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sensory 1
senstive 1
sensu 5
sensual 33
sensuality 149
sensualized 1
sensuous 8
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33 rib
33 room
33 ruling
33 sensual
33 served
33 shares
33 shed
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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sensual

   Part, Question
1 1, 80 | Trin. xii, 12) that "the sensual ~movement of the soul which 2 1, 80 | seems to be taken from the sensual ~movement, of which Augustine 3 1, 80 | sight from seeing. ~Now the sensual movement is an appetite 4 1, 80 | to movement. Wherefore by sensual movement we ~understand 5 1, 80 | OBJ 1: By saying that the sensual movement of the soul is 6 1, 94 | passions of the soul are in the sensual appetite, the ~object of 7 1, 94 | exist in ~ourselves. For our sensual appetite, wherein the passions 8 1, 94 | judgment, ~accordingly as the sensual appetite obeys reason to 9 1, 97 | place it is not to lessen sensual pleasure, but to prevent 10 2, 4 | account of opposition; thus a ~sensual delight that is contrary 11 2, 69 | some have ascribed it to a sensual life, ~some, to an active 12 2, 69 | said to be happy. Because sensual ~happiness, being false 13 2, 69 | removing the obstacle of sensual happiness. For a life of 14 2, 69 | humility. ~Secondly, the sensual life consists in following 15 2, 69 | from those things in which sensual happiness consists: ~which 16 2, 74 | that "if the consent ~to a sensual delectation goes no further 17 2, 83 | motive ~cause of a sin is sensual pleasure, which regards 18 2, 91 | under the ~influence of his sensual impulses: in fact this happens 19 2, 102| yet dwell in the waters of sensual ~delights. The hawk, which 20 2, 43 | certain wisdom is "earthly, ~sensual, devilish." Therefore wisdom 21 2, 43 | the body, it is called "sensual wisdom," if ~in some excellence, 22 2, 44 | according to 1 Cor. 2:14, "The ~sensual man perceiveth not these 23 2, 53 | wisdom which is "earthly, ~sensual and devilish," as explained 24 2, 152| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The sensual pleasure that aggravates 25 2, 152| inclination of the will. But the sensual pleasure that is in the ~ 26 2, 152| this way that the greatest sensual pleasure is in fornication. ~ 27 2, 167| he uses these things for sensual pleasure ~or ostentation."~ 28 3, 15 | sin an inclination of the sensual appetite to what is ~contrary 29 3, 18 | that in Christ there was a sensual appetite, or ~sensuality. 30 3, 18 | mind that sensuality or the sensual ~appetite, inasmuch as it 31 3, 27 | is a sinful motion. Now ~sensual concupiscence is said to 32 3, 27 | render ~impossible in her any sensual movement not preceded by 33 3, 55 | doubt or error: "for, the sensual men perceiveth not ~those


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