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- Title: PoSA: Chapter XIII: The Value of Life
- has reached the point where hunger ceases, everything that the food-instinct
- the mere food-instinct a further need is added. Man does not merely desire
- consumption of food, or to get rid of the pain of hunger: he seeks to
- his enjoyment of the better food by refusing inferior food which might
- it as distributed over six days, and this reduces its value for my food
- a particular kind of pleasure is very small. In people whose desire for food
- Here pessimism could say: The unsatisfied craving for food brings not only
- through lack of food. And if he wants to extend the assertion to the rest of
- outweigh the amount of enjoyment which the food-instinct brings into the
- though they give the same amount of pleasure. One desirous of food cannot
- being seeks food until lack of food destroys its life. Man, too, lays hands
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