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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 59 | angels?~(4) Is there an irascible and a concupiscible appetite 2 1, 59 | stone. In the same way the irascible faculty ~is so denominated 3 1, 59 | 1/1~Whether there is an irascible and a concupiscible appetite 4 1, 59 | would seem that there is an irascible and a concupiscible ~appetite 5 1, 59 | Therefore there is an irascible and a concupiscible appetite 6 1, 59 | hope, and fear are in the irascible appetite. But in the Sacred ~ 7 1, 59 | angels. Therefore there is an irascible and a concupiscible appetite 8 1, 59 | are said to reside in the irascible ~appetite and some in the 9 1, 59 | and fortitude are in the ~irascible. But these virtues are in 10 1, 59 | a ~concupiscible and an irascible appetite in the angels.~ 11 1, 59 | iii, text. 42) that the ~irascible and concupiscible are in 12 1, 59 | Consequently there is no irascible or concupiscible ~appetite 13 1, 59 | appetite is not divided into irascible ~and concupiscible; only 14 1, 59 | not distinguished into ~irascible and concupiscible, but remains 15 1, 59 | hope does not exist in the irascible appetite; because the ~object 16 1, 59 | because the ~object of the irascible appetite is something arduous 17 1, 59 | fear, which reside in the irascible part. Consequently ~temperance, 18 1, 59 | part, and fortitude in the irascible. But they do not exist ~ 19 1, 59 | their will, and not by the ~irascible or concupiscible appetite.~ 20 1, 60 | angels?~(4) Is there an irascible and a concupiscible appetite 21 1, 60 | stone. In the same way the irascible faculty ~is so denominated 22 1, 60 | 1/1~Whether there is an irascible and a concupiscible appetite 23 1, 60 | would seem that there is an irascible and a concupiscible ~appetite 24 1, 60 | Therefore there is an irascible and a concupiscible appetite 25 1, 60 | hope, and fear are in the irascible appetite. But in the Sacred ~ 26 1, 60 | angels. Therefore there is an irascible and a concupiscible appetite 27 1, 60 | are said to reside in the irascible ~appetite and some in the 28 1, 60 | and fortitude are in the ~irascible. But these virtues are in 29 1, 60 | a ~concupiscible and an irascible appetite in the angels.~ 30 1, 60 | iii, text. 42) that the ~irascible and concupiscible are in 31 1, 60 | Consequently there is no irascible or concupiscible ~appetite 32 1, 60 | appetite is not divided into irascible ~and concupiscible; only 33 1, 60 | not distinguished into ~irascible and concupiscible, but remains 34 1, 60 | hope does not exist in the irascible appetite; because the ~object 35 1, 60 | because the ~object of the irascible appetite is something arduous 36 1, 60 | fear, which reside in the irascible part. Consequently ~temperance, 37 1, 60 | part, and fortitude in the irascible. But they do not exist ~ 38 1, 60 | their will, and not by the ~irascible or concupiscible appetite.~ 39 1, 78 | is ~divided against the irascible, the concupiscible, and 40 1, 80 | Whether it is divided into irascible and concupiscible as distinct ~ 41 1, 80 | powers?~(3) Whether the irascible and concupiscible powers 42 1, 80 | appetite is divided into the irascible and ~concupiscible as distinct 43 1, 80 | is not divided into the ~irascible and concupiscible as distinct 44 1, 80 | is suitable, while the irascible is concerned with what is 45 1, 80 | harmful, it ~seems that irascible and concupiscible are the 46 1, 80 | Further, hatred is in the irascible part: for Jerome says on 47 1, 80 | the hatred of vice in the irascible power." But ~hatred is contrary 48 1, 80 | Therefore ~the concupiscible and irascible are the same powers.~Aquin.: 49 1, 80 | sensitive ~appetite, the irascible and the concupiscible.~Aquin.: 50 1, 80 | sensitive appetite - the irascible and the concupiscible. In 51 1, 80 | and this is called the irascible. Whence we say that its 52 1, 80 | following the ~impulse of the irascible appetite, it may fight against 53 1, 80 | also the passions of the irascible appetite counteract the ~ 54 1, 80 | from the fact that the ~irascible is, as it were, the champion 55 1, 80 | all the passions ~of the irascible appetite rise from the passions 56 1, 80 | unsuitable. But the object of the irascible power is to resist ~the 57 1, 80 | self-defense: and this is the irascible power.