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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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sweet

   Part, Question
1 1, 17 | of an unhealthy ~tongue sweet seems bitter to a sick person. 2 1, 43 | sapientia], as it were a sweet knowledge ~[sapida scientia], 3 1, 48 | and bitter in relation to sweet. ~And in this way good and 4 1, 48 | evil. ~For white and black, sweet and bitter, and the like 5 1, 57 | difference between white and sweet. The same is to be ~observed 6 1, 59 | the sense, which knows the sweet, the white, and ~so on. 7 1, 75 | is insensible to anything sweet, and ~everything seems bitter 8 1, 76 | that something white ~is sweet), or essentially, in the 9 1, 77 | and the power to taste to sweet and bitter.~Aquin.: SMT 10 1, 43 | sapientia], as it were a sweet knowledge ~[sapida scientia], 11 1, 49 | and bitter in relation to sweet. ~And in this way good and 12 1, 49 | evil. ~For white and black, sweet and bitter, and the like 13 1, 58 | difference between white and sweet. The same is to be ~observed 14 1, 60 | the sense, which knows the sweet, the white, and ~so on. 15 1, 74 | is insensible to anything sweet, and ~everything seems bitter 16 1, 75 | that something white ~is sweet), or essentially, in the 17 1, 76 | and the power to taste to sweet and bitter.~Aquin.: SMT 18 1, 77 | taste, which perceives the sweet and the bitter, accompanies ~ 19 1, 77 | the tongue itself becomes sweet and bitter: but by reason 20 1, 77 | taste can discern white from sweet: because what discerns between 21 1, 84 | perceives that honey is sweet, he would judge truly; and 22 1, 84 | fever-stricken person judges a sweet thing to be bitter, through 23 2, 1 | Thus to every taste the sweet is pleasant but to ~some, 24 2, 1 | something similar. Yet that sweet is absolutely the best of ~ 25 2, 31 | written (Ps. 118:103): "How sweet are Thy words ~to my palate; 26 2, 31 | man suffering from fever, ~sweet things seem bitter, and 27 2, 48 | the saying that ~anger is "Sweet to the soul as honey to 28 2, 102 | Ecclus. 24:27): "My spirit is sweet ~above honey." Therefore 29 2, 102 | for a holocaust, and most sweet savor ~to the Lord." Now 30 2, 107 | Gospel: "For My yoke is sweet and My burden ~light." Therefore 31 2, 14 | Eccles. 11:7, "the light is sweet and it is delightful for 32 2, 43 | wisdom is to make the bitter sweet, and labor a ~rest.~Aquin.: 33 2, 44 | Spirit of God," ~even as sweet things have no savor for 34 2, 81 | said to be offered for a ~sweet smell to the Lord." Now 35 2, 84 | oblation to the Lord, a most ~sweet savor of the victim of the 36 2, 95 | and see that the Lord is sweet," and (Rm. 12:2): "That 37 2, 95 | good, or whether God is sweet. The other knowledge ~of 38 2, 113 | says, "that is to say, sweet flattery." Therefore ~flattery 39 2, 157 | to have ~an agreeable and sweet savor, so when raw they 40 2, 178 | and see that the Lord is sweet."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[180] 41 2, 187 | whereas religion is the sweet yoke of Christ, ~for as 42 2, 187 | those indeed who take this sweet yoke upon themselves He 43 3, 46 | changing it from bitter to sweet; ~at the touch of a wooden 44 3, 74 | sacrament belongs to Christ's ~"sweet yoke," and to the truth 45 3, 76 | and not according as it is sweet, although the same ~object 46 3, 76 | object may be both white and sweet; hence sweetness is in the 47 Suppl, 15| satisfaction, for though it be sweet to the soul it is painful 48 Suppl, 39| those of the New, which is a sweet yoke and a light ~burden ( 49 Suppl, 79| the saints will be a most sweet smell. There will also be 50 Suppl, 87| painful, to the healthy palate sweet," as Augustine says ~(Confess. 51 Suppl, 89| though it does not apprehend sweet honey, for the ~redness


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