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Nine leading scholars give new interpretations and perspectives on the Scottish Enlightenment and its key thinkers. Enlightenment thought was characterized by its extraordinary breadth in both the arts and the sciences, and an intellectual fascination for the role of man within his society - "the science of man". This book elucidates the writings of Hume, Reid and other 18 Nine leading scholars give new interpretations and perspectives on the Scottish Enlightenment and its key thinkers. This book elucidates the writings of Hume, Reid and other 18th century scholars and sheds fresh light on both their ideas and the contexts within which they were writing.
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Hume, DavidDavid Hume, oil painting by Allan Ramsay, 1766; in the .
Hume, DavidDavid Hume, oil painting by Allan Ramsay, 1766; in the Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh. Courtesy of the Scottish National Portrait Gallery. Hutcheson, a professor at the University of Glasgow, was a major source of inspiration for his pupil Smith as well as for Smith’s professorial successor, Thomas Reid.
Sher provides a richly detailed map of the Scottish Enlightenment’s progress across the Atlantic, using book history as a navigational tool. Historians of the book in America will find here a wealth of new information and a fresh transatlantic perspective on the development of book publishing in the late eighteenth century. lt;James N. Green, Library Company of Pennsylvania and coauthor of Benjamin Franklin, Writer and Printer.
The Scottish Enlightenment (Scots: Scots Enlichtenment, Scottish Gaelic: Soillseachadh na h-Alba) was the period in 18th- and early-19th-century Scotland characterised by an outpouring of intellectual and scientific accomplishments. By the eighteenth century, Scotland had a network of parish schools in the Lowlands and four universities
See Paul B. Wood, Buffon’s Reception in Scotland: The Aberdeen Connection, Annals of Science 44 (1987): 171–73; Wood, Chi era Thomas Reid?, 294–95; Ross, Lord Kames, 357–60. CrossRefGoogle Scholar.
The Scottish Enlightenment had effects far beyond Scotland, not only because of the esteem in which Scottish . Mark R. M. Towsey, Reading the Scottish Enlightenment: Books and Their Readers in Provincial Scotland, 1750–1820 (2010).
The Scottish Enlightenment had effects far beyond Scotland, not only because of the esteem in which Scottish achievements were held outside Scotland, but also because its ideas and attitudes were carried across the Atlantic world as part of the Scottish diaspora, and by American students who studied in Scotland. R. B. Sher, "Scotland Transformed: The Eighteenth Century", in J. Wormald, e. Scotland: A History (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2005), p. 169.