Essays by David Hume

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Author Hume, David, 1711-1776
Commentator Bennett, Hannaford
Title Essays
Contents Biographical introduction -- Of the delicacy of taste and passion -- Of the liberty of the press -- That politics may be reduced to a science -- Of the first principles of government -- Of the origin of government -- Of the independency of Parliament -- Whether the British government inclines more to absolute monarchy or to a republic -- Of parties in general -- Of the parties of Great Britain -- Of superstition and enthusiasm -- Of the dignity or meanness of human nature -- Of civil liberty -- Of eloquence.
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Language English
LoC Class B: Philosophy, Psychology, Religion
Subject Philosophy
Subject Political science
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EBook-No. 36120
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Most Recently Updated Apr 3, 2024
Copyright Status Public domain in the USA.
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