The McGill David Hume Collection
Contemporary and Historical Comments
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Extracts from the Writings of Hume
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A short criticism of the terms of the charge against Mr. Leslie, in the protest of the ministers of Edinburgh, as explained by them in their pamphlet
A short statement of some important facts, relative to the late election of a mathematical professor in the University of Edinburgh : accompanied with original papers and critical remarks.
A short vindication of the minority in the last General Assembly of the Church of Scotland
A sketch of the character of Mr. Hume ; and Diary of a journey from Morpeth to Bath : 23 April-1 May 1776
A survey of the strength and opulence of Great Britain : wherein is shewn, the progress of its commerce, agriculture, population, &c. before and since the accession of the house of Hanover
Saggi filosofici sull'umano intelleto
Saggi morali e politici
Saggi morali e politici del Signor Hume.
Saggi politici sopra il commercio
Saggio analitico su la compassione
Scetticismo e senso comune : la filosofia scozzese da Hume a Reid
Scottish philosophy : a comparison of the Scottish and German answers to Hume
Sistema e ricerca in David Hume
Smärre afhandlingar i allmånna hushållningen
Speedily will be published, The history of Rachel, commonly called Auld Reikie, eldest daughter of sister Peg ...
Storia dettagliata della congiura delle polveri seguita in Londra : in cui vi furono implicati i R.R. P.P. Gesuiti
Studi su Hume
Studies in method and religion in Hume's "science of human nature"
Supplement to The life of David Hume, Esq. : containing genuine anecdotes and a circumstantial account of his death and funeral : to which is added a certified copy of his last will and testament.
Sympathy and ethics : a study of the relationship between sympathy and morality with special reference to Hume's Treatise
The Sceptic, perhaps, carries the matter too far, when he limits all philosophical topics and reflections to two.
The status of theological first principles according to Hume and Kant
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