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NUMBER XIV.

J. D.—Argument 2.—[The doctrine of necessity overthrows the frame-work

of all human society.

T. II.'s Answer.

The law not unjust because the violation of it is necessary.

Necessity does not supersede consultation.

Nor admonition.

Nor praise or dispraise.

Nor the use of means.

J. D.'s Reply

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[V. REMAINDER OF T. u.'s Answer.]

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NUMBER XXV.

T. H.My opinion about liberty and necessity.

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[i. Of actions done without deliberation.

ib.

J. D.'s Reply.

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Of actions done in sudden passions.

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Of actions done without present deliberation.

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Actions done in passion justly punished, because done through past
or present choice.)

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NUMBER XXVI.

T. H.-[ii. Of actions done with deliberation.

J. D.'s Reply.]

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