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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 3 | anger, joy and the like are passions of the composite. ~But these 2 1, 19 | 3]). ~When certain human passions are predicated of the Godhead 3 1, 20 | found in ourselves both ~the passions of the soul, as joy, love, 4 1, 20 | For in God there are no ~passions. Now love is a passion. 5 1, 20 | bodily change, are called passions; ~whereas acts of the will 6 1, 20 | and joy and ~delight are passions; in so far as they denote 7 1, 20 | appetite, they are not passions. It is in this latter sense 8 1, 20 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: In the passions of the sensitive appetite 9 1, 20 | formal element of certain passions a certain imperfection is 10 1, 20 | supposes ~sorrow. Certain other passions, however, as love and joy, 11 1, 21 | are concerned with the ~passions, as temperance with concupiscence, 12 1, 21 | in God there are no passions; nor a sensitive appetite, 13 1, 41 | passion. But ~we do not place passions in God. Therefore neither 14 1, 41 | and ~wherein actions and passions, so far as these imply movement, 15 1, 41 | attributed to God. ~Whence, passions are attributed to Him only 16 1, 57 | and doctors can tell some ~passions of the soul by the mere 17 1, 59 | there are ~several other passions in it, as hope, daring, 18 1, 59 | joy, in so far as they are passions, are in the ~concupiscible 19 1, 59 | the ~angels, as by way of passions; as Augustine says (De Civ. 20 1, 59 | For in them there are no passions of ~concupiscence, nor of 21 1, 63 | angel; because there are no passions in the angels to fetter 22 1, 64 | like, so far as they are ~passions, cannot exist in the demons; 23 1, 75 | body; for anger, joy, and passions of a like nature are ~accompanied 24 1, 41 | passion. But ~we do not place passions in God. Therefore neither 25 1, 41 | and ~wherein actions and passions, so far as these imply movement, 26 1, 41 | attributed to God. ~Whence, passions are attributed to Him only 27 1, 58 | and doctors can tell some ~passions of the soul by the mere 28 1, 60 | there are ~several other passions in it, as hope, daring, 29 1, 60 | joy, in so far as they are passions, are in the ~concupiscible 30 1, 60 | the ~angels, as by way of passions; as Augustine says (De Civ. 31 1, 60 | For in them there are no passions of ~concupiscence, nor of 32 1, 64 | angel; because there are no passions in the angels to fetter 33 1, 65 | like, so far as they are ~passions, cannot exist in the demons; 34 1, 74 | body; for anger, joy, and passions of a like nature are ~accompanied 35 1, 77 | imagination and the memory are passions of the "first sensitive." 36 1, 77 | and the memory are ~called passions of the "first sensitive."~ 37 1, 78 | appetite, in which are the passions of the soul; which appetite ~ 38 1, 78 | habit; since habits ~and passions are not in the nature of 39 1, 80 | obstacles. ~Wherefore also the passions of the irascible appetite 40 1, 80 | appetite counteract the ~passions of the concupiscible appetite: 41 1, 80 | for this reason all the passions ~of the irascible appetite 42 1, 80 | irascible appetite rise from the passions of the concupiscible ~appetite 43 1, 81 | Sometimes they are taken as passions - arising, that is, with 44 1, 82 | qualities are habits and passions, by virtue of which a ~man 45 1, 82 | with regard to actions and passions" ~(Ethic. ii, 5); for by 46 1, 84 | words are ~signs of the passions in the soul." But words 47 1, 84 | understand. Therefore these ~passions of the soul - viz. the intelligible 48 1, 94 | state of innocence he had passions of the soul?~(3) Whether 49 1, 94 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether passions existed in the soul of the 50 1, 94 | first man's soul had no passions. For by ~the passions of 51 1, 94 | no passions. For by ~the passions of the soul "the flesh lusteth 52 1, 94 | innocence there were no passions of the soul.~Aquin.: SMT 53 1, 94 | impassible. Therefore no passions were in his soul.~Aquin.: 54 1, 94 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the passions of the soul are restrained 55 1, 94 | perfect. Therefore the ~passions were entirely excluded from 56 1, 94 | love of God," and other passions of the ~soul.