... head of the Pleasures of Sentiment, affords more subject for discussion ; and occupies the 2d, a#39;3d, and 4th parts of the essay. ... These and other topics, inrimaiesj connected with them, are well arranged and sensibly handled, in a manner very ... with our reason : the corruptible body will no more press down the foul, but will be the instrument of its happiness. ... to our advancement in those sublime attainments, which will be the objects of our pursuit in the realms of immortality.
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