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1 1, 19 | Will in us belongs to the appetitive part, which, although ~named 2 1, 20 | the will of ~God. In the appetitive part of the soul there are 3 1, 20 | of the will and of every appetitive faculty. ~For since the 4 1, 20 | of the will and of every appetitive faculty tend ~towards good 5 1, 20 | through the ~medium of the appetitive: and just as in ourselves 6 1, 22 | virtues, by means of which the appetitive faculty is directed towards ~ 7 1, 59 | object presented to the ~appetitive faculty on the part of reason 8 1, 59 | Although the name of the appetitive part is derived from ~seeking 9 1, 59 | not yet possessed, yet the appetitive part reaches out not ~to 10 1, 59 | neither on the part of their appetitive faculty can there be free-will.~ 11 1, 59 | naturally. ~But the act of the appetitive faculty comes of this, that 12 1, 60 | because every act of the appetitive faculty comes of ~love.~ 13 1, 60 | other things. The act of the appetitive faculty, on the ~contrary, 14 1, 64 | borne in mind ~that the appetitive power is in all things proportioned 15 1, 75 | is of two kinds. One, the appetitive power, ~commands motion. 16 1, 77 | power, and desired by the ~appetitive.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[77] A[ 17 1, 60 | object presented to the ~appetitive faculty on the part of reason 18 1, 60 | Although the name of the appetitive part is derived from ~seeking 19 1, 60 | not yet possessed, yet the appetitive part reaches out not ~to 20 1, 60 | neither on the part of their appetitive faculty can there be free-will.~ 21 1, 60 | naturally. ~But the act of the appetitive faculty comes of this, that 22 1, 61 | because every act of the appetitive faculty comes of ~love.~ 23 1, 61 | other things. The act of the appetitive faculty, on the ~contrary, 24 1, 65 | borne in mind ~that the appetitive power is in all things proportioned 25 1, 74 | is of two kinds. One, the appetitive power, ~commands motion. 26 1, 76 | power, and desired by the ~appetitive.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[77] A[ 27 1, 77 | concerning the intellectual and ~appetitive powers, in which the virtues 28 1, 77 | intellectual powers; thirdly, ~the appetitive powers.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 29 1, 77 | vegetative, sensitive, appetitive, ~locomotive, and intellectual. 30 1, 77 | powers of the soul, as the appetitive is excluded.~Aquin.: SMT 31 1, 77 | appropriate object. Therefore the appetitive power should not ~be made 32 1, 77 | vegetative, the sensitive, the appetitive, the locomotion, and the ~ 33 1, 77 | in the soul: one - the ~"appetitive" - in respect of which the 34 1, 77 | power - namely, men. But the appetitive power does not ~constitute 35 1, 77 | seeing; but the animal by the appetitive power desires the ~thing 36 1, 77 | need for a special genus of appetitive ~powers, since the natural 37 1, 78 | essence of the soul. Now the appetitive ~and the intellectual are 38 1, 78 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The appetitive and intellectual powers 39 1, 78 | their ~objects. But the appetitive power agrees partly with 40 1, 79 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE APPETITIVE POWERS IN GENERAL (TWO ARTICLES)~ 41 1, 79 | ARTICLES)~Next we consider the appetitive powers, concerning which 42 1, 79 | consideration: first, the appetitive powers in general; second, ~ 43 1, 79 | what we know. Therefore the appetitive power is not ~distinct from 44 1, 79 | from the others, called the appetitive power.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 45 1, 79 | distinguishes (De Anima ii, 3) the ~appetitive from the other powers. Damascene 46 1, 79 | 22) ~distinguishes the appetitive from the cognitive powers.~ 47 1, 79 | is necessary to assign an appetitive power to the ~soul. To make 48 1, 79 | inclination belongs to the ~appetitive power of the soul, through 49 1, 79 | is necessary to assign an appetitive power to the ~soul. ~Aquin.: 50 1, 79 | this distinction in the appetitive part: for since ~the appetite 51 1, 79 | apprehensive power, the appetitive is ~subordinate as a lower 52 1, 79 | there distinction in the appetitive part.