Henry Home Bibliography

Essays on the Principles of Morality and Natural Religion 1751
Defended the doctrinne of innate ideas and offended certain Presbyterian ministers by suggesting that God had implanted in the human mind a belief in free will, though without allowing actual freedom. Home comments on the work of David Hume throughout the volume, mostly regarding Hume?s view of belief, personal identity, causality, morality and ?Of a Particular Providence.?
Historical Law Tracts 1758
Principles of Equity 1760
An Introduction to the Art of Thinking 1761
Elements of Criticism 1762
Noted in the history of aesthetics for its attempt to equate beauty with what is pleasant to the natural senses of sight and hearing.
Sketches of the History of Man 1774
The Gentleman Farmer 1776