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A VINDICATION OF NATURAL Society: or, a View of the Miseries
und Evils arising to Mankind from every Species of Artificial
A PHILOSOPHICAL INQUIRY INTO THE ORIGIN OF OUR IDEAS OF THB
SJBLIME AND BEAUTIFUL; with an Introductory Discourse con-
II. The Difference between the Removal of Pain, and po-
IV. Of Delight and Pleasure, as opposed to each other
vi. Of the Passions which belong to Self-preservation
VIII. Of the Passions which belong to Society
IX. The final cause of the Difference between the Passions
belonging to Self-preservation, and those which regard the
21. Sympathy, Imitation, and Ambition
XIV. The Effects of Sympathy in the Distresses of others
On the SUBLIME AND BEAUTIFUL.-Part II.
Sect. 1. Of the Passion caused by the Sublime
iv. Of the Difference between Clearness and Obscurity with
[ıv.] The same subject continued .
xi. Infinity in pleasing Objects
xvi. Colour considered as productive of the Sublime
xxi. Smell and Taste. Bitters and Stenches
ON THE SUBLIME AND BEAUTIFUL.-PART III.
11. Proportion not the Cause of Beauiy in Vegetables.
II. Proportion not the Cause of Beauty in Animals
1. Proportion not the Cause of Beauty in the Human
v. Proportion further considered
vi. Fitness not the cause of Beauty
VII. The real Effects of Fitness