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 58 1, 80 | hatred, it may belong to the ~irascible appetite.~Aquin.: SMT FP 59 1, 80 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the irascible and concupiscible appetites 60 1, 80 | It would seem that the irascible and concupiscible appetites 61 1, 80 | do ~not obey reason. For irascible and concupiscible are parts 62 1, 80 | 12,13). ~Therefore the irascible and concupiscible appetites 63 1, 80 | not resist it. But the ~irascible and concupiscible appetites 64 1, 80 | my mind." Therefore the irascible and concupiscible appetites 65 1, 80 | sensitive ~appetite, the irascible and concupscible, obey reason.~ 66 1, 80 | answer that, In two ways the irascible and concupiscible powers 67 1, 80 | divided into concupiscible and irascible; ~and this appetite obeys 68 1, 80 | reason: hence it is that the irascible and concupiscible are said ~ 69 1, 80 | once the concupiscible and irascible appetites: for instance, ~ 70 1, 80 | once, ~according to the irascible and concupiscible appetites: 71 1, 80 | this way, ~therefore, the irascible and concupiscible are subject 72 1, 80 | sensitive power. But the irascible and concupiscible powers ~ 73 1, 80 | reason is said to rule the irascible ~and concupiscible by a 74 1, 80 | that we experience that the irascible and concupiscible ~powers 75 1, 80 | so from the fact that the irascible and concupiscible resist 76 1, 81 | the will is divided into irascible and concupiscible?~Aquin.: 77 1, 81 | Whether we should distinguish irascible and concupiscible parts 78 1, 81 | we ought to distinguish irascible and ~concupiscible parts 79 1, 81 | concupiscere" [to desire], and the ~irascible part from "irasci" [to be 80 1, 81 | the hatred of vice in the irascible part." Therefore we ~should 81 1, 81 | Therefore we ~should distinguish irascible and concupiscible parts 82 1, 81 | concupiscible, ~and hope in the irascible part. But they cannot be 83 1, 81 | Therefore we must assign an irascible and concupiscible power 84 1, 81 | these powers" - namely, the irascible, concupiscible, and ~rational - " 85 1, 81 | AA[5],8). Therefore the irascible ~and concupiscible powers 86 1, 81 | into the desiderative and ~irascible, and Damascene says the 87 1, 81 | 1/2~I answer that, The irascible and concupiscible are not 88 1, 81 | to ~nature: whereas the irascible regards the notion of good 89 1, 81 | intellectual appetite an irascible power ~distinct from a concupiscible 90 1, 81 | will itself may be said to irascible, as far as it ~wills to 91 1, 81 | for good. And thus in the ~irascible and concupiscible are charity 92 1, 81 | Spiritu et Anima); that the irascible and concupiscible ~powers 93 1, 95 | sensitive powers, ~as the irascible and concupiscible, which 94 1, 114 | although ~the passions in the irascible and concupiscible have a 95 2, 9 | moves, by its command, the irascible and ~concupiscible powers, 96 2, 9 | his commands. Hence both irascible and concupiscible can move 97 2, 17 | the concupiscible and the ~irascible," which belong to the sensitive 98 2, 17 | the reason governs the ~irascible and concupiscible not by 99 2, 23 | different from ~those of the irascible part?~(2) Whether the contrariety 100 2, 23 | contrariety of passions in the irascible part is based ~on the contrariety 101 2, 23 | different from those ~of the irascible part?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[23] 102 2, 23 | same passions are in the irascible and ~concupiscible parts. 103 2, 23 | part, and not some in the ~irascible, others in the concupiscible 104 2, 23 | reason; hatred of vice in the irascible faculty; desire of virtue, 105 2, 23 | in the concupiscible and irascible ~faculties.~Aquin.: SMT 106 2, 23 | But the objects of the irascible and concupiscible ~passions 107 2, 23 | same passions ~are in the irascible and concupiscible faculties.