Hume Studies in Britain
Hosted by the British Society for the History of Philosophy in collaboration with The Mind Association and The Foundation for Intellectual History.
About this Conference
Location: Newnham College / Department of History and Philosophy of Science, Cambridge, U.K.
Dates: 14-15 September 2000
Organizers: Marina Frasca-Spade (Cambridge) and Peter Kail (Cambridge)
- Martin Bell (Manchester Metropolitan University): Transcendental Empiricism? Deleuze's reading of Hume
- Edward J Craig (University of Cambridge): Hume - Projectivist and Realist?
- Marina Frasca-Spada (University of Cambridge): Quixotic Confusions and Hume’s Imagination
- Susan James (Birkbeck College, London): Hume on the Passions
- Peter J. E. Kail (University of Cambridge): Animal or Angel? Hume contra Malebranche
- Susan Manning (University of Edinburgh): Hume's Fragments of Union and Scottish Enlightenment Fiction
- Michael Martin (University College, London): Hume's Scepticism with Regard to the Senses
- Isabelle Rivers (St-Hughs College, Oxford): Hume and 'The Whole Duty of Man'
- Mark Sainsbury (King’s College London): Hume on the Reality of Relations
- Richard Serjeantson (Trinity College, Cambridge): Rule and Circumstance in Hume
- M A Stewart (Lancaster University): Hume's Intellectual Development
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