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Prof. Paul Guyer - Hume, Kant, and the Passion for Reason

"Hume, Kant, and the Passion for Reason" by Professor Paul Guyer was presented as part of the prestigious Edinburgh Philosophy lecture series, th ...

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Prof. Paul Guyer - Hume, Kant, and the Passion for Reason

Lord Sutherland - David Hume and Civil Society

David Hume's thinking was radical and thorough. This was his strength, but also a source of ammunition to his enemies. He has been interpreted as ...

Recorded: 25-10-2011

Lord Sutherland - David Hume and Civil Society

Prof. Amartya Sen - David Hume and the Demands of Ethics

Nobel Prize laureate Professor Amartya Sen presents a lecture entitled David Hume and the Demands of Ethics. The Professor of Economics and Phil ...

Recorded: 18-07-2011

Prof. Amartya Sen - David Hume and the Demands of Ethics

Celebrating Hume's Birthday: panel discussion

A panel discussion with Dr Peter Millican, Professor Richard Holloway, Professor Susan Manning, Dr Nicholas Phillipson and chaired by Sheena McDo ...

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Celebrating Hume's Birthday: panel discussion

Audio content

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  • Prof. David Fergusson - Hume as Religious Sceptic
  • Dr Tillman Vierkant - The Illusion of Conscious Will: On Wegner's use of Hume's Associationism
  • Prof. Mike Ridge - Hume, The Circumstances of Justice, and Paternalism
  • Prof. Sheila Dow - The Relevance of Hume for Modern Economics
  • Dr Nicholas Phillipson - Hume: Philosophy, History and the Science of Man
  • Prof. Paul Guyer - Hume, Kant, and the Passion for Reason

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