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[80] 53 1, 79 | sensitive appetite. For the appetitive power is a ~passive power, 54 1, 79 | the appetible. And so the appetitive powers are ~distinct according 55 1, 80 | Whether sensuality is only an appetitive power?~(2) Whether it is 56 1, 80 | Whether sensuality is only appetitive?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[81] A[ 57 1, 80 | that sensuality is not only appetitive, but also ~cognitive. For 58 1, 80 | while the operation of the ~appetitive power is completed in the 59 1, 80 | whereas the operation of the appetitive power ~is rather likened 60 1, 80 | understand the operation of the appetitive power: so that sensuality 61 1, 80 | the sensitive part two ~appetitive powers - one through which 62 1, 80 | appetite there is a certain appetitive power which regards something 63 1, 80 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, as the appetitive power is inferior to the 64 1, 80 | the interior powers, both appetitive and apprehensive, do ~not 65 1, 80 | modify the affections of the ~appetitive power, but can also form 66 1, 81 | object - that is to say, as appetitive of universal good - and 67 1, 81 | is no differentiation of appetitive ~powers, so that there be 68 1, 82 | If it is a power, is it appetitive or cognitive?~(4) If it 69 1, 82 | cognitive?~(4) If it is appetitive, is it the same power as 70 1, 82 | Whether free-will is an appetitive power?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 71 1, 82 | that free-will is not an appetitive, but a ~cognitive power. 72 1, 82 | desire is an act of the ~appetitive power: therefore choice 73 1, 82 | Therefore free-will is an appetitive power.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 74 1, 82 | other on the part of ~the appetitive power. On the part of the 75 1, 82 | and on ~the part of the appetitive power, it is required that 76 1, 82 | belongs principally to the appetitive or the ~cognitive power: 77 1, 82 | that choice is either "an appetitive ~intellect or an intellectual 78 1, 82 | principally an act of the appetitive power. And thus free-will 79 1, 82 | And thus free-will is an ~appetitive power.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 80 1, 82 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The appetitive powers accompany the apprehensive, 81 1, 82 | 1/1~I answer that, The appetitive powers must be proportionate 82 1, 82 | principles: just as, in appetitive matters, the end is related 83 1, 83 | the ~intellectual and the appetitive powers: for the other powers 84 1, 83 | Furthermore, the acts of the appetitive part of the soul come under 85 1, 110 | power, and ~also of the appetitive and sensitive power, and 86 2, 6 | i.e. ~the cognitive and appetitive power, is the first principle 87 2, 6 | principle in the genus ~of appetitive movement, although it is 88 2, 11 | to enjoy is an act of the appetitive power?~(2) Whether it belongs 89 2, 11 | to enjoy is an act of the appetitive power?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 90 2, 11 | belongs not only to the appetitive ~power. For to enjoy seems 91 2, 11 | enjoy is not an act of the appetitive power, but of the ~intellect.~ 92 2, 11 | apprehensive, and not to the appetitive power.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 93 2, 11 | But love belongs to the appetitive power. Therefore also to 94 2, 11 | enjoy is an ~act of the appetitive power.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 95 2, 11 | good is the object ~of the appetitive power. Wherefore it is evident 96 2, 11 | fruition is the act ~of the appetitive power.