|Repository:||Georgia Historical Society|
|Creator:||Reid, Thomas, 1710-1796.|
|Title:||Thomas Reid philosophy lectures|
|Extent:||0.25 cubic feet (2 volumes)|
Thomas Reid (1710-1796) was Professor of Moral Philosophy at the University of Glasgow from 1764 to 1781. He was elected Clerk of Senate in 1776.
Born in Kincardineshire, Reid became a minister and then Regent of Philosophy at King's College, Aberdeen. He was instrumental in the founding of the Aberdeen Philosophical Society and was a key figure in the "school of common sense philosophy" which flourished during the Scottish Enlightenment. His Enquiry into the Human Mind on the Principles of Common Sense was published in 1764, the year he succeeded Adam Smith as Professor of Moral Philosophy in the University of Glasgow.
This collection contains two volumes of lectures on subjects such as Of the Culture of the Mind, Culture of Society, Culture of Education, Difference of Nations, Means of Culture, Improvement of the Imagination, Means of Advancing Knowledge, Improvement of the Reasoning Power, Connection Between Mind and Body, and others.
[item identification], Thomas Reid philosophy lectures, MS 651, Georgia Historical Society, Savannah, Georgia.
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|1||Volume 1: Design of the Course of Lectures, Lectures I-XII ( 284.0 pages. )|
|2||Volume 2: Lectures XV-XXXI ( 366.0 pages. )|