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This indeed is Hume’s Thought 39 exactly what Hume does want to claim. He goes further. 19). A significant clue to the meaning of artifice is supplied by the way Hume sets up his discussion. He opens by comparing the situation of humans to that of other animals: Of all the animals . . there is none towards whom nature seems at first sight to have exercis’d more cruelty than towards man, in the numberless wants and necessities with which she has loaded him and in the slender means which she affords to the relieving of these necessities.
The latter text supplies perhaps the clearest expression. He asserts that “it is universally acknowledged that there is a great uniformity among the actions of men, in all nations and ages, and that human nature remains still the same in its principles and operations” so that it now follows that history informs us of nothing new or strange in this particular. Its chief use is only to discover the constant and universal principles of human nature by showing men in all varieties of circumstances and situations and furnishing us with materials from which we may form our observations and become acquainted with the regular springs of human action and behaviour.
Again Hutcheson can be cited as relevant witness, since he had remarked that the highest branch of justice was piety toward God [Hutcheson, 2007: 100]).