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1. Of Man, and his Connexions. Of Duty or Mo
ral Obligation.- Various Hypotheses-- Final Causes of our Moral Faculties of Perception +
and Affection. 2. The principal Distinctionsof Duty or Virtue.
Man's Duties to Himself. - To Society.-To
God. 3. Of Practical Ethics, or the Culture of the Mind.
Motives to Virtue from Personal Happiness.
By the late Rev. Mr. DAVID FORDYCE. Professor of Moral Philosophy, and Author of the
Art of Preaching, inscribed to his Grace the Archbishop of CANTERBURY.
LONDON: Printed for R. and J. DODSLEY in Pallmall.