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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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enjoy

    Part, Question
1 1, 10 | angels, and the blessed, who enjoy the Word, because "as regards ~ 2 1, 12 | Neither, again, do we always enjoy ~what we possess; either 3 1, 12 | and possessing Him, they enjoy Him as the ultimate ~fulfilment 4 1, 19 | to be man that he might enjoy Him, or for ~the completion 5 1, 26 | blessed. Therefore, since we enjoy God in ~respect to our intellect, 6 1, 38 | what we ~can freely use or enjoy as we please: and in this 7 1, 38 | a way as ~to be able to enjoy the divine person, and to 8 1, 38 | and can use or rather enjoy Himself; as also a free 9 1, 39 | including also the sense of "to ~enjoy"; according as "to use" 10 1, 39 | beck of the ~will, and "to enjoy" means to use joyfully, 11 1, 39 | whereby the Father and the Son enjoy each other, agrees ~with 12 1, 39 | But the "use" by which we ~enjoy God, is likened to the property 13 1, 43 | what we can freely use or enjoy: and ~to have the power 14 1, 43 | created gift itself, but ~enjoy also the divine person Himself; 15 1, 58 | eternity of the Word, they enjoy holy and devout ~contemplation." 16 1, 62 | be possible for anyone to enjoy beatitude, and at the same ~ 17 1, 64 | to the holy angels, who enjoy a participated eternity ~ 18 1, 38 | what we ~can freely use or enjoy as we please: and in this 19 1, 38 | a way as ~to be able to enjoy the divine person, and to 20 1, 38 | and can use or rather enjoy Himself; as also a free 21 1, 39 | including also the sense of "to ~enjoy"; according as "to use" 22 1, 39 | beck of the ~will, and "to enjoy" means to use joyfully, 23 1, 39 | whereby the Father and the Son enjoy each other, agrees ~with 24 1, 39 | But the "use" by which we ~enjoy God, is likened to the property 25 1, 43 | what we can freely use or enjoy: and ~to have the power 26 1, 43 | created gift itself, but ~enjoy also the divine person Himself; 27 1, 59 | eternity of the Word, they enjoy holy and devout ~contemplation." 28 1, 63 | be possible for anyone to enjoy beatitude, and at the same ~ 29 1, 65 | to the holy angels, who enjoy a participated eternity ~ 30 1, 78 | which are of one species enjoy in common the ~action which 31 1, 78 | species. Wherefore all men enjoy in common ~the power which 32 1, 88 | world who are less good enjoy knowledge ~denied to others 33 1, 93 | paradise man was accustomed to enjoy the words of God; and by 34 1, 94 | more ~perfectly shall we enjoy God. Secondly, the degree 35 1, 105 | do the holy angels, who enjoy the plenitude of ~participation 36 1, 107 | But the ~superior angels enjoy a certain excellence, as 37 1, 107 | For there are some who enjoy the dignity of being able ~ 38 1, 108 | belongs to the creatures who enjoy God, as the ~holy angels; 39 2, 3 | the ~intemperate man is to enjoy something pleasurable. In 40 2, 4 | For the soul desires to enjoy God in such a way ~that 41 2, 4 | that they shall see and enjoy ~God, but also that their 42 2, 11 | inquiry:~(1) Whether to enjoy is an act of the appetitive 43 2, 11 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether to enjoy is an act of the appetitive 44 2, 11 | 1: It would seem that to enjoy belongs not only to the 45 2, 11 | appetitive ~power. For to enjoy seems nothing else than 46 2, 11 | Happiness. ~Therefore to enjoy is not an act of the appetitive 47 2, 11 | its fruit. ~Therefore to enjoy belongs to each power, and 48 2, 11 | De Trin. x, ~10,11): "To enjoy is to adhere lovingly to 49 2, 11 | power. Therefore also to enjoy is an ~act of the appetitive 50 2, 11 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether to enjoy belongs to the rational 51 2, 11 | 1: It would seem that to enjoy belongs to men alone. For 52 2, 11 | it is given to us men to enjoy and ~to use." Therefore 53 2, 11 | Therefore other animals cannot enjoy.