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Hume, David 

The Oxford Companion to Philosophy
Justin BroackesJustin Broackes

(1711–76).Scottish philosopher, essayist, and historian. Perhaps the greatest of British philosophers since Locke, Hume aimed to place ‘Logic, Morals, Criticism, and Politics’ on a new foundation—the ‘science of man’ and the theory of human nature. Famous for his ... ...

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