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" Or the obligation of veracity may be made out from the direct ill consequences of lying to social happiness. Which consequences consist, either in some specific injury to particular individuals, or in the destruction of that confidence which is essential... "
Illustrations of Lying, in All Its Branches - Pagina 202
de Amelia Opie - 1827 - 283 pagini
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The Principles of Moral and Political Philosophy, Volumul 1

William Paley - 1788 - 584 pagini
...of that confidence, which is eflential to the intercourfe of human life : for which latter reafon, a lie may be pernicious in its general tendency, and...therefore criminal, though it produce no particular or vifible mifchief to any one. There are falfehoods which are not lies ; that is, which are not criminal...
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The Principles of Moral and Political Philosophy, Volumul 1

William Paley - 1793 - 430 pagini
...confidence, which iseflential to the intercourfe of human life : for which latter reafon, a lie m^y be pernicious in its general tendency, and therefore criminal, though it produce no particular or vifible miichief to any one. There are falfehoods which are not lies; that is, which are not criminal...
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The Principles of Moral and Political Philosophy, Volumul 1

William Paley - 1806 - 502 pagini
...consequences consist, either in some specific injury to particular individuals, or in the destruction of that confidence, which is essential to the intercourse...are not lies; that is, which are not criminal; as, 1. Where no one is deceived; which is the case in parables, fables, novels, jests, tales to create...
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The British encyclopedia, or, Dictionary of arts and sciences, Volumul 4

William Nicholson - 1809 - 734 pagini
...morals, denotes a criminal breach of veracity. Dr. Paley, in treating of this subject, observes, that there are falsehoods which are not lies ; that is, which are not criminal : and there are lies which are not literally and directly false. I. Cases of the first class are those...
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The British Encyclopedia: Or, Dictionary of Arts and Sciences ..., Volumul 4

William Nicholson - 1809 - 700 pagini
...morab, denote* a criminal breach of veracity. Dr. Paley, in treating of tliii rabject, observes, that there are falsehoods which are not lies ; that is, which are not criminal : and there are lies which are not lilt-rally and directly false. I. Case* of the first class are those:...
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Beauties Selected from the Writings of the Late William Paley, D.D ...

William Paley, William Hamilton Reid - 1810 - 350 pagini
...consequences consist either in some specific injury to particular individuals, or in the destruction of that confidence which is essential to the intercourse of...are not lies ; that is, which are not criminal ; as l. Where no one is deceived ; which is the case in parables, fables, novels, jests, tales to create...
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The Works of William Paley, D.D.: The principles of moral and political ...

William Paley - 1811 - 540 pagini
...consists, either in some speciiick injury to particular individuals, or in the destruction of that confidence, which is essential to the intercourse...are not lies ; that is, which are not criminal ; as, 1. Where no one is deceived ; which is the case in parables, fables, novels, jests, tales to create...
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Elegant extracts: a copious selection of passages from the most ..., Volumul 2

Elegant extracts - 1812 - 310 pagini
...individuals, or in the destruction of that conft.dence, which is essential to the intercourse-of hitman life ; for. which latter reason a lie may be pernicious...mischief to any one. . , - » . There are falsehoods whichare not lies ; that is, which are not criminal; as 1. Where no one is derceived ; which is the...
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A Grammar of Moral Philosophy, and Natural Theology: With a Summary of the ...

J. W. Baker - 1817 - 262 pagini
...destruction of that confidence which is essential to the intercourse of life. Illustration. On account of the latter reason, a lie may be pernicious in its general...therefore criminal, though it produce no particular mischief to any one. '' 174. Dr. Paley asserts, that there are falsehoods which are not lies, that...
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The Moral Instructor and Guide to Virtue and Happiness

Jesse Torrey - 1819 - 252 pagini
...consequences consist, either in some specific injury to particular individuals, or in the destruction of that confidence, which is essential to the intercourse...produce no particular or visible mischief to any one. REVENGE. ALL pain occasioned to another in consequence of an offence, or injury received from him,...
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