David Hume
David Hume
In all determinations of morality, this circumstance of public utility is ever principally in view; and wherever disputes arise, either in philosophy or common life, concerning the bounds of duty, the question cannot, by any means, be decided with greater certainty, than by ascertaining, on any side, the true interests of mankind.

Writings by David Hume
[complete works]
·  The Philosophical Works of David Hume. Edinburgh, 1854, vol. 1.
·  The Philosophical Works of David Hume. Edinburgh, 1854, vol. 2.
·  The Philosophical Works of David Hume. Edinburgh, 1854, vol. 4.
[books]
·  An Abstract of a Book Lately Published, Entitled A Treatise of Human Nature. London, 1740.
·  A Treatise of Human Nature. London, 1740.
·  Three Essays, Moral and Political [Of National Characters + Of the Original Contract + Of Passive Obedience]. 1748.
·  An Enquiry Concerning the Principles of Morals. London, 1751.
·  Four Dissertations. [Natural History of Religion + Dissertation of the Passions + Tragedy + Standard of Taste]. London, 1757.
·  An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding. London, 1748.
·  Essays, Moral, Political, and Literary. London & Edinburgh, 1777.
·  The Life of David Hume, Esq. Written by Himself. London, 1777.
·  Two Essays [Of Suicide + Of the Immortality of the Soul]. 1777.
·  Dialogues concerning Natural Religion. London, 1779.
·  The History of England. vol. 1. London, 1762.
·  The History of England. vol. 2. London, 1762.
·  The History of England. vol. 3. London, 1759.
·  The History of England. vol. 4. London, 1759.
·  The History of England. vol. 5. Edinburgh, 1757.
·  The History of England. vol. 6. London, 1754.
·  The History of England. (abridged).
·  The History of England. (selections).
[articles]
·  An Account of the Controversy between Mr. Hume and Mr. Rousseau [original (French) version].
·  Of Impudence and Modesty. Edinburgh, 1741.
·  Of the Delicacy of Taste and Passion. Edinburgh, 1742.
·  Of the Dignity of Meanness of Human Nature. Edinburgh, 1742.
·  Of Eloquence. Edinburgh, 1742.
·  The Epicurean. Edinburgh, 1742.
·  Of Essay-Writing. Edinburgh, 1742.
·  Of the First Principles of Government. Edinburgh, 1742.
·  A Character of Sir Robert Walpole. Edinburgh, 1742.
·  Of Civil Liberty. Edinburgh, 1742.
·  Of Avarice. Edinburgh, 1742.
·  Of Moral Prejudices. Edinburgh, 1742.
·  Of the Origin of Government. Edinburgh, 1742.
·  Of Parties in General. Edinburgh, 1742.
·  Of National Characters. 1742.
·  Of the Liberty of the Press. Edinburgh, 1742.
·  Of Love and Marriage. Edinburgh, 1742.
·  Of the Independency of Parliament. Edinburgh, 1742.
·  Of the Parties of Great Britain. Edinburgh, 1742.
·  Of the Middle Station of Life. Edinburgh, 1742.
·  That Politics May Be Reduced to a Science. Edinburgh, 1742.
·  Of the Study of History. Edinburgh, 1742.
·  Of Polygamy and Divorces. Edinburgh, 1742.
·  The Stoic. Edinburgh, 1742.
·  The Platonist. Edinburgh, 1742.
·  Of the Rise and Progress of the Arts and Sciences. Edinburgh, 1742.
·  Of Superstition and Enthusiasm. Edinburgh, 1742.
·  The Sceptic. Edinburgh, 1742.
·  Of the Simplicity and Refinement in Writing. Edinburgh, 1742.
·  Whether the British Government Inclines More to a Absolute Monarchy, or to a Republic. Edinburgh, 1742.
·  Of Passive Obedience. Edinburgh, 1748.
·  Of the Original Contract. Edinburgh, 1748. [Spanish translation]
·  Of the Balance of Power. Edinburgh, 1752.
·  Idea of a Perfect Commonwealth. Edinburgh, 1752.
·  Of Interest. Edinburgh, 1752.
·  Of the Jealousy of Trade. Edinburgh, 1752.
·  Of Money. Edinburgh, 1752.
·  Of the Balance of Trade. Edinburgh, 1752.
·  Of Commerce. Edinburgh, 1752.
·  Of the Populousness of Ancient Nations. Edinburgh, 1752.
·  Of the Protestant Succession. Edinburgh, 1752.
