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1 1, 8 | creature which knows and loves Him actually or habitually. 2 1, 9 | because God understands and loves Himself, in that ~respect 3 1, 20 | exists in God?~(2) Whether He loves all things?~(3) Whether 4 1, 20 | all things?~(3) Whether He loves one thing more than another?~( 5 1, 20 | another?~(4) Whether He loves more the better things?~ 6 1, 20 | and for the same reason He loves ~without passion.~Aquin.: 7 1, 20 | by the fact that anyone loves another, he wills good to 8 1, 20 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether God loves all things?~Aquin.: SMT 9 1, 20 | inadmissible to say that God loves ~things other than Himself.~ 10 1, 20 | 1/1~I answer that, God loves all existing things. For 11 1, 20 | it is manifest that God ~loves everything that exists. 12 1, 20 | hated under another. God loves sinners in so far ~as they 13 1, 20 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether God loves all things equally?~Aquin.: 14 1, 20 | OBJ 1: It seems that God loves all things equally. For 15 1, 20 | from the love wherewith He loves them. Therefore He loves 16 1, 20 | loves them. Therefore He loves all ~things equally.~Aquin.: 17 1, 20 | Tract. in Joan. cx): "God loves all ~things that He has 18 1, 20 | than others, because He loves all things ~by an act of 19 1, 20 | must needs say that God loves some things more than others. 20 1, 20 | 1/1~Whether God always loves more the better things?~ 21 1, 20 | after ~shipwreck." But God loves the penitent more than the 22 1, 20 | predestined sinner. Now God loves more the predestined sinner, 23 1, 20 | the contrary, Everything loves what is like it, as appears 24 1, 20 | been said before, ~that God loves more the better things . 25 1, 20 | Hence it follows that ~He loves more the better things.~ 26 1, 20 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: God loves Christ not only more than 27 1, 20 | Christ not only more than He loves the whole ~human race, but 28 1, 20 | human race, but more than He loves the entire created universe: 29 1, 20 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: God loves the human nature assumed 30 1, 20 | person of Christ more than He loves all the angels; for that 31 1, 20 | life, signified by Peter, loves God more than the contemplative ~ 32 1, 20 | depart to God. God, he says, loves more the contemplative ~ 33 1, 20 | In battle the general loves the ~soldier who after flight 34 1, 23 | nobody reprobates what ~he loves. But God loves every man, 35 1, 23 | what ~he loves. But God loves every man, according to ( 36 1, 23 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: God loves all men and all creatures, 37 1, 27 | said, that "every beast loves its like" ~(Ecclus. 13:19). 38 1, 27 | according as God understands and loves His own essence, truth and ~ 39 1, 37 | call word; so ~when anyone loves an object, a certain impression 40 1, 37 | when anyone understands and loves ~himself he is in himself, 41 1, 37 | the lover ~by fact that he loves - to the principle of that 42 1, 37 | because, since the Father loves Himself and ~the Son with 43 1, 37 | although the Holy Ghost loves, taking Love ~as an essential 44 1, 37 | notional term; because He loves essentially as ~love proceeding; 45 1, 37 | the same love the Father loves the Son, and Himself, ~and 46 1, 37 | can it be said that "He loves Himself by the ~Holy Ghost," 47 1, 37 | the love ~wherewith He loves us is not the Holy Ghost; 48 1, 37 | also is false: "The Father loves the Son by the Holy Ghost."~ 49 1, 37 | by the one begetting and loves His ~Begetter."~Aquin.: 50 1, 37 | when we say, "the Father loves the Son by the Holy Ghost," ~ 51 1, 37 | expounded, as that "the ~Father loves the Son by the Holy Ghost" - 52 1, 37 | the sign that the Father loves the Son"; inasmuch as ~the 53 1, 37 | to say that the Father ~loves neither Himself, nor the 54 1, 37 | be said that the Father loves the Son by the Holy Ghost, 55 1, 37 | Reply OBJ 3: The Father loves not only the Son, but also 56 1, 37 | and every creature; so He loves Himself and every creature 57 1, 37 | goodness whereby the Father loves Himself and every creature. 