The Hamann–Hume Connection

@article{Redmond1987TheHC,
  title={The Hamann–Hume Connection},
  author={Michael Redmond},
  journal={Religious Studies},
  year={1987},
  volume={23},
  pages={95 - 107}
}
  • M. Redmond
  • Published 1 March 1987
  • Philosophy
  • Religious Studies
It is well known that the eighteenth century Scottish philosopher and sceptic David Hume was a severe critic of religious belief, but what may not be so familiar, and has been brought to our attention in recent years by Isaiah Berlin, is that some religious believers have found in Hume's sceptical arguments a source of nurture for their religious faith. In particular, Berlin singles out the example of Hume's contemporary, Johann Georg Hamann (17388), a devout but unconventional believer as well… 
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