... concretion, corruption and generation: In like manner free choice necessarily administers occasion of fin to agents endowed with an imperfeAt understanding, and obnoxious to paffions and affeAtions, ... How small a part! how next to nothing !
|Title||:||An Essay on the Origin of Evil ... translated from the Latin, with ... notes by E. Law, Bishop of Carlisle ; tending to ... vindicate ... the author's principles against the objections of Bayle, Leibnitz, the author of A Philosophical Enquiry concerning Human Liberty, and others. To which is prefix'd A dissertation by J. Gay concerning the fundamental principle ... of virtue ... the obligation to, and approbation of it. With some account of the origin of the passions and affections. (Additions made to the first edition, etc.)|
|Author||:||William King, Edmund LAW (Bishop of Carlisle.)|