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Being a fuss-pot,
This review is from: A Treatise of Human Nature: Being an Attempt to Introduce the Experimental Method of Reasoning into Moral Subjects (Penguin Classics) (Paperback)
Having only ordered this work, I cannot contribute an opinion of quality or content. Sad as I am, this will comprise part of my holiday reading. My contention is that the work is described as a major contribution to the tome of English philosophy. Most will be aware of it as the major work of the nascent Scottish Enlightenment.
Sorry to be so pernickety.
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Initial post: 28 Dec 2008 23:22:13 GMT
Mr President says:
Most pointless review ever!
Posted on 8 Oct 2009 07:47:31 BDT
Mr. Dj Buttle says:
And wrong! Hume considered himself 'English' in the broadest sense, hence he wrote a history of England.
Posted on 29 Jul 2010 19:54:08 BDT
J. Mero says:
"Sorry to be so pernickety."
'Feeble' was the word you really looked for, by the sound of it.
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