Hume was born in Edinburgh Scotland
hume was a philosopher, historian, economist, and essayist, who is best known today for his highly influential system of philosophical empiricism, skepticism, and naturalism.
Hume most recognized discovery was that all human knowledge was derived from experiences, and was learned, Hume said that general knowledge can be traced back to an object persevered in experiences, and that there was no higher power of knowledge, everything else was nothing but an illusion.
point one-introducing david humes idea
point two-how it relates with Frankenstein
point three, why merry shelly wanted to show humes theory, and why she showed it through a negative way rather than a positive.
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“there is no such thing as freedom of choice, unless there is freedom to refuse”-David Hume
In the Text “Frankenstein” Written by Merry Shelly we follow 6 main characters through a series of head on collisions of extremest ideas which result in severe repercussions. Through out all the twists and turns in the text, there always seems to be one underlying lesson which is followed by a sense of wisdom that is here to be learned, and this is the David Hume’s theory of empiricism. The
David Hume’s theory of empiricism exposed the true method, and idea of learning. Hume’s theory possed the idea that every piece of information that a person has learned can be traced back to one event in their life. When David Hume released this theory he basically defined the idea of learning. But in the 18th century most people believed that your knowledge was acquired at birth, and was