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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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concupiscible

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1 1, 59 | there an irascible and a concupiscible appetite in them?~Aquin.: 2 1, 59 | there is an irascible and a concupiscible appetite in the angels?~ 3 1, 59 | there is an irascible and a concupiscible ~appetite in the angels. 4 1, 59 | there is an irascible and a concupiscible appetite in the ~angels.~ 5 1, 59 | love and joy are in the concupiscible; while anger, ~hope, and 6 1, 59 | there is an irascible and a concupiscible appetite in ~the angels.~ 7 1, 59 | appetite and some in the concupiscible: thus charity and temperance ~ 8 1, 59 | temperance ~appear to be in the concupiscible, while hope and fortitude 9 1, 59 | Therefore there is both a ~concupiscible and an irascible appetite 10 1, 59 | that the ~irascible and concupiscible are in the sensitive part, 11 1, 59 | there is no irascible or concupiscible ~appetite in the angels.~ 12 1, 59 | divided into irascible ~and concupiscible; only the sensitive appetite 13 1, 59 | distinguished into ~irascible and concupiscible, but remains undivided; 14 1, 59 | are passions, are in the ~concupiscible appetite, but in so far 15 1, 59 | a virtue, is not in the concupiscible appetite, ~but in the will; 16 1, 59 | because the object of the concupiscible appetite is the ~good as 17 1, 59 | pleasures, which ~belong to the concupiscible faculty. Similarly, fortitude 18 1, 59 | virtue, resides in the ~concupiscible part, and fortitude in the 19 1, 59 | not by the ~irascible or concupiscible appetite.~ 20 1, 76 | power is in the liver, the ~concupiscible in the heart, and the power 21 1, 77 | joy and sorrow are in the concupiscible part, which is a ~power 22 1, 77 | receive. Therefore the ~concupiscible power remains in the separate 23 1, 60 | there an irascible and a concupiscible appetite in them?~Aquin.: 24 1, 60 | there is an irascible and a concupiscible appetite in the angels?~ 25 1, 60 | there is an irascible and a concupiscible ~appetite in the angels. 26 1, 60 | there is an irascible and a concupiscible appetite in the ~angels.~ 27 1, 60 | love and joy are in the concupiscible; while anger, ~hope, and 28 1, 60 | there is an irascible and a concupiscible appetite in ~the angels.~ 29 1, 60 | appetite and some in the concupiscible: thus charity and temperance ~ 30 1, 60 | temperance ~appear to be in the concupiscible, while hope and fortitude 31 1, 60 | Therefore there is both a ~concupiscible and an irascible appetite 32 1, 60 | that the ~irascible and concupiscible are in the sensitive part, 33 1, 60 | there is no irascible or concupiscible ~appetite in the angels.~ 34 1, 60 | divided into irascible ~and concupiscible; only the sensitive appetite 35 1, 60 | distinguished into ~irascible and concupiscible, but remains undivided; 36 1, 60 | are passions, are in the ~concupiscible appetite, but in so far 37 1, 60 | a virtue, is not in the concupiscible appetite, ~but in the will; 38 1, 60 | because the object of the concupiscible appetite is the ~good as 39 1, 60 | pleasures, which ~belong to the concupiscible faculty. Similarly, fortitude 40 1, 60 | virtue, resides in the ~concupiscible part, and fortitude in the 41 1, 60 | not by the ~irascible or concupiscible appetite.~ 42 1, 75 | power is in the liver, the ~concupiscible in the heart, and the power 43 1, 76 | joy and sorrow are in the concupiscible part, which is a ~power 44 1, 76 | receive. Therefore the ~concupiscible power remains in the separate 45 1, 78 | against the irascible, the concupiscible, and the rational, which ~ 46 1, 80 | divided into irascible and concupiscible as distinct ~powers?~(3) 47 1, 80 | Whether the irascible and concupiscible powers obey reason?~Aquin.: 48 1, 80 | into the irascible and ~concupiscible as distinct powers?