"Interesting" does not preclude one from being "bad." Hobbes and Hume are awful thinkers, in that they are irrational the majority of the time and immoral. The English school has always been remarkable for missing the point, and this just got steadily worse up to such dazzling ignoramuses as Wittgenstein. Hume spent thousands of pages misunderstanding des Cartes, and Wittgenstein drafted hundreds of "analytic" syllogisms misapprehending Kant. Embarrassing, really. Some are eager to excuse them because ( a ) they are English or American and our schooling exonerates them or ( b ) they find their amorality is enticing, covering a multitude of intellectual sins.