Her Conclusions -- With Which He Is in Love: Why Hume Would Fancy Anscombe
Christian Bioethics 2008 August; 14(2): 175-186
The features of Hume's philosophy which I have mentioned, like many other features of it, would incline me to think that Hume was a mere?brilliant?sophist; and his procedures are certainly sophistical. But I am forced, not to reverse, but to add to, this judgment by a peculiarity of Hume's philosophizing: namely that although he reaches his conclusions?with which he is in love?by sophistical methods, his considerations constantly open up very deep and important problems ... hence he is a very profound and great philosopher, in spite of his sophistry.
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