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1 1, 12 | God can be seen with the bodily eye?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[12] 2 1, 12 | dreams and alienations of the bodily senses ~divine revelations 3 1, 17 | Relig. 33): "If all the bodily senses report as they are ~ 4 1, 20 | motive-force of our bodies. ~Some bodily change therefore always 5 1, 20 | have annexed to them some bodily change, are called passions; ~ 6 1, 20 | material element - namely, the bodily ~change - and a certain 7 1, 42 | Synod. Can. 27): ~"Remove bodily weakness, remove the beginning 8 1, 43 | For the ~purpose of the bodily appearances of those things 9 1, 47 | that the universality of bodily creatures ~would not be 10 1, 51 | sensible things through the bodily senses, as will be ~explained 11 1, 51 | created spirit needs some bodily instrument, which is not 12 1, 51 | his own ~power exceeds all bodily power. Therefore an angel 13 1, 51 | apparitions were beheld by bodily vision, whereby the ~object 14 1, 51 | this end, ~that by such bodily organs the spiritual powers 15 1, 53 | movement is simpler than any bodily change. ~But some bodily 16 1, 53 | bodily change. ~But some bodily change is effected in an 17 1, 54 | are not performed through ~bodily organs, as intellect and 18 1, 57 | they penetrate those occult bodily ~modifications. Hence Augustine 19 1, 57 | through following some bodily impression, ~influences 20 1, 66 | waters," not, indeed, in bodily shape, but as the craftsman' 21 1, 66 | made some ~beginning of bodily glory in something corporeal, 22 1, 66 | luminous, even as ~the whole bodily creation, after the Resurrection, 23 1, 68 | of supernatural visions, bodily, imaginative, and ~intellectual, 24 1, 70 | phantasms derived from the bodily senses, and thus far ~is 25 1, 75 | understand by means of a bodily organ; since the determinate 26 1, 42 | Synod. Can. 27): ~"Remove bodily weakness, remove the beginning 27 1, 43 | For the ~purpose of the bodily appearances of those things 28 1, 48 | that the universality of bodily creatures ~would not be 29 1, 52 | sensible things through the bodily senses, as will be ~explained 30 1, 52 | created spirit needs some bodily instrument, which is not 31 1, 52 | his own ~power exceeds all bodily power. Therefore an angel 32 1, 52 | apparitions were beheld by bodily vision, whereby the ~object 33 1, 52 | this end, ~that by such bodily organs the spiritual powers 34 1, 54 | movement is simpler than any bodily change. ~But some bodily 35 1, 54 | bodily change. ~But some bodily change is effected in an 36 1, 55 | are not performed through ~bodily organs, as intellect and 37 1, 58 | they penetrate those occult bodily ~modifications. Hence Augustine 38 1, 58 | through following some bodily impression, ~influences 39 1, 67 | waters," not, indeed, in bodily shape, but as the craftsman' 40 1, 67 | made some ~beginning of bodily glory in something corporeal, 41 1, 67 | luminous, even as ~the whole bodily creation, after the Resurrection, 42 1, 69 | of supernatural visions, bodily, imaginative, and ~intellectual, 43 1, 71 | phantasms derived from the bodily senses, and thus far ~is 44 1, 74 | understand by means of a bodily organ; since the determinate 45 1, 80 | which is directed to the bodily senses is common to ~us 46 1, 80 | us and beasts." But the bodily senses belong to the apprehensive 47 1, 80 | soul is directed ~to the bodily senses, Augustine does not 48 1, 80 | to understand that the ~bodily senses are included in sensuality, 49 1, 80 | certain inclination to the bodily senses, since we desire ~ 50 1, 80 | apprehended through the bodily senses. And thus the ~bodily 51 1, 80 | bodily senses. And thus the ~bodily senses appertain to sensuality 52 1, 83 | corporeal things through the bodily senses." But the soul ~itself 53 1, 83 | cannot be known through the bodily senses. Therefore it does 54 1, 83 | First, because "whatever the bodily senses reach, ~is continually 55 1, 84 | a thing better with his bodily sight, whose power is greater, 56 1, 85 | when silence reigns, hence bodily ~impressions are made in 57 1, 88 | may exceed a better man in bodily ~stature, so the same kind 58 1, 92 | 1: The Prophet speaks of bodily images made by man. Therefore ~ 59 1, 92 | not to be found in his ~bodily shape, yet because "the 60 1, 93 | clarity, ~were lacking in the bodily members of the first man, 61 1, 95 | man would not have had any bodily ~need of animals - neither 62 1, 95 | There might also have been bodily disparity. For the human 63 1, 96 | consider what belongs to the bodily state of the first man: ~ 64 1, 96 | like a drug, warded off all bodily ~corruption."