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beatitudes 104
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beauty 159
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160 internal
160 possession
160 regarding
159 beauty
159 ends
159 fulfilled
159 paradise
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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beauty

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1 1, 5 | Goodness is praised as beauty." But beauty has the aspect 2 1, 5 | praised as beauty." But beauty has the aspect of a formal ~ 3 1, 5 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Beauty and goodness in a thing 4 1, 5 | consequently goodness is praised as beauty. But they differ logically, ~ 5 1, 5 | thing). On the other hand, beauty ~relates to the cognitive 6 1, 5 | please when seen. Hence beauty consists in due proportion; 7 1, 5 | similarity relates ~to form, beauty properly belongs to the 8 1, 12 | right to say so, the whole ~beauty of God." But if a reflection 9 1, 13 | only that the field in the beauty of its ~flowering is like 10 1, 13 | its ~flowering is like the beauty of the human smile by proportionate ~ 11 1, 19 | is built up the admirable beauty ~of the universe, wherein 12 1, 19 | appertains to the perfection and beauty of the universe, for this 13 1, 19 | towards the perfection and beauty of ~the universe, except 14 1, 23 | causes, in order that the beauty of ~order may be preserved 15 1, 25 | all consists the wondrous ~beauty of the universe." Therefore 16 1, 36 | creatures produced, the ~beauty of the divine wisdom is 17 1, 39 | form; ~as the health and beauty of a man belongs to the 18 1, 39 | a principle." Species or beauty has a likeness to ~the property 19 1, 39 | property of the Son. For beauty includes three conditions, ~" 20 1, 47 | to be an ornament to its ~beauty, nor for the benefit of 21 1, 48 | 11) that the ~"admirable beauty of the universe is made 22 1, 66 | but the absence of that beauty and ~comeliness which are 23 1, 66 | text of Genesis a threefold beauty ~was wanting to corporeal 24 1, 66 | be ~without form. For the beauty of light was wanting to 25 1, 66 | deep." And the earth lacked beauty in two ways: first, ~that 26 1, 66 | in two ways: first, ~that beauty which it acquired when its 27 1, 69 | distinction and of perfect beauty, and in respect of these ~ 28 1, 70 | giving them the ~order and beauty due to them, as other holy 29 1, 39 | form; ~as the health and beauty of a man belongs to the 30 1, 39 | a principle." Species or beauty has a likeness to ~the property 31 1, 39 | property of the Son. For beauty includes three conditions, ~" 32 1, 48 | to be an ornament to its ~beauty, nor for the benefit of 33 1, 49 | 11) that the ~"admirable beauty of the universe is made 34 1, 67 | but the absence of that beauty and ~comeliness which are 35 1, 67 | text of Genesis a threefold beauty ~was wanting to corporeal 36 1, 67 | be ~without form. For the beauty of light was wanting to 37 1, 67 | deep." And the earth lacked beauty in two ways: first, ~that 38 1, 67 | in two ways: first, ~that beauty which it acquired when its 39 1, 70 | distinction and of perfect beauty, and in respect of these ~ 40 1, 71 | giving them the ~order and beauty due to them, as other holy 41 1, 77 | The eye desireth favor and beauty, but ~more than these green 42 1, 90 | material, because this very beauty would be an ~obstacle to 43 1, 90 | alone takes pleasure in the beauty of sensible objects for ~ 44 1, 95 | above others; so that the beauty of order would the more 45 1, 107 | contemplation in God of the beauty of the Divine order; and 46 2, 4 | for ~its well-being: thus, beauty of body and keenness of 47 2, 15 | and perfects it, just as ~beauty perfects youth" [*oion tois 48 2, 26 | Dionysius says (Div. Nom. iv), ~"Beauty and goodness are beloved 49 2, 27 | Thus it is evident that beauty ~adds to goodness a relation 50 2, 27 | contemplation of spiritual beauty or goodness is the beginning 51 2, 49 | but natural, as health, beauty, and the like. ~Moreover, 52 2, 49 | nature of thing, concern beauty; while heat ~and cold, according 53 2, 49 | and so are leanness and ~beauty. But these do not indicate 54 2, 49 | such things as health, ~beauty, and so forth, which imply 55 2, 50 | And in this way health and beauty and such like ~are called 56 2, 50 | 17, he expressly mentions beauty and health among habits.