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THE

WORKS

OF THE

ENGLISH POETS,

FROM CHAUCER TO COWPER;

INCLUDING THE

SERIES EDITED,

WITH

PREFACES, BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL,

BY DR. SAMUEL JOHNSON:

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CONTENTS.

| Sect. IX. Why the Soul is united to the Body. 89

Tue Author's Life, by Mr. Chalmers ........... 75

X. In what Manner the Soul is united

to the Body ..............

OS TIE IMMORTALITY OF THE SOUL.

XI. How the Soul exercises her Powers

Preface ............

............

in the Body ..............

The Autbor's Dedication to Queen Elizabeth. 80 XII. The vegetative Power of the Soul ..

latroduction.................:

XIII. The Power of Sense .....

of the Soul of Man, and the Immortality

XIV. Seeing......................

thereof...........................

XV. Hearing ..........................

Section 1. That the Soul is a Thing subsisting

XVI. Taste .........................

by itself without the Body ........

XVII. Smelling .................................

II. That the Soul is more than a Per-

XVIII. Feeling ......

fection or Reflection of the Sense. 84 XIX. Of the Imagination, or Common

III. That the Soul is more than the

Sense ............

Temperature of the Humours of

XX, Fantasy .................................

the Body......................

XXI. Sensitive Memory ......................

IV. That the Soul is a Spirit ............

XXII. The Passion of the Sense ..........

V. Erroneous Opinions of the Creation

XXIII. Local Motion ..... .....................

of Souls .....................

XXIV. The intellectual Powers of the Soul

VI. That the Soul is not ex Traduce ...

XXV. Wit, Reason, Understanding, Opi-

VII. Reasons drawn from Nature.........

nion, Judgment, Wisdom .........

VIII. Reasons from Divinity .............

XXVI. Ingate Ideas in the Soul .............

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