No. XIII. PAINS,
of DEATH, and BODILY Pains in general
Interest of EXISTENCEof Bodily, Corporal, Personal, SELF-
Corresponding MOTIVESwith Names,
I. Neutral: viz.
4. Desire of, regard to, or forpersonal safety, security
5. Fear, apprehensionof pain, suffering, &c.
II. Eulogistic: viz.
Properly belonging to this head, none.
Borrowed from the Habitudes of the INTELLECTUAL Faculty
7. Prudential Care
III. Dyslogistic: viz.
Table Entry XII
Pains of Labour.
[Forward to:] Table Entry XIV Pleasures and Pains of the Self-Regarding Class.
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