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The definitive demolition of empiricism was to be the work of a Prussian philosopher at the end of the eighteenth century and an Austrian philosopher in the middle of the twentieth. But to the credit of British philosophy, many of the later criticisms of Wittgenstein and Kant were anticipated by a contemporary of Hume's, Thomas Reid. Reid was professor of moral philosophy at Glasgow, in succession to the economist Adam Smith, and he was the founder of the Scottish school of common-sense philosophy. In 1764 Reid published An Inquiry into the Human Mind on the Principles of Common Sense in response to Hume's Treatise and Essays, and he followed this up in the 1780s with two essays on the intellectual and active powers of man.




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