David Hume Causality Analysis
As for the substance, the existence and causality are fictional ideas; they are "Association of ideas" which obeys certain rules. Such as: the similarity, difference and contiguity. It 's a philosophy that lays the foundations of the skepticism.
The concept I was also target of attack by Hume on the concept of identity of the self or human spirit. Hume argued that the "I" was nothing more than a particular form of the substance; for him it was spiritual substance and as well as the material substance considered an aggregate of qualities without any basis in fact real or existing. He conceived the substance spiritual as an aggregate or succession of perceptions.
The human soul; Said, Not is more than a "parade of perceptions". The identity that is attributed to the human spirit is merely fictitious and the origin of this as extended error. It consists in seeing the self as an existing substance, homogeneous and immutable. Always equal to it, or as the memory and therefore. It turns out the memory as is the fallacy of human …show more content…
For example: love is a printing, other printing is pain. He remembers of that love or pain remains as an idea far or next but ultimately as an idea. The prints in it are it given, the last instance as an idea. The prints in itself are so given, the last reality. But the ideas are as copies or reproductions; these require a website to know of what prints are derived. When to an idea not is you can find, it print corresponding is the fiction and therefore this not contains reality any.
The ideas base of the thinking and of the reasoning. It is associated of so mechanical in the mind, using three instances: operations of similarity the extension in the time, in the space and in the principle of causality. Thus, the classical analysis of the theory of the knowledge of Hume is: his critique to the concept of causality and its criticism of the identity of the self, or the human spirit.
Led by this procedure, Hume is occupies of the problem metaphysical, discovering that certain things dyed as realities by Locke and Berkeley as the substance thinking (the I) and the substance infinite (Dios); Similar to the extensive; not exist because its ideas do not correspond to any