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- Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Chapter IX
- unfree because he indulges his unmeasured sexual desire, or because
- Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Chapter XII
- to make the old a measure for the new? Is not every man compelled to
- measure the products of his moral imagination by the standard of
- would be an absurdity if one were to measure a new species in
- Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Chapter XIII
- its own subjective measure, yet it follows by no means that every
- pleasure, in order to see whether the former can be measured by the
- sensibility of their taste-nerves beyond the common measure.
- pleasure as measured by the degree of my need. Suppose I have hunger
- needs of life. Our desires supply the measure; pleasure is what is
- measured. The pleasure of stilling hunger has value only because
- only so long as we have desires by which to measure it. An excess of
- nausea. This again shows that desire is the measure of value for
- therefore, does not measure the pain directly against the pleasure
- first, is foreign to man's point of view. The original measure of his
- direction by the measure of satisfaction attainable after overcoming
- passions, cannot expect to be measured by the same
- measure that is external to his own nature. The view which I have
- the measure of his own will. A value of life which the individual
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