Talk:Essays, Moral, Political, and Literary

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Please do not delete this page I am currently writing, because I am actually in the process of expanding it. Though this page is mainly chapter headings, I am in the process of elebarating on one of them in particular (Of refinement in the Arts) which is a text which is studied at university as one of Hume's key texts. By creating this page, I am creating an opportunity for people to expand on the other chapters I have not written on. In order to explain Hume's 'Of refinement in the arts', it would need to be included in the context of the larger work which it falls in. Thank you. -- Erudite (talk) 19:15, 11 December 2007 (UTC)


Even if Hume used capitals in his chapter headings, we don't want all that SHOUTING in Wikipedia. I don't actually think we need all the chapter headings unless you propse to write an article on each one. But in any case do not put them back until they have been de-capitalised.

Also did you not think that a link to the article about Hume might have been a good idea? It might have prevented the no-context tag being applied. You could not even manage to link to him in your hangon note! -- RHaworth (Talk | contribs) 22:13, 11 December 2007 (UTC)