Linked bibliography for the SEP article "Francis Hutcheson" by Dale Dorsey

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A. Primary Literature

  • [Inquiry] [A] 1725 , An Inquiry into the Original of Our Ideas of Beauty and Virtue, London; second edition [B] 1726, London; third edition [C] 1729, London; fourth edition [D] 1738, London. Page numbers are from the 2004 edition, Wolfgang Leidhold (ed.), An Inquiry into the Original of our Ideas of Beauty and Virtue, Indianapolis: Liberty Fund. [Inquiry 1726 [2004] available online] (Scholar)
  • [Essay] 1728, An Essay on the Nature and Conduct of the Passions, with Illustrations on the Moral Sense, London; second edition 1730, London; third edition 1742, London. Page numbers are from the 2002, Aaron Garret (ed.), An Essay on the Nature and Conduct of the Passions and Affections, with Illustrations on the Moral Sense, Indianapolis: Liberty Fund. [Essay 1742 [2002] available online] (Scholar)
  • 1730, De naturali hominum socialitate , inaugural lecture as Professor of Moral Theology, Glasgow. Translated as On the Natural Sociability of Mankind in Hutcheson 2006: 189–216.
  • 1742, Philosophiae Moralis Institutio Compendiaria. Translated as A Short Introduction to Moral Philosophy, 1747.
  • 1742, Synopsis metaphysicae, Glasgow; second edition 1744; third edition 1749. Second edition translated as A Synopsis of Metaphysics in Hutcheson 2006: 57–188.
  • [System] 1755, A System of Moral Philosophy, three volumes, London. Page numbers are from the 2005 edition, Daniel Carey (ed.), A System of Moral Philosophy, two volumes, London: Continuum Publishing. (Scholar)
  • 1756, Logicae Compendium, Glasgow; translated as A Compend of Logic in Hutcheson 2006: 1–56.
  • 2006, Logic, Metaphysics, and the Natural Sociability of Mankind, Michael Silverthorne (trans.), James Moore and Michael Silverthorne (eds), Indianapolis, IN: Liberty Fund, 2006. [Hutcheson 2006 available online]

Note that there is not currently scholarly agreement on the methods by which to cite Hutcheson’s text. To eliminate confusion, then, I have simply cited the pagination of the editions here. While the Inquiry and Essay’s pagination is not original, the editions cited here are the most readily available and comprehensive critical edition of his works. Insofar as there is no critical edition of the System, the pagination of the 2005 text is identical to the original.

B. Secondary Literature

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