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Hume, David (Ly - Pao)

* Lynch, M.P., Hume and the Limits of Reason, in: Hume-Studies, 22/1, 1996.

* Lyon, R., Notes on Hume's Philosophy of Political Economy, in: The Journal of the History of Ideas, 31, 1970 [in: D.W. Livingston & M. Martin (Hrsg.), Hume as Philosopher of Society, Politics, and History, Rochester 1991, S. 35-39].

* Lyons, J.C., General Rules and the Justification of Probable Belief in Hume’s “Treatise”, in: Hume-Studies, 27/2, 2001.

* MacCosh, J., The Agnosticism of Hume and Huxley, with a Notice of the Scottish School, London 1886.

* MacDiarmid, H., Hume. The Man of Almost Independent Mind, Edinburgh 1962.

* Mace, C.A., Hume's Doctrine of Causality, in: Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, 32, 1931-32.

* MacGilvray, E.B., Altruism in Hume's Treatise, in: The Philosophical Review, 12, 1903, S. 272-284.

* MacGlynn, J.V., The Two Scepticisms in Hume's "Treatise", in: The Thomist, 30, 1957, S. 417-446.

* MacIntyre, A.C., Hume on "Is" and "Ought", in: The Philosophical Review, 68, 1959 [in: V.C. Chappell (Hrsg.), Hume: A Collection of Critical Essays, New York 1966, S. 240-264; in: W. Hudson (Hrsg.), The Is-Ought Question, London 1969, S. 35-50].

* Mackie, J.L., Hume's Moral Theory, London 1980.

* MacLachlan, Ch., Hume and Matthew Prior’s “Alma”, in: Hume-Studies, 26/1, 2000.

* MacNabb, D.G.C., David Hume. His Theory of Knowledge and Morality, London 1951, Oxford 21966, 1973.

* MacQueen, D., Letters on Mr. Hume's History of Great Britain, Edinburgh 1756, [in: Scottish Enlightenment II, 12 Bde., Bristol 1991].

* Magri, T., Natural Obligation and Normative Motivation in Hume’s “Treatise”, in: Hume-Studies, 22/2, 1996.

* Mainzer, J., Die Lehre von der Einbildungskraft in Humes und Kants theoretischer Philosophie, Diss. Heidelberg 1881.

* Malherbe, M., Hume’s Natural History of Religion, in: Hume-Studies, 21/2, 1995.

* Malherbe, M., Kant ou Hume ou la raison et le sensible, Paris 1980.

* Malherbe, M., La philosophie empiriste de David Hume, Paris 1976.

* Malherbe, M., Qu'est que la causalité? Hume et Kant, Paris 1994.

* Mall, R.A., Der Induktionsbegriff. Hume und Husserl, in: Zeitschrift für philosophische Forschung, 29/1, 1975.

* Mall, R.A., Der operative Begriff des Geistes. Locke, Berkeley, Hume, Freiburg/München 1984.

* Mall, R.A., Die Ohnmacht der Vernunft in der Moral. Anmerkungen zu Hume und Schopenhauer, in: Schopenhauer-Jahrbuch, 72, 1991, S. 67-76.

* Mall, R.A., Experience and Reason. The Phenomenology of Husserl and Its Relation to Hume's Philosophy, Den Haag 1973.

* Mall, R.A., Humes Bild vom Menschen, Diss. Köln 1963.

* Mall, R.A., Humes Prinzipien- und Kants Kategoriensystem, in: Kant-Studien, 62/3, 1971.

* Man, D. de, Hume en Plotinus, in: Hermeneus, 17,

* Mandelbaum, M., Philosophy, Science, and Sense Perception, Baltimore 1964 (Essay 3).

* Manning, O., An Inquiry into the Grounds and Nature of the Several Species of Ratiocination in Which the Argument Made Use of in the Philosophical Essays of D. Hume, Esq., is occasionally Taken Notice of, London 1750, Bristol (reprint) 1989.

* Manzer, R.A., The Promise of Peace? Hume and Smith on the Effects of Commerce on Peace and War, in: Hume-Studies, 22/2, 1996.

* Marchie van Voorthuysen, H. du, David Hume, in: H. du Marchie van Voorthuysen, Nagelaten Geschriften, Arnhem 1886.

* Marcus, E., Kants Revolutionsprinzip. Eine exakte Lösung des Kant-Humeschen Erkenntnisproblems, insbesondere des Problems der Erscheinung und des "Ding an sich", Herford 1902.

