Hume’s Fork

23 Sep, 2021 at 16:59 | Posted in Theory of Science & Methodology | 1 Comment


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  1. Hume was right, Kant was wrong.
    Kant’s first mistake was when he said: “it was the objection of David Hume that first, many years ago, interrupted my dogmatic slumber.” What Kant didn’t realize was that he was not arguing against Hume, he was actually arguing against the Sufi Al-Ghazali who had written much earlier in the 11th century that causality does not and cannot exist. Unlike Al-Ghazali, Hume could not back up his arguments.
    Al-Ghazali had already destroyed the philosopher’s arguments with his book titled: “Tahāfut al-Falāsifaʰ” (The Incoherence Of The Philosophers).

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