Routledge Philosophy Guidebook to Hume on Morality [Book Review]

Hume Studies 27 (2):342-344 (2001)
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Hume on Morality will appeal, I assume, to two types of readers: those who are interested primarily in Hume, and seek to broaden their understanding of his philosophy by discovering what he has to say about morality; and those who are interested primarily in morality, and wish to deepen their knowledge of this by finding out what Hume thought about the subject. I doubt that either type will find James Baillie’s book entirely satisfactory, in spite of its undoubted merits; in what follows I’ll attempt to ground such doubts, giving an indication of the content of Baillie’s text as I progress.



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