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INTRODUCTION. On Taste

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PART II.

1. Of the Passion caused by the Sublime

2. Terror

3. Obscurity

4. Of the Difference between Clearness and Obscurity with

regard to the Passions

5. The same subject continued

6. Power

7. Privation

8. Vastness

9. Infinity

10. Succession and Uniformity

11. Magnitude in Building

12. Infinity in pleasáng Objects

13. Difficulty

14. Magnificence

16. Light in Building

17. Colour considered as productive of the Sublime

18. Sound and Loudness

19. Suddenness.

20. Intermitting

2). The Cries of Animals

22. Smell and Taste, Bitters and Stenches

23. Feeling and Pain

PART III.

1. Of Beauty ..

2 Proportion not the cause of Beauty in Vegetables

3. Proportion not the Cause of Beauty in Animals

3. Proportion not the cause of Beauty in the Human Species

5. Proportion further considered

6. Fitness not the cause of Beauty

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7. The real Effects of Fitness

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8. The Recapitulation

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9. Perfection not the Cause of Beauty

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10. How far the Idea of Beauty may be applied to the Qua-

lities of the Mind .

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11. How far the idea of Beauty may be applied to Virtue' 107

12. The real Cause of Beauty

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13. Beautiful Objects small

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14, Smoothness

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15. Gradual Variation

16. Delicacy

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17. Beauty in Colour

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18. Recapitulation

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19. The Physiognomy

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20. The Eye

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21. Ugliness

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22. Grace.

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23. Elegance and Speciousness

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24. The Beautiful in Fecling

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25. The Beautiful in Sounds

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26. Taste and Smell .

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27. The Sublime and Beautiful compared

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PART IV.

1. Of the efficient Cause of the Sublime and Beautiful 122

2. Association

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3. Cause of Pain and Fear

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4. Continued

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5. How the Sublime is produced

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6. How Pain can be a Cause of Delight

7. Exercise necessary for the finer Organs

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8. Why Things not dangerous sometimes produce a Pas-

sion like Terror

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9. Why Visual Objects of great Dimensions are sublime

10. Unity, why requisite to Vastness

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11. The artificial Infinite

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12. The Vibrations must be similar

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13. The Effects of Succession in Visual Objects explained ib.

14. Locke's Opinion concerning Darkness considered 138

15. Darkness terrible in its own Nature

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16. Why Darkness is terrible

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17. The Effects of Blackness.

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18. The Effects of Blackness moderated

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19. The Physical Cause of Love

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20. Why Smoothness is beautiful

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21. Sweetness, its Nature

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22. Sweetness, relaxing

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23. Variation, why beautiful

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24. Concerning Smallness

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25. Of Colour

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PART. V.

1. Of Words

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2. The Common Effect of Poetry, not by raising Ideas of

Things

3. General Words before Ideas

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4. The effect of Words

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5. Examples that Words may affect without raising Images 163

6. Poetry not strictly an imitative Art.

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7. How Words influence the Passions

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