πάθος dislike, aversion of feeling).— An aversion entertained,
whether voluntarily or involuntarily, to some sensible object, or towards
another person. There is spontaneous antipathy, consequent on sensation; and
acquired or voluntarily induced antipathy, depending on sentiment (Locke, Essay,
bk. II ch. XXXIII. sects. 7, 8; Calderwood's Handbook of Moral Philosophy, p.
161; Bain's Emotions and Will, 3rd ed., p. 183; Sully, Outlines of Psychology,
p. 582).— V. SYMPATHY.