Causation and Significance of the Natuarl/Philosophical Relation distinction in Treatise1.3.6

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December 9, 2013

 

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In this paper, I largely side-step these debates, although I show that even if one thinks that there is no trace of Hume's skepticism in 1.3.6, the section has more bite than is recognized by those advocating the apparent, current scholarly consensus on the nature of Hume's naturalism. For a consequence of my analysis is that the NPR distinction -- in conjunction with an important corollary to the so-called copy principle -- is meant to undercut appeals to the authority of theories not founded on the "principles" of Hume's "science of human nature...
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In this paper, I largely side-step these debates, although I show that even if one thinks that there is no trace of Hume's skepticism in 1.3.6, the section has more bite than is recognized by those advocating the apparent, current scholarly consensus on the nature of Hume's naturalism. For a consequence of my analysis is that the NPR distinction -- in conjunction with an important corollary to the so-called copy principle -- is meant to undercut appeals to the authority of theories not founded on the "principles" of Hume's "science of human nature...
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