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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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felt

   Part, Question
1 1, 13 | moreover, He cannot be felt, ~so as to be pointed out; 2 1, 85 | slight internal movements are felt ~more than in wakefulness, 3 1, 87 | most ~sensible are not most felt by us, comes from sense 4 1, 94 | their nakedness, for they felt the impulse of disobedience 5 2, 25 | passions, concupiscence is felt most; and for this ~reason 6 2, 28 | that ~it seems as though he felt the good or suffered the 7 2, 29 | because hatred is more keenly felt than love. For, since ~the 8 2, 29 | been received it is not felt so keenly as in the ~moment 9 2, 29 | greater, ~is nevertheless not felt so much as the heat of tertian 10 2, 29 | For ~this reason, love is felt more keenly in the absence 11 2, 29 | Trin. x, 12) that "love is felt more keenly when ~we lack 12 2, 29 | that which is hated is felt more keenly than the becomingness 13 2, 31 | griefs ~of this kind, are felt the more, and consequently 14 2, 32 | good, in ~so far as it is felt, or perceived in any way. 15 2, 35 | De Trin. x, 12), "love is felt ~more keenly, when we lack 16 2, 35 | love is the more keenly felt on account of that which 17 2, 35 | thing is the more it is felt. And then ~too, accidentally, 18 2, 36 | Therefore pain or sorrow is felt for the loss of good ~rather 19 2, 38 | the body, so far as it is felt, ~is itself a cause of pleasure, 20 2, 46 | anger, that "hatred may be felt towards a class, as we ~ 21 2, 48 | hindrance to anger. But pleasure felt in taking ~vengeance follows 22 2, 48 | OBJ 1: "Love itself is not felt so keenly as in the absence 23 2, 48 | love and makes it to be felt more.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[48] 24 2, 48 | greater when it is first ~felt; and our estimate thereof 25 2, 82 | impetuous in moving, and is felt ~most, as stated above ( 26 2, 102 | is ~first diagnosed and felt. In this rite, moreover, 27 2, 95 | bodily ~medicine, or else she felt herself suddenly cured by 28 2, 121 | burning coal, said that he felt ~as though he were walking 29 2, 162 | and thus death cannot be felt, since it is the ~privation 30 3, 12 | heavenly bodies, for ~He felt the heat in summer and the 31 3, 27 | which ~he (the Apostle) felt the "sting of the flesh." 32 3, 37 | called 'holy,' because He felt no contagion of earthly 33 3, 46 | purified: ~and the earth felt a like benefit, for it was 34 3, 46 | suffering, it would have felt less pain ~than Christ's 35 3, 50 | to suppose that Christ so felt ~death that He lost His 36 3, 77 | bodies, they could ~not be felt; for a thing is felt from 37 3, 77 | be felt; for a thing is felt from the senses being changed 38 Suppl, 3 | some hurts are ~more keenly felt than the hurt of sin, e.g. 39 Suppl, 3 | sometimes not so keenly felt as the effect of ~the past 40 Suppl, 71| be so little as not to be felt, and thus would ~no longer 41 Appen1, 2| than any pain that can be felt, seen or ~conceived in this


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