1) According to Hume, what are the two perceptions of the mind? What are the two objects of human reason? What is our reasoning regarding ?matters of fact? based on? Explain Hume?s argument for why beliefs based on inductive reasoning can?t be justified. What is Hume?s solution to this problem? Do you agree with him? Why, or why not?

2) What is the JTB account of knowledge? How do Gettier?s counter examples show that JTB is not an adequate account of knowledge? How is the Tracking Theory of Knowledge meant to account for knowledge in the face of Gettier?s cases against JTB? Do you agree that the Tracking Theory is an adequate account of knowledge? Why, or why not?

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1) According to Hume, what are the two perceptions of the mind? What are the two objects of human reason? What is our reasoning regarding ?matters of fact? based on? Explain Hume?s argument for why beliefs based on inductive reasoning can?t be justified. What is Hume?s solution to this problem? Do you agree with him? Why, or why not?

2) What is the JTB account of knowledge? How do Gettier?s counter examples show that JTB is not an adequate account of knowledge? How is the Tracking Theory of Knowledge meant to account for knowledge in the face of Gettier?s cases against JTB? Do you agree that the Tracking Theory is an adequate account of knowledge? Why, or why not?

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