Adam Smith (1723-1790)

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  1. Adam Smith was a Scottish moral philosopher, who played a significant role in the Scottish Enlightenment.
  2. Smith was born June 16, 1723, he died July 17, 1790.
  3. Smith was interested in political philosophy, ethics, and also economics.
  4. Smith attended the university of Glasgow in Balliol College, Oxford.
  5. Smiths' influences were Aristotle, Hume, Hutcheson, Mandeville, and many others.
  6. He influenced Marx, Hagel, US Founding Fathers, and many other people.
  7. Smith was born in Kirkcaldy Fife, Scotland.
  8. He is known for "The Wealth of Nations".
  9. Smith attended Kirkcaldy High School (1729-1737).
  10. Philosophy is the study of the nature of knowledge, existence, and reality.
  11. Smith was baptized on June 16, 1723 in Kirkcaldy, Scotland.
  12. His place of death was in Edinburgh, Scotland.
The statue/memorial of Adam Smith, located at the old headquarters University of London.
  • Smith died at the age of 67.
  • Smith was best known for philosophy.
  • He was more a Deist more than a Orthodox Christian.
  • His nationality was Scotish
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