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MOR A L
RETROSPECT of LECTURES delivered in the COLLEGE of EDINBURGH.
BEING CHIEFLY A
BY ADAM FERGUSON, L. L. D & F. R. S. E.
IN TWO VOLUMES.
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SECT. V. Of prosperity and adverfity, or the gifts of fortune.
SECT. VI. Of happiness and mifery.
SECT. VII. Of the actual measures and fources of good and evil in human life.
SECT. VIII. Of the fame fubject continued.
Of the Fundamental Law of Morality, its immediate Applications
SECT. I. Of the law, or first principle of eftimation in the character of man.
SECT. II. Of the first and more general application of moral law.
Sier. II. Of the difficulty which has arifen in accounting for moral approbation. P.116
SECT. IV. Of the difficulty of reconciling the different judgements of men re-
SECT. V. Of the fundamental rules of morality relating to external actions.
SECT. VI. Of the fame fubject continued.
SECT. VII. Of the unequal degrees of merit and demerit in external actions.
SECT. VIII. Of the obligations and fanctions of moral law.
SECT. I. Of the principle of compulsory law.
SECT. II. Of the term right in its moft general acceptation.
SECT. IV. Of the general titles under which the rights of man may be claffed.
SECT. VIII. Of occupancy and the fpecies of right that may refult from it.
SECT. IX. Of labour and the species of right that may refult from it.
SECT. X. Of contract, or the principle of conventional obligation.
SECT. XI. Of the laws of convention, derived from the foregoing principle.
SECT. XII. Of the fpecific obligations and rights that refult from contract.
SECT. XIII. Of forfeiture and the fpecies of right which refults from it.
SECT. I. Of the means that may be opposed to injustice in general.
SECT. II. Of the law of defence, in the cafe of fingle perfons, ftrangers, and un-
SECT. II. Of the cafe of fellow citizens.
SECT. IV. Of the cafe of nations.