Themes In Hume
1. David Hume: An Appreciation
2. Hume On Personal Identity
3. Hume’s Theory Of The Self Revisited
4. Self-identity And Self-regard
5. The Self Of Book I And The Selves Of Book II
6. Hume, Identity And Selfhood
7. Hume’s Moral Psychology
8. Hume And The Freedom Of The Will
9. Hume’s Scepticism And The Dialogues
10. Natural Belief And Religious Belief In Hume’s Philosophy
11. Religion In The Enquiry And After
12. Butler And Hume
13. Human Nature And Truth: Hume And Pascal
Terence Penelhum has since the 1950s been a leading contributor to studies of the thought of David Hume; he now presents a selection of the best of his essays on Hume, most of them quite recent, three of them not published elsewhere. The central themes of the book are selfhood, the will, and religious belief. Penelhum’s view of Hume will be fascinating for all who work on these themes, whether from an eighteenth-century or a twentieth-century perspective.
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SKU (ISBN): 9780199266357
Binding: Trade Paper
Published: January 2004
Publisher: Oxford University Press
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