~Aquin.: SMT 57 1, 94 | 1/1~I answer that, The passions of the soul are in the sensual 58 1, 94 | and evil. Wherefore some passions of the soul are ~directed 59 1, 94 | the like; neither had he passions in respect of good not possessed, 60 1, 94 | concupiscence. But those passions which ~regard present good, 61 1, 94 | sensual appetite, wherein the passions reside, is not ~entirely 62 1, 94 | reason; hence at times our passions forestall and ~hinder reason' 63 1, 94 | so that in that state the passions of the soul existed only 64 1, 94 | by the rebellion of the ~passions against reason; which could 65 1, 94 | innocence as ~regards the passions which alter the disposition 66 1, 94 | impassible as ~regards the passions which impede the free use 67 1, 94 | not wholly take away the ~passions, but regulates them; for 68 1, 94 | virtues ~are directed to curb passions: thus immoderate concupiscence 69 1, 94 | immoderation existed in the passions. Therefore ~neither did 70 1, 94 | virtues are concerned with the passions which have ~evil as their 71 1, 94 | fortitude with fear. But ~these passions did not exist in the state 72 1, 94 | happens ~to have superabundant passions, and yet those virtues are ' 73 1, 94 | competent to moderate the passions.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[95] A[ 74 1, 94 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Passions which have evil for their 75 1, 94 | as fear and sorrow. But passions which ~relate to evil in 76 1, 94 | virtues which relate to such ~passions could exist in the primitive 77 1, 94 | Virtues, however, relating to passions which regard evil in the 78 1, 94 | subject, if relating to such passions only, could not exist in 79 1, 94 | have relation not ~to such passions only, but to others; such 80 1, 96 | sensation are said ~to be passions. In this second sense, man 81 1, 110 | being able to rouse these passions, can move ~the will, not 82 1, 110 | persuasion, or by rousing the passions. Damascene calls this kindling ~" 83 1, 112 | account of the manifold passions of the soul. Likewise ~universal 84 1, 112 | this sense we attribute ~passions to God and the angels.~Aquin.: 85 1, 114 | appetite; for although ~the passions in the irascible and concupiscible 86 1, 114 | power of following ~the passions or repressing them. Therefore 87 1, 114 | majority of men follow their passions, which are ~movements of 88 1, 114 | wise enough to resist these passions. ~Consequently astrologers 89 1, 114 | prevents man resisting his passions by his free-will. Wherefore ~ 90 1, 114 | to wit, ~he conquers his passions.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[115] A[ 91 2, 1 | considered as ~actions, or as passions, receive their species from 92 2, 3 | viz. his operations and passions. Therefore man's happiness 93 2, 3 | directing human actions and passions, as stated ~in Ethic. x, 94 2, 3 | direction of his actions and passions ~would be his happiness. 95 2, 6 | animals, and are called Passions. The ~first of these points 96 2, 7 | virtue in human acts ~and passions. To the politician and to 97 2, 9 | happens to be moved by the passions of the sensitive appetite.~ 98 2, 9 | majority of men are led by the passions, ~which the wise alone resist. 99 2, 9 | say that by ~resisting his passions, he opposes his will, which 100 2, 10 | disorder; since such like ~passions do not take place without 101 2, 10 | necessity, the impulse of their passions: for in them there is neither ~ 102 2, 17 | such things as arouse the passions of ~the soul, of which passions 103 2, 17 | passions of ~the soul, of which passions these movements are a consequence. 104 2, 22 | Para. 1/2 - TREATISE ON THE PASSIONS (QQ[22]-48)~OF THE SUBJECT 105 2, 22 | THE SUBJECT OF THE SOUL'S PASSIONS (THREE ARTICLES)~We must 106 2, 22 | We must now consider the passions of the soul: first, in general; ~ 107 2, 22 | were in the flesh, ~the passions of sins which were by the 108 2, 22 | in the soul. Therefore passions also, ~which are described 109 2, 22 | three ways it happens that passions are in the soul. For in 110 2, 22 | more accurately, call them passions." From this it is evident 111 2, 22 | it is evident that ~the passions of the soul are the same 112 2, 22 | apprehensive part. ~Therefore the passions are in the appetitive rather 113 2, 22 | and love are said to be passions. But these are to ~be found 114 2, 22 | the angels. ~Therefore the passions are not more in the sensitive 115 2, 22 | while describing ~the animal passions: "Passion is a movement 116 2, 22 | ascribe to them also ~these passions by name, because, although 117 2, 23 | Out. Para. 1/1 - HOW THE PASSIONS DIFFER FROM ONE ANOTHER ( 118 2, 23 | must now consider how the passions differ from one another: 119 2, 23 | inquiry:~(1) Whether the passions of the concupiscible part 120 2, 23 | Whether the contrariety of passions in the irascible part is 121 2, 23 | same power, there are any passions, differing in ~species, 122 2, 23 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the passions of the concupiscible part 123 2, 23 | would seem that the same passions are in the irascible and ~ 124 2, 23 | Ethic. ii, 5) that the ~passions of the soul are those emotions " 125 2, 23 | part. Therefore all ~the passions are in the concupiscible 126 2, 23 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, passions and