A Treatise of Human Nature Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:

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What does Hume say will is instead of a power? (from Book 2, Part 1, Of Pride and Humility)

2.

What do individuals develop after some social evolution? (from Book 3, Part 2, Of Justice and Injustice)

3.

To what does Hume say virtue is tied? (from Book 3, Part 1, Of Virtue and Vice in General)

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By what does Hume say all human action is determined? (from Book 2, Part 3, Of the Will and Direct Passions)

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What does Hume say conceals the rest of the person's body that he sees? (from Appendix, An Abstract of a Book Lately Published, Entitled A Treatise of Human Nature)

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