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An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding

David Hume (1711-1776)

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1. 01 – Of the Different Species of Philosophy
2. 02 – On the Origin of Ideas
3. 03 – Of the Association of Ideas
4. 04 – Sceptical Doubts Concerning the Operations of the Understanding, Pt. 1
5. 05 – Sceptical Doubts Concerning the Operations of the Understanding, Pt. 2
6. 06 – Sceptical Solution of These Doubts, Pt. 1
7. 07 – Sceptical Solution of These Doubts, Pt. 2
8. 08 – Of Probability
9. 09 – Of the Idea of Necessary Connexion, Pt. 1
10. 10 – Of The Idea of Necessary Connexion, Pt. 2
11. 11 – Of Liberty and Necessity, Pt. 1
12. 12 – Of Liberty and Necessity, Pt. 2
13. 13 – Of the Reason of Animals
14. 14 – Of Miracles, Pt. 1
15. 15 – Of Miracles, Pt. 2
16. 16 – Of A Particular Providence and of a Future State
17. 17 – Of the Academical or Sceptical Philosopy, Pt. 1
18. 18 – Of the Academical or Sceptical Philosophy, Pt. 2
19. 19 – Of the Academical or Sceptical Philosophy, Pt. 3

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Summary

The Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding is a shortened and simplified version of Hume’s masterpiece A Treatise of Human Nature. It sought to reach a wider audience, and to dispel some of the virulent criticism addressed toward the former book. In it, Hume explains his theory of epistemology, and argues against other current theories, including those of John Locke, George Berkeley, and Nicolas Malebranche.