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1 'David Miller's Political Philosophy' Panel 5 This panel includes two talks: 'Hume on Authority' and 'Political Philosophy and Autobiography.' This conference was held in honour of David Miller's contribution to political philosophy. Leslie Green, Sarah Fine, Stuart White 14 Oct 2015
2 Creative Commons Reid on the Principles of Morals The final part of Professor Dan Robinson's series on Reid's critique of David Hume. Dan Robinson 14 May 2014
3 Creative Commons Hume’s “Sentimentalist” Theory of Morals The seventh part of Professor Dan Robinson's series on Reid's critique of David Hume. Dan Robinson 14 May 2014
4 Creative Commons Reid on Personal Identity The sixth part of Professor Dan Robinson's series on Reid's critique of David Hume. Dan Robinson 14 May 2014
5 Creative Commons Hume on Personal Identity The fifth part of Professor Dan Robinson's series on Reid's critique of David Hume. Dan Robinson 14 May 2014
6 Creative Commons Reid on Causation and Active Powers The fourth part of Professor Dan Robinson's series examining Reid's critique of David Hume. Dan Robinson 14 May 2014
7 Creative Commons Hume on Causation The third part of Professor Dan Robinson's series examining Reid's critique of David Hume. Dan Robinson 14 May 2014
8 Creative Commons Reid and Common Sense Realism Part two of Professor Dan Robinson's examination of Reid's critique of David Hume. Dan Robinson 14 May 2014
9 Creative Commons The “representational” theory of knowledge Professor Dan Robinson, Oxford University, delivers the first part of his series examining Reid's Critique of Hume. Dan Robinson 14 May 2014
10 Creative Commons Inductive Strength: Evaluating Inductive Arguments Lecture 5 of 6 in Marianne Talbot's series on critical reasoning for beginners. Marianne Talbot 20 Mar 2014
11 Creative Commons 5. Of the Sceptical and Other Systems of Philosophy Accompanying slides for Lectures 5a to 5c of Peter Millican's series on David Hume's Treatise of Human Nature Book One. Peter Millican 01 Aug 2012
12 Creative Commons Humean Ethics: Non-Cognitivism, the passions and moral motivation Part 4 of 7 in Marianne Talbot's "A Romp Through Ethics for Complete Beginners". In this episode we reflect on Hume's account of morality and his rejection of reason as the source of morality. Marianne Talbot 02 Jun 2011
13 Creative Commons The Practice of Sovereignty: Kant on the Duties of National and International Citizenship Paul Guyer (University of Pennsylvania) presents his paper on Kant's views of the practice of sovereignty. Presented as part of the Anglo-­German 'State of the State' Fellowship Programme. Paul Guyer 24 May 2011
14 Creative Commons 3. Hume and the Standard of Taste James Grant, lecturer in philosophy, University of Oxford gives his third lecture in the Aesthetics series on Hume and the Standard of Taste. James Grant 15 Mar 2011
15 Creative Commons 8.4 Persons, Humans and Brains Part 8.4. The final part of this series. Explores the distinction between mind and body and whether this makes a difference to the idea of personal identity. Peter Millican 01 Dec 2010
16 Creative Commons 8.3 Problems for Locke's View of Personal Identity Part 8.3. Criticisms of Locke's view of personal identity; if personal identity is dependent on memory then how does forgetting personal history and the concept of false memory change Locke's view of personal identity. Peter Millican 01 Dec 2010
17 Creative Commons 8.1 Introduction to Personal Identity Part 8.1. Introduces the concept of personal identity, what is it to be a person, whether someone is the same person over time and Leibniz's law of sameness. Peter Millican 01 Dec 2010
18 Creative Commons 7.4 Making Sense of Free Will and Moral Responsibility Part 7.4. A brief explanation of Hume's argument for sentimentalism and Robert Kane's views on free will and determinism. Peter Millican 01 Dec 2010
19 Creative Commons 7.3 Hume on Liberty and Necessity Part 7.3. Looks at Hume's views on liberty and its relationship to causal necessity; that we have free will but it is causally determined. Peter Millican 01 Dec 2010
20 Creative Commons 7.2 Different Concepts of Freedom Part 7.2. Looks at Hobbes' and Hume's views of free will and the three concepts of freedom, and considers the idea of moral responsibility as dependent on free will. Peter Millican 01 Dec 2010
21 Creative Commons 7.1 Free Will, Determinism and Choice Part 7.1. Explores the problem of free will and the ideas of moral responsibility, determinism and choice; the need for a concept of freedom to allow free choice, the problems associated with this and asking whether we really have freedom of choice. Peter Millican 01 Dec 2010
22 Creative Commons 6.4 Making Sense of Perception Part 6.4. A brief overview of contemporary accounts of perception; including phenomenalism (that objects are logical constructions from sense data) and direct realism (that we perceive objects and the external world directly). Peter Millican 30 Nov 2010
23 Creative Commons 6.3 Abstraction and Idealism Part 6.3. Criticisms of the resemblance theory of perception and an introduction to idealism - that perceptions of the external world are all within the mind as ideas. Peter Millican 30 Nov 2010
24 Creative Commons 3.2 Responses to Hume's Famous Argument Part 3.2. Responses to and justifications of Hume's argument concerning the problem of induction. Peter Millican 08 Apr 2010
25 Creative Commons 3.1 Hume's Argument Concerning Induction Part 3.1. Briefly introduces the problem of induction: that is, the problem that it is difficult to justify claims to knowledge of the world through pure reason, i.e. without experience. Peter Millican 08 Apr 2010
26 Creative Commons 2.7 Overview: Kant and Modern Science Part 2.7. Concludes a historical survey of philosophy with Immanuel Kant, who thought Hume was wrong in his idea of human nature and how we gain knowledge of the world. Peter Millican 08 Apr 2010
27 Creative Commons 2.6 David Hume Part 2.6. Introduces 18th Century Scottish philosopher David Hume, 'The Great Infidel', including his life, works and a brief look at his philosophical thoughts. Peter Millican 16 Mar 2010