David Hume


David Hume
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  • David Hume — (1766) Porträt von Allan Ramsay David Hume [hju:m] (* 26. Apriljul./ 7. Mai 1711greg.[1] in Edinburgh; † 25. August 1776 ebenda) wa …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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  • David Hume — noun Scottish philosopher whose sceptical philosophy restricted human knowledge to that which can be perceived by the senses (1711 1776) • Syn: ↑Hume • Instance Hypernyms: ↑philosopher * * * David Hume [David Hume] …   Useful english dictionary

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  • David Hume (jurist) — David Hume (1757 1838) was a Scottish jurist, whose work on Scots criminal law and Scots private law has had a deep and continuing influence. He is referred to as Baron David Hume to distinguish him from his uncle, David Hume the philosopher.[1]… …   Wikipedia


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