The Pursuits of Philosophy: An Introduction to the Life and Thought of David Hume

Harvard University Press (2011)
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Childhood and youth: loss of faith and a passion for literature -- "At a distance from relations": writing his treatise in France -- Hume after the treatise -- Hume as librarian and historian -- Hume's life as a man in the public eye -- Hume's final years in Edinburgh -- Death and character.
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Call number B1498.B25 22011
ISBN(s) 0674061683   9780674061682
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