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Click on the phrases to see them in context. The original texts by Immanuel Kant and David Hume are available from the Gutenberg Projet.

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The former, therefore, produces delight; and the latter uneasiness.

 The table of the categories is naturally our guide to the table of principles, because these are nothing else than rules for the objective employment of the former. But if the conditions of the exercise of free volition are empirical, reason can have only a regulative, and not a constitutive, influence upon it, and is serviceable merely for the introduction of unity into its empirical laws. We may be mortified by our own faults and follies; but never feel any anger or hatred. except from the injuries of others. Where these angry passions rise up to cruelty, they form the most detested of all vices. I cannot discover any theory, which gives me satisfaction on this head. Exposition of the Cosmological Idea of Freedom in Harmony with the Universal Law of Natural Necessity. There must, therefore, be some cause different from the object. These two phaenomena appear contradictory, and require some attention to be reconciled. The very essence of this consists in the probability of its exercise, and in its causing us to anticipate, by a true or false reasoning, the real existence of the pleasure.