http://www.williamcallbooks.com David Hume Cause and Effect. Hume found no support in experience for the idea of causation, which English philosopher John Locke assumed. William Call’s book Experience sheds light. See the website

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Essays, Moral, Political, and Literary (1758) is a two volume compilation of essays by David Hume. Part I includes the essays from Essays, Moral and Political, plus two essays from Four Dissertations. The contents of this part largely covers political and aesthetic issues. Part II includes the essays from Political Discourses, most of which develop […]

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Análisis desde la ética y el trabajo social sobre David Hume

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Hello everybody! Thanks for taking the time to watch this video. In the Enlightenment, a guy called David Hume had some things to say about reason. Usually we think that reason is super cool, and it is. But Hume wanted to put a little bit of a spin on it by balancing it with Passion. […]

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Hume The leading philosopher of the Scottish Enlightenment, David Hume, is the subject of this program. In it, expert John Passmore of the National Australian University discusses causality as the cornerstone of Hume’s philosophy. Also discussed are three of Hume’s basic philosophical views:anything that is not a fact, is illusion; judgments on fact mist be […]

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Is all knowledge really derived from what we perceive via our five senses, rather than through reasoning? Watch Macat’s short video for a great introduction to David Hume’s An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding, one of the most important philosophy books ever written. Subscribe for weekly videos that are your guide to the world’s greatest ideas. […]

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Nobel Prize laureate Professor Amartya Sen presents a lecture entitled David Hume and the Demands of Ethics. The Professor of Economics and Philosophy at Harvard University gave his lecture as part of the University’s celebration of philosopher David Hume’s 300th birthday. Professor Susan Manning chaired the event, which also featured Professor Emma Rothschild, Professor Barun […]

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A 5-minute introduction to one of the most influential philosophers of all time. Much food for thought about morality, the nature of science, and the silliness of religion.

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