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" ... height as by words: a picture is confined to a single instant of time, and cannot take in a succession of incidents: its impression indeed is the deepest that can be made instantaneously; but seldom is a passion raised to any height in an instant,... "
The Edinburgh encyclopaedia, conducted by D. Brewster - Page 190
de Edinburgh encyclopaedia, David Brewster (sir) - 1830
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Elements of Criticism: Volume I [-II].

Lord Henry Home Kames - 1765
...reiterating impreffions without end. Upon the whole, it is by means of ideal prefence that our paffions are excited ; and till words produce that charm, they avail nothing : even real events intitled to our belief, muft be conceived prefent, and paffing in our fight, before they can move us....
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Elements of Criticism, Volume 1

Lord Henry Home Kames - 1807
...reiterating impreffions without end. Upon the whole, it is by means of ideal prefence that our paffions are excited ; and till words produce that charm, they...nothing : even real events entitled to our belief, muft be conceived prefent and paffing in our fight, before they can move us. And this theory ferves...
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Elements of Criticism, Volume 1

Lord Henry Home Kames - 1819
...passion raised to any height in an instant, or by a single impression : it was observed above, that our passions, those especially of the sympathetic...for that reason, reading and acting have greatly the advan^ tage, by reiterating impressions without end. Upon the whole, it is by means of ideal presence...
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Elements of Criticism: With Analyses, and Translation of Ancient and Foreign ...

Lord Henry Home Kames - 1847 - 504 pages
...passion raised to any height in an instant, or by a single impression. It was observed above, that our passions, those especially of the sympathetic...the whole, it is by means of ideal presence that our passioni are excited; and till words produce that charm, they avail nothing: even real events entitled...
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Herder's Relation to the Aesthetic Theory of His Time: A Contribution Based ...

Malcolm Howard Dewey - 1920 - 124 pages
...event. One is made to believe that he is an eye witness, that everything is passing in his presence. "Upon the whole it is by means of ideal presence that our passions are excited and till words can produce that charm, they avail nothing; even real events entitled to our belief must be conceived...
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Bodybuilding: Reforming Masculinities in British Art 1750-1810

Martin Myrone - 2005 - 384 pages
...appropriate subject for visual art, given its limitation to emotions that are expressed physically, still 'our passions, those especially of the sympathetic kind, require a succession of impressions'.4" Narrative provided a way to police the meanings of the image; specifically, the suffering...
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Formalism, Experience, and the Making of American Literature in the ...

Theo Davis - 2007 - 203 pages
...picture is confined to a single instant of time, and cannot take in a succession of incidents," when "our passions, those especially of the sympathetic...advantage, by reiterating impressions without end" (E, 67). He imagines painting lasting only one instant, because it only depicts a single moment, and...
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Immediacy: The Development of a Critical Concept from Addison to Coleridge

Wallace Jackson - 1973 - 129 pages
...instantaneously; but seldom is a passion raised to any height in an instant, or by a single impression." 70 Thus, "reading and acting have greatly the advantage, by reiterating impressions without end." 71 Yet Kames will inconsistently assert that "the grandest emotion that can be raised by a visible...
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