Early Responses to Hume collects hundredsof eighteenth and nineteenth-centurypublications on Hume's philosophical, literary, political, ecomic, and historical writings, andon his life and reputation. Including bookextracts, reviews, and critical pamphlets, theseries is a triumphant achievement in newscholarship. Many of the selections have tbeen reprinted since their original publication, and they include many pieces of exceedingrarity, newly discovered items, and firsttranslations into English. No similar collection exists, and w privatescholars across a wide range of disciplines have the chance to acquireparts or all of this indispensable reference source at paperback prices.
James Fieser teaches philosophy at the University of Tennessee at Martin, and is founder-editor of the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy. His many publications include the highly acclaimed Early Responses to Hume series (10 vols, Thoemmes Press, 1999-2003)