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  1. Essays V1: Moral, Political, And Literary (1898) by David Hume, 2010-05-23
  2. An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding, and Selections from a Treatise of Human Nature: With Hume's Autobiography and a Letter from Adam Smith (Classic Reprint) by David Hume, 2010-04-19
  3. Essays: Moral, Political, and Literary, Volume 2 by David Hume, Thomas Hill Green, et all 2010-01-10
  4. Hume's 'Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding': A Reader's Guide (Reader's Guides) by Alan Bailey, Dan O'Brien, 2006-12-24
  5. Essays, Moral, Political, and Literary : In Two Volumes by David Hume, 1912
  6. David Hume, Philosopher of Moral Science by Antony Flew, 1986-11
  7. Hume in 90 Minutes (Philosophers in 90 Minutes) by Paul Strathern, 2007-08-15
  8. David Hume and Eighteenth-Century America (Rochester Studies in Philosophy) by Mark G. Spencer, 2010-01-01
  9. David Hume's Political Theory: Law, Commerce and the Constitution of Government by Neil McArthur, 2007-09-15
  10. Hume: The Great Philosophers (The Great Philosophers Series) by A. Quinton, 1999-07
  11. History of England [6-Volume Set] by DAVID HUME, 1985-10-01
  12. Philosophical Melancholy and Delirium: Hume's Pathology of Philosophy by Donald W. Livingston, 1998-06-22
  13. Hume (Arguments of the Philosophers) by Barry Stroud, 1981-03-15
  14. David Hume's Political Economy (Rouledge Studies in the History of Economics)

81. Hume, David, 1711-1776: Free Web Books, Online
Biographical note. Philosopher and historian, second son of Joseph Hume, of Ninewells, Berwickshire, was born and educated in Edinburgh, and was intended for the law.
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David Hume, 1711-1776
Portrait painted by Allan Ramsey, 1766
Biographical note
Philosopher and historian, second son of Joseph Hume, of Ninewells, Berwickshire, was born and educated in Edinburgh, and was intended for the law. For this, however, he had no aptitude, and commercial pursuits into which he was initiated in a counting-house in Bristol proving equally uncongenial, he was permitted to follow out his literary bent, and in 1734 went to France, where he passed three years at Rheims and La Flèche in study, living on a small allowance made him by his father. In 1739 he published anonymously his Treatise on Human Nature , which attracted little attention. Having returned to Scotland, he wrote at Ninewells his Essays, Moral and Philosophical (1741–42). He now became desirous of finding some employment which would put him in a position of independence, and having been unsuccessful in his candidature for the Chair of Moral Philosophy in Edinburgh, he became in 1745 governor to the Marquis of Annandale, a nobleman whose state was little removed from insanity. Two years later he accepted the more congenial appointment of Judge–Advocate-General to General St. Clair on his expedition to Port L’Orient, and in 1748 accompanied him on a diplomatic mission to France, whence he passed on to Vienna and Turin. About the same time he produced his Philosophical Essays [1748], including the famous

82. David Hume
Bibliographie et extraits du philosophe anglais sur l histoire d Angleterre.
http://bcs.fltr.ucl.ac.be/ENC3/24.html
BCS BCS-BOR BCS-PUB MOTEUR DE RECHERCHE DANS LA BCS ... Introduction David Hume (1711-1776) Texte: The History of England from the Invasion of Julius Caesar to the Revolution in 1688 Histoire d'Angleterre, GIARRIZZO G., David Hume Politico e Storico , Turin, 1962. GOGARTEN H., David Hume als Geschichtsschreiber. Ein Beitrag zur englischen Historiographie des 18. Jahrhunderts , dans , 61, 1979, p.120-153. Histoire d'Angleterre, t.I, pp.31-32). Histoire d'Angleterre , t.2, pp.25-26). Histoire d'Angleterre , t.IV, pp.31-32) Jeanne d'Arc miraculeux et le merveilleux Histoire d'Angleterre, t.IV, pp.142-144). Histoire d'Angleterre , t.VI, p.99). Introduction BCS ... BCS-PUB

83. MEMO - Le Site De L'Histoire
Pr sentation historico-encyclop dique du philosophe anglais. Vie, pens e et bibliographie.
http://www.memo.fr/Dossier.asp?ID=414

84. De La D Licatesse De Go T Et De Passion
Traduction et commentaire de ce texte de Hume par Gilbert Boss.
http://www.gboss.ca/hume_del/david_hume.htm

