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THE

CONSTITUTION OF MAN

CONSIDERED

IN RELATION TO EXTERNAL OBJECTS.

BY

GEORGE COMBE.

“Vain is the ridicule with which one foresees some persons will divert themselves,
upon finding lesser pains considered as instances of Divine punishment. There is
no possibility of answering or evading the general thing here intended, without
denying all final causes."-BUTLER'S Analogy.

NINTH EDITION.

(THE PEOPLE'S EDITION.)

EDINBURGH:
MACLACHLAN AND STEWART.
LONGMAN & CO., AND SIMPKIN, MARSHALL, & CO, LONDON.

18 6 0.

265..c.16.

THE

CONSTITUTION OF MAN

IN RELATION TO

EXTERNAL OBJECTS.

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“Vain is the ridicule with which one foresees some persons will divert themselves,
upon finding lesser pains considered as instances of Divine punishment. There is
no possibility of answering or evading the general thing here intended, without
denying all final causes."-BUTLER'S Analogy.

NINTH EDITION.

(THE PEOPLE'S EDITION.)

1

EDINBURGH:
MACLACHLAN AND STEWART.
LONGMAN & CO., AND SIMPKIN, MARSHALL, & CO, LONDON.

18 6 0.

265..c.16.

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