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PublisherKessinger Publishing
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Release date 01.04.2005
Pages count612
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1843. Thomas Reid was one of the most daring and original thinkers of the eighteenth century. His work became the cornerstone of the Scottish School of Common Sense Philosophy, and was highly influential in nineteenth-century America; it also anticipated the thinking of such twentieth-century figures as Moore and Wittgenstein. Essays on the Active Powers of the Human Mind expounds the Reidian theory of moral agency. The edition also includes some of Reid's correspondence, a biography by his disciple Dugald Stewart, and twenty-seven supplementary dissertations by Sir William Hamilton.

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