The Elements of Mentality

By David Hume

The Elements of Mentality
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In the 18th century, David Hume suggested that the "science of man" (psychology) was the foundation for all other sciences (philosophy). Now a latter-day Hume offers a model of mentality that sets psychology and philosophy on common footings, eliminating the breach between the ... Read more


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In the 18th century, David Hume suggested that the "science of man" (psychology) was the foundation for all other sciences (philosophy). Now a latter-day Hume offers a model of mentality that sets psychology and philosophy on common footings, eliminating the breach between the sciences and the humanities. From this backdrop, the author offers solutions to some of the great questions: the nature of reality, value, certainty, validity, free will, morality, and justice.

David Hume

David Hume is a nom de plume.

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