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difference between our constitution and theirs, being a difference not in degree, but in kind. Perhaps this is the single instance, in which that regular gradation, which we everywhere else observe in the universe, fails entirely.—The subject is by far too extensive to be treated in these Outlines. 1
[Consult on this article, An Account of the Regular Gradation in Man, &c.,
by Charles White of Manchester. 1799.] -2d edit.
[Part Second), “Of the Active and of the Moral Powers of Man," will be found at the commencement of Vol. vi.-Ed.]
REVEREND THOMAS REID, D.D.,
PROFESSOR OF MORAL PHILOSOPHY IN THE UNIVERSITY OF GLASGOW,
15 INSCRIBED, IN TESTIMONY OF THE RESPECT AND AFFECTION