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pleasest 1
pleaseth 2
pleasing 90
pleasurable 48
pleasurableness 4
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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pleasurable

   Part, Question
1 1, 91 | released by a natural ~and pleasurable operation. Much more, therefore, 2 1, 98 | unable to procure something pleasurable ~offered to them; and so 3 2, 3 | man is to enjoy something pleasurable. In the first sense, ~then, 4 2, 6 | to man by reason of some pleasurable sensation or some vicious ~ 5 2, 20 | considered in the light of a pleasurable good, ~besides being conducive 6 2, 20 | in so far as ~they are pleasurable, or painful, are such as 7 2, 30 | concupiscences of this or that ~pleasurable object differ "in number."~ 8 2, 30 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Pleasurable good is the object of concupiscence, 9 2, 30 | concupiscence is the craving for ~pleasurable good. Now a thing is pleasurable 10 2, 30 | pleasurable good. Now a thing is pleasurable in two ways. First, because ~ 11 2, 30 | and concupiscence of such pleasurable things is said to be ~natural. 12 2, 30 | natural. Secondly, a thing is pleasurable because it is apprehended 13 2, 30 | and concupiscence of ~such pleasurable things is said to be not 14 2, 30 | there something suitable and pleasurable according to nature: and 15 2, 31 | consider the presence of the ~pleasurable good that satisfies the 16 2, 32 | objects of operations are not pleasurable save inasmuch ~as they are 17 2, 32 | like; which would not ~be pleasurable unless they were apprehended 18 2, 32 | that is pleased and the pleasurable object conjoined to him; 19 2, 32 | of hope, wherein there is pleasurable conjunction, not only in 20 2, 32 | power of obtaining ~the pleasurable object. The third place 21 2, 32 | but increase it, it is pleasurable simply; for instance one 22 2, 33 | which acquiesces in the ~pleasurable object, and rests therein, 23 2, 33 | at the ~presence of the pleasurable object: because the mind 24 2, 34 | since food is universally pleasurable to ~the sensitive appetite 25 2, 35 | OBJ 2: Pain itself can be pleasurable accidentally in so far as 26 2, 48 | because, ~in many cases, the pleasurable things that are desired, 27 2, 60 | reason of being more or less ~pleasurable. Therefore all objects of 28 2, 60 | however, has no place in ~pleasurable objects of touch; since 29 2, 60 | passions. This good may be pleasurable to a man in his behavior 30 2, 74 | deliberating about an inordinate pleasurable act, considers that it is ~ 31 2, 76 | knows that a certain act is ~pleasurable, but not that it is a sin.~ 32 2, 92 | simply good, but useful or pleasurable to himself, or in ~opposition 33 2, 99 | attainment of some good, useful, pleasurable or virtuous, ~or in the 34 2, 100 | they have the character of pleasurable or useful good, are of ~ 35 2, 22 | nor would it be easy and pleasurable to perform. And this ~is 36 2, 51 | mark of "incontinency" in ~pleasurable matters, and of "effeminacy" 37 2, 108 | good is better than the ~pleasurable good, and life of the body 38 2, 120 | good, i.e. of something ~pleasurable, and theft has an aspect 39 2, 121 | very nature, tends to a pleasurable good, to which it is directly ~ 40 2, 139 | whatever makes the use ~more pleasurable, such as beauty and adornment 41 2, 139 | these ~senses conduce to the pleasurable use of the necessary things 42 2, 139 | to the end. Now all the pleasurable objects that ~are at man' 43 2, 139 | life, as the rule ~of the pleasurable objects of which it makes 44 2, 152 | it refrains not from the ~pleasurable object so that it may avoid 45 2, 156 | desires, is better than the ~pleasurable or useful good which is 46 2, 178 | not only because to see is pleasurable in itself, but because one 47 3, 15 | this implies the lust after pleasurable things against the order 48 Suppl, 87| possible for ~things that are pleasurable, by participation of goodness


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