Answer one question from Part I, and answer the question in Part II. Part I. 1. According to Hume, on what do we base our claims of cause and effect relationships? What is Hume’s account of causality? Do you think Hume’s sceptical views are justified? Why or why not? What problems might Hume’s analysis pose for the controversies surrounding the global warming debate? Part II. 4. What is human nature like? Compare and contrast the different views of human nature in two of the philosophers we have studied this semester (Socrates, Plato, Augustine, Descartes, and Hume). (Things to consider include: the nature of the soul, whether we are inherently good or evil, the issue of free will, the nature of motivation, etc.). Which view is most convincing? Least convincing? Explain.