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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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aroused

   Part, Question
1 1, 80 | concupiscence, on being ~aroused, diminishes anger; and anger 2 1, 83 | soul, because by them it is aroused to turn to the "active intelligence" ~ 3 1, 106 | Therefore, as sense is aroused by the sensible object, 4 1, 106 | mind of an ~angel can be aroused to attention by some intelligible 5 2, 17 | the sensitive ~appetite is aroused suddenly in consequence 6 2, 46 | movement of anger can be ~aroused in man in two ways. First, 7 2, 46 | and, in this way, man is aroused to a movement of anger even ~ 8 2, 46 | bile] because it quickly aroused. ~Secondly, on the part 9 2, 48 | because ~the wrong done which aroused his former anger, will, 10 2, 77 | concupiscence of the flesh is aroused chiefly by what is ~seen 11 2, 77 | without a ~passion being aroused in the sensitive appetite.~ 12 2, 80 | certain ~passions being aroused in the sensitive appetite, 13 2, 102 | and movements ~of lust are aroused by seeing such things. Wherefore 14 2, 23 | act of charity which is aroused by these things. Or ~again, 15 2, 26 | the passion of love is not aroused ~suddenly, but is born of 16 2, 34 | reason that in the struggle aroused by envy there is something 17 2, 39 | preferred ~to him, his anger is aroused, and then his anger results 18 2, 63 | desire for vengeance, it is aroused ~chiefly when a man deems 19 2, 79 | that man's mind may be aroused thereby, ~as by signs, to 20 2, 89 | praising Him our devotion is aroused ~towards Him, according 21 2, 89 | so that they needed to be aroused by ~such instruments as 22 2, 93 | Samuel was not in reality aroused from his rest, but some ~ 23 2, 146 | sumptuous food, concupiscence is aroused by the very species of the ~ 24 2, 154 | temperament are most vehemently aroused. Even so, ~on the other 25 2, 169 | the mind has once been ~aroused to devotion, it is more 26 2, 184 | of worldly solicitude is aroused in man in reference ~especially 27 3, 29 | and to suffer persecution aroused by ~him. But during His 28 3, 36 | domestic character, would have ~aroused suspicion in regard to Christ' 29 3, 36 | the ~outward form which aroused the attention of their corporeal 30 3, 44 | the envy of the Jews to be aroused thereby" [*Bede, Expos. 31 3, 66 | devotion of the faithful is ~aroused, and the cunning of the 32 3, 79 | bestowed, but it is furthermore aroused to act, ~according to 2 33 3, 87 | charity whose movement is aroused by such ~things.~Aquin.: 34 3, 87 | towards God, which fervor is ~aroused by such things, sometimes 35 Suppl, 71| indirectly, in so far as men ~are aroused to pity thereby and consequently 36 Suppl, 72| fervor of our devotion is aroused anew as it ~were. Thirdly,


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