- Hume’s fork is the idea that for a belief to be justified it
must be either a(n) ______________________________ or a(n)
- ____________________ and ____________________ believed that
there were no substances.
- For Descartes, clear and distinct propositions were
- Empiricism is the philosophy that demands that all knowledge,
except for logical truths and principles of mathematics, comes from
- Knowledge can be defined as