References for Dugald Stewart


  1. Biography in Encyclopaedia Britannica.
    http://www.britannica.com/biography/Dugald-Stewart
  2. Biography by Michael P Brown, in Dictionary of National Biography (Oxford, 2004).

    Books:

  3. W Hamilton (ed.), The collected works of Dugald Stewart (11 vols.) (1994).
  4. R Olson, Scottish philosophy and British Physics 1750-1880 (Princeton University Press, Princeton, 1975).

    Articles:

  5. M Brown, Creating a canon : Dugald Stewart's construction of the Scottish Enlightenment, History of Universities 16 (2001), 135-154.
  6. P Corsi, The heritage of Dugald Stewart : Oxford philosophy and the method of political economy, Nuncius 2 (1987), 89-144.
  7. S Grave, Dugald Stewart, in The Encyclopedia of Philosophy 8 (Collier-Macmillan, London, 1967), 16-17.
  8. E H Madden, Dugald Stewart (1753-1825), in Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy 9 (London, 1998), 135-140.
  9. E H Madden, Stewart's enrichment of the common sense tradition, History of Philosophy Quarterly 3 (1) (1986), 45-63.
  10. J Morrell, John Leslie, in Dictionary of National Biography (Oxford, 2004).
  11. N Phillipson, The pursuit of virtue in Scottish university education : Dugald Stewart and Scottish moral philosophy in the Enlightenment, in N Phillipson (ed.), Universities, society and the future (1983), 82-101.
  12. S Rasid, Dugald Stewart, 'Baconian' methodology and political economy, Journal of the History of Ideas 46 (1985), 245-257.
  13. S C Stimson, The figure of Smith : Dugald Stewart and the propagation of Smithian economics, European Journal for the History of European Thought 3 (1996), 225-253.
  14. D Winch, The ststem of the north : Dugald Stewart and his students, in J Burrow, S Collini and D Winch, That noble science of politics (1983), 24-61.
  15. P Wood, Dugald Stewart and the invention of the 'Scottish Enlightenment', in P Wood (ed.), The Scottish Enlightenment : essays in reinterpretation (2000), 1-35.