actions differ specifically 127 2, 23 | irascible and concupiscible ~passions are the same, viz. good 128 2, 23 | evil. Therefore the same passions ~are in the irascible and 129 2, 23 | 2]. Therefore, since the passions are movements of the ~sensitive 130 2, 23 | above (Q[22], A[3]), the passions of the ~irascible faculty 131 2, 23 | 1/2~I answer that, The passions of the irascible part differ 132 2, 23 | the FP, Q[77], A[3], the passions of ~different powers must 133 2, 23 | more, therefore, do the passions of different faculties differ 134 2, 23 | diversify the species of ~passions or actions. For just as 135 2, 23 | in genus, while acts and passions regarding ~different specific 136 2, 23 | therefore, to discern which passions are in the irascible, and ~ 137 2, 23 | faculty. Therefore whatever passions regard good ~or evil absolutely, 138 2, 23 | such like: whereas those passions which regard ~good or bad 139 2, 23 | is that all the irascible passions terminate in the concupiscible ~ 140 2, 23 | terminate in the concupiscible ~passions: and thus it is that even 141 2, 23 | thus it is that even the passions which are in the ~irascible 142 2, 23 | Consequently the concupiscible passions are specifically different 143 2, 23 | different from the irascible passions.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[23] A[ 144 2, 23 | contrariety of the irascible passions is based on the ~contrariety 145 2, 23 | contrariety of the irascible passions is ~based on no other contrariety 146 2, 23 | evil. For the ~irascible passions are ordained to the concupiscible 147 2, 23 | ordained to the concupiscible passions, as stated ~above (A[1], 148 2, 23 | contrariety of the concupiscible passions is ~no other than that of 149 2, 23 | applies to the irascible passions.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[23] A[ 150 2, 23 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, passions differ according to their 151 2, 23 | no other contrariety of passions, save ~that of the objects. 152 2, 23 | there be contrariety of passions ~other than that of good 153 2, 23 | shun. Therefore, in the passions of the soul, ~there can 154 2, 23 | contrariety of the irascible passions is that of good and evil.~ 155 2, 23 | Therefore contrariety of passions is based on contrariety 156 2, 23 | twofold contrariety in the passions of the soul: ~one, according 157 2, 23 | term. ~In the concupiscible passions the former contrariety alone 158 2, 23 | whereas in the irascible ~passions, we find both forms of contrariety. 159 2, 23 | Wherefore, in ~the concupiscible passions, there can be no contrariety 160 2, 23 | Consequently, in the irascible ~passions we find contrariety in respect 161 2, 23 | same power, there are any passions, specifically ~different, 162 2, 23 | specifically different passions that are not contrary to 163 2, 23 | to one another. For ~the passions of the soul differ according 164 2, 23 | the ~objects of the soul's passions are good and evil; and on 165 2, 23 | based the contrariety of the passions. Therefore no passions of 166 2, 23 | the passions. Therefore no passions of the ~same power, that 167 2, 23 | Metaph. x, 8. Therefore passions of the same power, that 168 2, 23 | every difference in ~the passions of the soul must needs arise 169 2, 23 | cause ~contrariety in the passions of the soul, as stated above ( 170 2, 23 | the species of ~the soul's passions would be infinite. Therefore 171 2, 23 | it is not possible for ~passions of the same power to differ 172 2, 23 | the same power there ~are passions that differ in species without 173 2, 23 | Para. 1/6~I answer that, Passions differ in accordance with 174 2, 23 | which, in the case of the passions of the soul, are their objects. 175 2, 23 | their active ~power. In the passions of the soul we can treat 176 2, 23 | other hand, in the irascible passions, the aptitude, or ~inclination 177 2, 23 | there are ~three couples of passions; viz. love and hatred, desire 178 2, 23 | there are altogether eleven passions differing ~specifically; 179 2, 23 | and under these all the passions of the soul are contained.~ 180 2, 24 | OF GOOD AND EVIL IN THE PASSIONS OF THE SOUL (FOUR ARTICLES)~ 181 2, 24 | consider good and evil in the passions of the soul: and ~under 182 2, 24 | evil can be found in the passions of the soul?~(2) Whether 183 2, 24 | evil can be found in the passions of the soul?