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(p. xiv) (p. xv) Abbreviations

(p. xiv) (p. xv) Abbreviations

Inserted in the text are the following abbreviations. All references are to the Glasgow Edition of the Works of Adam Smith, published in hardback by Oxford University Press and in paperback by Liberty Fund Press, Indianapolis.

AL:

The Principles which lead and direct Philosophical Enquiries illustrated by the History of the Ancient Logics and Metaphysics. In EPS (cited by paragraph: page).

AP:

The Principles which lead and direct Philosophical Enquiries illustrated by the History of the Ancient Physics. In EPS (cited by paragraph: page).

CL:

Considerations concerning the First formation of Languages. In LRBL (cited by paragraph: page).

Corr:

Correspondence of Adam Smith. Edited by E. Mossner and I. Ross (1987) (cited by letter number: page).

ED:

Early Draft of part of the Wealth of Nations. In LJ (cited by paragraph: page).

EPS:

Essays on Philosophical Subjects. Edited by W. Wightman, J. Bryce, and I. Ross (1980).

ES:

Of the External Senses in EPS (cited by paragraph: page).

FA:

First Fragment on the Division of Labour. In LJ (cited by paragraph: page).

FB:

Second Fragment on the Division of Labour. In LJ (cited by paragraph: page).

HA:

The Principles which lead and direct Philosophical Enquiries illustrated by the History of Astronomy. In EPS (cited by section. paragraph: page).

IA:

Of the Nature of that Imitation which takes place in what are called the The Imitative Arts. In EPS (cited by paragraph: page).

Letter:

Letter to the Edinburgh Review. In EPS (cited by paragraph: page).

Life:

Account of the Life and Writings of Adam Smith. Dugald Stewart. In EPS (cited by section. paragraph: page)

LJ:

Lectures on Jurisprudence. Edited by R. Meek, D. Raphael, and P. Stein (1978).

Lectures on Jurisprudence 1762/3 (cited by section. paragraph: page).

LJB:

Lectures on Jurisprudence 1766 (cited by paragraph: page).

LRBL:

Lectures on Rhetoric and Belles Lettres. Edited by J. Bryce (1983) (cited by section. paragraph: page).

TMS:

The Theory of Moral Sentiments. Edited by A. MacFie and D. Raphael (1982) (cited by part. section. chapter. paragraph: page).

WN:

An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations. Edited by R. Campbell and A. Skinner (1981) (cited by book. part. chapter. paragraph: page).