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Natural Rights on the Threshold of the Scottish Enlightenment: The Writings of Gershom Carmichael, ed. James Moore and Michael Silverthorne (Indianapolis: Liberty Fund, 2002).
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Supplements and Observations
upon The Two Books of Samuel Pufendorf’s
On the Duty of Man and Citizen
according to the Law of Nature composed for the use of students in the Universities
by Gershom Carmichael
Professor of Philosophy in the University of Glasgow
the second edition with additions and amendments
What is true and fitting is the aim of my careful inquiry
Printed by John Mosman and Partners, at the expense
of John Paton, Bookseller and are for sale at his Premises
in Parliament Square
To the Most Noble and Illustrious Lord
Whose ample Merits have Deserved So Well of his Country
Earl of Hyndford, Viscount Nemphlear,
Lord Carmichael of the same,
Head of the Name and family of Carmichael, &c. &c.
his First-Born Son and Heir, the Noble Youth,
Who gloriously emulates the Virtues
of his Father and Grandfather:
I, Gershom Carmichael,
in gratitude and ready obedience,
Give and dedicate
This my humble service of adding supplements and
an outstanding work of a most noble author