~Aquin.: SMT 184 2, 24 | Super Luc. Prolog.). But ~passions are not proper to man, for 185 2, 24 | Div. Nom. iv). Now the ~passions of the soul are not in the 186 2, 24 | praised nor blamed for our passions." But we are praised and 187 2, 24 | and evil. Therefore the passions are not morally good or 188 2, 24 | while speaking of ~the passions of the soul: "They are evil 189 2, 24 | that, We may consider the passions of the soul in two ways: ~ 190 2, 24 | reason and will. If then the passions be considered in themselves, 191 2, 24 | more, ~therefore, may the passions, in so far as they are voluntary, 192 2, 24 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: These passions, considered in themselves, 193 2, 24 | praised nor blamed ~for our passions considered absolutely; but 194 2, 24 | would seem that all the passions of the soul are morally 195 2, 24 | that "some call the soul's ~passions diseases or disturbances 196 2, 24 | nature." Therefore these passions are morally evil.~Aquin.: 197 2, 24 | aspect of evil. But these ~passions lead to sin: wherefore they 198 2, 24 | wherefore they are called "the passions of sins" ~(Rm. 7:5). Therefore 199 2, 24 | the Stoics held that all passions are evil, ~while the Peripatetics 200 2, 24 | maintained that moderate passions are good. This ~difference, 201 2, 24 | did not discriminate the passions of the soul from the ~movements 202 2, 24 | the will, in so far as the passions of the soul are in the ~ 203 2, 24 | Quaest. iii, 4) calls all passions "diseases of the soul": 204 2, 24 | Peripatetics give the name of "passions" to all ~the movements of 205 2, 24 | theory of a mean in the ~passions, when he says that "every 206 2, 24 | mean in the diseases or passions of the soul, is not ~sound." 207 2, 24 | soul, is not ~sound." For passions are not called "diseases" 208 2, 24 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The passions of the soul, in so far as 209 2, 24 | this is true indeed, if by ~passions we understand none but the 210 2, 24 | if we give the name ~of passions to all the movements of 211 2, 24 | perfection of man's good that his passions be moderated by ~reason. 212 2, 24 | or human good, that the passions themselves also should be ~ 213 2, 24 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The passions of the soul may stand in 214 2, 24 | on the right ~ordering of passions or of bodily actions, as 215 2, 24 | depend on reason. ~But the passions are in the sensitive appetite; 216 2, 24 | OBJ 2: Further, acts and passions take their species from 217 2, 24 | would follow that those passions the object of which is good, 218 2, 24 | and joy: and that those passions, ~the object of which is 219 2, 24 | passion. Therefore some passions are good or evil ~according 220 2, 24 | seemingly, to apply to passions what has been ~said in regard 221 2, 24 | another's good: for thus passions belong to the same species 222 2, 24 | This argument considers the passions in their natural ~species, 223 2, 24 | longer accidentally in the passions of the appetite, but ~essentially.~ 224 2, 24 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Passions having a tendency to good, 225 2, 24 | On the other hand, those passions ~which consist in aversion 226 2, 24 | in regard to the soul's passions.~ 227 2, 25 | 1 - OF THE ORDER OF THE PASSIONS TO ONE ANOTHER (FOUR ARTICLES)~ 228 2, 25 | consider the order of the passions to one another: and under ~ 229 2, 25 | relation of the irascible passions to the concupiscible passions;~( 230 2, 25 | passions to the concupiscible passions;~(2) The relation of the 231 2, 25 | relation of the concupiscible passions to one another;~(3) The 232 2, 25 | relation of the irascible passions to one another;~(4) The 233 2, 25 | 4) The four principal passions.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[25] A[ 234 2, 25 | 1~Whether the irascible passions precede the concupiscible 235 2, 25 | precede the concupiscible passions, or ~vice versa?~Aquin.: 236 2, 25 | seem that the irascible passions precede the ~concupiscible 237 2, 25 | precede the ~concupiscible passions. For the order of the passions 238 2, 25 | passions. For the order of the passions is that of their ~objects. 239 2, 25 | Therefore the irascible passions seem ~to precede the concupiscible 240 2, 25 | precede the concupiscible passions. ~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[25] A[ 241 2, 25 | Therefore the irascible passions precede the concupiscible 242 2, 25 | precede the concupiscible passions.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[25] A[ 243 2, 25 | sadness are concupiscible passions. But joy and ~sadness succeed 244 2, 25 | succeed to the irascible passions: for the Philosopher says ~( 245 2, 25 | Therefore the ~concupiscible passions follow the irascible passions.~ 246 2, 25 | passions follow the irascible passions.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[25] A[ 247 2, 25 | contrary, The concupiscible passions regard the absolute good, ~ 248 2, 25 | good, ~while the irascible passions regard a restricted, viz. 249 2, 25 | seems that the concupiscible passions precede the irascible.~Aquin.: 250 2, 25 | that, In the concupiscible passions there is more diversity ~ 251 2, 25 | more diversity ~than in the passions of the irascible faculty. 