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Hume, David (Ch - Gar)

* Chappell, V.C. (Hrsg.), David Hume: A Collection of Critical Essays, New York 1966.

* Charles, S., Hume et la religion. Nouvelles perspectives, nouveaux enjeux, Hildesheim 2013.

* Charles, S. & Laursen, J.C. & Popkin, R.H. & Zakatistvos, A., Hume and Berkeley in the Prussian Academy. Louis Frédéric Ancillon’s “Dialogue between Berkeley and Hume” of 1796, in: Hume-Studies, 27/1, 2001.

* Chisholm, R.M., On the Observability of the Self, in: Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, 30, 1969, S. 7-21.

* Christensen, J., Practicing Enlightenment. Hume and the Formation of a Literary Career, Madison etc. 1987.

* Church, R.W., Hume's Theory of Philosophical Relations, in: The Philosophical Review, 50, 1941, S. 353-357.

* Church, R.W., Hume's Theory of the Understanding, London 1935, Hamden 1968.

* Church, R.W., Malebranche and Hume, in: Revue Internationale de Philosophie, 1/1, 1938, S. 143-161.

* Cicovacki, P., Hume and Kant on the Rationality of Knowledge, in: Revue Roumaine de Philosophie, 40/1-2, 1996, S. 67-80.

* Clack, R.J., Chisholm and Hume on Observing the Self, in: Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, 33, 1973, S. 338-349.

* Clarke, B.L., The Argument from Design. A Piece of Abductive Reasoning, in: The International Journal of Philosophy of Religion, 1974, S. 65-78.

* Clive, G., Hume's "Dialogues" Reconsidered, in: The Journal of Religion, 39/2, 1959, S. 110-119.

* Cohen, A., The Notion of Moral Progress in Hume’s Philosophy. Does Hume Have a Theory of Moral Progress?, in: Hume-Studies, 26/1, 2000.

* Cohen, R., David Hume's Experimental Method and the Theory of Taste, in: English Literary History, 25, 1958, S. 270-289.

* Cohen, R. (Hrsg.), Hume. Moral and Political Philosophy, Aldershot 2001.

* Cohen, R., Hume’s Difficulty with the Virtue of Honesty, in: Hume-Studies, 23/1, 1997.

* Cohen, R., The Transformation of Passion. A Study of Hume's Theories of Tragedy, in: The Philological Quarterly, 41, 1962, S. 450-464.

* Coleman, D., Baconian Probability and Hume’s Theory of Testimony, in: Hume-Studies, 27/2, 2001.

* Coleman, D., Hume, Miracles, and Lotteries, in: Hume-Studies, 14/2, 1988.

* Collier, M., Filling the Gaps. Hume and Connectionism on the Continued Existence of Unperceived Objects, in: Hume-Studies, 25/1-2, 1999.

* Compayré, G., Du prétendu scepticisme de Hume, in: Revue Philosophique, 8, 1879, S. 449-468.

* Compayré, G., La philosophie de David Hume, Paris/Toulouse 1873.

* Conniff, J., Hume on Political Parties: The Case for Hume as a Whig, in: Eighteenth-Century Studies, 12, 1978, S. 150-173.

* Connolly, J.M., The Will as Impression, in: Hume-Studies, 13/2, 1987, S. 276-305.

* Connolly, W.R., Christian Johnson and Pagan Hume, in: Hume-Studies, 27/1, 2001.

* Cook, A., Humes Theorien über die Realität der Außenwelt, Diss., Halle 1904.

* Cook, J.W., Hume's Scepticism with Regard to the Senses, in: The American Philosophical Quarterly, 5, 1968, S. 1-17.

* Coolindge, G. & Laursen, J.Ch., David Hume and Public Debt: Crying Wolf?, in: Hume-Studies, 20/1, 1994.

* Copleston, F., David Hume and St. John of the Cross, in: The Month, 8, 1952, S. 69-81.

* Corsano, A., Vico et Hume face au problème religieux, in: Archives de Philosophie, 40/2, 1977.

* Costa, M., Hume on the Very Idea of a Relation, in: Hume-Studies, 24/1, 1998.

* Costelloe, T.M., Hume, Kant, and “Antinomy of Taste”, in: The Journal of the History of Philosophy, 41/2, 2003, S. 165-185.

* Costelloe, T.M., Hume’s Aesthetics. The Literature and Directions for Research, in: Hume-Studies, 30/1, 2004.

* Costelloe, T.M., “To have lived from the beginning of the world”. Hume on Historical Anatomy and the Lessons of Virtue, in: The Modern Schoolman, 84/4, 2008.

