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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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delights

   Part, Question
1 1, 111 | a manner as to lose the ~delights of inward contemplation."~ 2 2, 2 | answer that, Because bodily delights are more generally known, " 3 2, 2 | vii, 13), ~although other delights excel them: and yet happiness 4 2, 3 | by the fact that the will delights in it. Therefore, that the 5 2, 3 | like manner; and then he delights in the money got. And so 6 2, 4 | Author of ~nature, adjusted delights to operations on account 7 2, 4 | charity a consequence that it delights in the good ~gained which 8 2, 11 | belongs to sense, which delights in its object: and for the 9 2, 11 | simply, and in which one delights as in the last end, is ~ 10 2, 30 | that he desires: for he delights in the realization of ~each 11 2, 31 | intellectual appetite?~(5) Of the delights of the higher appetite compared 12 2, 31 | the lower;~(6) Of sensible delights compared with one another;~( 13 2, 31 | gained the good in ~which he delights, the movement of execution 14 2, 31 | 30], A[3]), so also some delights are natural, and some are 15 2, 31 | Hom. xviii.] put it, "some delights are of ~the body, some are 16 2, 31 | diversity of the object. And so delights of the soul, which are also ~ 17 2, 31 | are distinct from bodily delights, which are not called ~otherwise 18 2, 31 | not called ~otherwise than delights: as we have observed above 19 2, 31 | take part in the angelic delights." ~Accordingly we have delight, 20 2, 32 | are satiated with certain delights, derive not ~pleasure but 21 2, 34 | at Thy right ~hand are delights even to the end."~Aquin.: 22 2, 37 | maketh one ~forget great delights." Therefore pain, instead 23 2, 69 | temperance, which is unmoved by delights; hunger, to justice, since 24 2, 70 | cause; and in this way, ~man delights in nothing for its own sake, 25 2, 70 | is clear ~that a sick man delights in health, for its own sake, 26 2, 70 | virtuous deeds in which one delights: ~whereas the beatitudes 27 2, 74 | in which the person who delights in it, rests. ~Sometimes 28 2, 74 | instance, when a man thinks and delights in his thought, in so ~far 29 2, 87 | a thing always unless he delights in it for ~its own sake. 30 2, 102 | wilderness to a ~land of delights. On the eighth day another 31 2, 102 | in the waters of sensual ~delights. The hawk, which helps men 32 2, 34 | because just as good which delights causes love, so does sorrow 33 2, 39 | ready to contradict; he delights in brawling, and ~provokes 34 2, 39 | well or ill. Secondly, ~he delights in quarrelling itself, and 35 2, 39 | passage proceeds, "and ~delights in brawling." Thirdly, " 36 2, 108 | when he lies from habit, delights in lying."~Aquin.: SMT SS 37 2, 109 | he pretends chastity, and delights in lewdness, ~he makes a 38 2, 110 | some kind of vanity, and delights therein, because he is a 39 2, 116 | them, desires ~them, or delights in them, immoderately. In 40 2, 121 | 1~Whether the brave man delights in his act?~Aquin.: SMT 41 2, 121 | seems that the brave man delights in his act. For "delight 42 2, 121 | Divine things in which it ~delights, than bodily pains have 43 2, 134 | which the concupiscence ~delights here and now, than to endure 44 2, 135 | grieves not ~much at them, nor delights much in the contrary goods; 45 2, 137 | Now noisome pleasures and delights are the concern of ~temperance 46 2, 149 | reason, but in so far as it delights in its act, it is reckoned ~ 47 2, 155 | virtue: while the fruits are ~delights in virtuous acts. Wherefore 48 2, 160 | license," whereby a man delights in doing ~freely whatever 49 2, 173 | when for instance a man delights in the things to which he 50 2, 177 | seem to be that wherein ~he delights most, and on which he is 51 2, 178 | beauty. And since everyone delights when he obtains ~what he 52 2, 178 | because each individual delights in the operation which befits 53 2, 178 | the appetite, since ~one delights in seeing the object loved, 54 2, 178 | in that thing. For a man delights not in ~a thing against 55 2, 178 | other things being equal, he delights yet more: ~wherefore Augustine 56 2, 179 | consideration and love ~whereof he delights. Hence Augustine says (De 57 2, 180 | altogether forsake the ~delights of truth, lest we deprive 58 2, 180 | whatsoever pertains to this life, delights to occupy ~himself entirely 59 2, 183 | we must not ~abandon the delights of truth," which are derived 60 3, 4 | of Begotten ~Wisdom: "My delights were to be with the children 61 3, 41 | unrighteousness, in which the devil delights, is there. Again, ~every 62 3, 57 | At ~Thy right hand are delights even unto the end," the 63 3, 58 | At Thy ~right hand are delights even to the end." Hence 64 Suppl, 3 | Ethic. x, 5. Thus he who delights in learning a science, ~ 65 Suppl, 78| whose taste is vitiated delights in things which ~are not 66 Suppl, 80| because a power always delights in ~a becoming object, and 67 Suppl, 92| glory, where the Bridegroom delights ~them with His presence.~ 68 Suppl, 96| for its own sake, for He delights not in punishments [*The ~ 69 Suppl, 96| of ~His loving kindness delights not in the torments of the


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