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About this Site

This web site, davidhume.org, aims to provide a free and open access collection of almost everything written by the great Enlightenment thinker, David Hume, alongside bibliographies and links to Hume scholarship on the web. It is being developed by Peter Millican and Amyas Merivale, at Hertford College, University of Oxford.

This site is developed by Hume scholars, for Hume scholars. We find it enormously useful, and hope you will too. If you have any suggestions for how to improve it, or if you notice any possible errors in the texts, please email Amyas Merivale (amyas.merivale@hertford.ox.ac.uk ).

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