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Papers On More Philosophers & Philosophies
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Locke & Hume On “The Truth Of Knowledge” : An 11 page
research essay investigating the "truth of knowledge" according
to John Locke and David Hume. Locke and Hume, both
empiricists believed ideas come from experiences but Hume
wanted to prove that knowledge could be investigated through
scientific methods along the lines of Newton. The writer argues
that Locke's theories make more sense in terms of how
knowledge is gained. Extensive bibliography is included.

Locke, Berkeley, & Hume / Material Substance : A 5 page
paper discussing the varying views of Hume, Locke, and
Berkeley in relationship to the concept of material substance.
All three of these philosophers were theorists of knowledge but
each also had a slightly different opinion in regards to the issue
of material matter. Also discussed is the validity of their
reasoning, which is actually quite valid in its context.
Bibliography lists 4 sources. Lbhmat.wps

Locke & Machiavelli / Politics and the Interests of Man :
Machiavelli and Locke both considered the nature of
government and man’s individual interests as they relate to
governmental structures. Machievelli’s idea of fortune and
Locke’s “state of nature” concept both shaped the theorists
arguments about the purpose of political life. It has been
posited that for Machiavelli, politics is an unpredictable arena
in which ambition, deception and violence render the idea of
the common good meaningless, while Locke would argue that
political or civil society exists only to preserve the rights of the
individual. It can be argued that for both Machiavelli and
Lock, political activity, then, becomes merely a means of
satisfying selfish ends. This 8 page paper considers the nature
of this argument, reflects upon the elements presented in
Machiavelli’s Prince and Locke’s Social Contract, and
evaluates their importance for understanding the underpinnings
of government. No additional sources cited. Lockmach.wps

Locke And Arendt On Toleration : A 4 research paper which
examines Hannah Arendt's The Human Condition and John
Locke's A Letter Concerning Toleration. The writer argues
that the roots of Arendt's philosophy goes back to Locke as the
differences between their points of view are discussed.
Bibliography lists 7 sources. Lock9.wps

David Hume on Causality : A 5 page paper that describes
Hume's argument against causality and argues that Hume's
contentions as to the limited nature of causality are unfounded.
Hume argues that existing knowledge, created from the
habitual activities of man, is the only way to perceive an object.
Kant, among other philosophers, have disagreed with Hume's
belief, noting that objects are based within the context of other
objects and causality is a necessary and reasonable assertion.
Two primary sources cited. Hume.wps

David Hume 's Attack On Cause & Effect : An 8 page paper
that considers Hume's arguments against the philosophical
premise of causality supported by other philosophers like
Emmanuel Kant. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Humecau.wps

David Hume's Attack On Principles Of Cause & Effect #2 :
An 8 page paper that provides an overview of Hume's beliefs
regarding cause and effect as presented in his Enquiry
Concerning Human Understanding. Bibliography lists 6
sources. Humeenq.wps

David Hume’s “Enquiry Concerning The Principles Of
Morals” :
A 5 page paper discussing David Hume’s “Enquiry
Concerning the Principle of Morals” published in 1751.
Hume’s theory on the origins of morality and moral
distinctions is discussed, as well as arguments against the
reduction of all moral feeling of self-interest. No additional
sources cited. Humempw.wps

Science and Religion / Can They Co-Exist ? : A 10 page
research paper exploring the title question. Two primary
questions are discussed: Can science and religion co-exist; and
Are space, time and matter on in the same thing? The writer
offers two theses. First, science and religion not only can
co-exist, they must co-exist. Evidence for this is drawn from a
number of philosophers and scientists including Descartes and
Wertheim. The second thesis is that space, time and matter are
three separate substances with evidence drawn from Descartes,
the Deists, and Berkeley. Other philosophers and scientists are
also briefly discussed in this paper. Bibliography included.

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