George Anderson (minister)

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George Anderson (1677–1756) was a prominent Scottish minister during the Enlightenment. He is principally remembered for being the prime sponsor of a motion to excommunicate David Hume and Lord Kames in church courts. He also wrote several rebuttals to Hume's radical writings.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Knight, William Angus (1886). Hume. Philosophical classics for English readers 11. Lippincott.