58 1, 41 | God naturally ~wills and loves Himself; whereas in regard 59 1, 41 | as Love, inasmuch as God ~loves Himself, and hence He proceeds 60 1, 60 | choice?~(3) Whether the angel loves himself with natural love 61 1, 60 | choice?~(4) Whether one angel loves another with natural love 62 1, 60 | with natural love as he loves ~himself?~(5) Whether the 63 1, 60 | himself?~(5) Whether the angel loves God more than self with 64 1, 60 | Para. 1/1~Whether the angel loves himself with both natural 65 1, 60 | On the other hand, each loves self with the love of choice, 66 1, 60 | that an angel or a man loves self with natural and with 67 1, 60 | upon ~the lover so that he loves himself; just as knowledge 68 1, 60 | Para. 1/1~Whether an angel loves another with natural love 69 1, 60 | with natural love as he loves himself?~Aquin.: SMT FP 70 1, 60 | with natural ~love as he loves himself. For love follows 71 1, 60 | with natural love as he loves himself.~Aquin.: SMT FP 72 1, 60 | another as himself, but loves himself more.~Aquin.: SMT 73 1, 60 | with natural ~love as he loves himself.~Aquin.: SMT FP 74 1, 60 | reason. But, "every beast loves its like," ~as is said, 75 1, 60 | Therefore an angel naturally loves another as ~he loves himself.~ 76 1, 60 | naturally loves another as ~he loves himself.~Aquin.: SMT FP 77 1, 60 | consequently ~every thing loves what is one with itself. 78 1, 60 | it by ~natural union, it loves it with natural love; but 79 1, 60 | non-natural union, then it loves it with non-natural love. 80 1, 60 | non-natural love. Thus a man ~loves his fellow townsman with 81 1, 60 | a social love, while he loves a blood ~relation with natural 82 1, 60 | nature. And so everything loves another ~which is one with 83 1, 60 | affection, in so far as ~it loves its own species. This is 84 1, 60 | must be said that one angel loves another with natural ~affection, 85 1, 60 | not love another as he loves himself, because he loves 86 1, 60 | loves himself, because he loves himself by his own ~will; 87 1, 60 | unity, the angel naturally ~loves less what is less one with 88 1, 60 | with him. Consequently he loves more what is ~numerically 89 1, 60 | this respect, that as he loves self in wishing well to ~ 90 1, 60 | wishing well to ~self, so he loves another in wishing well 91 1, 60 | an angel by natural love loves God more than he loves himself?~ 92 1, 60 | love loves God more than he loves himself?~Aquin.: SMT FP 93 1, 60 | natural love ~more than he loves himself. For, as was stated ( 94 1, 60 | natural love, the angel loves God less ~than self, or 95 1, 60 | more ~so." But every one loves another with natural love 96 1, 60 | sake: ~because one thing loves another as good for itself. 97 1, 60 | De Civ. Dei xiv), "Two loves have made two cities; ~namely 98 1, 60 | natural love the angel loves God more than himself.~Aquin.: 99 1, 60 | maintained that an angel loves ~God more than himself with 100 1, 60 | of the natural love ~he loves himself more than he does 101 1, 60 | God, because he naturally loves ~himself before God, and 102 1, 60 | for in such natures each loves itself naturally more than 103 1, 60 | above, each part naturally loves the whole more than itself: 104 1, 60 | each ~individual naturally loves the good of the species 105 1, 60 | in its own way naturally ~loves God more than itself.~Aquin.: 106 1, 60 | every thing ~naturally loves God more than itself.~ 107 1, 62 | turns to God: because he loves God ~naturally, as is clear 108 1, 62 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: The angel loves God naturally, so far as 109 1, 77 | the mind as it knows and loves ~itself. Thus knowledge 110 1, 37 | call word; so ~when anyone loves an object, a certain impression 111 1, 37 | when anyone understands and loves ~himself he is in himself, 112 1, 37 | the lover ~by fact that he loves - to the principle of that 113 1, 37 | because, since the Father loves Himself and ~the Son with 114 1, 37 | although the Holy Ghost loves, taking Love ~as an essential 115 1, 37 | notional term; because He loves essentially as ~love proceeding; 116 1, 37 | the same love the Father loves the Son, and Himself, ~and 117 1, 37 | can it be said that "He loves Himself by the ~Holy Ghost," 118 1, 37 | the love ~wherewith He loves us is not the Holy Ghost; 119 1, 37 | also is false: "The Father loves the Son by the Holy Ghost."