* Markus, R.I., Hume: Reason and Moral Sense, in: Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, 13, 1952, S. 139-158.

* Martelaere, P. de, David Hume, Baarn 2000.

* Martelaere, P. de, De uitgelezen Hume, Amsterdam/Tielt

* Martelaere, P. de, Hume's "gematigd" scepticisme: futiel of fataal? Verhandelingen. Koninklijke Academie van Wetenschappen, Letteren en Schone Kunsten van België, Klasse der Letteren, 49, 123, Brussel 1987 [in: Tijdschrift voor Filosofie, 43, 1981, S. 427-464].

* Martin, J.J., Shaftesbury's and Hutcheson's Verhältnis zu Hume, Diss. Halle 1905.

* Martin, M.A., Utility and Morality. Adam Smith’s Critique of Hume, in: Hume-Studies, 16/2, 1990, S. 107-120.

* Marty, A., Humes und Kants Lehre vom Existentialsatz, in: Vierteljahrsschrift für wissenschaftliche Philosophie, 19, 1895, S. 19-32.

* Masaryk, Th.G., David Humes Skepsis und Wahrscheinlichkeitsrechnung, Wien 1884.

* Mascarenhas, V., Hume’s Recantation Revisited, in: Hume-Studies, 27/2, 2001.

* Maslev, C., A Defense of Humeanism from Nagel's Persimmon, in: Erkenntnis, 1/2002.

* Maund, C., Hume's Theory of Knowledge. A Critical Examination, London 1937, New York 1972.

* May, R., Humes Moralphilosophie unter chinesischem Einfluß, Stuttgart 2012.

* Mazza, E., Hume on the Index. Religion and the Early History of England, in: The Modern Schoolman, 84/4, 2008.

* McGee, R.W., The Economic Thought of David Hume, in: Hume-Studies, 15/1, 1989, S. 184-204.

* McIntyre, J.L., Hume: Second Newton of the Moral Sciences, in: Hume-Studies, 20/1, 1994.

* McIntyre, J.L., Hume’s Passions. Direct and Indirect, in: Hume-Studies, 26/1, 2000.

* McIntyre, J.L., Is Hume’s Self Consistent?, in: N. Capaldi & D.F. Norton & W.L. Robison (Hrsg.), McGill Hume Studies, San Diego 1979, S. 79-88.

* McLendon, H.J., Has Russell Answered Hume?, in: The Journal of Philosophy, 49, 1952, S. 145-159.

* McPherson, T., The Argument from Design, London 1972 [in: Philosophy, 32, 1957, S. 219-228].

* McRae, R., Hume as Political Philosopher, in: The Journal of the History of Ideas, 12/2, 1951, S. 285-290.

* Meeker, K., Hume. Radical Skeptic or Naturalized Epistemologist, in: Hume-Studies, 24/1, 1998.

* Mehigan, T., „Betwixt a False Reason and None at All“. Kleist, Hume, Kant, and the „Thing in Itself“, in: B. Fischer (Hrsg.), A Companion to the Works of Heinrich von Kleist, Rochester 2003, S. 165-188.

* Meinardus, H., David Hume als Religionsphilosoph, Diss., Erlangen 1897.

* Meinicke, M., Die Wurzeln der Religion im menschlichen Gemüt nach David Hume. Mit einem vergleichenden Blick auf Kant, Programm Eisenach 1914.

* Meinong, A., Hume-Studien. 2 Bde. (Zur Geschichte und Kritik des modernen Nominalismus / Zur Relationstheorie), Wien 1877/82.

* Melle, M.A. v., Beschouwingen naar aanleiding van David Hume en zijn leer van het kenvermogen. Antrittsvorlesung, Amsterdam 1901.

* Mercado, J.A., Entre el interés y la benevolencia. La ética de David Hume, Bern 2013.

* Mercer, P., Sympathy and Ethics. A Study of the Relationship between Sympathy and Morality, with Special Reference to Hume's "Treatise", Oxford 1972.

* Merlan, Ph., Hamann et les Dialogues de Hume, in: Revue de Métaphysique et de Morale, 59, 1954, S. 285-289.

* Merlan, Ph., Hume and Hamann, in: The Personalist, 32, 1951, S. 11-18.

* Merleker, M., Humes Begriff der Realität, Halle 1920 (Erdmanns Abhandlungen zur Philosophie und ihrer Geschichte, H. 52), Hildesheim (reprint) 1981.

