Adam Smith: The Moral Sentiments. John Kilcullen - manuscript
Adam Smith: The Moral Sentiments. John Kilcullen - manuscript. Cian Swearingen - 2013 - In Christopher J. Berry, Maria Pia Paganelli & Craig Smith (ed., The Oxford Handbook of Adam Smith. Oxford University Press. pp. 159. The Printed Books in the Library of the Hunterian Museum in the University of Glasgow. A Catalogue Prepared by Mungo Ferguson, with a Topographical Index by D. B. Smith. Xxiii + 396. (Glasgow University Publications, XVIII. Glasgow: Jackson, Wylieand C. 1930.
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Reported by a Student in 1762-63. Smith's lectures, eventually published from a student's notes in 1963, were famous in their time and played a role in establishing the first professorship of literature at the University of Edinburgh, a position held first held by Hugh Blair. Text bibliography indexes. Unlike Adam Smith, Blair does not mention Spenser in his published lectures. Lecture 12 mentions an imitation of Spenser on stage: "Even when there is no burlesque, the applying grand expressions, or such as seem not easily applicable to the subject, pleases us from the same cause.
26 Lectures on Rhetoric [. The book seeks to generate a renewed interest in Blair by provoking new inquiries into the tradition of belletristic rhetoric and by serving as both aid and incentive to others who may join in the project of improving understanding of this landmark rhetorical scholarship.
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The Notes of Dr. Smith’s Rhetorick Lectures, discovered in 1958 by a University of Aberdeen professor, consists of. .There are thirty lectures in the collection, all on rhetoric and the different kinds or characteristics of style. Smith’s Rhetorick Lectures, discovered in 1958 by a University of Aberdeen professor, consists of lecture notes taken by two of Smith’s students at the University of Glasgow in 1762–1763. The book is divided into an examination of the several The Notes of Dr.
Adam Smith, sometimes referred to as the father of modern economics, gave a series of.Lectures on rhetoric and belles lettres: delivered in the University of Glasgow by Adam Smith, reported by a student in 1762-63.
Adam Smith, sometimes referred to as the father of modern economics, gave a series of lectures on rhetoric in 1762 and 1763 (Smith, 1963). This was not remarkable at the time. Smith reflected a long tradition (dating back to classical Greece) where both logic and rhetoric were considered central to a good education. Briefly, we could consider logic to be concerned with proof, whereas rhetoric is concerned with persuasion. The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences.
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