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SECTION III.-Progress of Philosophy during the Seven-
teenth Century, in some Parts of Europe,
Dissertation, exhibiting a General View of the Progress of Meta-
physical, Ethical, and Political Philosophy, since the Revi-
val of Letters in Europe. Part II.
Progress of Metaphysics during the Eighteenth Century.
SECTION I.-Historical and Critical Review of the Philo-
sophical Works of Locke and Leibnitz 192
III. Of the Metaphysical Speculations of Newton
and Clarke.-Digression with respect to
the System of Spinoza.-Collins and Jona-
than Edwards.-Anxiety of both to recon-
cile the Scheme of Necessity with Man's
Moral Agency.-Departure of some later
IV. Of some Authors who have contributed by
their Critical or Historical Writings, to dif-
fuse a taste for Metaphysical Studies-
VI.-Condillac and other French Metaphysicians
EXHIBITING A GENERAL VIEW OF THE
PROGRESS OF METAPHYSICAL, ETHICAL,
SINCE THE REVIVAL OF LETTERS IN EUROPE.