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Feminist Interpretations. has been added to your Cart. Anne Jaap Jacobson is Associate Professor of Philosophy and Chair of the Cognitive Science Initiative at the University of Houston.

Feminist Interpretations. Series: Re-Reading the Canon.

Philosophy books listed by individual philosopher, representing the great philosophy books throughout .

Philosophy books listed by individual philosopher, representing the great philosophy books throughout history. Locke, Berkeley, Hume: Central Themes by Jonathan Bennett (Author). Hume (Arguments of the Philosophers) by Barry Stroud (Author).

A webpage for the book series Re-Reading the Canon published by Penn State University Press.

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David Hume - CL. This book is the first collection of feminist essays on one of the central figures in the history of English-speaking philosophy.

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In Feminist interpretations of David Hume, ed. . University Park: Penn-sylvania State University Press. Illustrates how Hume and Austen complement one another, each providing a lens that allows us to expand and elaborate on the ideas of the other Proposes that literature may serve as a thought experiment, articulating hypothetical cases which allow the reader to test her moral intuitions Contributes to ongoing debates on the philosophy of literature, ethics, and emotion.

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This book is the first collection of feminist essays on one of the central figures in the history of English-speaking philosophy. Besides providing a rich variety of feminist viewpoints on a wide range of Hume’s writings, the contributors introduce new themes into the scholarship on Hume, including gendered metaphors in his metaphysical texts, the role of society in the conception of the human mind, and his conception of human nature in relation to recent rejections of essentialism.

Hume scholarship as a whole still reflects the relative neglect in mainstream analytic philosophy of alternative—and so feminist—perspectives on philosophy. The essays in this volume show that the standard, narrow view of philosophy excludes valuable perspectives.

These essays cover a great diversity of subjects in Hume’s work. They discuss his theory of knowledge; his conception of human inquiry and the human mind; his views on our knowledge of the external world and the future; his treatments of the passions, emotions and virtue; his conception of moral education; his views on aesthetics and religion; and his historical work.

The contributors, members of philosophy, political science, theology, and English departments, employ a variety of critical techniques. The result is a volume that stands in enlightening contrast to the standard collections on David Hume.

Contributors are Annette C. Baier, Jennifer A. Herdt, Nancy J. Hirschmann, Sheridan Hough, Anne Jaap Jacobson, Joyce Jenkins, Genevieve Lloyd, Susan A. Martinelli-Fernandez, Robert Shaver, Aaron Smuts, Christine Swanton, Jacqueline Taylor, Kathryn Temple, and Christopher Williams.