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CHAP. III.

ON INDUSTRY AND IDLENESS.
Reflections on the flight of time. — The advantages of

industry.-- Instances of diligence in eminent men.-
The evils of idleness. - Laziness a disease. - In-
stances of idleness

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PART IV.

CHAP. I.

THE NATURE OF THE HUMAN MIND.

The dissimilar opinions which have arisen respecting

the mind.— Wisdom and wit. — The capability of the
human intellect. — Intelligent and learned ladies.
The probable powers of the mind in a future state.-
The influence of climate and food on the human in-
tellect. -- Insanity. - The hypochondriac, and the
absent man.
The retention of the mental powers

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until old age

CHAP. II.

ON GENIUS.

Various opinions of genius.— Accidental causes of emi-

nence. Instances of dulness in youth and talent in
manhood. Instances of early genius. — Instances
of persons who have arisen under great disadvantages,

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