Hume and Reid: a common legacy
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Lord Sutherland provides a lucid introduction to factors in the cultural legacy which David Hume and Thomas Reid inherited. These factors included Calvinism and the characteristic Scottish practice of reasoning from first principles. He then goes on to unfold the continuing relevance of Hume’s ideas to contemporary debate concerning the family, education and civil society.
Sutherland, S. (2012). Hume and Reid: a common legacy. Theology in Scotland, 19(2), pp. 5-17.
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