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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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aversion

   Part, Question
1 2, 23 | evil, is the passion of "aversion" or ~"dislike." Thirdly, 2 2, 23 | love and hatred, desire and aversion, joy ~and sadness. In like 3 2, 24 | passions ~which consist in aversion from good, and a tendency 4 2, 25 | like manner ~fear adds to aversion or detestation a certain 5 2, 25 | hatred are first; desire and aversion, second; hope ~and despair, 6 2, 25 | hatred; desire precedes aversion; ~hope precedes despair; 7 2, 25 | begins ~in hatred, goes on to aversion, and ends in fear. Hence 8 2, 26 | and hatred; (2) Desire and aversion; (3) Pleasure and ~sadness.~ 9 2, 71 | apparently consists properly in aversion from the ~end: because good 10 2, 71 | contains no mention of ~aversion from our due end: therefore 11 2, 71 | eternal law," he includes aversion from the end and all other 12 2, 72 | species from the privation or ~aversion, as stated above (A[1]), 13 2, 73 | the immutable Good, which ~aversion completes the nature of 14 2, 74 | because it does not imply aversion from the last end, but ~ 15 2, 77 | end which is God, which aversion pertains to ~the deliberating 16 2, 77 | a mortal sin regards the aversion, which follows ~accidentally 17 2, 86 | sins agree on the part of aversion and ~privation of grace: 18 2, 9 | through creatures that man's aversion from God is ~occasioned, 19 2, 10 | sin consists formally in aversion from God, as ~stated above ( 20 2, 10 | latter ~rather than to the aversion of the faithful from the 21 2, 19 | mutable good, together with aversion from the immutable ~good, 22 2, 19 | sin there is, in some way, aversion from ~the immutable good, 23 2, 19 | consist principally in aversion from the immutable ~good; 24 2, 19 | good, and, consequently, in aversion from the immutable good: ~ 25 2, 19 | nothing but inordinate ~aversion from God: whereas in other 26 2, 19 | is not only inordinate ~aversion from God, but also an inordinate 27 2, 19 | are opposed ~to them imply aversion from God directly and principally. 28 2, 19 | its very nature, ~includes aversion from God, is most grievous 29 2, 20 | just as despair consists in aversion from God, so ~presumption 30 2, 20 | of one's ~own good, and aversion from the immutable good, 31 2, 23 | by change of place but by aversion of the will." ~Aquin.: SMT 32 2, 23 | every mortal sin consists in aversion from God, as stated above ~( 33 2, 26 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Aversion from God, which is brought 34 2, 32 | Further, hatred is a kind of aversion. But according to Dionysius ~( 35 2, 32 | defect in sin consists in its aversion from God, as ~stated above ( 36 2, 32 | Q[10], A[3]): and this aversion would not have the ~character 37 2, 32 | consists in a voluntary aversion from God.~Aquin.: SMT SS 38 2, 32 | 2/2~Now this voluntary aversion from God is directly implied 39 2, 32 | inordinate pleasure, to which aversion from God is connected. Now 40 2, 33 | Reply OBJ 2: Sloth is not an aversion of the mind from any spiritual ~ 41 2, 42 | the ~end, and accordingly aversion from the means derives its 42 2, 51 | this ~should happen through aversion from the Divine Law, it 43 2, 77 | of loss on account of the aversion from God, and the pain of 44 2, 146 | determined with regard to the ~aversion. Wherefore it does not follow 45 2, 150 | from all pleasures through aversion, as it were, for pleasure 46 2, 160 | material part of sin; and aversion from the ~immutable good, 47 2, 160 | But on the ~part of the aversion, pride has extreme gravity, 48 2, 160 | whereas pride denotes ~aversion from God simply through 49 2, 160 | resisteth the ~proud." Wherefore aversion from God and His commandments, 50 2, 160 | genus, because it exceeds in aversion which is ~the formal complement 51 2, 160 | greatest on the part of aversion, ~since it brings greatness 52 2, 160 | stated above (A[6]) that aversion from God, ~which is the 53 2, 160 | sin on the part of the aversion which is the chief part 54 3, 8 | end of the devil is the ~aversion of the rational creature 55 3, 8 | the Divine precept. But aversion ~from God has the nature 56 3, 8 | OBJ 3: All sins agree in aversion from God, although they 57 3, 86 | by means of grace, the aversion of the mind from God is 58 3, 86 | through grace removing ~the aversion of the mind from God. Nevertheless 59 3, 86 | which is on the ~part of the aversion has been taken away by grace, 60 3, 88 | sin contains two ~things, aversion from God and adherence to 61 3, 88 | whatever attaches to the aversion, is, considered in itself, 62 3, 88 | that ~which attaches to the aversion absolutely, then a subsequent 63 3, 88 | Nevertheless, since the aversion of mortal sin is [in a way, 64 3, 88 | things which attach to the aversion are*] ~diversified somewhat 65 3, 88 | there will be a different aversion, a different ~stain, a different 66 Suppl, 2 | because contrition is ~due to aversion of the will.~Aquin.: SMT 67 Suppl, 2 | in the cause and mode of aversion, and in the degree ~of separation 68 Suppl, 4 | to sin on the part of the aversion, whence it derives a ~certain 69 Suppl, 6 | while, on the part of the aversion, sin derives infinity, in 70 Suppl, 13| infinite as regards the ~aversion, and in this respect it 71 Suppl, 13| that even as regards the aversion it is ~possible to make 72 Suppl, 24| are connected together in aversion from God, which ~is incompatible 73 Suppl, 94| loss corresponding to the aversion that was in their ~sin, 74 Appen1, 1| because it contains more aversion, ~since it deprives its 75 Appen1, 1| as in actual sin there is aversion and conversion, ~so in original 76 Appen1, 1| something corresponding to aversion, namely ~the privation of


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