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happiness 999
happy 152
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153 wished
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152 judges
152 nobler
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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happy

    Part, Question
1 1, 12 | God it will not ~be fully happy; which is incongruous. Therefore 2 1, 12 | and knoweth ~not Thee! but happy whoso knoweth Thee although 3 1, 19 | instinct. For our will to be happy does not ~appertain to free-will, 4 1, 21 | nature whose lot is to be happy; for misery is opposed to ~ 5 1, 26 | desires naturally to be ~happy. Now that which is most 6 1, 57 | angels, which renders them happy; it ~is the knowledge whereby 7 1, 73 | that He had made, but was happy in the ~fruition of Himself. 8 1, 73 | in Himself alone and is happy in the ~enjoyment of Himself, 9 1, 58 | angels, which renders them happy; it ~is the knowledge whereby 10 1, 72 | that He had made, but was happy in the ~fruition of Himself. 11 1, 72 | in Himself alone and is happy in the ~enjoyment of Himself, 12 1, 81 | without them a man can be ~happy: and to such the will does 13 1, 81 | desire of necessity to be happy. It is therefore clear that 14 1, 93 | same ~tastes as now, how happy must he have been in paradise, 15 1, 93 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Man was happy in paradise, but not with 16 1, 99 | De Civ. Dei xiv, 10): "Happy would have ~been the whole 17 1, 99 | Adam had attained to that happy ~state of seeing God in 18 1, 112 | the angels are perfectly ~happy. Therefore they have no 19 2, 2 | contrary, Happiness is in the happy. But honor is not in the ~ 20 2, 2 | himself to be excellent or happy.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[2] A[3] 21 2, 2 | fame can nowise make man happy.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[2] A[3] 22 2, 2 | living, intelligent and happy. And this belongs to few.~ 23 2, 2 | if they can render a man happy, there is no reason why 24 2, 2 | that the very beasts are happy too."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[2] 25 2, 2 | happiness, and ~makes man happy; but the attainment of this 26 2, 2 | happiness, ~viz. which makes man happy, is something outside his 27 2, 2 | 3: Further, man is made happy by that which lulls his 28 2, 2 | seems that man can be made happy ~by some created good. Consequently 29 2, 2 | of Whom it is ~written: 'Happy is that people whose God 30 2, 3 | be enjoyed which make us happy." Therefore happiness ~is 31 2, 3 | by His Essence: for He is happy not by ~acquisition or participation 32 2, 3 | the other hand, men are happy, as Boethius says (De Consol. 33 2, 3 | which man is said to be happy, ~is something created.~ 34 2, 3 | something existing in the happy one: ~since it is man's 35 2, 3 | happiness remains in the happy one. Now operation does ~ 36 2, 3 | Further, happiness is in the happy one uninterruptedly. But 37 2, 3 | implying that the state of a happy ~man consists in possessing 38 2, 3 | other than Himself. In the happy angels, ~the final perfection 39 2, 3 | concludes: "We call men happy, but only as men." ~But 40 2, 3 | De Trin. xiii, 5) that "happy is he who ~has whatever 41 2, 3 | 6) he adds: "He is most happy who desires well, whatever 42 2, 3 | for good things make a man happy, and such a man already 43 2, 3 | whatever he desires, is happy, because he has ~what he 44 2, 3 | things which make a man happy, forasmuch as it is an inclination 45 2, 3 | Him makes man perfectly happy. However, there is no reason 46 2, 3 | that man is not perfectly happy, so long as ~something remains 47 2, 3 | it is not yet ~perfectly happy. Consequently, for perfect 48 2, 4 | Therefore the soul cannot be happy without the body.~Aquin.: 49 2, 4 | that the soul ~cannot be happy without the body.