John Wright

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John Wright is a professor of philosophy at Central Michigan University with research interests in Early Modern Philosophy, especially Hume, Locke, Descartes, Malebranche, Reid, and Hutcheson; Philosophy of the Scottish Enlightenment; History of the Mind Body Problem.


Publications

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  • Wright (2012): Wright, John. (2012) Scepticism, Causal Science, and 'The Old Hume'. The Journal of Scottish Philosophy 10 (2), 123-142.

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