Berkeley and Shaftesbury
All Nature’s wonders serve to excite and perfect this idea of their author. ‘Tis here he suffers us to see, and even converse with him in a manner suitable to our frailty. How glorious is it to contemplate him in this noblest of his works apparent to us, the system of the bigger world! 1
KeywordsMoral Decision Moral Sense Natural Affection Harmonious Relation Aesthetic Perception
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- 29.Fowler, T., Shaftesbury and Hutcheson, London (1882), p. 88 (STF)Google Scholar