The Theory Of Moral Sentiments was a real scientific breakthrough. It shows that our moral ideas and actions are a product of our very nature as social creatures. It argues that this social psychology is a better guide to moral action than is reason.
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I am obsessed by valuing people’s family trees. Mine are choc full of Diaspora Scots. Going back 5 generations I can make a map of a majority of nations and societies we have networked with as missionaries, mediators and mathematicians. This worldwide connectivity is not unusual for Scots. In the early 1700s our nation failed, as a majority of people savings were lost in in international financial scam. The consequence was Scotland was colonized by London. By 1850, most Scots had needed to emigrate to find jobs. We sailed the seven seas or moved south across the border to England’s relatively warmer lands. It's not unusual for peoples from the far north to develop cooperative cultures on our own lands and to celebrate freedoms to explore cultures and trading opportunities North-East-West-South
In 1758, a professor at Glasgow University, by the name of Smith Adam, wrote a book on the search for Moral Sentiments. This advocated trust as the value multiplying hallmark of transparent market makers be those at local community levels or across a world of nations.