Title: Common sense a common delusion. Or, the generally-received notions of natural causes, deity, religion, virtue, &c. as exhibited in Mr. Pope's Essay on man, Proved Ridiculous, impious, and the Effect of Infatuation, and the chief Cause of the present formidable Growth of Vice among Christians, and the great Stumbling-Block in the Way of Infidels. Earnestly recommended to the Perusal of all Men of Good-Sense, and Lovers of Truth. By Almonides a believing heathen.
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