·  Of Public Credit. Edinburgh, 1752.
·  Of Refinement in the Arts. Edinburgh, 1752.
·  Of Taxes. Edinburgh, 1752.
·  Of Some Remarkable Customs. Edinburgh, 1752.
·  Of the Standard of Taste. London, 1757.
·  Of Tragedy. London, 1757.
·  The Natural History of Religion. London, 1757.
·  Of the Coalition of Parties. Edinburgh, 1758.
·  Of the Immortality of the Soul. London, 1777.
·  Of Suicide. London, 1777.
[letters]
·  To J.-J. Rousseau. June 19, 1776.
·  To J.-J. Rousseau. June 26, 1766.
[miscellaneous]
·  The Latter Will and Testament of David Hume.

Writings about David Hume
[dictionary / encyclopaedia entries]
·  David Hume. The Cambridge History of English and American Literature.
·  David Hume. The Columbia Encyclopedia.
·  David Hume. The Concise Encyclopedia of Economics.
·  David Hume. The Dictionary of Eighteenth-Century British Philosophers.
·  David Hume. Encyclopaedia Britannica (1911).
·  David Hume. Free Online Dictionary of Philosophy.
·  David Hume. The Gale Encyclopedia of Psychology.
·  David Hume: Life and Writings. The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
·  David Hume: Metaphysical and Epistemological Theories. The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
·  David Hume: Moral Theory. The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
·  David Hume: Writings on Religion. The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
·  David Hume: Essays, Moral, Political and Literary. The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
·  David Hume. The Literary Encyclopedia.
·  David Hume. The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
·  David Hume. Wikipedia.
[other writings]
·  Letter to William Strachman. By Adam Smith. November 9, 1776.
·  David Hume. By Alfred Weber. Excerpted from History of Philosophy, New York, 1896.
·  Hume. By G. W. F. Hegel. Excerpted from Lectures on the History of Philosophy, London, 1896.
·  Hume's History of England. By William Hunt. The Cambridge History of English and American Literature, Cambridge, 1921.
·  Hume on Intuitive and Demonstrative Inference. By Robert A. Imlay. Hume Studies, 1975.
·  Some Counsel on Humean Relations. By Alan Hausman. Hume Studies, 1975.
·  In Defense of Kemp-Smith. By F.E. Sparshott. Hume Studies, 1975.
·  Hume's Letter to Stewart. By Edward Craig. Hume Studies, 1975.
·  An Unnoticed Error in Hume's Treatise. By D.W.D. Owen. Hume Studies, 1975.
·  An Early Account of David Hume. By J.C. Hilson. Hume Studies, 1975.
·  Hume, The Causal Principle, and Kemp Smith. By David C. Stove. Hume Studies, 1975.
·  Is Hume a "Classical Utilitarian"? By Ronald J. Glossop. Hume Studies, 1976.
·  Hume on Blame and Excuse. By Michael D. Bayles. Hume Studies, 1976.
·  Hume's Second Thoughts on the Self. By Stephen Nathanson. Hume Studies, 1976.
·  Hausman on Certainty and Necessity in Hume. By Robert A. Imlay. Hume Studies, 1976.
·  Hume's Bundles, Self-Consciousness and Kant. By S. C. Patten. Hume Studies, 1976.
·  A Refutation of Hume's Theory of Causality. By Robert Gray. Hume Studies, 1976.
·  Is Hume a Sceptic About Induction? By Adi Parush. Hume Studies, 1977.
·  Hume and Abstract General Ideas. By George S. Pappas. Hume Studies, 1977.
·  Hume on Modes. By M. Glouberman. Hume Studies, 1977.
·  How Not To Refute Hume's Theory of Causality. By Robert A. Imlay. Hume Studies, 1977.
·  An Index of Hume's References in A Treatise of Human Nature. By David C. Yalden-Thomson. Hume Studies, 1977.
·  The Failure of Hume's Treatise. By John Immerwahr. Hume Studies, 1977.
·  Has Hume a Theory of Social Justice? By Richard P. Hiskes. Hume Studies, 1977.
·  The Hume Literature for 1976. By Roland Hall. Hume Studies, 1977.
·  Inconsistency within a Reconciling Project. By Antony Flew. Hume Studies, 1978.
·  Hume's Obligations. By Knud Haakonssen. Hume Studies, 1978.
·  Hume on Identity. By Philip J. Neujahr. Hume Studies, 1978.
