The MTA BTK Lendület Morals and Science Research Group and
Hertford College, Oxford
will be hosting a workshop entitled
This will be the third workshop of a series focusing on the contrasts and differences between David Hume’s A Treatise of Human Nature and his later philosophical works that descended from it. The first workshop was held in Budapest in March 2018, and focused on topics from Treatise Book 1, the Enquiry concerning Human Understanding, and relevant essays. The second workshop was held in Oxford in March 2019, and focused on topics from Treatise Book 2, the Four Dissertations of 1757 (notably the "Dissertation on the Passions"), and relevant essays. The third workshop, will be held at
Institute of Philosophy, RCH, HAS, Budapest on the 12th-13th of October 2019.
This workshop will be devoted to Treatise Book 3, the Enquiry on the Principles of Morals, and relevant essays.
Confirmed participants include: Kate Abramson, Michael Gill, Lorenzo Greco, Amyas Merivale, Dan O'Brien, Jacqueline Taylor, Margaret Watkins.
At this stage we are inviting extended abstracts of about 1,000 words for the third workshop. The deadline for submission is 31st of July 2019.
Please send your abstracts to the organizers: