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Thomas reid’s essays on the intellectual powers of man 1786
Thomas Reid was the seventeenth century Scottish philosopher who, during his professorship at King's College in Aberdeen, led the attack upon Humean skepticism, then both wide-based and historically deep-rooted in Scottish thought. The responsibility for the success of this attack belongs not only to Reid himself but to them extremely promising minds—whom he affected so profoundly, among them Dugald Stewart, James Beattie, James Gregory, George Campbell, and Alexander Gerard. The school lost favor under the weighty dominance of John Stuart Mill and the British idealists, and Reid's writings, as a result, have suffered from long neglect.
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