Aristotle - index for METAPHYSICA Book 5 Part 21


Paragraph 1 'Affection' means:
Paragraph 2 (1) a quality in respect of which a thing can be altered, e.g. white and black, sweet and bitter, heaviness and lightness, and all others of the kind.
Paragraph 3 (2) The actualization of these - the already accomplished alterations.
Paragraph 4 (3) Especially, injurious alterations and movements, and, above all painful injuries.
Paragraph 5 (4) Misfortunes and painful experiences when on a large scale are called affections.

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