The Philosophy of Human Nature (Classic Reprint)
Excerpt from The Philosophy of Human Nature
It may also be objected that there is a repetition of things or principles, and that there are unnecessary or too highly colored descriptions.
To all which it is answered that the subjects treated of in these chapters are in their nature somewhat desultory and fugi tive, rather than systematic.
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