In his An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding, Hume argues that one cannot have an idea or belief without an impression (sense experience/perception). Do you agree with this view? If not, can you demonstrate otherwise?

In his An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding, Hume argues that one cannot have an idea or belief without an impression (sense experience/perception). Do you agree with this view? If not, can you demonstrate otherwise? Please analyze the empiricist view that sense experience is the only source of knowledge. You must posit a position and give three substantial reasons as to why you hold to your particular view about empiricism. You must use at least two articles on this topic and to support your argument. Remember that you may utilize LIRN to help you search for resources. You can visit the Academic Resource Center for a guide on how to utilize LIRN successfully. These resources must be cited in APA format.

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