Only Pleasure

Author: Lora Leigh
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
ISBN: 1250128587
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Sinful pleasure and forbidden desire rule in the first part of #1 bestselling author Lora Leigh's novel Only Pleasure, previously published in trade paperback and now exclusively in ebook format.

Guilty Pleasure

Author: Lora Leigh
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
ISBN: 9781250073013
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Marty Mathews had always known about the secret, forbidden pleasures that the women she had grown up with enjoyed.

Pleasure In Ancient Greek Philosophy

Author: David Wolfsdorf
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 0521761301
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Ethics 6.12 where Aristotle attempts to support his view that restorations are only
coincidentally pleasant: An indication [that restorations are only coincidentally
pleasant] is that people do not take pleasure in the same things while their nature
is being restored and when it has been re-established. When it has been re-
established, they take pleasure in things that are pleasant without qualification;
but while it is being restored, they take pleasure even in things that are the
contrary of ...

Dangerous Pleasures

Author: Lora Leigh
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
ISBN: 0230769314
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Paige Galbraithe has always wondered if the dark, cool and mysterious Abram Mustafa is hiding a wicked side . . . a side that will allow her to explore the kind of pleasure she has only dreamed of.

Classic Asian Philosophy

Author: Joel Kupperman
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 9780195189810
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One is consequentialism, the claim that the best thing to do is always determined
by consequences, perhaps the likely consequences of the specific actions
among which we must choose, or sometimes (as in the case of whether we
should respect rights of free speech) the consequences of having one policy
rather than another policy. The other claim is hedonism: that pleasure and only
pleasure is good. In his fourth chapter, Mill promises to give a "sort of proof" of his
theory, although ...

Bought For His Convenience Or Pleasure

Author: Maggie Cox
Publisher: Harlequin
ISBN: 1426837798
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rant, imagining she saw only pleasure and happiness reflected on their faces—
states of mind that were a million miles away from what she was currently
experiencing. Inhaling deeply, she turned back to Nikolai. 'How did I deceive you
? I only left because I was hurt and in shock. Since when has that become a
crime? And you're wrong if you think I didn't care about what you and Arina were
going through. Especially Arina! There's not a day that's gone by when I haven't
wondered how ...

The Socratic Paradox And Its Enemies

Author: Roslyn Weiss
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 0226891720
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dress it, distorting it by assimilating it to a false impression concerning the size of
the pleasure. Pressing too hard the analogy between pleasure and perception,
Socrates contends that just as visible things appear larger than they are the
closer they are, so will pleasures appear larger than they are the nearer they are;
and just as someone who wants the truly larger visible thing would do well to
discount the nearness factor, so would someone who wants the truly larger
pleasure do ...

Foundations For A Scientific Analysis Of Value

Author: V. Kraft
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9400983972
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It was the defect of earlier theories of feeling, as represented by Stumpf, Ziehen,
Külpe, and Titchener,” to regard such feelings and pleasure-pain as being of a
single unitary kind. Emotions were viewed as nothing other than combinations of
pleasure or pain with elements of sensation or imagination, and the specifically
emotional were accordingly thought to reside only in pleasure or pain. In this
respect, then, the two categories were seen as completely identical. But even
Wundt, at a ...

Burke S Philosophical Inquiry Into The Origin Of Our Ideas Of The Sublime And Beautiful

Author: Edmund Burke
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It may be said, perhaps, that the pain in these cases had its rise from the removal
of the pleasure which the man enjoyed before, though that pleasure was of so
low a degree as to be perceived only by the removal. But this seems to me a
subtilty that is not discoverable in nature. For if, previous to the pain, I do not feel
any actual pleasure, I have no reason to judge that any such thing exists; since
pleasure is only pleasure as it is felt. The same may be said of pain, and with
equal reason ...