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The chapter explores conjectural history, stadial history, and anthropology in the Scottish Enlightenment. In the writings of Adam Smith, John Millar, David Hume, Lord Kames, and many others concepts that had been assumed to have no history — such as sentiment — were rethought against the background of a theory of historical stages and progress. Special attention is paid to the analogies between animals and humans, and to race.
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