By Paul Oslington
Adam Smith wrote in a Scotland the place Calvinism, Continental usual legislation thought, Stoic philosophy, and the Newtonian culture of clinical common theology have been key to the highbrow lives of his contemporaries. yet what effect did those principles have on Smith’s method? What used to be Smith’s realizing of nature, divine windfall, and theodicy? How was once the recent discourse of political economic climate located with regards to ethical philosophy and theology?
In this quantity a staff of wonderful individuals give some thought to Smith’s paintings relating to its Scottish Enlightenment non secular historical past, and provide stimulating theological interpretations of his account of fallible human nature, his providential account of markets, and his invisible hand metaphor. Adam Smith as Theologian it's a pioneering examine with a purpose to adjust our view of Smith and open up new traces of wondering modern economics.
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Adam Smith as Theologian (Routledge Studies in Religion) by Paul Oslington