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Lecture 7, Reliability of Sense Perception:

This message takes a look at the critical analysis of causality that was offered by the eighteenth century Scot’s philosopher, David Hume. Under his analysis, he said this: that what we observe when we see things happening around us are what he calls relationships that are customary—customary relationships. In “Reliability of Sense Perception”, we find that you must admit that your senses do not have a perfect perception of reality and therefore must admit the truth that nothing can move in this world apart from the power of God.