- Title Pages
- Abbreviations of Hume's Writings Used in Citations
- Part I Riddles, Critics, and Monsters: Text and Context
- 1 The Riddle
- 2 “Atheism” and Hume's Early Critics
- 3 Religious Philosophers and Speculative Atheists
- 4 Newtonianism, Freethought, and Hume's Scottish Context
- 5 The Monster of Atheism
- Part II The Form and Face of Hume's System
- 6 A Hobbist Plan
- 7 Atheism under Cover
- Part III The Nature of Hume's Universe
- 8 Blind Men before a Fire
- 9 Making Nothing of “Almighty Space”
- 10 The Argument a Priori and Hume's “Curious Nostrum”
- 11 Induction, Analogy, and a Future State
- 12 Matter, Omnipotence, and Our Idea of Necessity
- 13 Skepticism, Deception, and the Material World
- 14 Immateriality, Immortality, and the Human Soul
- 15 The Practical Pyrrhonist
- Part IV THE ELEMENTS OF VIRTUOUS ATHEISM
- 16 Freedom within Necessity
- 17 Morality without Religion
- Part V HUME'S PHILOSOPHY OF IRRELIGION
- 18 The Myth of “Castration” and the Riddle's Solution
- 19 Was Hume an “Atheist”?
- 20 Hume's Lucretian Mission
Cato's Speech at the Oracle of Ammon
- The Riddle of Hume's Treatise
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