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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 51 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, eating is a purely animal function. 2 1, 51 | be said to eat, ~because eating involves the taking of food 3 1, 51 | it; hence it was a true eating. But the food taken by angels ~ 4 1, 51 | consequently, it was not a ~true eating, but figurative of spiritual 5 1, 51 | figurative of spiritual eating. This is what the angel ~ 6 1, 52 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, eating is a purely animal function. 7 1, 52 | be said to eat, ~because eating involves the taking of food 8 1, 52 | it; hence it was a true eating. But the food taken by angels ~ 9 1, 52 | consequently, it was not a ~true eating, but figurative of spiritual 10 1, 52 | figurative of spiritual eating. This is what the angel ~ 11 1, 83 | a man falls asleep after eating and drinking copiously. ~ 12 1, 96 | fable, that ~the gods, by eating a certain food, became immortal; 13 1, 101 | future events; because, after eating of it, man was to learn, 14 2, 31 | the smell of hares, but in eating them; . . . ~nor does the 15 2, 31 | thus some take pleasure in eating earth and coals and the 16 2, 34 | evident in satiety from eating and the like; he ~concluded 17 2, 35 | more than the pleasure of eating: and consequently we would 18 2, 35 | would leave the ~pleasure of eating and the like, from fear 19 2, 36 | takes no further pleasure in eating; because repletion ~or union 20 2, 85 | sicken and die through ~eating too much. But as regards 21 2, 102 | things too relative to the eating of the lamb were prescribed, ~ 22 2, 102 | of the victims, and the eating of the loaves of proposition 23 2, 102 | Secondly, as to the manner of eating. For it is written: "You 24 2, 102 | its flesh signified ~the eating of Christ's body in the 25 2, 102 | some other motive, from eating them, as stated above ~( 26 2, 102 | before the deluge: but the eating of flesh seems to have been ~ 27 2, 102 | reason for ~this was that the eating of the products of the soil 28 2, 102 | simple life; whereas the eating of flesh savors of delicate 29 2, 103 | Law, not with regard to eating them, since it is written ( 30 2, 103 | distinction in regard to ~eating; it was not that it was 31 2, 13 | of His human nature, by eating, drinking, and such like 32 2, 86 | contrary to continency, so is eating flesh or drinking wine contrary 33 2, 140 | instance, if a man delight ~in eating human flesh, or in committing 34 2, 144 | neither in abstaining nor in eating." Therefore abstinence is ~ 35 2, 145 | but once?~(7) The hour of eating for those who fast;~(8) 36 2, 145 | every one is fasting ~before eating. Therefore fasting is not 37 2, 145 | lack of nourishment, or by eating or ~sleeping too little, 38 2, 145 | them on ~fasting days after eating. Therefore it is not essential 39 2, 145 | too much drink: as also by eating ~immoderately at one meal.~ 40 2, 145 | drinking wine more than by ~eating flesh; according to Prov. 41 2, 145 | concupiscence does not exclude the eating ~of fish, neither should 42 2, 145 | neither should it exclude the eating of flesh meat.~Aquin.: SMT 43 2, 145 | Now, generally speaking, eating flesh meat ~affords more 44 2, 145 | affords more pleasure than eating fish, although this is not 45 2, 145 | redemption. For this reason the ~eating of flesh meat is forbidden 46 2, 146 | Moral. xxx, 18): "Since in eating pleasure and ~necessity 47 2, 146 | denotes, not any desire of eating and drinking, ~but an inordinate 48 2, 146 | knowingly exceeds the measure in eating, from a desire for the ~ 49 2, 146 | body, but the ~pleasure of eating: and if injury results to 50 2, 146 | inordinate ~concupiscence in eating. Now two things are to be 51 2, 146 | are to be considered in eating, ~namely the food we eat, 52 2, 146 | the food we eat, and the eating thereof. Accordingly, the ~ 53 2, 146 | quantity, he exceeds by eating "too much."~Aquin.: SMT 54 2, 146 | forestalls the proper time for ~eating, which is to eat "hastily," 55 2, 146 | observe the due manner ~of eating, by eating "greedily."~Aquin.: 56 2, 146 | due manner ~of eating, by eating "greedily."~Aquin.: SMT 57 2, 146 | special motive ~connected with eating, that can cause a different 58 2, 146 | an immoderate pleasure in eating and drinking. Wherefore 59 2, 146 | which are the results of ~eating and drinking immoderately. 60 2, 146 | ways by immoderation ~in eating and drinking, as though 61 2, 146 | one good to vomit after eating too much, ~yet it is sinful 62 2, 147 | even more than excessive eating. Hence it is ~written (Ecclus. 63 2, 152 | for ~instance excessive eating or drinking), nocturnal 64 2, 153 | venereal ~matters but also in eating. But continence is wont 65 2, 153 | instance, the pleasure of eating human flesh; ~and as regards 66 2, 153 | a ~child with desire of eating him or of satisfying an 67 2, 161 | attain to God's likeness by eating of the ~forbidden fruit, 68 2, 182 | righteousness to consist neither in eating ~nor in abstaining, but 69 2, 185 | if one could live without eating, one would ~not be bound 70 3, 14 | man, e.g. from ~inordinate eating; sometimes by a defect in 71 3, 40 | 19): "The Son of Man came eating ~and drinking."