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President John F. Kennedy's assassination
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PRESIDENT JOHN F. KENNEDY'S ASSASSINATION Name: Institution: President John F. Kennedy's assassination In Dallas, Texas, on the 22nd of November the year 1963, an undisputed fact happened, which was the assassination of the then president of the U.S John F.
While the Warren Commission determined that Lee Harvey Oswald assassinated President Kennedy, many alternative accounts have been proposed. This paper will examine at least two of the proposed accounts on President Kennedy’s assassination and further evaluate these accounts from the perspective of Hume (empiricism), Descartes (rationalism), and Kant (transcendental idealism). The two accounts that are examined in this paper are the findings of HSCA on the investigation of Kennedy’s assassination and the account of James Fetzer entitled “Assassination Science.” The account of HSCA stated that John Fitzgerald Kennedy being the 35th president of the U.S was shot dead on the November 22nd the year 1963 when riding in a motorcade in Dallas, Texas. According to its findings, Lee Harvey Oswald actually fired three gun shots at the then President John F. Kennedy. The 2nd and the 3rd shot that he fired struck the president and the 3rd shot was the one that killed the president. This account further stated that scientific acoustical proof recognized a high probability that more than one or two gunmen were involved at firing the gun shots at the president. The other scientific proof does not prevent the chances of two gunmen firing shots at the president. The scientific evidence thus negated some of the specific conspiracy allegations. ...
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