·  Contrariety and Causality in Hume. By Benjamin Cohen. Hume Studies, 1978.
·  Reid's Criticism of Hume's Theory of Personal Identity. By Harry Lesser. Hume Studies, 1978.
·  On Hume's Is-Ought Thesis. By David C. Stove. Hume Studies, 1978.
·  More Hume Autograph Marginalia in the First Edition of the Treatise. By David C. Yalden-Thomson. Hume Studies, 1978.
·  Good Men's Women: Hume on Chastity and Trust. By Annette C. Baier. Hume Studies, 1979.
·  Hume on Reason. By Barbara Winters. Hume Studies, 1979.
·  Hume and Spinoza. By Richard H. Popkin. Hume Studies, 1979.
·  Hume's Explanation of Religious Belief. By Keith E. Yandell. Hume Studies, 1979.
·  The Red Queen at Substraction? By Antony Flew. Hume Studies, 1979.
·  The Hume Literature for 1978. By Roland Hall. Hume Studies, 1979.
·  Hume's Ideas. By John W. Yolton. Hume Studies, 1980.
·  In Defense of Section V. By Robert F. Anderson. Hume Studies, 1980.
·  Bayesianism and Analogy in Hume's Dialogues. By Robert Burch. Hume Studies, 1980.
·  Maine De Biran Critique De Hume Essai de Philosophie Comparee. By Jean Pucelle. Hume Studies, 1980.
·  Hume's Geometric 'Objects'. By E. W. Van Steenburgh. Hume Studies, 1980.
·  Did Beattie Defer to Hume? By Steven C. Patten. Hume Studies, 1980.
·  Hume's Theory of Imagination. By Gerhard Streminger. Hume Studies, 1980.
·  The Import of Hume's Theory of Time. By Robert McRae. Hume Studies, 1980.
·  Hume on Resentment. By Annette C. Baier. Hume Studies, 1980.
·  Hume on Collins on Miracles. By David Berman. Hume Studies, 1980.
·  Remarks on P. S. Wadia's 'Philo Confounded'. By Stanley Tweyman. Hume Studies, 1980.
·  The Hume Literature for 1979. By Roland Hall. Hume Studies, 1980.
·  Hume on Space and Geometry. By Rosemary Newman. Hume Studies, 1981.
·  Hume's Classical Theory of Justice. By James King. Hume Studies, 1981.
·  Hume's Classical Theory of Justice. By James King. Hume Studies, 1981.
·  Hume's Relative Ideas. By Daniel E. Flage. Hume Studies, 1981.
·  Rule-Utilitarianism and Hume's Theory of Justice. By Alistair Macleod. Hume Studies, 1981.
·  Legal Obligation in Hume. By Luigi Bagolini. Hume Studies, 1981.
·  Hume on Continued Existence and the Identity of Changing Things. By Eric Steinberg. Hume Studies, 1981.
·  Hume's "Of Scepticism with Regard to Reason": A study in Contrasting Themes. By Robert A. Imlay. Hume Studies, 1981.
·  Probability in Hume's Science of Man. By Patrick Maher. Hume Studies, 1981.
·  Hume and the God - Hypothesis. By C. G. Prado. Hume Studies, 1981.
·  Hume's Mistake - Another Guess. By David Raynor. Hume Studies, 1981.
·  Is There a Prussian Hume? or How Far Is It from Konisberg to Edinburgh? By Fred Wilson. Hume Studies, 1982.
·  An 'Inconvenience' of Anthropomorphism. By Stanley Tweyman. Hume Studies, 1982.
·  Hume and the Three Views of the Self. By Chris Swoyer. Hume Studies, 1982.
·  'Hume on Space and Geometry': One Reservation. By Anthony Flew. Hume Studies, 1982.
·  'Hume on Space and Geometry': A Rejoinder to Flew's 'One Reservation'. By Rosemary Newman. Hume Studies, 1982.
·  It Ain't Necessarily, So. By Alan Hausman. Hume Studies, 1982.
·  One Consequence of Hume's Nominalism. By Wade L. Robison. Hume Studies, 1982.
·  Hume's Conditions for Causation: Further to Gray and Imlay. By Thomas M. Lennon. Hume Studies, 1982.
·  Hume on Primary and Secondary Qualities. By Anthony E. Pitson. Hume Studies, 1982.
·  Could an Impression Be a Process? By E. W. Van Steenburgh. Hume Studies, 1982.
·  Relative Ideas Rejected. By Max M. Thomas. Hume Studies, 1982.
