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- Economics : The analysis of the production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services.
- Scottish Enlightenment : A period in 18th century Scotland characterized by a great outpouring of intellectual and scientific accomplishments.
- American conservatism : A diverse mix of political ideologies that share support for market economics, some view of American exceptionalism and, generally, decentralization of government; differing views of individual liberties versus enforcement of morality; in opposition to liberalism, socialism and communism; factions include libertarianism, social conservatism, nativism (politics) and neoconservatism
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- (Thomas) Robert Malthus : British economist (1766-1834) who warned about the dangers of population growth.
- Absolute advantage : An explanation of international trade proposed by Adam Smith in 1776 in his Wealth of Nations.
- Adam Ferguson : (1723-1816) philosopher and historian of the Scottish Enlightenment, sometimes called the "father of sociology."
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- Civil society : The space for social activity outside the market, state and household; the arena of uncoerced collective action around shared interests, purposes and values.
- Commercial state : The concept, sometimes associated with Adam Ferguson's concept of civil society, refers to a political state devoted primarily to the promotion and advancement of commercial interests. Adam Smith referred to this as commercial society.
- David Hume : (1711—1776) Scottish philosopher, economist, and historian.
- David Ricardo : (18 April 1772 – 11 September 1823) English political economist, often credited with systematizing economics, and was one of the most influential of the classical economists.
- Edinburgh University : Founded in 1582, one of the leading academic institutions in the UK.
- Edinburgh : The capital of Scotland.
- Frances Hutcheson : (1694-1746) Moral philosopher, prominent in the Scottish Enlightenment, known for his theory of aesthetics (that beauty is not a property of the object, but arises from an innate "aesthetic sense").
- History of economic thought : the historical development of economic thinking.
- History of pre-classical economic thought : The period of economic thought and theory that runs from early antiquity until past the Physiocrats and ends before Adam Smith.
- Jeremy Bentham : (1748–1832) British utilitarian political philosopher.
- John Home : (1722–1808) Scottish poet and dramatist.
- John Millar : (1735 – 1801) philosopher and historian, professor of civil law at Glasgow University, pioneer of the concept of economic determinism.
- John Stuart Mill : Leading 19th-century British philosopher who made major contributions to ethics, economics, and political philosophy.
- Joseph Black : (1728 – 1799) Scottish physicist and chemist, known for his discoveries of latent heat, specific heat, and carbon dioxide
- Karl Marx : 19th century philosopher and economist. Creator of a theoretical foundation for Communism.
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