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David Hume archive, a searchable archive of all David Hume's philosophical works, edited by Peter Millican (Oxford) and Amyas Merivale (Leeds). The texts are checked against authoritative original editions (1777 for works in the Essays and Treatises on Several Subjects), and presented visually as closely as possible to the original, though within a framework that also displays modern reference forms (both page numbers of the standard printed editions, and paragraph numbers). Editorial corrections may be ignored, revealed, or assumed, as the user chooses. The texts are all encoded in UTF-8 and marked up in XML; the site also makes use of XSLT and PHP. The text of the Dialogues concerning Natural Religion (1779) is linked to the page images of Hume's original manuscript, kindly provided by the Royal Society of Edinburgh and available only through this site. The site also contains editorial and bibliographical materials, including discussion of Hume's works, variants, a major Hume bibliography, and an archive of scholarly papers.