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 97 2, 11 | contained in ~the object of the appetitive power, as the proper is 98 2, 11 | is a good, belongs to the appetitive power. ~Wherefore the appetitive 99 2, 11 | appetitive power. ~Wherefore the appetitive power moves the other powers 100 2, 11 | and this belongs to the appetitive ~power, in which power delight 101 2, 11 | been said to belong to the appetitive power. ~Now things void 102 2, 11 | irrational animals: whose ~appetitive powers do not command with 103 2, 12 | intention is not an act of the appetitive but of the apprehensive 104 2, 13 | evidently an act of the appetitive ~power.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 105 2, 15 | consent is an act of the appetitive or of the apprehensive ~ 106 2, 15 | consent is an act of the appetitive or of the apprehensive power?~ 107 2, 15 | affection belongs to the appetitive power. ~Therefore consent 108 2, 15 | And since the ~act of an appetitive power is a kind of inclination 109 2, 15 | the application of the appetitive power to the thing, in so 110 2, 15 | consent ~is an act of the appetitive power.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 111 2, 15 | acquaintance, it belongs to the appetitive power, as stated above.~ 112 2, 15 | implies an application of the ~appetitive movement to something as 113 2, 15 | done. Now to apply the ~appetitive movement to the doing of 114 2, 15 | have not the command of the appetitive movement; for ~this is in 115 2, 15 | which has the command of the appetitive movement, and is able to ~ 116 2, 15 | is the application of the appetitive movement to ~something that 117 2, 15 | wherefore the application of the appetitive movement to the ~apprehended 118 2, 15 | to them, in so far as the appetitive movement ~is applied to 119 2, 15 | resulting from counsel. But the appetitive ~movement to the end is 120 2, 15 | therefore the application of the appetitive movement to counsel's ~decision 121 2, 16 | consent is to apply the appetitive movement ~to the desire 122 2, 17 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The appetitive power is said to command 123 2, 17 | irrational ~animals the appetitive power is not, properly speaking, 124 2, 17 | depends not ~only on the appetitive power, but also on the disposition 125 2, 18 | an active power. For the appetitive power is, in a way, passive; 126 2, 20 | interior apprehensive or appetitive ~power of the soul; whereas 127 2, 22 | Whether passion is in the appetitive rather than in the apprehensive ~ 128 2, 22 | Whether passion is in the appetitive rather than in the apprehensive 129 2, 22 | soul rather than in the appetitive. Because that which is first 130 2, 22 | apprehensive, before being in the appetitive part: for the ~appetitive 131 2, 22 | appetitive part: for the ~appetitive part is not affected unless 132 2, 22 | apprehensive part more ~than in the appetitive.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[22] A[ 133 2, 22 | contrary to passion. Now the appetitive part is more active than 134 2, 22 | not more in the sensitive appetitive ~than in the sensitive apprehensive 135 2, 22 | manifestly belong to the appetitive, and not to the apprehensive 136 2, 22 | the passions are in the appetitive rather than in the ~apprehensive 137 2, 22 | drawn to a thing by the appetitive power rather than by the ~ 138 2, 22 | the soul has, through its appetitive power, ~an order to things 139 2, 22 | i.e. the objects of the appetitive ~power, "are in things themselves." 140 2, 22 | is consistent with the appetitive, rather than with the apprehensive ~ 141 2, 22 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The appetitive power is said to be more 142 2, 22 | of the movements of the appetitive part, is the natural change 143 2, 23 | or evil. ~Therefore in no appetitive power can there be contrariety 144 2, 23 | the common objects of the appetitive part. But ~a passion having 145 2, 23 | in the movements of the appetitive faculty, good has, as it 146 2, 23 | therefore, good causes, in the appetitive power, a certain ~inclination, 147 2, 24 | Reply OBJ 2: Even the lower appetitive powers are called rational, 148 2, 24 | rational movement of the appetitive part ~they call will, while 149 2, 25 | For the movement of the