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" That which we more strictly call piety, or the love of God, and which is an essential part of a right temper, some may perhaps imagine no way connected with benevolence: yet surely they must be connected, if there be indeed in being an object infinitely... "
Fifteen Sermons Preached at Rolls Chapel: To which is Added Six Sermons ... - Página 257
de Joseph Butler - 1749 - 480 páginas
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The Law of Love and Love as a Law: Or, Christian Ethics. Theory of Marals ...

Mark Hopkins - 1881 - 384 páginas
...of a right temper, some may perhaps imagine no way connected with benevolence. Yetsurely they must be connected if there be indeed in being an object infinitely good." With this ambiguity in the word, it is not surprising that those really in accord should have seemed...
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Christian Ethics

Mark Hopkins - 1881 - 384 páginas
...of a right temper, some may perhaps imagine no way connected with benevolence. Yet surely they must be connected if there be indeed in being an object infinitely good." With this ambiguity in the word, it is not surprising that those really in accord should have seemed...
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The Works of Joseph Butler: Divided Into Sections; with Sectional ..., Volumen 2

Joseph Butler - 1896
...come in towards determining whether he is to be ranked in an higher or lower class of virtuous beings, but the higher or lower degree in which that principle, and what is manifestly connected with it, prevail in him. which yet are odious and shocking to human nature. There...
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Studies Subsidiary to the Works of Bishop Butler, Volumen 2

William Ewart Gladstone - 1896 - 370 páginas
...come in towards determining whether he is to be ranked in an higher or lower class of virtuous beings, but the higher or lower degree in which that principle, and what is manifestly connected with it, prevail in him. which yet are odious and shocking to human nature. There...
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British Moralists: Being Selections from Writers Principally of ..., Volumen 1

Sir Lewis Amherst Selby-Bigge - 1897 - 451 páginas
...come in towards determining whether he is to be ranked in an higher or lower class of virtuous beings, but the higher or lower degree in which that principle, and what is manifestly connected with it, prevail in him. That which we more strictly call piety, or the love of...
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British Moralists: Being Selections from Writers Principally of ..., Volumen 1

Sir Lewis Amherst Selby-Bigge - 1897 - 451 páginas
...a right temper, some may , perhaps imagine no way connected with benevolence: yet! surely they must be connected, if there be indeed in being an object infinitely good. Human nature is so constituted, that every good affection implies the love of itself; ie becomes the...
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Five Sermons, Preached at the Rolls Chapel and A Dissertation Upon the ...

Joseph Butler - 1983 - 75 páginas
...another view than as conducive to the happiness or misery of the world. lower class of virtuous beings, but the higher or lower degree in which that principle, and what is manifestly connected with it, prevail in him. [33] That which we more strictly call piety, or the love...
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British Moralists, 1650-1800: Hobbes

David Daiches Raphael - 1969 - 431 páginas
...come in towards determining whether he is to be ranked in an higher or lower class of virtuous beings, but the higher or lower degree in which that principle, and what is manifestly connected with it, prevail in him. That which we more strictly call piety, or the love of...
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Readings in Christian Ethics: A Historical Sourcebook

J. Philip Wogaman, Douglas M. Strong - 1996 - 388 páginas
...a right temper, some may perhaps imagine no way connected with benevolence: yet, surely, they must be connected, if there be indeed in being an object infinitely good. Human nature is so constituted, that every good affection implies the love of itself; ie, becomes the...
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Moral Philosophy from Montaigne to Kant

J. B. Schneewind - 2003 - 666 páginas
...come in towards determining whether he is to be ranked in an higher or lower class of virtuous beings, but the higher or lower degree in which that principle, and what is manifestly connected with it, prevail in him. [33.] That which we more strictly call piety, or the...
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