* Merrill, K.R. & Shahan, R.S. (Hrsg.), David Hume: Many-Sided Genius, Norman 1976.

* Metz, R., David Hume. Leben und Philosophie, Stuttgart 1929, Stuttgart/Bad Cannstatt (reprint) 1968.

* Meyer, E., Humes und Berkeleys Philosophie der Mathematik vergleichend und kritisch dargestellt, Halle 1894 (Erdmanns Abhandlungen zur Philosophie und ihrer Geschichte, H. 3), Hildesheim (reprint) 1980.

* Meyer, P.H., Hume in Eighteenth-Century France, Columbia 1954.

* Michalck, M., Die Philosophie der Mathematik bei Hume und Kant. Eine erkenntnistheoretische Untersuchung, Diss. Wien 1946.

* Mijuskovic, B., Hume and Shaftesbury on the Self, in: The Philosophical Quartely, 1971.

* Miller, D.S., Philosophy and Ideology in Hume's Political Thought, Oxford 1981.

* Miller, D.S., Professor Donald Williams versus Hume, in: The Journal of Philosophy, 1947.

* Miller, D.S., Social Justice, Oxford 1976 (Kap. 5).

* Miller, E.F., Hume on Liberty in the Successive English Consti­tutions, in: N. Capaldi & D.W. Livingston (Hrsg.), Liberty in Hume's "History of England", Dordrecht 1990.

* Miller, E.F., Hume’s Reduction of Cause to Sign, in: The New Scholasticism, 53/1, 1979.

* Millgram, E., Was Hume a Humean?, in: Hume-Studies, 21/1, 1995.

* Millican, P., Hume, Causal Realism, and Causal Science, in: Mind, 118, 2009, S. 647-712.

* Millican, P. (Hrsg.), Reading Hume on Human Understanding. Essays on the First Enquiry, Oxford 2001.

* Milner, J., Gibbon's Account of Christianity Considered together with Some Strictures of Hume's Dialogues concerning Natural Religion, York 1781 [in: Scottish Enlightenment I, 8 Bde., Bristol 1989].

* Mirkin, I., Hat Kant Hume widerlegt? Eine erkenntnistheoretische Untersuchung, Diss. Bonn 1902, Halle 1902.

* Monteiro, J.P., Hume, Induction, and Single Experiments, in: Grazer Philosophische Studien, 56, 1998/99.

* Monteiro, J.P., Hume’s Empiricism and the Rationality of Induction, in: J. Hintikka & R. Neville & A. Olson & E. Sosa (Hrsg.), Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy 1998, Bd. VII: Modern Philosophy, 2000.

* Moore, G.E., Hume's Philosophy, in: The New Quarterly, 2, 1909, S. 545-565 [in: G.E. Moore, Philosophical Studies, London 1922].

* Moore, J., Hume's Theory of Justice and Property, in: Political Studies, 24, 1976.

* Morris, C.R., Locke, Berkeley, Hume, London 1931.

* Morris, W.E., Humean Reason and the Problem of Warrant, in: Hume-Studies, 26/2, 2000.

* Morrisroe, M., Characterization as Rhetorical Device in Hume's "Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion", in: Enlightenment Essays, 1, 1970, S. 95-107.

* Morrisroe, M., Hume's Rhetorical Strategy: A Solution to the Riddle of the "Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion", in: Texas Studies in Literature and Language, 11, 1969, S. 963-974.

* Morrow, G.R., The Significance of the Doctrine of Symnpathy in Hume and Adam Smith, in: The Philosophical Review, 32, 1923, S. 60-78.

* Mossner, E.C., An Apology for David Hume, Historian, in: in: Publications of the Modern Language Association of America (PMLA), 56/3, 1941, S. 657-690.

* Mossner, E.C., Beattie's "The Castle of Scepticism": An Unpublished Allegory against Hume, Voltaire, and Hobbes, in: University of Texas Studies in English, 27, 1948, S. 108-145.

* Mossner, E.C., Hume and the Legacy of the "Dialogues", in: G.P. Morice (Hrsg.), David Hume. Bicentary Papers, Edinburgh 1977, S. 1-22.

* Mossner, E.C., Hume's "Dialogues concerning Natural Religion". An Answer to Dr. Laing, in: Philosophy, 13, 1938, S. 84-86.

* Mossner, E.C., Hume's Epistle to Dr. Arbuthnot, 1734: The Biographical Significance, in: The Huntington Library Quarterly, 7, 1943/44, S. 135-152.

