In a world of pure imagination
Take a look and you'll see
Into your imagination
It is especially ironic that people who think of themselves as staunchly objective, guided by rational argument grounded in the hard earth of observable reality, should regard Hume as a hero. For Hume’s philosophy destroys reason and experience alike, effectively reducing both to the entirely subjective arena of imagination. Hume’s is a realm of unreality -- he is Willy Wonka without the chocolate, but only impressions and ideas of chocolate.
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