Introduction to David Hume's Treatise of Human Nature Book One


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Dr Peter Millican gives a series of lectures looking at Scottish 18th Century Philosopher David Hume and the first book of his Treatise of Human Nature.

Chapters

1a. Hume's Theory of Ideas and the Faculties 20:43 Read by Peter Millican
1b. The Theory of Ideas 32:02 Read by Peter Millican
1c. Hume's Faculty Psychology 28:27 Read by Peter Millican
2. Hume's Theory of Relations 20:20 Read by Peter Millican
3a. Hume's Theory of General (or Abstract) Ideas 22:10 Read by Peter Millican
3b. Space and Time 27:21 Read by Peter Millican
4a. Relations, and a Detour to the Causal Maxim 20:37 Read by Peter Millican
4b. The Argument Concerning Induction 35:51 Read by Peter Millican
4c. Belief and Probability 29:03 Read by Peter Millican
4d. Of the Necessary Connection 36:03 Read by Peter Millican
4e. Understanding Hume on Causation 25:54 Read by Peter Millican
4f. The Point of Hume's Analysis of Causation 9:06 Read by Peter Millican
5a. Of Skepticism with Regard to Reason 16:18 Read by Peter Millican
5b. Of Skepticism with Regard to the Senses 24:33 Read by Peter Millican
5c. Of the Ancient and Modern Philosophies 52:05 Read by Peter Millican