~ 57 2, 50 | to nature, as health and beauty. But whereas by man's reason 58 2, 54 | proportion to nature, is ~beauty: and thus there are several 59 2, 55 | iv) that as health and beauty ~belong to the body, so 60 2, 55 | the soul. But health and beauty ~are not operative habits. 61 2, 55 | soul, is like ~health and beauty, which are suitable dispositions 62 2, 77 | according to Dan. 13:56: "Beauty hath deceived thee." ~Therefore 63 2, 89 | multiplied, they destroy the beauty of our souls so as to deprive 64 2, 89 | but the loss of the soul's beauty. Therefore venial sins cause 65 2, 102 | was set up to enhance the beauty of the temple, for the ~ 66 2, 105 | Israel is commended for the beauty of its ~order (Num. 24:5): " 67 2, 110 | says: "Grace is a certain beauty of soul, which wins the ~ 68 2, 110 | wins the ~Divine love." But beauty of soul is a quality, even 69 2, 110 | soul is a quality, even as beauty of body. ~Therefore grace 70 2, 112 | variously, in ~order that the beauty and perfection of the Church 71 2, 32 | But God is goodness and beauty itself. Therefore He is ~ 72 2, 45 | written (Dan. ~13:56): "Beauty hath deceived thee, and 73 2, 92 | creatures, on account of their beauty or power, ~wherefore it 74 2, 113 | Praise not a man for his beauty"; ~or because there may 75 2, 139 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Although beauty is becoming to every virtue, 76 2, 139 | is what we understand by ~beauty, as attested by Dionysius ( 77 2, 139 | defile him. In consequence beauty is a foremost attribute ~ 78 2, 139 | more pleasurable, such as beauty and adornment in woman, 79 2, 139 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Honor and beauty are especially ascribed 80 2, 140 | repugnant to man's clarity or beauty; inasmuch as the ~pleasures 81 2, 140 | which all the clarity and beauty of virtue arises: wherefore 82 2, 141 | whereby one loves ~the beauty of temperance. For, as stated 83 2, 143 | denotes moral ~goodness, so beauty stands for moral beauty];~( 84 2, 143 | beauty stands for moral beauty];~(3) Its relation with 85 2, 143 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, beauty requires a certain clarity, 86 2, 143 | above (A[1]). ~But a certain beauty is contrary to virtue, wherefore 87 2, 143 | 16:15): "Trusting in thy beauty thou playest the harlot 88 2, 143 | Dionysius (Div. Nom. ~iv), beauty or comeliness results from 89 2, 143 | the universe." Hence the beauty ~of the body consists in 90 2, 143 | In like manner spiritual beauty ~consists in a man's conduct 91 2, 143 | is the same as spiritual beauty." Hence Augustine says ~( 92 2, 143 | honesty I mean intelligible beauty, which we ~properly designate 93 2, 143 | as it implies spiritual beauty, is an object of ~desire, 94 2, 143 | argument applies to the beauty of the body: although ~it 95 2, 143 | because of one's spiritual beauty, according to Ezech. 28: 96 2, 143 | heart was lifted up with thy beauty, thou hast lost thy wisdom 97 2, 143 | lost thy wisdom in thy ~beauty."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[145] 98 2, 143 | far as it has a certain ~beauty through being regulated 99 2, 143 | account of its ~spiritual beauty: while it is said to be 100 2, 143 | is a kind of spiritual ~beauty. Now the disgraceful is 101 2, 150 | of Divine things, for the beauty and welfare of the ~whole 102 2, 150 | follows that surpassing beauty is ascribed to ~chastity. 