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When men arrogantly abandon their guide, and wilfully shut their eyes on the light
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EXAMINATION OF MR COMBE'S HYPOTHESIS, THAT THE WORLD IS CONSTI-
Mr Combe's analogies in support of his Hypothesis-Analogies tending to prove the opposite of Mr Combe's doctrine-Evidence derived from History, and from Ancient Monuments, respecting the Condition of the Human Race in the Earliest Ages - Progress of Civilization over the World-Progress of Civilization in Britain, and the Causes which have given rise to the Improvement of its Inhabitants Conclusion of the Argument.
MR COMBE'S OPPOSITION TO THE DOCTRINE OF DIVINES, RESPECTING THE
Statement of the Doctrine of Divines-Mr Combe's Theory-Question, which of these accords best with the Evidence-Recent Origin of Man State of man in Heathen Ages-Ruin of all the Ancient Empires,
THE REMEDY FOR EXISTING EVILS.
First Propagation Christianity, and its Effects - Moral and other Improvements derived from Christianity-On the Efficacy of Preaching as a Means of Improvement,
EXAMINATION OF MR COMBE'S VIEWS RESPECTING THE NATURAL LAWS.
I. General view of the subject Views of the French Philosophers respecting the Natural Laws-Dr Spurzheim's views—Mr Combe's views