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Hume

1. (George) Basil. 1923--99, English Roman Catholic Benedictine monk and cardinal; archbishop of Westminster (1976--99)
2. David. 1711--76, Scottish empiricist philosopher, economist, and historian, whose sceptic philosophy restricted human knowledge to that which can be perceived by the senses. His works include A Treatise of Human Nature (1740), An Enquiry concerning the Principles of Morals (1751), Political Discourses (1752), and History of England (1754--62)
3. John. born 1937, Northern Ireland politician; leader of the Social Democratic and Labour Party (SDLP) (1979--2001). Nobel peace prize jointly with David Trimble in 1998
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Humes also said yesterday it was planning to open a regional office in Essex.
Martyn Davenport, operations director for Humes, said: 'Jasmine Studios is a really exciting venture because it's not a straightforward build.
Mrs Hume was at the end of her tether and requested to speak to Chris Myfield, the customer payments manager who had written the demands.
His plea was accepted by the Crown Prosecution Service to the dismay of Mrs Humes' family, who campaigned to force Humes to face a trial for murder and packed the public gallery yesterday.
The brothers were eager to show it and the tractor to the Humes, but reluctant to sell.
Biro's essay argues that Hume was sceptical about metaphysical claims but that this "need not make one sceptical about the possibility of scientific knowledge" (p.
Humes was born in Worcester, Massachusetts, a son of John & Eleanor (Mezzano) Humes and had been a Deerfield, NH resident for many years.
El capitulo I es una excelente introduccion al pensamiento epistemico humeano, el cual para efectos de claridad tiene como punto de partida la teoria de las ideas de John Locke; los capitulos II y III se centran en el analisis sobre la causalidad y la necesidad que desarrolla Hume tanto en el Tratado como en la Investigacion.