Hutcheson on Practical Reason

Hume Studies 23 (1):73-89 (1997)
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I describe the various ways in which Hume's critique of practical reason derives from Hutcheson and then consider a tension that arises between Hutcheson's (and Hume's) critique of noninstrumental reasons and his account of calm passions
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