appetitive part is in ~proportion, 150 2, 26 | of this movement is the appetitive subject's connaturalness ~ 151 2, 26 | appetible object. For "the ~appetitive movement is circular," as 152 2, 27 | Love belongs to the ~appetitive power which is a passive 153 2, 27 | other hand, love is in the ~appetitive power, which regards a thing 154 2, 28 | apprehensive and to the appetitive power. Because, ~as to the 155 2, 28 | 2] Body Para. 2/3~As the appetitive power, the object loved 156 2, 28 | apprehensive power and as to the appetitive power. ~As to the apprehensive 157 2, 28 | passion or madness. As to the appetitive ~power, a man is said to 158 2, 28 | certain adapting of the appetitive power to some good. Now ~ 159 2, 28 | according to the relation of the appetitive ~power to its object. But 160 2, 28 | the other passions of the appetitive faculty are ~superfluous.~ 161 2, 29 | from the other. Now the appetitive movement belongs rather ~ 162 2, 29 | hatred: because each is an appetitive movement.~Aquin.: SMT FS 163 2, 30 | of ~the soul, passive and appetitive." Therefore concupiscence 164 2, 30 | apprehension, belongs to the appetitive power alone. And to crave 165 2, 31 | yet the movement of the appetitive faculty does not cease, ~ 166 2, 33 | pleasure ~is on the part of the appetitive power, which acquiesces 167 2, 33 | But pleasure is in the appetitive ~faculty, while the use 168 2, 34 | pleasure is a repose of the appetitive power in some loved ~good, 169 2, 35 | the soul belongs to the appetitive ~faculty. But pain does 170 2, 35 | pain does not belong to the appetitive, but rather to the ~apprehensive 171 2, 35 | Body Para. 2/3~Now every appetitive movement or inclination 172 2, 35 | Therefore the inclination of the appetitive power is, of itself, more ~ 173 2, 35 | Now ~the movement of the appetitive faculty is from within: 174 2, 35 | each is a movement of the appetitive ~power, as stated above ( 175 2, 36 | stated above (A[1]), the appetitive movement is likened to the 176 2, 36 | 2/2~Now the cause of the appetitive movement, on the part of 177 2, 36 | first principle ~of this appetitive movement is love, which 178 2, 36 | And hence it is that the appetitive movements that regard good, 179 2, 36 | reckoned as causing the appetitive movements that regard evil.~ 180 2, 36 | agents can be the causes of appetitive movements, ~in so far as 181 2, 37 | and ~in proportion to the appetitive movement, which is the formal 182 2, 38 | weariness or ailing of the appetitive faculty. ~Therefore just 183 2, 40 | apprehensive, or in the appetitive faculty?~(3) Whether hope 184 2, 40 | accidental to the object of the appetitive power: because the ~appetite 185 2, 40 | the apprehensive or in the appetitive power?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 186 2, 40 | the cognitive, but of the appetitive power. ~Therefore hope belongs, 187 2, 40 | the cognitive, but to the appetitive power.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 188 2, 40 | evidently belongs to the appetitive power; ~since movement towards 189 2, 40 | hope is a movement of the appetitive power ~ensuing from the 190 2, 41 | passion is a movement of the appetitive power; and more properly 191 2, 41 | it is a movement of an appetitive power that has a bodily 192 2, 41 | regards evil, ~belongs to the appetitive power, which of itself regards 193 2, 41 | interior movements of the appetitive faculty are principles of ~ 194 2, 41 | movements of the cognitive and appetitive faculties are reducible 195 2, 42 | Fear is a movement of the appetitive power. Now it ~belongs to 196 2, 42 | Now it ~belongs to the appetitive power to pursue and to avoid, 197 2, 42 | whatever movement of the appetitive power implies pursuit, ~ 198 2, 44 | element is the movement of the appetitive power, while ~the bodily 199 2, 44 | and the very nature of the appetitive movement. Now, as ~to the 200 2, 44 | movement. Now, as ~to the appetitive movement of the soul, fear 201 2, 45 | these passions belong to the appetitive power. Now every ~movement 