The Theory of Moral Sentiments

Notes

  1. ^ Letter from David Hume to Adam Smith, 12 April 1759, in Hume, D. (2011) New Letters of David Hume, ed. Raymond Klibansky and Ernest C. Mossner, Oxford: Oxford University Press. p. 49.
  2. ^ Smith, Adam (1761). Theory of Moral Sentiments (2 ed.). Strand & Edinburgh: A. Millar; A. Kincaid & J. Bell. Retrieved 26 May 2014. 
  3. ^ Smith, Adam (1790). Theory of Moral Sentiments, or An Essay towards An Analysis of the Principles by which Men naturally judge concerning the Conduct and Character, first of their Neighbours, and afterwards of themselves, to which is added a Dissertation on the Origin of Languages I (Sixth ed.). London: A. Strahan; and T.Cadell in the Strand; and T. Creech and J. Bell & Co. at Edinburgh. Retrieved 18 June 2015.  via Google Books; Smith, Adam (1790). Theory of Moral Sentiments, or An Essay towards An Analysis of the Principles by which Men naturally judge concerning the Conduct and Character, first of their Neighbours, and afterwards of themselves, to which is added a Dissertation on the Origin of Languages II (Sixth ed.). London: A. Strahan; and T.Cadell in the Strand; and T. Creech and J. Bell & Co. at Edinburgh. Retrieved 18 June 2015.  via Google Books
  4. ^ Vernon L. Smith (1998). "The Two Faces of Adam Smith," Southern Economic Journal, 65(1), p. 3 (pp. 1- 19). Press ctrl+.

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