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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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feels

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1 1, 8 | says (Ep. 137), "The soul feels where it ~sees, and lives 2 1, 8 | sees, and lives where it feels, and is where it lives." 3 1, 8 | and in the same ~way it feels in the heavens; but it does 4 1, 8 | true that where the soul feels and sees, ~there it is, 5 1, 54 | life which understands and feels." Therefore there is a ~ 6 1, 75 | to say that the ~soul feels or understands is like saying 7 1, 75 | man sees with the eye, and feels ~with the hand, and not 8 1, 77 | in the body, as when it feels a wound or something of 9 1, 77 | of the soul, as when it feels ~sad or joyful on hearing 10 1, 55 | life which understands and feels." Therefore there is a ~ 11 1, 74 | to say that the ~soul feels or understands is like saying 12 1, 74 | man sees with the eye, and feels ~with the hand, and not 13 1, 76 | in the body, as when it feels a wound or something of 14 1, 76 | of the soul, as when it feels ~sad or joyful on hearing 15 1, 83 | where he says that the "body feels not, but the soul ~through 16 1, 86 | OBJ 3: The proper sense feels by reason of the immutation 17 2, 31 | joy; since sometimes one feels ~a certain delight in the 18 2, 35 | other hand, "the evil man feels pain at having been ~pleased." 19 2, 38 | ix, 4, "the wicked man ~feels pain at having been pleased." 20 2, 38 | to his ~actual state, he feels a certain amount of pleasure. 21 2, 39 | only be either because he feels it not, or ~because he does 22 2, 39 | part of the subject that ~feels and rejects the evil. And 23 2, 45 | experience the danger, he feels the ~difficulty to be greater 24 2, 48 | excellence that he loves, he feels his ~love thereof the more: 25 2, 65 | habit, and consequently feels no ~pleasure and complacency 26 2, 89 | sin. Therefore, since man feels the sting of ~the flesh 27 2, 121 | he that ~endures already feels the presence of danger, 28 2, 160 | the ~clutches of pride and feels it not, falls into the lusts 29 3, 1 | the greatness of His might feels no straits ~in narrow surroundings. 30 3, 46 | the body, since the body ~feels in virtue of the soul; also, 31 Suppl, 3 | well disposed, sometimes feels a ~greater abhorrence of 32 Suppl, 49| again because each one ~feels in himself a defect of the 33 Suppl, 53| ashamed and her husband ~feels that she desires him to 34 Suppl, 70| lit. xii) that "the body feels ~not, but the soul through 35 Suppl, 70| and further on: "The soul feels ~certain things, not through 36 Suppl, 70| added, namely that the soul feels some things ~without the 37 Suppl, 70| so forth, means that it feels such ~things without the 38 Suppl, 83| power of the soul which feels the pain, but in so far 39 Appen1, 2| necessity that the soul feels the ~greatest pain when


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