<history of philosophy, gnoseology, psychology> belief that an object comprises only the features or properties it exhibits, without requiring the unifying presence of any underlying substance. Most notably, Hume supposed that the human self or mind is nothing more than a bundle of perceptions linked to each other only by contingent associations. Recommended Reading: James Bricke Hume's Philosophy of Mind (Princeton, 1980).
[A Dictionary of Philosophical Terms and Names]
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