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Hume Studies

Vol. 1 (1975) through current issue

Hume Studies is an interdisciplinary scholarly journal dedicated to publishing important work bearing on the thought of David Hume. Hume Studies is receptive to a wide variety of topics, methods, and approaches, so long as the work contributes to the understanding of Hume's thought, meets the highest standards of scholarship, and demonstrates mastery of the relevant scholarly literature. Hume Studies is published by the Hume Society in April and November. For more information on joining the Hume Society, please visit www.humesociety.org.

Published by: Hume Society

Current Issue: Volume 40, Number 1, 2014

Volume 40, 2014

Volume 39, 2013

Volume 38, 2012

Volume 37, 2011

Volume 36, 2010

Volume 35, 2009

Volume 34, 2008

Volume 33, 2007

Volume 32, 2006

Volume 31, 2005

Volume 30, 2004

Volume 29, 2003

Volume 28, 2002

Volume 27, 2001

Volume 26, 2000

Volume 25, 1999

Volume 24, 1998

Volume 23, 1997

Volume 22, 1996

Volume 21, 1995

Volume 20, 1994

Volume 19, 1993

Volume 18, 1992

Volume 17, 1991

Volume 16, 1990

Volume 15, 1989

Volume 14, 1988

Volume 13, 1987

Volume 12, 1986

10th Anniversary Issue, 1985

Volume 11, 1985

Volume 10, 1984

Volume 9, 1983

Volume 8, 1982

Volume 7, 1981

Volume 6, 1980

Volume 5, 1979

Volume 4, 1978

Volume 3, 1977

Volume 2, 1976

Volume 1, 1975


E-ISSN: 1947-9921
Print ISSN: 0319-7336

Hume Studies


Editorial Boards

Volume 40, Number 1, 2014

Editors

Corliss Swain, St. Olaf College

Saul Traiger, Occidental College

Book Review Editor

Annemarie Butler, Iowa State University

Members of the Editorial Board

Lilli Alanen (2016), Uppsala University

Donald L. Baxter (2018), University of Connecticut

Helen Beebee (2016), University of Birmingham

Rachel Cohon (2018), University at Albany, SUNY

Don Garrett (2016), New York University

Knud Haakonssen (2015), Swedish Collegium for Advanced Study

James Harris (2016), University of St Andrews

Margaret Schabas (2015), University of British Columbia

Mark G. Spencer (2015), Brock University

Research Areas

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