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  1. The Notorious Dr. Middleton: David Hume and the Ninewells Years.Tim Stuart-Buttle - forthcoming - History of European Ideas:1-28.
  • David Hume, the Académie des Inscriptions and the Nature of Historical Evidence in the Early Eighteenth Century.Pedro Faria - 2021 - Modern Intellectual History 18 (2):299-322.
    Philosophical history became the Enlightenment genre of historical writing par excellence supposedly by “defeating” established humanist erudite history and antiquarianism. This article argues that, contrary to established perceptions, philosophical history developed out of a concern expressed by early eighteenth-century erudite historians about the nature of historical evidence: both David Hume—leading philosophical historian—and the members of the French erudite Académie des inscriptions et belles lettres shared a broadly Lockean approach to historical evidence, choosing verisimilitude to common experience as the key criterion (...)
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  • Caught in the Crossfire of Early Modern Controversy: Strabo on Moses and His Corrupt Successors.Sundar Henny - 2018 - Intellectual History Review 28 (1):35-59.
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