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" To have the sense of virtue is nothing but to feel a satisfaction of a particular kind from the contemplation of a character. The very feeling constitutes our praise or admiration. We go no farther; nor do we enquire into the cause of the satisfaction. "
Mind - Sayfa 42
editör: - 1892
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A Treatise of Human Nature ...

David Hume - 1817
...constitutes- our praise or admiration. We go no farther; nor do we inquire into the cause of the satisfaction. We do not infer a character to be virtuous, because...particular manner, we in effect feel that it is virtuous. The case is the same as in our judgments concerning all kinds of ,beauty, and tastes, and sensations....
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The Philosophical Works of David Hume ...

David Hume - 1826
...our praise or admi-> ration. We go no farther; nor do we inquire into the cause of the satisfaction. We do not infer a character to be virtuous, because...particular manner, we in effect feel that it is virtuous. The case is the same as in Our judgments concerning all kinds of beauty, and tastes, and sensations....
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Deontology; or, The science of morality, from the MSS. of J ..., 2. cilt

Jeremy Bentham - 1834
...from ' the contemplation of a character. The very 'feeling constitutes our praise or admiration. ' We do not infer a character to be virtuous ' because...particular manner, we in effect 'feel that it is virtuous. The same is implied in ' our judgments concerning all kinds of beauty, ' and tastes, and sensations...
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Déontologie: ou, Science de la morale : ouvrage posthume

Jeremy Bentham - 1834 - 359 sayfa
...from ' the contemplation of a character. The very ' feeling constitutes our praise or admiration. ' We do not infer a character to be virtuous ' because it pleases ; but m feeling that it pleases ' after such a particular manner, we in effect 'feel that it is virtuous....
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Philosophical Works of David Hume, 2. cilt

David Hume - 1854
...our praise or admiration. We go no further ; nor do we inquire into the cause of the satisfaction. We do not infer a character to be virtuous, because...particular manner, we in effect feel that it is virtuous. The case is the same as in our judgments concerning all kinds of beauty, VOL. n. 30 and tastes, and...
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Manual of Supplementary References to the Course of Lectures Upon Moral ...

Robert Woodward Barnwell - 1859 - 92 sayfa
...our praise or admiration. We go no farther ; nor do we inquire into the cause of the satisfaction. We do not infer a character to be virtuous, because...particular manner, we in effect feel that it is virtuous. The case is the same as in our judgments concerning all kinds of beauty, and tastes, and sensations....
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A Treatise on Human Nature: Being an Attempt to Introduce the Experimental ...

David Hume - 1874
...our praise or admiration. We go no farther ; nor do we enquire into the cause of the satisfaction. We do not infer a character to be virtuous, because...a particular manner, we in effect feel that it is virtuous.i The case is the same as in our judgments concerning all kinds of beauty, and tastes, and...
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Empirismus und Skepsis in Der Hume's Philosophie

Edmund Pfleiderer - 1874
...dasselbe; nicht etwa bildet das Gefühl nur den Anlass oder die Basis für einen moralischen Schluss (we do not infer a character to be virtuous because it pleases, sondern das Gefühl seines Gefallens ist, wieder völlig wie in der Aesthetik, identisch mit dem Gefiihl...
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Empirismus und Skepsis in Dav. Hune's Philosophie: als abschliessender ...

Edmund Pfleiderer - 1874 - 540 sayfa
...dasselbe; nicht etwa bildet das Gefühl nur den Anlass oder die Basis für einen moralischen Schluss (we do not infer a character to be virtuous because it pleases, sondern das Gefühl seines Gefallens ist, wieder völlig wie in der Dienende Stellung der Vernunft....
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A Treatise on Human Nature: Being an Attempt to Introduce the ..., 2. cilt

David Hume - 1882
...our praise or admiration. We go no farther ; nor do we enquire into the cause of the satisfaction. We do not infer a character to be virtuous, because...a particular manner, we in effect feel that it is virtuous.1 The case is the same as in our judgments concerning all kinds of beauty, and tastes, and...
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