~ 108 2, 23 | see, and to hear. But the irascible and the concupiscible ~are 109 2, 23 | the passions of the ~irascible faculty are specifically 110 2, 23 | that, The passions of the irascible part differ in species from ~ 111 2, 23 | which passions are in the irascible, and ~which in the concupiscible, 112 2, 23 | nature, is the ~object of the irascible faculty. Therefore whatever 113 2, 23 | or avoid, ~belong to the irascible faculty; such are daring, 114 2, 23 | the FP, Q[81], A[2], the irascible faculty is ~bestowed on 115 2, 23 | result is that all the irascible passions terminate in the 116 2, 23 | passions which are in the ~irascible faculty are followed by 117 2, 23 | ascribes hatred of vice to the irascible faculty, ~not by reason 118 2, 23 | struggle, which belongs to the irascible power.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 119 2, 23 | And this ~power is the irascible faculty. Consequently the 120 2, 23 | specifically different from the irascible passions.~Aquin.: SMT FS 121 2, 23 | Whether the contrariety of the irascible passions is based on the ~ 122 2, 23 | that the contrariety of the irascible passions is ~based on no 123 2, 23 | good and evil. For the ~irascible passions are ordained to 124 2, 23 | the same applies to the irascible passions.~Aquin.: SMT FS 125 2, 23 | every ~contrariety of the irascible passions is that of good 126 2, 23 | objects: whereas in the irascible ~passions, we find both 127 2, 23 | hand, the object of the irascible faculty is sensible good ~ 128 2, 23 | daring." Consequently, in the irascible ~passions we find contrariety 129 2, 23 | the soul is either in the irascible or in the ~concupiscible 130 2, 23 | On the other hand, in the irascible passions, the aptitude, 131 2, 23 | good obtained there is no irascible passion: because it is no ~ 132 2, 23 | are three groups in the irascible ~faculty; viz. hope and 133 2, 23 | faculty, and five in the ~irascible; and under these all the 134 2, 25 | 1) The relation of the irascible passions to the concupiscible 135 2, 25 | 3) The relation of the irascible passions to one another;~( 136 2, 25 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the irascible passions precede the concupiscible 137 2, 25 | It would seem that the irascible passions precede the ~concupiscible 138 2, 25 | objects. But the object of the irascible faculty is the difficult 139 2, 25 | highest good. Therefore the irascible passions seem ~to precede 140 2, 25 | which is moved. But the ~irascible faculty is compared to the 141 2, 25 | viii, ~4). Therefore the irascible passions precede the concupiscible 142 2, 25 | sadness succeed to the irascible passions: for the Philosopher 143 2, 25 | concupiscible passions follow the irascible passions.~Aquin.: SMT FS 144 2, 25 | absolute good, ~while the irascible passions regard a restricted, 145 2, 25 | concupiscible passions precede the irascible.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[25] A[ 146 2, 25 | than in the passions of the irascible faculty. For in the former 147 2, 25 | and sadness. But in the irascible passions there is ~nothing 148 2, 25 | such is the ~object of the irascible faculty.~Aquin.: SMT FS 149 2, 25 | compare ~the passions of the irascible faculty with those concupiscible 150 2, 25 | order of execution, ~the irascible passions take precedence 151 2, 25 | sadness, comes ~between two irascible passions: because it follows 152 2, 25 | that every passion of ~the irascible faculty terminates in a 153 2, 25 | 4~But if we compare the irascible passions to those concupiscible 154 2, 25 | because the passions of the irascible faculty add something to 155 2, 25 | just as the object of the irascible adds the ~aspect of arduousness 156 2, 25 | Accordingly the passions of the irascible faculty stand between those ~ 157 2, 25 | therefore evident that the irascible passions both arise from 158 2, 25 | the ~formal object of the irascible faculty is that which is 159 2, 25 | precedes the object of the irascible, as the common precedes ~ 160 2, 25 | one another. Moreover, the irascible passion removes the ~obstacle 161 2, 25 | it only follows that the irascible passions precede those ~ 162 2, 25 | hope is the first of the irascible passions?~Aquin.: SMT FS 163 2, 25 | is not the first of the irascible ~passions. Because the irascible 164 2, 25 | irascible ~passions. Because the irascible faculty is denominated from 165 2, 25 | Further, the object of the irascible faculty is something ~arduous. 166 2, 25 | first of the passions in the irascible ~faculty.