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F Man in the abstract,---That we can judge only
with regard to our own system, being ignorant
That it is partly upon his Ignorance of future events,
and partly upon the Hope of a future flate, that all
The pride of aiming at more knowledge, and pretend-
ing to more Perfection, the cause of Man's errot
ver. 113, &c.
the final cause of the
world, which is not in the natural, ver. 137, &c.
dence, while, on the one hand, he demands the Per-
der him miserable,
versal order and gradation in the sensual and
countervails all the other faculties, ver. 207;
living creatures may extend, above and below us;
yer. 173, &c.
The extravagance, madness and pride of such a de-
v. 281, &c. to the end.
Of the Nature and State of Man, with respex
to Himself, as an Individual.
Its providential Use, in fixing our Principle, and
Virtue and Vice joined in our mixed Natute; the
limits near, yet the things separate and evident :
What is the office of Reason, ver. 195, &c.
ver. 217, &c.
Good are answered in our Paffions and Imperfec-
ver. 219, &c.
ver. 241 &c.
And in the Forms of Society,