Freedom and Moral Sentiment. Hume's Way of Naturalizing Responsibility.
Oxford University Press, 1996. 212p. Hardback. Russell's book, which is the first full analysis of Hume's theories on this key theme (freedom), does justice to their complexity and systematic character, and by relating them to more recent debates shows us, once again, why Hume remains such a continual source of philosophical stimulus. It is excellent creative scholarship. Terence Penelhum, Canadian Journal of Philosophy 13/07/1999 (Publisher's information).