202 2, 45 | Now every ~movement of the appetitive power is reducible to one 203 2, 45 | way, in the part of the appetitive movement; in another way, 204 2, 45 | 2/2~On the part of the appetitive movement which follows apprehension, 205 2, 46 | that, The movement of the appetitive power follows an act of ~ 206 2, 46 | each of these ways ~the appetitive power can tend to both good 207 2, 46 | OBJ 1: The movement of the appetitive power may follow an act 208 2, 48 | object. Since then the ~appetitive movement of anger is caused 209 2, 48 | reason, as regards the ~appetitive movement, which is the formal 210 2, 50 | it virtue ~related to the appetitive power. But in the sensitive 211 2, 50 | in the will, and in every appetitive power ~there must be something 212 2, 50 | object; for ~the act of the appetitive power is nothing but a certain 213 2, 50 | of human life, that the appetitive power be ~inclined to something 214 2, 50 | the will and in the other appetitive powers, there ~be certain 215 2, 50 | But the will, and every appetitive power, is both mover and 216 2, 51 | in another way, in the ~appetitive powers. For in the apprehensive 217 2, 51 | 1] Body Para. 6/7~In the appetitive powers, however, no habit 218 2, 51 | nature, there ~are some appetitive habits by way of natural 219 2, 51 | acts. For the acts of the appetitive power proceed from ~that 220 2, 51 | virtue are caused in the ~appetitive powers, according as they 221 2, 51 | moral virtue produced in the appetitive power ~by repeated acts, 222 2, 51 | cannot entirely overcome the appetitive ~power in one act: because 223 2, 51 | in one act: because the appetitive power is inclined variously, 224 2, 51 | circumstances. Wherefore the ~appetitive power is not thereby entirely 225 2, 53 | moral virtues, are in the appetitive part of the soul; and the 226 2, 53 | vices. Now the habits of the appetitive part are ~caused therein 227 2, 56 | not the intellect, but the appetitive power alone. ~Therefore 228 2, 56 | the ~intellect, but of the appetitive power. Therefore the subject 229 2, 56 | not the intellect, but the appetitive power.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 230 2, 56 | therefore the act of ~the appetitive power is consummated in 231 2, 56 | by participation but "the appetitive power altogether," i.e. 232 2, 56 | will is included in the appetitive ~power. And therefore whatever 233 2, 57 | habits alone which affect the appetitive part of the soul: since ~ 234 2, 57 | since ~it is the soul's appetitive power that puts all the 235 2, 57 | intellect do not perfect the ~appetitive part, nor affect it in any 236 2, 57 | wherein it belongs to the appetitive faculty. ~(tm)Aquin.: SMT 237 2, 57 | things depends, not on man's ~appetitive faculty being affected in 238 2, 57 | it matters not how his ~appetitive faculty may be affected, 239 2, 57 | perfects the soul in the appetitive part, the object of which 240 2, 58 | belongs properly to the ~appetitive power, whose function it 241 2, 58 | only those that are in the appetitive faculty.~Aquin.: SMT FS 242 2, 58 | save that which is in the appetitive part of the ~soul: for it 243 2, 58 | choice is an act of the ~appetitive faculty (Q[13], A[1]). Wherefore 244 2, 58 | alone which ~perfects the appetitive faculty: although the acts 245 2, 58 | the proper function of the appetitive ~power. Consequently to 246 2, 58 | virtues which are in the appetitive faculty.~Aquin.: SMT FS 247 2, 58 | supposition. Because the appetitive faculty ~obeys the reason, 248 2, 58 | that "reason commands the ~appetitive faculty by a politic power," 249 2, 58 | habits or ~passions of the appetitive faculty cause the use of 250 2, 58 | virtue, which inclines the appetitive ~faculty to the good that 251 2, 58 | is a perfection of the ~appetitive faculty; and can be without 252 2, 59 | Moral virtue perfects the appetitive part of the soul by ~directing 253 2, 60 | the moral virtues is the appetitive ~part of the soul, which 254 2, 60 | virtues are ~habits of the appetitive faculty. Now habits differ 255 2, 60 | commander and mover, while the appetitive power is commanded and moved. ~ 256 2, 60 | hand, the object of the appetitive power is ~the appetible 257 2, 62 | intellective, ~or as to the appetitive part. Now the virtues which 258 2, 62 | virtues which perfect ~the appetitive part, are called moral. 