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Hume’s Treatise of Human Nature (Digested)

“Tis to be observed, that nothing be known to the mind of man that is neither an impression; being a perception or sensation of the body or mind, of a lively or vivid nature; or, contrariwise, an idea; being a fainter or less lively representation of an impression…”Latest in the series at Talking Philosophy


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