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" He has only felt during the whole course of his life," wrote Hume sympathetically; "and in this respect his sensibility rises to a pitch beyond what I have seen any example of ; but it still gives him a more acute feeling of pain than of pleasure. He... "
The New Laokoon: An Essay on the Confusion of the Arts - Page 112
by Irving Babbitt - 1910 - 258 pages
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 214

1911
...concerning Rousseau to the same effect : f * Confessions, tome iii. t Rousseau, voL ii. ' He has only fdt during the whole course of his life, and in this respect...a more acute feeling of pain than of pleasure. He ia like a man who was stript not only of his clothes, but of his skin, and turned out in that situation...
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Spirit of the English Magazines, Volume 10

1821
...speaking, and study 'd, very little ; and has not indeed much knowledge : He has only felt, duringthe whole course of his life ; and in this respect, his...to a pitch beyond what I have seen any Example of: Cut it still gives him a more acute feeling of Paio than of pleasure. He is like a man who were stript...
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Life and Correspondence of David Hume ...

John Hill Burton - 1846
...reflected, properly speaking, and studied very little ; and has not indeed much knowledge : He has only /eh, during the whole course of his life; and in this respect, his sensibility rises to a pitch heyond what I have seen any example of: but it still gives him a more acute feeling of pain than of...
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The Theological review [ed. by C. Beard]., Volume 10

Charles Beard
...foe, David Hume. " He has only felt during the whole course of his life," wrote Hume sympathetically, "and in this respect his sensibility rises to a pitch beyond what I have seen any example of. ... He is like a man who was stript not only of his clothes, but of bis skin, and turned out in that...
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Rousseau, Volume 2

John Morley (visct.) - 1873
...became so. ' He has only felt during the whole course of his life,' wrote Hume sympathetically ; ' and in this respect his sensibility rises to a pitch...feeling of pain than of pleasure. He is like a man who was stript not only of his clothes, but of his skin, and turned out in that situation to combat with...
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The Theological Review, Volume 10

Charles Beard - Christianity - 1873
...foe, David Ilume. " He has only felt during the whole course of his life," wrote Hume sympathetically, "and in this respect his sensibility rises to a pitch beyond what I have seen any example of. ... He is like a man who was stript not only of his clothes, but of bis skin, and turned out in that...
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The Contemporary Review, Volume 30

Literature - 1877
...has only felt dining the whole course of his life," Avrote Hume, after some intercourse with him, " and in this respect his sensibility rises to a pitch...feeling of pain than of pleasure. He is like a man who was stripped not only of his clothes, but of his skin, and turned out in that situation to combat with...
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Rousseau

Henry Grey Graham - 1882 - 227 pages
...would have been well if the historian had remembered his own true words about his unhappy enemy: " He has only felt during the whole course of his life,...feeling of pain than of pleasure. He is like a man who was stript, not only of his clothes, but of his skin, and turned out in that situation to combat with...
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Dante in his relation to the theology and ethics of the Middle Ages. Goethe ...

Edward Caird - Literature - 1892
...has only felt during the whole course of his life," wrote Hume, after some intercourse with him, " and in this respect his sensibility rises to a pitch...feeling of pain than of pleasure. He is like a man who was stripped not only of his clothes, but of his skin, and turned out in that situation to combat with...
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Macmillan's Magazine, Volume 80

1899
...of Sensibility who was so potent for good and ill, Hume well described him in a letter to Blair : " He has only felt during the whole course of his life,...to a pitch beyond what I have seen any example of He is like a man who was stripped not only of his clothes, but of his skin, and turned out in that...
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