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But things have been so admirably arranged by the divine Inventor of the social order that in this, as in everything, political economy and morality, far from clashing, are in harmony, so that the wisdom of Ariste is not only more worthy, but even more profitable, than the folly of :// Edited by David Fate Norton. New York, Cambridge University Press, , xiv, pp. $ U.S. (cloth), $ U.S. (paper). This collection of eleven essays adds another distinguished volume to the lengthening series of Cambridge Companions. its editor's introduction sketches Hume's place in the history of philosophy, briefly comments on his philosophy and sets out the volume's aim. +Cambridge+Companion+to+Hume.-a
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