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PHILOSOPHICAL ENQUIRY

INTO THE

ORIGIN OF OUR IDEAS

OF THE

SUBLIME AND BEAUTIFUL.

WITH AN INTRODUCTORY DISCOURSE CONCERNING

T A S T E,

AND SEVERAL OTHER ADDITIONS.

C Ο Ν Τ Ε Ν Τ S.

INTRODUCTION. On Taste.

Page 69

PART 1

SECT.

Page

89

96

100

I. Novelty
II. Pain and Pleasure

90
III. The Difference between the removal of Pain and
positive Pleasure

93
IV. Of Delight and Pleasure, as opposed to each other 95

V. Joy and Grief
VI. Of the Passions which belong to Self-preservation 98
VII. Of the Sublime

99
VIII. Of the Passions which belong to Society
IX. The final cause of the difference between the

Paffions belonging to self-preservation, and

those which regard the Society of the sexes -
X. Of Beauty
XI. Society and Solitude

104
XII. Sympathy, Imitation, and Ambition

ibid. XIII. Sympathy

105
XIV. The effects of Sympathy in the distresses of others ico
XV. Of the effects of Tragedy

108
XVI. Imitation
XVII. Ambition
XVIII. Recapitulation
XIX. The Conclusion

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