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" If you see another instrument or animal, in some respects like, but differing in other particulars, you find it pleasing to compare them together, and to note in what they agree, and in what they differ. Now, all this kind of gratification is of a pure... "
The London Magazine - Page 560
1827
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The Constitution of Man in Relation to the Natural Laws

George Combe - Human beings - 1803 - 236 pages
...note in what they agree and in what they differ. Now, all this kind of gratification is of a pure and disinterested nature, and has no reference to any...richer for it ; you do not gratify your palate or :my other bodily appetite ; and yet it is so pleasing that you would give something out of your pocket...
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A discourse of the objects, advantages, and pleasures of science [by H.P ...

Henry Peter Brougham (1st baron Brougham and Vaux.) - 1827
...note in what they agree, and in what they differ. Now, all this kind of gratification is of a pure and disinterested nature, and has no reference to any...and would forego some bodily enjoyment for its sake. The pleasure derived from science is exactly of the like nature, or, rather, it is the very same. For...
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A Discourse of the Objects, Advantages, and Pleasures of Science

Henry Brougham Baron Brougham and Vaux - Mathematics - 1828 - 187 pages
...note in what they agree, and in what they differ. Now, all this kind of gratification is of a pure and disinterested nature, and has no reference to any...and would forego some bodily enjoyment for its sake. The pleasure derived from Science is exactly of the like nature, or, rather, it is the very same. For...
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Library of Useful Knowledge: Natural philosophy, Volume 1

1829
...note in what they agree, and in what they differ. Now, all this kind of gratification is of a pure and disinterested nature, and has no reference to any...and would forego some bodily enjoyment for its sake. The pleasure derived from Science is exactly of the like nature, or, rather, it is the very same. For...
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The Constitution of Man Considered in Relation to External Objects

George Combe - Human beings - 1829 - 310 pages
...note in what they agree, and in what they differ. Now, all this kind of gratification is of a pure and disinterested nature, and has no reference to any...and would forego some bodily enjoyment for its sake. The pleasure derived from science is exactly of the like nature, or rather it is the very same.' *...
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The American Library of Useful Knowledge, Volume 1

Boston Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge - Science - 1831 - 320 pages
...note in what they agree, and in what they differ. Now, all this kind of gratification is of a pure and disinterested nature, and has no "reference to any...and would forego some bodily enjoyment for its sake. The pleasure derived from science is exactly of the like nature, or, rather, it is the very same. For...
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The American Library of Useful Knowledge, Volume 1

Boston Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge - Science - 1831 - 320 pages
...note in what they agree, and in what they differ. Now, all this kind of gratification is of a pure and disinterested nature, and has no reference to any of the common purposes of life ; yet it is a pleasure—an enjoyment. You are nothing the richer for it; you do not gratify your palate or any other...
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The Schoolmaster, and Edinburgh Weekly Magazine, Volumes 1-2

Scottish periodicals - 1832
...in what they agree, and in ╗ kit they differ. Now, all this kind of gratification is of a pure and disinterested nature, and has no reference to any...the common purposes of life: yet it is a pleasure — ╗n enjoyment. You are nothing the richer for it ; you do not (íratify your palate, or any other...
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Selections from the Speeches and Writings of the Right Honourable Henry ...

Henry Brougham Baron Brougham and Vaux - Great Britain - 1832 - 259 pages
...note in what they agree, and in what they differ. Now, all this kind of gratification is of a pure and disinterested nature, and has no reference to any of the common purposes of life; yet it is a pleasure—an enjoyment. You are nothing the richer for it; you do not gratify your palate or any other...
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The Constitution of Man Considered in Relation to External Objects

George Combe - Human beings - 1835 - 412 pages
...note in what they agree, and in what they differ. Now, all this kind of gratification is of a pure and disinterested nature, and has no reference to any...and would forego some bodily enjoyment for its sake. The pleasure derived from science is exactly of the like nature, or rather it is the very same.'* This...
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