~Aquin.: 49 1, 80 | into the ~irascible and concupiscible as distinct powers. For 50 1, 80 | contraries. Since, then, the concupiscible power regards what ~is suitable, 51 1, 80 | seems that irascible and concupiscible are the same power in the 52 1, 80 | such is the object of the concupiscible ~power. Therefore there 53 1, 80 | appetite differing from the ~concupiscible.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[81] A[ 54 1, 80 | contrary to love, and is in the concupiscible part. Therefore ~the concupiscible 55 1, 80 | concupiscible part. Therefore ~the concupiscible and irascible are the same 56 1, 80 | appetite, the irascible and the concupiscible.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[81] A[ 57 1, 80 | the irascible and the concupiscible. In order ~to make this 58 1, 80 | and this is called the concupiscible: and another, whereby an ~ 59 1, 80 | the ~inclination of the concupiscible appetite, in order that, 60 1, 80 | counteract the ~passions of the concupiscible appetite: since the concupiscence, 61 1, 80 | champion and defender of the concupiscible ~when it rises up against 62 1, 80 | suitable ~things which the concupiscible desires, or against what 63 1, 80 | inflicts harm, ~from which the concupiscible flies. And for this reason 64 1, 80 | from the passions of the concupiscible ~appetite and terminate 65 1, 80 | animals are about things concupiscible - namely, food and ~sex, 66 1, 80 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The concupiscible power regards both what 67 1, 80 | Hatred belongs simply to the concupiscible appetite: but by ~reason 68 1, 80 | Whether the irascible and concupiscible appetites obey reason?~Aquin.: 69 1, 80 | seem that the irascible and concupiscible appetites do ~not obey reason. 70 1, 80 | reason. For irascible and concupiscible are parts of ~sensuality. 71 1, 80 | Therefore the irascible and concupiscible appetites do not obey reason.~ 72 1, 80 | But the ~irascible and concupiscible appetites resist reason: 73 1, 80 | Therefore the irascible and concupiscible appetites do ~not obey reason.~ 74 1, 80 | two ways the irascible and concupiscible powers obey ~the higher 75 1, 80 | appetite, which is divided into concupiscible and irascible; ~and this 76 1, 80 | is that the irascible and concupiscible are said ~to obey the reason 77 1, 80 | movement ~follows at once the concupiscible and irascible appetites: 78 1, 80 | according to the irascible and concupiscible appetites: but he awaits 79 1, 80 | therefore, the irascible and concupiscible are subject to reason.~Aquin.: 80 1, 80 | power. But the irascible and concupiscible powers ~denominate the sensitive 81 1, 80 | rule the irascible ~and concupiscible by a politic power: because 82 1, 80 | experience that the irascible and concupiscible ~powers do resist reason, 83 1, 80 | fact that the irascible and concupiscible resist reason in ~something, 84 1, 81 | divided into irascible and concupiscible?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[82] A[ 85 1, 81 | distinguish irascible and concupiscible parts in the ~superior appetite?~ 86 1, 81 | distinguish irascible and ~concupiscible parts in the superior appetite, 87 1, 81 | which is the will. For the ~concupiscible power is so called from " 88 1, 81 | distinguish irascible and concupiscible parts of the intellectual ~ 89 1, 81 | said, charity is in the concupiscible, ~and hope in the irascible 90 1, 81 | assign an irascible and concupiscible power to the ~intellectual 91 1, 81 | namely, the irascible, concupiscible, and ~rational - "before 92 1, 81 | Therefore the irascible ~and concupiscible powers are in the will, 93 1, 81 | that, The irascible and concupiscible are not parts of the ~intellectual 94 1, 81 | particular good: for the concupiscible regards as proper to it ~ 95 1, 81 | irascible power ~distinct from a concupiscible power: just as neither on 96 1, 81 | will may be said to be ~concupiscible on account of its desire 97 1, 81 | thus in the ~irascible and concupiscible are charity and hope - that 98 1, 81 | that the irascible and concupiscible ~powers are in the soul 99 1, 95 | powers, ~as the irascible and concupiscible, which obey reason in some 100 1, 114 | passions in the irascible and concupiscible have a certain force in ~ 101 2, 9 | command, the irascible and ~concupiscible powers, not, indeed, "by 102 2, 9 | Hence both irascible and concupiscible can move counter ~to the 103 2, 17 | obeys reason is twofold, the concupiscible and the ~irascible," which 104 2, 17 | governs the ~irascible and concupiscible not by a "despotic supremacy," 105 2, 23 | Whether the passions of the concupiscible part are different from ~ 106 2, 23 | Whether the passions of the concupiscible part are different from 107 2, 23 | are in the irascible and ~concupiscible parts. For the Philosopher 108 2, 23 | joy and sorrow are in the concupiscible part. Therefore all ~the 109 2, 23 | the passions are in the concupiscible part, and not some in the ~ 110 2, 23 | irascible, others in the concupiscible part.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[23] 111 2, 23 | desire of virtue, in ~the concupiscible part." But hatred is in 112 2, 23 | part." But hatred is in the concupiscible faculty, as ~also is love, 113 2, 23 | the same passion is in the concupiscible and irascible ~faculties.~ 114 2, 23 | objects of the irascible and concupiscible ~passions are the same, 115 2, 23 | are in the irascible and concupiscible faculties.~Aquin.: SMT FS 116 2, 23 | But the irascible and the concupiscible ~are two powers into which 117 2, 23 | distinct from those of the ~concupiscible part.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[23] 118 2, 23 | species from ~those of the concupiscible faculty. For since different 119 2, 23 | irascible, and ~which in the concupiscible, we must take the object 120 2, 23 | that the object of the ~concupiscible power is sensible good or 121 2, 23 | absolutely, belong to the concupiscible power; for instance, joy, ~ 122 2, 23 | obstacles that hinder the ~concupiscible power from tending towards 123 2, 23 | passions terminate in the concupiscible ~passions: and thus it is 124 2, 23 | sadness which are in the ~concupiscible faculty.~Aquin.: SMT FS 125 2, 23 | hatred, which is properly a concupiscible passion; but ~on account 126 2, 23 | is delightful, moves the concupiscible ~power. But if it prove 127 2, 23 | certain contrariety to the concupiscible power: and hence the need 128 2, 23 | faculty. Consequently the concupiscible passions are specifically 129 2, 23 | passions are ordained to the concupiscible passions, as stated ~above ( 130 2, 23 | But the contrariety of the concupiscible passions is ~no other than 131 2, 23 | of the same term. ~In the concupiscible passions the former contrariety 132 2, 23 | that ~the object of the concupiscible faculty, as stated above ( 133 2, 23 | wherefrom. Accordingly ~every concupiscible passion in respect of good, 134 2, 23 | desire and joy; while every concupiscible passion in respect of evil, ~ 135 2, 23 | sorrow. Wherefore, in ~the concupiscible passions, there can be no 136 2, 23 | the irascible or in the ~concupiscible faculty, as stated above ( 137 2, 23 | of "sadness," which is a concupiscible passion; or else it has 138 2, 23 | which is a passion of the concupiscible faculty.~Aquin.: SMT FS 139 2, 23 | species, and are in the ~concupiscible power; and yet they are 140 2, 23 | presupposed as arising from ~the concupiscible faculty, which regards good 141 2, 23 | it is clear that in the concupiscible faculty there are ~three 142 2, 23 | specifically; six in the concupiscible faculty, and five in the ~ 143 2, 25 | irascible passions to the concupiscible passions;~(2) The relation 144 2, 25 | 2) The relation of the concupiscible passions to one another;~( 145 2, 25 | irascible passions precede the concupiscible passions, or ~vice versa?