“Instruction in the liberal arts, in moderation and to the point, produces lively, persevering, and refined lovers of truth. Their aim is ardently to desire, constantly to pursue, and eventually lovingly cling to what is called, Licentius, the happy life.”
–St. Augustine (On Order I.24)
Discover the causes and effects of each passion through explanations, heroic and tragic examples, and advice for mastering.
Learn about the classical four temperaments (choleric, sanguine, melancholic, and phlegmatic) through definitions and examples.