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" ... the nearer we search into human nature, the more we shall be convinced, that the moral virtues are the political offspring which flattery begot upon pride. "
The Cambridge History of English Literature: From Steele and Addison to Pope ... - Página 302
editado por - 1912
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The Fable of the Bees; Or, Private Vices, Public Benefits: With ..., Volumen 1

Bernard Mandeville - 1728 - 524 páginas
...Management of wary Politicians j and the nearer we fearch into human Nature, the more we (hall be convinced, that the Moral Virtues are the Political Offspring which Flattery begot upon Pride. There is no Man of what Capacity or Penetration foever, that is wholly Proof againfl the Witchcraft...
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Alciphron, Or The Minute Philosopher: In Seven Dialogues. : Containing an ...

George Berkeley - 1803 - 414 páginas
...are to obtain it, fo much the wifer is the agent to be efteemed. ALC. — This feems to be true. * The moral virtues are the political offspring, which flattery begot upon pride. Fable of the Bees, part the Grit p. 37. EUPH. — Can a rational agent propofe a more excellent end...
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The Fable of the Bees : Or, Private Vices, Publick Benefits: With an Essay ...

Bernard Mandeville - 1806 - 570 páginas
...management of wary politicians; and the nearer we feaich into human .nature, the more we fhull be convinced, that the moral virtues are the political offspring which flattery begot upon pride. There is no man, of what capacity or penetration foever, that is wholly proof againil the witchcraft...
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Remarks on The Fable of the Bees

William Law - 1844 - 198 páginas
...cheated and flattered out of his natural state by the craft of moralists, and pretend to be very sure that the moral virtues are the political offspring which flattery begot upon pride. So that man and morality are here both destroyed together ; man is declared to be only an animal and...
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Remarks on The Fable of the Bees

William Law - 1844 - 224 páginas
...will forget your better part, as much as you have done, and consider you in your own way. You tell us, that the moral -virtues are the political offspring which flattery begot upon pride1. You therefore, who are an advocate for moral vices, should, by the rule of contraries, 1 p....
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Phrenology Made Practical and Popularly Explained

Frederick Bridges - 1857 - 236 páginas
...man on a level with a chest of drawers. Hobbes to self-love. Mandeville to love of praise : he said that " The moral virtues are the political offspring which flattery begot upon pride." l)r. Clarke to the fitness of things. Paley to the hope of eternal reward. Stewart, Brown, Hutcheson,...
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Phrenology Made Practical and Popularly Explained

Frederick Bridges - 1861 - 216 páginas
...man on a level with a chest of drawers. Hobbes to self-love. Mandeville to love of praise : he said that "the moral virtues are the political offspring which flattery begot upon pride." Dr Clarke to the fitness of things. Paley to the hope of eternal reward. Stewart, Brown, Hutcheson,...
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Mental and Moral Science: A Compendium of Psychology and Ethics

Alexander Bain - 1868 - 904 páginas
...learned politeness. 3. Pride, Vanity, Honour. Pride is of great consequence in Mandeville's system. ' The moral virtues are the political offspring which flattery begot upon pride.' Han is naturally innocent, timid, and stupid; destitute of strong passions or appetites, he would remain...
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Mental and Moral Science: A Compendium of Psychology and Ethics

Alexander Bain - 1868 - 902 páginas
...learned politeness. 3. Pride, Vanity, Honour. Pride is of great consequence in Mandeville's system. ' The moral virtues are the political offspring which flattery begot upon pride.' Man is naturally innocent, timid, and stupid ; destitute of strong passions or appetites, he would...
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Moral Science: a Compendium of Ethics

Alexander Bain - 1869 - 348 páginas
...learned politeness. 3. Pride, Vanity, Honour. Pride is of great consequence in Mandeville's system. ' The moral virtues are the political offspring which flattery begot upon pride/ Man is naturally innocent, timid, and stupid ; destitute of strong passions or appetites, he would...
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