~Aquin.: SMT FS 167 2, 25 | stated above (A[1]) all irascible passions imply ~movement 168 2, 25 | Now this movement of the irascible faculty ~towards something 169 2, 25 | produces no passion in the irascible, as ~stated above (Q[23], 170 2, 25 | follows that, of all ~the irascible passions, anger is the last 171 2, 25 | the other passions of the irascible faculty, which imply a movement ~ 172 2, 25 | is the first of all the irascible passions.~Aquin.: SMT FS 173 2, 26 | 2) the passions of the irascible ~faculty.~Aquin.: SMT FS 174 2, 26 | this passage, is in the irascible power. Therefore we ~must 175 2, 26 | which is the object of the irascible ~faculty.~Aquin.: SMT FS 176 2, 30 | concupiscible, but in the irascible part. Therefore concupiscence 177 2, 40 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE IRASCIBLE PASSIONS, AND FIRST, OF 178 2, 40 | We must now consider the irascible passions: (1) Hope and despair; ( 179 2, 40 | passions. But hope is in the irascible power; whereas desire or 180 2, 40 | while hope belongs to the irascible faculty. ~Fourthly, that 181 2, 40 | differs from desire, as the irascible passions differ from the ~ 182 2, 40 | presupposes desire: just ~as all irascible passions presuppose the 183 2, 40 | another ~power, viz. the irascible, which regards something 184 2, 40 | the contrary, Hope is an irascible passion. But the irascible 185 2, 40 | irascible passion. But the irascible faculty ~is in dumb animals. 186 2, 40 | and is to be found ~in the irascible passions, as stated above ( 187 2, 40 | contrariety is found in the irascible ~passions, according as 188 2, 41 | would be chiefly in ~the irascible part. But fear is also in 189 2, 41 | unavoidable. But since the irascible passions arise from the 190 2, 42 | whereas fear, being in the ~irascible part, regards evil with 191 2, 45 | Q[40], A[4]) that the irascible passions admit of a twofold 192 2, 46 | special passion. For the ~irascible power takes its name from 193 2, 46 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The irascible power takes its name from " 194 2, 46 | concupiscible is distinct from the irascible ~faculty. If, therefore, 195 2, 46 | concupiscible power, the ~irascible would not take its name 196 2, 46 | the passions of the ~irascible part differ from the passions 197 2, 46 | whereas the objects of the irascible passions are ~good and evil 198 2, 46 | concupiscible, but in the irascible faculty.~Aquin.: SMT FS 199 2, 46 | desire ~is common to the irascible and concupiscible faculties.~ 200 2, 46 | passions are the ~causes of the irascible passions.~Aquin.: SMT FS 201 2, 46 | as the reason rules the irascible and concupiscible ~parts 202 2, 56 | virtue?~(4) Whether the irascible and concupiscible faculties 203 2, 56 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the irascible and concupiscible powers 204 2, 56 | It would seem that the irascible and concupiscible powers 205 2, 56 | human virtue to be in the irascible and concupiscible powers 206 2, 56 | appetite. Therefore that the irascible and concupiscible ~powers 207 2, 56 | Therefore virtue is not in the irascible and concupiscible powers, ~ 208 2, 56 | choice is not an act of the irascible and concupiscible ~powers, 209 2, 56 | moral virtue is not in the irascible and concupiscible powers, ~ 210 2, 56 | Fortitude is assigned to the irascible power, and ~temperance to 211 2, 56 | 1/2~I answer that, The irascible and concupiscible powers 212 2, 56 | obey ~reason. And thus the irascible or concupiscible power can 213 2, 56 | are some virtues in the irascible and ~concupiscible powers. 214 2, 56 | of the operations of the ~irascible and concupiscible powers, 215 2, 56 | the reason, but also the irascible and concupiscible ~powers. 216 2, 56 | the virtue which is in the irascible and concupiscible powers ~ 217 2, 56 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The irascible and concupiscible powers 218 2, 56 | serve justice"; so also, the irascible ~and concupiscible powers, 219 2, 56 | ruled by the soul, and the irascible and ~concupiscible powers 220 2, 56 | but in the soul. But the irascible and concupiscible ~powers 221 2, 56 | that the "reason rules the irascible ~and concupiscible powers 222 2, 56 | there be some virtues in the irascible and ~concupiscible powers, 223 2, 56 | vi, 2,5). But that the irascible and concupiscible powers 224 2, 56 | the passions are in the irascible and ~concupiscible powers, 225 2, 56 | virtue is subjected in the ~irascible and concupiscible powers 226 2, 56 | But the will moves the irascible and concupiscible powers. 