Hello everyone , I am in the course of reading a book on the abolition of slavery, and the author writes this sentence, talking about David Hume's work: "One may wonder if it is quite fair to judge the whole work and think of the philosopher in the light of this single footnote." I am puzzled by this use of think to refer to what I would have called the thought of a philosopher. Am I wide of the mark? I know one can have a think, but I wouldn't have associated this kind of think to a philosopher's work. Thanks in advance for your valuable answers as always.