~Aquin.: 72 3, 40 | others in the ~matter of eating and drinking. Hence Augustine 73 3, 40 | is described as 'neither eating nor drinking,' because he 74 3, 40 | said of Him, in contrast, 'eating and drinking.'"~Aquin.: 75 3, 40 | salvation. Now abstinence in eating and drinking does not of 76 3, 40 | God does not consist in ~eating and drinking, but in suffering 77 3, 40 | unto publicans' tables and eating and drinking."~Aquin.: SMT 78 3, 40 | man was made ~unclean by eating and touching certain animals, 79 3, 41 | his mind to consent to the eating of the forbidden ~fruit, 80 3, 55 | the nutritive life, by ~eating and drinking with His disciples, 81 3, 55 | Moreover, the ~manner of eating was different in Christ 82 3, 55 | animated, there was ~no true eating, although the food was really 83 3, 55 | was truly ~animated, His eating was genuine. For, as Augustine 84 3, 55 | the power but the need of eating that shall be taken ~away 85 3, 65 | not of merely sacramental, eating, as Augustine explains ( 86 3, 74 | this sacrament, which is eating: for, as water is used in 87 3, 74 | for the use of spiritual ~eating.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[74] A[ 88 3, 76 | to be more ~adapted for eating, as men commonly are fed 89 3, 79 | do not prevent spiritual eating. But they ~who eat spiritually, 90 3, 79 | this sacrament is spiritual eating, which has actual ~delight.~ 91 3, 80 | Whether there are two ways of eating this sacrament, namely, ~ 92 3, 80 | Whether the sinner sins in eating it sacramentally?~(5) Of 93 3, 80 | ways to be distinguished of eating Christ's body?~Aquin.: SMT 94 3, 80 | not to be distinguished of eating ~Christ's body, namely, 95 3, 80 | other. But sacramental ~eating is ordained for spiritual 96 3, 80 | is ordained for spiritual eating as its end. Therefore sacramental ~ 97 3, 80 | Therefore sacramental ~eating ought not to be divided 98 3, 80 | contrast with spiritual eating.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[80] A[ 99 3, 80 | eat spiritually without eating sacramentally; otherwise 100 3, 80 | Moreover, sacramental ~eating would be to no purpose, 101 3, 80 | purpose, if the spiritual eating could be had ~without it. 102 3, 80 | to distinguish a twofold eating, ~namely, sacramental and 103 3, 80 | that there are two ways of eating, ~the one sacramental, and 104 3, 80 | imperfect, so sacramental eating, whereby the ~sacrament 105 3, 80 | divided against ~spiritual eating, by which one receives the 106 3, 80 | OBJ 2: That sacramental eating which is also a spiritual 107 3, 80 | which is also a spiritual eating is ~not divided in contrast 108 3, 80 | contrast with spiritual eating, but is included under it; ~ 109 3, 80 | it; ~but that sacramental eating which does not secure the 110 3, 80 | contrast with spiritual eating; just as the imperfect, 111 3, 80 | Nevertheless sacramental eating is not without avail, because 112 3, 80 | Consequently there ~are two ways of eating spiritually. First, as Christ 113 3, 80 | hence it is that ~such eating of Christ whereby we receive 114 3, 80 | were, derived from that eating whereby the angels enjoy 115 3, 80 | not seem to be ~capable of eating this sacrament, since in 116 3, 80 | understood of ~spiritual eating, which does not belong to 117 3, 80 | corporeal and ~spiritual eating.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[80] A[ 118 3, 80 | on the part of the ~one eating, then, properly speaking, 119 3, 80 | therefore this manner of eating ~Christ's body is not set 120 3, 80 | sacramental and ~spiritual eating. ~(tm)Aquin.: SMT TP Q[80] 121 3, 80 | the sinner does not sin by eating this sacrament.~Aquin.: 122 3, 80 | allowed to share in the eating who are united with ~Christ 123 3, 80 | earth," i.e. sinners, "from eating at the table of the Lord."~ 124 3, 80 | thus it seems that after eating at home ~a man may eat Christ' 125 3, 80 | ad 1). Now ~spiritual eating comprises the desire or 126 3, 80 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the eating of the body and the drinking 127 3, 81 | His ~body as suited for eating. Therefore He gave it just 128 3, 81 | made His flesh adapted for eating, inasmuch as ~this sacrament 129 Suppl, 23| to him, greeting him, or eating with him, in which case 130 Suppl, 49| Reply OBJ 1: In the act of eating there is not such an intense 131 Suppl, 58| whole world if they hindered eating and walking and the like. 132 Suppl, 65| very great deficiency in eating ~hinders both the health 133 Suppl, 65| satisfactory, for instance ~eating inordinately in respect 134 Suppl, 65| gravity ~than immoderate eating, because it is about those 135 Suppl, 78| nutritive power are ~directed to eating. Now man will rise again 136 Suppl, 78| multiplication of the human race: and eating is ~directed to make up 137 Suppl, 78| partook of that meal, His eating was an act, ~not of necessity 138 Suppl, 96| effect of the sacramental eating, in those who approach worthily [*


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