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Something exifts, a Truth, which no Man can doubt
Happiness of different conscious Beings different, and in what
The rational IVorld of incomparally greater Consequence in the
Presumptions in Favour of the Opinion of the Immortality of
the Soul, and its paling through different succeffive States,
That the Connection between the Conduct of moral Agents and
their final State, with respect to Happiness or Misery, is rea-
Human Liberty of Agency established, and Objections answered ib.
in the fame Manner as our Species, to wit, by Discipline,
That the State, we find ourselves in, is very proper for a State
of Discipline in Virtue
Our Duty, with respect to Ourselves, confifts in the proper Care
of the two parts of our Nature, the mental * and the bodily ib.
Summary of our Duty to our Fellow-creatures
• Improvement of the Understanding treated of in the foregoing Book,
Of Juflice and Injustice, with respect to our Neighbour's Pro-
perty--to his Reputation---to his Perfon-and to his Soul ib.
Revelation given as a part of our Trial and Discipline Page 409
Of the State of the Antediluvian and succeeding Times, and
Countries, in which Revelation was but little known ib.
Objection, Of the Abuse of Revelation, by weak or designing
Of the Creation--the Fall
, and Death, its Cousequence--of the
Reflections on the whole