~Aquin.: SMT 65 1, 96 | from the fact that ~every bodily power is finite; so the 66 1, 97 | without concupiscence. All the bodily members would have been 67 1, 98 | would have been imperfect in bodily size ~and power.~Aquin.: 68 1, 106 | voice, or gesture, or some ~bodily member, as the tongue, or 69 1, 106 | above the properties of ~bodily speech, should be lifted 70 1, 106 | The cry mentioned is not a bodily voice raised by reason of ~ 71 1, 109 | accompanied with a certain bodily change, is subject to the 72 1, 110 | with alienation from the bodily senses, sometimes without 73 1, 112 | demons, ~and to prevent both bodily and spiritual harm.~Aquin.: 74 1, 118 | De Vera Relig. xi): "The bodily food ~when corrupted, that 75 2, 2 | him; for instance, wisdom, bodily health, and ~such like. 76 2, 2 | happiness consists in any bodily good?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[2] 77 2, 2 | s happiness consists in bodily goods. For ~it is written ( 78 2, 2 | regard to happiness. ~But in bodily goods he is surpassed by 79 2, 2 | soul is preferred to ~all bodily goods.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 80 2, 2 | 2~I answer that, Because bodily delights are more generally 81 2, 2 | A[6] Body Para. 2/2~But bodily pleasure cannot result from 82 2, 2 | body, and ~which causes bodily delight through being apprehended 83 2, 2 | little sand." And therefore bodily pleasure is neither ~happiness 84 2, 3 | Dioscor.) "the body and the bodily senses will receive a certain ~ 85 2, 4 | phantasm, which is only in a bodily organ, ~as was shown in 86 2, 4 | perfection of the body is a bodily good. But ~it has been shown 87 2, 4 | Happiness does not consist in bodily ~goods. Therefore no perfect 88 2, 4 | Happiness does not consist in bodily good as its object: ~but 89 2, 4 | good as its object: ~but bodily good can add a certain charm 90 2, 4 | spiritual goods. Nevertheless a bodily ~place, viz. the empyrean 91 2, 6 | which is the power of a bodily organ, is also moved ~indirectly; 92 2, 9 | the soul, not bound to a bodily organ: wherefore it follows 93 2, 9 | since they are acts of ~bodily organs, can be moved accidentally, 94 2, 9 | appetite is the act of a bodily organ. Wherefore there is 95 2, 10 | they may from some other bodily disorder; since such like ~ 96 2, 11 | enjoy their food and any bodily pleasure."~Aquin.: SMT FS 97 2, 12 | same time to God and to bodily ~benefits. Therefore, for 98 2, 12 | attention to God and to bodily benefits, as to two last 99 2, 17 | Therefore the movement of the bodily members ~is not subject 100 2, 17 | of the means. So also in bodily ~movements the principle 101 2, 17 | nature. Now the principle of ~bodily movements begins with the 102 2, 22 | is only in respect of a bodily transmutation; wherefore ~ 103 2, 22 | speaking, in respect of a bodily ~transmutation. Therefore 104 2, 24 | sensitive appetite, nor ~again bodily members: and so in them 105 2, 24 | ordering of passions or of bodily actions, as it does in us.~ 106 2, 27 | Ethic. ix, 5,12) says ~that bodily sight is the beginning of 107 2, 28 | of love, i.e. a certain bodily change, it happens ~that 108 2, 28 | through the change of some bodily organ.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 109 2, 30 | is a power seated ~in a bodily organ: wherefore sensible 110 2, 30 | requires: ~because these bodily goods, when obtained, do 111 2, 31 | and evil tendency, such as bodily ~ailments, as also sadness 112 2, 31 | joys, are distinct from bodily delights, which are not 113 2, 31 | which is called joy, but not bodily delight.~Aquin.: SMT FS 114 2, 31 | appetite is accompanied by a bodily ~transmutation, whereas 115 2, 31 | speaking, ~when accompanied by bodily transmutation. It is not 116 2, 31 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether bodily and sensible pleasures are 117 2, 31 | OBJ 1: It would seem that bodily and sensible pleasures are 118 2, 31 | spiritual pleasures. Therefore bodily ~pleasures are greater.~ 119 2, 31 | known by its effect. But ~bodily pleasures have greater effects; 120 2, 31 | Ethic. vii, 3). Therefore bodily ~pleasures are greater.~ 121 2, 31 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, bodily pleasures need to be tempered 122 2, 31 | spiritual ~pleasures. Therefore bodily pleasures are greater.