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Outlines of Moral Philosophy. By Dugald
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Evil and God: The Mystery.
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The Christ of History: An Argument
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PREFACE TO THE SECOND EDITION.
THE subject of the following work is confessedly unpopular. It has been selected, however, not merely from personal predilection, but from a conviction of its utility. The misconceptions and prejudices that prevail respecting Logic are too deeply rooted to be easily or speedily eradicated; but were the Science known in its true principles and application, it could not fail to obtain a prominent place in every system of liberal education. It is not only recommended by its venerable antiquity, and the universal dominion which it once exercised over the learned world; but it is intimately connected with the philosophy of language, and the philosophy of the human mind; it forms and cultivates some of our most valuable mental habits; and its intimate relation to daily practice can scarcely be denied.
Elementary works on Logic are not easily procurable ; and those that are most common are calculated rather to bewilder than to direct the youthful student. To remedy this evil is the object of the following treatise. It is intended as a convenient introduction to this branch of