David Hume, one of the most influential philosophers to have
written in the English language, is widely known as a skeptic and
an empiricist. He is famous for raising questions about the
existence of things for which there is insufficient empirical
evidence, such as souls, the self, miracles, and, perhaps most
importantly, God. Despite this reputation, however, Hume's
works contain frequent references to a deity, and one searches in... more...