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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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painful

   Part, Question
1 2, 20 | they are pleasurable, or painful, are such as naturally to 2 2, 32 | pleasant, but, on the contrary, painful and irksome. And ~in this 3 2, 35 | The sensibles of touch are painful, not only in so far as ~ 4 2, 39 | something saddening or painful, it is a sign of goodness 5 2, 41 | is either ~corruptive or painful." In like manner desire 6 2, 41 | Again, there is a ~fear of "painful evil," which is repugnant 7 2, 42 | is either corruptive or painful." ~Now just as a painful 8 2, 42 | painful." ~Now just as a painful evil is that which is contrary 9 2, 46 | being contrary to the will, painful, and inflicted for some 10 2, 70 | long-suffering seem to imply a painful object, ~while faith is 11 2, 70 | of not being disturbed by painful things is ~something to 12 2, 102 | slaying which was least ~painful to the slain animal." This 13 2, 102 | this form of death is very painful to the victim; and the Lord ~ 14 2, 33 | in company with what is painful and unpleasant," it follows ~ 15 2, 121 | their ~end; yet they can be painful by their nature, and this 16 2, 134 | undertakes ~to bear what is painful, save for the sake of that 17 2, 139 | accident, for ~instance, a painful hurt; wherefore it soon 18 2, 155 | from anything that may be painful to another. Wherefore ~Seneca 19 2, 162 | punishment would seem to be painful. But death ~apparently cannot 20 2, 162 | death ~apparently cannot be painful, since man does not feel 21 2, 162 | engendered: and thus death may be painful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[164] A[ 22 3, 35 | and so He wished to die a painful death. But the mother's 23 Suppl, 15| sweet to the soul it is painful to the ~body, since, as 24 Suppl, 42| Christ's Passion, which was painful. Therefore it is not a ~ 25 Suppl, 70| contact) in the same way as a "painful object is ~said to touch," 26 Suppl, 83| the privation of life, is painful simply, and the ~greatest 27 Suppl, 87| unhealthy palate ~bread is painful, to the healthy palate sweet," 28 Suppl, 87| happens ~sometimes to be painful. But intellective vision 29 Suppl, 87| intellective vision is never painful since ~"the pleasure we 30 Suppl, 87| vision of the Godhead can be painful to no ~one.~Aquin.: SMT 31 Suppl, 93| itself, and more intensely painful; while the ~conflict with 32 Suppl, 94| is because fire is most painful, through its abundance ~ 33 Suppl, 94| accidentally that seeing is painful, when we see things ~that 34 Suppl, 95| considered as a ~relief from a painful life or from some unhappiness: 35 Appen1, 1| seeing God will be more painful than their being ~burned 36 Appen1, 2| thing is desired the more painful is its absence. And since


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