252 2, 25 | sadness. But in the irascible passions there is ~nothing pertaining 253 2, 25 | therefore, we compare ~the passions of the irascible faculty 254 2, 25 | with those concupiscible passions ~that denote rest in good, 255 2, 25 | execution, ~the irascible passions take precedence of such 256 2, 25 | precedence of such like passions of the ~concupiscible faculty: 257 2, 25 | comes ~between two irascible passions: because it follows fear; 258 2, 25 | we compare the irascible passions to those concupiscible passions ~ 259 2, 25 | passions to those concupiscible passions ~that denote movement, then 260 2, 25 | precedence: ~because the passions of the irascible faculty 261 2, 25 | Para. 4/4~Accordingly the passions of the irascible faculty 262 2, 25 | between those ~concupiscible passions that denote movement towards 263 2, 25 | and ~those concupiscible passions that denote rest in good 264 2, 25 | evident that the irascible passions both arise from and ~terminate 265 2, 25 | from and ~terminate in the passions of the concupiscible faculty.~ 266 2, 25 | here we are speaking of passions as directly ~related to 267 2, 25 | follows that the irascible passions precede those ~concupiscible 268 2, 25 | precede those ~concupiscible passions that connote rest. The third 269 2, 25 | first of the concupiscible passions?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[25] A[ 270 2, 25 | first of the concupiscible ~passions. For the concupiscible faculty 271 2, 25 | first of the concupiscible passions.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[25] A[ 272 2, 25 | xiv, 7,9) that all the ~passions are caused by love: since " 273 2, 25 | first of the concupiscible passions.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[25] A[ 274 2, 25 | good. Wherefore all the passions, the object of which is 275 2, 25 | order of the concupiscible passions can be considered either 276 2, 25 | of ~all the concupiscible passions, concupiscence is felt most; 277 2, 25 | the first of the irascible passions?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[25] A[ 278 2, 25 | first of the irascible ~passions. Because the irascible faculty 279 2, 25 | which is the first of the ~passions. Therefore hope is the first 280 2, 25 | hope is the first of the passions in the irascible ~faculty.~ 281 2, 25 | above (A[1]) all irascible passions imply ~movement towards 282 2, 25 | that, of all ~the irascible passions, anger is the last in the 283 2, 25 | generation. And ~among the other passions of the irascible faculty, 284 2, 25 | first of all the irascible passions.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[25] A[ 285 2, 25 | know the order of all the passions in the way of ~generation, 286 2, 25 | which follow from all the passions, as stated in ~Ethic. ii, 287 2, 25 | anger arises from the other passions, as an effect ~from the 288 2, 25 | manifest ~than the other passions, that the power takes its 289 2, 25 | these are the four principal passions: joy, sadness, hope and ~ 290 2, 25 | not the four ~principal passions. For Augustine (De Civ. 291 2, 25 | is a twofold order in the passions of the soul: ~the order 292 2, 25 | generation. The ~principal passions should therefore be taken, 293 2, 25 | sadness, which are the final passions, will ~be the principal 294 2, 25 | will ~be the principal passions; or in the order of execution 295 2, 25 | called the four principal passions.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[25] A[ 296 2, 25 | be reckoned as ~principal passions, since they cause others: 297 2, 25 | enumerating the four ~principal passions, says: ~(tm) "Banish joys: 298 2, 25 | commonly called the principal passions. ~Two of them, viz. joy 299 2, 25 | because in ~them all the other passions have their completion and 300 2, 25 | arise from all the other passions, as is stated in Ethic. 301 2, 25 | and ~hope are principal passions, not because they complete 302 2, 25 | to distinguish these four passions in relation to the present 303 2, 25 | Para. 2/2~As to the other passions that regard good or evil, 304 2, 25 | these four are the principal passions, because they are general 305 2, 25 | because they are general passions; ~and this is true, provided 306 2, 25 | These are called principal passions, in the order of ~intention 307 2, 25 | and hope are not the last ~passions simply, yet they are the 308 2, 25 | they are the last of those passions that tend ~towards something 309 2, 25 | these cannot be principal passions; because ~that which is 310 2, 26 | Out. Para. 1/3 - OF THE PASSIONS OF THE SOUL IN PARTICULAR: 311 2, 26 | now to consider the soul's passions in particular, and (1) the ~ 312 2, 26 | particular, and (1) the ~passions of the concupiscible faculty; ( 313 2, 26 | concupiscible faculty; (2) the passions of the irascible ~faculty.