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Hume Studies Volume XXI, Number 2, November 1995, pp. 367-368 Index to Volume XXI ARTICLES Ainslie, Donald C. The Problem of the National Self in Hume's Theory of Justice. 21 (2): 289-313. Cummins, Phillip D. Hume as Dualist and Anti-Dualist. 21 (1): 47-55. Falkenstein, Lome. Hume and Reid on the Simplicity of the Soul. 21 (1): 25-45. Frey, R. G. Virtue, Commerce, and Self-Love. 21 (2): 275-287. Hampton, Jean. Does Hume Have an Instrumental Conception of Practical Reason? 21 (1): 57-74. Kors, Alan Charles. The French Context of Hume's Philosophical Theology. 21 (2): 221-236 Kuehn, Manfred. David Hume and Moses Mendelssohn. 21 (2): 197-220. Livingston, Donald W. On Hume's Conservatism. 21 (2): 151-164. Long, Douglas. Commentary on John B. Stewart. 21 (2): 189-192. Malherbe, Michel. Hume's Natural History of Religion. 21 (2): 255-274. Millgram, Elijah. Was Hume a Humean? 21 (1): 75-93. Morris, William E. The Hume Literature, 1994. 21(2):357-366. Palter, Robert. Hume and Prejudice. 21 (1): 3-23. Potkay, Adam. A Reply to Mark Box. 21(2): 340-343. Ross, Ian Simpson. Hume's Language of Scepticism. 21 (2): 237-2554. Volume XXI, Number 2, November 1995 368 Index to Volume XXI Russell, Paul. Hume's Treatise and the Clarke-Collins Controversy. 21 (1): 95-115. Sedivy, Sonia. Hume, Images and Abstraction. 21 (1): 117-133. Stewart, John B. The Public Interest vs. Old Rights. 21 (2): 165-188 Stewart, John B. A Response to Douglas Long. 21 (2): 193-195. Whelan, Frederick G. Robertson, Hume, and the Balance of Power. 21 (2): 315-332. BOOKS REVIEWED Logan, Beryl: A Religion Without Talking: Religious Belief and Natural Belief in Hume's Philosophy of Religion. · M.Jamie Ferreira 21 (1): 140-42. Macintosh, J. J., and H. A. Meynell, eds.: Faith, Scepticism and Personal Identity: A Festschrift for Terence Penelhum · Paul Russell 21 (2): 351-54. Musgrave, Alan: Common Sense, Science and Skepticism: A historical introduction to the Theory of Knowledge. · Justin Broakes 21(1): 138-39. Norton, David Fate: The Cambridge Companion to Hume. · S. K. Wertz 21 (1): 135-37. Potkay, Adam: The Fate of Eloquence in the Age of Hume. · M. A. Box 21 (2): 333-39. Shapin, Steven. A Social History of Truth: Civility and Science in Seventeenth Century England. · Paul Wood 21 (2): 355-56. Waxman, Wayne: Hume's Theory of Consciousness. · John P. Wright 21 (2): 344-50. Hume Studies ...

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1947-9921
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0319-7336
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pp. 367-368
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2011-01-26
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