Glasgow Enlightenment - Andrew Hook

Glasgow Enlightenment

Andrew Hook (Redaktør) ; Richard B. Sher (Redaktør) ; Richard B. Sher (Forord)

The Glasgow Enlightenment is widely regarded as the first book to explore the nature and accomplishments of the Enlightenment in eighteenth-century Glasgow in a comprehensive manner. In addition to a general introduction by the editors, there are seven chapters devoted to Glasgow University professors, such as Adam Smith, Francis Hutcheson, Thomas Reid, John Millar, William Leechman, and John Anderson. Les mer
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The Glasgow Enlightenment is widely regarded as the first book to explore the nature and accomplishments of the Enlightenment in eighteenth-century Glasgow in a comprehensive manner. In addition to a general introduction by the editors, there are seven chapters devoted to Glasgow University professors, such as Adam Smith, Francis Hutcheson, Thomas Reid, John Millar, William Leechman, and John Anderson. At a time when the Glasgow economy was booming in the strength of its trade with America, these and other Glasgow men of science and learning were making major contributions to the European world of philosophy, law, political economy, natural philosophy, medicine, and religious toleration. There are also five chapters on other individuals and topics, including the physician and author John Moore, James Boswell during his student days, images of Glasgow in popular poetry, and Popular party clergymen who challenged the dominant views of the academic Enlightenment with an alternative vision of liberty and piety.



This edition features a new bibliographical preface by Richard B. Sher that discusses the substantial secondary literature on eighteenth-century Glasgow and the Glasgow Enlightenment since the original publication of this book more than a quarter of a century ago.
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Forlag: John Donald Short Run Press
Innbinding: Paperback
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 280
ISBN: 9781910900567
Format: 23 x 16 cm
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Andrew Hook, FBA, FRSE, is Emeritus Bradley Professor of English Literature at the University of Glasgow.



Richard B. Sher, FRHistS, CorrFRSE, is Distinguished Professor of History Emeritus, New Jersey Institute of Technology, USA.