Edward Hall

Sep 30, 2022

On David Hume's "A Treatise of Human Nature"

A Discussion with Edward Hall

New Books Network 2022

In 1739, Scottish philosopher David Hume set out to chart the nature and limits of human knowledge. He published his theories and findings in what would become one of philosophy’s most influential works, A Treatise of Human Nature. Professor Edward Hall is the Department Chair of Harvard University’s Department of Philosophy. His work focuses on metaphysics and epistemology, overlapping with philosophy of science. See more information on our website, WritLarge.fm.

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