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Document Type:BL
Record Number:105863
Doc. No:b63412
GBA933012
Main Entry:Garrett, Don
Title & Author:Hume /by Don Garrett.
Series Statement :Routledge philosophers
Page. NO:xxiii, 360 pages ;23 cm.
ISBN:9780415283335 (hardback)
0415283337 (hardback)
9780415283342 (paperback)
0415283345 (paperback)
9780203118351 (e-book)
Bibliographies/Indexes:Includes bibliographical references (pages 349-354) and index.
Contents:One."A ruling passion" -- 1.1.Early life and education -- 1.2.A Treatise of Human Nature -- 1.3.Essays, Moral and Political and Letter from a Gentleman -- 1.4.Two Enquiries and Three Essays -- 1.5.Political Discourses, History of England, and Four Dissertations -- 1.6.A Concise Account and Dialogues concerning Natural Religion -- 1.7.Conclusion -- Notes -- Further reading -- Two.Perceptions and their principles -- 2.1.Basic distinctions among perceptions -- 2.2.Principles of perceptions -- 2.3.Complex ideas -- 2.4.Abstract ideas [concepts] -- 2.5.Space and time -- 2.6.Mental representation -- 2.7.Conclusion -- Note -- Further reading -- Three.The mind and its faculties -- 3.1.Mind and consciousness -- 3.2.Imagination and memory -- 3.3.Reason or the understanding -- 3.4.Demonstrative reasoning and probable reasoning -- 3.5.The senses -- 3.6.The passions and taste -- 3.7.The will -- 3.8.Conclusion -- Further reading -- Four.Sense-based concepts -- 4.1.The origins of beauty and virtue -- 4.2.Features of beauty and virtue -- 4.3.Causation -- 4.4.Probability -- 4.5.Conclusion -- Further reading -- Five.Normative concepts -- 5.1.Aesthetic and moral normativity -- 5.2.The epistemic normativity of truth -- 5.3.The epistemic normativity of probable truth -- 5.4.Features of sense-based normative concepts -- 5.5.Conclusion -- Notes -- Further reading -- Six.Induction and causation -- 6.1.Causation and probable reasoning -- 6.2.The explanation and evaluation of probable reasoning -- 6.3.Necessary connection and definitions of `cause' -- 6.4.Liberty and necessity -- 6.5.The relation of cause and effect -- 6.6.Conclusion -- Notes -- Further reading -- Seven.Skepticism and probability -- 7.1.Kinds of skepticism -- 7.2.Skeptical considerations -- 7.3.Skeptical crisis and the Title Principle -- 7.4.The normativity of the Title Principle -- 7.5.The mitigation of skepticism -- 7.6.The labyrinth of personal identity -- 7.7.Conclusion -- Notes -- Further reading -- Eight.Morality and virtue -- 8.1.Reason and moral distinctions -- 8.2.Natural virtues -- 8.3.Justice as an artificial virtue -- 8.4.Other artificial virtues -- 8.5.Moral diversity -- 8.6.Conclusion -- Note -- Further reading -- Nine.Religion and God -- 9.1.Religious belief -- 9.2.The Design Argument -- 9.3.The Argument A Priori -- 9.4.Evil -- 9.5.True religion -- 9.6.Miracles -- 9.7.Religion and morals -- 9.8.Conclusion -- Notes -- Further reading -- Ten."Leaving it to posterity to add the rest" -- 10.1.Hume in the eighteenth century -- 10.2.Hume in the nineteenth century -- 10.3.Hume in the twentieth century -- 10.4.Conclusion: Hume for the twenty-first century -- Notes -- Further reading.
Abstract:"Beginning with an overview of Hume's life and work, Don Garrett introduces in clear and accessible style the central aspects of Hume's thought. These include Hume's lifelong exploration of the human mind; his theories of inductive inference and causation; skepticism and personal identity; moral and political philosophy; aesthetics; and philosophy of religion. The final chapter considers the influence and legacy of Hume's thought today. Throughout, Garrett draws on and explains many of Hume's central works, including his Treatise of Human Nature, Enquiries Concerning Human Understanding, and Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion. Hume is essential reading not only for students of philosophy, but anyone in the humanities and social sciences and beyond seeking an introduction to Hume's thought"--
Subject:Hume, David,1711-1776.
Hume, David,1711-1776.
Hume, David,1711-1776
Subject:PHILOSOPHY / General.
Subject:PHILOSOPHY / History & Surveys / General.
Subject:PHILOSOPHY / Criticism.
Dewey Classification:‭192‬
LC Classification:‭B1498‬‭.G37 2015‬