Answers to the games will appear in the next issue
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Let's find out if you can identify some famous Scottish thinkers
1. Who is the Scot often called the "father of capitalism"?
2. This moral philosopher's work during the enlightenment had an enormous impact. His Treatise on Human Understanding and other works impacted Immanuel Kant, Jeremy Bentham.Adam Smith and Charles Darwin among others.
3. This Dundee born historian/philosopher - one of the "elders" of the Scottish academics - was educated at St. Andrews and Paris. He was involved in the creation of the University of Aberdeen and was its first principle.He lectured on divinity and medicine. His most famous work is Historia Gentis Scotorum (History of the Scottish People) He was a friend of Desiderius Erasmus and chief adviser to William Elphinstone, bishop of Aberdeen.
4. The concept of "moral philosophy" is often traced to the writings of this Scottish philosopher whose work, work, A System of Moral Philosophy, was first published in Glasgow in 1755
5. Can you name this Scottish philosopher who lived in High Middle Ages? He was known for his contributions in the areas of natural theology, metaphysics, the theory of knowledge, ethics and moral philosophy.He believed knowledge is derived from experience and that revelation is not the only way to "know God"
ANSWERS TO Last Month's' QUIZ:
Let's find out if you can identify some famous Scottish castles. Here are some photos.
. ANSWER: Balmoral
ANSWER: Blair Athol
ANSWER: Eilean Donan