A Treatise of Human Nature: Being an Attempt to introduce the experimental Method of Reasoning into Moral Subjects
A Treatise of Human Nature, first published between 1739 and 1740, is a philosophical text by the Scottish philosopher David Hume. The work contains three books: "Of the Understanding", "Of the Passions" and "Of Morals". Written by Hume when he was 26, it is considered by many to be Hume's best work and one of the most important books in philosophy's history.
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Part III Of Knowledge and Probability
Part IV Of the Sceptical and Other Systems of Philosophy
BOOK II OF THE PASSIONS
Part II Of Love and Hatred
Part III Of the Will and Direct Passions
BOOK III OF MORALS
Part I Of Virtue and Vice in General
Part II Of Justice and Injustice
Part III Of the Other Virtues and Vices
Part I Of Pride and Humility
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