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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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emotions

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1 1, 106 | themselves they rise to ~emotions of admiration."~Aquin.: 2 2, 22 | by some, affections or emotions; while others rendering 3 2, 23 | passions of the soul are those emotions "which are followed by joy 4 2, 24 | xiv, 9) that "all these ~emotions are right in those whose 5 2, 27 | contrary, All the other emotions of the soul are caused by 6 2, 29 | Dei xiv, 7,9) that all emotions ~are caused by love. Therefore 7 2, 29 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the emotions of the soul are shown by 8 2, 31 | For pleasure is to ~the emotions of the soul what repose 9 2, 31 | answer that, Pleasure, in the emotions of the soul, is likened 10 2, 31 | Wherefore it happens in the emotions of the soul that one ~pleasure 11 2, 31 | OBJ 2: Pleasure, in the emotions of the soul, is likened 12 2, 33 | it is not applied to the emotions of the soul, save metaphorically. ~ 13 2, 36 | sorrow, as of the other emotions of the soul. But the object ~ 14 2, 40 | the first of the ~soul's emotions. But hope is an emotion 15 2, 42 | more subject to ~sudden emotions. Therefore sudden things 16 2, 48 | reflect more distinctly the emotions of the heart, such as the ~ 17 2, 59 | appetite, whereas the other emotions of the soul, which ~are 18 2, 59 | as they maintained, any emotions ~in disaccord with reason. 19 2, 59 | disaccord with reason. These emotions could not be in a wise or ~ 20 2, 59 | be taken for inordinate emotions, they ~cannot be in a virtuous 21 2, 59 | passions as being inordinate emotions, as ~the Stoics did, it 22 2, 60 | chiefly about ~internal emotions which are called the passions 23 2, 61 | corresponding to the various emotions of love," and he ~applies 24 2, 61 | as denoting ~inordinate emotions.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[61] A[ 25 2, 62 | virtue requires ordinate emotions; and love is the root and 26 2, 62 | the principle of all our emotions, as stated ~above (A[2], 27 2, 70 | which is the first of our emotions and the root of them all, 28 2, 113 | etc. (Jn. 10:12): "Our emotions are the movements ~of our 29 2, 16 | Dei xiv, 9) that "good emotions ~and affections proceed 30 2, 18 | is the origin of all the emotions, and yet we ~are perfected 31 2, 18 | in respect of different emotions. Yet ~love is more of a 32 2, 121 | passions to certain ~immoderate emotions of the sensitive appetite, 33 2, 127 | different apprehensions and emotions of the soul. And so it happens ~ 34 2, 127 | according to the mode of his ~emotions, so too in those who are 35 2, 139 | of lust and other wanton emotions of ~the mind." Now all the 36 2, 139 | passions of the soul are called emotions of the ~mind. Therefore 37 2, 139 | moderation in the soul's emotions, which ~pertains to the 38 2, 156 | all the other passions as ~emotions opposed to the order of 39 2, 157 | nature, as do other bestial ~emotions. On the other hand, cruelty 40 2, 159 | moderate the impetuosity of the emotions, are ~reckoned parts of 41 2, 160 | love ~precedes all other emotions of the soul, and is their 42 2, 160 | denote any of the other emotions. It is in this ~sense that 43 3, 15 | wonder. Hence all these emotions are not ~signs of a disturbed 44 Suppl, 1 | displeasure for some evil, for the emotions of the ~will are named after 45 Suppl, 3 | and, through them, of the emotions of the higher ~appetite. 46 Suppl, 3 | greater. But in so far as the emotions of the ~lower appetite result 47 Suppl, 70| fear and hope, and similar emotions which ~according to our


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