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lover 136
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loves 452
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136 conclusions
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136 process
135 appeared
135 behold
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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lover

    Part, Question
1 1, 20 | iv, 1), love places the lover outside himself, and ~causes 2 1, 20 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: A lover is placed outside himself, 3 1, 27 | object loved is in the lover; as, by the conception of 4 1, 36 | and impel the will of the lover towards the object loved. ~ 5 1, 36 | the Son as the love of the lover abides ~in the beloved; 6 1, 37 | action passing from ~the lover to the beloved. Therefore 7 1, 37 | Further, Love belongs to every lover. But the Holy Ghost is a ~ 8 1, 37 | But the Holy Ghost is a ~lover: therefore He has love. 9 1, 37 | in the affection of the lover; by reason of which the ~ 10 1, 37 | loved is said to be in the lover; as also the thing understood 11 1, 37 | the thing loved is ~in the lover. As regards the intellect, 12 1, 37 | express the relation of the lover to the ~object loved, there 13 1, 37 | object loved, produced in the lover ~by fact that he loves - 14 1, 37 | only the relation of the lover to ~the object loved, "love" 15 1, 37 | something that abides in the lover, and ~the word of the heart 16 1, 37 | conversely, as ~that of the lover to the beloved. But from 17 1, 43 | and the beloved ~in the lover. And since the rational 18 1, 60 | which abides within the lover, but does not of ~necessity 19 1, 60 | reflected back upon ~the lover so that he loves himself; 20 1, 60 | the part of the knower and lover. And thus one ~angel does 21 1, 60 | the nature of love on the lover's part, ~then it is true; 22 1, 37 | action passing from ~the lover to the beloved. Therefore 23 1, 37 | Further, Love belongs to every lover. But the Holy Ghost is a ~ 24 1, 37 | But the Holy Ghost is a ~lover: therefore He has love. 25 1, 37 | in the affection of the lover; by reason of which the ~ 26 1, 37 | loved is said to be in the lover; as also the thing understood 27 1, 37 | the thing loved is ~in the lover. As regards the intellect, 28 1, 37 | express the relation of the lover to the ~object loved, there 29 1, 37 | object loved, produced in the lover ~by fact that he loves - 30 1, 37 | only the relation of the lover to ~the object loved, "love" 31 1, 37 | something that abides in the lover, and ~the word of the heart 32 1, 37 | conversely, as ~that of the lover to the beloved. But from 33 1, 43 | and the beloved ~in the lover. And since the rational 34 1, 61 | which abides within the lover, but does not of ~necessity 35 1, 61 | reflected back upon ~the lover so that he loves himself; 36 1, 61 | the part of the knower and lover. And thus one ~angel does 37 1, 61 | the nature of love on the lover's part, ~then it is true; 38 1, 107 | knower; but love as the lover is ~united to the object 39 2, 4 | a real relation of ~the lover to the thing beloved, which 40 2, 4 | beloved is present to the lover: and then it is no ~longer 41 2, 4 | which implies repose of the lover in the object beloved.~Aquin.: 42 2, 25 | Reply OBJ 2: The union of lover and beloved is twofold. 43 2, 26 | complacency of the appetite, the lover stands in relation to that 44 2, 27 | connaturalness or complacency of the lover for the thing beloved, ~ 45 2, 27 | love of ~concupiscence, the lover, properly speaking, loves 46 2, 28 | passion that is hurtful to the lover?~(6) Whether love is cause 47 2, 28 | is cause of all that the lover does?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[28] 48 2, 28 | actually understood. But the lover in act ~is not the beloved 49 2, 28 | answer that, The union of lover and beloved is twofold. 50 2, 28 | beloved is present with the lover. The ~second is union of 51 2, 28 | the thing loved with the lover. For when we love a ~thing, 52 2, 28 | unite two together, the lover, to wit, and the beloved." 53 2, 28 | union, ~inasmuch as the lover stands to the object of 54 2, 28 | is real union, which the lover seeks with the object of 55 2, 28 | in a way, united to the lover, as stated ~above. Consequently 56 2, 28 | indwelling, so that ~the lover be in the beloved and vice 57 2, 28 | indwelling, so that the lover be in ~the beloved and vice 58 2, 28 | Further, if love involves the lover being in the beloved and 59 2, 28 | beloved is united to the lover, in the same ~way as the 60 2, 28 | in the same ~way as the lover is united to the beloved. 61 2, 28 | Therefore it follows that the lover is always ~loved by the 62 2, 28 | the beloved to be in the ~lover, and vice versa.