pathema

pa·the·ma

(pă-thē'mă),
Obsolete term for a disease or morbid condition.
[G. pathēma, suffering]

pathema

An obsolete, nonspecific term for any disease, morbid condition or state.
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Ahora bien, pathema viene del verbo pascho, padecer, una de las categorias aristotelicas, en contraposicion de ago, actuar.
After reviewing the prehistory of love and/or potions from the Odyssean Helen and the Sophoclean Deianeira, Crismani discusses the manifestations of love as pathos and as pathema (p.
Representation is the pathema or the corresponding passion which occurs in the psyche.
Une histoire de ces mots montre que le champ semantique de ce qui en Grec est pathema se trouve traduit, en latin, par le vocabulaire du << trouble >> (perturbatio) et, surtout, du << mouvement >> (motus).
Modrak now uses the foregoing results to explain De Interpretatione's Likeness Thesis along the following lines: The pathema or mental sign is the phantasma used by thought to grasp a logos.