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Economy, polity, and society : British intellectual history, 1750-1950

Author: Stefan Collini; Richard Whatmore; B W Young
Publisher: Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2000.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Stefan Collini; Richard Whatmore; B W Young
ISBN: 0521630185 9780521630184 0521639786 9780521639781
OCLC Number: 42291285
Notes: Includes index.
Description: viii, 283 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Sociability and self-love in the theatre of moral sentiments: Mandeville to Adam Smith / E.J. Hundert --
'That noble disquiet': meanings of liberty in the discourse of the North / Dario Castiglione --
Language, sociability, and history: some reflections on the foundations of Adam Smith's science of man / Nicholas Phillipson --
Adam Smith and tradition: the Wealth of nations before Malthus / Richard F. Teichgraeber III --
Economy and polity in Bentham's science of legislation / David Lieberman --
'A gigantic manliness': Paine's republicanism in the 1790s / Richard Whatmore --
Irish culture and Scottish enlightenment: Maria Edgeworth's histories of the future / Marilyn Butler --
Improving Ireland: Richard Whately, theology, and political economy / Norman Vance --
Political and domestic economy in victorian social thought: Ruskin and Xenophon / Jane Garnett --
State and market in British university history / Sheldon Rothblatt --
Mr Gradgrind and Jerusalem / Donald Winch.
Responsibility: edited by Stefan Collini, Richard Whatmore, Brian Young.
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