Hume definition

  • others:
    • Hume, David 1711-1776. Scottish philosopher and historian whoever skeptical arguments regarding induction, causation and faith, including the thesis that human being knowledge occurs just from good sense knowledge, formed nineteenth- and 20th-century empiricist philosophy. Their works include A Treatise of human instinct (1739-1740) and reputation for The united kingdomt (1754-1762).
    • Hume, John born 1937. Politician of Northern Ireland. Mind of personal Democratic and Labour celebration since 1979, Hume shared the 1998 Nobel Peace reward with David Trimble for trying to establish peace in Northern Ireland.
  • proper-noun:
    • A Scottish habitational surname at home in Berwickshire.
    • An English, Irish and Scottish surname, a variant of Holme.
    • David Hume Scottish philosopher and historian.
  • noun:
    • Scottish philosopher whose sceptical philosophy limited peoples knowledge to that particular that can be understood by the senses (1711-1776)

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