~ 146 2, 25 | irascible passions precede the ~concupiscible passions. For the order 147 2, 25 | passions seem ~to precede the concupiscible passions. ~Aquin.: SMT FS 148 2, 25 | faculty is compared to the concupiscible, as mover to that ~which 149 2, 25 | obstacles that hinder the concupiscible faculty from ~enjoying its 150 2, 25 | irascible passions precede the concupiscible passions.~Aquin.: SMT FS 151 2, 25 | Further, joy and sadness are concupiscible passions. But joy and ~sadness 152 2, 25 | previous pain." Therefore the ~concupiscible passions follow the irascible 153 2, 25 | 1/1~On the contrary, The concupiscible passions regard the absolute 154 2, 25 | good, ~it seems that the concupiscible passions precede the irascible.~ 155 2, 25 | 4~I answer that, In the concupiscible passions there is more diversity ~ 156 2, 25 | irascible faculty with those concupiscible passions ~that denote rest 157 2, 25 | such like passions of the ~concupiscible faculty: thus hope precedes 158 2, 25 | Rejoicing in hope." But the ~concupiscible passion which denotes rest 159 2, 25 | faculty terminates in a concupiscible passion denoting ~rest, 160 2, 25 | irascible passions to those concupiscible passions ~that denote movement, 161 2, 25 | something to those of ~the concupiscible faculty; just as the object 162 2, 25 | difficulty to the object of the concupiscible ~faculty. Thus hope adds 163 2, 25 | faculty stand between those ~concupiscible passions that denote movement 164 2, 25 | good or evil, and ~those concupiscible passions that denote rest 165 2, 25 | terminate in the passions of the concupiscible faculty.~Aquin.: SMT FS 166 2, 25 | the formal object of the ~concupiscible faculty were something contrary 167 2, 25 | because the object of the concupiscible faculty is good absolutely, 168 2, 25 | obstacle that hinders the concupiscible from resting in its object. ~ 169 2, 25 | passions precede those ~concupiscible passions that connote rest. 170 2, 25 | love is the first of the concupiscible passions?~Aquin.: SMT FS 171 2, 25 | is not the first of the concupiscible ~passions. For the concupiscible 172 2, 25 | concupiscible ~passions. For the concupiscible faculty is so called from 173 2, 25 | is not the ~first of the concupiscible passions.~Aquin.: SMT FS 174 2, 25 | love is the ~first of the concupiscible passions.~Aquin.: SMT FS 175 2, 25 | evil are the object of the concupiscible ~faculty. Now good naturally 176 2, 25 | Consequently the ~order of the concupiscible passions can be considered 177 2, 25 | Consequently of ~all the concupiscible passions, concupiscence 178 2, 26 | 1) the ~passions of the concupiscible faculty; (2) the passions 179 2, 26 | Whether love is in the concupiscible power?~(2) Whether love 180 2, 26 | 1~Whether love is in the concupiscible power?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 181 2, 26 | that love is not in the concupiscible power. For it ~is written ( 182 2, 26 | from my youth." But the concupiscible power, being a part ~of 183 2, 26 | Therefore love is not in the concupiscible ~power.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 184 2, 26 | every passion is in the concupiscible power; indeed, fear, which ~ 185 2, 26 | absolutely that love is in the concupiscible power.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 186 2, 26 | love is not simply in the concupiscible ~power.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 187 2, 26 | 7) that "love is in ~the concupiscible power."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 188 2, 26 | And it belongs ~to the concupiscible power, because it regards 189 2, 26 | according as it is in the concupiscible faculty; in a ~wider and 190 2, 26 | dilection is not in the concupiscible power, but only in the ~ 191 2, 26 | fact that love, which is concupiscible passion, inclines many to 192 2, 30 | sensitive appetite, and in the concupiscible ~faculty, which takes its 193 2, 30 | consists, belongs to the concupiscible power.