85. David Hume "De La Délicatesse De Goût Et De Passion", Traduction Et Commentair
Traduction et commentaire de ce texte de Hume par Gilbert Boss.
http://www.gboss.ca/hume_del/index.htm
David Hume
De la délicatesse de goût et de passion
Traduction et commentaire de Gilbert Boss

86. Abrg Du Trait De La Nature Humaine. Hume
Traduction de ce texte de Hume par Philippe Folliot.
http://pagesperso-orange.fr/philotra/abrege.htm
DAVID HUME Abrg d'un livre rcemment publi, intitul : Trait de la nature humaine, etc. Dans lequel le principal argument de ce livre est plus amplement illustr et expliqu Londres Imprim pour C.Borbet, 1740 Traduction : Philippe Folliot, professeur de philosophie au lyce Ango de Dieppe Mme traduction sans parenthses Tlchargeable en doc, rtf, pdf aux Classiques des sciences sociales : http://www.uqac.uquebec.ca/zone30/Classiques_des_sciences_sociales/classiques/Hume_david/abrege_traite_nature_hum/abrege_traite_nature_hum.html Prface L'auteur doit se contenter d'attendre avec patience quelque temps avant que le monde savant ne s'accorde sur les opinions (sentiments) tenir sur cette ralisation. Le malheur est qu'il ne puisse pas lancer un appel au peuple qui, dans toutes les questions de raison commune et d'loquence, se rvle un tribunal infaillible. Il lui faut tre jug par le Petit nombre (by the Few), dont le verdict est plus susceptible d'tre corrompu par la partialit (partiality) et par les prjugs (and prejudice), surtout dans un domaine o, moins d'avoir souvent pens ces sujets, nul n'est un juge appropri (proper judge); et de tels juges sont enclins former par eux-mmes des systmes de leur cru (of their own) qu'ils sont rsolus ne pas abandonner. J'espre que l'auteur m'excusera de m'tre immisc dans cette affaire, puisque mon but n'tait que d'largir son audience en cartant quelques difficults qui ont empch de nombreux lecteurs de saisir ce qu'il voulait dire (his meaning).

87. David Hume
L autobiographie de David Hume.
http://pagesperso-orange.fr/philotra/ownlife.htm
David Hume
Ma vie Traduit de l'Anglais par Jean-Baptiste Antoine Suard Texte fidle l'exemplaire de la Bibliothque Nationale de France. Orthographe et ponctuation modernises par Philippe Folliot. Organisation en paragraphes fidle l'dition anglaise. Suivi de Lettre de M. Adam Smith M.G. Strahan du 09 novembre 1776 Suivi du texte anglais. My Own life Traduction sans notes Traduction avec notes Lettre d'Adam smith Texte anglais Tlchargeable aux Classiques des sciences sociales de JM. Tremblay : http://www.uqac.uquebec.ca/zone30/Classiques_des_sciences_sociales/classiques/Hume_david/ma_vie/ma_vie.html Ma vie Traduit de l'Anglais par Jean-Baptiste Antoine Suard Traduction sans notes
Sommaire
Avertissement de l'diteur anglais M. Hume crivit, quelques mois avant sa mort, le prcis de sa vie qu'on va lire, et, dans un codicille joint son testament, il demande que ce morceau soit imprim la tte de la premire dition qu'on fera de ses oeuvres. Comme cette dition ne peut tre publie de longtemps, l'diteur, voulant favoriser les acqureurs des prcdentes ditions, et satisfaire en mme temps la curiosit du public, a jug convenable de publier part ce prcis, sans en changer mme le titre, qui est crit de la main de M. Hume, sur l'enveloppe du manuscrit. Ma vie Il est difficile de parler de soi longtemps sans vanit. Je serai donc court. On pourra cependant regarder comme un trait de vanit la fantaisie que j'ai d'crire ma vie; mais ce rcit ne contiendra gure que l'histoire de mes crits; et en effet, presque toute ma vie s'est consume en occupations et en travaux littraires. D'ailleurs, le genre de succs qu'ont eu d'abord la plupart de mes ouvrages n'est pas fait pour tre un sujet de vanit.

