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The Scottish Enlightenment: 1

Essays in Reinterpretation
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A collection of ten specially commissioned essays addressing five themes central to any study of the Scottish Enlightenment: (1) the place (both physical and cognitive) of science and medicine in the Scottish Enlightenment; (ii) the institutionalisation of enlightenment in the universities; (iii) the cultivation of the different branches of 'the science of man' in the Scottish Enlightenment; (iv) the national and international contexts of enlightenment thought in Scotland; and (v) the historiography of the Scottish Enlightenment. Taking up these themes, the editor and contributors explore facets of enlightened culture in Scotland which have not been given their due in the literature, and reassess current interpretations of various aspects of the Scottish Enlightenment specifically and its relation to the European Enlightenment in general. Special emphasis is given to such major Scottish thinkers as Francis Hutcheson, George Campbell, Thomas Reid, and David Hume.

Author Biography

Alexander Broadie holds degrees from the universities of Edinburgh, Oxford, Glasgow and Blaise Pascal (Clermont-Ferrand). He is Honorary Professorial Research Fellow and Emeritus Professor of Logic and Rhetoric at the University of Glasgow. Among his many books are The Circle of John Mair (1985), The Scottish Enlightenment (2001) and A History of Scottish Philosophy (Saltire Society Scottish History Book of the Year 2009). For 2010 - 13 he is the Principal Investigator of a Leverhulme-funded International network 'Scottish philosophers in 17th-century Scotland and France'.
Release date NZ
November 15th, 2000
Audience
  • Professional & Vocational
Contributor
  • Edited by Paul Wood
Country of Publication
United States
Illustrations
14 Illustrations, black and white
Imprint
University of Rochester Press
Pages
412
Dimensions
165x238x33
ISBN-13
9781580460651
Product ID
2822526

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