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" ... ordinary mortals, just because he perceives more of these analogies and relations to social emotion, in which all beauty consists; so other men see more or less of this beauty, exactly as they happen to possess that fancy, or those habits, which enable... "
Encyclopaedia Britannica: Or, A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and ... - Page 175
1824
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Elements of mental and moral science; designed to exhibit the original ...

George Payne - 1828
...can be conceived as either sublime, or beautiful."* Beauty is not then a quality in external objects, but the reflection of emotions, excited by the feelings, or condition of sentient beings. But if all our emotions of beauty, derived from external objects, are the result of association, how...
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Selections from the Edinburgh Review: Comprising the Best Articles ..., Volume 2

Maurice Cross - 1835
...to possess that fancy, or those habits, which enable them readily to trace out these relations. From all these sources of evidence, then, we think it is...is produced altogether by certain little portions, asil were, of love, joy, pity, veneration, or terror, that adhere to those objects that are present...
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Selections from the Edinburgh Review: Comprising the Best ..., Volumes 3-4

Maurice Cross - 1835
...to possess that fancy, or those habits, which enable them readily to trace out these relations. From all these sources of evidence, then, we think it is pretty well made "и,1, (fiat the beauty or sublimity of external objects is nothing but the reIkrlian of emotions excited...
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Selections from the Edinburgh Review: Comprising the Best ..., Volumes 3-4

Maurice Cross - 1835
...happen to possess that fancy, or those ha which enable them readily to trace out these relations. From all these sources of evidence, then, we think it is pretty well i out, that the beauty or sublimity of external objects is nothing but the flection of emotions excited...
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Contributions to the Edinburgh Review, Volume 1

Lord Francis Jeffrey Jeffrey - Edinburgh review - 1846 - 733 pages
...to possess that fancy, or those habits, which enable them readily to trace out these relations. From all these sources of evidence, then, we think it is...the feelings or condition of sentient beings; and is produccd altogether by certain little portions, as it were, of love, joy, pity, veneration, or terror,...
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Contributions to the Edinburgh Review

Lord Francis Jeffrey Jeffrey - Edinburgh review (1802) - 1846 - 762 pages
...relations. From all these sources of evidence, tbrc. we think it is pretty well made out, that tke beauty or sublimity of external objects is nothing...certain little portions, as it were, of love, joy. pclr, veneration, or terror, that adhere to the objects that were present on the occasions of such...
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The Modern British Essayists: Jeffrey, Francis. Contributions to the ...

English essays - 1852
...to possess that fancy, or those habits, which enable them readily to trace out these relations. From all these sources of evidence, then, we think it is...love, joy; pity, veneration, or terror, that adhere to the objects that were present on the occasions of such emotions. — Nor. after what we have already...
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The Modern British Essayists: Jeffrey, Francis. Contributions to the ...

English essays - 1852
...to posses? that fancy, or those habits, which enable them readily to trace out these relations. From int, and found Her foe's conclusions were not sound, From premises erroneous brought ; the objects that were present on the occasions of such emotions.—Nor, after what we have al-ready...
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Macphail's Edinburgh ecclesiastical journal and literary review, Volumes 13-14

1853
...stating this theory, than that which is adopted by Jeffrey when he says, in summing up his views, " From all these sources of evidence, then, we think it is...produced altogether, by certain little portions, as it teere, of love, joy, pity, veneration, or terror, that adhere, to thote objects iclrich are prtsent...
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Essay on Beauty

Lord Francis Jeffrey Jeffrey, Archibald Alison - Aesthetics - 1871 - 324 pages
...to possess that fancy, or those habits, which enable them readily to trace out these relations. From all these sources of evidence, then, we think it is...are present on occasion of such emotions. Nor, after 44 IDEAS OF BEAUTY DIFFER FROM PRIMARY EMOTIONS. what we have already said, does it seem to be necessary...
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