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The Social Theory of the Scottish Enlightenment by  Christopher J Berry - Paperback - Reprint - 2001 - from House of Our Own and

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The Social Theory of the Scottish Enlightenment

by Berry, Christopher J

Condition: Very Good

Edinburgh, Scotland, U.K.: Edinburgh University Press, 2001. This book provides an accessible interpretation and synthesis of social thought in Scotland from 1740 to 1790; it discusses the work of Scottish thinkers who produced important analyses of historical change, politics, morality, and commercial society, including David Hume, Adam Smith, William Robertson, Adam Ferguson, Lord Kames, John Millar, James Dunbar, and Gilbert Stuart (maroon cover has a few small, faint scratches; otherwise a bright, clean, tight copy; in stock & available for immediate shipment from an independent bookstore). Reprint. Trade Paperback. Very Good.


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