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" These pleasures, by repetition, lose their relish. It is a property of the machine, for which we know no remedy, that the organs, by which we perceive pleasure, are blunted and benumbed by being frequently exercised in the same way. "
LECTURES ON MORAL SCIENCE - Página 61
por MARK HOPKINS, D.D. LL.D. - 1863
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The Principles of Moral and Political Philosophy, Volume 2

William Paley - 1788 - 536 páginas
...by which we perceive pleafure, are blunted and benumbed, by being frequently exercifed in the fame way. There is hardly any one who has not found the...between a gratification, when new, and when familiar ; or any pleafure which does not become indifferent as it grows habitual. 3<//y, The eagernefs for...
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The Britannic magazine; or entertaining repository of heroic ..., Volume 1

...by which we perceive pleafiire are blunted and benumbed, by being frequently exercifed in the fame way. There is hardly any one who has not found the...between a gratification when new and when familiar, and any pleafure which does not become indifferent, as it grows habitual. 3. The eagernefs for high...
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Encyclopædia Britannica: Or, A Dictionary of Arts ..., Volume 8,Parte 1

Colin Macfarquhar, George Gleig - 1797
...areblunted and benumbed, by being frequently exercifed in the fame way. There is hardly any one who ha» not found the difference between a gratification when new and when familiar, and any pleafure which does not become indifferent as it grows habitual. 3. The ea,gernefs for high...
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The Principles of Moral and Political Philosophy, Volume 1

William Paley - 1806 - 492 páginas
...It is a property of the machine, for which we know no remedy, that the organs, by which we perceive pleasure, are blunted and benumbed, by being frequently...difference between a gratification, when new, and when famil^ iar; or any pleasure, which dees not become indifferent as it grows habitual. There is hardly...
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The principles of moral and political philosophy, Volume 1

William Paley - 1811
...It is a property of the machine, for which we know no remedy, that the organs, by which we perceive pleasure, are blunted and benumbed by being frequently...between a gratification, when new, and when familiar ; or any pleasure which does not become indifferent as it grcnvs habitual. Sdly, The eagerness for...
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The Works of William Paley, D.D.: The principles of moral and political ...

William Paley - 1811
...It is a property of the machine, for which we know no remedy, that the organs, by which we perceive pleasure, are blunted and benumbed by being frequently...between a gratification, when new, and when familiar ; or any pleasure which does not become indifferent as it grows habitual. 3dly, The eagerness for high...
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The Moral Instructor and Guide to Virtue and Happiness

Jesse Torrey - 1819 - 228 páginas
...It is a property of the machine, for which we know no remedy, that the organs, by which we perceive pleasure, are blunted and benumbed, by being frequently...between a gratification, when new, and when familiar; or any pleasure, which does not become indifferent as it grows habitual. 3dly. The eagerness for high...
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The Pleasures of Human Life, Examined and Enumerated: With an Entertaining ...

John Platts - 1822 - 764 páginas
...It is a property of the machine, for which we know no remedy, that the organs, by which we perceive pleasure, are blunted and benumbed by being frequently...between a gratification when new, and when familiar ; or any pleasure which does not become indifferent as it grows habitual. . . ••• •:••,•...
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Encyclopaedia Britannica; Or A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and ..., Volume 10

1823
...It is a properly of the machine, for which we know no remedy, that the organs by which we perceive pleasure are blunted and benumbed, by being frequently...between a gratification when new and when familiar, and any pleasure which does not become indifferent as it grows habitual. 3. The eagerness for high...
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The works of William Paley, Volume 2

William Paley - 1823
...It is a property of the machine, for which we know no remedy, that the organs by which we perceive pleasure, are blunted and benumbed by being frequently...any one who has not found the difference between a gratiiication, when new, and when familiar; or any pleasure which does not become indifferent as it...
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