1. What is appealing about giving the senses a primary role in knowledge? What are the limitations of this approach?
2. What is appealing about giving reason a primary role in knowledge? What are the strengths and weaknesses of this approach?
3. Explain why cause and effect pose such a problem for Hume. Do you think causality would offer similar difficulties for any empiricist? Give reasons for your answer.
4. The doctrine of relativism states that all truth is relative, so that what s true for one may not be true for another. Why is the doctrine of relativism another form of skepticism? Explain in detail.
5. Citing your own experiences, set forth in detail three illustrative examples that demonstrate the faulty thinking of relativism