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" The various systems that have been formed concerning the standard of right and wrong may all be reduced to the principle of sympathy and antipathy. One account may serve for all of them. They consist, all of them... "
The Happiness of Nations: A Beginning in Political Engineering - Page 45
by James MacKaye - 1915 - 256 pages
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England and the English, Volume 2

Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton - England - 1833
...dixit as a rule to bind other people. " They consist, all of them," says he, " in so many contrivance* for avoiding the obligation of appealing to any external...standard, and for prevailing upon the reader to accept the author's sentiment or opinion as a reason for itself." This, however, is not fair treatment of...
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England and the English

Edward George E.L. Bulwer- Lytton (1st baron.) - 1834
...setting up one's own ipse dixit as a rule to bind other people. " They consist, all of them," says he, " in so many contrivances for avoiding the obligation...standard, and for prevailing upon the reader to accept the author's sentiment or opinion as a reason for itself." This, however, is not fair treatment of...
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England and the English

Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton - England - 1836 - 331 pages
...other people. ' ' They consist, all of them,'' says he, " in so many contrivances for avoiding (he obligation of appealing to any external standard, and for prevailing upon the reader to accept Ihe author's sentiment or opinion as a reason for ilself." This, however, is not fair treatment of...
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THE LONDON ADN WESTMINSTER

The London and Westminster Review April-August,1838 - 1838
...his own individual sentiment on other people, without giving them a reason for it; a " contrivance for avoiding the obligation of appealing to any external standard, and for prevailing upon tne reader to accept of the author's sentiment and opinion as a reason, and that a sufficient one,...
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The Student: A Series of Papers

Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton - 1840 - 595 pages
...setting up one's own ipse dixit as a rule to bind other people. " They consist, all of them," says he, " in so many contrivances for avoiding the obligation...standard, and for prevailing upon the reader to accept the author's sentiment or opinion as a reason for itself." This, however, is not fair treatment of...
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The Works of Jeremy Bentham, Now First Collected: Under the Superintendence ...

Jeremy Bentham - 1842
...to this principle of sympathy and antipathy. One account may serve for all of them. They all consist in so many contrivances for avoiding the obligation of appealing to any external standard, and in referring to the sentiment of approbation or disapprobation as the ultimate reason or the true standard....
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The Works of Jeremy Bentham, Volume 10

Jeremy Bentham - 1843
...to this principle of sympathy and antipathy. One account may serve for all of them. They all consist in so many contrivances for avoiding the obligation of appealing to any external standard, and in referring to the sentiment of approbation or disapprobation as the ultimate reason or the true standard....
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Modern Utilitarianism; Or, The Systems of Paley, Bentham, and Mill Examined ...

Thomas Rawson Birks - Philosophy, English - 1874 - 240 pages
...reduced to the principle of sympathy and antipathy. One account may serve for all of them. They consist in so many contrivances for avoiding the obligation...appealing to any external standard, and for prevailing on the reader to accept of the author's sentiment or opinion as a reason for itself. The phrase is...
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Modern Utilitarianism; Or, The Systems of Paley, Bentham, and Mill Examined ...

Thomas Rawson Birks - Philosophy, English - 1874 - 240 pages
...reduced to the principle of sympathy and antipathy. One account may serve for all of them. They consist in so many contrivances for avoiding the obligation...appealing to any external standard, and for prevailing on the reader to accept of the author's sentiment or opinion as a reason for itself. The phrase is...
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Miscellaneous Works: England and the English

Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton - 1876
...setting up one's own ipse dixit as a rule to bind other people. "They consist, all of them," says he, "in so many contrivances for avoiding the obligation...standard, and for prevailing upon the reader to accept the author's sentiment or opinion as a reason for itself." This, however, is not fair treatment of...
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