1. The Dogmatic Slumber of Hume Scholarship
  2. Nicholas Capaldi
  3. pp. 117-135
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  1. Some Reflections on Hume on Existence
  2. Stanley Tweyman
  3. pp. 137-149
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  1. Hume's Metaphysical Musicians
  2. E. W. Van Steenburgh
  3. pp. 151-154
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  1. What Does the Scientist of Man Observe?
  2. Janet Broughton
  3. pp. 155-168
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  1. What Impressions of Necessity?
  2. Antony Flew
  3. pp. 169-177
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  1. Hume and the Lockean Background: Induction and the Uniformity Principle
  2. David Owen
  3. pp. 179-207
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  1. Idealizing Hume
  2. Alan Hausman, David Hausman
  3. pp. 209-218
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  1. Causation, Extrinsic Relations, and Hume's Second Thoughts about Personal Identity
  2. Louis E. Loeb
  3. pp. 219-231
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  1. Hume's Quandary Concerning Personal Identity
  2. Wayne Waxman
  3. pp. 233-253
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  1. Continuity, Consciousness, and Identity in Hume's Philosophy
  2. Keith E. Yandell
  3. pp. 255-274
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  1. Perception of the Self
  2. George S. Pappas
  3. pp. 275-280
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  1. The Self of Book 1 and the Selves of Book 2
  2. Terence Penelhum
  3. pp. 281-291
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  1. Hume on Tranquillizing the Passions
  2. John Immerwahr
  3. pp. 293-314
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  1. "A Mark of the Growing Mind is Veneration of Objects" (Ludwig Wittgenstein)
  2. Fay Horton Sawyier
  3. pp. 315-329
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  1. Hume's Internalism
  2. Dorothy Coleman
  3. pp. 331-347
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  1. Reason and Feeling in Hume's Action Theory and Moral Philosophy
  2. Daniel Shaw
  3. pp. 349-367
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  1. Hume's Hobbism and His Anti-Hobbism
  2. Daniel E. Flage
  3. pp. 369-382
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  1. Hume on Human Excellence
  2. Marie A. Martin
  3. pp. 383-399
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  1. Artificial Virtues and the Sensible Knave
  2. David Gauthier
  3. pp. 401-427
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  1. Artificial Virtues and the Equally Sensible Non-Knaves: A Response to Gauthier
  2. Annette C. Baier
  3. pp. 429-439
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  1. The Moral Theories of Kant and Hume: Comparisons and Polemics
  2. James King
  3. pp. 441-465
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  1. Demea's Departure
  2. James Dye
  3. pp. 467-481
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  1. The Irregular Argument in Hume's Dialogues
  2. Beryl Logan
  3. pp. 483-500
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  1. Berkeley and Scepticism: A Fatal Dalliance
  2. Robert A. Imlay
  3. pp. 501-510
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  1. Bishop Berkeley Exorcises the Infinite: Fuzzy Consequences of Strict Finitism
  2. David M. Levy
  3. pp. 511-536
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  1. A Tribute to John Davis
  2. Fred Wilson, Robert Muehlmann
  3. p. v
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  1. John Davis, Colleague
  2. Robert Muehlmann
  3. p. vi
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  1. John Davis, Teacher: A Recollection
  2. Robert A. Imlay
  3. p. vii
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