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[11] A[ 54 2, 11 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, to enjoy relates to the last end. 55 2, 11 | Therefore it is not for them to enjoy.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[11] A[ 56 2, 11 | sensitive. ~If, therefore, to enjoy belongs to the sensitive 57 2, 11 | sensitive appetite cannot enjoy: and accordingly enjoyment 58 2, 11 | suppose that even beasts enjoy their food and any bodily 59 2, 11 | was stated above (A[1]) to enjoy is not the act of the ~power 60 2, 11 | suppose that even beasts enjoy," that is, as it would be, 61 2, 11 | 20): "Yea, brother, may I enjoy thee in the Lord." ~But 62 2, 11 | in a man. ~Therefore to enjoy is not only of the last 63 2, 11 | OBJ 2: Further, what we enjoy is the fruit. But the Apostle 64 2, 11 | and I love to love. But to enjoy is an act of the will: since ~" 65 2, 11 | is the will with which we enjoy," as Augustine says (De 66 2, 11 | x, 11): "A man does not enjoy ~that which he desires for 67 2, 11 | one is properly said to enjoy. ~But that which is delightful 68 2, 11 | but we cannot be said to enjoy it ~properly or as though 69 2, 11 | De Trin. x, 10) that "we enjoy what we know, when the ~ 70 2, 11 | if he had ~said, 'May I enjoy thee,' without adding 'in 71 2, 11 | he implied his desire to enjoy Him": as if we were to ~ 72 2, 11 | not as though we are to enjoy them as our last end. Or 73 2, 11 | same ~enjoyment whereby we enjoy God, and whereby we enjoy 74 2, 11 | enjoy God, and whereby we enjoy our enjoyment of ~God. And 75 2, 11 | De Trin. x, 1) that "to enjoy is to use joyfully, with ~ 76 2, 11 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, to enjoy is to lay hold of the fruit. 77 2, 11 | 1/1~On the contrary, "to enjoy is to adhere lovingly to 78 2, 11 | Therefore it is possible to enjoy the end even though it be 79 2, 11 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, To enjoy implies a certain relation 80 2, 16 | animals. For ~it is better to enjoy than to use, because, as 81 2, 16 | something else which we are ~to enjoy." But enjoyment is to be 82 2, 16 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: To enjoy implies the absolute movement 83 2, 28 | that he has, he seeks to enjoy something ~outside himself. 84 2, 33 | heart to it that he ~may enjoy it perfectly.~Aquin.: SMT 85 2, 37 | that which it wishes to ~enjoy. And if the evil which is 86 2, 39 | that which it was wont to enjoy, or had ~hoped to enjoy? 87 2, 39 | enjoy, or had ~hoped to enjoy? And this is all that is 88 2, 55 | enjoying what we ought to enjoy, and using what ~we ought 89 2, 67 | 1:33: "He . . . ~shall enjoy abundance without fear of 90 2, 70 | says (De Trin. x, 10), "we enjoy ~[*'Fruimur', from which 91 2, 71 | in using what we should enjoy, and in enjoying what ~we 92 2, 74 | desires nevertheless to enjoy them." But no man is ~lost 93 2, 78 | lustful man would wish to enjoy a pleasure without ~offending 94 2, 88 | a mutable good. Now "to ~enjoy what we should use is human 95 2, 105 | men, ~who are not fit to enjoy power in matters pertaining 96 2, 109 | to operate rightly and to enjoy God; ~and this preparation 97 2, 1 | sight of which we shall enjoy in eternal life, and ~by 98 2, 17 | hope for?" Now the blessed enjoy the sight of God. Therefore 99 2, 18 | Further, just as man hopes to enjoy God and to obtain favors 100 2, 18 | hope whereby we hope to enjoy God, and to receive ~other 101 2, 18 | 1:33): "He . . . shall enjoy abundance, without fear 102 2, 18 | referring to those who already enjoy ~wisdom in everlasting happiness. 