227 2, 56 | in the will than in the irascible ~and concupiscible powers.~ 228 2, 56 | Reply OBJ 2: Not only the irascible and concupiscible powers 229 2, 59 | appetite, which is divided into irascible and concupiscible, ~did 230 2, 60 | for some belong to the irascible, others to the ~concupiscible 231 2, 60 | On the other hand, the irascible passions are not all of 232 2, 60 | way they ~belong to the irascible part: which distinction, 233 2, 60 | magnanimity are in the irascible.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[60] A[ 234 2, 61 | of "Temperance," and the irascible faculty, subject of ~"Fortitude."~ 235 2, 66 | fortitude, which is in the irascible ~part, stands before temperance, 236 2, 67 | fortitude to be in the irascible, and temperance in the concupiscible ~ 237 2, 69 | one's ~passions, whether irascible or concupiscible. From following 238 2, 69 | concupiscible. From following the ~irascible passions man is withdrawn - 239 2, 69 | fortitude being about the ~irascible passions: poverty and mourning 240 2, 77 | when the concupiscible or irascible power is ~affected by any 241 2, 77 | it is the object of the irascible part, as stated above (Q[ 242 2, 77 | the first two, and all the irascible passions to the ~third, 243 2, 77 | into two because all the irascible passions ~conform to spiritual 244 2, 82 | above (Q[25], A[1]), all the irascible passions ~are reducible 245 2, 84 | OBJ 2: Fear and hope are irascible passions. Now all the passions ~ 246 2, 84 | all the passions ~of the irascible part arise from passions 247 2, 85 | will, where justice is, the irascible, the subject of ~fortitude, 248 2, 85 | malice; in so far as the irascible is ~deprived of its order 249 2, 85 | fortitude which pertains to the irascible.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[85] A[ 250 2, 92 | that the virtue of the irascible and concupiscible faculties 251 2, 94 | of the concupiscible and irascible parts, in so far as they ~ 252 2, 100 | through disorder of the irascible ~part. But some precepts 253 2, 100 | forbidding the disorders of the irascible faculty. Therefore it ~seems 254 2, 100 | all the passions of the ~irascible faculty arise from the passions 255 2, 100 | need for mention of the irascible ~passions, but only of the 256 2, 17 | of the will, but of the ~irascible. Therefore hope is not in 257 2, 17 | not in the will but in the irascible.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[18] A[ 258 2, 17 | sensitive which is divided into irascible and ~concupiscible, and 259 2, 17 | appetite, of which the ~irascible is a part.~Aquin.: SMT SS 260 2, 17 | OBJ 1: The object of the irascible is an arduous sensible: 261 2, 39 | Q[25], AA[1],2), all the irascible ~passions arise from those 262 2, 48 | well-being, but also with the ~irascible power, whereby the animal 263 2, 56 | such as the ~reason, the irascible, and the concupiscible, 264 2, 56 | the reason commands the irascible and ~concupiscible, and 265 2, 56 | participation," viz. the irascible and the concupiscible, as 266 2, 56 | its subject, but in the irascible and concupiscible.~Aquin.: 267 2, 56 | and is ~divided into the irascible and the concupiscible, as 268 2, 56 | justice cannot be in ~the irascible or concupiscible as its 269 2, 56 | Reply OBJ 3: Not only the irascible and concupiscible parts 270 2, 56 | in the concupiscible and irascible. Now these powers are appetitive ~ 271 2, 56 | fortitude, which are in the irascible and ~concupiscible parts. 272 2, 106 | reason animals have the irascible power ~distinct from the 273 2, 121 | fortitude is a virtue of the ~irascible faculty that is not easily 274 2, 123 | A[1]), fear is in the irascible faculty which is a part 275 2, 126 | which is the ~object of the irascible faculty, that is perfected 276 2, 127 | For magnanimity is ~in the irascible faculty, as its very name 277 2, 127 | and "mind" denotes the irascible part, as ~appears from De 278 2, 127 | i.e. the concupiscible and ~irascible parts. But honor is a concupiscible 279 2, 127 | added, ~they belong to the irascible. Thus it is that magnanimity 280 2, 132 | like fortitude, in the ~irascible. Yet magnificence falls 281 2, 132 | magnanimity, is apparently in ~the irascible part.