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" ... benevolence and the want of it, singly considered, are in no sort the whole of virtue and vice ; for if this were the case, in the review of one's own character or that of others, our moral understanding and moral sense would be indifferent to everything... "
Outlines of Moral Science - Page 166
by Archibald Alexander - 1868 - 272 pages
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The Critical Review, Or, Annals of Literature, Volume 5

Tobias George Smollett - English literature - 1758
...it, fingly confidered, are in no fort the whole of " virtue and vice ; for, if this were the cafe, in the review of one's " own character, or that of others, our moral underftanding, and " moral fenfe, would be indifferent to every thing, but the de•" grees in which...
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A review of the principal questions in morals: Particularly those respecting ...

Richard Price - Christian ethics - 1787 - 512 pages
...it^ " finglyconfidered, are in no fort the whole " of virtue and vice ; for, if this were the cafej " in the review of one's own character, or " that of others, our moral underftanding M and moral fenfe, would be indifferent to " every thing, but the degrees in which be"...
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The analogy of religion, natural and revealed, to the constitution and ...

Joseph Butler (bp. of Durham.) - 1819
...it'; it may be proper to observe, t" at ienevolence, a nd the want of it, singly considered, a>; e in no sort the whole of virtue and vice. For if this...sense would be indifferent to every thing, but the degree* in which benevolence prevailed, and the degrees in which it was wanting. That is, we should...
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Artis logicć rudimenta, with illustrative observations [and a transl. By J ...

Henry Aldrich - 1821
...to be resisted and subdued. 15. If benevolence were the whole of virtue, then in the review of our own character or that of others, our moral understanding...thing but the degrees in which benevolence prevailed ; but this is far from being the case; for an act of injustice or treachery, though it should originate...
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The whole works of Joseph Butler

Joseph Butler (bp. of Durham.) - 1838
...virtue is resolvable into benevolence, and vice into the want of it; it may be proper to observe, that benevolence, and the want of it, singly considered,...understanding and moral sense would be indifferent to everything, but the degrees in which benevolence prevailed, and the degrees in which it was wanting....
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The analogy of religion, natural and revealed, to the constitution and ...

Joseph Butler - Apologetics - 1857 - 306 pages
...virtue is resolvable into benevolence, and vice into the want of it ; it may be proper to observe, that benevolence, and the want of it, singly considered, are in no sort the whole of virtue and rice. Foi if this were the case, in the review of one's own character, or that of others, our moral...
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The Analogy of Religion, Natural and Revealed, to the Constitution and ...

Joseph Butler - Analogy (Religion) - 1847 - 306 pages
...virtue is resolvable into benevolence, and vice into the want of it ; it may be proper to observe, that benevolence, and the want of it, singly considered, are in no sort the whole of virtue and vice. Foi if this were the case, in the review of one's own character, or that of others, our moral understanding...
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The works of ... Joseph Butler ... to which is prefixed: an account of the ...

Apologetics - 1848
...virtue is resolvable into benevolence, and vice into the want of it; it may be proper to observe, that benevolence, and the want of it, singly considered,...every thing, but the degrees in which benevolence prevaikd, and the degrees in which it was wanting. That is, we should neither approve of benevolence...
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The analogy of religion, natural and revealed, to the constitution and ...

Joseph Butler (bp. of Durham.) - 1850
...virtue is resolvable into benevolence, and vice into the want of it, it may be proper to observe that benevolence and the want of it, singly considered,...understanding and moral sense would be indifferent to everything but the degrees in which benevolence prevailed and the degrees in which it was wanting —...
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Artis logicae rudimenta: with illustrative observations on each section by ...

Henry Aldrich, John Hill - Logic - 1850 - 390 pages
...to be resisted aad subdued. 10. If benevolence were the whole of virtue, then in the review of our own character or that of others, our moral understanding...thing but the degrees in which benevolence prevailed ; but this is far from being the case ; for an act of injustice or treachery, though it should originate...
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