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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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affections

    Part, Question
1 1, 3 | everywhere, but by the affections of our soul, and by the 2 1, 10 | changeableness of intelligence, of affections ~and of places in their 3 1, 10 | creatures as regards successive affections and ~intelligences are measured 4 1, 10 | time, is to be moved by ~affections. But as regards their nature 5 1, 14 | knows even the thoughts ~and affections of hearts, which will be 6 1, 21 | more raised up from earthly affections to God. As to this ~Gregory 7 1, 57 | they are in the mind, and ~affections as they are in the will: 8 1, 57 | thoughts of hearts and affections of wills. The reason of 9 1, 63 | mental acts, or of their affections. So the first ~instant in 10 1, 65 | heavenly bodies; or ~the affections, as spiritual creatures. 11 1, 66 | succession of concepts and affections in the angelic mind: ~while 12 1, 58 | they are in the mind, and ~affections as they are in the will: 13 1, 58 | thoughts of hearts and affections of wills. The reason of 14 1, 64 | mental acts, or of their affections. So the first ~instant in 15 1, 66 | heavenly bodies; or ~the affections, as spiritual creatures. 16 1, 67 | succession of concepts and affections in the angelic mind: ~while 17 1, 80 | only incite or modify the affections of the ~appetitive power, 18 1, 81 | as far as they are simple affections without ~passion or commotion 19 1, 86 | 17) says of the soul's affections that ~"they are known neither 20 1, 86 | intellect to known such affections of the soul as the ~acts 21 1, 86 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The affections of the soul are in the intellect 22 1, 86 | Augustine says that the soul's ~affections are in the memory by certain 23 2, 1 | last end, is master ~of his affections, since he takes therefrom 24 2, 1 | man with ~well disposed affections desires for his last end.~ 25 2, 2 | greatest hold on man's affections. Now this is wealth: for 26 2, 22 | disturbances; by some, affections or emotions; while others 27 2, 22 | the soul are the same as affections. But affections ~manifestly 28 2, 22 | same as affections. But affections ~manifestly belong to the 29 2, 27 | in whiteness. Hence the affections of one tend to the other, 30 2, 28 | inasmuch as it is in his affections, by a kind of complacency: 31 2, 56 | those which direct man's affections to God or to his neighbor 32 2, 59 | passions from the other ~affections of the human soul, in the 33 2, 68 | appetitive ~power or the affections. If this distinction were 34 2, 68 | both the intellect and the affections of ~man. Hence two gifts 35 2, 68 | understanding; on the part of the affections, the gift of fear. Because ~ 36 2, 69 | denotes the well-ordered affections of the soul ~that rests, 37 2, 73 | much as it draws man's ~affections from the many to the one; 38 2, 73 | self-love disunites man's ~affections among different things, 39 2, 79 | wisdom, and softens the ~affections by the fire of charity. 40 2, 79 | hardness of heart" to the affections.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[79] A[ 41 2, 89 | act and of the sinner's affections. But, in venial ~sin, there 42 2, 89 | inordinateness of the act and of the affections. ~Therefore venial sin causes 43 2, 101 | God by the intellect and affections. ~Wherefore according to 44 2, 101 | which the intellect and ~affections of the man who worships 45 2, 102 | mind is darkened ~by carnal affections: for running of the eyes 46 2, 106 | and with regard to the ~affections, it contains matters touching 47 2, 106 | commandments which direct human affections and human actions. And as 48 2, 113 | there be any ~succession of affections or intellectual conceptions 49 2, 7 | pertains chiefly to the affections, whereas faith is in the ~ 50 2, 8 | being cleansed of inordinate affections: ~and this cleanness of 51 2, 12 | certain detestation in the affections, even as, on ~the other 52 2, 12 | intellect ~alone, or in the affections also. If it is in thought 53 2, 16 | tend to God, by uniting our affections to Him, so that ~we live, 54 2, 16 | that "good emotions ~and affections proceed from love and holy 55 2, 18 | by love, to subject his ~affections to the yoke of justice.~ 56 2, 19 | is chiefly due to ~our affections being infected with the 57 2, 19 | state of mind dominates his affections, it ~seems to him that he 58 2, 22 | virtue which, when our affections are perfectly ordered, unites 59 2, 23 | steps of the body but by the affections of the soul" ~[*St. Augustine, 60 2, 25 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, man's affections are conformed to God by 61 2, 26 | denotes a certain union of affections between the ~lover and the 62 2, 26 | aforesaid union of the ~affections with him. Accordingly, to 63 2, 26 | dilection or love adds union of ~affections, wherefore the Philosopher 64 2, 26 | aforesaid union of the affections.