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Hume, with Helps to the study of Berkeley : essays / by Thomas H. Huxley.
- Huxley, Thomas Henry, 1825-1895.
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London : Macmillan, 1894.
xiv, 319 pages ; 19 cm.
Part I. Hume's life (2 essays).--Part II. Hume's philosophy. 1. The object and scope of philosophy.--2. The contents of the mind.--3. The origin of the impressions.--4. The classification and the nomenclature of mental operations.--5. The mental phenomena of animals.--6. Language: propositions concerning necessary truths.--7. The order of nature: miracles.--8. Theism: evolution of theology.--9. The soul: the doctrine of immortality.--10. Volition: liberty and necessity.--11. The principles of morals.--[Part III] Helps to the study of Berkeley (2 essays)