Science of man

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The science of man (or the science of human nature) is a topic in David Hume's 18th century experimental philosophy A Treatise of Human Nature (1739).wikipedia
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David Hume

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The science of man (or the science of human nature) is a topic in David Hume's 18th century experimental philosophy A Treatise of Human Nature (1739).
Beginning with his A Treatise of Human Nature (1739–40), Hume strove to create a total naturalistic science of man that examined the psychological basis of human nature.

A Treatise of Human Nature

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The science of man (or the science of human nature) is a topic in David Hume's 18th century experimental philosophy A Treatise of Human Nature (1739).

Sense

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The science of man expanded the understanding of facets of human nature, including senses, impressions, ideas, imagination, passions, morality, justice, and society.

Morality

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The science of man expanded the understanding of facets of human nature, including senses, impressions, ideas, imagination, passions, morality, justice, and society.

Passion (emotion)

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Passions are a part of human nature and they rule over our reason in determining our actions.

Philosophy

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A Treatise on Human Nature and later works influenced other philosophers, such as Adam Smith, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, and Immanuel Kant—especially in discussions of morality and cause and effect.

Adam Smith

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A Treatise on Human Nature and later works influenced other philosophers, such as Adam Smith, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, and Immanuel Kant—especially in discussions of morality and cause and effect.

Jean-Jacques Rousseau

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A Treatise on Human Nature and later works influenced other philosophers, such as Adam Smith, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, and Immanuel Kant—especially in discussions of morality and cause and effect.

Immanuel Kant

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A Treatise on Human Nature and later works influenced other philosophers, such as Adam Smith, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, and Immanuel Kant—especially in discussions of morality and cause and effect.

Cognitive science

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Scotland in the modern era

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He and other Scottish Enlightenment thinkers developed what he called a 'science of man', which was expressed historically in works by authors including James Burnett, Adam Ferguson, John Millar and William Robertson, all of whom merged a scientific study of how humans behave in ancient and primitive cultures with a strong awareness of the determining forces of modernity.

Paul Rosenfels

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He devoted himself to developing the foundations of a "science of human nature."

Age of Enlightenment

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Hume and other Scottish Enlightenment thinkers developed a "science of man", which was expressed historically in works by authors including James Burnett, Adam Ferguson, John Millar and William Robertson, all of whom merged a scientific study of how humans behaved in ancient and primitive cultures with a strong awareness of the determining forces of modernity.

Scottish Enlightenment

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Scottish Enlightenment thinkers developed what leading thinkers such as James Burnett, Lord Monboddo (1714–99) and Lord Kames called a science of man, which was expressed historically in the work of thinkers such as James Burnett, Adam Ferguson, John Millar, William Robertson and John Walker, all of whom merged a scientific study of how humans behave in ancient and primitive cultures, with an awareness of the determining forces of modernity.

History of Scotland

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He and other Scottish Enlightenment thinkers developed what he called a 'science of man', which was expressed historically in works by authors including James Burnett, Adam Ferguson, John Millar and William Robertson, all of whom merged a scientific study of how humans behave in ancient and primitive cultures with a strong awareness of the determining forces of modernity.

Index of philosophical literature

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History of universities in Scotland

He and other Scottish Enlightenment thinkers developed what he called a 'science of man', which was expressed historically in works by authors including James Burnett, Adam Ferguson, John Millar and William Robertson, all of whom merged a scientific study of how humans behave in ancient and primitive cultures with a strong awareness of the determining forces of modernity.

Scottish education in the eighteenth century

He and other Scottish Enlightenment thinkers developed what he called a 'science of man', which was expressed historically in works by authors including James Burnett, Adam Ferguson, John Millar and William Robertson, all of whom merged a scientific study of how humans behave in ancient and primitive cultures with a strong awareness of the determining forces of modernity.