Physical Theory of Another Life

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Preface; 1. Preliminary cautions, and statement of the subject; 2. The conditions of corporeity, whether animal or spiritual; 3. The probable prerogatives of spiritual corporeity, as compared with animal organization – the first of those prerogatives; 4. The second and third supposed prerogatives of the spiritual economy; 5. The fourth of these advantages; 6. The fifth and sixth hypothetical prerogatives of the spiritual body; 7. The seventh probable advantage of the future life; 8. The eighth prerogative, according to our hypothesis, of spiritual corporeity; 9. The ninth point of advantage belonging to the contrast between animal organization and spiritual life; 10. The balanced probability of happiness or misery, involved in the physical theory of another life; 11. Probable point of contrast between the animal and spiritual body, in the principle of their construction, respectively; 12. The transition of human nature from animal to spiritual corporeity, a natural, not a miraculous event; 13. The survivance of individual character, and of the moral consciousness; 14. Correspondence between the present and the future employment of the active principles of human nature; 15. Introductory to some conjectures concerning the correlative construction, and reciprocal destines of the material and spiritual universe; 16. The first conjecture concerning the material universe, viewed as the theatre of an intellectual system; 17. The second conjecture; 18. The third conjecture; 19. The general ground of conjectural reasoning concerning what is unseen or future; 20. On the advancement of pneumatology.

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