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CIRCULAR A-110 REVISED 11/19/93 As Further Amended 9/30/99

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The few critics who have had some tincture of philosophy, have remarked this singular ph æ ae originally ' xE6 ' separated to make searching the text easier nomenon, and have endeavoured to account for it.

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Hear the verbal protestations of all men: Nothing so certain as their religious tenets. Examine their lives: You will scarcely think that they repose the smallest confidence in them.

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Malice and envy also arise in the mind without any preceding hatred or injury though their tendency is exactly the same with that of anger and ill-will. The comparison of ourselves with others seems to be the source of envy and malice. The more unhappy another is, the more happy do we ourselves appear in our own conception.

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8. None of these passions seem to contain any thing curious or remarkable, except Hope and Fear , which, being derived from the probability of any good or evil, are mixed passions, that merit our attention.

If we would, therefore, indulge our curiosity, in enquiring concerning the origin of religion, we must turn our thoughts towards polytheism, the primitive religion of uninstructed mankind.

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The influence of the relations of ideas (which we shall explain more fully afterwards) is plainly seen in this affair. In contrary passions, if the objects be totally different , the passions are like two opposite liquors in different bottles, which have no influence on each other. If the objects be intimately connected , the passions are like an alcali and an acid , which, being mingled, destroy each other. If the relation be more imperfect, and consist in the contradictory views of the same object, the passions are like oil and vinegar, which, however mingled, never perfectly unite and incorporate.

From the comparison of theism and idolatry, we may form some other observations, which will also confirm the vulgar observation, that the corruption of the best things gives rise to the worst.

Desire arises from good considered simply and Aversion , from evil. The Will exerts itself, when either the presence of the good or absence of the evil may be attained by any action of the mind or body.

An heroic and burlesque design, united in one picture, would be monstrous though we place two pictures of so opposite a character in the same chamber, and even close together, without any scruple.

Finally, the Act allowed the UK to ratify the 6976 amendments to the Berne Convention, fulfilling the demand for a more globally unified system of intellectual property. [6]

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