スミスとリード--外部感覚(五感)論をめぐって [in Japanese] Adam Smith and Thomas Reid on the External Senses [in Japanese]
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There is a similarity in argument between Adam Smith's posthumous essay 'Of the External Senses' and Thomas Reid's Inquiry into the Human Mind. George Berkeley's New Theory of Vision was their common source of thought. The unique argument for 'instinctive perception' which Smith presents at the end of his essay, however, finds its echoes in the opening paragrath on 'Prudence' in his final edtion of The Theory of the Moral Sentiments.
- The Journal of economics of Kwansei Gakuin University
The Journal of economics of Kwansei Gakuin University 58(3), 573-593, 2004-12
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