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1. General Term: Reid, Thomas
Reid, Thomas Scottish philosopher (1710-1796). Reid was the founder of the ‘Common Sense’ school of Scottish philosophy, which set out to refute the varieties of philosophical scepticism defended by Hume and Berkeley,
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2. General Term: Brown, Thomas
empiricist than that of e.g. Thomas Reid or Dugald Stewart . He was a pupil of Stewart, and was Professor of Moral Philosophy at the University of Edinburgh from 1810-1820. Related Topics: History Contributed by: Thomas
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3. Intelligent Design Topic: The Distinction Between Natural and Non-Natural De...
The philosopher Thomas Reid made this same argument over 200 years ago Lectures on Natural Theology 1780): "No man ever saw wisdom [read "design"], and if he does not [infer wisdom] from the marks of it, he can form no conclusions
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4. Intelligent Design Topic: Situating Intelligent Design in the Contemporary D...
realism (notably the work of Thomas Reid ), and to the informed critiques of Darwinism that have consistently appeared ever since Darwin published his Origin (e.g., Louis Agassiz, St. George Mivart, Richard Goldschmidt, Pierre Grassé, Gerald
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5. General Term: Stewart, Dugald
Stewart studied under Reid at Glasgow, and his philosophy was in the same ‘Common Sense’ tradition, based on ‘intuitionist’ realism and opposed to Humean scepticism. From 1788-1810, Stewart was Professor of Moral
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6. Itnerdisciplinary Topic: Theology and the History of Psychology
Edwards and John Wesley , Thomas Reid and Dugald Stewart , James McCosh and George Trumbull Ladd are very rarely mentioned. It is impossible to have a thorough understanding of the historical processes that led to the construction of the
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