88. Nimetön1
Yksi Humen estetiikkaesseist . K nt nyt Marko Ruponen.
http://www.netn.fi/297/netn_297_hume.html
David Hume
David Hume, Essays Moral, Political, and Literary, vol. 1, 1779. passion herkkyydelle
maun herkkyys saavuttaa saavuteta
Ingenuas didicisse fideliter artes,
Emollit mores, nec sinit esse feros.
Ensiksikin Toiseksi Suomentanut Marko Ruponen
Viitteet
2. [Tässä "taidokkaita" on käännös sanasta "genius", joka nykysuomessa käännetään neroksi tai nerokkuudeksi. Humen aikaan ja vähän hänen jälkeensä käsite kävi läpi murrosvaihetta, ja vasta myöhemmin nerouden nykymerkitys alkoi nousta esiin, kulminoituen romantiikassa. Hume käyttää muissa kirjoituksissaan yleisen tavan mukaisesti sanaa "genius" tarkoittamaan myös "taipumusta" tai esimerkiksi ajan "henkeä" ("The barbarous and violent genius of the age"), seuraten sanan latinankielistä alkuperää (genus=henki, -olento, suojelus- jne.).
"Taitojen ja taiteiden" on käännös sanasta "arts". Vielä nykyäänkin "art" tarkoittaa sekä "taitoa" että "taidetta", mutta Humen aikana erityisesti ensinmainittu merkitys painottui. Myöskään myöhemmin esseessä ilmenevät käsitteet "vapaat taiteet" ja "sivistyneet taiteet" eli "the liberal arts" ja "the polite arts" eivät viittaa niinkään taiteisiin vaan enemmänkin erilaisiin henkisiin taitoihin.]

89. David Hume – Wikipedia
Tietosanakirjaesitys Humen el m st ja filosofisista ideoista.
http://fi.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Hume
David Hume
Wikipedia Loikkaa: valikkoon hakuun David Hume Länsimainen filosofia
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Maalaus David Humesta (Allan Ramsey, 1766) Syntynyt 26. huhtikuuta Edinburgh Skotlanti Kuollut 25. elokuuta (65 vuotiaana), Edinburgh, Skotlanti Koulukunta Skotlantilainen valistus naturalismi skeptisismi empirismi ... klassinen liberalismi Vaikutusalueet tietoteoria metafysiikka mielenfilosofia etiikka ... klassinen taloustiede Tunnetut työt kimpputeoria Humen giljotiini David Hume 26. huhtikuuta 25. elokuuta ) oli skotlantilainen filosofi ekonomisti ja historioitsija , joka tunnetaan parhaiten tietoteoreettisen empirismin kehittäjänä sekä Adam Smithin ja Thomas Reidin ohella valistusaatteen tärkeimpinä hahmoina Skotlannissa Humea ennen empirismin perinteen tärkeimpinä vaikuttajina olivat John Locke ja George Berkeley . Hume sai vaikutteita heiltä, samoin kuin monilta muilta englantilaisilta ajattelijoilta kuten Isaac Newtonilta Samuel Clarkelta Francis Hutchesonilta ja Joseph Butlerilta sekä ranskalaisilta ajattelijoilta kuten Pierre Baylelta . Filosofiassaan Hume päätyi tyrmäämään jopa ajatuksen kausaliteetista eli syy-seuraus-suhteesta. Hänen mukaansa kausaliteettia ei ole todellisuudessa olemassa, vaan ihmisellä on ainoastaan tottumusta siitä, että kaksi tai useampi ilmiö tapahtuu yleensä tietyssä järjestyksessä. Kausaliteetti on siis pelkästään ihmisen mielen luomus.

90. Empirisme. Hume
Antecedents de l empirisme (Occam, Bacon i Hobbes) i fil sofs empiristes.
http://alcoberro.info/planes/empirisme.htm
Histria de la filosofia grega Montaigne Maquiavel Galileu ... Dossier Selectivitat Empirisme. Hume Torna a la plana principal Tria autor/tema Maquiavel Montaigne Galileu Descartes Ignasi Hobbes Pascal Empirisme (Hume) Mandeville Montesquiu Voltaire Rousseau La Mettrie Sade Kant Fichte Hegel Kierkegaard Feuerbach Stirner Marx Utilitarisme (Mill) Schopenhauer Nietzsche Freud Weber Durkheim Jaspers Russell Ayer Wittgenstein Popper Heidegger Hannah Arendt Patocka Benjamin Rougemont Mounier Korzack Jonas Weil Ellul Sartre Morin Foucault John Rawls Habermas Lorenz Peter Singer Edward O.Wilson Macintyre Zadeh Sloterdijk Fukuyama Pogge Utopies Anarquisme Liberalisme Conservadorisme Totalitarisme Republicanisme Contra el relativisme Neuroetica Ecologia humana i Antropologia Bentham Guerra Justa Spinoza Vattimo Ateisme Cristianisme Teoria del coneixement Dossier Selectivitat Envia un email a l'autor

