A treatise of human nature

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Clarendon Press, 1975 - Philosophy - 709 pages
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Contents

BOOK L
1
Of the ideas of the memory and imagination
8
VI Of modes and substances
15
PART
26
Of the other qualities of our ideas of space and time
33
Objections answerd
39
Of the idea of existence and of external existence
66
Of probability and of the idea of cause and effect
73
Of the love of fame
316
Of the pride and humility of animals
324
Of the objects and causes of love and hatred
329
Experiments to confirm this system
332
Difficulties solvd
347
Of the love of relations
351
Of our esteem for the rich and powerful
357
Of compassion 38
371

KCT IV Of the component parts of our reasonings concerning causes
82
and effects
83
Of the impressions of the senses and memory
84
Of the inference from the impression to the idea
86
Of the nature of the idea or belief
94
Of the causes of belief
98
Of the effects of other relations and other habits
106
Of the influence of belief
118
wet Tm VI I imitations of this system t9
122
Of the probability of chances
124
Of the probability of causes 3
130
Of unphilosophical probability
143
Of the idea of necessary connexion
155
Rules by which to judge of causes and effects
173
Of the reason of animals
176
PART IV
180
Of scepticism with regard to the senses
187
Of the antient philosophy
219
Of the modern philosophy
225
Of the immateriality of the soul
232
Of personal identity 25
251
VIL Conclusion of this book
263
BOOK II
275
PART I
276
Of pride and humility their objects and causes
277
Whence these objects and causes are derivd
280
Of the relations of impressions and ideas
282
Of the influence of these relations on pride and humility
285
Of vice and virtue
294
Of beauty and deformity
298
Of external advantages and disadvantages 33
303
Of property and riches 39
309
Of malice and envy 37 t IX Of the mixture of benevolence and anger with compassion and malice 3s 1
381
Of respect and contempt
389
Of the amorous passion or love betwixt the sexes
394
Of the love and hatred of animals
397
Of liberty and necessity
399
The same subject continud 47
407
Of the influencing motives of the will
413
Of the causes of the violent passions
418
Of the effects of custom
422
Of the influence of the imagination on the passions
424
Of contiguity and distance in space and time
427
The same subject continud 4 33
438
Of cariosity or the love of truth
448
Of virtue and vice in general tSCT PAGE I Moral distinction not derivd from reason
455
Moral distinctions derivd from a moral sense
470
Of justice and injustict I Justice whether a natural or artificial virtue
477
Of the origin of justice and property
484
Of the rules that determine property
501
Of the transference of property by consent
514
Of the obligation of promises
516
Some farther reflections concerning justice and injustice
526
Of the origin of government
534
Of the source of allegiance
539
Of the measures of allegiance
549
Of the objects of allegiance
553
Of the laws of nations
567
Of chastity and modesty
570
PART III
574
III
592
IV
606
Some farther reflections concerning the natural virtues 6 4
618
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