hedonistic

[ heed-n-ist ]SEE DEFINITION OF hedonistic

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HEDONISTIC

Also the previous reflection on hedonistic method for Book ii.

Thus all the requirements of the hedonistic calculus are satisfied!

This revision of hedonistic dogma, of course, means a departure from the strict hedonistic ground.

The like applies to the introduction of qualitative distinctions into the hedonistic theory of conduct.

The natural-rights preconception begins to fall away as soon as the hedonistic mechanics have been seriously tampered with.

He qualified and improved it, very much as Mill qualified and improved the tenets of the hedonistic psychology.

In hedonistic theory, production of course means the production of utilities, and utility is of course utility to the consumer.

Yet the proposition in the text remains true,—as true as hedonistic propositions commonly are.

The central and well-defined tenet so held is that of the hedonistic calculus.

The canons of hedonistic calculus permit none but a quantitative difference in the response.

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sensuous

adjectivegratifying to senses
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