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 194 2, 30 | specific passion of the ~concupiscible power. For passions are 195 2, 30 | But ~the object of the concupiscible power is something delightful 196 2, 30 | specific passion ~of the concupiscible faculty.~Aquin.: SMT FS 197 2, 30 | specific passion in the concupiscible faculty.~Aquin.: SMT FS 198 2, 30 | to each passion of the concupiscible faculty there is a ~specific 199 2, 30 | specific passion of the concupiscible faculty is contrary to ~ 200 2, 30 | But fear is not in the ~concupiscible, but in the irascible part. 201 2, 30 | specific passion of the concupiscible faculty.~Aquin.: SMT FS 202 2, 30 | which are passions of the concupiscible faculty. Hence it is ~distinguished 203 2, 30 | distinguished from the other concupiscible passions, as a specific ~ 204 2, 30 | the common object of the concupiscible faculty. ~Hence the various 205 2, 30 | faculty. ~Hence the various concupiscible passions are distinguished 206 2, 33 | but from the act of the concupiscible faculty, which act is intensified ~ 207 2, 40 | desire or cupidity ~is in the concupiscible. Therefore hope differs 208 2, 40 | wherefore it belongs ~to the concupiscible, while hope belongs to the 209 2, 40 | passions differ from the ~concupiscible. For this reason, moreover, 210 2, 40 | presuppose the passions of the concupiscible ~faculty, as stated above ( 211 2, 40 | alone is to be found in the concupiscible ~passions, for instance 212 2, 40 | from the passions of the concupiscible. ~But despair is contrary 213 2, 41 | But fear is also in the concupiscible: since the ~Philosopher 214 2, 41 | sorrow and desire are in the concupiscible faculty, as stated ~above ( 215 2, 41 | 3: Fear is nowise in the concupiscible: for it regards evil, ~not 216 2, 41 | from the passions of ~the concupiscible faculty, and terminate therein, 217 2, 41 | that what belongs to the concupiscible is ascribed to ~fear. For 218 2, 42 | because sorrow, ~being in the concupiscible faculty, regards evil absolutely; 219 2, 46 | Whether anger is in the concupiscible faculty?~(4) Whether anger 220 2, 46 | Whether anger is in the concupiscible faculty?~Aquin.: SMT FS 221 2, 46 | seem that anger is in the concupiscible faculty. For ~Cicero says ( 222 2, 46 | But desire is in the concupiscible faculty. Therefore anger 223 2, 46 | hatred, like love, is a concupiscible passion. ~Therefore anger 224 2, 46 | Therefore anger is in the concupiscible faculty.~Aquin.: SMT FS 225 2, 46 | Both of these are in the concupiscible faculty. Therefore anger ~ 226 2, 46 | faculty. Therefore anger ~is a concupiscible passion.~Aquin.: SMT FS 227 2, 46 | 1/1~On the contrary, The concupiscible is distinct from the irascible ~ 228 2, 46 | therefore, anger were in the concupiscible power, the ~irascible would 229 2, 46 | from the passions of the concupiscible faculty, in ~that the objects 230 2, 46 | that the objects of the concupiscible passions are good and evil ~ 231 2, 46 | that anger is ~not in the concupiscible, but in the irascible faculty.~ 232 2, 46 | common to the irascible and concupiscible faculties.~Aquin.: SMT FS 233 2, 46 | above (Q[25], A[2]) that the concupiscible passions are the ~causes 234 2, 46 | rules the irascible and concupiscible ~parts of the soul. And 235 2, 56 | Whether the irascible and concupiscible faculties can be the subject ~ 236 2, 56 | Whether the irascible and concupiscible powers are the subject of 237 2, 56 | seem that the irascible and concupiscible powers cannot ~be the subject 238 2, 56 | be in the irascible and concupiscible powers which are ~parts 239 2, 56 | Therefore that the irascible and concupiscible ~powers are rightly ruled, 240 2, 56 | not in the irascible and concupiscible powers, ~but only in the 241 2, 56 | act of the irascible and concupiscible ~powers, but of the rational 242 2, 56 | not in the irascible and concupiscible powers, ~but in the reason.