In Pursuit of “Moral Beauty” and Intellectual Pleasures: Dugald Stewart and Edinburgh’s literary culture, 1772-1810

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Abstract

The Scottish Enlightenment and Literary Culture brings into conjunction two capacious concepts that are difficult to define: the Enlightenment and literature. . . . The volume has something to offer both readers who are new to the field and those who are specialists.--Eighteenth-Century Fiction
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe Scottish Enlightenment and Literary Culture
EditorsRalph McLean, Ronnie Young, Kenneth Simpson
PublisherBucknell University Press
Pages153-170
Number of pages18
ISBN (Print)9781611488005
Publication statusPublished - 7 Nov 2016

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    Bow, C. B. (2016). In Pursuit of “Moral Beauty” and Intellectual Pleasures: Dugald Stewart and Edinburgh’s literary culture, 1772-1810. In R. McLean, R. Young, & K. Simpson (Eds.), The Scottish Enlightenment and Literary Culture (pp. 153-170). Bucknell University Press.