A Bibliograpy of David Hume, 1711- 1776.

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A Breakdown of David Hume's Essays: Moral, Political and Literary

This breakdown is based on the 1985 edition of Hume's Essays: Moral, Political and Literary, edited by E.F. Miller and published by Liberty Classics, Indianapolis, which is based on the 1777 edition of Hume's Essays.

Divided into two parts, the 1758 edition contains the essays of the original Essays: Moral and Political (two volumes, 1742), plus the Three Essays (1748), the Political Discourses (1752), two of the Four Dissertations (1757) plus two more original essays, "Of the Jealousy of Trade" and "Of the Coalition of Parties".

The "Withdrawn and Unpublished" essays (included at the bottom as Part III) were essays of earlier editions which were withdrawn in 1758 but then included in the posthumous 1777 edition of the Essays in a separate section (except for the new essay "Of the Origin of Government" (1777) which was inserted into Part I). The essays "Of Suicide" and "Immortality of the Soul" were written in 1755 but suppressed until Hume's death, published separately (and anonymously) as Two Essays (1777) and were only much later included in the 1825 edition of the Essays.

Part I

Part II

Part III: Essays Withdrawn and Unpublished in 1758 ed. (but included in 1777 ed.)

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