Introduction to the Principles of Morals and Legislation

Jeremy Bentham

Chapter VII, Footnote #07

A habit, it should seem, can hardly in strictness be termed an aggregate of acts: acts being a sort of real archetypal entities, and habits a kind of fictitious entities or imaginary beings, supposed to be constituted by, or to result as it were out of, the former.

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