Moral and Political Philosophy

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Hume's Moral and Political Philosophy

Edited with an Introduction by
HENRY D. AIKEN
Associate Professor of Philosophy, Harvard University

1948
HAFNER PUBLISHING COMPANY · NEW YORK

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Table of contents

  • The Hafner Library of Classics ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Introduction ix
  • Selected Bibliography liii
  • Note on the Text liv
  • I- a Treatise of Human Nature - Being an Attempt to Introduce the Experimental Method of Reasoning into Moral Subjects 1
  • Book II of the Passions 3
  • Book III of Morals 29
  • Part I- Of Virtue and Vice in General 31
  • Part II- Of Justice and Injustice 49
  • Part III- Of the Other Virtues and Vices 131
  • II- An Enquiry concerning the Principles of Morals 171
  • Author''s Advertisement 173
  • Appendix I 262
  • Appendix II 270
  • Appendix III 276
  • Appendix IV 283
  • III- Essays, Moral and Political Selections 293
  • Essay I That Politics May Be Reduced to a Science 295
  • Essay II of the First Principles of Government 307
  • Essay III the Origin of Government 311
  • Essay IV of Civil Liberty 315
  • Essay V the Epicurean 322
  • Essay VI 328
  • Essay VII 335
  • Essay VIII 338
  • Essay IX of the Original Contract 356
  • Essay X Idea of a Perfect Commonwealth 373
  • Index 387
  • The Hafner Library of Classics 389
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