The Emotions and the Will

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Distinction of Pleasure and Pain not enough i
10
The PHYSICAL SIDE and the MENTAL SIDE 9 The Physical Side of Pleasure
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The Physical Side of Pain 11 Feeling as Pleasure 12 Feeling as Pain
12
Feeling as Indifference or Neutral Excitement
13
Volitional Characters of Feeling 14 Feelings tested by conduct
14
Conditions of ideal revival of feelings
15
Mixed Characters of Feelings 17 Forethoughtcombines Will and Intellect
17
Stamping intellectual impressions
18
Differences of intellectual character according to the predominance of feelings
19
Influence of Feeling on Belief
20
The Emotions affect the judgment of true and false Deepseated corruption of the intellect
21
INTERPRETATION AND ESTIMATE OF FEELINGS 22 The estimate of quantity necessary to an exact science 23 Great latitude in the estimates of ...
23
Mind known directly only to each ones self the knowledge of other minds inferential
24
Degree of delicacy in estimating our own states
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Estimating pleasures and pains by their neutralizing each other Intensity estimated by Time and by Number Statistical methods Strength of Belief
26
Expression Estimate of known Agents
27
Volitional signs
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Intellectual signs Influer ce on the thoughts
29
Disguise and Concealment habit of Contentment difference of Physical Energy
30
Conflicting testimony of Emotion Volition and Intel lect Radically different types of Character
31
A Standard of degree staternent of an average
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Fixing a standard from known individuals
33
Summary of procedure for estimating degree in Mind
34
Value of mental analysis in reducing the difficulties
35
THE RISE AND SUBSIDENCE OF FEELINGS
42
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Transmitted feeling possesses the ideal character
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CONTENTS XXI
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CHAPTER IV
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112
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PRELIMINARY CONSIDERATIONS 124
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CHARACTERS OF THE EMOTION
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Tears
128
Connection with Weakness
129
SPECIES OF TENDER EMOTION The Interests of Sociability at large 10 The gregarious position under an equal relationship Fraternity
131
beings
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The pleasure of Giving benefits The love embrace 13 Interesting accompaniments of personality
133
Transformations of the embrace
134
Ingredients of Sexual Love
135
Operation of Disparity ib 17 Accessory Emotions Passion for One
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The Parental Feeling 18 Hypothesis of its origin 13
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Sensuous aspects of infancy The Maternal feeling
141
The Paternal feeling
142
Tender Feeling mixed with sympathy
143
Tender feeling completed by the embrace Proper gratitude begins with sympathy 144
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Emotional Gratitude Justice
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Pains that we are liable to in connection with beloved objects Consolations of Tenderness
146
Social and Ethical bearings of Tenderness
147
Admiration the response to superior excellence 20
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The apprehension of Pain Strangeness
157
Superstition
164
CHAPTER IX
172
feelings
179
Infancy and Childhood
180
Sudden Resentment 1
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Deliberate Resentment Revenge
182
Antipathy
183
Hatred
184
Hostility or Combatthe primary situation of Anger
185
The Pleasure of Malevolence called in question
187
16 Righteous Indignation
190
CHAPTER X
192
The unction of Power needs sociability
194
the pleasure of Malevolence
195
Power comprises the pleasures of Property and of Love ib 5 Attaining the ends of labour with ease
196
PHYSICAL SIDEcontains no original manifestation Laughter
197
Wide scope of the pleasure of Power in Idea
198
Interest in the Signs and suggestive circumstances of Power
199
Drawbacks to the pleasure of manifested power Dis position to come under Protectorship Admiration of Moral Power
200
CHAPTER XIV
225
The Eye and the Ear the æsthetic senses 226 2 The Eye and the Ear the æsthetic senses 3 The Muscular and Sensual feelings are ästhetic in idea ib 4 P...
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Designations of the æsthetic qualities
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Resumption of Laws applicable to æsthetic pleasures ib 6 Resumption of Laws applicable to æsthetic pleasures 7 Pleasures of Light and of Hearing
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Cooperation of the Intellect
230
Intellectual feeling of Unity Likeness in Diversity 11 Emotions of Science are under certain disqualifications ib 12 Combinations of Sound Music Th...
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Unity in Varietymusical form
234
Musical Expression
236
Melody of Speech
237
Harmonies of Sight Simple effects 17 Unity in VarietyProportions Statement of Laws of Proportion
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Beauty of Form 19 Expression in objects of sightBeauty from Associa tions
241
Beauty of Support
243
Symmetry
244
Beauty of Movement
245
FitnessThe Æsthetic of Utility ib 26 Beauty of Order
247
The Comic a rebound from the Serious
253
CHAPTER XV
264
Process of enactment of moral rules
282
The selfformed or Independent Conscience
288
THE WILL
296
CHAPTER I
303
Natural Vigour Excitement Mental Stimulants
310
wants of the system pleasure
316
CHAPTER II
321
Mastication
328
Avoiding painful and courting pleasurable Sounds 34
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the Word
341
Imitation of Movements at sight
348
Operation of Pleasure and Pain in idea
354
COMMAND OF THE THOUGHTS
369
Constructive Association a voluntary operation
375
CHAPTER V
383
Excited impassioned exaggerated irrational ends
390
Conflict of the Actual with the Ideal
403
Example
410
Deliberation no exception to the theory of the Will
416
CHAPTER IX
440
Tender Emotion
450
CHAPTER XI
479
Freewill cannot be stated in definite language
496
BELIEF
503
Belief as varying in Degree Tests of its force
510
of contradictions
514
Experience discriminates the precise conditions of a fact
515
How to deal with probable sequences Intrusion of the feelings
518
Influence of the powerful suggestion of an idea
519
Feeling overpowers Discrimination
520
Emotion or Feeling heightens the intensity of an idea
522
Rise and depression of the spirits
523
Spontaneous Activity
524
Will and Desire as affecting belief
525
Effect of the Feelings and the Activities on checks or contradictions
526
Applications to our belief in the Uniformity of Nature ib 23 Perversions due to primitive credulity coupled with the feelings
527
Belief in the Supernatural
529
Ordinary cases of Delusion and Illusion ib 26 HOPE
530
The antithesis of HopeDESPONDENCY
531
Faith in the religious sense
532
Views of James Mill and John Stuart Mill difference between Memory and Ima gination
534
Mr Sullys views as to the foundations of Belief
535
Prevalent meanings of the term consciousness
539
Subjectivity
545
1 Mental CONSCIOUSNESS AS FEELING 1 The Passive States 3 Pleasure and Pain Neutral excitementits Diffusion its occupying the mind
546
The common groundwork of Emotion and of Intellect 570
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Excitement attending Pain 391
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Sense of Agreement
555
Perception more intellectual than Sensation
561
SUBJECT AND OBJECT THE EXTERNAL WORLD
574
The Untological problem of the Reality of an Inde
583
APPENDIX
589
B Classifications of the Emotions Herbert Spencer Reid
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