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" We need not, however, rest satisfied with an induction from these instances yielded by the essential vital functions ; for it is an inevitable deduction from the hypothesis of Evolution, that races of sentient creatures could have come into existence... "
mind - Page 204
by george croom robertson - 1885
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The Principles of Psychology, Volume 1

Herbert Spencer - Psychology - 1870 - 1334 pages
...effects. These facts should of themselves suffice to produce the conviction, spite of apparent exceptions, that pains are the correlatives of actions injurious...correlatives of actions conducive to its welfare. We need not, however, rest satisfied with an induction from these instances yielded by the essential...
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The Principles of Psychology: The data of psychology, the inductions of ...

Herbert Spencer - Psychology - 1870
...effects. These facts should of themselves suffice to produce the conviction, spite of apparent exceptions, that pains are the correlatives of actions injurious...correlatives of actions conducive to its welfare. We need not, however, rest satisfied with an induction from these instances yielded by the essential...
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The Principles of psychology, Volume 1

Herbert Spencer - Psychology - 1873
...effects. These facts should of themselves suffice to produce the conviction, spite of apparent exceptions, that pains are the correlatives of actions injurious...correlatives of actions conducive to its welfare. We need not, however, rest satisfied with an induction from these instances yielded by the essential...
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The Principles of Psychology, Volume 1

Herbert Spencer - Psychology - 1873
...of themselves suffice to produce the conviction, spite of apparent exceptions, that pains are ~~Qi6 correlatives of actions injurious to the organism,...pleasures are the correlatives of actions conducive Jo__ its welfare. We need not, however, rest satisfied with an induction from these instances yielded...
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Mind, Volume 10

George Croom Robertson, George Frederick Stout, George Edward Moore - Philosophy - 1885
...vista of possible achievement opened out to his generation by the mathematical discoveries of Newton. The attempt to find a scientific short-cut to the...organism, while pleasures are the correlatives of actions condusive to its welfare ". The practical outcome of such a theory is to " substitute Preservation...
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Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts, and ..., Volumes 3-4

1876
...remarkable passages which may be regarded as foreshadowing the discovery, now the bulwark of utilitarianism, that pains are the correlatives of actions injurious...correlatives of actions conducive to its welfare. "Pleasures are the incentives to life-supporting acts, and pains the deterrents from life-destroying...
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Mind, Volume 5

Philosophy - 1880
...hypothesis of evolution " which shows that " necessarily throughout the animate world at large, pains are the correlatives of actions injurious to...the correlatives of actions conducive to its welfare ". But, granting this connexion to be established, I do not see how we can strictly infer from it that...
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The data of ethics

Herbert Spencer - 1879
...Principles of Psychology, 124, it was shown that necessarily, throughout the animate world at large, "pains are the correlatives of actions injurious to...the correlatives of actions conducive to its welfare ;" since " it is an inevitable deduction from the hypothesis of Evolution, that races of sentient creatures...
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Spinoza: His Life and Philosophy

Sir Frederick Pollock, Johannes Colerus - 1880 - 467 pages
...hand by deduction from the hypothesis of evolution, to conclude that ' pains arc the 1 Eth. iii. ii. correlatives of actions injurious to the organism,...correlatives of actions conducive to its welfare.' But an action or event conducive to the welfare of the organism is precisely what Spinoza means by...
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Works, Volume 2

Herbert Spencer - 1881
...effects. These facts should of themselves suffice to produce tho conviction, spite of apparent exceptions, that pains are the correlatives of actions injurious...correlatives of actions conducive to its welfare. We need not, however, rest satisfied with an induction from these instances yielded by the essential...
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