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loves 452
lovest 9
loveth 51
loving 121
loving-kindness 2
lovingkindness 1
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122 unclean
121 exclude
121 infinity
121 loving
121 stars
120 abstract
120 diminished
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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loving

    Part, Question
1 1, 9 | understanding, and willing, and loving, are called ~movements. 2 1, 19 | not possess; but also the loving and the delighting in what 3 1, 20 | creatures cannot attain to loving God, ~nor to any share in 4 1, 20 | shown (AA[2],3), ~that God's loving one thing more than another 5 1, 23 | because in us the will in ~loving does not cause good, but 6 1, 23 | For His will, by ~which in loving He wishes good to someone, 7 1, 27 | likeness is the principle of loving. Thus it does not follow 8 1, 37 | principle of understanding and loving ~all creatures.~ 9 1, 60 | nature. But the precept of loving God more than self is a 10 1, 63 | withdrawn from them. But in loving God ~they do not sin. Consequently 11 1, 65 | operations, by knowing and ~loving Him. Thus it is plain that 12 1, 77 | compared to the soul, not as ~loving and knowing, but as loved 13 1, 37 | principle of understanding and loving ~all creatures.~ 14 1, 61 | nature. But the precept of loving God more than self is a 15 1, 64 | withdrawn from them. But in loving God ~they do not sin. Consequently 16 1, 66 | operations, by knowing and ~loving Him. Thus it is plain that 17 1, 76 | compared to the soul, not as ~loving and knowing, but as loved 18 1, 92 | aptitude for ~understanding and loving God; and this aptitude consists 19 2, 1 | last end by knowing and loving God: this is not possible ~ 20 2, 5 | this life, by ~knowing and loving God, albeit imperfectly. 21 2, 27 | what we know not seems like loving something ~more than we 22 2, 39 | being attached to it, and loving it too much, or ~through 23 2, 43 | all ~fear is caused by our loving something: and consequently 24 2, 43 | since it is through his loving a ~certain good, that whatever 25 2, 62 | anything, either by hoping or loving, unless that thing be apprehended 26 2, 64 | immensity of His omnipotence and loving kindness. ~This measure 27 2, 64 | by believing, hoping and loving, according to ~the measure 28 2, 70 | movement of the soul in loving God and our neighbor." It 29 2, 77 | self-love, since ~it is through loving himself that man either 30 2, 78 | Again, the consequence of loving a thing ~less is that one 31 2, 100 | receive a precept about loving God and his ~neighbor, because 32 2, 100 | but not about the duty of loving oneself, because in this ~ 33 2, 100 | includes no precept about loving ~one's children.~Aquin.: 34 2, 109 | regard to the motive of loving, and the mode of love. And ~ 35 2, 109 | fulfil this command by ~loving God above all things, as 36 2, 113 | things that are behind, ~by loving them; but, for that matter, 37 2, 7 | to transient things by ~loving them. From this impurity 38 2, 17 | act, which is the act of loving: but another virtue is required 39 2, 22 | such a way to the act of loving, as though the will were 40 2, 23 | greater lover, but not a more loving one. ~It follows, therefore, 41 2, 23 | which consists in man's loving God above all things, and ~ 42 2, 24 | love of them includes the loving of charity, since we love 43 2, 24 | deserves ~to be blamed for loving himself, since it is written ( 44 2, 24 | those who are capable of loving in return. But our body 45 2, 24 | enjoy God by knowing and ~loving Him, yet by the works which 46 2, 24 | enemies, namely, that in loving God and our neighbor, we 47 2, 24 | there is only one reason for loving him; and our ~neighbor's 48 2, 25 | more lovable it is, since ~loving begins with seeing, according 49 2, 25 | as being the ~reason for loving. In this way good is the 50 2, 25 | seeing is the cause of loving, not as though a thing were 51 2, 25 | good. Now ~the reason for loving a thing is more loved than 52 2, 25 | himself by reason of his ~loving himself with regard to his 53 2, 25 | from the very reason for loving: since, as stated above ~( 54 2, 25 | a more potent reason for loving than that ~another should 55 2, 25 | which is the reason for loving one's neighbor, is a greater 56 2, 25 | is a greater reason for ~loving, than the participation 57 2, 25 | which is ~the reason for loving one's own body. Therefore, 58 2, 25 | and the same reason for loving ~several, there should be 59 2, 25 | and the ~same reason for loving all one's neighbors, which 60 2, 25 | ways: first, through our loving some and not loving others. 