Common Sense in the Scottish Enlightenment

[Oxford, United Kingdom]: Oxford University Press (2018)
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Common sense philosophy was one of the Scottish Enlightenment's most original intellectual products. The nine specially written essays in this volume explore the philosophical and historical significance of this school of thought, recovering the ways in which it developed during the long eighteenth century.



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