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Hume, D.
 
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Subjects I 15
Subject/Hume: the mind becomes subject, by being affected by the principles.
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I 69
Subject/Hume is not a characteristic, but the qualification of a collection of ideas. Idea of subjectivity: is then the reflection of the affection in the imagination, it is the general rule itself.
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I 101
Subject/Hume: itself unfolding movement - the subject comes to unfolding - some content: mediation - problem: with what right do I claim more than I know? - Solution: the subject is certainly given - by reinventing itself, it makes from the given a synthesis, a system itself - (core of empiricism) - (TranscendentalismVs - VsVs: the given does not stand across the subject, the subject is constituted in the given) ,
Given/Hume: flow, movement without identity and without law
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I 114
Subject/Hume: synthesis of time - Synthesis: sets past as a rule for the future.
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I 115
Synthesis/Hume: = habit = subject
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I 120
Mind/Hume: transforms into the subject by the two principles of affect and association.
Definition subject/Hume: the instance that pursues an aim, a purpose by the principle of utility, and establishes connections between ideas.
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I 121
Problem of the subject/Hume: Because the relations are external to the ideas (the ideas do not connect by themselves) the question is: on which other causes is the subject denpending - (> empiricism).
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I 130
Unity of the subject: arises because subjectivity is practical and is therefore inseparable from the circumstances and its content.
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I 141
Subject/Bergson: first a left behind impression by the principles which turns into a machine that works with this impression - subject/Hume: is not cognitive but practical.
D. Hume
I Gilles Delueze David Hume, Frankfurt 1997 (Frankreich 1953,1988)
II Norbert Hoerster Hume: Existenz und Eigenschaften Gottes aus Speck(Hg) Grundprobleme der großen Philosophen der Neuzeit I Göttingen, 1997


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