David Palmeter and others have expressed the hope that I will record the delayed Hume lectures. I have a confession to make. When I was young [which is to say, in my forties or fifties] I thought nothing of teaching two regular courses and two or more moonlighting courses. In 1981, I lived in Belmont outside Boston, commuted on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays to Amherst to teach at UMass, and flew down to New York on Thursdays to teach a course at the New School.
But time passes, and my energy level declines. I found the prospect of recording a lecture each Thursday on Hume while lecturing each Monday for two hours on Marx daunting. So I decided to postpone the Hume series [only three or four lectures, I suspect] until the semester is over.
Meanwhile, I await the South Carolina results this evening and the Super Tuesday results in three days.