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" as each one by close attention and reflection may convince himself, a natural and immediate determination to approve certain affections and actions consequent upon them ; " and since, in common with others of his time, he believes in the special creation... "
The Data of Ethics - Page 38
by Herbert Spencer - 1883 - 288 pages
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The Edinburgh Review, for the Year 1755

Literary Criticism - 1818 - 135 pages
...self-interest. The supreme regulating principle of conduct is the moral sense ; which our author defines, a natural and immediate determination to approve certain affections, and actions consequent upon them ; or a natural sense of immediate excellence in them. The affections and actions approved by this sense...
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The vocabulary of philosophy, mental, moral and metaphysical: with ...

William Fleming, Charles Porterfield Krauth - History - 1860 - 662 pages
...than the idea or sense of order and proportion." In like manner Dr. Ilutcheson has said, " There is a natural and immediate determination to approve certain affections and actions consequent upon them ; or a natural sense of immediate excellence in them, not referred to any other quality perceivable...
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The Contemporary Review, Volume 37

Great Britain - 1880
...as produced by the inherited effects of continued experiences, the feelings of likings and aversions we have to acts of certain kinds ; but I mean the...certain affections, and actions consequent upon them'" (p. 38). This description of an intuitional theory is at fault in every particular. There is not, I...
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A Vocabulary of the Philosophical Sciences: Including the Vocabulary of ...

William Fleming, Henry Calderwood - Philosophy - 1878 - 1044 pages
...souls than the idea or seme of order and proportion." In like manner Dr. Hutcheson has said, " There is a natural and immediate determination to approve certain affections and actions consequent upon them ; or a natural sense of immediate excellence in them, not referred to any other quality perceivable...
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The Library Magazine, Volume 3

Choice literature - 1880
...as independent of results experienced by self or ancestors. 'There is, therefore,' says llutchcson, 'as each one by close attention and reflection may convince himself, a natural und immediate determination to approve certain affections, and actions consequent npou them' " (p....
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A vocabulary of the philosophical Sciences

Charles P. Krauth - 1881
...than the idea or sense of order and proportion. 77 In like manner Dr. Hutcheson has said, " There is a natural and immediate determination to approve certain affections and actions consequent upon them ; or a natural sense of immediate excellence in them, not referred to any other quality perceivable...
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Die Ethik des Protagoras und deren zweifache Moral-Begründung

Adolf Harpf - Ethics - 1884 - 71 pages
...B. 1. eh. 4, p. 58: „There «s, as euch one by dose altention and reflection may convince himseif, a natural and immediate determination to approve certain affections and actions consequent upon them; or a natural sense of immediate excellence in them, not referred to any other quality perceivable by...
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Studien über die Entwickelung der Verwaltungslehre in Deutschland von der ...

Gustav Marchet - Law - 1885
...aftenfdjen, feibft »the rudest of mankind shew such notions« (p. 25). jDtefee moraítfc£)e ®efüí)í tft »a natural and immediate determination to approve...certain affections and actions consequent upon them«. 9lber and) btefee ©efiil)! bebarf unb tft »capable of culture and improvement« , toeií unfere feíbfttfdjen...
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On the Ethics of Naturalism

William Ritchie Sorley - Ethics - 1885 - 292 pages
...feeling of pleasure, and calls it a judgment of approbation or disapprobation. " It is," he he says,2 " a natural and immediate determination to approve certain affections and actions consequent upon them ; or a natural sense of immediate excellence in them, not referred to any other quality perceivable...
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The principles of ethics

Herbert Spencer - Ethics - 1892
...admitted that the conceptions of virtue cannot be separated from the conception of happiness producing conduct ; and that as this holds of all the virtues,..."natural sense of immediate excellence" he considers as a supernatu rally-derived guide. Though he says that the feelings and acts thus intuitively recognized...
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