Commentary on Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics
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The Voluntary Fortitude and Temperance
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according actions activity anger appetitive faculty argument become belongs brave called cause cerned choice COMMENTARY OF ST commutative justice concerned concupiscence consider contrary counsel deliberate discussed effeminacy equal especially eubulia Eudoxus evident evil example exist explains external fact fear follows fortitude friends genus gives habit happens happiness Hence honor human inasmuch initial point injustice intellect intellectual virtues intemperate involuntary judge kinds of friendship Lect LECTURE legal justice liberal Likewise living magnanimous matter mean ment moral virtue natural justice nature ness Nicomachean Ethics object obvious operation opinion pain particular passions perfect person pertains Philosopher pleasant pleasure political science praise principles proper proposition prudence regard right reason sake says seems sense sensual desire shows Socrates someone sorrow soul synesis tain temperate TEXT OF ARISTOTLE third THOMAS three things timocracy tion treats true truth vice virtuous voluntary