Volume 5, 2010



The Philosophy of Adam Smith: The Adam Smith Review, Volume 5.
Essays Commemorating the 250th Anniversary of The Theory of Moral Sentiments

Edited by Vivienne Brown and Samuel Fleischacker

Introduction
SAMUEL FLEISCHACKER AND VIVIENNE BROWN
Part I Moral phenomenology
The virtue of TMS 1759
D.D. RAPHAEL

The Theory of Moral Sentiments and the inner life
EMMA ROTHSCHILD

The standpoint of morality in Adam Smith and Hegel
ANGELICA NUZZO



Part II Sympathy and moral judgment

Smith and Rousseau in dialogue: sympathy, pitié, spectatorship and narrative
CHARLES L. GRISWOLD

Adam Smith’s concept of sympathy and its contemporary interpretations
BENCE NANAY

Smith’s ambivalence about honour
STEPHEN DARWALL

Sentiments and spectators: Adam Smith’s theory of moral judgment
GEOFFREY SAYRE-MCCORD

Smith’s anti-cosmopolitanism
FONNA FORMAN-BARZILAI

Resentment and moral judgment in Smith and Butler
ALICE MACLACHLAN



Part III Economics, religion, aesthetics and value theory

Adam Smith’s problems: individuality and the paradox of sympathy
ROBERT URQUHART

Scepticism and naturalism in Adam Smith
RYAN PATRICK HANLEY

Adam Smith’s solution to the paradox of tragedy
ARBY TED SIRAKI

Smithian intrinsic value
PATRICK FRIERSON



Memoir on Adam Smith’s life

Adam Smith’s smile: his years at Balliol College, 1740–6, in retrospect
IAN SIMPSON ROSS