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The human mind is a very intricate machine There have been many people that have attempted and failed to explain how the human mind operates After reading Hume I was in agreement with a lot of what he was explaining Hume in my mind has come the closest to uncovering the minds operations Robert Hume dealt with a lot of what Decarte talked about in his writings The difference between Decarte and Hume is that Hume ironed out a lot of the wrinkles that Decarte left behind One in particular was that of doubting everything Hume believed that you could doubt some things but it was impossible to doubt everything I completely agree with Hume Doubting everything would never lead anywhere The human mind can not just wipe out all its known memory and start over The mind is always on Decarte used his beliefs to prove his own theories He cheated his own system Another thing Hume did was throw the Law of Mediocrity out the window He is saying basically that everyday life can change tomorrow The sun may not come up in the morning a pool ball being hit by another may not move I still believe the sun will come up tomorrow but I see what Hume is trying to get at Everything that is thought to be definite can change There is no proven facts that say the sun will come up tomorrow we just assume it will In Humes writing assumption is a dangerous word Assumption is made up of what you believe and what you dont I can believe light will turn on when I hit the switch but I can not rule out the fact that it will not turn on It is probable that the light will turn on but not definite Hume says probabilities are what the mind is consuming during everyday life Science give the facts because it
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