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Going Out the Window: A Comment on Tweyman

Going Out the Window: A Comment on Tweyman GOG OUT WDOW: A COMMENT ON TWEYMAN Wher your scepticm be as absolute scere as you pretend, we shall learn bye bye, when company breaks up: We shall n see, wher you go out at door or wdow; wher you really doubt; if your body has gravity, or can be jured by its fall; accordg to popular opion, derived from our fallacious senses more fallacious experience. My paper divided to two sections. first section I will summarize comment on Stanley 2 Tweyman' s paper second section present an alternative readg Parts X XI SECTION I h paper Tweyman claims that, although Philo's argument Parts I-IX Dialogues are Pyrrhonian, Parts X XI a major change strategy occurs which Pyrrhonian arguments are replaced by hypotico-deductive ones. Recent scholarship on Hume's Dialogues has revolved around two questions: (1) identification sources personages Dialogues (2) Hume's attitude toward religion. Tweyman I agree that Philo speaks for Hume. character Philo's challenge experimental m. Philo's methodological shift Parts X We differ on to Cleans' XI said to const h presentation scientific hyposes for appraal, contrast to alternative hyposes earlier Parts, where sceptical arguments are used to underme Cleans' position. I take it that scientific hyposes http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Hume Studies Hume Society

Going Out the Window: A Comment on Tweyman

Hume Studies , Volume 13 (1) – Jan 26, 1987

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GOG OUT WDOW: A COMMENT ON TWEYMAN Wher your scepticm be as absolute scere as you pretend, we shall learn bye bye, when company breaks up: We shall n see, wher you go out at door or wdow; wher you really doubt; if your body has gravity, or can be jured by its fall; accordg to popular opion, derived from our fallacious senses more fallacious experience. My paper divided to two sections. first section I will summarize comment on Stanley 2 Tweyman' s paper second section present an alternative readg Parts X XI SECTION I h paper Tweyman claims that, although Philo's argument Parts I-IX Dialogues are Pyrrhonian, Parts X XI a major change strategy occurs which Pyrrhonian arguments are replaced by hypotico-deductive ones. Recent scholarship on Hume's Dialogues has revolved around two questions: (1) identification sources personages Dialogues (2) Hume's attitude toward religion. Tweyman I agree that Philo speaks for Hume. character Philo's challenge experimental m. Philo's methodological shift Parts X We differ on to Cleans' XI said to const h presentation scientific hyposes for appraal, contrast to alternative hyposes earlier Parts, where sceptical arguments are used to underme Cleans' position. I take it that scientific hyposes

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Published: Jan 26, 1987

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