Шотландские просветители: круг идей

Вероника Витальевна Высокова

Аннотация


Рассматриваются специфические черты и особенности шотландского Просвещения в общеевропейском контексте интеллектуальной мысли восемнадцатого века; на примере шотландских просветителей показано возникновение «публичной сферы»: расцвет добровольных обществ, клубов и напряженных дискуссий по основным проблемам современности; дана характеристика вклада шотландских просветителей в развитие моральной философии, политэкономии и исторических исследований.

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Просвещение; «литературная республика»; Д. Юм; политэкономия; историзм; моральная философия.

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