David Hume about feelings (“An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding”, 1748) - The feelings of our heart, the agitation of our passions, the vehemence of our affections, dissipate all its conclusions, and reduce the profound philosopher to a mere plebeian.
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The feelings of our heart, the agitation of our passions, the vehemence of our affections, dissipate all its conclusions, and reduce the profound philosopher to a mere plebeian.
 David Hume, An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding (1748). copy citation

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