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|Named Person:||David Hume; David Hume|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Donald C Ainslie
|Contents:||Introduction ; 1. Total Scepticism and the Challenge to Reason ; 2. The Phenomenology of Sensory Experience ; 3. Coherence, Constancy, and the Belief in Continuing Objects ; 4. Philosophical Reflections on Sensory Experience ; 5. Ancient Philosophy: Substances and Souls ; 6. Modern Philosophy: Persons and Perceptions ; 7. True Scepticism ; 8. Second Thoughts ; Bibliography|
|Responsibility:||Donald C. Ainslie.|
this is one of the very most thought-provoking books yet written on Hume. It challenges many conventional assumptions about Hume, and gives him a new look. It is a look so different from what one is