~ 120 1, 37 | by the one begetting and loves His ~Begetter."~Aquin.: 121 1, 37 | when we say, "the Father loves the Son by the Holy Ghost," ~ 122 1, 37 | expounded, as that "the ~Father loves the Son by the Holy Ghost" - 123 1, 37 | the sign that the Father loves the Son"; inasmuch as ~the 124 1, 37 | to say that the Father ~loves neither Himself, nor the 125 1, 37 | be said that the Father loves the Son by the Holy Ghost, 126 1, 37 | Reply OBJ 3: The Father loves not only the Son, but also 127 1, 37 | and every creature; so He loves Himself and every creature 128 1, 37 | goodness whereby the Father loves Himself and every creature. 129 1, 41 | God naturally ~wills and loves Himself; whereas in regard 130 1, 41 | as Love, inasmuch as God ~loves Himself, and hence He proceeds 131 1, 61 | choice?~(3) Whether the angel loves himself with natural love 132 1, 61 | choice?~(4) Whether one angel loves another with natural love 133 1, 61 | with natural love as he loves ~himself?~(5) Whether the 134 1, 61 | himself?~(5) Whether the angel loves God more than self with 135 1, 61 | Para. 1/1~Whether the angel loves himself with both natural 136 1, 61 | On the other hand, each loves self with the love of choice, 137 1, 61 | that an angel or a man loves self with natural and with 138 1, 61 | upon ~the lover so that he loves himself; just as knowledge 139 1, 61 | Para. 1/1~Whether an angel loves another with natural love 140 1, 61 | with natural love as he loves himself?~Aquin.: SMT FP 141 1, 61 | with natural ~love as he loves himself. For love follows 142 1, 61 | with natural love as he loves himself.~Aquin.: SMT FP 143 1, 61 | another as himself, but loves himself more.~Aquin.: SMT 144 1, 61 | with natural ~love as he loves himself.~Aquin.: SMT FP 145 1, 61 | reason. But, "every beast loves its like," ~as is said, 146 1, 61 | Therefore an angel naturally loves another as ~he loves himself.~ 147 1, 61 | naturally loves another as ~he loves himself.~Aquin.: SMT FP 148 1, 61 | consequently ~every thing loves what is one with itself. 149 1, 61 | it by ~natural union, it loves it with natural love; but 150 1, 61 | non-natural union, then it loves it with non-natural love. 151 1, 61 | non-natural love. Thus a man ~loves his fellow townsman with 152 1, 61 | a social love, while he loves a blood ~relation with natural 153 1, 61 | nature. And so everything loves another ~which is one with 154 1, 61 | affection, in so far as ~it loves its own species. This is 155 1, 61 | must be said that one angel loves another with natural ~affection, 156 1, 61 | not love another as he loves himself, because he loves 157 1, 61 | loves himself, because he loves himself by his own ~will; 158 1, 61 | unity, the angel naturally ~loves less what is less one with 159 1, 61 | with him. Consequently he loves more what is ~numerically 160 1, 61 | this respect, that as he loves self in wishing well to ~ 161 1, 61 | wishing well to ~self, so he loves another in wishing well 162 1, 61 | an angel by natural love loves God more than he loves himself?~ 163 1, 61 | love loves God more than he loves himself?~Aquin.: SMT FP 164 1, 61 | natural love ~more than he loves himself. For, as was stated ( 165 1, 61 | natural love, the angel loves God less ~than self, or 166 1, 61 | more ~so." But every one loves another with natural love 167 1, 61 | sake: ~because one thing loves another as good for itself. 168 1, 61 | De Civ. Dei xiv), "Two loves have made two cities; ~namely 169 1, 61 | natural love the angel loves God more than himself.~Aquin.: 170 1, 61 | maintained that an angel loves ~God more than himself with 171 1, 61 | of the natural love ~he loves himself more than he does 172 1, 61 | God, because he naturally loves ~himself before God, and 173 1, 61 | for in such natures each loves itself naturally more than 174 1, 61 | above, each part naturally loves the whole more than itself: 175 1, 61 | each ~individual naturally loves the good of the species 176 1, 61 | in its own way naturally ~loves God more than itself.