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For this assignment respond to the following with 150 words for each response for a total of 450 words . Please only bid if you have access to the book Velasquez, Manuel. Philosophy: A Text with Readings. Thirteenth Edition. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Cengage Learning, 2017.

Kant asserted that “All events must always have a cause” is an instance of “synthetic a priori” knowledge. Define the term “synthetic a priori” (pp. 385-395, 478-483) in the philosophy of Kant, and explain why Kant thought that our knowledge of causation is synthetic a priori knowledge. How does Kant’s argument refute Hume’s claim that causality is merely an unjustified habit of thought?


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