Volume 1, 2004



Articles
Richard B. Sher

New light on the publication and reception of the Wealth of Nations

Takashi Negishi


Adam Smith and disequilibrium economic theory

Ian Simpson Ross


‘Great works upon the anvil' in 1785: Adam Smith's projected corpus of philosophy

Willie Henderson


A very cautious, or a very polite, Dr Smith?: Hedging in the Wealth of Nations

Translation
Christel Fricke

Introduction

Ernst Tugendhat


Universalistically approved intersubjective attitudes: Adam Smith (translated by Bernard Schriebl)

Perspectives on recent developments in Adam Smith scholarship

Gloria Vivenza

Reading Adam Smith in the light of the classics

Symposium on Emma Rothschild's Economic Sentiments
Ryan Patrick Hanley

Guest Editor: Introduction

Stephen Darwall


Equal Dignity in Adam Smith

Patricia Werhane


… laissez-faire when it was new …

Samuel Fleischacker


Smith's ambiguities

Emma Rothschild


Dignity or meanness

Book Reviews
Luc Boltanski, Suffering and distance: morality, media and politics

Reviewed by Fonna Forman-Barzilai

Ken Carpenter Dissemination of the Wealth of Nations in France


Reviewed by Henry Clark
Response by Ken Carpenter

Gloria Vivenza Adam Smith and the classics


Reviewed by Peter McNamara
Response by Gloria Vivenza

Jack Russell Weinstein On Adam Smith


Reviewed by Lauren Brubaker
Response by Jack Russell