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  Volume 19, Number 1, April 1993

Table of Contents

Editors' Note

pp. v-vi
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Against the Spirit of Foundations: Postmodernism and David Hume

pp. 1-17
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Hume: Between Leibniz and Kant (The role of pre-established harmony in Hume's philosophy)

pp. 19-30
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Hume's Moral Sentimentalism

pp. 31-54
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More About Hume's Debt to Spinoza

pp. 55-74
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Impressions and Ideas: Vivacity as Verisimilitude

pp. 75-88
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Hume's Theory of Belief

pp. 89-101
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Hume on Natural Belief and Original Principles

pp. 103-116
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Why We Believe in Induction: Standards of Taste and Hume's Two Definitions of Causation

pp. 117-140
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Was Hume An Atheist?

pp. 141-166
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Hurlbutt, Hume, Newton and the Design Argument

pp. 167-175
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Another Look at Flage's Hume

pp. 177-186
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On Friedman's Look

pp. 187-197
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Reply to Flage

pp. 199-202
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Again: Hume on Miracles

pp. 203-212
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The Authorship of the Abstract Revisited

pp. 213-215
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More Evidence that Hume Wrote the Abstract

pp. 217-222
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"Magic Buffalo" and Berkeley's Theory of Vision: Learning in Society

pp. 223-226
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Hume's System: An Examination of the First Book of his "Treatise." (review)

pp. 227-232
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Research Areas

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