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The Ethics of Evolution: The Crisis in Morals Occasioned by the Doctrine of ... - Page 91
by James Thompson Bixby - 1900 - 315 pages
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The Principles of Psychology, Volume 1

Herbert Spencer - Psychology - 1871
...which cause them do not admit of the required progressive intensification. Generally speaking, then, pleasures are the concomitants of medium activities,...activities are of kinds liable to be in excess or in defect ; and where they are of kinds not liable to be excessive, pleasure- increases as the activity...
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The Principles of Psychology, Volume 1

Herbert Spencer - Psychology - 1873
...which cause them do not admit of the required progressive intensification. Generally speaking, then, pleasures are the concomitants of medium activities,...activities are of kinds liable to be in excess or in defect ; and where they are of kinds not liable to be excessive, pleasure increases as the activity...
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The Principles of Psychology, Volume 1

Herbert Spencer - Psychology - 1873
...which cause them do not admit of the required progressive intensification. Generally speaking, then, pleasures are the concomitants of medium activities,...activities are of kinds liable to be in excess or in defect ; and where they are of kinds not liable to be excessive, pleasure increases as the activity...
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The Principles of Psychology, Volume 1

Herbert Spencer - Psychology - 1876
...which cause them do not admit of the required progressive intensification. Generally speaking, then, pleasures are the concomitants of medium activities,...activities are of kinds liable to be in excess or in defect ; and where they are of kinds not liable to be excessive, pleasure increases as the activity...
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A Student's Handbook of Psychology and Ethics: Designed Chiefly for the ...

Frederick Ryland - Ethics - 1880 - 173 pages
...widely accepted by psychologists.* Mr Herbert Spencer states the relation thus : " Generally speaking, pleasures are the concomitants of medium activities,...activities are of kinds liable to be in excess or defect ; and where they are of kinds not liable to be excessive, pleasure increases as the activity increases,...
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Works, Volume 2

Herbert Spencer - 1881
...which cause them do not admit of the required progressive intensification. Generally speaking, then, pleasures are the concomitants of medium activities,...activities are of kinds liable to be in excess or in defect ; and where they are of kinds not liable to be excessive, pleasure increases as the activity...
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The Principles of Psychology, Volume 1

Herbert Spencer - Psychology - 1882
...which cause them do not admit of the required progressive intensification. Generally speaking, then, pleasures are the concomitants of medium activities, where the activities are of kinds liable to bo in excess or in defect ; and where they are of kinds not liable to be excessive, pleasure increases...
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An Examination of the Structural Principles of Mr. Herbert Spencer's ...

William David Ground - Theism - 1883 - 351 pages
...Spencer's theory will be manifest from the following passages. He says : — " Generally speaking, then, pleasures are the concomitants of medium activities,...activities are of kinds liable to be in excess or in defect ; and where they are of kinds not liable to be excessive, pleasure increases as the activity...
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An Examination of the Structural Principles of Mr. Herbert Spencer's ...

William David Ground - Theism - 1883 - 351 pages
...Spencer's theory will be manifest from the following passages. He says : — " Generally speaking, then, pleasures are the concomitants of medium activities,...activities are of kinds liable to be in excess or in defect; and where they are of kinds not liable to be excessive, pleasure increases as the activity...
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On the Ethics of Naturalism

William Ritchie Sorley - Ethics - 1885 - 292 pages
...the Law of Stimulation (p. 294). ' Spencer, Psychology, 123, i. 277 : " Generally speaking, then, pleasures are the concomitants of medium activities,...activities are of kinds liable to be in excess or in defect; and where they are of kinds not liable to be excessive, pleasure increases as the activity...
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