Two essays on Hume's 'Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion'. From the set texts module of Part 1A of the Philosophy Tripos at Cambridge.
1) What uses does the argument from design make of the notion of similarity? What difficulties arise as a result? (about 3,200 words)2) We know what Philo, Cleanthes and Demea think. What do you think Hume thought? (about 3,300 words)
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