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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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sensuality

    Part, Question
1 1, 78 | genus. But "synderesis" ~and sensuality seem to be opposed to one 2 1, 78 | always incites to good; while sensuality always incites to evil: 3 1, 78 | synderesis' is a power just as ~sensuality is. ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[79] 4 1, 78 | manner, the opposition of sensuality to "syneresis" ~is an opposition 5 1, 79 | powers in general; second, ~sensuality; third, the will; fourth, 6 1, 80 | Para. 1/1 - OF THE POWER OF SENSUALITY (THREE ARTICLES)~Next we 7 1, 80 | to consider the power of sensuality, concerning which there ~ 8 1, 80 | of inquiry:~(1) Whether sensuality is only an appetitive power?~( 9 1, 80 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether sensuality is only appetitive?~Aquin.: 10 1, 80 | OBJ 1: It would seem that sensuality is not only appetitive, 11 1, 80 | apprehensive powers. ~Therefore sensuality is a cognitive power.~Aquin.: 12 1, 80 | De Trin. xii, 12) divides sensuality against the ~higher and 13 1, 80 | to knowledge. Therefore sensuality ~also is apprehensive.~Aquin.: 14 1, 80 | Further, in man's temptations sensuality stands in the place of ~ 15 1, 80 | cognitive power. Therefore sensuality is a cognitive power.~Aquin.: 16 1, 80 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Sensuality is defined as "the appetite 17 1, 80 | I answer that, The name sensuality seems to be taken from the 18 1, 80 | appetitive power: so that sensuality is ~the name of the sensitive 19 1, 80 | bodily senses are included in sensuality, but rather that the movement 20 1, 80 | rather that the movement of ~sensuality is a certain inclination 21 1, 80 | bodily senses appertain to sensuality as a preamble.~Aquin.: SMT 22 1, 80 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Sensuality is divided against higher 23 1, 80 | appetite, to which appertains sensuality.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[81] A[ 24 1, 80 | commission of sin. And in this, sensuality is signified by ~the serpent.~~ 25 1, 80 | generic power, and is ~called sensuality; but it is divided into 26 1, 80 | concupiscible are parts of ~sensuality. But sensuality does not 27 1, 80 | parts of ~sensuality. But sensuality does not obey reason, wherefore 28 1, 80 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Sensuality is signified by the serpent, 29 2, 74 | of sin?~(3) Whether the sensuality can be the subject of sin?~( 30 2, 74 | there can be sin in the sensuality?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[74] A[ 31 2, 74 | there cannot be sin in the sensuality. For sin ~is proper to man 32 2, 74 | blamed for his actions. Now sensuality ~is common to us and irrational 33 2, 74 | Therefore sin cannot be in the ~sensuality.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[74] A[ 34 2, 74 | prevent the movement of the ~sensuality from being inordinate, since " 35 2, 74 | being inordinate, since "the sensuality ever remains ~corrupt, so 36 2, 74 | inordinate movement of the sensuality is not a sin.~Aquin.: SMT 37 2, 74 | Therefore the movement of the sensuality, which is without the ~deliberation 38 2, 74 | clearly a movement of the ~sensuality. Therefore there can be 39 2, 74 | there can be sin in the sensuality.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[74] A[ 40 2, 74 | evident that the act of the sensuality, or sensitive ~appetite, 41 2, 74 | follows that sin can be in the sensuality.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[74] A[ 42 2, 74 | continual corruption of the sensuality is to be ~understood as 43 2, 74 | Therefore such movement of the sensuality as forestalls the ~reason, 44 2, 74 | mortal sin can be in the sensuality?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[74] A[ 45 2, 74 | mortal sin can be in the sensuality. Because ~an act is discerned 46 2, 74 | about the objects of the sensuality, e.g. about carnal pleasures. ~ 47 2, 74 | Therefore the act of the sensuality can be a mortal sin, so 48 2, 74 | sin can be found in the sensuality.