By Elizabeth S. Radcliffe
- Demonstrates the diversity of Hume's paintings and illuminates the continued debates that it has generated
- Organized through topic, with introductions to every part to orient the reader
- Explores themes reminiscent of wisdom, ardour, morality, faith, economics, and politics
- Examines the paradoxes of Hume's proposal and his legacy, protecting the equipment, topics, and results of his contributions to philosophy
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A Companion to Hume (Blackwell Companions to Philosophy) by Elizabeth S. Radcliffe