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The Really Hard Problem: Meaning in a Material World - Page 44
by Owen Flanagan - 2009 - 304 pages
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An Enquiry Concerning the Principles of Morals

David Hume - Ethics - 1751 - 253 pages
...our Examination and -Enquiry. LET us fuppofe, that Nature has beftow'd on htu man Race fuch profufe Abundance of all external Conveniences, that, without...any Uncertainty in the Event, without any Care or Induftry on our Part, Individual finds himfelf fully provided of C 5. whatever whatever his moft voracious...
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Essays and Treatises on Several Subjects

David Hume - Ethics - 1758 - 539 pages
...deferve our examination and enquiry. LET us fuppofe, that nature has beftowed on human race fuch profufe abundance of all external conveniences, that, without...any uncertainty in the event, without any care or induftry on our part, every individual finds himfrlf fully provided of whatever his moil voracious...
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Essays and treatises on several subjects, Volume 2

David Hume - 1804 - 527 pages
...this proposition, being more curious and important, will better deserve our examination and inquiry. Let us suppose, that nature has bestowed on the human race such profuse abundance of all external conveniencies, that, without any uncertainty in the event, without any care or industry on our part,...
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The Christian Pioneer, Volume 6

Unitarianism - 1832
...the human race, such abundance of all external conveniences, that in the certainty of the event, and without any care or industry on our part, every individual finds himself provided with whatever his most voracious appetite can want, or most luxurious imagination wish or...
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History of Moral Science

Robert Blakey - Ethics - 1833
...society ; and the following passages contain the principles of all Mr. Hume's reasonings on this topic. " Let us suppose, that nature has bestowed on the human...individual finds himself fully provided with whatever his voracious appetites can want, or luxurious imagination wish or desire. His natural beauty, we shall...
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Half-hours with the freethinkers, ed. by J. Watts, 'Iconoclast', and A. Collins

John Watts - 1857
...this proposition being more curious and important, will better deserve our examination and inquiry. Let us suppose that nature has bestowed on the human...himself fully provided with whatever his most voracious appetite can want, or luxurious imagination wish or desire. His natural beauty, we shall suppose, surpasses...
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Biographies of Ancient and Modern Celebrated Freethinkers: Reprinted from an ...

Charles Bradlaugh, John Watts, William Harral Johnson - Rationalists - 1858 - 344 pages
...this proposition being more curious and important, will better deserve our examination and inquiry. Let us suppose that nature has bestowed on the human...profuse abundance of all external conveniences, that, wilhout any uncertainty in the event, without any care or industry on our part, every individual finds...
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The Classical Moralists: Selections Illustrating Ethics from Socrates to ...

Benjamin Rand - Ethics - 1909 - 797 pages
...this proposition, being more curious and important, will better deserve our examination and enquiry. Let us suppose that nature has bestowed on the human race such profuse abundance of all external conveniencies, that, without any uncertainty in the event, without any care or industry on our part,...
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Justice: Views from the Social Sciences

Ronald L. Cohen - Psychology - 1986 - 284 pages
...interest due not only to the scarcity of goods but to the limitations of human benevolence as well. Let us suppose that nature has bestowed on the human...event, without any care or industry on our part, every human finds himself fully provided with whatever his most voracious appetites can want. ... It seems...
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British Moralists, 1650-1800: Hume

David Daiches Raphael - Philosophy - 1969 - 437 pages
...proposition, being more curious and important, will better deserve our examination and inquiry. 567 Let us suppose, that nature has bestowed on the human race such profuse abundance of all external conveniencies, that, without any uncertainty in the event, without any care or industry on our part,...
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