Some Ear-Picking Comments on Adam Smith, Feminism and Deception
These papers make welcome connections between Adam Smith and some contemporary feminist arguments. To see how these connections might arise, I begin with a quick sketch of Adam Smith’s discussion of how morality comes to influence action.
KeywordsNeoclassical Economic Moral Sentiment Mainstream Economic Human Fulfilment Pure Order
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