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1. General Term: Hume, David (1711-76)
Hume, David (1711-76) Scottish historian and sceptical philosopher particularly known for his attacks on the soundness of believing in miracles. Related Topics: Philosophy Contributed by: Dr. Christopher
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2. Science and Suffering Topic: Can we Play God? - David Perry
years ago by the philosopher David Hume . “Hume pointed out that if we violate God’s sovereignty whenever we intentionally take human life, then logically we must also violate God’s sovereignty whenever we prolong human life beyond
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3. God, Humanity and the Cosmos Topic: The Question of Miracle
The 18th-Century philosopher David Hume ’s famous attack on miracle can be summarised as follows: A miracle is a violation of the laws of nature. We have uniform experience that the laws of nature are never violated. Therefore,
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4. God, Humanity and the Cosmos Topic: Natural Theology vs Theology of Nature
of a devastating attack by David Hume (1711-76), who pointed out for example that our experience of the world does not rule out its order having arisen by chance, or indeed there being not one but many designers. Arguments for the existence
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5. Physics Topic: The Anthropic Principle and Creation Theology
of religion such as David Hume and apply to the ‘intelligent design’ arguments others are seeking to construct in the context of biological evolution. For example, it clearly begs the question whether the `Designer' one gets is
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6. Physics Topic: The Theology of Providence
as an impersonal mechanism. David Hume challenged the arguments for God as first cause and as designer. In response, Immanuel Kant constructed a new metaphysical system in which religion lies not in our knowing (the activity of pure reason) but
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