"All our ideas derived from the senses are confusedly false and illusive; and cannot therefore be supposed to have place in a supreme intelligence: and as the ideas of internal sentiment, added to those of the external senses, compose the whole furniture of human understanding, we may conclude, that none of the materials of thought are in any respect similar in the human and in the divine intelligence"
— Hume, David (1711-1776)
See Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion. By David Hume, Esq. ([London?]: [s.n.], 1779). <Link to ESTC>
Searching in Past Masters: The Complete Works and Correspondence of David Hume, ed. Mark C. Rooks (Charlottesville: InteLex Corporation, 1995). [Text of Dialogues is a corrected version of that published in the 1854 Works]
Reading Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion, 2nd ed., ed. Richard H. Popkin (Indianapolis: Hackett, 1998).