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The concept of causality in Hume, Leibniz and Kant

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The concept of causality in Hume, Leibniz and Kant

Assume Leibniz, Kant and Hume were given the following claim: "Every event is determined by a cause according to constant laws". How would each of the three philosophers defend and explain this claim? Make sure to identify how each of their three philosophical systems differ, especially as regards to causation.

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