103 2, 150 | Can anyone esteem ~any beauty greater than a virgin's, 104 2, 151 | according to Dan. 13:56, "Beauty hath deceived thee, ~and 105 2, 161 | Yet the very goodness and beauty of the ~fruit was not their 106 2, 166 | pertains to the spiritual beauty of the soul, ~according 107 2, 166 | 1/1~On the contrary, The beauty of honesty [*Cf. Q[145], 108 2, 166 | movements pertains to the beauty of ~honesty. For Ambrose 109 2, 166 | gracefulness of conduct and beauty of honesty." Therefore ~ 110 2, 166 | says (De Offic. i, 18): "Beauty of conduct consists in ~ 111 2, 167 | be added to increase its beauty." ~Therefore there can be 112 2, 167 | thing to counterfeit a ~beauty one has not, and another 113 2, 178 | are ~aflame to gaze on His beauty. And since everyone delights 114 2, 178 | contemplative life gives beauty to the soul," wherefore 115 2, 178 | beautiful ~countenance." Now the beauty of the soul consists in 116 2, 178 | 3 Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 3: Beauty, as stated above (Q[145], 117 2, 178 | both the light that makes beauty seen, and the ~establishing 118 2, 178 | of the reason, there is beauty ~in it by its very nature 119 2, 178 | I became a lover of her beauty."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[180] 120 2, 178 | 2/2~On the other hand, beauty is in the moral virtues 121 2, 179 | with love for their hidden beauty." But this pertains to ~ 122 2, 181 | belongs to the dignity and beauty of the Church, ~which consist 123 2, 181 | perfection, action, and beauty; ~and according to these 124 2, 181 | order of ecclesiastical beauty: and thus we distinguish 125 2, 182 | Church ~derives a certain beauty from the variety of states [* 126 3, 6 | marriage on account of her beauty, which makes a woman's fittingness ~ 127 3, 6 | marriage tie, yet when her beauty passes away, the marriage 128 3, 28 | surpassed the whole world in beauty and dignity: ~since she 129 3, 41 | to boast not only of the beauty and splendor of ~material 130 3, 54 | them; and a certain kind of beauty will shine ~in them, in 131 3, 54 | tissue, still the greater beauty of glory compensates for 132 3, 76 | shall see the king in his beauty." It seems, ~then, that 133 3, 87 | grace which is the spiritual beauty of the soul. ~Therefore 134 3, 87 | of something required for beauty, e.g. the right color ~or 135 3, 87 | introduction of some ~hindrance to beauty, e.g. mud or dust; so too, 136 3, 87 | by the privation of the beauty of grace through mortal ~ 137 Suppl, 34| v). Wherefore that ~this beauty might not be lacking to 138 Suppl, 72| their own ~perfection and beauty. Hence it does not follow 139 Suppl, 72| and ~moon wonder at His beauty": and this does not imply 140 Suppl, 72| passeth away," says: "The beauty of this world ~will perish 141 Suppl, 72| passeth away," says: "The beauty, not the substance, passeth." 142 Suppl, 79| more glorious. A certain beauty will shine in ~them, a beauty 143 Suppl, 79| beauty will shine in ~them, a beauty though in the body, yet 144 Suppl, 81| may be refreshed by the beauty of the ~variety of creatures, 145 Suppl, 82| Dei xxii, 3), "the body's beauty is harmony of parts with 146 Suppl, 82| glorified bodies to ~lack beauty. Therefore the glorified 147 Suppl, 87| shall see the King in his beauty." Therefore He ~will not 148 Suppl, 88| since ~it is their chief beauty.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[91] A[ 149 Suppl, 88| by their comeliness and ~beauty, which show forth the wisdom 150 Suppl, 88| By the greatness of the beauty and ~of the creature, the 151 Suppl, 88| known ~thereby." And the beauty of the heavenly bodies consists 152 Suppl, 88| glory of the stars ~is the beauty of heaven, the Lord enlighteneth 153 Suppl, 91| Reply OBJ 2: Although the beauty of the thing seen conduces 154 Suppl, 93| by nobility and bodily ~beauty and so forth, and yet it 155 Suppl, 93| virginity has a ~special beauty of its own, and consequently 156 Suppl, 93| more glorious. A certain beauty will shine in them, a beauty, 157 Suppl, 93| beauty will shine in them, a beauty, though in ~the body, yet 158 Suppl, 93| observed, ~however, that the beauty of the scars which will 159 Suppl, 95| cause of ~all goodness and beauty is beloved of all." But


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