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Hume Studies Volume XXI, Number 2, November 1995, pp. 357-366 The Hume Literature, 1994 WILLIAM E. MORRIS This bibliography covers the Hume literature for 1994. I have appended a supplement containing additions and corrections to "The Hume Literature, 1986-1993," which was published in the November 1994 issue of Hume Studies. I am most grateful to all who contributed additions or corrections to the bibliography, and I again encourage readers of Hume Studies to supply additions, corrections, or bibliographical information missing from either bibliography. For the Hume literature prior to 1986, the reader should consult Roland Hall's authoritative Fifty Years of Hume Scholarship: A Bibliographic Guide (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 1978), which covers the period 1925 to 1976, and also lists the main earlier work on Hume. Hall's Hume Studies bibliographies supplement that work. They appeared from 1978 to 1988 and cover the years 1977 to 1985. My bibliographies depart from Hall's practice in that they do not list items published in Hume Studies. Articles and reviews from 1975 through 1993 (Volumes I-XIX) were comprehensively indexed in the November 1993 issue. Subsequent November issues include an index for that year's volume. Editions of Hume's works and anthologies of his writings are listed in this bibliography under the editor's name. The next bibliography, which will cover the Hume literature for 1995, will appear in the November 1996 issue. The 1995 bibliography will be expanded to include reviews of books and monographs of the Hume literature since Send information to: email: FAX: 513-861-1191, or MAIL: William E. Morris, Philosophy Department, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati OH 45221-0374. 358 William E. Morris 1986, as well as a listing of doctoral dissertations from that year forward. Readers are again invited to send me notices or offprints of their articles, reviews, editions, anthologies, and dissertations for inclusion in the next bibliography. Please email, FAX, or write to the addresses at the bottom of the preceding page. The following abbreviations of journal titles are used here: APQ American Philosophical Quarterly AJP Australasian Journal of Philosophy BJPS British Journal for the Philosophy of Science CJP Canadian Journal of Philosophy HPQ History of Philosophy Quarterly JAAC Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism JHI Journal of the History of Ideas JHP Journal of the History of Philosophy JP Journal of Philosophy PAS Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society PB Philosophical Books PPQ Pacific Philosophical Quarterly PQ Philosophical Quarterly PR Philosophical Review PPR Philosophy and Phenomenological Research PS Philosophical Studies RIP Revue Internationale de Philosophie RM Review of Metaphysics RS Religious Studies SJP Southern Journal of Philosophy Backhaus, WiIf. "Hume's Fork and Analytic/Trifling Propositions." Journal of Speculative Philosophy 8 (1994): 79-96. Baier, Annette C. Moral Prejudices. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1994. ------. "Hume on Religion: Stopping the Ocean with a Bull-Rush?" In Faith, Scepticism and Personal Identity, see Macintosh and Meynell, 1994. Banwart, Mary Elizabeth. Hume's Imagination. New York and Bern: Peter Lang, 1994. Barbone, Steven L. "The 'Is/Ought' Relation in Hume." Indian Philosophical Quarterly 21(1994): 129-46. Barnard, Christopher. "Hume and the Madness of Religion." In Hume and Hume's Connexions, see Stewart and Wright, 1994. Bar On, Bat-Ami, ed. Modem Engendering: Critical Feminist Readings in Modern Western Philosophy. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1994. Bennett, Jonathan. "On Translating Locke, Berkeley, and Hume into English." Teaching Philosophy 17 (1994): 261-69. Boceara, Nadia. Solitudine e Conversazione: I Moralisti Classici e David Hume. Hume Studies The Hume Literature, 1994 359 Rome, 1994. Boos, William. "The World, the Flesh and the Argument from Design." Synthese 101 (1994): 15-52. Box, M. A. "How Disturbed Was Hume by His Own Skepticism?" 1650-1850: Ideas, Aesthetics, and Inquiries in the Early Modem Era 1 (1994): 295-316. Darwall, Stephen. "Hume and the Invention of Utilitarianism." In Hume and Hume's Connexions, see Stewart and Wright, 1994. Elosegui, Maria. "Le role du juge: Hume et les theories contemporaries de l'interprétation juridique." Revue interdisciplinaire d'études juridiques 32 (1994): 163-89. Emerson, Roger L. "The 'affair' at Edinburgh and the 'project' at Glasgow: the Politics of Hume's Attempts To...


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