(1753-1828). Stewart studied under Reid at Glasgow, and his philosophy was in
the same Common Sense tradition, based on intuitionist realism and
opposed to Humean scepticism. From
1788-1810, Stewart was Professor of Moral Philosophy at Edinburgh University.
Among his philosophical works was The
Philosophy of the Active and Moral Powers of Man (1828).
by: Thomas Dixon
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