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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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enjoyment

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1 1, 13 | and not in truth, so the ~enjoyment of carnal pleasures is called 2 1, 38 | it implies a free use, or enjoyment, as above explained.~Aquin.: 3 1, 73 | alone and is happy in the ~enjoyment of Himself, so our own sole 4 1, 73 | sole happiness lies in the enjoyment of ~God. Thus, also, He 5 1, 38 | it implies a free use, or enjoyment, as above explained.~Aquin.: 6 1, 72 | alone and is happy in the ~enjoyment of Himself, so our own sole 7 1, 72 | sole happiness lies in the enjoyment of ~God. Thus, also, He 8 1, 93 | life of happiness in the ~enjoyment of all things," as Damascene 9 1, 94 | possession of God with the enjoyment of final beatitude. Hence 10 1, 94 | reward, which consists in the enjoyment of ~God; for the greater 11 1, 107 | led the faithful to the enjoyment of God Himself.~Aquin.: 12 2, 3 | possession, the use or enjoyment of the thing desired; thus 13 2, 3 | else than the attainment or enjoyment of the last end. Now the ~ 14 2, 3 | it is the ~attainment or enjoyment of the supreme good.~Aquin.: 15 2, 3 | the end, viz. ~delight or enjoyment.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[3] A[4] 16 2, 4 | faith; while delight or enjoyment ~corresponds to charity. 17 2, 4 | 13). Therefore delight or enjoyment ranks before vision.~Aquin.: 18 2, 4 | the end; and delight or ~enjoyment, which implies repose of 19 2, 4 | in such a way ~that the enjoyment also may overflow into the 20 2, 5 | and the attainment or enjoyment of that same Good. As to 21 2, 5 | as to the attainment or ~enjoyment of this Good, one man can 22 2, 5 | disposed or ~ordered to the enjoyment of Him. And in this sense 23 2, 5 | in the ~divers degrees of enjoyment.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[5] A[2] 24 2, 5 | the perfect possession or enjoyment of the Supreme Good.~Aquin.: 25 2, 5 | by reason of a kind of enjoyment of the Sovereign Good.~Aquin.: 26 2, 8 | end; viz. ~"volition," "enjoyment," and "intention"; we must 27 2, 8 | consider: (1) volition; ~(2) enjoyment; (3) intention. Concerning 28 2, 11 | 11] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF ENJOYMENT [*Or, Fruition], WHICH IS 29 2, 11 | ARTICLES)~We must now consider enjoyment: concerning which there 30 2, 11 | irrational animals?~(3) Whether enjoyment is only of the last end?~( 31 2, 11 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, enjoyment implies a certain delight. 32 2, 11 | the intellect. Therefore ~enjoyment belongs to the apprehensive, 33 2, 11 | answer that, "Fruitio" [enjoyment] and "fructus" [fruit] seem 34 2, 11 | cannot enjoy: and accordingly enjoyment is not ~possible for irrational 35 2, 11 | they attain an end, have no enjoyment ~of the end: this is only 36 2, 11 | apprehend. Consequently, enjoyment ~belongs to the rational 37 2, 11 | speaking there of perfect enjoyment.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[11] A[ 38 2, 11 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Enjoyment need not be of the last 39 2, 11 | speaking there of imperfect enjoyment. This is ~clear from his 40 2, 11 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether enjoyment is only of the last end?~ 41 2, 11 | OBJ 1: It would seem that enjoyment is not only of the last 42 2, 11 | the last end. Therefore enjoyment ~is not only of the last 43 2, 11 | Therefore a man enjoys his enjoyment. But the last end of man 44 2, 11 | last end of man is not ~enjoyment, but the uncreated good 45 2, 11 | which is God. Therefore ~enjoyment is not only of the last 46 2, 11 | something else. ~Therefore enjoyment is of the last end alone.~ 47 2, 11 | say that he expressed his enjoyment of his brother not as a 48 2, 11 | ultimately sought for: while the ~enjoyment is as the attainment of 49 2, 11 | is ~not one end, and the enjoyment of God, another: so it is 50 2, 11 | another: so it is the same ~enjoyment whereby we enjoy God, and 51 2, 11 | and whereby we enjoy our enjoyment of ~God. And the same applies 52 2, 11 | happiness which consists in ~enjoyment.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[11] A[ 53 2, 11 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether enjoyment is only of the end possessed?~ 54 2, 11 | OBJ 1: It would seem that enjoyment is only of the end possessed. 55 2, 11 | but of hope. Therefore enjoyment is ~only of the end possessed.~ 56 2, 11 | as stated above (A[3]), enjoyment is not properly ~otherwise 57 2, 11 | possession of the end. Therefore enjoyment, properly speaking, is only 58 2, 11 | possession of the end. Therefore ~enjoyment is only of the end possessed.~ 59 2, 11 | intention only. Perfect enjoyment, therefore, is ~of the end 60 2, 11 | possessed: but imperfect enjoyment is also of the end ~possessed 61 2, 11 | speaks there of perfect enjoyment.