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19: The Emotions and vol. 20: Pleasure (New York: McGrawHill; London: Eyre and Spottiswoode, 1967, 1975). emotions and psychological health in aquinas 27 corporalis) that encompasses phenomena that we would hesitate to describe as emotions, such as itches, pangs, hunger, and thirst. 25 Within his category of affection there are two subgroups. First, there are passions of the soul, which are movements of the sense appetite, and therefore involve both the body and the soul. We share these in common with animals.
Whereas Albert’s view of the passions as qualities implicitly emphasizes their receptivity and how they color our experience of the world, Aquinas also emphasizes the way the passions carry us toward our telos. His commitment to an unpopular position suggests that he found the analogy of movement particularly illuminating, and further indicates that seeing the passions as active expressions of the sense appetite’s inclinations is more central to his conception of the passions than their passivity.
6 When his writings are considered under the rubric of emotion—a modern concept considerably broader than the ancient and medieval concept of passion—the scope of his achievement becomes even more impressive. Nonetheless, despite renewed interest in emotion among contemporary philosophers and theologians, Aquinas’s account of emotion remains neglected. 8 In his book Aquinas on Mind, Anthony Kenny criticizes Aquinas’s 5 See Boyle, “Setting of the Summa,” Torrell, The Person and his Work, 142–59; and Gondreau, Passions of Christ’s Soul, 22, 45–46, 107–10.