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The pleasures of reason
by printed for the author: and sold by G. Sael; and J. Debrett in London
Written in English
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The Book of Pleasure (self-love) In fear they would vomit hot blood were they to see the fruits of their actions and pleasures. Thus believing in widely different doctrines, they are of the dual principle, necessary parasites on each other. or simultaneously we create an excuse or reason for the sin by a distortion of the moral code. But pure pleasure, such as the study of knowledge, is reflective of the pleasures of the soul independent of the body, such as aesthetic pleasures or contemplation of the Forms. And we must remember that the illusory pleasures are merely images; knowledge and its study are real. Thus it is that the just man, secure in his knowledge, is the.
B Chapter 8. Having said this, Aristotle can’t end his discussion here, because it isn’t enough to study virtue, but to act on what one has tle explains that mere arguments about virtue aren’t enough to make people behave decently. Most people live by their feelings, pursuing pleasures and avoiding pains, and they don’t have a taste for the fine and truly pleasant. For this reason pleasures seem, too, to differ in kind. For things different in kind are, we think, completed by different things (we see this to be true both of natural objects and of things produced by art, e.g. animals, trees, a painting, a sculpture, a house, an implement); and, similarly, we think that activities differing in kind are.
Book digitized by Google from the library of Oxford University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. The fallacy that the pleasures offered by reading must necessarily be pleasures to which a self-defeating sense of shame is attached offers a very impoverished definition of gratification.
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