Observations on man, his frame, his duty, and his expectations in two parts /
Printed by S. Richardson for James Leake and Wm. Frederick, booksellers in Bath and sold by Charles Hitch and Stephen Austen, booksellers in London,
|Series:||Library of English literature ;
LEL 22020-21. |
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|Item Description:||Each volume with its own table of contents; volume 2 with index.|
Part I contains "Hartley's exposition of the doctrines of vibration, association, and the seven classes of intellectual pleasures and pain"; Part II "consists of arguments for the existence of God, a defense of the truth of Christianity, a set of rules of conduct, and an estimate of our legitimate expectations in this life and hereafter." - P. Edwards, ed. Encyclopedia of philosophy.
|Physical Description:||2 v.|