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Index From Hume and the Enlightenment

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INDEX
acalculia, 8, 111–14aesthetics, 6–7, 65–6, 71–6beauty, 23, 72–4, 161sublime, 6, 23, 65–6, 72–6Age o Reason, 3–4, 14–16, 19
see also
EnlightenmentAmerican
Declaration o Independence
, 23,57, 128, 129
a posteriori
, 42, 68, 128–9
a priori
, 5, 7, 42–3, 58, 68, 79, 81, 83–4, 87,93, 128Aristotelianism, 40, 85–6, 94Aristotle, 39, 68, 70, 76, 127
Physics
, 70associations, associative processes, 10, 171,180, 182–3Astell, Mary, 40Bacon, Francis, 17–19, 37
T e
 
Great Instauration
, 17Baier, Annette, 8, 117, 122, 157, 163–5,169, 184Ball, John, 27–8Barbauld, Anna Laetitia, 51Bayle, Pierre, 69–70, 107
Historical and Critical Dictionary
, 69,107Beccaria, Cesare, 22, 31
On Crimes and Punishments
, 31belie, 2, 8, 11, 19, 77, 82, 123, 172–6, 180,183–5belie-desire theory o motivation, 4benevolence, 32–3, 119, 132, 149, 160Bentham, Jeremy, 31Berkeley, George, Bishop o Cloyne, 18, 106,175Berlin, Isaiah, 5, 59
Berlin Monthly
, 16, 58Boileau-Despréaux, Nicolas, 73
L’Art Poétique
, 73Bolingbroke, Henry St John, Viscount, 43Bonnie Prince Charlie [Prince CharlesEdward Stuart], 55Brahmins, 103Burke, Edmund, 23, 47, 66, 72, 76Calvinism, 92, 98, 101Calvinist Protestantism, 101Cantor, Georg, 67Cartesian, 7–8, 15–16, 19, 107–8, 110–13
see also
DescartesCatherine the Great, 22, 31
Bolshoy Nakaz
, 22causation, cause and e ect, 1, 13–14, 61, 84causal chain, 85–7constant conjunction, 85–7chance, 80, 85–6, 181Charles I, 5, 46, 50Christianity, 37, 100
see also
Religion, revealedCicero, Marcus ullius, 98–9, 104
De Natura Deorum
, 98Civil War, English, 28, 46–7, 55, 62Clarke, Samuel, 37, 44, 60
A Demonstration o the Being and Attributes o God 
, 37communism, 57Condillac, Etienne Bonnot de, 17
Essay on the Origin o Human Knowledge
,17Cognition, 65, 67, 75–6, 180, 184–5Cohon, Rachael, 157, 163–5, 169concepts, conceptions
see also
ideas, 44,65–6, 68, 72, 173–9, 182, 184
 
224
Hume and the Enlightenment 
convention, 121–2, 132–7, 139–42, 147,151cooperation, 9, 131–2, 134, 140, 142–8,150–3, 155copy principle, 6, 10, 159, 162, 164, 166–9,171, 174–6, 178–9, 184
see also
resemblanceCosmological–Ontological argument
see
God, existence o Cromwell, Oliver, 24–5, 48Cruelty, 8, 27, 117–18, 121–4, 129, 131Cudworth, Ralph, 60
A reatise concerning Eternal and Immutable Morality
, 60custom, 49–50, 77, 99, 133, 153, 173,180–2
see also
habitd’Alembert, Jean Le Rond, 1, 4, 13, 17, 21,40Darwin, Charles, 58, 71
Origin o Species
, 71
Declaration o the Rights o Man and Citizen
,56democracy, 5, 22, 29, 48–50, 53–4, 56–7,59, 63Descartes, René, 7–8, 16–17, 40, 89,106–10, 113, 115
Discourse on Method 
, 16
Meditations on First Philosophy
, 16
Rules or the Direction o the Mind 
, 107–8design argument
see
God, existence o Dickens, Charles, 93
Bleak House
, 93Diderot, Denis, 1, 22, 37, 40Douglass, Frederick, 119–24, 129
T e Narrative o the Lie o FrederickDouglass, an American Slave
, 120dogmatism, 7, 11, 40, 78–9, 172, 176, 179,184Edict o Nantes, 37education, 9, 16, 46–7, 56, 59–60, 139egalitarianism, 28, 55Elliot, Gilbert, 100empiricism, 4–6, 14, 19–20, 41, 53–5,58–60, 65–8, 70–6, 173–6, 179empirical standpoint, 66
Encyclopédie,
1, 17, 37
see also
Diderot
and 
d’AlembertEnlightenmentDutch, 2, 37English, 1, 17, 37French, 1, 2, 4, 13, 15–19, 37German, 2Italian, 2moderate, 6, 23, 36–7, 53, 55radical, 1, 6, 31, 36–7, 53, 55, 57, 63Scottish, 1, 61, 68, 96–7, 141, 157Epictetus, 78epistemology, 73, 106, 108, 172Erasmus, Desiderius, 96, 104
T e Praise o Folly
, 104Euclidean geometry, 67
ex nihilo nihil f
, 80, 85ancy (antastic)
see
imaginationFerguson, Adam, 92Frederick the Great, 22reedom, 4, 24–5, 27, 29, 30, 40–51, 59–60,62, 124–5, 128, 145–6ree-rider problem, 141Frye, Northrop, 93Gibbon, Edward, 61, 101Glorious Revolution, 24, 36God, 42–5, 40, 50, 76, 92, 98, 100, 128,153, 160attributes o, 81, 87existence o, 81–4, 87cosmological-ontological argument,7, 79–81, 83, 85, 87design argument, 78–9Habermas, Jürgen, 15habit, 1, 3, 44, 85, 94, 133, 148, 167, 173,180
see also
customHeine, Heinrich, 17
On the History o Religion and Philosophyin Germany
, 17Hobbes, T omas, 18, 28, 37, 40, 94, 147–8,151
T e Elements o Law
, 18Homer, 167
Te Odyssey
, 73
 
