Sunday, September 02, 2007

Credit Where Credit is Due

Chris Dillow over at Stumbling and Mumbling Blog delivers a piece on Adam Smith’s impartial spectator that is right on the money. Excellent exposition, a phrase I seldom use when discussing Dillow’s interpretations of Wealth Of Nations, or, as in this case his Theory Of Moral Sentiments.

But credit where credit is due.

It's found in his: ‘Conscience: God or Socialisation’ here:

Visit it and read his account of John Humphrey’s (a BBC main presenter) concerns about the existence of God.


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