"But on the other hand under the empire of sensuality there's no admittance for the virtues; all the nobler joys from a conscious goodness, a sense of virtue, and deserving well of others, must be banished; and generally along with them even the rational manly pleasures of the ingenious arts."
— Hutcheson, Francis (1694-1746)
(I.ii; cf. pp. 46-47 in 1747 ed.)
See A Short Introduction to Moral Philosophy, in Three Books; Containing the Elements of Ethicks and the Law of Nature. By Francis Hutcheson, LLD. Late Professor of Philosophy in the University of Glasgow. Translated from the Latin. (Glasgow: Printed and sold by Robert Foulis. Printer to the University, 1747). <Link to ESTC>
Text from Francis Hutcheson, Philosophiae moralis institutio compendiaria: With a Short Introduction to Moral Philosophy, ed. Luigi Turco (Indianapolis: Liberty Fund, 2007). <Link to OLL>