"For there are certain dispositions of mind, certain actions, which are themselves approved or disapproved by mankind, abstracted from the consideration of their tendency to the happiness or misery of the world"Fidelity, honor, strict justice. A good statement of the sentimentalist philosophy.
Year Read: 1977
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