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" Pity, though it is the most gentle and the least mischievous of all our passions, is yet as much a frailty of our nature as anger, pride, or fear. The weakest minds have generally the greatest share of it, for which reason none are more compassionate... "
Ethnologisches notizblatt - Side 41
1899
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The Fable of the Bees; Or, Private Vices, Public Benefits: With, An ..., Bind 1

Bernard Mandeville - 1728
...from which he acts. Pity, tho* it is the moft gentle and the leaft mifchievous of all our Paffions, is yet as much a Frailty of our Nature, as Anger, Pride, or Fear. The weakeft Minds have generally the greateft Share of it, for which Reafon none are moreCompaffionate...
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The Fable of the Bees : Or, Private Vices, Publick Benefits: With an Essay ...

Bernard Mandeville - 1806 - 534 sider
...from which he ac~b. Pity, though it is the moft gentle and the leaft mifchievous of all our paffions, is yet as much a frailty of our nature, as anger, pride, or fear. The weaken; minds have generally the greateft fhare of it, for which reafon none are more compaffionate...
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Remarks on The Fable of the Bees

William Law - 1844 - 130 sider
...performance, unless we are thoroughly acquainted with the principle and motive from which he acts. Pity, though it is the most gentle and the least mischievous...a frailty of our nature as anger, pride, or fear. The weakest minds have generally the greatest share of it ; for which reason none are more compassionate...
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Mental and Moral Science: A Compendium of Psychology and Ethics

Alexander Bain - 1868 - 850 sider
...compassion, which is a fellow-feeling for SELF-LOVE AND PRIDE. 595 the sufferings of others. Pity is as much a frailty of our nature as anger, pride, or fear. The weakest minds (eg, women and children) have generally the greatest share of it. It is excited throngh...
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Mental and Moral Science: A Compendium of Psychology and Ethics

Alexander Bain - 1868 - 850 sider
...or compassion, which is a fellow-feeling for SELF-LOVE AND PRIDE. the sufferings of others. Pity is as much a frailty of our nature as anger, pride, or fear. The weakest minds (eg, women and children) have generally the greatest share of it. It is excited through...
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Cassell's library of English literature, selected, ed. and arranged ..., Bind 3

Cassell, ltd - 1876
...performance, unless we are thoroughly acquainted with the principle and motive from which he acts. u a cluster of grapes, that full of that taste you...with obscure definitions, which must blur the margin The weakest minds have generally the greatest share of it, for which reason none are more compassionate...
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British Moralists: Samuel Clarke. Balguy. Richard Price. Appendix : Balguy ...

Sir Lewis Amherst Selby-Bigge - 1897
...performance, unless we are thoroughly acquainted with the principle and motive from which he acts. Pity, though it is the most gentle and the least mischievous...a frailty of our nature, as anger, pride, or fear. The weakest minds have generally the greatest share of it, for which reason none are more compassionate...
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Die mikronesischen Colonien aus ethnologischen Gesichtspunkten

Adolf Bastian - 1899 - 370 sider
...führen, weil dann die (in Macht und Kraft) bethätigte Tugend abgeschwächt*) schmälernd (als leidende). »Pity, though it is the most gentle and the least...mischievous of all our passions, is yet as much a frailty, as pretexte de les instruire« (s. Le Gobien), in Aguarin's Aufruf (gegen die Spanier und ihre Missionare)...
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Vierteljahrsschrift für wissenschaftliche Philosophie, Bind 23

1899
...of moral virtue, S. 27 (enthalten in der 9. Ausgabe der Bienenfabel, Edinburgh 1755) „Pity, tho' it is the most gentle and the least mischievous of all our passions, is yet as much a frailly of our nature, as anger, pride or fear." Vierteljahrsschrift f. wissenschaftl. Philosophie....
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The Classical Moralists: Selections Illustrating Ethics from Socrates to ...

Benjamin Rand - 1909 - 797 sider
...performance, unless we are thoroughly acquainted with the principle and motive from which he acts. Pity, though it is the most gentle and the least mischievous...a frailty of our nature, as anger, pride, or fear. The weakest minds have generally the greatest share of it, for which reason none are more compassionate...
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