Index for Chapter XX

Of Modes of Pleasure and Pain

1. Pleasure and pain, simple ideas.
2. Good and evil, what.
3. Our passions moved by good and evil.
4. Love.
5. Hatred.
6. Desire.
7. Joy is a delight of the mind, from the consideration of the present or assured approaching possession of a good;
8. Sorrow is uneasiness in the mind, upon the thought of a good lost, which might have been enjoyed longer;
9. Hope is that pleasure in the mind, which every one finds in himself, upon the thought of a probable future enjoyment of a thing which is apt to delight him.
10. Fear is an uneasiness of the mind, upon the thought of future evil likely to befal us.
11. Despair is the thought of the unattainableness of any good, which works differently in men's minds, sometimes producing uneasiness or pain, sometimes rest and indolency.
12. Anger is uneasiness or discomposure of the mind, upon the receipt of any injury, with a present purpose of revenge.
13. Envy is an uneasiness of the mind, caused by the consideration of a good we desire obtained by one we think should not have had it before us.
14. What passions all men have.
15. Pleasure and pain, what.
16. Removal or lessening of either.
17. Shame.
18. These instances to show how our ideas of the passions are got from sensation and reflection.

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