The writer explores Adam Smith's Theory of Moral Sentiments, where Smith presents a rich and provocative account of morality. The writer offers an explication of Smith's moral psychology as a stage theory of moral development, with the intention of generating critical points on both mattes of detail and larger implications.
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DeNicola, D. R. (2008). "Adam Smith and the Stages of Moral Development." Philosophy Of Education Yearbook, 95-103.
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