E-text prepared by David J. Cole Transcriber’s Note: Like much 18th and 19th century publishing, the edition of David Hume’s “History of England” from which this text was prepared makes extensive use of both footnotes and marginal notes. Since this e-text format does not allow use of the original superscripts to denote the lettered footnotes,
Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion by David Hume PAMPHILUS TO HERMIPPUS It has been remarked, my HERMIPPUS, that though the ancient philosophers conveyed most of their instruction in the form of dialogue, this method of composition has been little practised in later ages, and has seldom succeeded in the hands of those who have attempted it.
This etext was produced by John Mamoun (firstname.lastname@example.org), Charles Franks and the Online Distributed Proofreading Team. AN ENQUIRY CONCERNING THE PRINCIPLES OF MORALS BY DAVID HUME A 1912 REPRINT OF THE EDITION OF 1777 INFORMATION ABOUT THIS E-TEXT EDITION The following is an e-text of a 1912 reprint of the 1777 edition of David Hume’s
Proofreaders AN ENQUIRY CONCERNING HUMAN UNDERSTANDING. BY DAVID HUME Extracted from: Enquiries Concerning the Human Understanding, and Concerning the Principles of Morals, By David Hume. Reprinted from The Posthumous Edition of 1777, and Edited with Introduction, Comparative Tables of Contents, and Analytical Index by L.A. Selby-Bigge, M.A., Late Fellow of University College, Oxford. Second Edition,