~Aquin.: 177 1, 61 | every thing ~naturally loves God more than itself.~ 178 1, 63 | turns to God: because he loves God ~naturally, as is clear 179 1, 63 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: The angel loves God naturally, so far as 180 1, 76 | the mind as it knows and loves ~itself. Thus knowledge 181 1, 86 | itself that it knows since it loves itself, as he says in ~the 182 1, 88 | soul neither remembers nor loves." ~But to consider what 183 1, 92 | that God understands ~and loves Himself. Wherefore we see 184 1, 92 | and habitually knows and loves God, though imperfectly; 185 1, 92 | inasmuch as man knows ~and loves God perfectly; and this 186 1, 92 | understands ~itself, ever loves itself"; which some take 187 1, 92 | actually understands, and loves itself. But he excludes 188 1, 92 | always understands and loves itself, not actually but 189 1, 92 | a remembrance of itself, loves ~itself, and understands 190 1, 92 | from God according as He loves Himself. But it ~is clear 191 1, 92 | understands itself, and loves itself. If we perceive ~ 192 1, 95 | for a father naturally ~loves his son more than a brother 193 1, 95 | son more than a brother loves his brother; although the 194 1, 107 | fact that God knows and ~loves the rational creature He 195 2, 2 | for himself. Therefore he loves himself more than all other ~ 196 2, 2 | desired; and thus, too, man loves himself. Consequently ~it 197 2, 2 | cases. As to whether man loves ~anything more than himself 198 2, 4 | the good ~gained which it loves. Thus delight does not answer 199 2, 4 | it is ~the same one that loves a thing, and that tends 200 2, 4 | Essence of God, ~of necessity, loves, whatever he loves, in subordination 201 2, 4 | necessity, loves, whatever he loves, in subordination to God; 202 2, 4 | s Essence, of necessity, loves whatever ~he loves, under 203 2, 4 | necessity, loves whatever ~he loves, under the common notion 204 2, 18 | the evil objects that man loves. And the same applies to ~ 205 2, 26 | relation to that which ~he loves, as though it were himself 206 2, 27 | is in this way that man ~"loves iniquity," inasmuch as, 207 2, 27 | Confess. iv, 14) that "a man loves in ~another that which he 208 2, 27 | not be himself: thus he loves an actor, but ~would not 209 2, 27 | OBJ 3: Further, everyone loves that which he needs, even 210 2, 27 | it ~not: thus a sick man loves health, and a poor man loves 211 2, 27 | loves health, and a poor man loves riches. But in so ~far as 212 2, 27 | lover, properly speaking, loves himself, in willing ~the 213 2, 27 | that he desires. But a man loves himself more than another: ~ 214 2, 27 | gaining the good that he loves, he becomes hateful to him, 215 2, 27 | Reply OBJ 2: Even when a man loves in another what he loves 216 2, 27 | loves in another what he loves not in ~himself, there is 217 2, 27 | former to that which he loves ~in himself: for instance, 218 2, 27 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: He that loves what he needs, bears a likeness 219 2, 27 | bears a likeness to what he ~loves, as potentiality bears a 220 2, 27 | act, ~the illiberal man loves the man who is liberal, 221 2, 27 | man who is not virtuous loves the virtuous ~man, as being 222 2, 27 | Reply OBJ 1: When a man loves a thing for the pleasure 223 2, 27 | desires money, for this reason loves him from whom he ~receives 224 2, 28 | like manner when a man loves another with the love of 225 2, 28 | the love ~with which one loves oneself; while as regards 226 2, 28 | the love wherewith one ~loves other things, it is the 227 2, 28 | follows that the lover always loves ~the beloved more than himself: 228 2, 28 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: He who loves, goes out from himself, 229 2, 28 | does not follow that he ~loves another more than himself.