|aAdam Smith's moral philosophy :|ba historical and contemporary perspective on markets, law, ethics, and culture /|cby Jerry Evensky.
|aCambridge, England :|bCambridge University Press,|c2007.
|axv, 331 p. ;|c24 cm.
|aHistorical perspectives on modern economics
|aIncludes bibliographical references (p. 313-324) and index.
|aAdam Smith's vision -- On human nature, social norms, co-evolution, natural selection, and the human prospect -- On the role of positive law in humankind's evolution -- On the role of religion in humankind's evolution -- On the progress of opulence, setting the scene in Book I of The wealth of nations -- The role of capital in the progress of opulence : the analysis of Book II of The wealth of nations -- An unnatural path to natural progress : Smith represents the power of his principles in Book III of The wealth of nations -- Smith on the mercantile system and the evolution of his voice : Book IV of The wealth of nations and Part VI of The theory of moral sentiments -- On the role of government : Book V of The wealth of nations -- "Chicago Smith" versus "Kirkaldy Smith" -- Toward a dynamic three-dimensional analysis -- The liberal plan and the quandary of capital -- Epilogue : on the human prospect.
|aSmith, Adam,|d1723-1790.|tInquiry into the nature and causes of the wealth of nations.
|aSmith, Adam,|d1723-1790.|tTheory of moral sentiments.
|aSmith, Adam,|d1723-1790.|xCriticism and interpretation.