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Hume Studies Volume 29, Number 2, November 2003 Hume Studies Referees, 2002-2003 Kate Abramson Donald Ainslie Donald L. M. Baxter Tom L. Beauchamp Martin Bell Richard Bett John Bricke Philip Bricker Justin Broackes Stephen Buckle Michael J. Costa Philip Cummins Martin Curd Francis Dauer Paul Draper Lome Falkenstein Daniel Flage Michael Gill John Greco Charles Griswold James Harris Peter Kail Louis E. Loeb Beryl Logan Peter Lopston Miriam McCormick Alison McIntyre Jane McIntyre University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign University of Toronto University of Connecticut Georgetown University Manchester Metropolitan University The Johns Hopkins University University of Kansas University ofMassachusetts, Amherst Brown University Australian Catholic University University of South Carolina University of Iowa Purdue University University of California, Santa Barbara Florida International University University of Western Ontario James Madison University College of Charleston Fordham University Boston University Oxford University University of Edinburgh University of Michigan, Ann Arbor York University University ofGuelph University of Richmond Wellesley College Cleveland State University 404 Referees, 2002-2003 Michel Malherbe Patrick Murray David Owen Terence Penelhum Casey Perin Adam Potkay J. V. Price David Raynor Kenneth Richman Emma Rothschild J. B. Schneewind G. F. Schueler Robert Stecker John B. Stewart Dabney Townsend Saul Traiger Stanley Tweyman Kathleen Wallace Université de Nantes Creighton University University of Arizona University of Calgary University ofMassachusetts, Amherst College of William and Mary London, England University of Ottawa Bryn Mawr College Cambridge University The Johns Hopkins University University of New Mexico Central Michigan University Heatherton, Nova Scotia Armstrong Atlantic State University Occidental College York University Hofstra University Hume Studies ...


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