Journal of Scottish Thought, Volume 4 (2010) Reid in Our Time and His, Aberdeen: Centre for Scottish Thought, pp214+vi, ISSN-1755-9928
Available Open Access - free to read and free to download from Aberdeen University Press.
Thomas Reid on the 'Seeds of Morality'
Michael S. Pritchard
Thomas Reid in America: a Potato-Pop Gun? Some Remarks on Pierce's Critical Common Sense
A Virtuoso Reader: Thomas Reid and the Practices of Reading in Eighteenth-Century Scotland
Counter-Cultural Scepticisms of the Long Enlightenment: Hume, Reid, Hamilton, Carlyle, Dickens and Beyond?
The New Science of Man, Thomas Reid and Paul Joseph Barthez
Vanity and Temptation: Was Thomas Reid a Critic of the Scottish Enlightenment?
Dugald Stewart on Innate Ideas and the Origin of Knowledge
Emanuele Levi Mortera
Thomas Reid's Only Primary-Secondary Quality Distinction
Two Worlds? Gesture and Speech in Thomas Reid and Maurice Merleau-Ponty
Philosophy with Children and Reid's Thoughts about Children
Jessica L. van der Schalk and Renévan Woudenberg
Reid and Hume in Agreement on Moral Foundations
Thomas Reid and the Problem of Evil