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462-63. , p. 462. " SOME CONTEMPORARY INTERPRETATIONS 23 is not exactly self-illuminating. The six points which seem to me to form Smith's argument are as follows: l First of all, in the Treatise Hume employs the term "imagination" in a very confusing double-sense, a sense to which he himself draws explicit attention. We may refer to this double sense - or, better, to these two senses - of "imagination" as the ordinary or common sense and the special sense; and the meaning of each of these two senses may be expressed as follows: (r) In the ordinary sense, "imagination" signifies the faculty which deals with those perceptions which may be distinguished from impressions, and which in proportion as they become perfect ideas can be freely conjoined or separated.
44 SOME CONTEMPORARY INTERPRETATIONS and Enquiry I), he does not do it in quite the same way that Furlong seems to suggest that he does. " No attempt is made to seek out the general conception of imagination which underlies these different senses. Indeed, I suspect that Furlong, in maintaining that Hume uses "imagination" in a belief-producing sense, is committing himself to the view that Hume's real reason for being able to sustain his claim that imagination is one of the principles necessary for the production of belief is the fact that he used this word in a sense in which it stands for one of those necessary principles.
Is constantly referring to imagination. Where an intellectualist, solves problems by recourse to reason or intellect, Hume's universal remedy Treatise I, p. 86. "To feel" was italicized by me. , p. 154. , p. 184. 1 2 SOME CONTEMPORARY INTERPRETATIONS 31 appears to be imagination. Imagination for him plays a keypart in our perception of the external world. Imagination is allied to sympathy, the lynch-pin of Hume's moral theory. To solve philosophical problems by invoking imagination is indeed an unusual procedure.