Oxford University Press (2008)

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Rachel Cohon
State University of New York, Albany
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Rachel Cohon offers an original interpretation of the moral philosophy of David Hume, focusing on two areas.
Keywords Ethics
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Call number B1499.E8.C64 2008
ISBN(s) 0199268444   019959497X   9780199594979   9780199268443
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Introduction

This introductory chapter begins with a brief discussion of the primary purpose of this book, which is reveal aspects of Hume's program in moral philosophy that have not been noticed, showing him to be as subversive a moral philosopher as he is a theorist of the mind. The book centers on t... see more

Our Common Reading of Hume's Metaethics

This chapter sketches a shared understanding of Hume's metaethics that most philosophers today have absorbed in their training on that subject, parts of which have been elaborated and defended by a number of scholarly interpreters. This is called the common reading of Hume's metaethics, be... see more

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