David Hume Quote

It affords a violent prejudice against almost every science, that no prudent man, however sure of his principles, dares prophesy concerning any event, or foretell the remote consequences of things.


Essays and Treatises on Several Subjects...: Essays, moral, political, and literary (ed. 1770)

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It affords a violent prejudice against almost every science, that no prudent man, however sure of his principles, dares prophesy concerning any...

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It affords a violent prejudice against almost every science, that no prudent man, however sure of his principles, dares prophesy concerning any...

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It affords a violent prejudice against almost every science, that no prudent man, however sure of his principles, dares prophesy concerning any...

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It affords a violent prejudice against almost every science, that no prudent man, however sure of his principles, dares prophesy concerning any...