Propriety and Prosperity: New Studies on the Philosophy of Adam Smith

Galleys have now been generated for this collection. Here is the finalized table of contents.


List of Figures

Foreword by Vernon L. Smith


List of Contributors 

List of Abbreviations

1: Introduction: Epistemology not Ideology: David F. Hardwick and Leslie Marsh

Part I: Context

2: Adam Smith as a Scottish Philosopher: Gordon Graham

3: Friendship in Commercial Society Revisited: Adam Smith on Commercial Friendship: Spyridon Tegos

4: Adam Smith and French Political Economy: Parallels and Differences: Laurent Dobuzinskis

5Adam Smith: EighteenthCentury Polymath: Roger Frantz

Part II: Propriety

6: Indulgent Sympathy and the Impartial Spectator: Joshua Rust 

7: Adam Smith on Sensory Perception: A Sympathetic Account: Brian Glenney

8: Adam Smith on Sympathy: From Self-Interest to Empathy: Gloria Zúñiga y Postigo

9: What My Dog Can Do: On the Effect of The Wealth of Nations I.ii.2: Jack Weinstein

Part III: Prosperity

10: Metaphor Made Manifest: Taking Seriously Smith’s ‘Invisible Hand’: Eugene Heath

11: The ‘Invisible Hand’ Phenomenon in Economics: Gavin Kennedy

12: Instincts and the Invisible Order: The Possibility of Progress: Jonathan B. Wight

13: Two Invisible Hands: Family, Markets, and the Adam Smith Problem: Lauren K. Hall

14: Smith, Justice, and the Scope of the Political: Craig Smith