91. University Of South Carolina Libraries - Rare Books And Special Collections
Brief description of the University of South Carolina s James Willard Oliver Collection of early editions of Hume s works. Also includes background about Hume s life and thought.
http://www.sc.edu/library/spcoll/sccoll/hume.html
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      The James Willard Oliver David Hume Collection
      David Hume, portrait by Allan Ramsay ("the Younger"), 1754 This collection includes both early editions of works by the Scottish philosopher David Hume (1711-1776), and extensive holdings of scholarship about his life and thought. The items below have been chosen to indicate the range of older material in the Oliver Collection, but represent only a small portion of its total holdings. Individual titles are cataloged in the library's on-line catalogue USCAN. The collection was formed by Prof. James Willard Oliver (1912-2001). Prof. Oliver (Ph.D. Harvard 1949) taught at the University of Florida and at the University of Southern California before moving to the University of South Carolina in 1964, as Professor and first Head of the new Department of Philosophy. Through Professor Oliver's generosity, his Hume collection was transferred to the University in 1997. In the following years, Prof. Oliver also transferred his substantial collections of works by and about Bertrand Russell (1872-1970) and of modern American logic, notably the logic of of W. V. Quine (1908-2000), with whom Prof. Oliver had worked at Harvard.

92. Fieser S Comment On William Davis On Hume And Reid
Text of James Fieser s Comment on William C. Davis s Hume and Reid on the Possibility of a Relational Moral Ontology .
http://www.utm.edu/staff/jfieser/vita/research/davis.htm
COMMENT ON WILLIAM C. DAVIS'S "HUME AND REID ON THE POSSIBILITY OF A RELATIONAL MORAL ONTOLOGY" APA Central Division Annual Meeting, 1993. James Fieser Professor Davis has presented an excellent interpretation of Hume's critique of moral relations and Reid's defense of a foundational moral relation between an agent and his action. According to Professor Davis, Reid proposes a moral relation which not only is a plausible account of moral judgment, but also circumvents Hume's key arguments against moral relations. My task is to show the inadequacies of Reid's account and defend Hume's assessment of moral relations. The distinction between the moral agent and moral spectator is key to understanding Hume's account of morality and his rejection of moral relations. The moral agent is the person who performs an action (such as stealing a car), and the moral spectator is the person who approves or disapproves of the agent's action. The spectator can be either a third-party observer of an action, or a first-party participant in an action. For example, I am a third -party spectator when I disapprove of Smith stealing Jones's car. By contrast, Smith, who is the agent of the action, can also be a

93. David Hume On Cause And Effect
An essay exploring the origin of David Hume s experience of the disjuncture between cause and effect in his An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding .
http://www.theophoretos.hostmatrix.org/hume.htm
Scientific Enlightenment, Div. One
Book 3: The Constitution of Modern Western Philosophy
Chapter 1: The Constitution of Analytic Philosophy Through the Differentiation of Consciousness: The Example of David Hume
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The original version of this paper was written in 1995.

It is the differentiation of consciousness which has caused the degeneration of (traditional) philosophy into analytic philosophy of the English-speaking world. Here well try to understand how the English philosophic tradition, from which this analytic philosophy issues forth, may have been constituted by the differentiation of consciousness by considering the particular example of David Humes An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding specifically of Humes insight concerning the disjunction between cause and effect. Humes experience of the disjunction between cause and effect, it shall be shown here, was the result and the expression of the differentiation of time, of linear (i.e. differentiated) time, whose ends were at the time finally disentangled once and for all from one another in the (western) European experience or consciousness; i.e. disentangled out of compact or undifferentiated circularity, that undifferentiation or circularity of time which had not allowed in the temporal experience of those predating Modernity (Enlightenment) the formation of a problem (gap) between cause and effect, between past and future The Genealogy of Humes Experience of the Disjunction between Cause and Effect (sect. 4 of the

94. Marina Frasca-Spada, P. J. E. Kail (eds.) - Impressions Of Hume - Reviewed By Do
Donald C. Ainslie reviews this collection of essays edited by Marina Frasca-Spada and P. J. E. Kail.
http://ndpr.nd.edu/review.cfm?id=6381

