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HENRY HOME, LORD KAMES,
▲ JUDGE OF THE COURT OF SESSION IN SCOTLAND, &c. &c. &c.
COMPLETE IN ONE VOLUME.
COLLINS & HANNAY, COLLINS & Co., AND G. & C. CARVILL.
W. E. Dean, Printer, Frankfort-Street.
1. Difference between Emotion and Passion.-
Causes that are the most common and the
most general.-Passion considered as pro-
2. Power of Sounds to raise Emotions and Pas-
3. Causes of the Emotions of Joy and Sorrow
4. Sympathetic Emotion of Virtue and its cause.
5. In many instances one Emotion is productive
6. Causes of the.Passions of Fear and Anger
7. Emotion's caused by Fiction
2. Emotions and Passions as pleasant and painful,
agreeable and disagreeable. - Modification of
3. Interrupted Existence of Emotions and Passions.
4. Coexistent Emotions and Passions
5. Influence of Passion with respect to our Percep-
4. Grandeur and Sublimity
5. Motion and Force
Appendix. Methods that Nature hath afforded for
6. Resemblance of Emotions to their Causes
7. Final Causes of the more frequent Emotions and
6. Novelty, and the unexpected appearance of Objects
Appendix. Concerning the Works of Nature, chiefly