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- Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Chapter XIII
- supply of food. What a hungry man desires, in the first instance, is
- that the food-instinct craves. The pleasure which is connected with
- caused by hunger. But to the mere food-instinct there is added a
- consumption of food, the disturbance in the functioning of his
- the better food by taking inferior food which might satisfy his
- for my food-instinct by half. The same applies to the quantity of
- In people whose desire for food is dulled, eating easily produces
- reply that an unsatisfied desire for food produces, not only the pain
- who are harassed by anxieties about food, and to the vast amount of
- of food. And if it wants to extend its assertion also to non-human
- seasons, die from lack of food. Concerning all these evils the
- which the food-instinct brings into the world.
- derive pleasure from the satisfaction of the instinct for food. A
- creature seeks food until sheer lack of food destroys its life. Man,
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