103 2, 19 | depart from God, but to enjoy ~carnal pleasure, the result 104 2, 24 | our bodies are unable to enjoy God by knowing and ~loving 105 2, 25 | God as much as he loves to enjoy God. But a ~man loves himself 106 2, 25 | himself as much as he loves to enjoy God; since this is the ~ 107 2, 25 | 3: That a man wishes to enjoy God pertains to that love 108 2, 25 | realized ~simply when man shall enjoy God perfectly. But, as regards 109 2, 26 | De Doctr. Christ. i), to enjoy ~is to cleave to something 110 2, 27 | whereby we look forward to enjoy the Divine ~good, although 111 2, 44 | simply, ~for he would wish to enjoy the pleasure without sin.~ 112 2, 64 | they think that those who enjoy the use of the above ~things, 113 2, 80 | in those who do not yet enjoy God fully, according to 114 2, 81 | in Purgatory, do not yet ~enjoy the vision of the Word, 115 2, 81 | secondly, by willing to ~enjoy His glory. The first belongs 116 2, 81 | eternal good that we merit to enjoy. Yet prayer proceeds ~from 117 2, 112 | others, but that they may enjoy others' gladness. Accordingly, 118 2, 122 | opportunity, yet ~the peace we enjoy is not without its martyrdom, 119 2, 136 | where a man is accustomed to enjoy pleasures, it is more ~difficult 120 2, 137 | of fortitude there is to enjoy full security from toil 121 2, 137 | since those who desire to enjoy true ~goods, and wish to 122 2, 151 | pleasures a man desires to ~enjoy, while on the other hand 123 2, 161 | 13) that "he wished to enjoy his own power rather than 124 2, 166 | do not ~allow children to enjoy absolute freedom in their 125 2, 173 | angels and the holy ~souls enjoy the contemplation of God: 126 2, 181 | the state of those who enjoy spiritual freedom.~Aquin.: 127 3, 15 | which belongs to such as enjoy and ~understand, the fulness 128 3, 15 | bodies ~are in the tomb, enjoy beatitude in their souls, 129 3, 27 | just as neither do children enjoy the use ~of free will as 130 3, 37 | the children of God will enjoy "perfect peace" ~under " 131 3, 46 | Christ's entire soul did not enjoy blessed ~fruition during 132 3, 46 | His whole soul could not enjoy fruition.~Aquin.: SMT TP 133 3, 46 | Christ's ~whole soul did not enjoy fruition.~Aquin.: SMT TP 134 3, 46 | inasmuch as it was blessed, ~to enjoy fruition, His Passion did 135 3, 46 | then His whole soul did enjoy ~fruition, inasmuch as it 136 3, 46 | to which it belongs, to enjoy the Godhead: so that as 137 3, 46 | His entire soul did not enjoy fruition: not ~directly, 138 3, 52 | all are said ~to be who enjoy the Divine glory. Accordingly, 139 3, 79 | this sacrament, than to ~enjoy Him in His own species, 140 3, 80 | same way as the angels ~enjoy it; and since the means 141 3, 80 | eating whereby the angels enjoy Christ in ~heaven. Consequently, 142 3, 80 | principally, since they ~enjoy Him in his proper species; 143 Suppl, 52| both freeman and bondsman enjoy the same ~liberty to marry 144 Suppl, 53| ecclesiastical benefices, ~and can enjoy equally the privilege of 145 Suppl, 53| ecclesiastical benefice, nor enjoy the privilege of clergy, 146 Suppl, 69| that ~whereas now they enjoy only the happiness of the 147 Suppl, 69| soul, afterwards they ~will enjoy also that of the body, so 148 Suppl, 92| 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, we enjoy God by love and vision only, 149 Suppl, 92| since "we are said ~to enjoy those things which we love 150 Suppl, 93| signification we ~are said to enjoy [frui] God perfectly in 151 Suppl, 93| opportunity, yet the peace we enjoy is not without its martyrdom; 152 Suppl, 94| lest the wicked should enjoy this light in the midst 153 Appen1, 2| wickedness consists, in ~that "we enjoy what we should use," as


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