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I have not made it my business either to quit or follow any authority, in the ensuing discourse: truth has been my only aim; and wherever that has appeared to lead, my thoughts have impartially followed, without minding, whether the footsteps of any other lay that way or not. Not that I want a due respect to other men's opinions; but, after all, the greatest reverence is due to truth.-LOCKE, Hum. Und. book i. chap. 4, § 23.
TO AAHOEI ПIANTA ZYNAAEI.-Aristot. Eth. Nicom. lib. i. cap. 8.
BY WHICH TO FIND THE CAUSE OF ERROR
LECTURES READ BEFORE THE
UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD AT THE LECTURE FOUNDED BY
BY EDWARD TATHAM D. D.
LATE RECTOR OF LINCOLN COLLEGE OXFORD
A NEW EDITION REVISED CORRECTED AND
BY E. W. GRINFIELD M. A.