95. David Hume: Selected Works
Four essays from Hume s 1748 Essays, Moral and Political in HTML and text formats.
http://www.constitution.org/dh/hume.htm
Selected Essays
David Hume
David Hume (1711-1776) was a Scottish philosopher noted for his skepticism. But he also wrote a number of essays which had a significant influence on the evolution of constitutional government. The following are from a collection, Essays, Moral and Political , first published in 1748, and republished in 1777.
  • Portrait Title page Section page On the Liberty of the Press That politics may be reduced to a Science Of the First Principles of Government Of the Origin of Government Of the Independency of Parliament Whether the British Government Inclines More to Absolute Monarchy, or to a Republic Of Parties in General Of the Parties of Great Britain Of Superstition and Enthusiasm Of the Dignity or Meanness of Human Nature Of Civil Liberty Of the Original Contract Idea of a Perfect Commonwealth
Treatises
  • Treatise of Human Nature (Books I and II 1739, Book III 1740) An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding An Enquiry Concerning the Principles of Morals Political Discourses The History of England, From the Invasion of Julius Caesar to The Revolution in 1688 (Six volumes 1754-1762) Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion (written 1750, published 1779)

96. Hume: An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding
Full text. Includes short biography and comments by Husserl on Hume.
http://www.marxists.org/reference/subject/philosophy/works/en/hume.htm
David Hume (1772)
An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding
Source An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding (1772). Hackett Publ Co. 1993; Chapter on Cause and Effect.
Cause and Effect
Part I
All the objects of human reason or enquiry may naturally be divided into two kinds, to wit, relations of ideas, and matters of fact. Of the first kind are the sciences of geometry, algebra, and arithmetic, and in short, every affirmation which is either intuitively or demonstratively certain. That the square of the hypotenuse is equal to the square of the two sides, is a proposition which expresses a relation between these figures. That three times five is equal to the half of thirty, expresses a relation between these numbers. Propositions of this kind are discoverable by the mere operation of thought, without dependence on what is anywhere existent in the universe. Though there never were a circle or triangle in nature, the truths demonstrated by Euclid would for ever retain their certainty and evidence. Matters of fact, which are the second objects of human reason, are not ascertained in the same manner; nor is our evidence of their truth, however great, of a like nature with the foregoing. The contrary of every matter of fact is still possible, because it can never imply a contradiction, and is conceived by the mind with the same facility and distinctness, as if ever so conformable to reality. That the sun will not rise tomorrow is no less intelligible a proposition, and implies no more contradiction, than the affirmation, that it will rise. We should in vain, therefore, attempt to demonstrate its falsehood. Were it demonstratively false, it would imply a contradiction, and could never be distinctly conceived by the mind.

97. David Hume - Australian Visual Artist
Abstract paintings influenced by the Australian outback. Also includes a selection of essays and reviews.
http://www.davidhume.net/
David Hume
David Hume is an Australian Visual Artist
new work 2010
earth + water
Work in progress based on travels to the north of South Australia
paris 2009
A departure - an exhibition of Parisian street photography with an abstract feel
Selected Exhibitions
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Journeys Over Land
November 2007
Woomera
May 2005
Overland
April 2002
Lake Argyle Paintings
September 2000
Beneath the Beyond 2
March 2000
Beneath the Beyond
September 1999
Coorong to Kimberley
July 1998
Andamooka
July 1997
Postcards From the Rock
July 1996
Visions of Venice
July 1995
David Hume is an Australian visual artist. Please send enquiries through the contact page The Material has been made available for general personal use only and is provided without any express or implied warranty as to its accuracy or currency.

98. Hume, David: Life And Writings [Internet Encyclopedia Of Philosophy]
Enormously influential 18th century Scottish philosopher. Author of Treatise of Human Nature (1739-1740).
http://www.iep.utm.edu/h/humelife.htm
Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Hume: Life and Writings
James Hutchison Stirling David Hume: Metaphysical and Epistemological Theories David Hume: Moral Theory David Hume: Writings on Religion , and David Hume: Essays, Moral, Political and Literary
Table of Contents
  • Life Main Controversies Posthumous Controversies
  • 1. Life
    David Hume was born in 1711 to a moderately wealthy family from Berwickshire Scotland, near Edinburgh. His background was politically Whiggish and religiously Calvinistic. As a child he faithfully attended the local Church of Scotland pastored by his uncle. Hume was educated by his widowed mother until he left for the University of Edinburgh at the age of eleven. His letters describe how as a young student he took religion seriously and obediently followed a list of moral guidelines taken from The Whole Duty of Man , a popular Calvinistic devotional. Leaving the University of Edinburgh at around age fifteen to pursue his education privately, he was encouraged to consider a career in law, but his interests turned to philosophy. During these years of private study he began raising serious questions about religion, as he recounts in the following letter: atheism Historical and Critical Dictionary . During these years of private study, some of which was in France, Hume composed his three-volume

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