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" To confine one's expence entirely to such a gratification, without regard to friends or family, is an indication of a heart destitute of humanity or benevolence. But if a man reserve time sufficient for all laudable pursuits, and money sufficient for... "
Introductory remarks - Page 603
by Wakefield, Edward - 1812
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THE MONTHLY REVIEW

Several Hands - 1752
...and is incompatible with any vigour of temper or genius. To confine one's expence entirely to fuch a gratification, without regard to friends or family, is an indication of a heart entirely devoid of humanity or benevolence. But if a man referve time fuffictent for all laudible purfuits,...
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Essays and Treatises on Several Subjects

David Hume - Ethics - 1758 - 539 pages
...is incompatible ble with any vigor of temper or genius. To confine one's expence entirely to fuch a gratification, without regard to friends or family, is an indication of a heart entirely devoid of humanity or benevolence. But if a man referve time fufikient for all laudable purluits,...
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Essays and Treatises on Several Subjects: Essays, moral, political, and ...

David Hume - Philosophy - 1760 - 352 pages
...and is incompatible with any vigour of temper or genius. To confine one's expesce intirely to fuch a gratification, without regard to friends or family, is an indication of a heart intirely devoid of humanity or benevolence. But if a man referve time fufEcient for all laudable purfuits,...
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Essays, moral, political, and literary

David Hume - Literary Collections - 1793
...incompatible with any vigour of temper or genius. To confine one's expence entirely to fuch a gra. tification, without regard to friends or family, is an indication of a heart deftitute of humanity or benevolence ; but if a man referve time fufficient for all laudable purfuits,...
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Essays and treatises on several subjects

David Hume - 1804
...and is incompatible with any vigour of temper or genius. To confine one's espence entirely to, such a gratification, without regard to friends or family,...he is free from every shadow of blame or reproach. Since luxury may be considered either as innocent or blameable, one may be surprised at those preposterous...
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A manual of essays, selected from various authors

Manual - 1809
...and is incompatible with any vigour of temper or genius. To confine one's expence entirely to such a gratification without regard to friends or family,...he is free from every shadow of blame or reproach. Since luxury may be considered either as innocent or blameable, one may be surprised at those preposterous...
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Essays, moral, political, and literary

David Hume - Philosophy - 1809
...and is incompatible with any vigour of temper or genius. To confine one's expence entirely to such a gratification, without regard to friends or family,...he is free from every shadow of blame or reproach. Since luxury may be considered either as innocent or blameable, one may be surprised at those preposterous...
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The Philosophical Works of David Hume ...

Philosophy - 1826
...one's expense entirely to such a gratification, without regard to friends or family, is an inr dication of a heart destitute of humanity or benevolence. But...he is free from every shadow of blame or reproach. Since luxury may be considered either as innocent or blameable, one may be surprised at those preposterous...
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Philosophical Works, Volume 3

David Hume - Philosophy - 1854
...and is incompatible with any vigor of temper or genius. To confine one's expense entirely to such a gratification, without regard to friends or family,...he is free from every shadow of blame or reproach. Since luxury may be considered either as innocent or blamable, one may be surprised at those preposterous...
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Class-book of French Composition

P. BlouŽt - 1885
...and is incompatible with any vigour of temper or genius. To confine one's expense entirely to such a gratification, without regard to friends or family,...benevolence. But if a man reserve time sufficient 10 for all laudable pursuits, and money sufficient for all generous purposes, he is free 17 from every...
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