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Notice John W. Davis Upon finishing the editorship of Hume Studies after fifteen years, I want to thank some of the many people who have helped in making the Journal possible. Above all I owe a debt of gratitude to the Department of Philosophy and the Faculty of Arts of the University of Western Ontario for generous support in financial matters as well as help in countless other ways. In particular, when the Journal was first contemplated, I received help and encouragement in many ways from the then Dean of the Faculty ofArts, J. G. Rowe. I received invaluable assistance from secretaries over the years who worked on the Journal. For some years the Journal received financial assistance from the Social and Humanities Research Council of Canada. Their help is gratefully acknowledged. No Journal can succeed without help in assessing papers for possible publication. The response of the many Hume specialists that Studies and other Journals raises immeasurably the standards of the profession. The Journal is fortunate that Professor Fred Wilson of the I asked to referee papers is gratifying. The unsung work on Hume University of Toronto will assume the Editorship with the November, 1990 issue. Professor Wilson is a brilliant scholar and a distinguished Hume specialist. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Hume Studies Hume Society

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Hume Studies , Volume 16 (1) – Jan 26, 1990

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John W. Davis Upon finishing the editorship of Hume Studies after fifteen years, I want to thank some of the many people who have helped in making the Journal possible. Above all I owe a debt of gratitude to the Department of Philosophy and the Faculty of Arts of the University of Western Ontario for generous support in financial matters as well as help in countless other ways. In particular, when the Journal was first contemplated, I received help and encouragement in many ways from the then Dean of the Faculty ofArts, J. G. Rowe. I received invaluable assistance from secretaries over the years who worked on the Journal. For some years the Journal received financial assistance from the Social and Humanities Research Council of Canada. Their help is gratefully acknowledged. No Journal can succeed without help in assessing papers for possible publication. The response of the many Hume specialists that Studies and other Journals raises immeasurably the standards of the profession. The Journal is fortunate that Professor Fred Wilson of the I asked to referee papers is gratifying. The unsung work on Hume University of Toronto will assume the Editorship with the November, 1990 issue. Professor Wilson is a brilliant scholar and a distinguished Hume specialist.

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Published: Jan 26, 1990

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