Marking the tercentenary of Hume's birth, Annette Baier has created an engaging guide to the philosophy of one of the greatest thinkers of Enlightenment Britain. Drawing on a lifetime of scholarship and incisive commentary, she finds in Hume’s personal experiences new ways to illuminate his ideas about religion, human nature, and the social order.
Subjects: History, Philosophy
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