Introduction; 1. Context; 2. Overview of themes; 3. Reading the text; 4. Interpretations of the Dialogues; Further Reading; Index.
Andrew Pyle is Senior Lecturer in Philosophy at the University of Bristol, UK.
"This account of Hume's personal position has considerable plausibility, and the judicious way in which it is articulated by Pyle is representative of the overall merits of his book. Pyle consistently manages to combine clear exegetical guidance with a thoughtful presentation of alternative interpretations of Hume's intentions, and he also pulls off the feat of providing straightforward clarifications of specific argumentative moves in the Dialogues while developing in the background a unifying interpretation that will interest even people engaged in scholarly research on Hume's thinking about religion." -Alan Bailey, Philosophy in Review