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The principal concern of this study is to determine the underpinning principle of Hume's philosophy, to explain Hume's peculiar conception of sense perceptions and then demonstrate the role sense perceptions (i.e.sense experience) play in the domain of the acquisition of probable knowledge, and, more importantly, to clarify why in the final analysis Hume concluded that even absolute certainty ultimately rests on fallible sense perceptions. The study eventually discovers that Hume's peculiar understanding of sense perceptions as well as the mind has been responsible for the distortions of his philosophy. Upon his strange understanding of our experiences and the nature of the human mind, lies what is universally nicknamed Humean skepticism and the bankruptcy of British empiricism. Yet, Hume's intention was to alert mankind about the danger of over-estimating the abilities of the mind in acquiring absolute certainty, particularly since for him this mental faculty is nothing but a bundle of sensations or sense perceptions.