Thomas Reid, Scottish Enlightenment philosopher, 1710-1796. Reid was the founder of the influential "Scottish Philosophy of Common Sense" and David Hume's main contemporary critic.
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The Correspondence of Thomas Reid
James A. Harris reviews Thomas Reid's work. From Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews.
Essays on the Intellectual Powers of Man
Philip de Bary reviews this wrok by Thomas Reid. From Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews.
An extensive list of primary and secondary sources, and translations, assembled by Martino Squillante.
The Reid Society
Organization supporting scholarly work on Thomas Reid and Scottish philosophy. List of members, membership information, and related links.
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy: Thomas Reid
Entry by Gideon Yaffe. Includes summary biography, bibliography and a detailed discussion of Reid's doctrine of common sense.
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