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3. his mind to; Besides in the first case a person is oblig'd to mix extrem'ly in the World, to adopt all its little interests & prejudices, while the last passes his time in silence & solitude; we would not be understood [[unclear]] by this to propose a Hermits life, no a Scipio, a Hanibal, a Marlborough all liv'd in the World but without mixing in what we call its occupations. Thus much of public & private judgement in general; let us now examine it with regard to particular Virtues or accomplishments. 1. Of Probity Probity with regard to a particular Society consists in nothing more than in actions useful to that society in alll its judgements such a society is determined solely by its own interests