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THE

CONTENTS

O F T H E

SECOND VOLUME.

An E N QU I R Y concerning HUMAN
UNDERSTANDING.

Section Page

I. y"V F the different Species of Philosophy 3
/jl. y^} Of the Origin of Ideas 17S

III. Of the Association of Ideas 23

IV. Sceptical Doubts concerning the Operations of

the Understanding 35

* V. Sceptical Solution of these Doubts 53

VI. Of Probability 69

VII. Of the Idea of necessary Connexion 73

VIII. Of Liberty and Necessity 93V

IX. Of the Reason of Animals 119

X. Of Miracles 125

XI. Of a particular Providence and of a future State

149
v1 XII. Of the academical or sceptical Philosophy 167

A Dissertation on the Passion$ 185

An

An ENQUIRY concerning the PRINCIPLES
of MORALS.

Section F page

I. QF the general Principles of Morals 223

II. Of Benevolence 231

III. Of Justice 247

IV. Of political Society 269
V. Why Utility pleases 277

VI. Of Qualities usesul to Ourselves 297

VII. Of Qualities immediately agreeable tq Ourselves

315

VIII. Of Qualities immediately agreeable to Others

327
IX. Conclusion 035

APPENDIX.
I. Concerning moral Sentiment 353

II. Some farther Considerations with regard to Justice

36S
III. Of some verbal Disputes oy>

A Dialogue ogc

The NATURAL HISTORY of RELIGION.

Section Page

Introduction 407

I. THAT Polytheism was the primary Religion

of Men 408

II. Origin of Polytheism 413

III. The fame Subject continued 416

IV. Deities not considered as Creators or Formers of

the World 421

5 V. Various
Section

V. Various Forms of Polytheism: Allegory, Herq-

Worship Page 428

VI. Origirtof Theism from Polytheism 432
VII. Confirmation of this Doctrine 438

VIII. Flux and Reflux of Polytheism and Theism 440

IX. Comparison of these Religions with regard to

Persecution and Toleration 442

X. With regard to Courage or Abasement 446

XI. With regard to Reason or Absurdity 447

XII. With regard to Doubt or Conviction 450

XIII. Impious Conceptions of the divine Nature in

popular Religions of both Kinds 463

XIV, Bad Influence of popular Religions on Morality

467

XV. General Corollary 47a

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