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THE COLLECTED WORKS

DUGALD STEWART, ESQ., F.R.SS.

HOXOPARY MEMBER OF THE IMPERIAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES AT ST. PETERSBURG ;
MEMBER OF THE ROYAL ACADEMIES OF BERLIN AND OF NAPLES; OF THE

AMERICAN SOCIETIES OF PHILADELPHIA AND OF BOSTOX;
HONORARY MEMBER OF THE PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY OF
CAMBRIDGE ; PROFESSOR OF MORAL PHILOSOPHY

IN THE UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH.

EDITED BY

SIR WILLIAM HAMILTON, BART.,

ADVOCATE; A.M. (OXON.); ETC. ; CORRESPONDING MEMBER OF THE INSTITUTB OF FRANCE ;
HONORARY MEMBER OF THE AMERICAN ACADENY OF ARTS AND SCIENCES; AND OP
THE LATIN SOCIETY OF JENA; ETC.; PROFESSOR OP LOGIC AND METAPHYSICS

IN THE UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGIT.

VOL. VI.

LIDIARY

EDINBURGH: THOMAS CONSTABLE AND CO.

LITTLE, BROWN, AND CO., BOSTON, U.S.

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ADVERTISEMENT BY THE EDITOR.

The sixth and seventh volumes of Mr. Stewart's Collected Works comprise all that he has written on the doctrine of Ethics proper;—to wit, Part Second of the Outlines of Moral Philosophy, and the two volumes of The Philosophy of the Active and Moral Powers of Man.

Of the latter, The Philosophy of the Active and Moral Powers, there has been only one edition, in 1828, the year of Mr. Stewart's death; and the only part of that publication for which any additions by the Author have been found available, is the Appendix on Free Agency, (Vol. I. p. 343, seq.,) of which a transcript, varying occasionally from the printed text, and apparently anterior to the impression, has been preserved.

Of the former, The Outlines of Moral Philosophy, as already mentioned, (Works, Vol. II. p. viii..) there were four editions during the author's lifetime, in the three earlier of which Mr. Stewart has written various annotations, and these (when not merely jottings significant only to himself) have been here carefully incorporated, even though sometimes only quotations subsequently adduced in his Philosophy of the Active and Moral Powers. These insertions, now, as formerly, are dis

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