~ 314 2, 26 | member of a division of passions. Therefore love ~is not 315 2, 28 | beloved be absent, ~two passions arise; viz. sadness at its 316 2, 28 | done from love, the other passions of the appetitive faculty 317 2, 28 | consequently all the other passions of the soul, result ~from 318 2, 28 | cause: and so the other passions, which are ~proximate causes, 319 2, 30 | concupiscible power. For passions are distinguished by their 320 2, 30 | love. But ~all specific passions are distinct from one another. 321 2, 30 | pleasure, ~both of which are passions of the concupiscible faculty. 322 2, 30 | the other concupiscible passions, as a specific ~passion.~ 323 2, 30 | the various concupiscible passions are distinguished according 324 2, 30 | a material difference of passions: while the difference in 325 2, 30 | causes a formal diversity of passions, in respect of ~which the 326 2, 30 | in respect of ~which the passions differ specifically.~Aquin.: 327 2, 30 | diversify ~the species of passions, and even of the powers 328 2, 31 | gladness among the other passions of the soul.~Aquin.: SMT 329 2, 31 | appetite, are properly ~called passions, as stated above (Q[22], 330 2, 31 | more appropriate to those ~passions which have a corruptive 331 2, 31 | fear in the soul; yet some passions have a ~tendency to something 332 2, 31 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the passions of the soul are of one same 333 2, 31 | one same genus. But some ~passions of the soul are in time. 334 2, 31 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Other passions have not for their object 335 2, 31 | same as joy. Because ~the passions of the soul differ according 336 2, 31 | they would all be various passions of the soul. But ~this seems 337 2, 31 | pleasures, through being passions of the sensitive appetite, 338 2, 31 | pleasures, ~inasmuch as they are passions of the sensitive appetite.~ 339 2, 31 | to another. ~Because the passions of the soul derive their 340 2, 31 | difference in acts and ~passions, as stated above (Q[23], 341 2, 33 | greater even than in the other passions, in proportion as the ~appetite 342 2, 34 | since, in human actions and passions, wherein experience is of 343 2, 34 | A[3]). ~But actions and passions, which are within us, are 344 2, 35 | reckons pain among the ~passions of the soul; quoting Virgil ( 345 2, 35 | ailments ~are properly called passions of the body. Hence Augustine ( 346 2, 35 | contrary species of the soul's passions. But ~whiteness and blackness 347 2, 35 | something extrinsic, e.g. passions and movements, which ~derive 348 2, 35 | sorrow and pleasure, being passions, are specified by their 349 2, 37 | body than all the other ~passions of the soul?~Aquin.: SMT 350 2, 37 | The effects of the soul's passions are sometimes named ~metaphorically, 351 2, 37 | the body than the other passions of the ~soul?~Aquin.: SMT 352 2, 37 | transmutation takes place in all the passions of the soul, as stated ~ 353 2, 37 | the body ~than the other passions of the soul.~Aquin.: SMT 354 2, 37 | the body than the other passions of the soul.~Aquin.: SMT 355 2, 37 | that, Of all the soul's passions, sorrow is most harmful 356 2, 37 | the case with the other passions of the soul. ~For man's 357 2, 37 | be noted that, in all the passions of the soul, the bodily ~ 358 2, 37 | form. Consequently those ~passions that imply a movement of 359 2, 37 | the like; wherefore these passions conduce to the well-being ~ 360 2, 37 | On ~the other hand, those passions which denote in the appetite 361 2, 37 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Other passions imply a bodily transmutation 362 2, 39 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: All the passions of the soul should be regulated 363 2, 40 | 1/1 - OF THE IRASCIBLE PASSIONS, AND FIRST, OF HOPE AND 364 2, 40 | now consider the irascible passions: (1) Hope and despair; ( 365 2, 40 | one of the four principal passions. But ~Augustine in setting 366 2, 40 | down the four principal passions puts cupidity in ~the place 367 2, 40 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, passions differ according to their 368 2, 40 | belong different species of ~passions. But hope is in the irascible 369 2, 40 | desire, as the irascible passions differ from the ~concupiscible. 370 2, 40 | just ~as all irascible passions presuppose the passions 371 2, 40 | passions presuppose the passions of the concupiscible ~faculty, 372 2, 40 | answer that, The internal passions of animals can be gathered 373 2, 40 | found in the concupiscible ~passions, for instance between love 374 2, 40 | found ~in the irascible passions, as stated above (Q[23], 375 2, 40 | found in the irascible ~passions, according as they ensue 376 2, 40 | according as they ensue from the passions of the concupiscible. ~But 377 2, 41 | reckons fear ~among the other passions of the soul.