CHAP. X. Piety, the Effect of Self-
Chap. XI..Self. Knowledge teaches us
rightly to perform the Duties of Re-
ligion, - .
Chap. XII.-Self-Knowledge, the best
Preparation for Death,
Showing how Self-Knowledge is to be
| attained, • - • , 175
CHAP. I.-Self-Examination necessary
to Self-Knowledge, ani. 179
Char. II.--Conftant Watchfulness ne. "
cessary to Self-Knowledge, 198
Chap. III.-We should have some Re-
gard to the Opinions of others con-
cerning us, particularly of our Ené.
mies, - - - 201
Chap. IV.-Frequent Converse with Su.
periors, a Help to Self-Knowledge, 206
Chap. V. Of cultivating such a Tem-
per as will be the best Disposition to
Self-Knowledge, . . . 208
CHAP. VI.-To be sensible of our False-
Knowledge, a good Step to Self-
. . 212 :
Chap. VII. -Self-Inspection peculiarly