Introduction to the Principles of Morals and Legislation

Jeremy Bentham

Chapter V, Footnote #03
Pleasures of Skill

For instance, the pleasure of being able to gratify the sense of hearing, by singing, or performing upon any musical instrument. The pleasure thus obtained, is a thing superadded to, and prefectly distiguishable from, that which a man enjoys from hearing another person perform in the same manner.

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