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David Hume as a Reader: The Authors who Provoked Hume

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A Susan Manning Workshop at the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities (with support from Leverhulme Trust)

Edinburgh, Friday 3 May 2019


10.00-10.30: Tea and coffee

10.30-11.00: Opening Remarks by Max Skjönsberg, University of St Andrews.

11.00-11.30: Danielle Charette, University of Chicago: ‘Machiavelli and Hume’.

11.30-12.00: Rachel Hammersley, Newcastle University: ‘Harrington and Hume’.

12.00-12.30: Alexandra Chadwick, University of Groningen: ‘Hobbes and Hume’.

12.30-13.00: Tim Stuart-Buttle, University of York: ‘Locke and Hume’.

13-14: Lunch

14.00-14.30: Tim Hochstrasser, LSE: ‘Voltaire and Hume’.

14.30-15.00: Richard Whatmore, University of St Andrews: ‘Montesquieu and Hume’.

15:00-15.30: Robin Mills, Queen Mary University of London: ‘Fontenelle and Hume’.

15.30-16.30: Felix Waldmann, Cambridge University: ‘Libertinage érudit and Hume’.

16.00-16.30: Tea and coffee

16.30-17.00: Thomas Ahnert, Edinburgh University, ‘Hutcheson and Hume’.

17.00-17.30: Lina Weber, University of St Andrews, ‘Hume as a reader of pamphlets’.

17.30-18.00: Mark Spencer, Brock University, ‘Hume as a reader of historians’.

18.00-18.30: Closing Remarks by James Harris, University of St Andrews.

18.30-19.00: Plenary discussion.

19.00-19.30: Wine reception

19.30: Workshop Dinner


For any questions, please contact Max Skjönsberg and/or Robin Mills




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