~Aquin.: SMT 378 2, 41 | answer that, Among the other passions of the soul, after sorrow, 379 2, 41 | and "to understand" are passions. Secondly, more properly 380 2, 41 | those movements are called passions, which imply some ~deterioration. 381 2, 41 | set aside, all the other passions are removed. Therefore fear 382 2, 41 | condivided with the other passions of the soul, ~as is clear 383 2, 41 | 1/1~I answer that, The passions of the soul derive their 384 2, 41 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: All the passions of the soul arise from one 385 2, 41 | is put aside, the other passions of the soul are ~dispersed; 386 2, 41 | But since the irascible passions arise from the passions 387 2, 41 | passions arise from the passions of ~the concupiscible faculty, 388 2, 41 | must observe that ~certain passions of the soul are sometimes 389 2, 41 | the other hand the ~other passions of the soul denote certain 390 2, 41 | knowledge is essential to these passions (thus we have ~said, Q[31], 391 2, 41 | nature. Wherefore such like ~passions are in no way ascribed to 392 2, 43 | The objects of the soul's passions stand in relation ~thereto 393 2, 43 | artificial: because the ~passions of the soul take their species 394 2, 44 | above (Q[28], A[5]), in the passions of the ~soul, the formal 395 2, 45 | and all the names of the passions can be ~taken in two ways. 396 2, 45 | thus they ~are names of passions. Secondly, as denoting besides 397 2, 45 | A[4]) that the irascible passions admit of a twofold contrariety: ~ 398 2, 45 | Q[41], ~A[1]), all these passions belong to the appetitive 399 2, 45 | four things belong to four passions, since pursuit of good ~ 400 2, 45 | and ~also daring, being passions, consist in a movement of 401 2, 46 | But there are several ~passions in this power, not only 402 2, 46 | anger ~includes several passions: since it accompanies sorrow, 403 2, 46 | condivided with the other passions, as stated above (Q[23], 404 2, 46 | not a cause of ~the other passions. But in this way, love may 405 2, 46 | primary root of all the other passions, as stated above (Q[27], 406 2, 46 | a concurrence of several passions. Because the ~movement of 407 2, 46 | anger is caused by contrary ~passions, i.e. by hope, which is 408 2, 46 | Anger includes several passions, not indeed as a genus ~ 409 2, 46 | somewhat made up of ~contrary passions.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[46] A[ 410 2, 46 | above (Q[23], A[1]), the passions of the ~irascible part differ 411 2, 46 | irascible part differ from the passions of the concupiscible faculty, 412 2, 46 | objects of the concupiscible passions are good and evil ~absolutely 413 2, 46 | objects of the irascible passions are ~good and evil in a 414 2, 46 | that the concupiscible passions are the ~causes of the irascible 415 2, 46 | causes of the irascible passions.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[46] A[ 416 2, 46 | concurrence of several passions, as stated above (A[1]): 417 2, 48 | beginning and cause of all the passions. ~Since then the cause is 418 2, 48 | transmutation ~that occurs in the passions of the soul is proportionate 419 2, 48 | instrument of the soul's ~passions. And hence it is that, on 420 2, 48 | Consequently, of all the passions, ~anger is the most manifest 421 2, 49 | treating of human acts and passions, we now pass on to the ~ 422 2, 49 | because ~movements and passions have not the aspect of an 423 2, 49 | ill in reference to the ~passions." For when the mode is suitable 424 2, 50 | wherefore they are called passions ~or passible qualities. 425 2, 52 | and are connected with ~passions and actions, are susceptible 426 2, 52 | alteration take place in the passions of the sensitive appetite, 427 2, 53 | choose the mean in deeds and passions. And when a ~man fails to 428 2, 53 | order to moderate his own ~passions or deeds, the necessary 429 2, 53 | necessary result is that many passions and deeds ~fail to observe 430 2, 53 | undergoes change as to the passions of the sensitive ~part, 431 2, 56 | the end in regard to the passions of the soul, is due ~to 432 2, 56 | which are concerned with the passions are in the irascible and ~ 433 2, 56 | concerned with the human passions, and the like, as is clear 434 2, 58 | so far as the habits or ~passions of the appetitive faculty 435 2, 58 | they do not reduce the passions to a mean, and are consistent 436 2, 58 | they are not about the ~passions, which are the chief concern 437 2, 58 | clear from the fact that passions abound in ~the continent 438 2, 58 | faculty, and withstand the passions lest reason be led astray. ~ 439 2, 58 | unless the impediment of ~the passions, destroying the judgment 440 2, 59 | VIRTUE IN RELATION TO THE PASSIONS (FIVE ARTICLES)~We must 441 2, 59 | virtues which are about the passions, differ ~accordingly to 442 2, 59 | accordingly to the difference of passions, we must consider (1) the ~ 443 2, 59 | virtue in ~relation to the passions. Under the first head there 444 2, 59 | virtue is a mean between two ~passions. Therefore moral virtue 445 2, 59 | the same genus. But some passions are reckoned to be vices, 446 2, 59 | and anger. Therefore some passions are virtues.