10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «IRASCIBILITY»
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in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to irascibility
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Dāwūd Ibn Marwān Al-Muqammiṣ's Twenty Chapters: (ʻIshrūn Maqāla)
The two defects of irascibility are folly26 and timidity: these two are the opposite
of courage - the courage to fight evil and to take the initiative in doing good27 -
which is the virtue of irascibility. (15) When passion and irascibility are
The Treatment of Disease in TCM: Diseases of the head and ...
Irascibility. (Shan. Nu). This refers to an emotional disposition of easily becoming
incensed or, in other words, to a hot temper which is not under one's conscious
control. Disease causes, disease mechanisms: 1. Liver depression, qi stagnation
Philippe Sionneau, Lü Gang, 1996
Now when you pray as you ought, situations will happen to you suchthat you
deem it entirely justified to make use of irascibility. Butno angerat allagainstone's
neighbouris justified. If you enquire further,you will find thatitis possible toresolve
Animals as Religious Subjects: Transdisciplinary Perspectives
Evagrius frequently employs the image of a guard dog who barks at the approach
of an intruder in order to illustrate the spiritual use of irascibility (θύμος): 8.
Irascibility (Θυμός) is a power of the soul, destructive of thoughts (φθαρτικὴ ...
Celia Deane-Drummond, Becky Artinian-Kaiser, David L. Clough, 2013
Evagrius of Pontus:The Greek Ascetic Corpus
obstacle to advancement in the gnostic life and pure prayer.11 When the ascetic
has achieved control over his irascibility and acquired the virtue of gentleness,
this is effectively the equivalent of mastery over the demons, for there is no virtue
Robert E. Sinkewicz, 2003
Doing Justice: Knowing God, Volume 4:
Our single, fundamental, underlying drive towards organization therefore also
expresses itself in a capacityfor irascibility: thedrive to fight and/or flee.Itisour
irascibility which gives us the fight to pursue goods which are won onlyata cost, ...
Maimonides and Spinoza: Their Conflicting Views of Human Nature
He adds to irascibility other moral habits, which could be considered vices only
by analogy, namely, ”anxiety and grief." Although anger can be caused by
external events, anxiety and grief are more obviously the result of external events
A Qin Bowei Anthology: Clinical Essays by Master Physician ...
Nonetheless, if there is heat in the gallbladder, this symptom may also appear;
therefore, if [this symptom appears] in the absence of [other] liver symptoms, the
gallbladder should be treated.27 Irascibility Unrestrained emotional irritation and
Po-wei Chʻin, Charles Chace, Zhang Ting Liang, 1997
The Nicomachean Ethics of Aristotle
Chapter. 5. Good. temper,. irascibility,. inirascibility. Good temper isameanwith
respect to anger;the middle state being unnamed, and the
extremesalmostwithout a name as well, we place good temper in the middle
position, though it inclines ...
A Practical Dictionary of Chinese Medicine
Liver fire is characterized by red facial complexion, red eyes, dizziness, bitter
taste in the mouth, rashness, impatience, and irascibility, red tongue margins,
and rapid stringlike pulse. When the upper body signs are pronounced, it is
called liver ...
Nigel Wiseman, Ye Feng, 1998
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «IRASCIBILITY»
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The Mentalists, Wyndham's Theatre, London — review - FT.com
... but the peculiar streak of English Europhobia and irascibility it examines. But despite all this, despite the fact that it is often sharply funny and ... «Financial Times, Jul 15»
Behold our history, ye mighty, in disrepair
I won't get into the dismissive irascibility and constitutional non sequiturs that plague the former topics, but the symbolism of the Confederate ... «Pontiac Daily Leader, Jun 15»
Anger Management (Chukkat, Covenant & Conversation 5775 on …
The result is that in a moment of irascibility we can do or say things we may regret for the rest of our lives. For that reason, rules Maimonides ... «The Times of Israel, Jun 15»
The result is that in a moment of irascibility we can do or say things we may regret for the rest of our lives. For that reason, rules Maimonides ... «Arutz Sheva, Jun 15»
'Women He's Undressed': Sydney Review
Roth's irascibility does as much to conjure a glimmer of the old Hollywood as any archival clips, of which the film is stuffed. And no wonder: this ... «Hollywood Reporter, Jun 15»
Celebrating Seaga at 85
His irascibility, tendency to abuse public officials and threaten people whom he disapproves of is unbecoming of a person of his stature. «Jamaica Gleaner, Jun 15»
Lindsey Graham: America's Polarized, and It's All Hannity's Fault
But I wonder when else, in the history of controversy, there has been such consistent intemperance, insularity and irascibility as the custodians ... «NewsBusters, Jun 15»
The Killing Season: the Rudd-Gillard years go under the microscope
Ferguson acerbically, but objectively, presents us with a political universe riddled with weakness, impatience, irascibility, gullibility and ... «The Australian, Jun 15»
'Ty Cobb: A Terrible Beauty,' by Charles Leerhsen
Leerhsen's book makes a persuasive argument that at the very least, Cobb's irascibility was not motivated explicitly by race, and that certain ... «New York Times, May 15»
Tomorrowland review: George Clooney eyes the future in antidote to …
Wearing stubble and an outfit which is yet to meet a washing machine, Clooney puts in a performance veering dizzily between irascibility and ... «Sydney Morning Herald, May 15»