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[74] A[ 49 2, 74 | But virtue can be in ~the sensuality; for temperance and fortitude 50 2, 74 | about the same subject, ~sensuality can be the subject of mortal 51 2, 74 | venial sin ~may be in the sensuality, as stated above (A[3], 52 2, 74 | which is the sin of the sensuality, can even ~be in those who 53 2, 74 | inordinate movement of the sensuality is ~not a mortal sin.~Aquin.: 54 2, 74 | reason alone, and not to the sensuality, to order anything to the 55 2, 74 | mortal sin cannot be ~in the sensuality, but only in the reason.~ 56 2, 74 | Reply OBJ 1: The act of the sensuality can concur towards a mortal 57 2, 74 | its being an act of ~the sensuality, but to its being an act 58 2, 74 | is imputed, not to the ~sensuality, but to reason.~Aquin.: 59 2, 74 | that it is an act ~of the sensuality, but still more in the fact 60 2, 74 | venial sin that is in the sensuality, may ~be a disposition to 61 2, 77 | is no mortal sin in the sensuality, as ~stated above (Q[74], 62 2, 88 | sudden movements both of the sensuality and of the reason are venial ~ 63 2, 88 | Further, a movement in the sensuality before the consent of ~reason, 64 2, 88 | The same movement of the sensuality which preceded the ~consent 65 2, 88 | a sudden movement of the sensuality: whereas, if it last a long ~ 66 2, 89 | rising ~of a movement of the sensuality in us is due to the sensuality 67 2, 89 | sensuality in us is due to the sensuality not being ~perfectly subject 68 2, 89 | the first movements of the sensuality in unbelievers are mortal ~ 69 2, 89 | the first movements of the sensuality in ~unbelievers are mortal 70 2, 89 | the concupiscence of ~the sensuality, as appears from the context ( 71 2, 89 | reasons. First, because the sensuality itself could not ~be the 72 2, 89 | Q[79], A[4]). Now the ~sensuality has the same nature in unbelievers 73 2, 89 | the mere movements of the sensuality in ~unbelievers, to be mortal 74 2, 91 | are led by the impulse ~of sensuality, according to Ps. 48:21: " 75 2, 91 | this very inclination of sensuality which is called the ~"fomes," 76 2, 91 | its vigor, this impulse of sensuality, whereby he is led, in so 77 2, 91 | yet if the inclination of ~sensuality be considered as it is in 78 2, 91 | in man also, in so far as sensuality is ~subject to reason. But 79 2, 109 | of his lower appetite of sensuality. For man can, indeed, repress 80 2, 33 | beginning of sin in the sensuality alone, without ~attaining 81 2, 33 | goes no further than the sensuality is a venial sin, whereas 82 2, 33 | sloth is sometimes in the sensuality alone, by reason of the ~ 83 2, 34 | is ~no mortal sin in the sensuality, but only in the reason, 84 2, 34 | imperfect movements in the ~sensuality, which are venial sins: 85 2, 34 | it is a passion of the ~sensuality, is an imperfect thing in 86 2, 120 | as denoting an act of the sensuality, as in James 4:1, "From ~ 87 2, 120 | the concupiscence of the ~sensuality is not forbidden by a precept 88 2, 120 | farther ~than the bounds of sensuality. The direct object of their 89 2, 123 | which is a part of the ~sensuality. Now there is none but venial 90 2, 123 | none but venial sin in the sensuality, as stated ~above (FS, Q[ 91 2, 123 | fear as confined to the sensuality.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[125] A[ 92 2, 123 | that is confined within the sensuality. Or better still we may 93 2, 152 | the first movement of the ~sensuality has nothing sinful in it, 94 2, 163 | concupiscence of sin in ~the sensuality, signified by the serpent; 95 2, 173 | sensitive appetite known as the sensuality. Now it is proper to man 96 3, 18 | human nature the will of sensuality is distinct ~from the will 97 3, 18 | Christ there was a will of sensuality besides the will of ~reason?~ 98 3, 18 | Christ there was no will of sensuality ~besides the will of reason. 99 3, 18 | concupiscible parts." Now sensuality signifies the ~sensitive 100 3, 18 | Christ there was no will of sensuality.