~Aquin.: 123 2, 31 | who would not forfeit his bodily sight ~rather than his intellectual 124 2, 31 | compared with sensible ~bodily pleasures, then, in themselves 125 2, 31 | greater and more beloved than bodily good: a ~sign whereof is 126 2, 31 | abstain from even the greatest bodily pleasures, ~rather than 127 2, 31 | because the objects of bodily pleasure are corruptible, 128 2, 31 | hand, in relation to us, bodily pleasures are more ~vehement, 129 2, 31 | lower. Thirdly, because bodily pleasures are ~sought as 130 2, 31 | sought as remedies for bodily defects or troubles, whence 131 2, 31 | griefs ~arise. Wherefore bodily pleasures, by reason of 132 2, 31 | The reason why more seek bodily pleasures is because ~sensible 133 2, 31 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Bodily transmutation arises more 134 2, 31 | transmutation arises more from bodily pleasures, ~inasmuch as 135 2, 31 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Bodily pleasures are realized in 136 2, 32 | because good, especially bodily good, as health, is conditioned ~ 137 2, 32 | superfluous good or any bodily pleasure, ~causes disgust. 138 2, 32 | contrary. And this is why bodily pleasures, which are contrary 139 2, 32 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Bodily goods are conditioned by 140 2, 33 | latitudo] is a dimension of bodily magnitude: ~hence it is 141 2, 33 | In this way nearly all ~bodily pleasures cause thirst for 142 2, 33 | for themselves. Because ~bodily pleasures become distasteful 143 2, 33 | the point of perfection in bodily ~pleasures, he wearies of 144 2, 33 | by ~some operation of the bodily powers, which tire from 145 2, 33 | Para. 2/2~On the other hand bodily pleasures hinder the use 146 2, 33 | from them; and thus if the bodily ~pleasure be great, either 147 2, 33 | the Philosopher says that "bodily pleasures ~destroy the estimate 148 2, 33 | the reason: in ~so far as bodily pleasure is followed by 149 2, 33 | absent thing. Now such bodily disturbances hinder the 150 2, 33 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Bodily pleasure implies indeed 151 2, 33 | are exercised through a bodily ~organ. Consequently alteration 152 2, 33 | act of reason, ~but only bodily pleasure; for this arises, 153 2, 34 | account only of sensible and bodily pleasures which are more 154 2, 34 | And they held that all bodily ~pleasures should be reckoned 155 2, 34 | without some sensible and bodily pleasure, if they who ~teach 156 2, 34 | account of the ~accompanying bodily change. But in this case 157 2, 34 | observing ~that sensible and bodily pleasure consists in a certain 158 2, 35 | Vera Relig. xii), that "bodily pain is a sudden ~corruption 159 2, 35 | De Nat. Boni xx) that "bodily pain ~is caused by the sense 160 2, 35 | passion of the soul: just as bodily ailments ~are properly called 161 2, 35 | senses are required for ~bodily pain, in the same way as 162 2, 35 | in the same way as for bodily pleasure.~Aquin.: SMT FS 163 2, 35 | pain is used to express bodily suffering." But ~sorrow 164 2, 35 | generally used in reference to bodily pains, which are ~better 165 2, 35 | past and future: whereas bodily ~pain, which follows apprehension 166 2, 35 | pain be taken as denoting bodily pain, which is its more ~ 167 2, 35 | extends further than does bodily pain. But if ~pain be taken 168 2, 35 | sorrow annexed to it, as bodily pleasures ~have, which are 169 2, 35 | sensitive part, which have a bodily organ; ~either from the 170 2, 35 | pain or ~sorrow caused by bodily weariness, does not belong 171 2, 35 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Bodily changes are more liable 172 2, 37 | can he learn while in bodily pain.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[37] 173 2, 37 | body, so that it ~involves bodily transmutation more than 174 2, 37 | to the soul. Consequently bodily pain is a greater hindrance 175 2, 37 | be due to its ~having a bodily transmutation in conjunction 176 2, 37 | conjunction with it. But bodily ~transmutation takes place 177 2, 37 | passions of the soul, the bodily ~transmutation which is 178 2, 37 | is naturally the cause of bodily transmutation. Nor ~is there 179 2, 37 | Other passions imply a bodily transmutation which is ~ 180 2, 38 | occurs in the carrying of bodily burdens. ~The second and 181 2, 38 | Therefore it ~does not assuage bodily pain, which is in the senses.~ 182 2, 38 | more, even in the midst of bodily ~tortures this joy is found; 183 2, 38 | causes. But these, being bodily things, are incompatible 184 2, 38 | consequently whatever restores the bodily nature to its due state 185 2, 38 | is assuaged by such like bodily remedies.~Aquin.: SMT FS 186 2, 38 | the beginning and end of bodily movements, as stated in ~ 187 2, 39 | useful good?~(4) Whether bodily pain is the greatest evil?