Linked bibliography for the SEP article " Thomas Reid" by Gideon Yaffe and Ryan Nichols

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Reid's Major Works

[1748] An Essay on Quantity; Occasioned by Reading a Treatise in which Simple and Compound Ratios are Applied to Virtue and Merit
[1764] An Inquiry into the Human Mind on the Principles of Common Sense
[1774] A Brief Account of Aristotle's Logic
[1785] Essays on the Intellectual Powers of Man
[1788] Essays on the Active Powers of Man
[1799] A Statistical Account of the University of Glasgow

All are included in The Works of Thomas Reid, D.D..

Reid's Works

The Edinburgh Edition of Thomas Reid's works, a joint venture between Edinburgh University Press and Pennsylvania State University Press, has released the majority of volumes in its projected ten volume set. These books are now the definitive editions of Reid's works. The only major work not yet released in this set is Reid's Essays on Active Powers. We refer to this book by essay, chapter and (where applicable) section number, as well as by page number in Hamilton's The Works of Thomas Reid.

* N.B. These collections are composed of manuscript writings that are not in Thomas Reid's handwriting; they represent student transcriptions of his lectures at University of Glasgow.

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