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[18] A[ 101 3, 18 | De Trin. xii, 12,13) the ~sensuality is signified by the serpent. 102 3, 18 | Christ there was no will of sensuality.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[18] A[ 103 3, 18 | sorrow pertains to the sensuality, as was said in the FS, 104 3, 18 | Christ there is a will of ~sensuality besides the will of reason.~ 105 3, 18 | appetite, which is called the sensuality. Consequently it ~must be 106 3, 18 | a sensual appetite, or ~sensuality. But it must be borne in 107 3, 18 | must be borne in mind that sensuality or the sensual ~appetite, 108 3, 18 | equally be ~said that the sensuality is "a will by participation."~ 109 3, 18 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The sensuality is signified by the serpent - 110 3, 18 | regards ~the nature of the sensuality, which Christ assumed, but 111 3, 18 | color. So, too, because ~the sensuality is called the will, only 112 3, 18 | twofold will, viz. the will of sensuality, which is ~called will by 113 3, 18 | clear that the ~will of sensuality naturally shrinks from sensible 114 3, 18 | end, as in a mere man the ~sensuality and the will absolutely 115 3, 18 | plain that in His will of sensuality and ~in His rational will 116 3, 18 | but not by His will of sensuality, the movement of which does ~ 117 3, 18 | natural will nor ~the will of sensuality rejected the reason for 118 3, 18 | further; ~but the movement of sensuality could nowise extend so far. 119 3, 18 | will or the appetite of sensuality. ~So, too, on the other 120 3, 18 | and the movement of the sensuality in Christ. For it pleased ~ 121 3, 18 | natural ~will and will of sensuality should be moved according 122 3, 21 | to Him in respect of His sensuality?~(3) Whether it is becoming 123 3, 21 | to pray according to His sensuality?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[21] A[ 124 3, 21 | to pray according to His ~sensuality. For it is written (Ps. 125 3, 21 | in the Living God." Now sensuality is ~called the appetite 126 3, 21 | the flesh. Hence Christ's sensuality could ascend ~to the Living 127 3, 21 | besought something that His sensuality desired ~when He said (Mt. 128 3, 21 | Me." Therefore ~Christ's sensuality prayed.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 129 3, 21 | to Him in prayer. But the sensuality was assumed by God to the ~ 130 3, 21 | men do not pray with their sensuality. Therefore, neither did 131 3, 21 | Christ pray ~according to His sensuality.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[21] A[ 132 3, 21 | that, To pray according to sensuality may be understood in two ~ 133 3, 21 | itself were an act of the sensuality; and in ~this sense Christ 134 3, 21 | Christ did not pray with His sensuality, since His sensuality ~was 135 3, 21 | His sensuality, since His sensuality ~was of the same nature 136 3, 21 | as in us. Now in us the ~sensuality cannot pray for two reasons; 137 3, 21 | because the movement of the ~sensuality cannot transcend sensible 138 3, 21 | to pray according to the sensuality when our ~prayer lays before 139 3, 21 | what is in our appetite of sensuality; and in this ~sense Christ 140 3, 21 | sense Christ prayed with His sensuality inasmuch as His prayer expressed ~ 141 3, 21 | expressed ~the desire of His sensuality, as if it were the advocate 142 3, 21 | were the advocate of the ~sensuality - and this, that He might 143 3, 21 | Reply OBJ 2: Although the sensuality wished what the reason besought, 144 3, 21 | it ~did not belong to the sensuality to seek this by praying, 145 3, 21 | expressing the desire of His sensuality, as stated above (A[2]); 146 3, 21 | accordance ~with the movement of sensuality, or even of the simple will, 147 3, 21 | and ~the movement of His sensuality, which was His as man.~Aquin.: 148 3, 21 | referring to the desire of sensuality, which shunned death. ~But 149 Appen1, 2| this life there will be no ~sensuality; because the fomes will


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