61 2, 25 | our loving some and not loving others. As regards ~beneficence 62 2, 25 | inequality arises from our loving some more than ~others: 63 2, 25 | Consequently this very act of loving someone because ~he is akin 64 2, 25 | there are more reasons for loving them. ~Now intensity of 65 2, 25 | there are more reasons for ~loving. Now there are more reasons 66 2, 25 | more ~grievous sin to cease loving a benefactor or to work 67 2, 25 | against him, than to ~cease loving one to whom one has hitherto 68 2, 25 | Perfect charity ~consists in loving greater goods more, and 69 2, 25 | not be man's reason for loving. Hence ~it is that in the 70 2, 26 | being loved rather than in loving.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[27] A[ 71 2, 26 | friendship ~consists in loving rather than in being loved. 72 2, 26 | Therefore it consists in loving rather than in being loved.~ 73 2, 26 | friends are more commended for loving ~than for being loved, indeed, 74 2, 26 | to love for the ~sake of loving, as though this were itself 75 2, 26 | loved is the end of their loving, but because it is a kind 76 2, 26 | material cause, we speak of loving ~something for that which 77 2, 26 | were the reason for its ~loving things it knows not, through 78 2, 26 | alone: hence charity, by loving ~God, unites the soul immediately 79 2, 26 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether in loving God we ought to observe 80 2, 26 | to observe some mode in loving God. ~For the notion of 81 2, 26 | God is the cause ~of our loving God; the measure is to love 82 2, 26 | God is the reason for our loving our neighbor out of ~charity, 83 2, 26 | is the only reason ~for loving one's enemy. Secondly, because 84 2, 26 | consider the reason ~for loving, while the last considers 85 2, 42 | heart is withdrawn from loving God, on account of the ~ 86 2, 42 | to add the precept about loving our neighbor. ~Aquin.: SMT 87 2, 42 | and this is done by his ~loving God and his neighbor.~Aquin.: 88 2, 42 | indicates ~both the reason for loving and the mode of love. The 89 2, 42 | of love. The reason for loving is ~indicated in the word " 90 2, 42 | regards the reason for ~loving, namely, that a man should 91 2, 80 | consideration of ~God's goodness and loving kindness, according to Ps. 92 2, 92 | divine ~honor, through either loving or revering them too much. 93 2, 117 | covetous man exceeds by loving them more than ~he ought, 94 2, 121 | its own sake, "without ~loving happiness. If they succeed 95 2, 124 | a sin, to fall short of loving them in due ~measure. Nevertheless, 96 2, 124 | despised as hindering us from ~loving and serving God, and on 97 2, 127 | sometimes a man is commended for loving honor, ~and sometimes for 98 2, 137 | goods, and wish to avoid loving earthly and material things, 99 2, 154 | Further, no one sins in loving God vehemently. Now a man 100 2, 155 | it results from one man loving ~another that he takes no 101 2, 173 | through the overflow of His loving ~goodness, goes outside 102 2, 178 | God," inasmuch as through loving God we are ~aflame to gaze 103 2, 182 | of ~love, through a man loving not only his friends and 104 2, 182 | perfect, consists in our loving ~God with our whole heart, 105 2, 182 | so, is convicted of ~not loving the supreme Pastor." And 106 2, 183 | man is the better through loving God the more. Therefore 107 2, 184 | his life," namely by not loving ~riches though placed in 108 2, 186 | holy sons of their most loving mother the Catholic Church 109 3, 4 | operation, viz. by knowing and loving Him. According ~to its need - 110 3, 5 | any doubt that He is most loving; and because of the ~first 111 3, 19 | Div. Nom. ii): "The most ~loving operation of God is made 112 3, 30 | the Divine mystery of the loving kindness of Jesus: afterwards 113 3, 39 | which is a creature both loving and ~gregarious. Wherefore 114 3, 45 | says on Mk. 8:39: "By His loving foresight He allowed them 115 3, 86 | nothing ~to hinder God from loving a man in one respect, while 116 Suppl, 69| a single night would my loving ~mother fail to visit since 117 Suppl, 71| their ~merits, but of His loving kindness. Hence a gloss 118 Suppl, 71| himself, treat his body with loving care. For as Augustine says ( 119 Suppl, 86| competent to be judges as loving the ~truth of justice above 120 Suppl, 95| cause of their inordinate loving.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[98] A[ 121 Suppl, 96| Almighty God on account of ~His loving kindness delights not in


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