* Craig, E., David Hume. Eine Einführung in seine Philosophie, Frankfurt/M. 1979.

* Cresson, A. & Deleuze, G., David Hume. Sa vie, son œuvre, avec un exposé de sa philosophie, Paris 1952.

* Cummins, Ph.D., A Puzzling Passage in “Why Utility Pleases”, in: Hume-Studies, 26/1, 2000.

* Cummins, Ph.D., Hume as Dualist and Anti-Dualist, in: Hume-Studies, 21/1, 1995.

* Cummins, Ph.D., Hume on Qualities, in: Hume-Studies, 22/1, 1996.

* Cummins, Ph.D., Hume’s Diffident Skepticism, in: Hume-Studies, 25/1-2, 1999.

* Daiches, S., Über das Verhältnis der Geschichtsschreibung David Humes zu seiner praktischen Philosophie, Leipzig 1903.

* Dal Pra, M., Hume e la scienza della natura umana, Roma/Bari 1973.

* Danford, J.W., David Hume and the Problem of Reason. Recovering the Human Sciences, New Haven/London 1990.

* Danford, J.W., David Hume's "History of England" and "the Gradual Progress of Improvement", in: N. Capaldi & D.W. Livingston (Hrsg.), Liberty in Hume's "History of England", Dordrecht 1990.

* Daniel, S.C., The Nature and Function of Imagination in Hume and Kant, in: The Indian Philosophical Quarterly, 15, 1988, S. 85-87.

* Dauer, F.W., Force and Vivacity in the “Treatise” and the “Enquiry”, in: Hume-Studies, 25/1-2, 1999.

* Dauer, F.W., Hume’s Scepticism with Regard to Reason. A Reconsideration, in: Hume-Studies, 22/2, 1996.

* Dauer, F.W., Towards a Copernican Reading of Hume, in: Noûs, 9, 1975, S. 269-293.

* Davidson, D., Hume's Cognitive Theory of Pride, in: The Journal of Philosophy, 73, 1976, S. 744-757.

* Davie, G.E., Hume, Reid, and the Passion for Ideas, in: G. Bruce (Hrsg.), Edinburgh in the Age of Reason, Edinburgh 1967, S. 23-39.

* Davie, W., Hume on Monkish Virtue, in: Hume-Studies, 25/1-2, 1999.

* Davie, W., Hume’s General Point of View, in: Hume-Studies, 24/2, 1998.

* Dean, E., Hume on Religious Language, in: The Journal of Religion, 42, 1962, S. 44-51.

* Dees, R., Morality above Metaphysics. Philo and the Duties of Friendship in “Dialogues” 12, in: Hume-Studies, 28/1, 2002.

* Deitsch, M., The Observability of the Self, in: Philosophical Studies, 26, 1974, S. 69-71.

* Delacroix, H., David Hume et la philosophie critique, in: Bibliothèque du Congrès International de Philosophie, Bd. IV, Paris 1909, S. 337-362.

* Delaney, C., Kant's Challenge. The Second Analogy as a Response to Hume, in: Dialogue, 32, 1990, S. 51-56.

* Deleule, D., Hume et la naissance du libéralisme économique, Paris 1979.

* Deleuze, G., David Hume, Frankfurt/M. 1993.

* Deleuze, G., Empiricism and Subjectivity. An Essay on Hume's Theory of Human Nature, 1991.

* Della Volpe, G., La filosofia dell' esperienza di Davide Hume, 2 Bde. Firenze 1933/35.

* Dendle, P., A Note on Hume’s Letter to Gilbert Elliot, in: Hume-Studies, 20/2, 1994.

* Detmar, B., Karneades und Hume, in: Zeitschrift für Philosophie und philosophische Kritik, 139,

* Dicker, G., Hume's Epistemology and Metaphysics. An Introduction, London 1998.

* Dickson, W.K., David Hume and the Advocates' Library, Edinburgh 1932.

* Dietl, P.J., Hume on the Passions, in: Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, 28/4, 1968.

* Disier, J., Hume, Paris 1912.

* Dietl, P., Hume on the Passions, in: Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, 28, 1968, S. 554-566.

* Doherty, L. (Hrsg.), Hume’s Odyssey, Oxford 2009 (Oxford Readings in Classical Studies).

* Doodkorte, A.C., Kritiek op David Hume: Natuurwet en wonder, Bussum 1913.