~ 188 2, 39 | OBJ 3: Further, just as bodily evil is the object and cause 189 2, 39 | the object and cause of bodily ~pain, so spiritual evil 190 2, 39 | in the soul. ~But every bodily pain is a bodily evil. Therefore 191 2, 39 | But every bodily pain is a bodily evil. Therefore every spiritual 192 2, 39 | The same also applies to bodily pain: because the ~perception 193 2, 39 | perception and rejection of bodily evil is the proof of the 194 2, 39 | two things, as regards ~bodily pain, are a proof of the 195 2, 39 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether bodily pain is the greatest evil?~ 196 2, 41 | appetitive power that has a bodily organ, such ~movement being 197 2, 41 | movement being accompanied by a bodily transmutation. And, again, 198 2, 41 | natural body is due to the bodily ~presence of an agent, so 199 2, 42 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Bodily good or evil, considered 200 2, 44 | appetitive power, while ~the bodily transmutation is the material 201 2, 44 | proportionate; and consequently the bodily transmutation assumes ~a 202 2, 44 | first ~mover, but by the bodily members as instruments. 203 2, 44 | mover. On the part of the bodily instruments, fear, considered 204 2, 45 | appetite, and ~in a certain bodily transmutation; a thing may 205 2, 45 | way, on the ~part of the bodily transmutation.~Aquin.: SMT 206 2, 45 | either our own power, as bodily ~strength, experience of 207 2, 45 | others.~On the part of the bodily transmutation, daring is 208 2, 46 | reason. On the part of the bodily temperament, ~a man, considered 209 2, 48 | pleasures, ~chiefly sensible and bodily pleasures, are remedies 210 2, 48 | above (Q[44], A[1]), the bodily transmutation ~that occurs 211 2, 48 | reason makes no use of a bodily ~organ in its proper act, 212 2, 48 | anger, above ~all, causes a bodily disturbance in the region 213 2, 49 | includes all dispositions: ~bodily dispositions, when he says ' 214 2, 50 | act when we ~will." But bodily actions are not subject 215 2, 50 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, all bodily dispositions are easy to 216 2, 50 | to change. Therefore no bodily disposition can be a ~habit.~ 217 2, 50 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, all bodily dispositions are subject 218 2, 50 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Bodily dispositions are not simply 219 2, 50 | changeableness of their bodily causes. But they may be ~ 220 2, 50 | 3 Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 3: Bodily dispositions which are in 221 2, 51 | disposed from their own bodily temperament to chastity 222 2, 51 | meditation strengthens memory." Bodily ~habits, however, can be 223 2, 52 | quantity, is ~transferred from bodily quantities to intelligible 224 2, 52 | 2] Body Para. 4/5~As to bodily habits, it does not seem 225 2, 52 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Even in bodily bulk increase is twofold. 226 2, 53 | of the body: and yet no ~bodily change seems capable of 227 2, 53 | is clearly the case with bodily habits - for ~instance, 228 2, 59 | only good is virtue, and bodily goods are no good to man; 229 2, 59 | just as virtue directs the bodily ~limbs to their due external 230 2, 60 | as referred either to a bodily sense, or to the inner ~ 231 2, 67 | since they are acts of bodily organs. Therefore it ~seems 232 2, 67 | irrational powers will be in ~the bodily organs, just as they now 233 2, 67 | change or sickness. But no bodily change ~is so great as that 234 2, 67 | powers which are acts ~of bodily organs, viz. in the powers 235 2, 68 | s gifts, but only with "bodily exercise," of which he had ~ 236 2, 71 | to undue disposition of bodily members or of any things ~ 237 2, 72 | like. The other pleasure is bodily or natural, and is ~realized 238 2, 72 | natural, and is ~realized in bodily touch, and this can also 239 2, 72 | takes pleasure is something bodily, and in this respect ~covetousness 240 2, 72 | there may be disorder in the bodily ~humors; and then there 241 2, 72 | intemperance is love for bodily pleasures, while ~the motive 242 2, 73 | and sufficient cause of ~bodily death; whereas no man can 243 2, 74 | can be perceived by the bodily senses, so far ~approves 244 2, 77 | external occupation, or ~some bodily infirmity; and, in this 245 2, 77 | general. Thirdly, by way of ~bodily transmutation, the result 246 2, 77 | those which result from bodily defects, rather than those 247 2, 77 | disease of the body. ~But bodily disease excuses from sin 248 2, 77 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Bodily disease is involuntary: 249 2, 77 | drunkenness, which ~is a kind of bodily disease.~Aquin.: SMT FS 250 2, 81 | Because, granted that some ~bodily defects are transmitted 251 2, 81 | account of a defect in the bodily habit, as in the case ~of 252 2, 81 | flows from the soul into the bodily members is ~called "actual." 