Table of contents for Hume, reason and morality : a legacy of contradiction / Sophie Botros.

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Part I: Hume?s Practicality Argument
INTRODUCTION
1. A CONTRADICTION, NOT AN AMBIGUITY.
2. VALIDITY AND THE ?MODERATE? VERSION.
3. METAPHYSICS AND THE ?EXTREME? VERSION
4. SENTIMENTALISTS, SECONDARY QUALITIES AND SENSATIONS.
5. THE INCONSOLABLE SCEPTIC.
Part II: The Practicality Argument Today
6. MORALITY?S DYNAMISM
7. DESIRES, BELIEFS AND ?DIRECTION OF FIT?.
8. A RIDDLE AND A BURIED ASSUMPTION.
9. THE CASE OF OWEN WINGRAVE. 
Final Remarks.

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Hume, David, 1711-1776.
Reason.
Ethics.
Contradiction.