* Mossner, E.C., Hume's "Four Dissertations": An Essay in Biography and Bibliography, in: Modern Philology, 46, 1950, S. 37-57.

* Mossner, E.C., "Of the Principle of Moral Estimation: A Discourse Between David Hume, Robert Clerk, and Adam Smith": An Unpublished Manuscript by Adam Ferguson, in: The Journal of the History of Ideas, 21, 1960, S. 222-232.

* Mossner, E.C., The Continental Reception of Hume's "Treatise", 1739-1741, in: Mind, 56, 1947, S. 31-43.

* Mossner, E.C., The Enigma of Hume, in: Mind, 45, 1936, S. 334-349.

* Mossner, E.C., The Forgotten Hume (Le Bon David), New York 1943, Bristol (reprint) 1990.

* Mossner, E.C., The Life of David Hume, Austin 1954, Oxford 1980.

* Mossner, E.C., The Religion of David Hume, in: The Journal of the History of Ideas, 39, 1978, S. 653-663.

* Mossner, E.C., Was Hume a Tory Historian? Facts and Reconsiderations, in: The Journal of the History of Ideas, 2/2, 1941, S. 225-236.

* Mounce, H.O., Hume's Naturalism, London 1999.

* Mound, C., Hume's Theory of Knowledge, New York 1972.

* Mourant, J.A., Correspondence on Hume, in: The Journal of Religion, 40/1, 1960.

* Mouton, D.L., Hume and Descartes on Self-Acquaintance, in: Dialogue, 13/2, 1974, S. 255-269.

* Müller, F., David Humes Stellung zum Deismus, Diss., Leipzig 1906.

* Müller, G., David Humes Typologie der Philosophen und der Lebensformen, Frankfurt(M.)/Bern/Cirencester 1980.

* Muller, J.Z., Conservatism. An Anthology of Social and Political Thought from David Hume to the Present,

* Murphy, J.G., Hume and Kant on the Social Contract, in: Philosophical Studies, 33, 1978, S. 65-79.

* Murphy, R.T., Hume and Husserl. Towards Radical Subjectivism, Den Haag 1980 (Phaenomenologica, 79).

* Mwaipaya, P.A., The Foundations of Hume's Philosophy, Aldershot 1999.

* Nadler, St., “No Necessary Connection”. The Medieval Roots of the Occasionalist Roots of Hume, in: The Monist, 79/3, 1996 (Themaheft: Causality before Hume).

* Nathan, G.J., God in Hume's Theism, in: D.W. Livingston & J.T. King (Hrsg.), Hume. A Re-evaluation, New York 1976, S. 126-149.

* Nathan, G.J., Hume's Immanent God, in: V. Chappell (Hrsg.), Hume. A Collection of Critical Essays, New York 1966, S. 396-423.

* Nathan, G.J., The Existence and Nature of Hume's Theism, in: D. Livingston & J. King (Hrsg.), Hume. A Re-Evaluation, New York 1976, S. 123-149.

* Nathanson, H., Die Existenzbegriffe Humes, Diss., Berlin 1904.

* Naulty, R.A. & Sheehan, P.J., Hume, Price, and Testimony, in: Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, 35, 1975, S. 376-384.

* Neill, A., “An Unaccountable Pleasure”. Hume on Tragedy and the Passions, in: Hume-Studies, 24/2, 1998.

* Nelson, J.O., The Authorship of the “Abstract” Revisited, in: Hume-Studies, 17/1, 1991, S. 83-86.

* Nelson, J.O., Two Main Questions Concerning Hume's Treatise and Inquiry, in: The Philosophical Review, 81, 1972.

* Neu, J., Emotion, Thought and Therapy. A Study of Hume and Spinoza and the Relationship of Philosophical Theories of the Emotions to Psychological Theories of Therapy, London 1977.

* Neuhaus, K., Humes Lehre von den Prinzipien der Ethik, in: Zeitschrift für Philosophie und philosophische Kritik, 135, 1909.

* Newman, R., Hume on Space and Time, in: Hume-Studies, 7/1, 1981, S. 1-31.

* Nilsson, P., Pain, Pity, and Motivation. Spinoza, Hume, and Schopenhauer, in: Schopenhauer-Jahrbuch, 95, 2014, S. 29-50.

* Noonan, H.W., Routlegde Philosophy Guidebook to Hume on Knowlegde, London 1999.

* Norton, D.F. (Hrsg.), David Hume. Common-Sense Moralist, Sceptical Metaphysician, Princeton (N.J.) 1982.

