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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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concupiscences

   Part, Question
1 1, 82 | well-disposed as regards ~concupiscences, and by intemperance ill-disposed: 2 2, 30 | passion?~(3) Whether some concupiscences are natural, and some not 3 2, 30 | both love and pleasure. But concupiscences of this or that ~pleasurable 4 2, 30 | Para. 1/1~Whether some concupiscences are natural, and some not 5 2, 30 | OBJ 1: It would seem that concupiscences are not divided into those ~ 6 2, 30 | of ~science. But if some concupiscences are natural, and some not, 7 2, 30 | of number only. Therefore concupiscences should ~not be divided into 8 2, 30 | Therefore there are no ~concupiscences which are not natural.~Aquin.: 9 2, 30 | distinguishes natural concupiscences from those that are not 10 2, 30 | Body Para. 2/2~Accordingly concupiscences of the first kind, or natural ~ 11 2, 30 | first kind, or natural ~concupiscences, are common to men and other 12 2, 30 | common" and "necessary." But concupiscences of the second kind are ~ 13 2, 30 | i, 11) that the former concupiscences are "irrational," but the ~ 14 2, 30 | difference between those concupiscences that are ~natural and those 15 2, 30 | apprehension, whence arise natural concupiscences, which the ~Philosopher 16 2, 30 | deliberation, whence arise those concupiscences that are not ~natural, and 17 2, 31 | observe that, just as some concupiscences are ~natural, and some not 18 2, 31 | observed above in regard to ~concupiscences (Q[30], A[3], ad 2).~Aquin.: 19 2, 31 | difference is to be observed in concupiscences also: ~so that delight corresponds 20 2, 31 | touch that the ~natural concupiscences, such as those of food, 21 2, 63 | fixes the mean in these concupiscences: while the material ~element 22 2, 63 | something on the part of the concupiscences. Now it is evident ~that 23 2, 63 | is appointed in such like concupiscences according to ~the rule of 24 2, 67 | future life ~there will be no concupiscences and pleasures in matters 25 2, 94 | Temperance is about the natural concupiscences of food, ~drink and sexual 26 2, 22 | chastity, if they curb their ~concupiscences, and true justice, if they 27 2, 23 | avoiding sin and resisting his concupiscences, which move him in ~opposition 28 2, 39 | they not . . . ~from your concupiscences, which war in your members?" 29 2, 45 | reason for the sake of his concupiscences; fortitude, that ~he should 30 2, 51 | continent man suffers evil ~concupiscences, and the persevering man 31 2, 91 | moderate curbing of ~the concupiscences, is not excessive in the 32 2, 114 | they not hence, from your ~concupiscences which war in your members?" 33 2, 114 | temperance to follow one's concupiscences. Therefore it seems that ~ 34 2, 120 | they not . . . from your ~concupiscences which war in your members?" 35 2, 122 | flesh with the ~vices and concupiscences." Hence to suffer as a Christian 36 2, 141 | a man ~suffer immoderate concupiscences, his will does not succumb 37 2, 145 | flesh with the vices and ~concupiscences."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[147] 38 2, 145 | Church in order to bridle the concupiscences of the flesh, which regard ~ 39 2, 147 | they are more prone to the concupiscences ~which need to be restrained 40 2, 148 | intemperance, because such ~like concupiscences and pleasures are connatural 41 2, 149 | special matter, namely ~the concupiscences relating to venereal pleasures. 42 2, 149 | antonomastically ~to such like concupiscences, even as fortitude is about 43 2, 149 | temperance is properly ~about the concupiscences of the pleasures of touch: 44 2, 151 | whose heart is full of lewd ~concupiscences, readily breaks out into 45 2, 154 | thus ~incontinence is about concupiscences of pleasures of touch, even 46 2, 155 | temperance is concerned with concupiscences; whereas ~meekness and clemency 47 2, 155 | and clemency regard, not concupiscences, but anger and ~vengeance. 48 2, 155 | restrains the most vehement concupiscences of the ~pleasures of touch. 49 2, 155 | soul in meekness." Yet the ~concupiscences of the pleasures of touch 50 2, 158 | be ~moderate, namely the concupiscences of pleasures of touch. Now 51 2, 164 | curam] for the flesh in ~its concupiscences."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[166] 52 2, 178 | temperance, which restrains the concupiscences which especially darken ~ 53 Suppl, 3 | his bodily desires and concupiscences. And, although Augustine ~ 54 Suppl, 62| inclined to ~be led by their concupiscences, whereas in man there is 55 Suppl, 93| conflict with the ~internal concupiscences, so is there in man a conflict 56 Suppl, 93| whereby we ~triumph over the concupiscences of the flesh, in a word 57 Suppl, 93| first place, just as sexual concupiscences are chief among ~internal


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