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Dugald Stewart (1753–1828)

Stewart, Dugald. A distinguished Scotch philosopher; born in Edinburgh, Nov. 22, 1753; died on June 11, 1828. His philosophy was “a following-up of the reaction commenced by Reid against the skeptical results that Berkeley and Hume drew from the principles of Locke.” He published: ‘Elements of the Philosophy of the Human Mind’ (Vol. i., 1792; Vol. ii., 1814; Vol. iii., 1827); ‘Outlines of Moral Philosophy’ (1793); ‘Philosophical Essays’ (1810); ‘Dissertation on the History of Ethical Philosophy’ (1815–21); ‘Philosophy of the Active and Moral Powers’ (1828).