Series Editor's Preface, Elinor Shaffer; Acknowledgements; List of Contributors; Timeline; Introduction, Peter Jones; 1. Hume's Reception in Ireland; M.A. Stewart, UK; 2. The Early British Reception of Hume's Writings on Religion; M.A. Stewart, UK; 3. Hume's Reception in France; Michel Malherbe, University of Nantes, France; 4. The Reception of Hume in Germany; Manfred Kuehn, Boston University, USA; 5. David Hume and Sir James Steuart; Andrew S. Skinner, University of Glasgow, UK; 6. Hume's Reception in Eighteenth-Century Philadelphia; Mark G. Spencer, Brock University, Canada; 7. Italian Responses to David Hume; Paola Zanardi, University of Ferrara, Italy. 8. Translations of Hume's Works in Italy; Emilio Mazza, Universita IULM, Italy; 9. Hume in Russia; Tatiana V. Artemieva, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia and Mikhail I. Mikeshin, St. Petersburg State University, Russia; 10. The Reception of David Hume's Philosophy in Sweden; Henrik Lagerlund, Uppasala University, Sweden; 11. David Hume and Polish Philosophical and Social Thought; Bozena Kusnierz, Poland; 12. 'Ignoramus': David Hume's Idea's in the Hungarian Enlightenment; Pal Acs, University of Budapest, Hungary; 13. The Reception of David Hume in Czech Thought; Josef Moural, Charles University, Czech Republic; 14. The Reception of David Hume in Romania; Andreea Deciu Ritivoi, Carnegie Mellon University, USA; 15. Canonization and Critique: Hume's Reputation as a Historian; Mark Salber Phillips, Carleton University, Canada and Dale R. Smith, University College of the Fraser Valley, Canada; 16. The Reception of Hume in Nineteenth-Century British Philosophy; James A. Harris, University of St. Andrews, UK; 17. The Scientific Reception of Hume's Theory of Causation: Establishing the Positivist Interpretation in Early Nineteenth-Century Scotland; John P. Wright, Central Michigan University, USA; Bibliography; Index.