Smith, The Theory of Moral Sentiments
In Adam Smith’s first major work, he comprehensively explores morality and what it means to be a good person, through a sympathetic examination of ethics, virtue, liberty, individual rights, and much more.
First published in 1759, it remains tremendously relevant and valuable today, not only on its own merits as a readable and thorough exploration of human nature but as a priceless insight into the philosophical foundation on which the bible of economics, The Wealth of Nations, was built.
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