The Rise of Political Economy in the Scottish Enlightenment

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INDEX
Page references for notes are followed by n
a
Account of a Conversation for the Common Good of Mankind, An (Fletcher) 8 , 16-17 ;
citizen of the world 17-18 ;
political arithmetic 14 ;
reason of state 11 ;
trade 15 , 16 , 19 n
Adam Smith's Politics (Winch) 118
Addison, Joseph 86
adventitious rights 43 , 46
agrarian capitalism 5
Alien Act, 1705 23
alienable rights 43
Alvey, J.E. 136
Aquinas, St Thomas 44
Arishima, Takeo 197
Aristotle 43
Armitage, D. 17
arts 77-8 , 79 , 80-1
Athenaeus 70
Athens 74
atonement 145
Austria 90 , 96

b
Bacon, Francis 186-7 , 189
benevolence 41-2 , 204
Berkeley, George 4 , 54 , 55-6 , 59 , 64 ;
luxury 59 , 60 ;
population theory 57
Black, William 3 , 9 , 14 , 36
Blair, Hugh 155
Board of Trustees for Fisheries and Manufacture in Scotland 22 , 37 n;
Clerk 25 , 36 ;
Lindsay 32-3 , 36 ;
Melvill 33 , 34-6
Bosanquet, B. 207
Bowle, P. 162
Brewer, J. 127
Brisco, N.A. 127
Brown, John 59 , 60-1 , 66 n
Brown, Vivienne 146
Bryson, G. 159
bürgerliche Gesellschaft200-1 , 207
Burnet, Thomas 63
Burton, J.H. 59

c
Caesar, Julius 70 , 71
Cain, P.J. 127
Cairns, J. 162 , 168
Calas, Jean 205 , 206-7
Camic, C. 156
Campbell, R.H. 22
Cannon, John 55
Carey, Henry Charles 195
Carmichael, Gershom 39-40
Carteret, John, Earl of Granville 55
Chamley, Paul 89 , 90
Characteristics of the Present Political State in Great Britain (Wallace) 60 , 81
Chiyoda, Ken 193
Christian Stoicism 154
Christianity 6 , 155-6 , 158
Christianity as Old as the Creation (Tindal) 56
Church of Scotland 54-5 , 134 , 149 ;
Ministers' Widows' Fund 55 , 65 , 73
circulating coin 152
citizen of the world 17-18
civic humanism 168-9 , 171 , 173
civil society 200-1 ;
Hutcheson 43-6 ;
Japan 207-8 ;
Millar 166-7
civilized monarchy 87-91 , 93
Clarke, Samuel 40 , 56
classical republicanism 1 , 3 , 103

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