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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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beautiful

   Part, Question
1 1, 5 | the cognitive faculty; for beautiful things are those which ~ 2 1, 25 | on account of the most beautiful order given to things by 3 1, 39 | whence things are called beautiful which have ~a bright color.~ 4 1, 39 | that an image is said to be beautiful, ~if it perfectly represents 5 1, 70 | called into being, to make ~beautiful the intermediate element, 6 1, 39 | whence things are called beautiful which have ~a bright color.~ 7 1, 39 | that an image is said to be beautiful, ~if it perfectly represents 8 1, 71 | called into being, to make ~beautiful the intermediate element, 9 1, 90 | though this ~be a more beautiful material, because this very 10 1, 92 | in sinners; or "clear and beautiful," as ~in the just; as Augustine 11 1, 95 | also greater, and more beautiful, and all ways better disposed; 12 2, 27 | good" only ~but also "the beautiful is beloved by all."~Aquin.: 13 2, 27 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The beautiful is the same as the good, 14 2, 27 | while the notion of the beautiful is that which ~calms the 15 2, 27 | senses ~chiefly regard the beautiful, which are the most cognitive, 16 2, 27 | reason; for we speak of beautiful sights ~and beautiful sounds. 17 2, 27 | of beautiful sights ~and beautiful sounds. But in reference 18 2, 27 | not use the expression "beautiful," for we do not speak of ~ 19 2, 27 | for we do not speak of ~beautiful tastes, and beautiful odors. 20 2, 27 | of ~beautiful tastes, and beautiful odors. Thus it is evident 21 2, 27 | the appetite; while the "beautiful" is ~something pleasant 22 2, 27 | all, even if we ~see how beautiful it is." Therefore hope too 23 2, 52 | to be simply ~healthy or beautiful, unless it be such in all 24 2, 102 | possess vaster and more beautiful ~abodes. And for this reason 25 2, 105 | order (Num. 24:5): "How beautiful are thy tabernacles, O Jacob, 26 2, 105 | and thy ~tents." But the beautiful ordering of a people depends 27 2, 32 | that "the first good and beautiful is an object of love and ~ 28 2, 101 | due to the good and the beautiful, that they may be made known, 29 2, 139 | we cannot separate ~the beautiful from the virtuous," and 30 2, 139 | that "whatever is just is ~beautiful." Now the beautiful is considered 31 2, 139 | is ~beautiful." Now the beautiful is considered as proper 32 2, 139 | the regard for ~what is beautiful." Now virtue deserves praise 33 2, 139 | for being honorable and ~beautiful. Therefore temperance is 34 2, 140 | no pleasure in seeing a beautiful woman," all of which is ~ 35 2, 140 | human affairs a thing ~is beautiful according as it harmonizes 36 2, 140 | is twofold," that "the ~beautiful is that which is in keeping 37 2, 142 | honest, ~a seeker after the beautiful." Therefore shamefacedness 38 2, 142 | not disgraceful but most beautiful ~according to Ethic. i, 39 2, 143 | 2) Its relation with the beautiful [*As honesty here denotes 40 2, 143 | honest is the same as the beautiful?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[145] A[ 41 2, 143 | honest is not the same as the beautiful. ~For the aspect of honest 42 2, 143 | Rhet. ii, ~53]. But the beautiful regards rather the faculty 43 2, 143 | pleasing. Therefore the beautiful is not the same as the honest.~ 44 2, 143 | that the honest and the beautiful differ.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 45 2, 143 | honest is not the same as the beautiful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[145] A[ 46 2, 143 | and by comely parts the beautiful members. ~Therefore the 47 2, 143 | Therefore the honest and the beautiful are apparently the same.~ 48 2, 143 | states that God is said to be beautiful, as being ~"the cause of 49 2, 143 | adds that "many ~things are beautiful to the eye, which it would 50 2, 143 | thing is perceived to be beautiful as soon as it is apprehended, ~ 51 2, 143 | Div. ~Nom. iv) that "the beautiful and the good are beloved 52 2, 143 | the same thing honest and beautiful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[145] A[ 53 2, 143 | disgraceful is opposed to the beautiful: and opposites ~are most 54 2, 165 | pleasure seeketh objects beautiful, ~melodious, fragrant, savory, 55 2, 178 | 29:17) that she was "of a beautiful ~countenance." Now the beauty 56 2, 178 | his enlightenment by the beautiful and the good." ~On the other 57 2, 178 | conducted to the ~good and the beautiful." The "straight" movement 58 3, 36 | more brilliant and more beautiful ~than the other stars, drew 59 3, 57 | written (Is. 63:1): "This beautiful one in his ~robe, walking 60 Suppl, 58| sufficiently in regard to a beautiful woman, but insufficiently 61 Suppl, 59| number of the captives a beautiful woman and ~lovest her, and 62 Suppl, 72| into hell, and all that is ~beautiful and noble will be taken 63 Suppl, 91| with reference to the most beautiful of the objects which fall ~ 64 Suppl, 91| knowledge sees all things, beautiful and deformed.~Aquin.: SMT 65 Suppl, 95| Dionysius (Div. Nom. iv), "the beautiful and good that is the cause


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