253 2, 81 | judgment, children receive bodily punishment on their parents' ~ 254 2, 81 | been in Adam, "by way of bodily substance" [*The expression 255 2, 82 | original justice, even as bodily sickness is an ~inordinate 256 2, 82 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: As bodily sickness is partly a privation, 257 2, 82 | inclination to inordinate bodily movements results indirectly 258 2, 82 | results indirectly from bodily ~sickness. Nor is it necessary 259 2, 82 | subject. For example, take bodily sickness: ~various species 260 2, 82 | account of the different bodily ~temperaments. Consequently 261 2, 83 | sinned": whereas it is in the bodily semen, as in its ~instrumental 262 2, 83 | dispositive principle: because the bodily semen, which is transmitted ~ 263 2, 83 | sensitive powers, which use a ~bodily organ. Therefore original 264 2, 84 | account of the attendant bodily labor: or else it happens 265 2, 85 | Whether death and other bodily defects are the result of 266 2, 85 | Whether death and other bodily defects are the result of 267 2, 85 | seem that death and other bodily defects are not the ~result 268 2, 85 | Therefore death and other bodily defects are not the result 269 2, 85 | death and all ~consequent bodily defects are punishments 270 2, 85 | actual sin can cause a bodily defect: thus some sicken 271 2, 87 | of money for the ~sake of bodily health, or loss of both 272 2, 87 | Reply OBJ 2: Temporal and bodily goods are indeed goods of 273 2, 87 | that ills sustained in bodily goods or ~even in the body 274 2, 87 | referred to ~temporal or bodily punishments, in so far as 275 2, 87 | one for ~another's sin are bodily and temporal. They are also 276 2, 90 | does not ~make use of a bodily organ. Therefore law is 277 2, 98 | intermediate beings: and also ~bodily aids, which God vouchsafes 278 2, 101 | referred to the outward and ~bodily worship of God, as stated 279 2, 101 | should have ~lessened this bodily worship: since it directed 280 2, 101 | 3: The Old Law lessened bodily worship in many ways. Thus 281 2, 101 | enact for the lessening of bodily worship; as ~Rabbi Moses, 282 2, 101 | behooved not to attenuate the bodily worship of God so much as 283 2, 102 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 14: Further, bodily sacrifices denote the inward 284 2, 102 | worshipped, ~is confined to no bodily place: wherefore there was 285 2, 102 | was in order to show that bodily worship is not acceptable ~ 286 2, 102 | as God is concerned, no bodily thing is ~reputed impure, 287 2, 102 | be consecrated with any bodily anointing, ~bodily sacrifices, 288 2, 102 | with any bodily anointing, ~bodily sacrifices, and bodily oblations.~ 289 2, 102 | bodily sacrifices, and bodily oblations.~Aquin.: SMT FS 290 2, 102 | worship consisted in certain bodily ~uncleannesses; which were 291 2, 102 | blood and seed. All these bodily uncleannesses ~were purified 292 2, 102 | sometimes, however, ~that bodily leprosy was miraculously 293 2, 102 | that they should have no bodily stain or defect: since men 294 2, 102 | reason is evident. Because bodily stains or defects ~wherefrom 295 2, 102 | If, however, we speak of bodily uncleanness, consisting 296 2, 102 | becoming, ~both for the sake of bodily cleanliness; and in order 297 2, 103 | to the removal of these ~bodily uncleannesses, not to the 298 2, 108 | it clear that the entire bodily worship ~which was fixed 299 2, 109 | senses of the soul." Now the ~bodily senses, however pure, cannot 300 2, 111 | whether with respect to bodily health - and thus there 301 2, 111 | has ~received the gift of bodily health through the virtue 302 2, 10 | matter of faith, because "his bodily senses are deceived, ~while 303 2, 10 | various vices, and to various bodily diseases.~Aquin.: SMT SS 304 2, 10 | other kinds. For just as bodily disease is graver according 305 2, 10 | should be submitted even to bodily compulsion, that they may 306 2, 11 | act is independent ~on a bodily organ.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 307 2, 14 | 3~I answer that, Just as bodily blindness is the privation 308 2, 14 | privation of the ~principle of bodily sight, so blindness of mind 309 2, 14 | unable to pierce. Now a bodily sense, by a kind of metaphor, ~ 310 2, 14 | by way of similitude to bodily sense, we speak of sense 311 2, 19 | infected with the love of bodily pleasures, among ~which, 312 2, 22 | interests, not ~by mere bodily presence, not by crafty 313 2, 23 | increase may be in respect of bodily quantity, so may it be according 314 2, 23 | quantity. Now increase in bodily quantity results from addition; ~ 315 2, 23 | God is able to ~increase a bodily quantity by adding a magnitude 316 2, 23 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Bodily quantity has something as 317 2, 23 | increase of a body. Now bodily increase in animals and 318 2, 25 | OBJ 2: A man ought to bear bodily injury for his friend's 319 2, 25 | is ~bound to support in bodily sustenance.