Hume Studies 41 (2):263-288 (2015)

Peter Thielke
Pomona College
Kant famously noted that a memory of Hume "interrupted" his dogmatic slumbers, an alarm commonly taken to have been sounded by the challenge Hume raised against the rational foundations of causal connections. The Prolegomena's discussion of the role played by Hume's skepticism in the development of the critical philosophy makes it relatively easy to see how to formulate something along the lines of "Kant's response to Hume," and a great deal of ink and toil have been devoted to debates about the success of this project. Developing "Hume's response to Kant" is a bit trickier, not least because by the time Kant's views were made available, Hume had succumbed to a slumber much more permanent and literal than the...
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