Hume's Naturalism

Routledge (1999)
Naturalism refers to the naturalism of the Scottish school of "Common Sense" philosophy. Contrary to popular belief which regards Hume primarily as an empiricist, Mounce regards him as a naturalist, and shows how his philosophy combined both empiricist and naturalist tendencies. This book provides an overall perspective of Hume's work, and deals specifically with his masterpieces, The Treatise on Human Nature and The Dialogues On Natural Religion. H. O. Mounce's interpretation is clear, and written in an elegant style
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Call number B1499.N37.M68 1999
ISBN(s) 0415191246   9780415191241  
DOI 10.1007/s11019-011-9358-4
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