A. There is a world of enduring objects existing independently of our ideas.
|B. The objects which we prephilosophically assume exist continuously independently of our ideas even when we are not perceiving them in fact have an intermittent existence only.|
|C. We have no reason for believing that there is a world of enduring objects existing independently of our ideas.||D. We have no reason for doubting the existence of the external world.|
C is best.
B: Hume says that somehow we have to explain on what basis we believe there are enduring objects when our experience of any putative enduring object is intermittent.
D: Hume thinks we do.
A: Hume thinks we don't have any such reason.