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• Elemen's of Intel eclval Philosophy: designed as a Tral-book. Podaru, publisiud by Haltiam hyde. Josiphe Grin, rinter, Bruns. wick 1847.
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This book professes to be a compilati.in, from a conside erable number of authors, of those facts and op mons in In tellectual Philosophy, which seemed to the writer mig worthy to he received The authors, who have been chief. ly consu ted, will be found mentioned in the course of the work; and, in some instances, a few remarks lav: been made on the chai: cter of their writirgs. Locke, Stewart, and Brown have afford : a greater si are of 1! e materials than others; Condillac, Beattie, Malebranche, Hume, Reid, Berkel y, & c. I ave l een carefully consu!te:l. in a few instances, the statements of these writers have leen admitted with only slight variations, when it was thought they had been pecu'iarly happy in them.
The work sets forth no other pretensions, than what is purported in the title page, viz. as a TEXT-B:90K. As such, it is hoped, it will be fund acceptable to instructers and students. A book of this kind, in this important departo ment of science, has been for a long time needed ; und the present artempt towards supplying the deficiency is submitted to the candid judgment of the publick.