The Riddle of Hume's Treatise: Skepticism, Naturalism, and Irreligion

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...extensive and detailed...wide-ranging, extensively annotated, and challenging study David A. Pailin The Journal of Theological Studies Vol 62 Part 2 Oct 2011 This book is a triumph and a model for work in the history of philosophy. It offers a powerful reading of the Treatise and of Hume's intentions in writing it, while also correcting common misunderstandings about Hume's place in early modern thought. It deserves to be read by anyone interested in Hume or in early modern philosophy. Colin Heydt, Journal of the History of Philosophy The Riddle of Hume's Treatise is a stimulating and provocative piece of scholarship. The central question it poses - how to understand all of the Treatise as part of a single project? - is most certainly a question that still needs to be asked. And Paul Russell's way of answering it, by means of a careful consideration of David Hume's intellectual context, is the only way. James Harris, Times Literary Supplement Paul Russell has given us a marvelously good book... [He] offers original and compelling accounts of the irreligious implications of central arguments of the Treatise on an impressive range of topics... it should never again be claimed that the Treatise is largely unconcerned with questions of religion. Don Garrett, Philosophical Review Paul Russell's The Riddle of Hume's Treatise is an excellent and thought-provoking text that is a pleasure to read... It deserves to have an important impact not only on Hume research, but on the narrative that drives undergraduate survey courses in the history of early modern philosophy as well. Rico Vitz, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews Russell's... book presents a powerful, comprehensive, and elegantly written case for putting 'irreligion' alongside - and even above - 'scepticism' and 'naturalism' as a pervasive theme not only of Hume's later work, but also of his Treatise. Peter Millican, Faculty of Philosophy, Hertford College, Oxford University Paul Russell's lucid and finely-researched book... will enable all of us to read Hume's primary work with fresh understanding, and is a major addition to the scholarly literature. Terence Penelhum, University of Calgary Persuasively argues that irreligion is the main agenda of Hume's Treatise Annette Baier, author of Reflections on How We Live A bold and novel approach the study as a whole has an exceptional merit. J. D. McNabb, Eighteenth Century Fiction

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This book is a triumph and a model for work in the history of philosophy. It offers a powerful reading of the Treatise and of Hume's intentions in writing it, while also correcting common misunderstandings about Hume's place in early modern thought. It deserves to be read by anyone interested in Hume or in early modern philosophy. ( Colin Heydt, Journal of the History of Philosophy)

Paul Russell has given us a marvelously good book... [He] offers original and compelling accounts of the irreligious implications of central arguments of the Treatise on an impressive range of topics... it should never again be claimed that the Treatise is largely unconcerned with questions of religion. ( Don Garrett, Philosophical Review)

Russell's... book presents a powerful, comprehensive, and elegantly written case for putting 'irreligion' alongside - and even above - 'scepticism' and 'naturalism' as a pervasive theme not only of Hume's later work, but also of his Treatise. ( Peter Millican, Faculty of Philosophy, Hertford College, Oxford University)

This is a terrific tome ... Why is this book so important? Quite simply, this is one of the best contextualist studies of Hume's A Treatise of Human Nature ever written. To elaborate a bit, this book provides a unique and fascinating interpretation of the Treatise by relating its structure and content to many of the most influential debates about religion raging at Hume's time ... one of the best books on Hume I have ever read ( Kevin Meeker, Mind)

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