259 2, 64 | properly a ~perfection of the appetitive part of the soul in regard 260 2, 64 | the measure or rule of the appetitive movement in ~respect of 261 2, 64 | reason, but the act of the ~appetitive power, the mean of moral 262 2, 65 | moral virtues perfect the appetitive part of the ~soul, so do 263 2, 66 | virtues ~which perfect the appetitive power, in so far as it partakes 264 2, 66 | the matter in which the ~appetitive movement is subjected to 265 2, 66 | fortitude ~which subjects the appetitive movement to reason in matters 266 2, 66 | and charity ~are in the appetitive power, it seems that faith 267 2, 66 | prudence ~moderates the appetitive movements pertaining to 268 2, 66 | faith does not moderate the appetitive movement tending to God, ~ 269 2, 66 | shows the ~object. And this appetitive movement towards its object 270 2, 67 | certain inclination of the appetitive part to the ~passions and 271 2, 67 | state of ~life: and his appetitive power will be moved entirely 272 2, 68 | the others being in the appetitive ~power or the affections. 273 2, 68 | moral virtues perfect the appetitive power according as it ~partakes 274 2, 68 | reason, are ~related to the appetitive power. Now the moral virtues 275 2, 68 | moral virtues perfect the appetitive powers so that they obey 276 2, 68 | as it is natural for the appetitive powers to be moved ~by the 277 2, 68 | reason by "knowledge." The ~appetitive power, in matters touching 278 2, 68 | fortitude pertains to the appetitive power, while ~science belongs 279 2, 74 | other hand, the ~internal appetitive powers are compared to reason 280 2, 74 | virtue, which perfects the appetitive power, is always accompanied 281 2, 74 | denotes a movement of the appetitive power, as ~stated above ( 282 2, 74 | above (Q[31], A[1]). But the appetitive power is distinct from the ~ 283 2, 74 | Delectation is indeed in the appetitive power as its ~proximate 284 2, 74 | consent is an act of the appetitive power, as stated ~above ( 285 2, 74 | Consent is an act of the appetitive power, not absolutely, ~ 286 2, 74 | delectation, in so far as the appetitive power, to which it belongs 287 2, 75 | the internal act of the ~appetitive or apprehensive power, is 288 2, 77 | Philosopher says of the appetitive power in general (De ~Anima 289 2, 85 | three wounds affecting the appetitive powers, ~viz. "malice," " 290 2, 111 | charity, they belong to the appetitive power, according as man 291 2, 112 | like, which perfect the appetitive faculty.~Aquin.: SMT FS 292 2, 1 | intellect, but not of the ~appetitive power, it follows that all 293 2, 1 | virtues which perfect the appetitive faculty, do not entirely 294 2, 1 | and charity ~perfect the appetitive part, the comparison between 295 2, 7 | Fear is a movement of the appetitive power, as stated ~above ( 296 2, 7 | Now the principle of all appetitive movements is ~the good or 297 2, 7 | principle of fear and ~of every appetitive movement must be an apprehension. 298 2, 8 | the three ~belong to the appetitive power.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 299 2, 8 | gifts ~belonging to the appetitive power. The other cleanness 300 2, 8 | fruits pertaining to the appetitive faculty, is because, as 301 2, 8 | implies, pertains to ~the appetitive rather than to the intellective 302 2, 11 | understanding, but rather to the ~appetitive power; for Jerome says on 303 2, 11 | choice is an act of the appetitive ~power, as stated above ( 304 2, 17 | hope is a movement of the appetitive faculty, ~since its object 305 2, 18 | that, in consequence, every appetitive movement is both ~specified 306 2, 18 | since fear is seated in the appetitive faculty, while wisdom is ~ 307 2, 18 | the moral ~virtues, the appetitive