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[27] A[ 65 2, 26 | of all human actions and affections is the love of God, ~whereby 66 2, 26 | through ~carrying a man's affections to things which are furthest 67 2, 28 | first, through union of the affections, ~which is the effect of 68 2, 30 | as regards our interior ~affections. Now it is a sin to contravene 69 2, 30 | unjust, because it draws our affections by the various allurements ~ 70 2, 42 | untrue faith draws man's affections to an untrue representation 71 2, 58 | connote perversity of the affections, while the ~third diminishes 72 2, 78 | regarding ~properly the affections, and as the Philosopher 73 2, 80 | certain tenderness of the affections, especially when one considers ~ 74 2, 81 | but also ~directs all our affections. Thus it is evident that 75 2, 81 | is God towards Whom our affections tend in two ~ways: first, 76 2, 81 | consequently ~also as regards the affections. Hence Augustine says (ad 77 2, 81 | many things, ~but in the affections persisting in the desire 78 2, 82 | bodies in order to incite our affections to submit to God, since 79 2, 89 | praising God, ascends in his affections ~to God, by so much is he 80 2, 89 | others by inciting ~their affections towards God, wherefore it 81 2, 92 | account ~of his inordinate affections, forasmuch as he gave other 82 2, 92 | intellect, or ~disorder in his affections, as stated above; and this 83 2, 93 | occupied a ~man's thoughts and affections while awake recur to his 84 2, 116 | it causes disorder in his affections, ~though not in his body 85 2, 116 | immoderation in ~the interior affections for riches; for instance, 86 2, 116 | which moderates these affections, as stated above (Q[117], 87 2, 116 | principally in the interior ~affections, and consequently in the 88 2, 116 | are seated chiefly in the affections: and all the ~affections 89 2, 116 | affections: and all the ~affections or passions of the soul 90 2, 133 | man does not regulate his affections according to reason, ~but, 91 2, 133 | pursuance of his ~inordinate affections.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[135] A[ 92 2, 144 | in the point of internal affections with regard to the good 93 2, 155 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Man's affections incline to the moderation 94 2, 164 | drawn, on account of his affections, towards ~the things for 95 2, 169 | regards, apparently, the affections, since it denotes a kind 96 2, 169 | intellect more than to the affections.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[171] A[ 97 2, 170 | intended to unite ~man's affections to God, which is the purpose 98 2, 175 | Secondly, in ~order to move the affections, so that a man willingly 99 2, 178 | intellect only, or ~also to the affections?~(2) Whether the moral virtues 100 2, 178 | has nothing to do with the affections, and ~pertains wholly to 101 2, 178 | nothing to do with ~the affections and pertains wholly to the 102 2, 178 | cause on the part of the affections, and in this respect the 103 2, 178 | contemplation terminates in the affections.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[180] A[ 104 2, 182 | not the ~senses but the affections. Therefore it would seem 105 2, 182 | the removal from man's affections of all that is contrary 106 2, 182 | the ~removal from man's affections not only of whatever is 107 2, 182 | whatever hinders the mind's affections from tending ~wholly to 108 2, 182 | in one's having in ~one's affections nothing that is contrary 109 2, 184 | man wholly withdraw his affections from ~worldly things; since 110 2, 184 | whatever may hinder his affections from tending wholly to ~ 111 2, 186 | Secondly, as regards the affections, ~seeing that man's noisome 112 2, 186 | seeing that man's noisome affections are restrained by the example 113 2, 187 | things which ~attach man's affections to earthly things. Now the 114 2, 187 | the attachment of man's ~affections to earthly things is not 115 3, 15 | A[1]; nevertheless the affections ~of the sensitive appetite 116 3, 15 | xiv, 9): "Whenever these ~affections follow reason, and are caused 117 3, 21 | nature, with all its natural ~affections: secondly, to show that 118 3, 61 | subjected himself by his affections to corporeal things. Now 119 3, 87 | whereas by venial sin man's ~affections are clogged, so that they 120 3, 87 | for ~instance, a man's affections so tend to God and Divine 121 3, 87 | inordinate inclination of the affections to some ~temporal thing, 122 Suppl, 3 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Affections of the body are the immediate 123 Suppl, 5 | 1/3~On the contrary, The affections of the heart are more acceptable 124 Suppl, 5 | by means of the ~heart's affections, such as contrition is.~ 125 Suppl, 59| covetousness ~corrupts the affections.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[59] A[ 126 Suppl, 87| Further, the course of the affections is not a necessary sequel ~ 127 Suppl, 87| intellect precedes, the affections follow slowly or not at ~ 128 Suppl, 87| whereas joy regards the ~affections. Therefore it will be possible 129 Suppl, 87| by ~reason of which the affections are not moved. In like manner 130 Suppl, 87| not necessary that the ~affections follow the intellect, as 131 Suppl, 89| For as ~God suffices the affections in that He has perfect goodness, 132 Suppl, 92| suitableness, which regards the ~affections - and in this respect some 133 Suppl, 92| as regards ~the union of affections, and "concord" as regards 134 Suppl, 95| to be inclined by their affections to this or that. This will ~ 135 Suppl, 95| deprived of their inordinate ~affections. Now some of the damned 136 Appen1, 2| others, ~according as the affections are more inclined to them, 137 Appen1, 2| others, for as much as their affections were steeped in venial sins.~


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