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Remarks Concerning the Account of the Nature of Moral Evaluation in Hume's Treatise

  • Páll S. Árdal (a1)
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1 When in this mood Hume tends to write as if only beliefs that are based on experience are real beliefs as opposed to the superstitions inculcated by education. This involves an obvious difficulty about the concept of false beliefs which it is not our present purpose to discuss. On the account I have given a comparable difficulty arises about unjustifiable approvals.

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