Dugald Stewart

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Scottish philosopher and follower of Thomas Reid (1753-1828)


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Morrison's exegesis found in his chapter on "Plain Common Sense" divides Scottish philosophy into "the moral sense school of Francis Hutcheson" and the "common sense school" associated with Thomas Reid and Dugald Stewart.
After an opening section on the biographical and social context of Baillie's life, Duthie's introduction situates Baillie's theory of drama within this empiricist tradition, supplemented by a first appendix of excerpts from John Locke, David Hume, Edmund Burke, Adam Smith, and Dugald Stewart.
The emphasis on subjective feeling and sentiment in these philosophers did not monopolize Emerson's early thinking on issues of morality and ethics, since the Common Sense thinkers Thomas Reid and Dugald Stewart alternatively argued for a more rational grounding of man's moral faculties.
00--Contrary to the estimation of Reid's close friend and admiring biographer, Dugald Stewart, the correspondence of Thomas Reid is of great interest.
The correspondents include some of the more important scientific and philosophical figures of the age, including David Hume, Joseph Black, Richard Price, Lord Kames, Lord Monboddo, and Dugald Stewart.