~Aquin.: SMT 447 2, 59 | stated in Ethic. ii, 5 that "passions are neither ~virtues nor 448 2, 59 | habit. Secondly, because passions are not in themselves good 449 2, 59 | to reason: ~wherefore the passions, considered in themselves, 450 2, 59 | because, granted that ~some passions are, in some way, referable 451 2, 59 | Virtue is a mean between passions, not by reason of its ~essence, 452 2, 59 | establishes ~the mean between passions.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[59] A[ 453 2, 59 | same applies to similar passions.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[59] A[ 454 2, 59 | Tusc. iv). But the soul's ~passions are "the soul's diseases," 455 2, 59 | particular matters. But the passions are an obstacle to this: 456 2, 59 | they," i.e. the soul's ~passions, "interfere, it is not easy 457 2, 59 | these movements," viz. the passions, "are perverse also: but 458 2, 59 | virtue does not exclude the passions, but is consistent with 459 2, 59 | Stoics held that the ~soul's passions cannot be in a wise or virtuous 460 2, 59 | 4), maintained that the passions are compatible with moral ~ 461 2, 59 | Peripatetics did, distinguish the passions from the other ~affections 462 2, 59 | the soul, which ~are not passions, are movements of the intellective 463 2, 59 | only in the point of the passions being, as they maintained, 464 2, 59 | sorrow," in so far as "these passions forestall the use ~of reason 465 2, 59 | 3/3~Accordingly, if the passions be taken for inordinate 466 2, 59 | Stoics maintained. But if the passions be taken for any movements 467 2, 59 | virtue is freedom from those passions "that are not as ~they should 468 2, 59 | opinion of the Stoics that the passions of the soul ~were incompatible 469 2, 59 | Tusc. Quaest. iv take the passions in the execution of reason' 470 2, 59 | eupatheiai}, i.e. ~"three good passions," in place of the three 471 2, 59 | the same way as the other passions are when ~moderated by reason.~ 472 2, 59 | moral virtues are about the passions?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[59] A[ 473 2, 59 | moral virtues are about the passions. ~For the Philosopher says ( 474 2, 59 | pleasure and sorrow are passions, as ~stated above (Q[23], 475 2, 59 | moral virtues are about the passions.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[59] A[ 476 2, 59 | Ethic. i, 13). But ~the passions are in this part of the 477 2, 59 | moral virtue is about the passions.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[59] A[ 478 2, 59 | either all are about the passions, or none are. But some are 479 2, 59 | But some are about the ~passions, as fortitude and temperance, 480 2, 59 | moral virtues are about the passions.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[59] A[ 481 2, 59 | virtue, is not about the ~passions; as stated in Ethic. v, 482 2, 59 | reason directs, not only the passions of the ~sensitive appetite, 483 2, 59 | moral virtues are about ~passions, but some are about passions, 484 2, 59 | passions, but some are about passions, some about operations.~ 485 2, 59 | virtues are about actions and passions; now every action and ~passion 486 2, 59 | which is the subject of the ~passions, is rational by participation, 487 2, 59 | will, where there ~are no passions, as stated above.~Aquin.: 488 2, 59 | OBJ 3: Some virtues have passions as their proper matter, 489 2, 59 | more does it overcome the passions. ~Therefore at its highest 490 2, 59 | to its contrary. Now the passions ~incline us to sin which 491 2, 59 | 7:5) they are ~called "passions of sins." Therefore perfect 492 2, 59 | answer that, If we take the passions as being inordinate emotions, 493 2, 59 | perfect virtue is ~without the passions. But if by passions we understand 494 2, 59 | the passions. But if by passions we understand any movement 495 2, 59 | virtues, which are about ~the passions as about their proper matter, 496 2, 59 | matter, cannot be without passions. ~The reason for this is 497 2, 59 | which are not about the passions, but ~about operations, 498 2, 59 | operations, can be without passions. Such a virtue is justice: ~ 499 2, 60 | from those which are about passions?~(3) Whether there is but 500 2, 60 | virtues about different passions?~(5) Whether the moral virtues


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