Based on St Maximos the Confessor’s Four Hundred Texts on Love, and the parallel passage in St Thalassios the Libyan, the diagram (click the image for a larger version) shows the concupiscent, intellectual, and irascible passions in terms of self-love – the luxuriating, self-obsessive, and acquisitive.
Also found in the Philokalia are writings on the passions by St John of Damascusm who likewise categorized the passions as intellectual (intelligent), irascible (incensive) and concupiscent (desiring), providing lists and remedies.
The fullest list of the passions — he listed all the passions he found mentioned in Scripture — is by St Peter of Damascus.
According to St Maximos, the principal vices are: stupidity (i.e. not bothering to be rational), cowardice, licentiousness, and injustice; and the principal virtues are: intelligence (i.e. using your rational mind), courage, self-restraint, and justice.