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" I mean by the word Taste no more than that faculty or those faculties of the mind, which are affected with, or which form a judgment of, the works of imagination and the elegant arts. "
The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Collected in Three Volumes ... - Halaman 71
oleh Edmund Burke - 1792
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The Works of the Right Honorable Edmund Burke ...: A vindication of natural ...

Edmund Burke - 1756
...to cut off all pretence for cavilling, I mean by the word Taste no more than that faculty or those faculties of the mind, which are affected with, or...imagination and the elegant arts. This is, I think, the most general idea of that word, and what is the least connected with any particular theory. And my...
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A Philosophical Enquiry Into the Origin of Our Ideas of the Sublime and ...

Edmund Burke - 1764 - 342 halaman
...pretence for caviling, I mean by the word Tafte no more than that faculty, or thofe faculties of the rnind which are affected with, or •which form a judgment...imagination and the elegant arts. This is, I think, the rnoft general idea of that word, and what is the leaft connected with any particular theory. And my...
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The Beauties of the Late Right Hon. Edmund Burke: Selected from ..., Volume 2

Edmund Burke - 1798 - 499 halaman
...Tafte, no more than that faculty or thofe faculties of the mind, which are affected with, or which forma judgment of, the works of imagination and the elegant...connected with any particular theory. And my point in this inquiry is, to find whether there are any principles, on which the imagination is affected, fo common...
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An Appeal to the Loyal Citizens of Dublin

Freeman of Dublin - 1800 - 41 halaman
...any that are valuable. Aa But ? But to cut off all pretence for cavilling, I mean by the word Tafle no more than that faculty or thofe faculties of the...moft general idea of that word, and what is the leaft connefted with any particular theory. And my point in this enquiry is, to find whether there are any...
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The works of ... Edmund Burke [ed. by W. King and F. Laurence].

Edmund Burke - 1803
...invention, and to direct him into thofe paths in which the author has made his own difcoveries, if he fhould be fo happy as to have made any that are valuable....connected with any particular theory. And my point in this inquiry is, to find whether there are any principles, on which the imagination is affected, fo common...
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The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Volume 1

Edmund Burke - 1806
...to cut off all pretence for cavilling, I mean by the word Taste no more than that faculty or those faculties of the mind, which are affected with, or...imagination and the elegant arts. This is, I think, the most general idea of that word, and what is the least connected with any particular theory. And my...
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Extracts from the Diary of a Lover of Literature

Thomas Green - 1810 - 241 halaman
...of both is the same in all human creatures. Taste, he defines " that faculty or those faculties in the mind, which are affected with, or which form a...of, the works of imagination and the elegant arts." He first examines the natural pleasures of SENSE ; which he shews to be the same in all, and that our...
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A Critical Dissertation on the Nature and Principles of Taste

Martin MacDermot - 1823 - 408 halaman
...the beauty of which it made them acquainted. Thus Burke defines taste to be " that faculty, or those faculties of the mind which are affected with, or...of, the works of imagination and the elegant arts." Allison defines it : " that faculty of the human mind, by which we perceive and enjoy whatever is beautiful...
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The Oriental Herald, Volume 4

1825
...doit plaire anx ames sensibles, et ce qui doit les blesser:" by Mr. Burke, " that faculty, or those faculties of the mind, which are affected with, or...of, the works of imagination and the elegant arts." It may perhaps be found, upon inquiry, to be no distinct faculty at all, but merely " correct judgment...
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A philosophical enquiry [&c.].

Edmund Burke - 1827
...to cut off all pretence for cavilling, I mean by the word Taste no more than that faculty or those faculties of the mind which are affected with, or...imagination, and the elegant arts. This is, I think, the most general idea of that word, and what is the least connected with any particular theory. And my...
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