God as the ultimate Cause of our ideas essay

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  1. Please construct grammatical, cohesive, and carefully worded sentences in response to the question below.
  2. Be sure not to quote the text. Instead, make references to the relevant sentences or passages you will discuss.
  3. Do not paraphrase or quote outside sources.* If you consult any, it is important that you work through them, just as you work through the primary source material. *This does not mean that you should simply use another's work as your own, as that is plagiarism. Instead, rather than paraphrase or quote a secondary source, which you then explain, you must focus your efforts on recapitulating, expositing, and explicating ideas and arguments in your own words.
  4. Write your essay in a Word or similar program, and save it as a backup.
  5. Copy and paste your essay into the space provided. Be sure your copy and paste preserves formatting, e.g. paragraph breaks.
  6. Your essay should be no shorter than 500 words, and no longer than 750.

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RebeccaOvadia
School: University of Virginia

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Three natural relations cause effect as per Hume. They include resemblance, cause and
contiguity and impact. Hume claims that causation is the most prevalent. However, cause and
effect are the same philosophical relation while as similarity has no connecting principle instead
of being artificially juxtaposed within one`s minds. According to Heme, causation is held to be
the cement of the universe. In other words, causation explains that every event has a significant
cause (Bhaskar 281). The article will thus explore how Hume’s account of causation apply to
Berkeley’s conclusion ...

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