 
Index 
225Hume, Davidas ironist, 92–3
A Dissertation on the Passions
, 163–4
A Letter om a Gentleman to His Friend in Edinburgh
, 37
A reatise o Human Nature
, 7–8, 10, 20,26, 33, 41, 66, 68–70, 75, 82, 85–6,88, 106–7, 109, 157–9, 161, 163–4,167, 169, 171, 181
An Abstract o a Work Lately Published,Entituled, A reatise o HumanNature
, 158
An Enquiry concerning Human Under-standing 
, 7, 26, 30, 39, 68–70, 78, 82,88–9, 107, 158, 164
An Enquiry concerning the Principles o  Morals
, 32–3, 157, 164,
Dialogues concerning Natural Religion
, 7,30, 77–9, 82, 84, 87–9, 91–3, 95–8,104
Essays and reatises on Several Subjects
, 70
Essays Moral, Political and Literary
, 47
T e History o England 
, 5, 13, 24, 50, 96,117
T e Natural History o Religion
, 96Hutcheson, Francis, 27, 33, 74ideas, 6, 10–11, 41–2, 65, 67, 69–70, 72, 75,77, 157–63, 165–9, 171–2, 174–84ctitious, 10, 178–82triggered by sensations, 11, 171, 173–4,176–9, 182–4vivacity or liveliness, 82, 152, 158s
ee also
conceptsimages, 70, 158, 171imagination, 1–3, 34, 66, 74–6, 99, 134,160–1, 180–2impressions, 158–9o ref ection (see also passions), 6, 10, 70,19, 160–2, 164–9o sensation, 6, 11, 65, 69–70, 160–1,171–2, 174–84inkspot experiment, 69internalism, 125, 127intuition, 107–10, 112–13, 124, 152James I [James VI o Scotland], 5, 24, 46–7justice, 4, 9–10, 31–4, 49–50, 121, 129,135–7, 139–42, 143–55as
modus vivendi
, 151–2
see also
virtue, arti cialJohnson, Samuel, 18, 96, 101–2, 104
Rasselas
, 102, 104Kant, Immanuel, 4–6, 8, 10, 14, 16–17, 23,27, 41–4, 49, 54, 57–8, 60–1, 72–3, 76,117, 121–3, 125–7, 129, 146, 152, 154
Critique o Judgement 
, 6, 73
Critique o Pure Reason
, 17
Groundwork o the Metaphysics o Morals
,42–3Korsgaard, Christine, 125–7, 129La Mettrie, Julien O ray de, 16
Man the Machine
, 16Leibniz, Gottried, 71, 106liberalism, 143–4, 146, 152liberty
see
reedomLocke, John, 17–19, 36–7, 59–61, 74, 106–7
Essay concerning Human Understanding 
,17, 37
wo reatises o Government 
, 36Longinus, Cassius, 73
On the Sublime
, 73Lucian, 93–8, 104
see also
satireLucretius [itus Lucretius Carus], 28
De Rerum Natura
, 28Luxemburg, Rosa, 21Macaulay, Catharine Graham, 5–6, 39–51,53–4, 57, 60–1, 64
A reatise on the Immutability o Moral ruth
, 43, 45, 60
History o England 
, 43
Letters on Education
, 46McDowell, John, 126–7materialism, 16, 18–19, 28, 95mathematics, 81, 107empiricist, 6–7, 65–9, 71, 76classical, 67–71in nite divisibility, 6, 66–70, 72in nity, 6, 65, 67–70, 72, 76, 80articial, 76potential, 76memory, 66, 99, 108–10, 112–14, 160–1,180, 182Mendelssohn, Moses, 59

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