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.
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Papers should normally be in English, but please contact the editors for submissions in other languages. Quotations from Hume’s Treatise, Enquiries, Dissertation on the Passions, and The Natural History of Religion should be cited by section and paragraph number, and based on the Clarendon Edition texts. Page references for the Selby-Bigge and Nidditch editions of the Treatise and Enquiries should also be provided. For details, see Hume Studies: A Style Guide.
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