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accompanied according action activity admit aesthetic affective affective psychology analgesia analogous anger animals appearance arrest association association of ideas Bain called cause centres chap character classification complete connected consciousness Darwin Descartes dipsomania elements emotion emotional memory especially evolution excitement existence experience explain expression external fact fear feeling Grant Allen Herbert Spencer human hyperalgesia hypochondriac hypothesis ideas images impression impulses individual instinct intel intellectual intensity kleptomania lacteal manifestations megalomania melancholia memory ment mental moral pain morbid motor movements nature nerves nervous normal numerous object observation organic origin pass passion pathological perception person phenomena physical pain physiological pleasure and pain present primitive principal produced psychic psychology purely question recollection reflex action religious representation result revival seems sense sentiment sexual Shadworth Hodgson simple slight social stage sympathy taste temperament tendencies theomania theory tion unconscious vague
Page 353 - I may therefore conclude, that the passion of laughter is nothing else but sudden glory > arising from some sudden conception of some eminency in ourselves, by comparison with the infirmity of others, or with our own formerly...
Page 254 - ... relation becomes in a high degree active. There comes next the feeling called love of approbation. To be preferred above all the world, and that by one admired beyond all others, is to have the love of approbation gratified in a degree passing every previous experience: especially as there is added that indirect gratification of it which results from the preference being witnessed by unconcerned persons.