Philosophical commentaries. Essays towards a new theory of vision. Theory of vision vindicated.-v.2. The Principles of human knowledge. First draft of the introduction to the principles. Three dialogues between Hylas and Philonous. Philosophical correspondence with Johnson.-v.3. Alciphron or The Minute Philosopher.-v.4. De Motu with an English translation. The analyst. A defense of free-thinking in mathematics. Reasons for not replying to Mr. Walton's Full Answer. Arithmetica and Miscellanea Mathematica. Of infinites. Letters on Vesuvius, on petrifactions, and on earthquakes. Description of the Cave of Dunmore.-v.5. Siris. Three letters to Thomas Prior. A letter to Dr. Hales. Farther thoughts on Tar-water. Varia.-v.6. Passive obedience. Advice to Tories who have taken the Oaths. An essay towards preventing the ruin of Great Britain. The Querist. A discourse addressed to magistrates. Two letters on the occasion of the Jacobite Rebellion 1745. A word to the wise

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Editors Introduction
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Dedication to Sir John Percivale
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