An Inquiry concerning human understanding: with a supplement, An abstract of a treatise of human nature
The Clarendon Hume includes all of Hume's works except The History of England and minor historical writings. This scholarly edition-the first critical edition of Hume's works-provides for each text a historical introduction, a statement of editorial policies and principles, historically oriented annotations, extensive bibliography, and a comprehensive index. Book jacket.
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Abstract absurdity actions appear argument arise authority belief billiard ball body cause and effect cerning circumstances common conceive conclusion conduct conjoined consequence consider constant conjunction contrary course of nature curious David Hume demonstration derived determined discover doctrine doubt edition ence endeavor entirely epic poetry Epicurus Essays evidence examine existence experience external feeling follow force give human nature human testimony Hume's idea imagination immediately impossible infer infinite divisibility Inquiry instance James Beattie Jansenist kind liberty Malebranche mankind manner matter of fact means ment mind miracle Montesquieu Moral and Political motion necessity never Norman Kemp Smith objects observation operations opinion Paphlagonia particular passions perceptions philos philosophers PHILOSOPHICAL SKEPTICISM present pretend principles produce proof proposition prove question reasonings concerning regard relation religion render Section seems senses sensible qualities sentiment skeptical species supposed supposition thought tion Treatise of Human uniform whole