Contemplating with Adam Smith discusses Adam Smith's non-foundationalist ethics. The impartial-spectator process is a dynamic call upward, to sustain one's locus of affirmation. The puzzle is always: Which way is up? Non-foundationalism advises against a foundationalist approach to that puzzle.
- Major Themes and Ambling through a Few Spirals
- Who Is Adam Smith's Impartial Spectator?
- In Praise of Adam Smith's Organon and Allegory
- Hume and Smith on Utility, Agreeableness, Propriety, and Moral Approval
- Adam Smith's Non-foundationalism
- Ought as an Is: On the Positive-Normative Distinction
- The Circumstantiality of Bivariate Relationships in Adam Smith's The Theory of Moral Sentiments
- In a Word or Two, Placed in the Middle: The Invisible Hand in Adam Smith's Tomes
- Adam Smith's Attitude toward Rousseau
- TMS's Appeal Moves with Openness to Non-foundationalism: 35 Critics, 1765–1949
- Circa 1800