The Book 3 Of Of Morals By David Hume

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In the Book III. Of Morals by David Hume, believes that reason cannot be a motivator for moral actions. He believes and elaborates the idea that his reasoning regarding morals all depends on the understanding and passions one may have towards subject. Everyone has a character/ and or beliefs which they can then make judgments based from their belief. Morals just have an influence action and how passionate the person is towards the idea. Morals have nothing to do with with reason. Someone can do whatever they feel like, they kill someone for no reason, just cause they feel like killing someone. Therefore the killer was just performing based his moral belief and how passionate/or how serious he was feeling towards the victim. "Since morals,
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