* Norton, D.F. Hume and Hutcheson. The Question of Influence, in: D. Garber & St. Nadler (Hrsg.), Oxford Studies in Early Modern Philosophy, Bd. II, Oxford 2005.

* Norton, D.F. (Hrsg.), The Cambridge Companion to Hume, Cambridge 1993.

* Norton, D.F., The David Hume Library, 1996.

* Norton, D.F. & M.J., Substantive Differences between Two Texts of Hume’s “Treatise”, in: Hume-Studies, 26/2, 2000.

* Noxon, J., Hume's Agnosticism, in: V.C. Chappell (Hrsg.), Hume: A Collection of Critical Essays, London 1968, S. 361-383.

* Noxon, J., Hume's Philosophical Development. A Study of his Methods, Oxford 1973, 21975.

* Noxon, J., In Defense of Hume's Agnosticism, in: The Journal of the History of Philosophy, 14, 1976, S.469-473.

* Nuchelmans, G., David Hume, Baarn 1965.

* Nuyen, A.T., Sense, Passions, and Morals in Hume and Kant, in: Kant-Studien, 82/1, 1991.

* Nuyen, A.T., Sense, Reason, and Causality in Hume and Kant, in: Kant-Studien, 81, 1990, S. 57-68.

* Nwancha, B.Ch., David Hume's Theory of Emotions, Aachen 2003.

* Oake, R.B., Montesquieu and Hume, in: The Modern Language Quarterly, 2/1, 1941, S. 25-41.

* O'Connor, D., Routlegde Philosophy Guidebook to Hume on Religion, London 2001.

* O’Connor, D., Skepticism and Philo’s Atheistic Preference, in: Hume-Studies, 29/2, 2003.

* O’Day, K., Hume’s Distinction between the Natural and Artificial Virtues, in: Hume-Studies, 20/1, 1994.

* Oettinger-Wallerstein, M., Humes These. Ein Klärungsversuch in der Sein-Sollen-Debatte, Würzburg 2008.

* Øfsti, A., Anschauung, Verstand und singuläre Referenz. Von Hume zu Kant, Strawson und Tugendhat, in: W.-J. Crumm & W. Kellerwessel & D. Krause & H.-Ch. Kupfer (Hrsg.), Diskurs und Reflexion, Würzburg 2005.

* O'Higgins, J., Hume and the Deists. A Contrast in Religious Approaches, in: The Journal of Theological Studies, 22, 1971, S. 479-501.

* Ohlendorf, L., Humes Affektenlehre, Diss., Erlangen 1903.

* Okasha, S., Does Hume’s Argument against Induction Rest on a Quantifier-Shift Fallacy?, in: Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, 105/1, 2005, S. 237-255.

* Okie, L., Ideology and Partiality in David Hume’s “History of England”, in: Hume-Studies, 11/1, 1985, S. 1-32.

* Orayen, R., Ensayos actuales sobre Adam Smith y David Hume, Buenos Aires 1978.

* Orr, J., David Hume and His Influence on Philosophy and Theology, Edinburgh 1903, Bristol (reprint) 1990.

* Osborne, G., Humean Responses to Kant on Our Putative Awareness of Objective Succession, in: G. Almeida & V. v. Rohden & M. Ruffing & R.R. Terra (Hrsg.), Recht und Frieden in der Philosophie Kants. Akten des X. Internationalen Kant-Kongresses, Berlin/New York 2008, Bd. II, S. 551-560.

* Ottow, R., David Hume. Moralische, politische und literarische Essays, in: M. Brocker (Hrsg.), Geschichte des politischen Denkens. Ein Handbuch, Frankfurt/M. 2007, S. 288-302.

* Owen, D.W.D. (Hrsg.), Hume. General Philosophy, Aldershot 2000.

* Owen, D.W.D., Hume's Reason, Oxford 1999.

* Pagini, G., La philosophie du "Dictionnaire" dans les "Dialogues" de Hume. Une clef pour la palinodie de Philon?, in: Aufklärung, 16, 2004.

* Palgrave, F., Hume and His Influence upon History, in: The Quarterly Review, 73, London 1844, S. 536-592.

* Palter, R., Hume on Prejudice, in: Hume-Studies, 21/1, 1995.

* Panknin, H., Die transzendentale Bedeutung der Kraft in der Erkenntnistheorie Lockes und Humes, Bern 1992.

* Paoli, A., Hume e il principio di causa, Milano 1882.





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