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Cousin's Philosophical Essays. PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS. By M. Victor Cousin. Translated
from the French ; with Introductory and Critical Notices, by George Ripley.
Jouffroy's Philosophical Essays. PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS. By M. THEODORE JOUFFROY. Trans
lated from the French, with Introductory and Critical Notices, by GEORGE RIPLEY. “ Full of original and important matter."-Dugald Stewart.
“ JOUFFROY one of the most distinguished of the French Eclectics, and one of the ablest men of the age.”_ Christian Examiner, May, 1837.
Kant's Ethical System.
In one Volume 8vo. price 16s. bus. The METAPHYSICS of ETHICS. By IMMANUEL KANT, Professor of
Logic and Metaphysic in the University of Königsberg, &c. Translated out of the original Gerinan, with an Introduction and Appendix, by J. W. SEMPLE, Advocate.
" The most able and energetic, and at same time, most honest translator that the Königsberg Fhilosopher has yet found in this country, Mr. Semple.”—Foreign Quarterly Review, No. XLII.
Kant's Theory of Religion.
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NUEL KANT, Professor of Logic and Metaphysic in the University of Königsberg, &c. &c. &c. Translated out of the original German, by J. W. SEMPLE, Advocate.
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Caledoniun Mercury, December, 1838. “ Kant's writings form an adınirable preparation for a philosophy, which reconciles the holiest instincts of man with the rigid precision of science.
Introduction to Cousin's Philosophical Essays. STAPFER'S (Professor) Life of KANT. Price ls.
Doctrine of Changes. MY OLD HOUSE; or the Doctrine of Changes. Price 10s. 6d. bd. in cl.
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Geology. HITCHCOCK (Professor) on the CONNECTION between GEO.
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'S LIST OF NEW PUBLICATIONS, EDINBURGH. Menzies' Answer to Haldane. ANSWER to Mr. ROBERT HALDANE's Strictures on the Translation of
Dr. Tholuck's Exposition of the Epistle to the Romans, by the Rev. ROBERT Menzies, Minister of Hoddam, the Translator.
“ We have no hesitation in saying, that it is a satisfactory and complete answer, and shows in a very convincing and triuinphant manner, that Mr. Haldane has often misrepresented Tholuck's meaning, and that he has given garbled quotations, and upon these founded a charge of impiety or blasphemy. We look upon Mr. Menzies' answer as highly creditable to the attainments, the talents, the learning, and the temper of the author. Far from imitating the violence of his opponent, he exhibits a tone of Christian meekness becoming his years and his office, which Mr. Haldane wculd do well to imitate.”- Orthodox Presbyterian. Tholuck's Commentaries on Christ's Sermon on the Mount
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“ We do not hesitate to say, that no work of equal value to the interpreter has ever appeared on the same subject.”- Biblical Repertory.
“ The author is well known to Europe as a sound theologian and learned orientalist, and his qualifications are eminently shown in this commentary • he has elucidated many of the difficulties in this Epistle from the Rabbinical writings, and peculiar Jewish customs, a source of explanation too much neglected by former commentators, who seem to have forgotten that St. Paul addressed this epistle, not to the Romans generally, but to the Jewish converts resident at Rome."--Athenaeum.
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We strongly recommend the little work to all who take an interest in the study of theology and the advancement of the church's learning. It is judicious, clear, and convincing-written in a manly and vigoro 3 style. That man is little to be envied who can rise from its perusal withou“ feeling the importance and utility of a learned education.”-Orthodox Presbyterian. CLARK'S LIST OF NEW PUBLICATIONS, EDINBURGH.
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REV. C. SCHMIID'S WORKS.
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CHILDISH CHARACTER AND CONDUCT. Juvenile Series, Edited by the Rev. JACOB ABBOTT. Price 18. cloth. DICTIONARY OF BIBLICAL SYMBOLS. A KEY TO THE SYMBOLICAL LANGUAGE OF SCRIP.
TURE, by which numerous Passages are Explained and Illus, trated : founded on the Symbolical Dictionary of Daubuz, with additions from Vitringa, Ewaldus, and others. By THOMAS WEMYSS, Author of Biblical Gleanings, &c. In one thick vol. fc. 8vo. price 7s. 6d. • This is a very unpretending, but a very valuable work, and one which all classes of read of the Bible will find much ad age in having lyir by them, On this account, we consider the present volume as a valuable gift." - Edinburgh wristian Instructor.
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