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CONTENTS of this Volume.
BOOK III. Continued.
ib. 2. Division of human actions into right,
wrong, and indifferent,
26 4. Principles of duty and of benevolence, 47 5. Laws respecting rewards and punishments,
51 6. Laws respecting reparation,
64 7. Final causes of the foregoing laws
Upon chance and contingency, 2. Progress of morality,
125 3. Principles and progress of theology,
189 Chap. 1. Existence of a Deity,
190 2. Progress of opinions with respect to
284 2. Morality considered as a branch of duty to our Maker,
A P P E N D I X.
HE principles of morality are little
understood among favages : and if they arrive at maturity among
enlightened nations, it is by flow degrees. This progress points out the historical part, as first in order : but as that history would give little fatisfaction, without a rule for comparing the morals of different ages, and of different nations, VOL. IV. А