About the Book
The Theory of Moral Sentiments, Smith develops a theory of psychology in which individuals seek the approval of the ‘impartial spectator’ as a result of a natural desire to have outside observers sympathize with them. Rather than viewing The Wealth of Nations and The Theory of Moral Sentiments as presenting incompatible views of human nature, most Smith scholars regard the works as emphasizing different aspects of human nature that vary depending on the situation. Smith’s Theory of Moral Sentiments is redesigned by the editor into fifteen chapters without distorting its originality. This book would be valuable asset for remotivating the readers to enrich their classical wisdom. Enlightening feedback and suggestions are solicited.
About the Editor
Sunil Chaudhary did his M.A. from Delhi University, Delhi, and Ph.D. in Welfare Policy from Patna University, Patna. Dr. Chaudhary has contributed many research papers in journals of both national as well as international repute. He is an author of Welfare Policy and Social Development. His areas of research is social justice and welfare economy. Presently, he is associated with several newspapers and magazines as a freelance journalist and writer.