1 Does Hume think that moral knowledge can be established
1. Does Hume think that moral knowledge can be established with certainty?
2. How does Hume employ the fact of animal incest to advance his argument that morality does not consist merely of “matters of fact” and that morality is not merely an “object of reason?”
3. Why does Hume think that the wrongness of murder is not in the act itself?
4. Explain Hume’s idea that morality is a matter of feelings and sentiments.
5. Why does Hume have a problem with deducing an “ought” from an “is?”

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