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NNRcolophon; E2|        The Author & Printer W Blake

ED; E2|        [a]

NNRa; E2|        The Argument Man has no notion of moral fitness but from
NNRaArg; E2|        Education. Naturally he is only a natural organ subject to
NNRaArg; E2|        Sense.
NNRa; E2|        I Man cannot naturally Percieve, but through his natural or
NNRaI; E2|        bodily organs
NNRa; E2|        II Man by his reasoning power. can only compare & judge of
NNRaI; E2|        what he has already perciev'd.
NNRa; E2|        III From a perception of only 3 senses or 3 elements none
NNRaIII; E2|        could deduce a fourth or fifth
NNRa; E2|        IV None could have other than natural or organic thoughts if
NNRaIV; E2|        he had none but organic perceptions
NNRa; E2|        V Mans desires are limited by his perceptions. none can desire
NNRaV; E2|        what he has not perciev'd
NNRa; E2|        VI The desires & perceptions of man untaught by any thing but
NNRaVI; E2|        organs of sense, must be limited to objects of sense.


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