"Our ideas in experience: Hume's examples in ' of scepticism with regard to the senses'"

The examples Hume relies on in _Treatise_ I.iv.2 raise questions about the role of contrariety in experience as it affects belief in the objects of perception.
Keywords David Hume  Skepticism  Perception  Treatise of Human Nature  Contrariety
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DOI 10.1080/0960878042000253105
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