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The editors welcome original analyses or interpretations of Hume’s writings and original research concerning any aspect of Hume’s life, influences, intellectual milieu, or reception. We actively solicit work concerning Hume’s contributions to, or influences on, any field of endeavor, including philosophy, history, politics, economics, psychology, and anthropology. We particularly welcome work that explores or sheds light on the contemporary relevance of Hume’s contributions and influences.

The editors encourage submission of articles in electronic form, either as e-mail attachments or on disk. All submissions should be word-processed or typed, double spaced, and prepared for anonymous review by referees. Electronic submissions should be in Word or Word Perfect; paper submissions should be sent in duplicate. Articles may be submitted in English, French, German, or Italian. Information about the correct citation of Hume's work is available here.

Authors of accepted articles will receive a journal Style Guide and instructions for electronic submission of the final version. Pages proofs will require immediate review; author changes will not be accepted at this stage.

Electronic submissions and related correspondence should be sent to [email protected].  Paper submissions and related correspondence should be sent to:

Saul Traiger
Co-Editor, Hume Studies
Department of Philosophy
Occidental College
Los Angeles, CA 90041 - U.S.A.

Authors will receive two copies of the journal and have the opportunity to purchase additional copies at a reasonable cost. Authors are free to use material in subsequent publications written or edited by themselves provided that Hume Studies is acknowledged as the original place of publication. 

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