Adam Smith Review 8

Table of Contents

 

0.1 Editorial Introduction

Fonna Forman

 

1. Symposium Translating Smith’s Theory of Moral Sentiments

Guest Editor: Ryan Patrick Hanley

1.1Introduction

Ryan Patrick Hanley

1.2  “On the Reception of Adam Smith’s Moral Theory in Modern Greece and the Greek Edition of TMS: Facing the Roots of Misunderstanding Moral Sentiments”

 Dionysios Drosos

1.3 Some Reflections on Translating Adam Smith

Matti Norri

1.4 The First Italian edition of Adam Smith’s Theory of Moral Sentiments

 Adelino Zanini and Cesare Cozzo

1.5 The translation into Spanish of the Theory of Moral Sentiments by Adam Smith

Estrella Trincado

1.6 The Unbearable Lightness of Translating: On the French Translations of Smith’s Theory of Moral Sentiments

Michaël Biziou

 

2. Symposium: Smith and China:

2.1 A ‘Third Culture’ in Economics?: An Essay on Smith, Confucius and the Rise of China

Herrmann-Pillath Smith

              2.2 Emotion and Sympathy in Confucius and Adam Smith

Heinrique Schnieder

 

3. Symposium: Adam Smith in Kirkcaldy

              3.1 Introduction

The Right Honorable Gordon Brown

3.2 Adam Smith from Kirkcaldy, via Glasgow University to Panmure House, Edinburgh

Gavin Kennedy

              3.3 Adam Smith, James Wilson, and the US Constitution

Iain McLean

              3.4 Humanomics of Adam Smith

Vernon Smith

 

4.  Articles

              4.1 Adam Smith and the Rights of the Dead

                            Alan Lopez

              4.2 Adam Smith and the Social Contract

                            John Thrasher

4.3 The Sunbathing Beggar and Fighting Kings: Diogenes the Cynic and Alexander the Great in Adam Smith’s Theory of Moral Sentiments

                            Tom Martin

              4.4 Perception by Sympathy: Connecting Smith’s “External Senses” to his “Sentiments”

                            Brian Glenney

4.5 A Known World: An Analysis of Defenses in Adam Smith’s the Theory of Moral Sentiments

                            Şule Özler and Paul A. Gabrinetti

              4.6 Adam Smith's Views on Consumption and Happiness

                            Paul D. Mueller

5. Book Reviews

              Edited by Craig Smith  

Michael L. Frazer, The Enlightenment of Sympathy: Justice and the Moral Sentiments in the Eighteenth Century and Today

Reviewed by Michelle A. Schwarze

Andrew Hamilton, Trade and Empire in the Eighteenth Century Atlantic World

Reviewed by Edwin van de Haar

Daniel B. Klein, Knowledge and Coordination: a liberal interpretation

Reviewed by Gavin Kennedy

Response by Daniel B. Klein

Steven G. Medema The Hesitant Hand: Taming Self-Interest in the History of Economic Ideas

Reviewed by Farhad Rassekh

James R. Otteson, Adam Smith

Reviewed by Lauren Brubaker

Response by James R. Otteson

Nicholas Phillipson, Adam Smith: an enlightened life

Reviewed by Gordon Graham

Jeffrey T. Young (ed.), Elgar Companion to Adam Smith

Reviewed by Eric Schliesser

Response by Salim Rashid