Do you think the Senses Can Account for All of Our Knowledge?

Do you think the Senses Can Account for All of Our Knowledge? Outline Hume’s objection to the use of inductive reasoning to secure knowledge about how things will be in the future. How does Hume’s objection here represent his empiricism, and his skepticism? Do you believe that Hume’s discussion of induction has any practical value? If so, what is it? If not, why do you think that it is considered an important part of epistemology?Grading CriteraPointsPossiblePointsEarnedFully Developed IntroductionIntroduce topicProvide thesis5Outline of Hume’s objection to the use of inductive reasoning to secure knowledge about the future15Discussion of how Hume’s objection reflect his empiricism and skepticism15Explanation of Hume’s discussion of induction and if it has practical value5ConclusionSummarizes viewsProvides closure to the thesis5MLA or APA FormattingTitle pageReference PageIn-text citationsCorrect spacing and margins