- Title Pages
- Citations and Abbreviations
- Series Editor’s Introduction
- 1 Introduction
- 2 On the Place of Politics in Commercial Society
- 3 Rousseau and the Scottish Enlightenment: Connections and Disconnections
- 4 The Role of Interpersonal Comparisons in Moral Learning and the Sources of Recognition Respect: Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s <i>amour-propre</i> and Adam Smith’s Sympathy
- 5 Actors and Spectators: Rousseau’s Contribution to the Eighteenth-century Debate on Self-interest
- 6 Pursuing Sympathy without Vanity: Interpreting Smith’s Critique of Rousseau through Smith’s Critique of Mandeville
- 7 Adam Smith and Jean-Jacques Rousseau on the Vices of the Marketplace
- 8 Julie’s Garden and the Impartial Spectator: An Examination of Smithian Themes in Rousseau’s <i>La Nouvelle Héloïse</i>
- 9 Sentimental Conviction: Rousseau’s Apologia and the Impartial Spectator
- 10 Being and Appearing: Self-falsification, Exchange and Freedom in Rousseau and Adam Smith
- 11 Citizens, Markets and Social Order: An Aristotelian Reading of Smith and Rousseau on Justice
- 12 Smith, Rousseau and the True Spirit of a Republican
- 13 Left to Their Own Devices: Smith and Rousseau on Public Opinion and the Role of the State
- 14 ‘Savage Patriotism’, Justice and Cosmopolitics in Smith and Rousseau
- Notes on Contributors
- Adam Smith and Rousseau
- Maria Pia Paganelli, Dennis C. Rasmussen, Craig Smith
- Edinburgh University Press
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