~Aquin.: 63 2, 28 | beloved is said to be in the lover, ~inasmuch as the beloved 64 2, 28 | the apprehension of the lover, ~according to Phil. 1:7, " 65 2, 28 | in my heart": while the ~lover is said to be in the beloved, 66 2, 28 | apprehension, inasmuch ~as the lover is not satisfied with a 67 2, 28 | loved is said to be in the lover, ~inasmuch as it is in his 68 2, 28 | beloved is rooted in the lover's heart. For this reason 69 2, 28 | On the other hand, ~the lover is in the beloved, by the 70 2, 28 | love of friendship, the lover ~is in the beloved, inasmuch 71 2, 28 | as affecting himself, the lover seems to be in the beloved, 72 2, 28 | thus the beloved is in the lover.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[28] A[ 73 2, 28 | beloved is contained in the lover, by being impressed ~on 74 2, 28 | On the ~other hand, the lover is contained in the beloved, 75 2, 28 | beloved, inasmuch as the lover ~penetrates, so to speak, 76 2, 28 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the lover desires the beloved to be 77 2, 28 | unites the beloved to the lover, as stated above ~(A[1]). 78 2, 28 | 1]). If, therefore, the lover goes out from himself, in 79 2, 28 | beloved, it follows that the lover always loves ~the beloved 80 2, 28 | namely, as love makes the lover dwell on the beloved, as 81 2, 28 | love of concupiscence, the lover is carried ~out of himself, 82 2, 28 | be communicated to the ~lover. Consequently whatever hinders 83 2, 28 | passion that wounds the lover?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[28] A[ 84 2, 28 | seem that love wounds the lover. For languor denotes a ~ 85 2, 28 | perfects and betters the lover; but ~love of a good which 86 2, 28 | which is unsuitable to the lover, wounds and worsens him. ~ 87 2, 28 | the object loved is in the lover, as ~stated above (A[2]). 88 2, 28 | is cause of all that the lover does?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[28] 89 2, 28 | It would seem that the lover does not do everything from 90 2, 29 | certain ~agreement of the lover with the object loved, while 91 2, 32 | becomes pleasing to the lover, since love is a kind of ~ 92 2, 32 | union or connaturalness of lover and beloved. In like manner 93 2, 33 | as the affection of the ~lover spreads out to others, so 94 2, 38 | more perfectly one is a ~lover of wisdom. And therefore 95 2, 44 | they really are: thus to a lover, what he loves seems ~better; 96 2, 46 | love are good: since the lover wishes good to ~someone, 97 2, 66 | is, in a manner, in the lover, and, again, the lover is ~ 98 2, 66 | the lover, and, again, the lover is ~drawn by desire to union 99 2, 66 | love is perfected by the lover being drawn to the beloved. 100 2, 70 | charity ~is joy: because every lover rejoices at being united 101 2, 16 | love denotes union ~between lover and beloved, while hope 102 2, 23 | result would be a greater lover, but not a more loving one. ~ 103 2, 24 | spontaneous movement of ~the lover towards the beloved, wherefore 104 2, 24 | different relations between a lover and the various ~things 105 2, 24 | relation between the human lover and God is different from 106 2, 25 | is God, but also from the lover, who is the man that has ~ 107 2, 25 | intensity is due to the lover.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[26] A[ 108 2, 25 | love is God, and man is the lover. Therefore ~the specific 109 2, 25 | but also as regards the lover, as stated above. The result 110 2, 25 | arises from the union of lover and beloved: and ~therefore 111 2, 25 | from the standpoint of the ~lover, and in this respect a man 112 2, 25 | the friendship ~between lover and lover differs specifically 113 2, 25 | friendship ~between lover and lover differs specifically from 114 2, 25 | Thirdly, because is it the lover's ~part to act, since he 115 2, 26 | affections between the ~lover and the beloved, in as much 116 2, 26 | beloved, in as much as the lover deems the beloved as ~somewhat 117 2, 26 | considered as something between lover ~and beloved, when we ask 118 2, 26 | though "wholly" qualified the lover: ~and thus again God ought 119 2, 26 | way of comparison of the lover to the ~thing loved, so 120 2, 26 | so that the mode of the lover equal the mode of the thing ~ 121 2, 80 | ecstasy, for it takes the lover away from himself ~and gives 122 2, 115 | reason of his not ~being a lover of money, it follows that 123 2, 127 | philokindynos}, that is, a lover of danger. But it belongs 124 2, 139 | not the attachment of a lover, in so far as they ~are 125 2, 152 | man who is too ardent a lover of ~his wife acts counter 126 2, 152 | he that is too ardent a lover of another woman.~Aquin.: 127 2, 170 | Ghost, by Whom he is made a lover of God and of his ~neighbor." 128 2, 178 | contemplation of wisdom: "I became a lover of her beauty."~Aquin.: 129 2, 182 | only on the part of the lover, but also on ~the part of 130 2, 182 | totality on the part of the ~lover, so that the affective faculty 131 2, 182 | nor on the part of the lover as regards his always ~actually 132 2, 182 | but on the part of the lover as regards the ~removal 133 2, 184 | acknowledged himself, "a lover of wisdom." Hence a religious 134 3, 69 | depends on the will of the ~lover. Now children have not the 135 Suppl, 47| Although the act of the lover can be directed to one who ~ 136 Suppl, 49| said to be too ardent a lover of his wife, because his


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