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human person test

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vegetative soul
refers to the power of the soul which enable it to grow, nourish itself, and reproduce.only plants
rational soul
(OUR soul!) includes all other souls. Also has powers of will and intellect
sensitive soul
(animals-humans are animals and MOST sensitive) Power: 5 senses, some are incomplete. Power of innersenses, locomotion and includes vegetative powers
phantasm
something existing in perception only
internal senses
sensations conveyed by painful, neutral, and pleasurable sensory information from the bones, joints, and muscles
percept
the representation of what is perceived
faculty
to make; a power of the soul that produces certain operations.
introspection
the contemplation of your own thoughts and desires and conduct
proper object
the end of a goal of a power of a soul
consiciousness
be aware of
immaterial
Something that you can't perceived with your senses
Concupiscible appetite:
Goods as desirable or not desirable.
Irascible appetite
Goods that are difficult to attain.
appetition
A natural desire
sense appetites
an active tendency within a being towards an object that the senses present to it. "Concupiscible and Irascible appetites"
psychosomatic
"soul" and soma, "body"; having to do with the body-soul union.
naturally good
not choosing a side.
morally neutral
to do with human activities that are free and that are in conformity to God's will.
five external senses
sight, touch, smell, taste, hearing
the four internal senses
Common sense, Imagination, Memory, Estimative/cogitative sense
Common sense
sound practical judgment
Imagination
the ability to recall something in the mind
memory
to think of something that happened in the past
estimative/cogitative
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Locomotion
the act of moving from one place to another
End
A goal for which a knowing being strives.