Index for Chapter XX - Of Modes of Pleasure and Pain
- 1. Pleasure and pain, simple ideas.
- 2. Good and evil, what.
- 3. Our passions moved by good and evil.
- 4. Love.
- 5. Hatred.
- 6. Desire.
- 7. Joy is a delight of the mind, from the consideration of the
present or assured approaching possession of a good;
- 8. Sorrow is uneasiness in the mind, upon the thought of a good
lost, which might have been enjoyed longer;
- 9. Hope is that pleasure in the mind, which every one finds in
himself, upon the thought of a probable future enjoyment of a thing
which is apt to delight him.
- 10. Fear is an uneasiness of the mind, upon the thought of future
evil likely to befal us.
- 11. Despair is the thought of the unattainableness of any good,
which works differently in men's minds, sometimes producing uneasiness
or pain, sometimes rest and indolency.
- 12. Anger is uneasiness or discomposure of the mind, upon the
receipt of any injury, with a present purpose of revenge.
- 13. Envy is an uneasiness of the mind, caused by the consideration
of a good we desire obtained by one we think should not have had it
- 14. What passions all men have.
- 15. Pleasure and pain, what.
- 16. Removal or lessening of either.
- 17. Shame.
- 18. These instances to show how our ideas of the passions are got
from sensation and reflection.
© Roger Bishop Jones
created 29/10/94; modified 4/12/95