Thomas Reid

[Revised entry by Ryan Nichols and Gideon Yaffe on September 23, 2014. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography] Thomas Reid (1710 - 1796) is a Scottish philosopher best known for his philosophical
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[Revised entry by Ryan Nichols and Gideon Yaffe on September 23, 2014. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography] Thomas Reid (1710 - 1796) is a Scottish philosopher best known for his philosophical method, his theory of perception and its wide implications on epistemology, and as the developer and defender of an agent-causal theory of free will. In these and other areas he offers...

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