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|Named Person:||David Hume; David Hume; David Hume|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
David Hume; G P Morice; University of Edinburgh.; University of Edinburgh. Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities.
|Notes:||Papers presented at a conference sponsored by the University of Edinburgh, in conjunction with its Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities, Aug. 9-14, 1976.
English or French.
|Description:||232 p. ; 23 cm.|
|Contents:||Mossner, E. C. Hume and the legacy of the dialogues.--Raphael, D. D. 'The true old Humean philosophy' and its influence on Adam Smith.--Forbes, D. Hume's science of politics.--Árdal, P. S. Convention and value.--Davie, G. Edmund Husserl and 'the as yet, in its most important respect, unrecognised greatness of Hume.'--Passmore, J. A. Hume and the ethics of belief.--Berlin, I. Hume and the sources of German anti-rationalism.--Brandt, R. The beginnings of Hume's philosophy.--Gawlick, G. Hume and the Deists: a reconsideration.--Demé, N. La méthode newtonienne et les lois empiriques de l'anthropologie dans Traité II.--Khamara, E. J., Macnabb, D. G. C. Hume and his predecessors on the causal maxim.--Robison, W. L. Hume's causal scepticism.--Bricke, J. Hume on self-identity, memory and causality.--Davis, J. W. Hume on qualitative content.--Van Steenburgh, E. W. Durationless moments in Hume's Treatise.--Cannon, R. W. The textual and philosophical significance of Hume's MS alterations to treatise III.--Britt|
|Responsibility:||edited by G.P. Morice.|