~ 243 2, 56 | and ~temperance to the concupiscible power. Whence the Philosopher ( 244 2, 56 | that, The irascible and concupiscible powers can be considered ~ 245 2, 56 | And thus the irascible or concupiscible power can be the subject ~ 246 2, 56 | virtues in the irascible and ~concupiscible powers. Because an act, 247 2, 56 | operations of the ~irascible and concupiscible powers, according as they 248 2, 56 | but also the irascible and concupiscible ~powers. And since the good 249 2, 56 | is in the irascible and concupiscible powers ~is nothing else 250 2, 56 | OBJ 1: The irascible and concupiscible powers considered in ~themselves, 251 2, 56 | also, the irascible ~and concupiscible powers, of themselves indeed, 252 2, 56 | and the irascible and ~concupiscible powers by the reason, but 253 2, 56 | soul. But the irascible and concupiscible ~powers do not obey the 254 2, 56 | rules the irascible ~and concupiscible powers by a political command" 255 2, 56 | virtues in the irascible and ~concupiscible powers, by which these powers 256 2, 56 | But that the irascible and concupiscible powers have a ~right intention 257 2, 56 | are in the irascible and ~concupiscible powers, but prudence is 258 2, 56 | subjected in the ~irascible and concupiscible powers which are rational 259 2, 56 | moves the irascible and concupiscible powers. Much ~more therefore 260 2, 56 | than in the irascible ~and concupiscible powers.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 261 2, 56 | Not only the irascible and concupiscible powers are ~rational by 262 2, 59 | divided into irascible and concupiscible, ~did not, as the Peripatetics 263 2, 60 | irascible, others to the ~concupiscible faculty, as stated above ( 264 2, 60 | different ~passions of the concupiscible faculty do not require different 265 2, 60 | e.g. ~temperance, about the concupiscible passions; fortitude, about 266 2, 60 | which way they concern the ~concupiscible faculty, or as being difficult 267 2, 60 | philotimia" seem to be in the concupiscible part, while magnificence 268 2, 60 | absolutely, as the object of the concupiscible ~passions. This good may 269 2, 61 | subject of "Justice," the concupiscible faculty, ~subject of "Temperance," 270 2, 66 | temperance, which is in the concupiscible, which has ~a smaller share 271 2, 67 | irascible, and temperance in the concupiscible ~part, in so far as each 272 2, 69 | passions, whether irascible or concupiscible. From following the ~irascible 273 2, 69 | meek." From following the concupiscible passions, man is ~withdrawn - 274 2, 73 | which is a movement ~of the concupiscible power, then a greater concupiscence, 275 2, 77 | parts. Accordingly, when the concupiscible or irascible power is ~affected 276 2, 77 | it is the object of the ~concupiscible part; secondly, under the 277 2, 77 | all the passions of the concupiscible part ~can be reduced to 278 2, 82 | is the ~proper act of the concupiscible faculty which is a natural 279 2, 82 | OBJ 1: Since, in man, the concupiscible power is naturally ~governed 280 2, 82 | passions ~are reducible to concupiscible passions, as holding the 281 2, 83 | the ~generative power, the concupiscible part, and the sense of touch?~ 282 2, 83 | concupiscence of food accrues to the concupiscible faculty, and partaking ~ 283 2, 83 | pleasure, which regards the concupiscible power ~through being its 284 2, 83 | object, it follows that the concupiscible power ~is the proper subject 285 2, 83 | the generative power, the concupiscible faculty and ~the sense of 286 2, 83 | most powerful object of the concupiscible faculty. Consequently, ~ 287 2, 83 | disposition, in so far as the concupiscible species is ~seen through 288 2, 84 | arise from passions of the concupiscible part; and ~these are all, 289 2, 85 | since it is an act ~of the concupiscible power. But that which is 290 2, 85 | subject of ~fortitude, and the concupiscible, the subject of temperance. 