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A Treatise on Human Nature

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A Treatise on Human Nature by David Hume

In A Treatise on Human Nature, Scottish philosopher David Hume examines the psychological influences on human nature. Taking a naturalistic position, Hume posited that human nature is guided by desire rather than rational thought, and that humans could only have knowledge of those things that they themselves directly experienced.

Published in 1738, A Treatise on Human Nature is considered one of the most important philosophical works published, and it became highly influential on later moral philosophy because of Hume's theory of free will as being determined by an individual's own motivation.

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Pages: 519
Size: 563 KB
Publisher: HarperTorch
Date published:   2014
ISBN: 9781443438551 (DRM-EPUB)

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