Francis Hutcheson, Adam Smith y el estoicismo de la Ilustración Escocesa
Keywords: 
Smith, Adam
Hutcheson, Francis
Ilustración escocesa
Estoicismo
Pasión
Ira
Issue Date: 
2009
ISSN: 
0066-5215
Citation: 
Broadie, A. (2009). ""Francis Hutcheson, Adam Smith y el estoicismo de la Ilustración Escocesa"". Anuario Filosófico, 42 (94), 17-34
Abstract
Among the many philosophers of the Scottish Enlightenment who speak approvingly of Stoic philosophy are Francis Hutcheson and Adam Smith, two men who were related, at the University of Glasgow, as professor to appreciative student. As a step towards establishing the extent to which the Scottish Enlightenment philosophers were indebted to the Stoics I investigate Hutcheson and Smith and seek to demonstrate that on at least some matters relating to the propriety of having and expressing passion, these two Scottish philosophers were hostile to characteristic Stoic doctrines.
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