Adam Smith's Early Life

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Adam Smith

Early life
Adam Smith first record of life was on June 16 1723 when he was baptise in Scotland. Adam Smith then attended the University of Glasgow at the age of 14, he then later on moved to Balliol Collage in Oxford England. At University he studied Latin. Math, history and writing.
In 1748 Adam Smith started lectures at the University of Edinburgh, while doing these be meet his long-time friend David Hume who is a Philosopher and economist. Thought meeting him he got a job at Glasgow University in 1751. The Theory of moral sentiments is a book that was published in 1759 written by Smith, the main argument is human morality depend on the individual and other members of their society. Through this book Smith became the
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