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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Smith, Adam, 1723-1790.
Essays on philosophical subjects.
London, T. Cadell jun. and W. Davies; [etc., etc.] 1795
|Named Person:||Adam Smith; Adam Smith|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Adam Smith; Joseph Black; James Hutton; Dugald Stewart
|Notes:||"Advertisement by the editors" signed: Joseph Black [and] James Hutton.|
|Credits:||"Advertisement by the editors" signed: Joseph Black [and] James Hutton.|
|Description:||xcv, 244 pages 29 cm|
|Contents:||Account of the life and writings of Adam Smith, LL. D. --
The principles which lead and direct philosophical enquiries; illustrated by: The history of astronomy --
The history of the ancient physics --
The history of the ancient logics and metaphysics. --
Of the nature of that imitation which takes place in what are called the imitative arts. --
Of the affinity between music, dancing, and poetry. --
Of the affinity between certain English and Italian verses. --
Of the external senses.
|Responsibility:||By the late Adam Smith ... To which is prefixed, an Account of the life and writings of the author; by Dugald Stewart, F.R.S.E.|