* Doore, G., The Argument from Design. Some Better Reasons for Agreeing with Hume, in: Religious Studies, 16, 1980, S.145-161.

* Döring, D. (Hrsg.), Vernunft und Leidenschaft. Ein David Hume-Brevier, Thun 2003.

* Draper, Th., Hume and Madison, in: Encounter, 58/2, 1982, S. 34-47.

* Dreier, J., Humean Doubts about the Practical Justification of Morality, in: G. Cullity & B. Gaut (Hrsg.), Ethics and Practical Reason, Oxford 1997.

* Ducasse, C.J., Critique of Hume's Conception of Causality, in: The Journal of Philosophy, 63, 1966, S. 141-148 [in: T.L. Beauchamp (Hrsg.), Philosophical Problems of Causation, Encino/Belmont 1974].

* Ducasse, C.J., David Hume on Causation, in: R.M. Blake e.a., Theories of Scientific Method: The Renaissance Through the Nineteenth Century, Seattle 1960.

* Ducros, L., Quando et quomodo Kantium Humius e dogmatico somno excitaverit, Bordeaux 1885.

* Duerlinger, J., The Verbal Dispute in Hume's "Dialogues", in: Archiv für Geschichte der Philosophie, 53, 1971, S. 22-34.

* Duggan, T., Hume on Causation, in: K. Lehrer (Hrsg.), Analysis and Metaphysics. Essays in Honor or R.M. Chisholm, Dordrecht 1975, S. 173-187.

* Dunham, J.H., The Religion of Philosophers, Philadelphia 1947 (Kap. 9).

* Durland, K., Hume’s First Principle, His Missing Shade, and His Distinctions of Reason, in: Hume-Studies, 22/1, 1996.

* Dye, J., Hume on Curing Superstition, in: Hume-Studies, 12/2, 1986, S. 121-140.

* Earman, J., Bayes, Hume, and Miracles, in: Faith and Philosophy. The Journal of the Society of Christian Philosophers, 10/3, 1993, S. 293-310.

* Earman, J., Hume's Abject Failure. The Arguments against Miracles, Oxford 2000.

* Echelbarger, Ch., Hume's Tacit Atheism, in: Religious Studies, 11, 1975, S. 19-35.

* Edgley, R. & Grice, G.R., Hume's Law, in: Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, Suppl.-Bd. XLIV, 1970, S. 89-119.

* Edmonds, D. & Eidinow, J., Rousseau’s Dog. Two Great Thinkers at War in the Age of Enlightenment, 2006 [Rousseaus Hund. Zwei Philosophen, ein Streit und das Ende aller Vernunft, 2008].

* Elie, M., Instinct, entendement, raison: la référence à l'animal chez Locke, Hume, et Schopenhauer, in: Schopenhauer-Jahrbuch, 75, 1994, S. 11-26.

* Elkin, W.B., Hume. The Relation of the "Treatise" Book I ti the "Inquiry", New York 1904.

* Elkin, W.B., The Relation of Hume's "Treatise" and "Inquiry", in: The Philosophical Review, 3, 1894.

* Ellin, J., Streminger: Religion a Treat to Morality, in: Hume-Studies, 15/2, 1989, S. 295-300.

* Elliott, P.P., Arguments for Theism from Design in Nature, with Reference to Hume, Paley, and Kant, B.Litt. Oxford 1926.

* Emerson, R.L., Hume and the Bellman, Zerobabel MacGilchrist, in: Hume-Studies, 23/1, 1997.

* Engelen, M., David Hume, hand in hand, Leende 2000.

* Erdmann, B., Kant und Hume um 1762, in: Archiv für Geschichte der Philosophie, 1, 1887, S. 62-77.

* Ertl, W., David Hume und die Dissertation von 1770. Eine Untersuchung zur Entwicklungsgeschichte der Philosophie Immanuel Kants, Bern 1999.

* Ertl, W., Hume’s Antinomy and Kant’s Critical Turn, in: The British Journal for the History of Philosophy, 10/4, 2002, S. 617-640.

* Espinas, A., La philosophie en Ecosse au XVIIIe siècle et les origines de la philosophie anglaise contemporaine. Première périod: Hutcheson, Adam Smith, Hume, in: Revue Philosophique, 11, 1881, S. 119-132; 12, 1882, S. 18-31, 113-150.

* Essler, W.K., Kant und Hume. Die Transzendentalphilosophie als Alternative zum Naturalismus, in: Dialectica, 49/2-4, 1995.

