|Title:||Hume on Religion|
|Description:||Hume’s Dialogues concerning Natural Religion may be the single most important and influential book of philosophy on the subject of religion. In it, Hume examines some of the most vexing, enduring, and profound questions that arise in human experience: Is there a god?; If so, is it a god who cares about us?; If there is a god, what are we to think of the abundance of evils in the world?; Does the world exist by chance or by design?; Is religious belief rational? These questions are in the vanguard of our efforts, throughout history, to make sense of the world and our place in it|
|Appears in Collections:||Religion|
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