powers are rendered amenable 308 2, 19 | appetite. Consequently every appetitive movement which is ~conformed 309 2, 19 | good in itself, while every appetitive ~movement which is conformed 310 2, 19 | with particulars, since the appetitive movement is ~from the soul 311 2, 19 | rightly disposed as to his appetitive movement, his estimate being ~ 312 2, 19 | the universal, fails in an appetitive ~movement, in regard to 313 2, 20 | regard to despair, ~every appetitive movement that is conformed 314 2, 20 | sinful. Now presumption is an appetitive movement, since it ~denotes 315 2, 22 | of the will and of every ~appetitive power is completed in the 316 2, 22 | wherefore the excellence of the appetitive operation ~is gauged according 317 2, 25 | hand, ~charity is in an appetitive power, whose operation consists 318 2, 25 | that orders, and to ~the appetitive power as to the faculty 319 2, 26 | whereas the act of an appetitive power consists in the appetite 320 2, 26 | that the movement ~of the appetitive power is towards things 321 2, 26 | which is an act of the ~appetitive power, even in this state 322 2, 27 | creature is finite, ~so is its appetitive power. Since therefore God 323 2, 27 | first ~affection of the appetitive power, and that desire and 324 2, 28 | in respect of the diverse appetitive ~powers: thus the sensitive 325 2, 28 | far as one and the same ~appetitive power tends to diverse objects 326 2, 28 | tranquillity ~consists in all the appetitive movements in one man being 327 2, 28 | at the same time all his appetitive movements be in agreement.~ 328 2, 28 | since mercy belongs to the appetitive power, it is not ~an intellectual 329 2, 30 | deficiency on the part of the appetitive power, ~especially by way 330 2, 32 | hatred is a movement of ~the appetitive power, which power is not 331 2, 32 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Since the appetitive power, like the apprehensive 332 2, 32 | movement in the actions of the appetitive power. And so according 333 2, 32 | first forward course of the appetitive movement, love gives rise 334 2, 42 | by "the mind," the lower appetitive power, signified ~by "the 335 2, 45 | the cognitive or in the appetitive faculty?~Aquin.: SMT SS 336 2, 45 | the cognitive but in the ~appetitive faculty. For Augustine says ( 337 2, 45 | the cognitive, but in the appetitive faculty. ~Therefore prudence 338 2, 45 | Therefore prudence is in the appetitive faculty.~Aquin.: SMT SS 339 2, 45 | choice is an act of the appetitive ~faculty, as stated above ( 340 2, 45 | the cognitive but in the appetitive faculty.~Aquin.: SMT SS 341 2, 45 | treating there, are in the appetitive faculty, whereas art is ~ 342 2, 45 | Therefore prudence is in the appetitive rather than in the ~rational 343 2, 45 | sight belongs not to the appetitive but to the ~cognitive faculty. 344 2, 45 | Now the first act of the appetitive faculty is ~love, as stated 345 2, 45 | good, is the object of the appetitive power. Hence if any habits 346 2, 45 | wherein is prudence, and the appetitive power, ~wherein is moral 347 2, 45 | they are the object of the ~appetitive power, that is, considered 348 2, 45 | appoints the end to the appetitive power. ~Therefore prudence 349 2, 45 | belongs chiefly to the ~appetitive power: wherefore solicitude 350 2, 45 | prudence is not in ~the appetitive power, but in the reason, 351 2, 45 | Movement belongs to the appetitive power as to the ~principle 352 2, 49 | good disposition of the appetitive power, the result being 353 2, 51 | perseverance seem to be not in the ~appetitive power, but in the reason. 354 2, 51 | points to a defect in the appetitive power); but reason stands 355 2, 56 | principle of ~action is the appetitive power, justice must needs 356 2, 56 | justice must needs be in some appetitive ~power as its subject.