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  • Title: PoSA: Chapter XIII: The Value of Life
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    • displeasure outweighs pleasure, pain outweighs joy. Existence is a burden,
    • income, love (sexual enjoyment), pity, friendship and family life, honor,
    • considered, every enjoyment brings much more evil and misery than pleasure
    • because in all circumstances an enjoyment produces desire for its
    • an experienced enjoyment produces in me the demand for the experience of a
    • displeasure follows enjoyment as a natural law, for example when woman's
    • sexual enjoyment is followed by the suffering of childbirth and the nursing
    • of children, is it possible to regard the enjoyment as the source of pain.
    • pleasure. Who does not know the enjoyment caused by the hope of a remote but
    • intensely desired aim? This joy is the companion of all labor, the fruits of
    • past enjoyment, at the time when the desire was still not satisfied, will
    • the pleasure of fulfillment not arisen, but also the enjoyment of desiring
    • with my feelings of pleasure, leaves me with a balance of joy or of pain. But
    • example, we should tell ourselves that sexual enjoyment is a source of evil,
    • anticipating a pleasure far greater than in fact occurs. We want to enjoy,
    • enjoyment. Another way is to subject feelings to criticism, and attempt to
    • life is no joy and non-existence is preferable to existence.
    • genuinely enjoy being appreciated by the multitude, quite irrespective of
    • The pleasure already enjoyed is not diminished in the least by such
    • does not agree with the profit which has demonstrably been enjoyed from the
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  • Title: PoSA: Second Appendix
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    • only the pleasures of the senses, misses the essential enjoyments of life.

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