The world by philosophers: Hume and the science

Polish version

182- World by philosophers: Hume and science I Frame Hume presents situation  II Frame Inscription: How it is supposed to be Scientist among measuring instruments takes notes Scientist: TO SUM UP OUTCOMES OF 350 EXPERIMENTS. I SHOULD ASSUME THAT GRAVITATION ACCELERATION IS DEFINED AS 10 METERS PER S2  III Frame Inscription: How it is by Hume Scientist: TO SUM UP OUTCOMES OF 350 ROLLS OF DICES. I SHOULD ASSUME THAT GRAVITATION ACCELERATION IS DEFINED AS 10 METERS PER S2  Starring: David Hume, Scientist

Starring: David Hume, Scientist


Hume says that we shouldn’t believe in science too much.

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Daimon

Frame 1 Socrates is looking at a piece of cheese Voice: SOCRATES, IT’S FORBIDDEN Socrates: WHO IS IT? Voice: IT’S ME, YOUR DAIMON  Frame 2 Socrates is eating cheese anyway. Although he tries to hide himself  Frame 3 There is huge inscription, like in horror movie, “IT’S FORBIDDEN”. Socrates is running away from the inscription, he’s terribly scared. Socrates: AAA!
Starring: Socrates


It’s always better to listen to your Daimon.