Hume and Kant Positions Review
1. For Hume, what are the two kinds of statements that are the only legitimate possible objects of human knowledge? Can you think of examples of widely held beliefs that don’t fit into these two categories? Would you agree with Hume that the belief you used as an example is actually a nonsensical belief to have
2. CRITIQUE OF PURE REASON: What do you think of Kant’s claim that space and time are not properties of things in themselves, but only of things as they appear to us? In particular, how (if at all) is Kant’s position different from the skepticism of Meditation I? Is Kant’s view reasonable, in your view, and why/why not?