~Aquin.: SMT 320 2, 30 | spiritual alms. Therefore ~bodily almsdeeds are of more account 321 2, 30 | than . . . all." Therefore bodily ~almsdeeds have no spiritual 322 2, 30 | they can employ it for some bodily use, it seems that ~much 323 2, 31 | an external loss, or of a bodily injury, in so much as the ~ 324 2, 31 | rather than the healing of a bodily infirmity, or the relieving ~ 325 2, 31 | relieving ~of an external bodily need. There is another correction 326 2, 33 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, no bodily failing that occurs at fixed 327 2, 33 | sensitive appetite has a bodily organ, it follows that on 328 2, 33 | that on account of some ~bodily transmutation a man becomes 329 2, 33 | insistent, through ~certain bodily transmutations occurring 330 2, 33 | certain fixed times. Now all ~bodily effects, of themselves, 331 2, 33 | dislike of toil, ~and love of bodily repose seem to be due to 332 2, 33 | vices, whereby a man seeks ~bodily comfort and pleasure.~Aquin.: 333 2, 38 | the oppressor ~who work bodily harm; not, however, by having 334 2, 38 | spiritual ~prevented), than the bodily safety of an individual. 335 2, 42 | since to love God is not a bodily action: and ~therefore heart 336 2, 42 | heart," because just as the bodily heart is the principle of 337 2, 43 | act, on ~account of the bodily impediment which hinders 338 2, 44 | folly which results from a bodily ~impediment. On the other 339 2, 51 | by way of similitude to bodily movement. Now a thing is 340 2, 51 | precipitated as regards bodily movement, when it is brought 341 2, 53 | man who gains his bread by bodily labor ~is not superfluous 342 2, 62 | punishment of death or of bodily maiming is appointed: wherefore 343 2, 63 | removed for the sake of the bodily ~health of the whole, unless 344 2, 66 | anyone's sin conduces to the bodily or spiritual corruption ~ 345 2, 77 | transgression is derived from bodily movement ~and applied to 346 2, 77 | is said to transgress in ~bodily movement, when he steps [ 347 2, 79 | whatever man offers by bodily actions, seems to be directed 348 2, 79 | wrong to worship God with bodily actions. Therefore religion 349 2, 79 | Therefore religion has no ~bodily actions.~Aquin.: SMT SS 350 2, 79 | temperance which repels bodily uncleanness. Since then ~ 351 2, 80 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Bodily fatness is produced by the 352 2, 81 | exterior things, whether bodily ~members, or those external 353 2, 82 | we approach God not by bodily but by spiritual sense. 354 2, 82 | devotion of the mind; and a bodily adoration, which consists 355 2, 82 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Even bodily adoration is done in spirit, 356 2, 82 | secondarily in ~certain bodily signs of humility; thus 357 2, 82 | external pertaining to bodily signs. Now the mind internally 358 2, 82 | comprised in a place; while bodily signs must of necessity 359 2, 82 | fittingness, like other bodily signs.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 360 2, 86 | the of the ~flesh nor any bodily good is to be compared with 361 2, 93 | a body, nor the act of a bodily organ, and consequently ~ 362 2, 93 | powers which are acts ~of bodily organs having an inclination 363 2, 93 | number of men follow their bodily passions, so that their 364 2, 93 | place it may be ~due to a bodily cause. For since dumb animals 365 2, 93 | of which is the act of a bodily organ, their soul is ~subject 366 2, 94 | purpose of producing some bodily ~effect we must consider 367 2, 95 | never treated my body with bodily ~medicine, I have my Lord 368 2, 95 | such sickness as required bodily ~medicine, or else she felt 369 2, 98 | even as the soul has no bodily life ~without the body."~ 370 2, 98 | because it is ~merely a bodily element. But if it were 371 2, 102 | of sin, ~but not from the bodily bondage, whereby they are 372 2, 106 | man ~loves most are life, bodily safety, his own freedom, 373 2, 106 | whereby man forfeits his bodily safety; "slavery," and " 374 2, 116 | matter of covetousness is ~bodily goods, namely, external 375 2, 116 | Covetousness with regard to a bodily object seeks the ~pleasure, 376 2, 116 | sins, which seek a purely bodily pleasure in respect of a 377 2, 116 | pleasure in respect of a bodily object.