Martin Bell

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Martin Bell is Professor of History of Philosophy, Manchester Metropolitan University. His publications on Hume’s philosophy appear as journal articles and as chapters in edited collections, including Reading Hume on Human Understanding (2002), Impressions of Hume (2005), New Essays on David Hume (2007), and A Companion to Hume (2008). He also edited Hume’s Dialogues concerning Natural Religion for Penguin Classics (1990)..


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