1)Provide an argument for the following claim, drawing on our discussion”: We cannot know anything about the external world – whether there are really tables, chairs, other people, or even whether there’s a world at all.”
(Hint: you are arguing for agnosticism about the external world, not atheism).
2)In your own words, explain the difference between a statement that is contingent and one that is necessary. Then give an example of each.
Note: This is a short answer, not an essay, so your explanation of the difference between contingent and necessary statements should only be 1-3 sentences (not including the examples).
3) Provide an argument for the following claim, and discussion: “There is no way to know whether other people besides you are conscious”