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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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feel

   Part, Question
1 1, 14 | the reason why we actually feel or know a thing is because 2 1, 54 | within the agent, as to ~feel, to understand, to will; 3 1, 55 | within the agent, as to ~feel, to understand, to will; 4 1, 77 | all natural bodies would feel when they undergo alteration.~ 5 1, 83 | of the body; so that to feel is not an ~act of the soul 6 1, 86 | the proper sense does not feel its own act, for this ~belongs 7 1, 104 | that to understand ~or to feel is a kind of movement, as 8 2, 3 | in the ~agent, such as to feel, to understand, and to will: 9 2, 15 | ad aliud sentire" ~[to feel towards something]; and 10 2, 15 | consentire" [to consent] is "to feel ~with," and this implies 11 2, 22 | ix, 5): "The holy angels feel no anger while ~they punish . . . 12 2, 24 | God and the holy angels feel no anger when they ~punish . . . 13 2, 31 | e.g. to understand, to feel, and to will and such like, ~ 14 2, 31 | e.g. to understand, to feel, to will and the like: because ~ 15 2, 31 | nor does the lion feel pleasure in the lowing of 16 2, 32 | 11). For as far as we who feel pleasure are concerned, 17 2, 35 | remained in nature, we should feel no pain in being ~punished 18 2, 35 | since "the body cannot feel pain unless ~the soul feel 19 2, 35 | feel pain unless ~the soul feel it," as Augustine says ( 20 2, 35 | s memory, and makes one feel one's love for the ~thing, 21 2, 36 | pain that dumb animals feel, it is quite evident how 22 2, 38 | minds, either I should not ~feel that pain, or at least that 23 2, 41 | In this way, both "to ~feel" and "to understand" are 24 2, 46 | whom he is ~hurting, may feel it and be in pain, and know 25 2, 46 | dead": both because they feel no pain, which is, above 26 2, 82 | were to grant to a man to feel no inordinate lust in the ~ 27 2, 89 | not in Christ, when they feel the sting of the flesh, 28 2, 89 | that he was not liable to feel concupiscence." Now this 29 2, 111 | to man is nobler than to feel, ~which is common to all 30 2, 11 | punishment, others would feel more assured in lapsing ~ 31 2, 23 | however, when they come to feel this ~onslaught less, they 32 2, 33 | mid-day, when they begin to ~feel the want of food, and to 33 2, 39 | anger, he even wishes him to feel the hurt and know that what 34 2, 145 | that those who fast may feel some pain in ~satisfaction 35 2, 162 | painful, since man does not feel it when he is dead, ~and 36 2, 162 | is dead, ~and he cannot feel it when he is not dying. 37 3, 15 | 2]). Therefore He could feel no pain.~Aquin.: SMT TP 38 3, 21 | as to understand and to feel are called movements; and 39 3, 34 | understand, to will, and to feel, are not movements that 40 3, 79 | we desire it, He lets us feel Him, and eat Him, and embrace 41 3, 81 | sacramental veils But cannot feel the ~piercing of the thorns 42 Suppl, 49| individual, it is enough that he feel this defect; but in ~order 43 Suppl, 70| soul will then be able to feel actually.~Aquin.: SMT XP 44 Suppl, 70| OBJ 2: The soul is said to feel through the body, not as 45 Suppl, 72| nothing to cleanse will feel no pain at all from the 46 Suppl, 77| sensitive soul, for "we do not feel with them" (De Anima i, 47 Suppl, 79| Civ. Dei xxii, 19): "We ~feel an undescribable love for 48 Suppl, 83| bodily pain which the dying feel, without doubt the damned 49 Suppl, 83| damned will continue ~to feel a far greater pain: wherefore 50 Suppl, 93| subdued ~that she did not feel this conflict. This, however, 51 Suppl, 93| De Civ. Dei xxii): "We feel an undescribable love for 52 Appen1, 1| granted. Therefore they will feel no sorrow.~Aquin.: SMT XP 53 Appen1, 1| seeing Him, and that they feel some kind of sorrow on this ~


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