~ 230 2, 28 | Nom. iv) that "everything loves ~itself with a love that 231 2, 29 | the very reason that he loves himself. Or we may say that 232 2, 29 | save ~truth. Therefore man loves the truth naturally. Therefore 233 2, 31 | finds treasure in what he loves," as the ~Philosopher says ( 234 2, 32 | is moved by one ~whom he loves, to do good to someone: 235 2, 32 | one's own good, ~which man loves more than he hates another' 236 2, 44 | thus to a lover, what he loves seems ~better; to him that 237 2, 48 | to the excellence that he loves, he feels his ~love thereof 238 2, 48 | tends to the good that one loves: whence ~it is likened to 239 2, 62 | But if he believes and loves, by doing ~good works he 240 2, 62 | charity. In like manner a man loves a thing ~because he apprehends 241 2, 62 | and from the fact that he loves ~him, he then hopes all 242 2, 66 | whereby he who desires good, ~loves himself rather than something 243 2, 68 | while it knows and yet loves not, ~may swell the mind; 244 2, 70 | presence in God Whom it loves, according to 1 ~Jn. 4:16: " 245 2, 73 | things, in so far as man loves himself, by ~desiring for 246 2, 73 | grievous than theft, as a man loves his wife more than his chattels.~ 247 2, 77 | due to the fact that he loves himself ~inordinately; for 248 2, 77 | desires good for the one he loves. Hence it is evident that 249 2, 78 | is out of order when ~it loves more the lesser good. Again, 250 2, 78 | obtain a good that one loves more: as when a man, even 251 2, 78 | may save his life which he loves more. ~Accordingly when 252 2, 78 | when an inordinate will loves some temporal good, e.g. 253 2, 84 | In desiring to excel, man loves himself, for to love ~oneself 254 2, 88 | and consequently, that he loves it more than he loves God. 255 2, 88 | he loves it more than he loves God. Hence it ~belongs to 256 2, 88 | that ~he who sins mortally loves a creature more than God, 257 2, 88 | while he who sins ~venially loves the creature less than God. 258 2, 88 | sin generically mortal, loves a creature less than ~God; 259 2, 109 | natural appetite and ~love, loves its own proper good on account 260 2, 109 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Charity loves God above all things in 261 2, 109 | nature does. For nature loves God above all things inasmuch 262 2, 109 | natural good; whereas charity loves Him, as He ~is the object 263 2, 109 | is that whereby charity loves God as the ~giver of beatitude, 264 2, 110 | one is common, whereby He loves "all things that are" ~( 265 2, 110 | provide less for those He ~loves, that they may acquire supernatural 266 2, 110 | for creatures, whom ~He loves that they may acquire natural 267 2, 113 | in the love whereby God ~loves us. Now God's love, considered 268 2, 113 | one man neither hates nor loves another. But if the ~other 269 2, 1 | Reply OBJ 3: Charity also loves our neighbor on account 270 2, 2 | is ready to believe, he loves the truth ~he believes, 271 2, 14 | busy about things which it loves more, ~so as to be hindered 272 2, 14 | thereby from having what he loves yet more.~Aquin.: SMT SS 273 2, 16 | of charity whereby a man loves God, himself, and his neighbor, 274 2, 16 | his own sake; thus a man loves his friend. Imperfect love 275 2, 16 | for himself; thus a man loves what he desires. The first ~ 276 2, 17 | charity, by that same charity loves his neighbor, without having ~ 277 2, 18 | fears the loss of ~what he loves, as Augustine states (Qq. 278 2, 18 | for his sin and no longer loves the ~friendship of God which 279 2, 18 | fear as such, so that he loves not justice, and ~fears 280 2, 18 | included in charity, when a man loves ~himself for the sake of 281 2, 18 | contrary thereto, as when a man loves ~himself from the point 282 2, 18 | opposition to ~the good which he loves as an end; and in this way 283 2, 18 | cause. For the more one loves a ~man, the more one fears 284 2, 18 | act, since the more a man loves God, ~the less he fears 285 2, 18 | charity, in so far as a man loves God more than himself ~and 286 2, 19 | should be shown how much God loves us. Now what greater proof 287 2, 20 | includes self-love, whereby he loves his own good inordinately. 