Adam Smith’s contribution to economics is well-recognised but in recent years scholars have been exploring anew the multidisciplinary nature of his works. The Adam Smith Review is a refereed annual review that provides a unique forum for interdisciplinary debate on all aspects of Adam Smith’s works, his place in history, and the significance of his writings to the modern world. It is aimed at facilitating debate between scholars working across the humanities and social sciences, thus emulating the reach of the Enlightenment world which Smith helped to shape.
The seventh volume of the series contains contributions from specialists across a range of disciplines, including Christopher Berry, Maureen Harkin, Edith Kuiper, N.B. Leddy, Catriona Seth, Henry C. Clarke, Deidre Dawson, Dionysios Drosos, Ioannis A.Tassopoulos, Jeremy Jennings, Ryan Patrick Hanley, Fotini Vaki, Spiros Tegos, Nicholas J. Theocarakis, Chandran Kukathas, Donald Winch, Fonna Forman, Craig Smith, Nicholas Phillipson, Chad Flanders, Emily Nacol, Andrea Radasanu, Rachel Zuckert, Michael L. Fraser, Ian S. Ross, Daniel B. Klein, Douglas J. Den Uyl, James A. Harris, Geoffrey Kellow, Paul Dumouchel, Jan Horst Keppler, Paul Oslington, Adrian Walsh, Spencer J. Pack, and Dennis C. Rasmussen.
Topics examined include:
- Smith and Women
- Adam Smith in Greece
- Nicholas Phillipson's Adam Smith: An Enlightened Life
- Michael L. Fraser's The Enlightenment of Sympathy: Justice and the Moral Sentiments in the Eighteenth Century and Today
Table of Contents
Andrew Skinner: A Personal Appreciation Christopher Berry Symposium: Smith and Women Guest Editor: Maureen Harkin 1.1 Adam Smith and Women: Introduction Maureen Harkin 1.2 The Invisible Hands; Adam Smith and the Women in his Life Edith Kuiper 1.3 Grave, Philosophical and Cool Reasoner: Mary Wollstonecraft on the use of Gender in Adam Smith N.B. Leddy 1.4 Sophie de Grouchy-Condorcet’s Translation of Adam Smith’s Theory of Moral Sentiments Catriona Seth 1.5 Adam Smith on Women: Nature, History, and Liberty Henry C. Clark 1.6 Love, Marriage and Virtue: Mary Wollstonecraft and Sophie de Grouchy, marquise de Condorcet, Respond to The Theory of Moral Sentiments Deidre Dawson Symposium: Adam Smith in Greece Guest Editor: Dionysios Drosos 2.1 Impartial Spectatorship and Moral Community in Adam Smith’s Vision of the Enlightenment Dionysios Drosos 2.2 The Universal Legislator, the Impartial Spectator and the sensus communis: Kant and Smith on Morality and Judgment Fotini Vaki 2.3 Adam Smith’s Bipolar Approach to Law Ioannis A.Tassopoulos 2.4 The Two Sources of Corruption of Moral Sentiments in Adam Smith Spiros Tegos 2.5 The Reception of Adam Smith in Greece: a Most Peculiar metakenosis Nicholas J. Theocarakis Symposium on Nicholas Phillipson's Adam Smith: An Enlightened Life Guest Editor: Jeremy Jennings 3.1 Introduction Jeremy Jennings 3.2 Moral Theory in an Enlightened Life Ryan Patrick Hanley 3.3 Das Rousseau Probleme: Adam Smith’s Politics and Economics Chandran Kukathas 3.4 A Short Comment on the Long History of Smith Biography Donald Winch 3.5 Smith, Moral Portraiture and the Science
Fonna Forman is Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of California-San Diego, USA. She is Editor of The Adam Smith Review on behalf of the International Adam Smith Society.