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8. Cambridge Collections Online © Cambridge University Press, 2009 An Introduction to Hume’s Thought 21 but with the fact that in providing these details he demonstrates his commitment to treating the passions as nothing more or less than an integral part of the natural mental world. The passions, like the ideas discussed in Book 1 of the Treatise, are further products of the observable natural processes Hume undertook to analyze and explain. 27 Having asked why it is that the esteem of others increases our pride, Hume replies by drawing attention to a deep-seated human propensity to share, unthinkingly, the sentiments and opinions of others.
That there is an objective physical necessity to which this idea corresponds is an untestable hypothesis, nor would demonstrating that such necessary connections had held in the past guarantee Cambridge Collections Online © Cambridge University Press, 2009 16 david fate norton that they will hold in the future. From these considerations we see that Hume does not explicitly and dogmatically deny that there are real causal connections. We have no experience of such necessary connections and hence can be, at best, skeptical or agnostical about their existence.
For a brief discussion of this point, see in this volume the essay “The Foundation of Morals in Hume’s Treatise,” note 40. 2). Cambridge Collections Online © Cambridge University Press, 2009 24 david fate norton other conventions (the principles of governance) to regulate political behavior. Given that these conventions or virtues were unknown to humans living in their first or “uncultivated state,” it is obvious that they cannot always have motivated or directed human behavior. 12). Finally, Hume points out that the artificial virtues have a double foundation.
Depositional facies and reservoir quality of deep-marine sandstones in the Norwegian Sea by Trond Lien, Ruth Elin Midtbo & Ole J. Martinsen