~Aquin.: 357 2, 56 | participation," but the entire "appetitive" faculty, as ~stated in 358 2, 56 | will is contained in the appetitive faculty, wherefore it can 359 2, 56 | irascible. Now these powers are appetitive ~of certain particular goods, 360 2, 80 | act belongs either to an appetitive or to ~a cognitive virtue 361 2, 80 | Devotion is an act of the appetitive part of the soul, and ~is 362 2, 81 | prayer is an act of the appetitive or of the cognitive power?~( 363 2, 81 | prayer is an act of the appetitive power?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 364 2, 81 | prayer is an act of the appetitive power. It ~belongs to prayer 365 2, 81 | desire is an act of the appetitive power: ~and therefore prayer 366 2, 81 | love which ~belongs to the appetitive power. Therefore prayer 367 2, 81 | Therefore prayer belongs to the ~appetitive power.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 368 2, 81 | intellective, but of the appetitive power.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 369 2, 81 | prayer is an act, not of the ~appetitive, but of the intellective 370 2, 146 | to reason; ~wherefore the appetitive power is differentiated 371 2, 149 | Now every movement of the appetitive part should be chastised 372 2, 153 | either the reason, or ~the appetitive power, which is divided 373 2, 155 | and in ~respect of the appetitive power, as when a man loses 374 2, 159 | A[2]) ~that for those appetitive movements which are a kind 375 2, 164 | virtues which are in the ~appetitive part of the soul, and pertains 376 2, 164 | power is commanded by the appetitive ~power, which moves all 377 2, 164 | pertains to the act of the appetitive power, and consists in man' 378 2, 169 | the passions belong to the appetitive faculty, as stated above ( 379 2, 173 | the cognitive or to the appetitive ~power? ~(3) Whether Paul 380 2, 173 | cognitive rather than to the appetitive ~power?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 381 2, 173 | rapture pertains to the appetitive rather than ~to the cognitive 382 2, 173 | Now love pertains to the appetitive power. ~Therefore so does 383 2, 173 | rapture cannot ~pertain to the appetitive, but only to the cognitive 384 2, 173 | whereas the movement of the appetitive power is an inclination ~ 385 2, 173 | cause on the part of the appetitive power. For from the ~very 386 2, 173 | it has an effect on the appetitive ~power, when for instance 387 2, 173 | ecstasy may pertain to the appetitive power, as when a man's ~ 388 2, 178 | Now the affective or ~appetitive power inclines to external 389 2, 178 | has nothing to do with the appetitive power.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 390 2, 178 | pertain to the affective or appetitive power, as stated above ( 391 2, 178 | do with the affective or appetitive power.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 392 2, 178 | Body Para. 2/2~Now the appetitive power moves one to observe 393 2, 178 | respect it pertains to the appetitive power.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 394 2, 178 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The appetitive power moves not only the 395 2, 178 | delight belongs to the appetitive power; whereas contemplation 396 2, 179 | active life belongs to the appetitive power. Now prudence belongs 397 2, 179 | prudence belongs not to ~the appetitive but to the cognitive power. 398 2, 179 | its end in an ~act of the appetitive power, belongs to the active 399 3, 18 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the appetitive power is diversified in 400 3, 63 | nor, again, only in an appetitive power: ~since it is neither 401 3, 85 | apprehensive but to the appetitive power, which ~presupposes 402 Suppl, 32| principle, namely, the ~appetitive power; the third is the 403 Suppl, 32| the loins - because the ~appetitive and motive powers are secondary 404 Suppl, 32| however, as stated above, the ~appetitive power is not the primary 405 Suppl, 65| natural ~concept, and in the appetitive power a natural inclination, 406 Suppl, 65| natural inclination in the appetitive power follows the ~natural 407 Suppl, 90| attainment of ~the end of an appetitive movement is called a mansion


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