HW5ab - HW#5A The Cardinal Virtues HW#5A THE CARDINAL...

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HW#5A The Cardinal Virtues HW#5A THE CARDINAL VIRTUES (02/03/12 for 02/07/12) Q1: A part of human motions responds to threatening or unpleasant things. It is called the __irascible__ appetite. Another part deals with the enjoyment and sorrow concerning pleasures of touch and taste and is called the __concusiple__ appetite. Q2: The emotions of fear and boldness are __not__ rational but are __susceptible__ to control by reason. Fortitude manages the emotions of __fear__ and __boldness__ that are aroused by threats against one’s life and against one’s undertakings. Q3: The emotion of boldness can reach the extreme of __foolhardiness__. The emotion of fear can reach the extreme of __cowardice__. Q4: Fortitude or __courage__ is a habit of self-mastery or of “keeping your cool.” It is the mean between rashness and __cowardice__. Q5: Fortitude deals directly or proximately with the irascible emotions (__fear and boldness__) and indirectly or remotely with the things or events that arouse __fear and boldness__. Q6: Temperance is concerned with the emotion of enjoying __sensory__ pleasure and with the emotion of __sorrow__ the absence, denial, or loss of a sensible pleasure. Q7: In the enjoyment of sensible pleasures, enjoyment to extreme of excess is called
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