English Prof. Publishes Article
Professor of English Caroline Breashears recently published an article for the Foundation for Economic Education (FEE) that draws on Scottish economist Adam Smith’s Theory of Moral Sentiments and offers advice on dealing with recent national events.
Breashears' piece focuses on bringing people together through sympathy, self-regulation, and justice.
Read Breashears’ article, “Adam Smith’s Three Moral Principles for Navigating Our National Crisis.”
Breashears specializes in eighteenth-century British literature. Her current research focuses on Adam Smith and literature, and she teaches courses on fairy tales, eighteenth-century British Literature, and Jane Austen.
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