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pleasurable 48
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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pleasing

   Part, Question
1 1, 3 | our soul. Hence ~what is pleasing to His will is said to be 2 1, 3 | to His will is said to be pleasing to His soul.~Aquin.: SMT 3 1, 5 | opposites; for the virtuous is pleasing, and no wickedness ~is useful; 4 1, 5 | except so far as it is ~pleasing and virtuous. Therefore 5 1, 5 | those things are called pleasing which have no other ~formality 6 1, 19 | evidently in that good is more ~pleasing and praiseworthy when contrasted 7 1, 74 | or that ~the creature was pleasing to Him otherwise, than before 8 1, 73 | or that ~the creature was pleasing to Him otherwise, than before 9 1, 77 | an animal were moved by pleasing and ~disagreeable things 10 1, 77 | not only because they are pleasing or otherwise to ~the senses, 11 2, 32 | Again, on the part of the pleasing good which is united to 12 2, 32 | the continuation of any ~pleasing object; and which can behold 13 2, 32 | everything ~that is loved becomes pleasing to the lover, since love 14 2, 32 | every object ~of desire is pleasing to the one that desires, 15 2, 32 | the real ~presence of the pleasing good, that is not implied 16 2, 32 | belonging to others will be pleasing to us: which is evidently ~ 17 2, 32 | actions of others are not pleasing to us, but to the agents ~ 18 2, 32 | do some good to us, are pleasing to us: since it is pleasant 19 2, 32 | therefore flattery is ~pleasing to some. And as love is 20 2, 32 | whatever is ~wonderful is pleasing, for instance things that 21 2, 32 | know, is in itself more pleasing than the ~research of what 22 2, 32 | research is sometimes more pleasing accidentally, in so far ~ 23 2, 65 | virtue, and those works are pleasing to him for their own sake: ~ 24 2, 65 | virtue; nor are these works pleasing to them for ~their own sake, 25 2, 102 | living sacrifice, holy, pleasing unto ~God."~Aquin.: SMT 26 2, 102 | water, these became more pleasing to the gods. Even ~now some 27 2, 110 | there is something in him pleasing to the other; even ~as anyone 28 2, 110 | difference, that what ~is pleasing to a man in another is presupposed 29 2, 110 | his love, but whatever ~is pleasing to God in a man is caused 30 2, 110 | inasmuch as it makes man pleasing to God, or is given ~gratuitously - 31 2, 111 | But man is not ~therefore pleasing to God because something 32 2, 111 | by God, because ~man is pleasing to Him. Hence there is no 33 2, 111 | 1: Grace is said to make pleasing, not efficiently but ~formally, 34 2, 111 | made worthy to ~be called pleasing to God, according to Col. 35 2, 111 | grace, since it makes man pleasing ~to God. And hence gratuitous 36 2, 111 | justifies the soul, or makes it pleasing to God, ~is called operating 37 2, 111 | yet they do not make us pleasing to God. Hence ~gratuitous 38 2, 2 | mankind in whatever way was pleasing to Him, and according to 39 2, 28 | Have ~pity on thy own soul, pleasing God" [*Cf. Q[106], A[3], 40 2, 33 | spiritual goods, the more pleasing ~they become to us, and 41 2, 51 | something being inordinately pleasing to him: nor is this withdrawal ~ 42 2, 57 | choice, as though it were pleasing for its own sake and not 43 2, 71 | sin, or when the sin is pleasing ~to him: secondly, indirectly, 44 2, 71 | not because the sin is ~pleasing to him, but on account of 45 2, 71 | least ~if the detraction be pleasing to him on account of his 46 2, 71 | If however the sin is not pleasing to him, and he fails to ~ 47 2, 86 | living sacrifice, holy, ~pleasing to God," adds, "your reasonable 48 2, 86 | forbid what is in itself pleasing to God, namely, ~works of 49 2, 91 | find likely to be most pleasing to God, whether in the Roman 50 2, 99 | that these works are more pleasing to Him than sacrifices. ~ 51 2, 113 | would exceed the mode of pleasing, and ~would therefore sin 52 2, 113 | with the mere intention of ~pleasing he is said to be "complaisant," 53 2, 113 | exceed the mode of virtue in pleasing others by words or deeds 54 2, 115 | world he that wishes to be pleasing to many Should give often, ~ 55 2, 115 | although liberality is more pleasing." ~The Philosopher also 56 2, 121 | with reason, both by ~the pleasing good and the displeasing 57 2, 139 | object of the taste, is "the pleasing quality ~of the food." Therefore 58 2, 139 | adornment in woman, and a pleasing ~savor and likewise odor 59 2, 143 | of vision to which it ~is pleasing. Therefore the beautiful 60 2, 143 | honest thing is naturally pleasing to man: and the Philosopher 61 2, 143 | 8). Yet not all that is ~pleasing is honest, since a thing 62 2, 143 | not according to reason. A pleasing thing of this kind is ~beside 63 2, 143 | while it is said to be pleasing, as bringing rest to ~desire, 64 2, 143 | is ~useful and honest is pleasing in some respect, whereas 65 2, 146 | to the present life, or pleasing to the ~senses. Now as regards 66 2, 152 | petition is stated to have been pleasing to God (3 ~Kgs. 3:10), as 67 2, 180 | Have pity on thy own soul, pleasing God"; in the second place, 68 2, 184 | certain things that ~are not pleasing in themselves, for this 69 2, 184 | services we render are more pleasing when we might lawfully not ~ 70 2, 184 | Therefore seemingly it is more pleasing to God to keep ~poverty, 71 3, 7 | itself - as to make ~him pleasing to God, and the like; and 72 3, 15 | naturally seeks what is pleasing to it by the ~concupiscence 73 3, 28 | condition ~that it were pleasing to God. When, however, she 74 3, 29 | the condition that it was pleasing to God. For this reason ~ 75 3, 46 | man ~was buried there. A pleasing interpretation indeed, and 76 3, 49 | him on account of some pleasing act of homage shown him. 77 3, 49 | made in the shape of a more pleasing ~offering.~Aquin.: SMT TP 78 3, 83 | dist. 1: "It has seemed ~pleasing for the altars to be consecrated 79 3, 84 | Have pity on thy own soul, pleasing God."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[84] 80 3, 84 | to which something is ~pleasing or displeasing. Accordingly, 81 3, 84 | same respect cannot be ~pleasing and displeasing. If, on 82 Suppl, 3 | other sorrows. For the more pleasing ~a thing is, the more displeasing 83 Suppl, 3 | end is ~above all things pleasing: wherefore sin, which turns 84 Suppl, 14| viz. because they are ~pleasing to God: wherefore just as 85 Suppl, 14| done without charity to be pleasing in one respect, so neither 86 Suppl, 14| neither can ~it make them pleasing in the other respect.~Aquin.: 87 Suppl, 65| wives, and yet were most pleasing to God, ~for instance Jacob, 88 Suppl, 71| tomb; for such things are pleasing to God and receive a great 89 Suppl, 83| and harmonious sounds are ~pleasing, whereas discordant sounds 90 Suppl, 86| reveal in them certain things pleasing to them, which it will be ~


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