·  Relative Ideas Revisited. By Daniel E. Flage. Hume Studies, 1982.
·  The Hume Literature for 1981. By Roland Hall. Hume Studies, 1982.
·  On the Logic of Design. By Stephen Barker. Hume Studies, 1983.
·  Hume and Barker on the Logic of Design. By H. S. Harris. Hume Studies, 1983.
·  Hume's Antinomies. By Manfred Kuehn. Hume Studies, 1983.
·  Artificial Virtue, Self-Interest, and Acquired Social Concern. By Ted A. Ponko. Hume Studies, 1983.
·  Hume's Debt to Kant. By Nathan Brett. Hume Studies, 1983.
·  Hume's Sceptical Argument against Reason. By Fred Wilson. Hume Studies, 1983.
·  A Humean Pattern of Justification. By George J. Nathan. Hume Studies, 1983.
·  Jacobitism and David Hume: The Ideological Backlash Foiled. By F. J. McLynn. Hume Studies, 1983.
·  Hume's 'Two Definitions' of Cause and the Ontology of 'Double Existence'. By Paul Russell. Hume Studies, 1984.
·  David Hume on Reason, Passions and Morals. By A. T. Nuyen. Hume Studies, 1984.
·  Hume and the Future of the Society of Nations. By R. J. Glossop. Hume Studies, 1984.
·  Hume on Identity. By Wan-Chuan Fang. Hume Studies, 1984.
·  A propos d'une difficulte logique dans l'argument de Cleanthe. By Stanley Tweyman. Hume Studies, 1984.
·  David Hume and John Hume, Two New Letters. By Gerhard Streminger. Hume Studies, 1984.
·  Hume on the 'Distinction of Reason'. By Harry M. Bracken. Hume Studies, 1984.
·  Hume's Missing Shade of Blue, Interpreted as Involving Habitual Spectra. By D. M. Johnson. Hume Studies, 1984.
·  Hume on Perceptions and Persons. By William Davie. Hume Studies, 1984.
·  Hume's 'Dialectic'. By Dorothy P. Coleman. Hume Studies, 1984.
·  David Hume and Eighteenth Century Monetary Thought. By Salim Rashid. Hume Studies, 1984.
·  The Hume Literature for 1982. By Roland Hall. Hume Studies, 1984.
·  Contrary Miracles Concluded. By J.C.A. Gaskin. Hume Studies, 1984.
·  Locke, Hume and the Nature of Volitions. By John Bricke. Hume Studies, 1984.
·  Hume's Cognitive Stoicism. By Fred Wilson. Hume Studies, 1984.
·  William Robertson and David Hume: Three Letters. By R. B. Sher & M.A. Stewart. Hume Studies, 1984.
·  The Unity of Hume's Thought. By Joseph Agassi. Hume Studies, 1984.
·  David Hume's Invisible Hand in The Wealth of Nations. By David Levy. Hume Studies, 1984.
·  Perceptions, Objects and the Nature of Mind. By Robert McCrae. Hume Studies, 1984.
·  Hume on Memory and Causation . By Daniel E. Flage. Hume Studies, 1984.
·  Hume's Moral Ontology. By David Fate Norton. Hume Studies, 1984.
·  Ideology and Partiality in David Hume's History of England. By Laird Okie. Hume Studies, 1985.
·  How to Become a Moderate Skeptic. By Yves Michaud. Hume Studies, 1985.
·  Hume on Finding an Impression of the Self. By Saul Traiger. Hume Studies, 1985.
·  Hume, Demonstratives, and Self-Ascriptions of Identity. By Andrew Ward. Hume Studies, 1985.
·  Hume on the Perception of Causality. By David R. Shanks. Hume Studies, 1985.
·  John Passmore and Hume's Moral Philosophy. By Keith Campbell. Hume Studies, 1985.
·  Hume's Probability Argument of I, iv, 1. By Richard DeWitt. Hume Studies, 1985.
·  On Harrison's Interpretation of Treatise III, ii, 1. By A. T. Nuyen. Hume Studies, 1985.
·  David Hume's Practical Economics. By Tom Velk & A. R. Riggs. Hume Studies, 1985.
·  Flage on Hume's Account of Memory. By Saul Traiger. Hume Studies, 1985.
·  Perchance to Dream. By Daniel E. Flage. Hume Studies, 1985.
·  Impressions or Experiences: Public or Private? By Anthony Flew. Hume Studies, 1985.
