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Hume’s Problem of Induction

Patrick Brissey exposes a major unprovable assumption at the core of science.
[Issue 160: February/March 2024: Articles]

Some Solid Ideas

Bharatwaj Iyer examines substance with the help of Hume & Vedantic philosophy.
[Issue 132: June/July 2019: West Meets East]

Solid Ground

by Clinton Van Inman
[Issue 132: June/July 2019: Poetry]

Berkeley’s & Hume’s Philosophical Memoirs

David Berman looks for similarities and differences in the aims of the two thinkers.
[Issue 120: June/July 2017: Articles]

David Hume (1711-1776)

Alistair MacFarlane treats of the life of a great Scot.
[Issue 119: April/May 2017: Brief Lives]

How I Solved Hume’s Problem and Why Nobody Will Believe Me

Eugene Earnshaw saves Western philosophy.
[Issue 119: April/May 2017: Articles]

Hegel & Hume Talk It Over

Chris Christensen watches Hume and Hegel argue about how they can have knowledge of reality.
[Issue 117: December 2016 / January 2017: Fiction]

Justifying Our Moral Judgments

Thomas Dabay combines the ideas of David Hume and Immanuel Kant to help show how we can be right about what’s right.
[Issue 112: February/March 2016: Articles]

A Justification of Empirical Thinking

Arnold Zuboff tells us why we should believe our senses.
[Issue 102: May/June 2014: Articles]

Causes As (Local) Oomph

Raymond Tallis hunts for the source of causation.
[Issue 100: January/February 2014: Tallis in Wonderland]

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