David Hume: Celebrating Connections

2011 marked the tercentenary of the birth of David Hume, one of our most distinguished alumni.

To celebrate the milestone, the University hosted a year of lectures, exhibitions and activities.

Highlights from our David Hume events are available to watch online or you can subscribe to our podcast.

Watch online

Watch all the videos in this series on our YouTube playlist.

How to use YouTube playlists

YouTube playlists play a group of videos in sequence, one after the other. To jump to a specific video, select the playlist button on the top left-hand side of the video player and choose the video you want.

Subscribe to this podcast

Subscribe to our podcasts to receive all the lectures in this series.

Lecture series content

Video content

Bowse the video playlist on YouTube:

Audio content

The audio podcast contains additional content:

  • 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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