A Treatise of Human Nature by David Hume

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Title : A Treatise of Human Nature
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ISBN : 1406927554
Edition Language : English
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 434 pages


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Darren rated it ★★★★★

June 15, 2007

"I was awoken from my dogmatic slumber." -Kant, on reading Hume. In my opinion, this is probably one of the most thoroughly logical and most disturbing books ever written. Hume's use of reason completely dissects that habituation that we call "intuition", and moreover, shows how inductive reasonin...


Camille Stein rated it ★★★☆☆

October 29, 2016

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Duffy rated it ★★★★★

October 07, 2013

I just wrote a long review of this book, and Goodreads or the internet ate it. Grrrr... Here are the high points of that review. Three years to read this. Of that, almost the full time was stuck on the first two parts of the second book, which seemed both dull and pointless. It ended up that it wa...


eesenor rated it ★★★★★

December 07, 2008

Hume continues the tradition of Locke and Berkeley, by demonstrating that causal connections are only in the mind of the perceiver, not actually in the world of perceived events.


Yann rated it ★★★★☆

June 25, 2012

Il y a une remarquable unité dans ces trois ouvrages de Hume, sur la nature humaine, le premier sur la connaissance, le second sur les passions, et le troisième sur la morale. On ne saurait pas aborder ces difficiles questions de morale sans bien s'entendre préalablement sur le sens des mots, san...


Simon rated it ★★★★★

December 02, 2016

Hume's radicalism does not stop at critiquing long-standing philosophical notions of causality, what is external to us, substance, self and God; in a profoundly anti-Cartesian moment, he attacks those who uncritically assert that animals cannot reason nor express the 'passions' of love/hatred and...


Miles rated it ★★★★☆

September 15, 2015

David Hume’s A Treatise of Human Nature is not a breezy book. From the first page, it plunged me into a fervid mode of double-layered analysis in which my struggle to comprehend the text was mirrored by efforts to track my personal reactions to whatever content I was able to wrest from it. Early...


Joan rated it ★★☆☆☆

July 31, 2017

Sobre algunos autores (y sus obras) no parece adecuado decir si se está de acuerdo o no con los mismos, ya sea parcial o completamente ―en una reseña breve, claro está; pues defender por qué se alaban o se desprecian ciertas ideas requiere de un escrito de mayor profundidad y extensión―. Ante caso...


Zaman rated it ★★★★★

March 23, 2017

Knowledge relates with human experience and no innate ideas are needed and method of knowledge is important for having it. And empiricism matter because it is based on logical process and human experience and senses helps towards the real knowledge. With these ideas this books adds a lot in empir...


Crito rated it ★★★★☆

November 27, 2015

David Hume is pretty easy to like. Despite the reputation built up by new atheists who seem to have only really read his "On Miracles", Hume is as clear and un-polemical as it comes. In just his writing alone there's a sober down to business mindset colored by nothing but the desire to express pu...





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