Similarly, if rationalists claim that our knowledge in morals is knowledge of an objective form of obligation, they owe us an account of how objective values are part of a world of apparently valueless facts.
John Locke is known as a theorist of more traditional philosophical questions, such as how the mind works, how we acquire knowledge and what knowledge is.
In particular, some forms of phenomenalism reduce talk about physical objects in the external world to talk about bundles of sense-data.
The first one is called Empiricism, and it was made famous by a philosopher named David Hume.
Christian miracles support the Christian plan of salvation.
How does He grant it? First, he argues, people in fact do not universally hold to these ideas, contrary to what defenders of innate ideas typically claim.