~Aquin.: 50 2, 4 | Therefore the soul cannot be happy ~without the body.~Aquin.: 51 2, 4 | Therefore ~the soul is not happy while separated from the 52 2, 4 | 35). Therefore it is not happy.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[4] A[5] 53 2, 4 | written (Apoc. 14:13): "Happy [Douay: 'blessed'] ~are 54 2, 4 | the body the soul can be happy.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[4] A[5] 55 2, 4 | that "for the soul to be happy, it must be severed from 56 2, 4 | happiness of this life, the happy man ~needs friends, as the 57 2, 4 | enjoying God, it would be happy, though having no ~neighbor 58 2, 5 | Whether any man can be happy in this life?~(4) Whether 59 2, 5 | something that makes men happy; and when he has attained 60 2, 5 | it, he will be ~perfectly happy.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[5] A[2] 61 2, 5 | Therefore either man ~is not happy; or, if he be happy, no 62 2, 5 | not happy; or, if he be happy, no other Happiness can 63 2, 5 | enjoying Whom, men are made happy. But as to the attainment 64 2, 5 | for knowing them, but is happy for knowing Thee alone."~ 65 2, 5 | 1/1~Whether one can be happy in this life?~Aquin.: SMT 66 2, 5 | life. Therefore one can be ~happy in this life.~Aquin.: SMT 67 2, 5 | imperfectly. Therefore man can be happy in ~this life.~Aquin.: SMT 68 2, 5 | They have called the people happy that hath ~these things," 69 2, 5 | life. Therefore one can be ~happy in this life.~Aquin.: SMT 70 2, 5 | Therefore man cannot be happy in this life.~Aquin.: SMT 71 2, 5 | OBJ 1: Some are said to be happy in this life, either on 72 2, 5 | operation ~whereby man is made happy: and thus man will cease 73 2, 5 | thus man will cease to be happy.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[5] A[4] 74 2, 5 | since man was not always happy. Therefore it ~seems that 75 2, 5 | Ethic. i, 10) that some are happy in ~this life, not simply, 76 2, 5 | will no longer be ~truly happy, if evil be in him.~Aquin.: 77 2, 5 | is thus evident that the ~happy man cannot forsake Happiness 78 2, 5 | excludes every ~defect from the happy. And therefore whoever has 79 2, 5 | unable not to wish to ~be happy.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[5] A[4] 80 2, 5 | participation of which makes man happy. Hence the beginning of ~ 81 2, 5 | God, that He may make him happy. "For what we do by means 82 2, 5 | seem that man can be made happy through the action of ~some 83 2, 5 | God. Therefore man is made happy, through a ~higher creature, 84 2, 5 | But man is ~potentially happy. Therefore he can be made 85 2, 5 | he can be made actually happy by an angel ~who is actually 86 2, 5 | an angel ~who is actually happy.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[5] A[6] 87 2, 5 | an angel can make a man happy.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[5] A[6] 88 2, 5 | by God alone ~is man made happy, if we speak of perfect 89 2, 5 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: A happy angel enlightens the intellect 90 2, 5 | conception, His soul ~was happy, without any previous meritorious 91 2, 5 | De Trin. xiii, 5) that "happy is he who ~has all he desires, 92 2, 5 | said: 'You all wish to be happy; you do not wish to be unhappy,' 93 2, 5 | Therefore everyone desires to be happy.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[5] A[8] 94 2, 5 | Happiness given by some - "Happy is the ~man that has all 95 2, 5 | all that he desires, is ~happy: since nothing satisfies 96 2, 5 | understood, to wit, that "happy is he who has all he desires."