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AND LATE PROFESSOR OF MORAL PHILOSOPHY IN THE UNIVERSITY
AND KING'S COLLEGE, ABERDEIN.
BELL & BRADFUTE, EDINBURGH ; AND M. OGLE, GLASGOW.
CONTENTS OF VOL. II.
Chapter I.-The Intimations of a Supreme Moral Government to
Chapter II.-The Moral Government of God discoverable from the
CHAPTER III.-The Moral Government of God is so conducted as to
lead our views to a Future State
CHAPTER IV.- The Distinctions of Right and Wrong, Immutable
CHAPTER V.Of the Measure or Rule of Virtue
CHAPTER VI.— The Principle of Expediency proved to be False and
Untenable, from a Consideration of the Moral Character and
Chapter VII.-The Principle of Expediency proved to be False,
from a Consideration of the Moral Constitution of Man
Chapter VIII.-The Principle of Expediency proved to be False,
by a Consideration of the Evils of which its Adoption would
Chapter IX.-The Principle of Expediency proved to be False,
from its Opposition to Divine Revelation
CHAPTER X.—The Principle of Expediency not countenanced by
the Scripture Doctrine of Reward
Chapter XI.— The Principle of Utility proved to be Untenable
from the Incapability of Man to discern the Consequences of