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Writings on Religion (Paul Carus Student Editions) Paperback – January 13, 1999

ISBN-13: 978-0812691122 ISBN-10: 0812691121

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Penetrating, ironic, and witty, David Hume's writings on religion scandalized his contemporaries. Ever since Hume, traditional religious doctrines have been intellectually on the defensive. Yet these writings have also provided some materials for conducting the defense, and have raised conceptual problems still unresolved. This volume contains all of Hume's works specifically on religion: the superb Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion and Natural History of Religion, along with six shorter pieces: Of a Particular Providence and of a Future State; Of Miracles; Of Suicide; Of the Immortality of the Soul; A Note on the Profession of Priest; and Of Superstition and Enthusiasm. Introductions and notes are by Antony Flew, author of Hume's Philosophy of Belief (1961) and David Hume: Philosopher of Moral Science (1986). -- Midwest Book Review

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