The Indirect Passions of Pride and Humility, Love and Hatred; and in Connexion There-With Hume’s First Statement and Application of the Principles of Association

  • Norman Kemp Smith


PRIDE and humility being, Hume states, simple impressions, do not allow of definition. All that can be done is to describe the circumstances which attend them. The first, and most obvious, of these conditioning circumstances is the relation in which the passions stand to the self.


Human Nature Chapter VIII Original Quality Good Humour Separate Sensation 
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© Norman Kemp Smith 1941

Authors and Affiliations

  • Norman Kemp Smith
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  1. 1.University of EdinburghUK

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