·  The Hume Literature for 1983. By Roland Hall. Hume Studies, 1985.
·  Causality and Generality in the Treatise and the Tractatus. By Herbert Hochberg . Hume Studies, 1986.
·  Hume and the Standard of Taste . By Christopher MacLachlan . Hume Studies, 1986.
·  Hume's Justice as a Collective Good. By A.T. Nuyen . Hume Studies, 1986.
·  The Burial and Resurrection of Hume's Essay "Of Miracles" . By John O. Nelson . Hume Studies, 1986.
·  Kemp Smith, Hume and the Parallelism Between Reason and Morality. By Houghton Dalrymple . Hume Studies, 1986.
·  A Note on Smith's Term "Naturalism". By Joseph Agassi. Hume Studies, 1986.
·  Hume and Derrida on Language and Meaning. By Fred Wilson. Hume Studies, 1986.
·  Hume on Curing Superstition. By James Dye. Hume Studies, 1986.
·  Hume and Causal Inference. By Michael J. Costa. Hume Studies, 1986.
·  The Humean Promise: Whence Comes Its Obligation? By William Vitek. Hume Studies, 1986.
·  Social Justice: From Rawls to Hume. By Antony Flew. Hume Studies, 1986.
·  Hume's Refutation of Wollaston? By Oliver A. Johnson. Hume Studies, 1986.
·  Hume to Smith: An Unpublished Letter. By Toshihiro Tanaka. Hume Studies, 1986.
·  The 'Naturalness' of Natural Religion. By H. S. Harris. Hume Studies, 1987.
·  Hume's Apology. By William Davie. Hume Studies, 1987.
·  Hume in the Gottingische Anzeigen: 1739-1800. By Manfred Kuehn. Hume Studies, 1987.
·  Hume's Dialogues on Evil. By Stanley Tweyman. Hume Studies, 1987.
·  Going Out the Window: A Comment on Tweyman. By John W. Davis. Hume Studies, 1987.
·  Comments on Tweyman and Davis. By George Nathan. Hume Studies, 1987.
·  Commentary on Professor Tweyman's 'Hume on Evil'. By Pheroze S. Wadia. Hume Studies, 1987.
·  Hume on Liberty, Necessity and Verbal Disputes. By Eric Steinberg. Hume Studies, 1987.
·  Hume and Wittgenstein: Criteria vs. Skepticism. By Don Mannison. Hume Studies, 1987.
·  Hume's Interest in Newton and Science. By James E. Force. Hume Studies, 1987.
·  Hume's Ideas about Necessary Connection. By Janet Broughton. Hume Studies, 1987.
·  The Minds of David Hume. By Daniel Flage. Hume Studies, 1987.
·  The Will as Impression. By John Connolly. Hume Studies, 1987.
·  The Will as Wish. By Thomas Keutner. Hume Studies, 1987.
·  A Defense of Hume on Identity Through Time. By Donald L. M. Baxter. Hume Studies, 1987.
·  'Lively' Memory and 'Past' Memory. By Oliver Johnson. Hume Studies, 1987.
·  Hume's Naturalized Philosophy. By Yves Michaud. Hume Studies, 1987.
·  Impressions, Ideas, and Fictions. By Saul Traiger. Hume Studies, 1987.
·  Kant's Misrepresentations of Hume's Philosophy of Mathematics in the Prolegomena. By Mark Steiner. Hume Studies, 1987.
·  The Hume Literature for 1984. By Roland Hall. Hume Studies, 1987.
·  Hume, Motivation and Morality. By John Bricke. Hume Studies, 1988.
·  Morality as a Back-up System: Hume's View?. By Marcia Baron. Hume Studies, 1988.
·  Hume on Artificial Lives. By James King. Hume Studies, 1988.
·  Hume on the "Duty" of Benevolence. By Rudolph V. Vanderpool. Hume Studies, 1988.
·  Hume on the Morality of Princes. By Joseph Ellin. Hume Studies, 1988.
·  Hume on Responsibility. By Lloyd Field. Hume Studies, 1988.
·  Hume on Promises and Their Obligation. By Antony E. Pitson. Hume Studies, 1988.
·  A Personal Element in Morality. By William Davies. Hume Studies, 1988.
·  The Careless Skeptic - The 'Pamphilian' Ironies in Hume's Dialogues. By Robert H. Hurlbutt III. Hume Studies, 1988.
·  Butler and Hume. By Terence Penelhum. Hume Studies, 1988.
