David Hume: an introduction to his philosophical system

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Purdue University Press, 1992 - Philosophy - 218 pages
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This volume provides a general account of the philosophy of David Hume in a way that shows that he is, contrary to common belief, a highly systematic thinker whose thought and personality are closely related. it is also designed to assist the reader to make the most informed use of the rich resources of contemporary Hume scholarship.

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