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[11] A[ 62 2, 11 | of the agent. Therefore enjoyment of anything but ~the last 63 2, 11 | but ~the last end is not enjoyment properly speaking, as falling 64 2, 11 | short of the ~nature of enjoyment. But enjoyment of the last 65 2, 11 | nature of enjoyment. But enjoyment of the last end, not yet 66 2, 11 | not yet possessed, is ~enjoyment properly speaking, but imperfect, 67 2, 12 | is called volition, or ~enjoyment; with regard to the means, 68 2, 12 | place of rest; and ~thus "enjoyment" regards the end. Thirdly, 69 2, 12 | regards the end, so does enjoyment. ~But enjoyment is always 70 2, 12 | so does enjoyment. ~But enjoyment is always of the last end. 71 2, 12 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Enjoyment implies rest in the end; 72 2, 12 | intention is of the end, so is enjoyment. But ~enjoyment is in irrational 73 2, 12 | end, so is enjoyment. But ~enjoyment is in irrational animals, 74 2, 12 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Enjoyment does not imply the ordaining 75 2, 16 | which we are ~to enjoy." But enjoyment is to be found in irrational 76 2, 16 | therefore we compare use and ~enjoyment in respect of their objects, 77 2, 16 | respect of their objects, enjoyment is better than use; ~because 78 2, 16 | relation of an end to the enjoyment which a man seeks in that ~ 79 2, 16 | in the end, which is the ~enjoyment thereof, is in this sense 80 2, 25 | love. For pleasure is the enjoyment of the good, which ~enjoyment 81 2, 25 | enjoyment of the good, which ~enjoyment is, in a way, the end, just 82 2, 28 | superficial possession or enjoyment of ~the beloved; but seeks 83 2, 28 | ascribed to love: viz. melting, enjoyment, languor, and ~fervor. Of 84 2, 28 | possessed, pleasure or enjoyment ensues. But if the beloved 85 2, 34 | Supreme Good simply; or the enjoyment of God, which implies a 86 2, 39 | punishment of ~sin, just as the enjoyment of changeable things is 87 2, 59 | for a future good. Now the enjoyment of a ~good possessed, or 88 2, 67 | which we hope for, viz. the enjoyment of ~God, it will no longer 89 2, 67 | because it is compared to the enjoyment ~of bliss, as movement is 90 2, 70 | which is intended for his enjoyment.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[70] A[ 91 2, 70 | one is disturbed in the enjoyment thereof; and again, if a 92 2, 70 | not disturb ~them in their enjoyment of God. Secondly, as regards 93 2, 70 | that these imply either ~enjoyment of good things, or relief 94 2, 114 | everlasting life consists in ~the enjoyment of God. Now the human mind' 95 2, 1 | his journey towards the enjoyment of God. ~Consequently from 96 2, 16 | life, which consists in the enjoyment of God Himself. For ~we 97 2, 16 | expects happiness in the enjoyment thereof. Hence it is evident 98 2, 17 | therefore blessed as ~to the enjoyment of God, nevertheless He 99 2, 17 | glory of the body but the enjoyment ~of God.~Aquin.: SMT SS 100 2, 17 | which consists in ~the enjoyment of God, and not the glory 101 2, 18 | principle not only of the ~enjoyment of God, but also of any 102 2, 18 | life is ordained to the ~enjoyment of God, and is directed 103 2, 22 | of the soul towards the enjoyment of God for His own ~sake." 104 2, 22 | principal good of man is the enjoyment ~of God, according to Ps. 105 2, 23 | chiefly at union with and ~enjoyment of God: this belongs to 106 2, 24 | based on fellowship in the ~enjoyment of God. But the body can 107 2, 24 | can have no share in that enjoyment. ~Therefore the body is 108 2, 24 | knowledge of God. Hence from the enjoyment in the ~soul there overflows 109 2, 26 | the ultimate reward is the enjoyment of God, to Whom the ~movement 110 2, 27 | Divine ~good, although this enjoyment itself, whether perfect 111 2, 27 | then there will be ~full enjoyment of God, wherein man will 112 2, 28 | consists in the perfect ~enjoyment of the sovereign good, and 113 2, 120 | signification, as foreshadowing the enjoyment ~of God in heaven. Hence 114 2, 137 | acts in connection with the enjoyment of the end. Hence ~the act 115 2, 166 | and by hindering their enjoyment. Wherefore Seneca ~[*Martin 116 3, 2 | and ~consists in the full enjoyment of God. Whereas the union 117 3, 7 | life, which consists in the enjoyment of God. And this is the 118 3, 15 | soul was in the ~perfect enjoyment of contemplating God, Whom 119 3, 23 | And this consists in ~the enjoyment of God, by which also God 120 3, 23 | Himself - that is, in the enjoyment of Himself. Now a man's 121 3, 27 | as to perfect her in the enjoyment of all good.~Aquin.: SMT 122 3, 46 | A[6]); and likewise the enjoyment of fruition is also the ~ 123 3, 49 | which ~consists in the full enjoyment of God.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 124 3, 63 | and principally to the enjoyment of glory. And for this purpose 125 3, 80 | are united with Him in the enjoyment of perfect charity, ~and 126 3, 80 | sacrament is ordained to ~the enjoyment of heaven, as to its end, 127 3, 83 | sufferings; secondly, the enjoyment of the Blessed ~can be signified, 128 Suppl, 41| In each case he forbade enjoyment [*"Fruitionem," i.e. enjoyment 129 Suppl, 41| enjoyment [*"Fruitionem," i.e. enjoyment of a ~thing sought as one' 130 Suppl, 79| the soul's unchangeable ~enjoyment of God. Consequently in 131 Appen1, 2| complacency ~which amounts to enjoyment, wherein all human wickedness


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