~ 97 2, 13 | nor ~can he will not to be happy, or to be unhappy. Now since 98 2, 51 | make a man blessed and happy." But "happiness is an operation 99 2, 57 | things by which man is made happy ~or blessed: for "happiness 100 2, 57 | things whereby man is made happy; except perhaps, in ~so 101 2, 57 | things whereby a man is made happy; ~both because the acts 102 2, 67 | other life men are made happy by the mere ~knowledge of 103 2, 67 | see that which makes ~them happy, as stated above (Q[3], 104 2, 69 | children are said to be happy because they are full of 105 2, 69 | towards, and approaches the happy end by works of virtue, 106 2, 69 | Because some are said to be happy because they hope ~for a 107 2, 69 | which we are said to be happy. Because sensual ~happiness, 108 2, 93 | some are maintained in a happy state, others in an unhappy 109 2, 4 | Because we hope to be made ~happy through seeing the unveiled 110 2, 17 | could not be ~perfectly happy in their first state before 111 2, 17 | should ~be certain of being happy for ever, else the will 112 2, 28 | Augustine (De Trin. xiii, 5), "happy is he who has whatever he 113 2, 28 | those who deem themselves happy, and so ~far powerful as 114 2, 46 | to ~{eustochia}, i.e. "a happy conjecture," of which "shrewdness" 115 2, 47 | of {eustochia}, i.e. "a happy ~conjecture": for the latter 116 2, 47 | stated above (Q[48]) is a "happy ~conjecture." Now it belongs 117 2, 47 | part. ~For {eustochia} is a happy conjecture about any matter, 118 2, 47 | discount the utility of a happy conjecture in taking good 119 2, 69 | whatever might hinder its happy issue, but it is unlawful 120 2, 82 | pertains that we should be made happy in Him as in the sovereign ~ 121 2, 86 | Arment. et Paulin.) that "happy is the necessity that compels 122 2, 104 | OBJ 2: It is the mark of a happy disposition to see good 123 2, 166 | pleasant through having a happy ~turn* of mind, whereby 124 2, 171 | Augustine (Confess. v, 4): "Happy whoso knoweth Thee, ~though 125 2, 178 | it will make us perfectly happy: whereas now the ~contemplation 126 2, 184 | which some are said to be happy in this life. The happiness 127 2, 184 | lawfully but to thy own cost. Happy the obligation ~that compels 128 2, 187 | Armentar. et Paulin.), "happy is the ~necessity that compels 129 3, 1 | Paschal candle, we say: "O happy fault, that merited such 130 3, 18 | otherwise they would ~not be happy, because they would not 131 3, 23 | which also God Himself is happy and rich in ~Himself - that 132 3, 26 | hinder men ~from passing to a happy immortality," and may allure 133 3, 26 | immortal and ~supremely happy is far from us unhappy mortals; 134 3, 52 | Christ's coming they were ~happy in hope, although not yet 135 3, 52 | although not yet fully happy in fact.~Aquin.: SMT TP 136 3, 57 | nature. captives in deed of a happy taking, ~since they were 137 3, 58 | of the Father: for ~He is happy, and the Father's right 138 3, 83 | the whole world; and very happy is he who can worthily celebrate 139 3, 83 | in order to signify the happy ~resurrection of Christ 140 3, 83 | unity of faith insures the happy issue of the ~mystery. Yet 141 Suppl, 69| to his thirst, endlessly happy." Therefore Abraham's bosom 142 Suppl, 71| signifies those who lead a happy life in heaven. Therefore 143 Suppl, 72| 26): ~"The soul, to be happy, must avoid all bodies": 144 Suppl, 72| participation of which makes it ~happy. Hence all those heretical 145 Suppl, 72| clear that if man cannot be happy in this life, we must of ~ 146 Suppl, 79| difference between the happy and the unhappy" (Ethic. 147 Suppl, 84| misfortune is to have been happy."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[87] A[ 148 Suppl, 89| and knoweth not Thee: but happy whoso knoweth Thee, ~though 149 Suppl, 90| with the body is rendered happy by rejoicing in the infinite ~ 150 Suppl, 95| is to be; since both the happy and the ~unhappy will it; 151 Suppl, 96| the good angels were made happy through turning to God, ~ 152 Suppl, 96| length ~pass from their happy state to the unhappiness


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