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ARGUMENT OF EPISTLE III.
Of the Nature and State of Man with respect to Society.
I. THE whole Universe one system of Society, Ver, 7, &c. Nothing made wholly for itself, nor yet wholly for another, Ver. 27. The happines of Animals mutual, Ver. 49. II. Reason or Instinét operate alike to the good of each Individual, Ver. 79, Reason or Instinét operate also to Society, in all animals, Ver. Io9. III. How far Society carried by Insliné, Ver. 115. How much farther by Reason, Ver. 128. IV. Of that which is called the State of Nature, Ver. 144. Reason instruđed by Instinči in the Invention of Arts, Ver. 166; and in the Forms of Society, Ver. 176. V. Origin of Political Societies, Wer. 196. Origin of Momarchy, Ver. 207. Patriarchal Government, Ver. 212. VI. Origin of true Religion and Government, from the same principle, of Love, Ver. 231, &c. Origin of Supersition and Tyranny, from the same principle, of Fear, Ver. 237, &c. The Influence of Self-love operating to the social and public Good, Ver. 266. Restoration of true Religion and Government on their first principle, Ver. 285. Mixt Government, Ver. 288. Various Forms of each, and the true end of all, Ver, 3oo, &c.