Hi, I have a question regarding Hume's view of the self which I've been wondering about for a long time. According to Hume, the self is nothing but a bundle of sensations that are linked by certain relations like resemblance etc. If the self is nothing but a series of sensations without an overarching "I," how might he respond to the phenomenon of the internal monologue? Would he have claimed that it was simply a sensation like any other sensation? Thanks very much.

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