291 2, 85 | weakness; and ~in so far as the concupiscible is deprived of its order 292 2, 92 | virtue of the irascible and concupiscible faculties consists in ~their 293 2, 94 | to the inclination of the concupiscible faculty belong to ~the natural 294 2, 94 | human ~nature, e.g. of the concupiscible and irascible parts, in 295 2, 100 | through disorder of the ~concupiscible faculty, so does it arise 296 2, 100 | from the passions of the concupiscible part. ~Hence, as the precepts 297 2, 100 | passions, but only of the concupiscible passions.~Aquin.: SMT FS 298 2, 4 | habit of temperance in the concupiscible faculty, in order ~that 299 2, 4 | of the ~will, even as the concupiscible faculty needs to be well 300 2, 4 | if temperance be ~in the concupiscible, without prudence being 301 2, 4 | reason, and an act of the ~concupiscible faculty, even as the act 302 2, 10 | the sinful act: thus the concupiscible ~is the principle of gluttony 303 2, 10 | sins are said to ~be in the concupiscible. Now dissent, which is the 304 2, 17 | divided into irascible and ~concupiscible, and the intellective appetite, 305 2, 23 | ii, ~3) love is in the concupiscible part. Therefore charity 306 2, 23 | charity is also in the ~concupiscible and not in the will.~Aquin.: 307 2, 23 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The concupiscible is a part of the sensitive, 308 2, 23 | the ~love which is in the concupiscible, is the love of sensible 309 2, 23 | sensible good: nor can ~the concupiscible reach to the Divine good 310 2, 23 | alone can. Consequently the concupiscible cannot be the subject ~of 311 2, 39 | But anger is not in ~the concupiscible faculty. Therefore strife 312 2, 39 | arise from those of the concupiscible faculty, so that whatever ~ 313 2, 48 | animals not only with the concupiscible faculty, whereby they are 314 2, 56 | the irascible, and the concupiscible, as though they were so 315 2, 56 | commands the irascible and ~concupiscible, and these obey reason; 316 2, 56 | viz. the irascible and the concupiscible, as the ~Philosopher declares ( 317 2, 56 | but in the irascible and concupiscible.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[58] A[ 318 2, 56 | into the irascible and the concupiscible, as stated in the FP, ~Q[ 319 2, 56 | be in ~the irascible or concupiscible as its subject, but only 320 2, 56 | Not only the irascible and concupiscible parts are ~"rational by 321 2, 56 | sensitive appetite, ~viz. in the concupiscible and irascible. Now these 322 2, 56 | are in the irascible and ~concupiscible parts. Secondly, on he part 323 2, 106 | power ~distinct from the concupiscible. Man resists harm by defending 324 2, 120 | the aspect of something concupiscible. ~Hence the concupiscence 325 2, 127 | desire and mind," i.e. the concupiscible and ~irascible parts. But 326 2, 127 | irascible parts. But honor is a concupiscible good since it is the reward ~ 327 2, 127 | absolutely considered regard the ~concupiscible faculty, but in so far as 328 2, 132 | which are passions of the concupiscible ~faculty, and do not hinder 329 2, 132 | that this virtue is in the concupiscible. On the other hand, magnificence ~ 330 2, 134 | would seem to be in the concupiscible. ~Therefore patience is 331 2, 134 | while patience is in the concupiscible faculty.~Aquin.: SMT SS 332 2, 134 | although both are in the concupiscible, because temperance is ~ 333 2, 139 | presuppose the passions of the ~concupiscible. Hence, while temperance 334 2, 139 | moderates the passions of ~the concupiscible which tend towards good, 335 2, 140 | his tutor, so ought the ~concupiscible to accord with reason."~ 336 2, 151 | lower ~appetite, namely the concupiscible, is most vehemently intent 337 2, 153 | subject of continence is the concupiscible power?