By Stanley Tweyman
Based at the unique handwritten manuscript, this booklet presents a brand new, actual variation of Hume’s vital paintings, trustworthy to his unique textual content, marginal notes, and alterations. Stanley Tweyman’s finished advent supplies an interpretation of the Dialogues as a complete, in addition to shut research of every of the work’s twelve components. Hume’s perspectives on evil are mentioned in 4 formerly released articles, and the amount concludes with an intensive bibliography. initially released in 1991.
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David Hume: Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion In Focus (Routledge Library Editions: Philosophy of Religion) by Stanley Tweyman