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Publications:  Dr Robin Mills

Mills RJW(2020). Adam Smith: A Very Short Introduction. SCOTTISH HISTORICAL REVIEW vol. 99, (1) 160-161.
Mills RJW(2020). Mr. Smith Goes to China: Three Scots in the Making of Britain's Global Empire. SCOTTISH HISTORICAL REVIEW vol. 99, (1) 167-168.
Mills RJW(2020). The Experimental Imagination: literary knowledge and science in the British Enlightenment. Seventeenth Century vol. 35, (1) 125-126.
Mills RJW(2020). James Beattie, Jean-Jacques Rousseau and the character of Common Sense philosophy. History of European Ideas
Mills RJW(2020). Religion, scepticism and John Gregory’s therapeutic science of human nature. History of European Ideas
Mills RJW(2020). Scandal in the Parish: Priests and Parishioners Behaving Badly in Eighteenth-Century France. EUROPEAN HISTORY QUARTERLY vol. 50, (1) 142-143.
Mills RJW(2019). Unfabling the East: The Enlightenment's Encounter with Asia. JOURNAL OF EARLY MODERN HISTORY vol. 23, (6) 577-579.
MILLS RJW(2019). Defining Man as Animal Religiosum in English Religious Writing c. 1650–c. 1700. Church History
Mills RJW(2019). Thomas Paine: Britain, America, and France in the Age of Enlightenment and Revolution. EUROPEAN HISTORY QUARTERLY vol. 49, (3) 502-504.
Mills RJW(2019). Global Entanglements of a Man who Never Travelled: A Seventeenth-Century Chinese Christian and His Conflicted Worlds. Seventeenth Century vol. 34, (4) 557-559.
Mills RJW(2019). In Pursuit of Civility: manners and civilization in early modern England. Seventeenth Century
MILLS RJW(2018). The Common Sense of a Poet: James Beattie’s Essay on Truth (1770). Common Sense in the Scottish Enlightenment, Oxford University Press
Mills RJW(2017). William Falconer’s Remarks on the Influence of Climate (1781) and the study of religion in Enlightenment England. Intellectual History Review vol. 28, (2) 293-315.
Mills RJW(2017). The “historical question” at the end of the Scottish Enlightenment: Dugald Stewart on the natural origin of religion, universal consent, and religious diversity. Intellectual History Review1-26.
Mills RJW(2016). Alexander Ross’s Pansebeia (1653), religious compendia and the seventeenth-century study of religious diversity. The Seventeenth Century vol. 31, (3) 285-310.
Mills RJW(2016). Lord Kames's analysis of the natural origins of religion: the Essays on the Principles of Morality and Natural Religion (1751). Historical Research vol. 89, (246) 751-775.
MILLS RJW(2015). Archibald Campbell’s Necessity of Revelation (1739) – the Science of Human Nature’s First Study of Religion’. History of European Ideas vol. 41, (6) 728-746.
MILLS RJW(2015). The Reception of “That Bigoted Silly Fellow” James Beattie’s Essay on Truth in Britain 1770–1830. History of European Ideas vol. 41, (8) 1049-1079.
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