Appetition

Appetition, or appetite, is a longing for or seeking after something. It is one of the two aspects of desire, the other being volition. Aristotle makes the distinction as follows: ...
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Appetition

(Lat. ad + petere, to seek) The internal drive which in the Leibnizian psychology effects the passage from one perception to another. Leibniz, The Monodology, § 15. -- L.W. To Spinoza, appetition is conscious desire. It is the essence of man insofar as he is conceived as determined to act by any of his affections. -- J.M.
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Appetition

• (n.) Desire; a longing for, or seeking after, something.
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Appetition

Ap`pe·ti'tion noun [ Latin appetitio : confer French appétition .] Desire; a longing for, or seeking after, something. Holland.
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appetition

Desire directed toward a definite goal or object. ... Origin: L. Appetitio, strong desire ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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