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[134] 282 2, 134 | and thus it is in the irascible. But patience seems to be ~ 283 2, 134 | fortitude is properly ~in the irascible, while patience is in the 284 2, 135 | like fortitude, is in the ~irascible.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[137] A[ 285 2, 139 | and the passions of the irascible presuppose the passions 286 2, 139 | principal passion in the irascible. But ~the objects of desires 287 2, 153 | the concupiscible ~and the irascible. Now continence is not in 288 2, 153 | nor again is it in the ~irascible, because it is not properly 289 2, 153 | about the passions of the ~irascible, as stated above (A[2], 290 2, 156 | and gives its name to the irascible power, as stated above ( 291 2, 156 | act of a power, namely the irascible; wherefore ~Jerome says 292 2, 156 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: The irascible power in man is naturally 293 2, 158 | things pertaining to the irascible and ~concupiscible faculties. 294 2, 159 | would seem to be in the irascible, just as pride which is 295 2, 159 | although humility ~is in the irascible as its subject, it is assigned 296 2, 160 | subject of pride is the irascible faculty?~Aquin.: SMT SS 297 2, 160 | subject of pride is not the irascible ~faculty. For Gregory says ( 298 2, 160 | truth pertains, not to the irascible but to the rational ~faculty. 299 2, 160 | Therefore pride is not in the irascible.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[162] A[ 300 2, 160 | observation ~pertains not to the irascible but to the rational faculty.~ 301 2, 160 | off from God." Now the ~irascible, since it is a part of the 302 2, 160 | Therefore pride cannot be in the irascible.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[162] A[ 303 2, 160 | But love is not in the ~irascible, but in the concupiscible. 304 2, 160 | Therefore pride is not in the ~irascible.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[162] A[ 305 2, 160 | Now fear belongs to the irascible. Therefore pride is in the ~ 306 2, 160 | Therefore pride is in the ~irascible.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[162] A[ 307 2, 160 | pertain in some way to the irascible faculty. Now the irascible 308 2, 160 | irascible faculty. Now the irascible may ~be taken in two ways. 309 2, 160 | appetite. Secondly, the irascible may be taken in a broader ~ 310 2, 160 | judgment. Nevertheless the irascible understood in this broad ~ 311 2, 160 | would have to be in the irascible which is part of the sensitive ~ 312 2, 160 | subject of pride is the irascible not only strictly so called, 313 2, 160 | Reply OBJ 3: Pride is in the irascible, not only as a part of the ~ 314 3, 15 | fortitude and meekness the irascible appetite, as ~was said in 315 3, 18 | sensitive appetite are ~the irascible and concupiscible parts." 316 3, 20 | himself inasmuch as the irascible and ~concupiscible powers 317 3, 85 | vengeance seems to regard the irascible faculty, since ~anger is 318 3, 85 | that penance is in ~the irascible part.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[85] 319 3, 85 | passion, belongs to ~the irascible appetite, but to desire 320 Suppl, 67| the corruption of their irascible appetite. Even ~so they 321 Suppl, 70| intelligence, the concupiscible and irascible powers." ~Now sense, imagination, 322 Suppl, 70| imagination, concupiscible and irascible are sensitive powers. ~Therefore 323 Suppl, 70| and the concupiscible and irascible ~faculties) "according to 324 Suppl, 70| concupiscible, and the irascible are sensitive powers. Therefore 325 Suppl, 70| Philosopher (De Anima iii, 9) the ~irascible and concupiscible are in 326 Suppl, 70| separated souls, are in the ~irascible and concupiscible. Therefore 327 Suppl, 92| concupiscible, and ~fruition to the irascible, seeing that this fruition 328 Suppl, 92| said properly, because the irascible and ~concupiscible powers 329 Suppl, 93| the highest act of the ~irascible power is to overcome even


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