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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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venereal

   Part, Question
1 2, 149| concupiscences relating to venereal pleasures. Secondly, the 2 2, 149| mingling of bodies ~conduces to venereal pleasure which is the proper 3 2, 149| matter of abstinence, and venereal pleasures which are the 4 2, 149| abstinence, are directed to venereal pleasures, which are the 5 2, 149| with ~the use of matters venereal, whereby the nature of the 6 2, 149| chastity, which is about venereal pleasures, is a ~distinct 7 2, 149| uses of meats, drinks, and venereal matters differ in character. ~ 8 2, 149| 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Venereal pleasures are more impetuous, 9 2, 149| though directed somewhat to venereal pleasures, are essentially 10 2, 149| men are most ~ashamed of venereal acts, as Augustine remarks ( 11 2, 149| Consequently purity regards ~venereal matters properly, and especially 12 2, 149| the vices of intemperance, venereal sins are most ~deserving 13 2, 150| A[1] Body Para. 2/2~Now venereal pleasures offer three points 14 2, 150| purposely ~abstaining from venereal pleasure, retains the integrity 15 2, 150| since it abstains ~from all venereal pleasures: for the Philosopher 16 2, 150| virginity refrains from all venereal ~pleasure in order more 17 2, 150| only from that which is venereal: and abstains ~therefrom 18 2, 150| anyone refrained from all ~venereal pleasure through love of 19 2, 150| purpose of abstaining from venereal pleasure, which ~purpose 20 2, 150| free of all experience of ~venereal pleasure. Now it is manifest 21 2, 150| from the experience of venereal pleasure has an excellence 22 2, 150| oneself free from inordinate ~venereal pleasure. Wherefore virginity 23 2, 150| the flesh and freedom from venereal ~experience. But they have 24 2, 150| one who has experienced ~venereal lust should cease to have 25 2, 150| namely to entire freedom from venereal pleasure; virginity ~alone 26 2, 150| than ~virgins who renounce venereal pleasure for that same purpose. 27 2, 151| the matter of lust is only venereal desires and pleasures?~Aquin.: 28 2, 151| matter of lust is not only venereal ~desires and pleasures. 29 2, 151| lust is not properly ~about venereal desires and pleasures.~Aquin.: 30 2, 151| pleasure ~regards not only venereal matters but also many others. 31 2, 151| lust is ~not only about venereal desires and pleasures.~Aquin.: 32 2, 151| sowing of the flesh refers to venereal pleasures. ~Therefore these 33 2, 151| debauched with pleasures." Now venereal pleasures above all debauch 34 2, 151| lust applies chiefly to venereal ~pleasures, which more than 35 2, 151| affords an incentive to venereal pleasure.~Aquin.: SMT SS 36 2, 151| a special application to venereal pleasures, to which also ~ 37 2, 151| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether no venereal act can be without sin?~ 38 2, 151| 1: It would seem that no venereal act can be without sin. 39 2, 151| hinder virtue. Now every venereal act is a ~great hindrance 40 2, 151| Therefore, seemingly, no ~venereal act is without sin.~Aquin.: 41 2, 151| Ethic. ii, 2. Now in every venereal act there is excess of ~ 42 2, 151| of prophecy. Therefore no venereal act can be without sin.~ 43 2, 151| concupiscence, without which no ~venereal act is possible, as Augustine 44 2, 151| Concup. i, ~24). Therefore no venereal act can be without sin.~ 45 2, 151| wives. Therefore not every venereal ~act is a sin.~Aquin.: SMT 46 2, 151| individual, so is the ~use of venereal acts directed to the preservation 47 2, 151| body, so also the use of venereal acts can be without sin, 48 2, 151| pleasure attaching to a venereal ~act directed according 49 2, 151| set himself to sleep. That venereal ~concupiscence and pleasure 50 2, 151| Whether the lust that is about venereal acts can be a sin?~Aquin.: 51 2, 151| would seem that lust about venereal acts cannot be a sin. For ~ 52 2, 151| cannot be a sin. For ~the venereal act consists in the emission 53 2, 151| can there be any sin in venereal acts.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[153] 54 2, 151| what ~is his. But in the venereal act a man uses only what 55 2, 151| Therefore there can be no sin in venereal ~acts, and consequently 56 2, 151| forsaken. Now the use of venereal ~acts, as stated in the 57 2, 151| reason in the matter of ~venereal acts. Wherefore without 58 2, 151| Now the end of lust is ~venereal pleasure, which is very 59 2, 152| lust consists ~in seeking venereal pleasure not in accordance 60 2, 152| inconsistent with the end of the venereal act. In ~this way, as hindering 61 2, 152| which attaches to every venereal act from which ~generation 62 2, 152| the ~matter wherein the venereal act is consummated may be 63 2, 152| the man, because in the venereal act the woman is passive 64 2, 152| acts circumstantial to the venereal ~act, for instance kisses, 65 2, 152| consists properly in the venereal act whereby ~a virgin is 66 2, 152| since lust is properly about venereal ~actions, it would seem 67 2, 152| is a ~sin concerned with venereal matter, as stated above ( 68 2, 152| having a special deformity in venereal acts.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[154] 69 2, 152| incompatible with the right use of venereal actions, there must needs 70 2, 152| affinity is unbecoming to venereal union on three ~counts. 71 2, 152| it is evident that in venereal acts there is a certain ~ 72 2, 152| persons should be united in ~venereal intercourse. This reason 73 2, 152| they were not debarred from venereal ~union, opportunities of 74 2, 152| union, opportunities of venereal intercourse would be very 75 2, 152| love that has its origin in venereal intercourse, his love ~would 76 2, 152| more wicked is it through venereal lust to transgress the bounds 77 2, 152| bounds of morals through venereal desire in sacred matters. 78 2, 152| in sacred matters. But ~venereal desire pertains to lust. 79 2, 152| of deformity whereby the venereal act is rendered unbecoming, 80 2, 152| the ~natural order of the venereal act as becoming to the human 81 2, 152| copulation, for the sake of venereal ~pleasure: this pertains 82 2, 152| not human generation but venereal ~pleasures. It is possible 83 2, 152| with regard to the use of venereal actions, it ~follows that 84 2, 152| reason to make use of the venereal act not only with prejudice 85 2, 153| denote abstention from all ~venereal pleasure: thus the Apostle 86 2, 153| pleasures of touch not only in venereal ~matters but also in eating. 87 2, 153| applied only to ~the use of venereal matters. Therefore the desire 88 2, 153| human flesh; ~and as regards venereal matters - for instance the 89 2, 153| of the species, such ~as venereal acts, the pleasures of which 90 2, 153| 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Venereal pleasures are more vehement 91 2, 153| incontinence in ~reference to venereal matters rather than in reference 92 2, 153| denotes cessation from all venereal ~pleasures; and if continence 93 2, 153| abstinence from all ~things venereal: and thus it means that " 94 2, 168| temperance is not only about venereal matters, but also ~about 95 2, 168| adultery, which pertains to venereal ~pleasure.~Aquin.: SMT SS 96 2, 178| for contemplation, since venereal pleasures most of all ~weigh 97 2, 184| pleasures, chief among which are venereal pleasures, and these ~are 98 3, 65 | applied as a ~remedy against venereal concupiscence: first because 99 3, 70 | reason of ~the abundance of venereal pleasure.~Aquin.: SMT TP


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