Fallacies B. 1. Outs Ins
Ch. 1. Generalia
§.4. I. of the Ins
1. Accumulation of
2. Diffusion of the result
by printing &c
The meliorative cause seems principally referable to one
or other of two general heads, viz. 1. the acculumation of experience,
2. the continually encreasing facility given by the operation of the press to the body of
the people the people (ruling and other leading members of the community included, by the operation of the press for availing themselves
of the body of experience so accumulated.
vary with the government
Of The pejorative deteriorative causes the description and list will
vary with the nature of the constitution or frame of government.
Anglicé, all referable
to corruption: viz.
1. Encrease of the quantity
of the matter of corruption
in Corruption General's
2. Encrease of the
efficiency of it.
3. Insensibility of
the people: viz. to
the existence of its
practice, or the mischievousness of
Under the British constitution they seem all comprizable
under one head three heads, viz. encrease of the quantity
of the matter of corruption: whereby, the House of Commons
which which should operate and in appearance continues to operate, and in so far as it is of use really operates in reality, as a check upon
the Executive Government — upon the power of the crown, is
liable to be and in a great degree has been converted into
an instrument serving for the protection and encrease of
those abuses which it ought to prevent diminish in remove effect the removal
2. Encrease of its efficiency.
3. Insensibility of the people: viz. with reference either to
the existence, or to the mischievousness of the disease.
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