History of Philosophy / LESSON 40
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David Hume: Causality, the Problem of Induction, and the Subjectivity of Ethics

Hume famously argued that we have no rational grounds for our belief in cause and effect, the method of induction or the objectivity of moral judgments. Leonard Peikoff explains and responds to Hume’s arguments, offering an Objectivist perspective on the issues with which Hume was grappling.

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Leonard Peikoff
Leonard Peikoff

Ayn Rand’s foremost student and today’s leading expert on Objectivism.

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