Socrates- "Apology: by Plato, Bertrand Russell "The Value of Philosophy (complete) , Anselm "Proslogion and Exchange with Gaunilo" (selection), Thomas Aquinas "Treatise on GOd" (selection), David Hume "Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion" (selection).
1. Biographical Facts of Philosopher
2. The Philosopher’s Contribution to Philosophy (what do you see being the result of this philosopher’s work, as seen in these provided excerpts?)
3. The Objections/Accusations Addressed by the Philosopher in this Writing
4. What is the Philosopher Aiming to Prove?
5. Key Replies of the Philosopher to Objections/Accusations Made
6. Key Arguments of the Philosopher in this Reading
7. Are the Philosopher’s Arguments Valid?
These solutions may offer step-by-step problem-solving explanations or good writing examples that include modern styles of formatting and construction of bibliographies out of text citations and references. Students may use these solutions for personal skill-building and practice. Unethical use is strictly forbidden.David Hume was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, in 1711. His mother, raising him and his siblings alone after his father died when he was two, and seeing in Hume ability far beyond the norm, sent him—at the age of 12—to Edinburgh University alongside his elder brother. Through the course of his studies and soon after, he became singularly occupied with the corpus of philosophical thought that would become his Treatise of Human Nature – the first parts of which were published in 1739. Despite varying levels of publishing success, and in the face of near-constant suspicion...
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