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 378 2, 120 | do some other but lawful bodily work. ~Hence Augustine says ( 379 2, 120 | preservation of one's own bodily ~well-being does not profane 380 2, 120 | suffered. In like manner a ~bodily work that is directed to 381 2, 120 | that is directed to the bodily well-being of another is 382 2, 120 | Sabbath day?" And again, a bodily work that is done to avoid 383 2, 120 | Now we owe the favor of bodily life to our parents ~after 384 2, 121 | body, overcomes and removes bodily obstacles.~Aquin.: SMT SS 385 2, 121 | reason through fear of bodily evil. Now it behooves one 386 2, 121 | evil whatsoever, since no bodily good is ~equivalent to the 387 2, 121 | the most fearful of all bodily evils is death, since it 388 2, 121 | since it does ~away all bodily goods. Wherefore Augustine 389 2, 121 | pleasure is twofold; one is bodily, resulting ~from bodily 390 2, 121 | bodily, resulting ~from bodily contact, the other is spiritual, 391 2, 121 | for instance, the loss of bodily ~life, which the virtuous 392 2, 121 | unpleasant in respect of bodily contact, ~such as wounds 393 2, 121 | losing his life, ~and for bodily pain. Hence we read (2 Macc. 394 2, 121 | which it ~delights, than bodily pains have to afflict it. 395 2, 121 | being entirely ~overcome by bodily pain. And the delight of 396 2, 121 | delight of virtue. Yet since bodily pain is more sensible, and 397 2, 121 | in the ~presence of great bodily pain.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[123] 398 2, 121 | De Memoria ii), ~when a bodily passion is in movement, 399 2, 121 | the displeasing evil. But bodily pain impels him ~more strongly 400 2, 122 | accompanied by the pains of bodily ~torment, "from fear of 401 2, 122 | possess, and even to suffer bodily pain, rather than lose life. 402 2, 127 | fixed accidents by way of bodily ~movements. For quickness 403 2, 127 | as these dispositions of bodily movements ~are competent 404 2, 130 | of men, whether it be a bodily or ~a spiritual good. Since, 405 2, 134 | for sinful evils than for bodily evils: hence some heathens ~ 406 2, 134 | not less desirable than bodily health. Therefore in like 407 2, 136 | OBJ 2: Toil is opposed to bodily pleasure: wherefore it is 408 2, 138 | how to fight, even in a bodily contest, in order to ~obtain 409 2, 139 | appetite pursues sensible and bodily ~goods, the other whereby 410 2, 139 | flies from sensible and bodily evils. ~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 411 2, 139 | moderation. Because sensible and bodily goods, ~considered in their 412 2, 139 | flies from sensible and bodily evils, which sometimes accompany 413 2, 139 | which ~regards flight from bodily evils, and consequently 414 2, 139 | temperance to spurn all bodily allurements and popular 415 2, 139 | these, too, belong to the bodily allurements, and again by 416 2, 139 | their nature greater ~than bodily pleasures, they are not 417 2, 139 | prejudicial to ~health and a sound bodily condition, but also that 418 2, 140 | sensitive ~powers. which need a bodily organ. as stated in the 419 2, 140 | who are in ~duty bound to bodily occupations and carnal procreation.~ 420 2, 141 | Para. 5/6~With regard to bodily movements and actions, moderation 421 2, 141 | pertains to the ~moderation of bodily movements and external things, 422 2, 143 | consists in a man having his bodily limbs well proportioned, ~ 423 2, 145 | order to perform certain ~bodily works with greater ease: 424 2, 145 | that are not necessary. Now bodily works are ~directed to temporal 425 2, 145 | account of a pilgrimage, or bodily works.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 426 2, 145 | without detriment to the bodily ~health and such external 427 2, 145 | necessary for the upkeep of ~bodily or spiritual life, there 428 2, 145 | work, ~either for one's bodily livelihood, or for some 429 2, 145 | on account of the various bodily temperaments, the result 430 2, 145 | this is ~taken more for bodily refreshment, and digestion 431 2, 146 | aggravated, if a man incur some bodily ~injury through taking too 432 2, 149 | man ~make moderate use of bodily members in accordance with 433 2, 149 | fondling of women, and those bodily contacts which belong to 434 2, 150 | maiden to have forfeited even bodily sanctity, though she lost ~ 435 2, 150 | achieving the greatest ~bodily pleasure which is that of 436 2, 150 | that the integrity of the bodily organ is accidental to ~ 437 2, 150 | and for this reason is a bodily quality, ~"yet it is a spiritual 438 2, 150 | above, the integrity of a bodily