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Although Aquinas subscribes to Aristotle's thesis that practical reasonableness (phronesis, prudentia) concerns means rather than ends, he eliminates any quasi-Humeian reading of that thesis by emphasizing that what “moves” prudentia is not one's passions but one's underivative understanding of the first practical principles and of the intelligible goods to which they point (synderesis movet prudentiam: ST II-II q. 47 a. 6 ad 3).
None of the cursed philosophical Humeian indifference, 'so cold and unnatural and inhuman.'
None of the Damned philosophical Humeian indifference, so cold, and unnatural, and inhuman!
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