* Fackler, S., Leben in Freiheit oder die Welt so sehen, wie sie ist. Denken mit Nietzsche, Feuerbach, Schopenhauer, Montaigne und Hume, Aachen 2007.

* Fahrion, K., Humes Lehre von der Substanz, Programm Ellwangen 1914.

* Falk, W.D., Hume on Is and Ought, in: The Canadian Journal of Philosophy, 6, 1976, S. 359-378.

* Falk, W.D., Hume on Practical Reason, in: Philosophical Studies, 27, 1975, S. 1-18.

* Falkenstein, L., Hume and Reid on the Perception of Hardness, in: Hume-Studies, 28/1, 2002.

* Falkenstein, L., Hume and Reid on the Simplicity of the Soul, in: Hume-Studies, 21/1, 1995.

* Falkenstein, L., Hume on Manners of Disposition and the Ideas of Space and Time, in: Archiv für Geschichte der Philosophie, 1/1997.

* Falkenstein, L., Hume’s Finite Geometry. A Reply to Mark Pressman, in: Hume-Studies, 26/1, 2000.

* Falkenstein, L., Naturalism, Normativity, and Scepticism in Hume’s “Account of Belief”, in: Hume-Studies, 23/1, 1997.

* Falkenstein, L., The Great Light of 1769: A Humean Awakening? Comments on Lothar Kreimendahl's Account of Hume's Influence on Kant, in: Archiv für Geschichte der Philosophie, 1/1995.

* Falter, L., Die erkenntnistheoretischen Grundlagen der Mathematik bei Kant und bei Hume, Diss. Gießen 1903.

* Farr, W., Hume und Kant. Interpretation und Diskussion, Freiburg 1982.

* Feigl, H., What Hume Might Have Said to Kant, in: M. Bunge (Hrsg.), The Critical Approach to Science and Philosophy, New York 1964, S. 45-51.

* Feilbogen, L., Smith und Hume, in: Zeitschrift für die gesamte Staatswissenschaft, 1891.

* Feiner, A., Einführung in das Induktionsproblem. Humes induktive Skepsis und moderne Antworten, Tönning 2005.

* Fenner, D.E.W., Hume, Kant, and the Subjectivity of Causality, in: Explorations in Knowlegde, 10, 1993, S. 25-32.

* Ferguson, S., Bayesianism, Analogy, and Hume’s “Dialogues concerning Natural Religion”, in: Hume-Studies, 28/1, 2002.

* Fieser, J. (Hrsg.), Early Responses to Hume. Bd. I & II: Early Responses to Hume's Moral, Literary, and Political Writings, Bristol 1999.

* Fieser, J. (Hrsg.), Early Responses to Hume. Bd. III & IV: Early Responses to Hume's Metaphysical and Epistemological Writings, Bristol 2000.

* Fieser, J. (Hrsg.), Early Responses to Hume. Bd. V & VI: Early Responses to Hume's Writings on Religion, Bristol 2001.

* Fieser, J. (Hrsg.), Early Responses to Hume. Bd. VII & VIII: Early Responses to Hume's "History of England", Bristol 2002.

* Fieser, J. (Hrsg.), Early Responses to Hume. Bd. IX & X: Early Hume. Biographies and Bibliographies, Bristol 2003.

* Fieser, J. (Hrsg.), Early Responses to Hume's Life and Reputation, 2 Bde., Bristol 2003.

* Fieder, J., Hume’s Classification of the Passions and Its Precursors, in: Hume-Studies, 18/1, 1992, S. 1-17.

* Fieser, J., Hume’s Wide View of the Virtues. An Analysis of His Early Critics, in: Hume-Studies, 24/2, 1998.

* Filadelfo, L., Das politische Denken von David Hume, Hildesheim 1984.

* Finley, Ch.J., Hume’s Social Philosophy, London 2007.

* Flage, D.E., David Hume's Theory of Mind, London/New York 1990.

* Fleischer, M., Hume. Auch eine Quelle für Nietsches Lehre von der ewigen Wiederkunft des Gleichen?, in: Nietzsche-Studien, 25, 1996, S. 255-260.

* Fleming, N. & Senonske, A. (Hrsg.), Human Understanding. Studies in the Philosophy of David Hume, Belmont 1965.

* Flew, A.G.N., David Hume. Philosopher of Moral Sense, Oxford 1986.

* Flew, A.G.N., Hume, in: D.J. O'Connor (Hrsg.), A Critical History of Western Philosophy, New York/London 1964.

* Flew, A.G.N., Hume's Philosophy of Belief: A Study of His First "Inquiry", London/New York 1961, 1966, Bristol (reprint) 1997.