organ is ~accidental to 439 2, 150 | retains the integrity of a bodily ~organ. Hence if the organ 440 2, 150 | another, consisting in bodily goods; the third, ~consisting 441 2, 150 | manner if a man abstain from bodily pleasures, in order more 442 2, 150 | of the body, namely the bodily increase of the human ~race, 443 2, 151 | fondling of a woman, and those bodily contacts." Therefore, seemingly, 444 2, 151 | the preservation of the bodily nature ~of one individual 445 2, 151 | as gluttony provides the bodily ~matter of lust - and not 446 2, 152 | may be threefold. One is a bodily cause. For when there is ~ 447 2, 153 | sometimes it is owing to a bodily cause: because some ~people 448 2, 154 | incontinence results from the bodily ~temperament: for the Philosopher 449 2, 154 | since it is owing to ~a bodily disposition that vehement 450 2, 154 | powers which make use of bodily organs. The operations of 451 2, 154 | are accomplished ~without bodily instruments, namely to the 452 2, 154 | due to the fact that the bodily temperament is an ~occasional 453 2, 154 | anger results more from the bodily temperament owing to the ~ 454 2, 154 | anger. Hence one who ~by bodily temperament is disposed 455 2, 156 | passion resulting from a bodily transmutation. ~This movement 456 2, 158 | curiosity. The third ~regards bodily movements and actions, which 457 2, 159 | men's eyes is effected by bodily uplifting."~Aquin.: SMT 458 2, 162 | Further, death and other bodily defects are similarly found 459 2, 162 | whence arose death and other bodily ~defects. For life and soundness 460 2, 162 | the things that ~have a bodily existence in that paradise, 461 2, 164 | whereas on the part of his bodily ~nature, man is inclined 462 2, 166 | Ethic. ii, 1). But outward bodily movements are in man by 463 2, 166 | fortitude. Now outward bodily movements are not directed 464 2, 166 | that, Just as man needs bodily rest for the body's refreshment, ~ 465 2, 166 | forces that ~operate through bodily organs. Now sensible goods 466 2, 166 | reason entail a greater bodily ~labor. In either case, 467 2, 170 | according to a difference in bodily purity. ~According to this 468 2, 171 | images of things lacking a bodily form through the seer being 469 2, 171 | either on account of some bodily ~transformation (as in the 470 2, 171 | Dan. 4:1-2), or even by bodily likenesses, as happened 471 2, 171 | not effected by means of bodily and ~individual images, 472 2, 171 | the soul are seen just as bodily things themselves ~are seen 473 2, 171 | means of the likenesses of bodily things, ~had not the gift 474 2, 173 | threefold ~cause. First, from a bodily cause, as happens to those 475 2, 173 | indicate a supramundane bodily vision, conveyed through 476 2, 173 | was withdrawn from its bodily surroundings through ~being 477 2, 173 | that is withdrawn from his bodily senses during ~ecstasy), 478 2, 176 | outward action, or again ~the bodily contact of even a dead body. 479 2, 176 | means a benefit, namely bodily health, is conferred on 480 2, 178 | power moves not only the bodily members to ~perform external 481 2, 178 | mortal life wherein the bodily senses have their play: 482 2, 178 | actually making use of the ~bodily senses, and thus contemplation 483 2, 178 | make use neither of ~the bodily senses, nor even of the 484 2, 178 | various movements. Now of bodily ~movements, local movements 485 2, 178 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: External bodily movements are opposed to 486 2, 178 | which one loves; even as bodily vision gives pleasure, ~ 487 2, 180 | less so when it stoops to bodily things." Wherefore it is 488 2, 182 | of his neighbor, but also bodily hardships and even death, ~ 489 2, 182 | above (A[3], ad 3), just as bodily perfection ~is reached by 490 2, 182 | perfection ~is reached by bodily growth, so spiritual perfection 491 2, 182 | spiritual growth. Now after bodily growth one is said to have 492 2, 182 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: By bodily growth a man progresses 493 2, 183 | abandon his subjects in a bodily manner?~(6) Whether he can 494 2, 183 | for a bishop on account of bodily persecution to ~abandon 495 2, 183 | persecution, to withdraw his bodily presence from the flock ~ 496 2, 183 | a bishop withdraws his bodily presence from the flock ~ 497 2, 183 | this if he withdraw his bodily presence from his flock. ~ 498 2, 183 | persecution withdraw his bodily presence from his flock.~ 499 2, 183 | bishop to withdraw his bodily presence from the execution 500 2, 183 | the pastor to withdraw his bodily presence from his flock,


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