Analyze Hume’s statement and relate it with the works of George Berkeley

Analyze Hume’s statement and relate it with the works of George Berkeley

Prompt 2: “I say then, that, even after we have experience of the operations of cause and effect, our conclusions from that experience are not founded on reasoning, or any process of the understanding” (Enquiry IV, section 2, p. 545). First explain why Hume says this. Then, employing the views of another philosopher we have read this semester, formulate a critical response to Hume’s claim. Finally, assess the response you have formulated. Is Hume correct that the beliefs under discussion here are not rationally justified?