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Irascible passion

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Hey Guys—



I have a friend who is an honest to God professor of philosophy,

specializing in St. Thomas Acquinas.  Acquinas lived in the mid
1200’s and left an enormous amount of influential writing that is
still studied today.


My friend was telling me about a lecture he was giving at a

prestigious university, and mentioned something called “irascible
passion.”  Curious, I asked him to explain it.


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Essentially Acquinas defined “irascible passion” as the kind of

passion you have to bring up in yourself, not the kind of passion
that springs forth when you get excited about something.  In fact,
it is the type of passion you have to “gin up” when you’re NOT
excited about something.


For example, whenever tax time comes around (and it thankfully left

for another year) I have to get myself motivated in order to get
something I hate doing done by a deadline.  I am not excited about
it, I’m unhappy about it, and there are 18 other things I’d rather
be doing.  But it has to be done or there are consequences, and
that’s when I call on my “irascible passion.”


Ever since he explained it to me, I’ve found the concept to be

quite useful.  When there’s work I don’t feel like doing, or a phone
call I don’t feel like making, I mentally remind myself to get up
my irascible passion and I get it done.


This concept would have been quite useful to me when I was younger.  

Although I most certainly liked women, I had an irrational fear of
calling them on the phone.  It was illogical, but it was there and
often that prevented me from acting.  But being consciously aware
of irascible passion would have, in many instances, put me over
the edge and made me call, getting me many more girls than the
zero I got once upon a time.


Irascible passion is, of course, useful in all areas of life,

because for the exception of eating and partying and sleeping and
entertainment, there are things you just don’t feel like doing.


You don’t feel like working out, you don’t feel like eating right,

you don’t feel like paying your bills, you don’t feel like going
to work, you don’t feel like getting out of bed, and so on.  But
you have to do it, and when you are consciously aware of irascible
passion, you can call on it to get you going.


This is one of the most useful concepts I’ve come across in awhile,

further proof that human nature is unchanging.  A philosopher from
the mid 1200’s had issues getting things done, just like everyone
does today.  So he invented a useful concept, and it is just as
useful today as it was 750 years ago.


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On with the fun…



-John Alanis

“The King of Let ‘em Come to You”


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