Thomas Reid (Fraser)

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Thomas Reid  (1898) 
by Alexander Campbell Fraser
Biography of Thomas Reid
CONTENTS


CHAPTER I
Boyhood and Ancestry: Strachan and the Valley of the Dee, 1710-1722

CHAPTER II
At Marischal College, 1722-1737

CHAPTER III
New Machar and David Hume, 1737-1751

CHAPTER IV
Old Aberdeen: A Regent in King's College, 1751-1764

CHAPTER V
Universal Scepticism versus Inspired Common Sense: An 'Inquiry into the Human Mind on the Principles of Common Sense,' 1764

CHAPTER VI
Glasgow College: The Professor of Moral Philosophy, 1764-1780

CHAPTER VII
In Philosophical Retirement: Authorship in Old Age, 1780-1795

CHAPTER VIII
Inspired Common Sense and Causation: Active or Moral Power in Man

CHAPTER IX
The End, 1796

CHAPTER X
Retrospective and Critical

CHAPTER XI
Reid in the Nineteenth Century: Development of the Common Sense Philosophy: Reid in France: Reid and Hamilton: Reid and Scoto-Hegelian Idealism: Ethical or Theistic Final Faith


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