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The Religion of Nature Delineated
William Wollaston
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The Religion of Nature Delineated
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Wollaston attempts to derive ethics and religion by using rational thought and observation of the natural world, without resorting to revelation or received religion.

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The Religion of Nature Delineated
I: Of Moral Good and Evil
II: Of Happiness
III: Of Reason, and the Ways of Discovering Truth
IV: Of the Obligations of Imperfect Beings with Respect to Their Power of Acting
V: Truths Relating to the Deity: Of His Existence, Perfection, Providence, etc.
VI: Truths Respecting Mankind in General, Antecedent to All Human Laws
VII: Truths Respecting Particular Societies of Men, or Governments
VIII: Truths Concerning Families and Relations
IX: Truths Belonging to a Private Man, and Respecting (Directly) Only Himself
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