A table of the springs of action: shewing the several species of pleasures and pains, of which man's nature is susceptible: together with the several species of interests, desires, and motives, respectively corresponding to them: and the several sets of appellatives, neutral, eulogistic and dyslogistic, by which each species of motive is wont to be designated: to which are added, explanatory notes and observations
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Antipathy applied approbation ascribed aversion bad motives breast brought to view capable of operating Cause or Reason character of motives compound conduct consequences considered corresponding desire corresponding interest derived desire of labour Desire of self-preservation desires and motives disapprobation disinterested dispositions dissocial class Dyslogistic ap effect efficient cause employed epithet error eulogistic adjunct Eulogistic appellatives eulogistic cast evil exemption existence expectation expressed faintly dyslogistic appellative fear give birth gratification happen human imagination impropriety individual influence insert instances judgement liable loss Love man's matter of wealth means ment misconduct moral object occasion in question particular pathological pathy pellatives person physical plea pleasures and pains produced propriety psychological entities racter respect scarce self-regarding Sexual desire sidered single-worded sinister interest sire social class sort of motive species of desire Species of MOTIVE springs of action supposed Synonyms terest termed thence thing tion tive velleily virtuous and vitious whatsoever word