·  Hume’s Impressions of Belief. By Stacey J. Hansen. Hume Studies, 1988.
·  Hume, Henry More and the Design Argument. By Elmer Sprague. Hume Studies, 1988.
·  Hume, Miracles and Lotteries. By Dorothy Coleman. Hume Studies, 1988.
·  The Role of Part XII in Hume's Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion. By John 0. Nelson. Hume Studies, 1988.
·  The Role of Reason in Hume's Theory of Belief. By A.T. Nuyen. Hume Studies, 1988.
·  Hume’s Dialogues and the Comedy of Religion. By Richard White. Hume Studies, 1988.
·  'Atheism' and the Title-Page of Hume's Treatise. By Paul Russell. Hume Studies, 1988.
·  Can Hume's Use of a Simple/Complex Distinction Be Made Consistent?. By David Hausman. Hume Studies, 1988.
·  The Hume Literature for 1985. By Roland Hall. Hume Studies, 1988.
·  Hume's Use of Illicit Substances. By Alan Hausman and David Hausman . Hume Studies, 1989.
·  Hume's Scepticism About Reason. By William Edward Morris. Hume Studies, 1989.
·  Projectionism, Realism, and Hume's Moral Sense Theory. By A. E. Pitson. Hume Studies, 1989.
·  Hume's Pyrrhonism: A Developmental Interpretation. By James Fieser. Hume Studies, 1989.
·  A Word on Behalf of Demea. By James Dye. Hume Studies, 1989.
·  Hume and Demonstrative Knowledge. By Christopher Belshaw. Hume Studies, 1989.
·  Hume's Theory of Motivation. By Daniel Shaw. Hume Studies, 1989.
·  The Economic Thought of David Hume. By Robert W. McGee. Hume Studies, 1989.
·  Time and the Idea of Time. By Oliver A. Johnson. Hume Studies, 1989.
·  Theatre and Religious Hypothesis. By Maria Ferraz. Hume Studies, 1989.
·  Remembering the Past. By Daniel E. Flage. Hume Studies, 1989.
·  Two Puzzles in Mossner's Life of David Hume. By Oliver Stuchbury. Hume Studies, 1989.
·  The Logic of Probabilities in Hume's Argument against Miracles. By Fred Wilson. Hume Studies, 1989.
·  Religion a Threat to Morality. By Gerhard Streminger. Hume Studies, 1989.
·  Streminger: "Religion a Threat to Morality". By Joseph Ellin. Hume Studies, 1989.
·  Hume's Essays on Happiness. By John Immerwahr. Hume Studies, 1989.
·  Inductive Scepticism and Experimental Reasoning in Moral Subjects. By Anne Jaap Jacobson. Hume Studies, 1989.
·  Abstract General Ideas in Hume. By George S. Pappas. Hume Studies, 1989.
·  Hume's Missing Shade of Blue Re-viewed. By John O. Nelson. Hume Studies, 1989.
·  Hume and Tetens. By Manfred Kuehn. Hume Studies, 1989.
·  Theological Empiricism: Aspects of Johann Georg Hamann's Reception of Hume. By Hans Graubner. Hume Studies, 1989.
·  Hume and Davidson on Pride. By Páll S. Árdal. Hume Studies, 1989.
·  The Enquiries. By Daniel E. Flage. Excerpted from David Hume's Theory of Mind, London, 1990.
·  The Great Connection: Hume's Metaphysical Logic of Belief-Constructed Causation. By Vance Maxwell. Animus, 1998.
·  On Some Criticisms of Hume's Principle or Proportioning Cause to Effect. By John Beaudoin. Philo, 1999.
·  An Analysis of Hume's Arguments Concerning the Origin of Ideas. By Richard Lee. ca. 1999.
·  Critical Survey of the Literature on Hume and the First Enquiry. By Peter Millican. 2000.
·  Hume Lectures. By Stephen Darwall. ca. 2000.
·  Hume Shifts the Burden of Proof. By Kelley Ross. The Proceedings of the Friesian School. ca. 2000.

General websites
·  History of Economic Thought.
·  Hume and His Critics.
·  The Leeds Hume Project.

Miscellaneous
·  Bibliography of David Hume.
·  Selected Bibliography.
·  The Hume Society.

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Upon the whole, I have always considered [Hume], both in his lifetime and since his death, as approaching as nearly to the idea of a perfectly wise and virtuous man, as perhaps the nature of human frailty will permit.
Adam Smith