The disbelievers in miracles deny them rightly or wrongly because they have a doctrine against them humes argument is celebrated in skeptical circles as a knock down argument but its vastly overrated dont fall for it it presents a false choice between the laws of science and miracles and it is based on circular reasoning. Explain humes argument against miracles firstly we must begin with what hume defines miracles as hume states that a miracle is a transgression of a law of nature by a particular volition of the deity or by the interposition of some invisible agent. Hume laid out three arguments against miracles philosophical historical and religious the first argument is an argument in principle based on the incredibility of claiming natural laws are ever contravened. David hume 1711 1776 was an important figure in the scottish enlightenment he was a sceptic and is noted for his arguments against the cosmological and teleological arguments for the existence of god his article on miracles in chapter 10 of an enquiry concerning human understanding published in 1748 has also been highly influential
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