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EMBRACING THE TWO DEPARTMENTS OF THE
INTELLECT AND THE SENSIBILITIES,
BY THOMAS C. UPHAM,
PROFESSOR OF MENTAL AND MORAL PHILOSOPHY IN BOWDOIN COLLEGE.
IN TWO VOLUMES.-VOL. II.
PUBLISHED BY WILLIAM HYDE,
FOR Z. HYDE.
Entered, according to the Act of Congress, by Thomas C. UPHAM,
in the Clerk's office of the District court of Maine.
PREBB OF J. GRIFFIN, BRUNSWICK.
NATURAL OR PATHEMATIC GEN-
NATURAL OR PATHEMATIC SENTI-
CHAP. II.-CLASSIFICATION OF THE The character of emotions chan-
ges so as to conform to that of
ferent styles of architecture 29 Great height an element or occa-
Objects may become beautiful by
Chap. V.-NATURE OF INTELLECTU-
The sources of associated beauty
Distinguishable from mere quick-
coincident with those of human
ness of feeling or sensibility 70
44 Of the process involved in the for-
General nature of emotions of the The desires characterized by com-
74 parative fixedness and perma-
Emotions of dissatisfaction, dis-
THE SENSIBILITIES. Of the general nature and char-
acteristics of the appetities 106
NATURAL OR PATHEMATIC SEN-
ly of a selfish character
Chap. I.-NATURE OF DESIRES. the propensities