* Flew, A.G.N., Three Questions about Justice in the “Treatise”, in: The Philosophical Quarterly, 26, 1976, S. 1-13.

* Fodor, J.A., Hume Variations, Oxford 2003, Oxford 2005.

* Fogelin, R.J., A Defense of Hume on Miracles, Princeton 2003.

* Fogelin, R.J., Hume's Scepticism in the "Treatise of Human Nature", London 1985.

* Fogelin, R.J., What Hume Actually Said about Miracles, in: Hume-Studies, 16/1, 1990, S. 81-86.

* Forbes, D., Hume's Philosophical Politics, Cambridge etc. 1975.

* Forbes, D., Hume's Science of Politics, in: G.P. Morice (Hrsg.), David Hume Bicentinary Papers, Edinburgh 1977.

* Force, J.E., Hume’s Interest in Newton and Science, in: Hume-Studies, 13/2, 1987, S. 166-216.

* Fosl, P.S., Doubt and Divinity. Cicero’s Influence on Hume’s Religious Skepticism, in: Hume-Studies, 20/1, 1994.

* Fosl, P.S., Hume, Skepticism, and Early American Deism, in: Hume-Studies, 25/1-2, 1999.

* Foster, St.P., David Hume and Edward Gibbon: Philosophical Historians / Historical Philosophers. Introduction and Overview, in: The Modern Schoolman, 84/4, 2008.

* Foster, St.P., Melancholy Duty. The Hume-Gibbon Attack on Christianity, Dordrecht 1997.

* Fox, M., Religion and Human Nature in the Philosophy of David Hume, in: W.L. Reese & E. Freeman (Hrsg.), Process and Divinity, La Salle (Ill.) 1964, S. 561-577.

* Francke, C.J.W., David Hume, Haarlem 1907.

* Frangiotti, M., The Kantian "I Think", the Cartesian Soul, and the Humean Mind, in: H. Robinson (Hrsg.), Proceedings of the Eighth International Kant Congress, Memphis 1-5 March, Bd. II1, Milwaukee 1995, S. 207-215.

* Franklin, J., Achievements and Fallacies in Hume’s Account of Infinite Divisibility, in: Hume-Studies, 20/1, 1994.

* Franklin, J., More on Part IX of Hume's "Dialogues", in: The Philosophical Quarterly, 30, 1980, S. 69-71.

* Franzen, W., "Verstand und Gefühl wirken bei fast allen moralischen Entscheidungen zusammen" (David Hume). Rationales und Nicht-Rationales in Moral und Moralerziehung - unter Rückgriff auf Hume und Schopenhauer, in: E. Marsal (Hrsg.), Ethik- und Religionsunterricht im Fächerkanon der öffentlichen Schule, Frankfurt(M.)/Berlin/Bern 2002.

* Frasca-Spada, M., Reality and the Coloured Points in Hume's Treatise Part 2: Reality, in: The British Journal for the History of Philosophy, 6/1, 1998.

* Frasca-Spada, M., Space and the Self in Hume's Treatise, Cambridge 1998.

* Frasca-Spada, M., The Existence of External Objects in Hume's Treatise: Realism, Scepticism, and the Task of Philosophy, in: J. v.d. Zande & R.H. Popkin (Hrsg.), The Sceptical Tradition around 1800. Scepticism in Philosophy, Science, and Society, Dordrecht 1998.

* Frasca-Spada, M. & Kail, P.J.E. (Hrsg.), Impressions of Hume, Oxford 2005.

* Frazer, C.S., Hume on Imagination and Natural Relations, in: Studies in Burke and His Time, 13, 1972, S. 211-218.

* Frey, R.G., Virtue, Commerce, and Self-Love, in: Hume-Studies, 21/2, 1995.

* Fricke, Ch., Mündigkeit und Tugend. David Hume, Immanuel Kant und Adam Smith über Dispositionen zu moralischem Handeln und Strategien, sich der moralischen Verpflichtung zu entziehen, in: Sats. Northern European Journal of Philosophy, 5/1, 2004.

* Garrett, A., Hume’s Revised Racism Revisited, in: Hume-Studies, 26/1, 2000.

* Garrett, D., Cognition and Commitment in Hume's Philosophy, Oxford 1997.

* Garrett, D., Owen on Humean Reason, in: Hume-Studies, 26/2, 2000.

* Garrett, D., The Representation of Causation and Hume's Two Definitions of "Cause", in: Noûs, 27/2, 1993.





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