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T. H. Green and T. H. Grose (1882), iv 132. Thomas Reid, Essays on the Intellectual Powers of Man (Edinburgh, 1785), p. 555. , 504. See Edinburgh Review 10 (April 1807) 101–2; 42 (August 1825) 417. Edinburgh Review 17 (November 1810) 180. , 172. Edinburgh Review 7 (October 1805) 175. Edinburgh Review 17 (November 1810) 184. In his Philosophical Essays (1810), Stewart responded to Jeffrey’s 1804 review of his Account. Jeffrey restated and expanded his criticism in the November 1810 review of the Philosophical Essays.

49 Although his popularity as a teacher was pre-eminent at the university, Stewart’s liberal political principles made him the target of angry criticism. His Edinburgh home was a social centre for Scottish and English liberals; his friendship with the French philosophes led him to welcome the first movements of the French Revolution; and his course in political economy drew many of the Scottish and English Whigs who would inaugurate the Edinburgh Review and, years later, push through Parliament the First Reform Bill.

53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. Philip Flynn instruction, operating more often through our sympathetic emotions than through our reason’s grasp of moral principles. In the Preface to his collected Contributions Jeffrey asked to be remembered for having made ‘the moral tendencies of the works under consideration a leading subject of discussion’. For Jeffrey’s criticisms of Byron, Burns, Campbell, Rogers and the Lake Poets on moral grounds, see Edinburgh Review 27 (December 1816) 281, 36 (February 1822) 438, 13 ( January 1809) 253, 14 (April 1809) 1–2, 31 (March 1819) 325–52, 1 (October 1802) 64.

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