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Department
Philosophy
Course
PHL100Y1
Professor
Peter King
Semester
Winter

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Hume Section 1 Moral Phil or science of human nature can be treated in two manners o Each has its own merit and can contribute to entertainment instruction reformationo One considers a person only born for action influenced by taste and sentiment pursues one object and avoids otherso The other considers man in the light of a reasonable rather than active being not deterred by any difficulties The easy philosopher has the most durable and the justness fame The abstract philosopher has momentary reputation easy to make a mistakeMere phil is a character which is acceptable in the world lives remote from communication with mankind rapped up in principles and notions still more despisedPerfect character lies between extremism retaining equal ability and taste for books company and business Man is a reasonable being receives from science proper food and nourishment man is a sociable no less than a reasonable being he cannot always enjoy company agreeable and amusing or preserve proper relish for them Man is also
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