David Hume was a Scottish historian, philosopher, economist, diplomat and essayist known mostly for his radical philosophical empiricism and skepticism. This book contains David Hume’s discourses about religion and its history. In a question of knowledge, David Hume held the position of agnosticism and skepticism. His viewpoint based on experience. According to experience source, they can be of three types: different effects of emotions, inspiration and the result of the activity of mind. According to Hume, the psychological basis for belief in the presence of objective reasons is the association of events in a sequence of images of the appearance of memory, anticipation, imagination and faith… Read the book to learn more!