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 338 2, 153 | subject of continence is the concupiscible ~power. For the subject 339 2, 153 | touch, which pertain to the concupiscible ~power. Therefore continence 340 2, 153 | Therefore continence is in the concupiscible power.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 341 2, 153 | But incontinence is in the concupiscible, whose passions overcome ~ 342 2, 153 | evil inclination of the concupiscible, by following which it chooses ~ 343 2, 153 | continence is ~likewise in the concupiscible.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[155] A[ 344 2, 153 | divided into the will, the concupiscible ~and the irascible. Now 345 2, 153 | follows that it is ~in the concupiscible.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[155] A[ 346 2, 153 | remove the evil act of ~the concupiscible: since "the continent man 347 2, 153 | continence is not in the ~concupiscible power.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 348 2, 153 | the opposite vice. Now the concupiscible has the same ~disposition 349 2, 153 | continence is not in the concupiscible as its subject. ~Again the 350 2, 153 | temperance which is in the ~concupiscible), but its business with 351 2, 153 | stands between reason and the concupiscible, and ~may be moved by either. 352 2, 153 | incontinent man it is moved by the concupiscible. Hence continence ~may be 353 2, 153 | and incontinence to ~the concupiscible power: though both belong 354 2, 153 | excellent power than the ~concupiscible. But continence is in the 355 2, 153 | whereas temperance is in ~the concupiscible, as stated above (A[3]). 356 2, 153 | akin to the reason than the concupiscible ~power is. Wherefore the 357 2, 153 | the will but also to ~the concupiscible power, as happens in the 358 2, 158 | pertaining to the irascible and ~concupiscible faculties. Therefore, if 359 2, 159 | Further, temperance is in the concupiscible, whereas humility ~would 360 2, 160 | the ~irascible, but in the concupiscible. Therefore pride is not 361 2, 160 | is not distinct from the concupiscible power, as stated above in ~ 362 3, 15 | temperance controls the ~concupiscible appetite, fortitude and 363 3, 18 | appetite are ~the irascible and concupiscible parts." Now sensuality signifies 364 3, 20 | inasmuch as the irascible and ~concupiscible powers obey reason. Hence 365 3, 85 | sorrow. But sorrow is in the ~concupiscible part, even as joy is. Therefore 366 3, 85 | Therefore penance is in the ~concupiscible faculty.~Aquin.: SMT TP 367 3, 85 | of sorrow, it is in the ~concupiscible part as its subject; secondly, 368 Suppl, 1 | so does it inflict on the concupiscible part of the soul ~a punishment, 369 Suppl, 1 | aforesaid sorrow, because the concupiscible also ~co-operated in the 370 Suppl, 16| passion it is only in the concupiscible part, ~yet, by way of comparison, 371 Suppl, 32| are the ~chief seat of the concupiscible appetite: however, as stated 372 Suppl, 67| of ~corruption in their concupiscible appetite, lest they should 373 Suppl, 70| understanding and intelligence, the concupiscible and irascible powers." ~ 374 Suppl, 70| Now sense, imagination, concupiscible and irascible are sensitive 375 Suppl, 70| the imagination, and the concupiscible and irascible ~faculties) " 376 Suppl, 70| But the imagination, the ~concupiscible, and the irascible are sensitive 377 Suppl, 70| iii, 9) the ~irascible and concupiscible are in the sensitive part. 378 Suppl, 70| are in the ~irascible and concupiscible. Therefore separated souls 379 Suppl, 92| rational, delight to the concupiscible, and ~fruition to the irascible, 380 Suppl, 92| because the irascible and ~concupiscible powers are not in the intellective 381 Suppl, 93| the highest act of the ~concupiscible power is to abstain altogether


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