288 2, 22 | person, for his sake he loves all ~belonging to him, be 289 2, 22 | Therefore it follows ~that he loves God in the first place. 290 2, 23 | since the slightest charity loves all ~that is to be loved 291 2, 23 | regard to the person ~who loves. With regard to the object 292 2, 23 | God alone can, whereby He loves Himself.~Aquin.: SMT SS 293 2, 23 | the part of the person who loves, charity is perfect, when 294 2, 23 | charity is perfect, when he loves ~as much as he can. This 295 2, 23 | God, says (Confess. x) "He loves ~Thee less, who loves aught 296 2, 23 | He loves ~Thee less, who loves aught besides Thee": and ( 297 2, 23 | cupidity, whereby a man loves something besides God, can 298 2, 23 | understand the ~saying: "He loves Thee less, who loves aught 299 2, 23 | He loves Thee less, who loves aught beside Thee," for 300 2, 24 | account of his cruelty, or loves him by reason of his ~own 301 2, 24 | Trin. viii, 8): "He that loves his ~neighbor, must, in 302 2, 24 | wherefore from the moment a man loves, he ~loves himself to love.~ 303 2, 24 | moment a man loves, he ~loves himself to love.~Aquin.: 304 2, 24 | conformed to ~God. Now God loves irrational creatures out 305 2, 24 | creatures out of charity, for He loves "all ~things that are" ( 306 2, 24 | 11:25), and whatever He loves, He loves by Himself ~Who 307 2, 24 | and whatever He loves, He loves by Himself ~Who is charity. 308 2, 24 | the love with which a man loves himself is ~the form and 309 2, 24 | these other things which he loves out of ~charity because 310 2, 24 | they pertain to God, he loves also himself out of charity.~ 311 2, 24 | through charity that a man loves ~himself.~Aquin.: SMT SS 312 2, 24 | of charity. For since man loves his neighbor, out of charity, ~ 313 2, 24 | God's sake, the more he loves God, the more does he put 314 2, 24 | and in truth." Now a man loves in ~deed by showing the 315 2, 24 | deed by showing the one he loves signs and effects of love. 316 2, 24 | just men. Now the just man loves the sinner ~out of charity. 317 2, 24 | the love with which a man loves his neighbor, is distinct 318 2, 24 | the ~love with which a man loves himself, so the love with 319 2, 24 | the love with which a man loves ~his neighbor's body, ought 320 2, 24 | the love with which he ~loves his own body. Therefore 321 2, 24 | charity, in as much as man loves both himself and his neighbor.~ 322 2, 24 | him, man, out of charity, loves himself in ~one way, and 323 2, 24 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Man loves his neighbor, both as to 324 2, 25 | than ~to God. Therefore man loves his neighbor, out of charity, 325 2, 25 | of charity, more than he ~loves God.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[26] 326 2, 25 | 3: Further, what charity loves in a neighbor, is God, according 327 2, 25 | argued that, ~if any man loves not his neighbor, neither 328 2, 25 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, one loves a thing in so far as it 329 2, 25 | more known. Therefore man loves himself more than any ~other 330 2, 25 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, a man loves God as much as he loves 331 2, 25 | loves God as much as he loves to enjoy God. But a ~man 332 2, 25 | to enjoy God. But a ~man loves himself as much as he loves 333 2, 25 | loves himself as much as he loves to enjoy God; since this 334 2, 25 | nature remains unimpaired, loves God ~above all things and 335 2, 25 | because each part naturally loves ~the common good of the 336 2, 25 | out of charity, man simply loves God more than himself.~Aquin.: 337 2, 25 | love ~himself more than he loves any other person.~Aquin.: 338 2, 25 | while man, out of charity, loves himself by ~reason of his 339 2, 25 | the aforesaid good, and loves his ~neighbor by reason 340 2, 25 | precisely in so doing he loves himself more as regards 341 2, 25 | man imperils that which he loves less for the sake of ~what 342 2, 25 | for the sake of ~what he loves more. Now every man is not 343 2, 25 | God, and the person who loves, it must needs be that ~ 344 2, 25 | likened to God. But God ~loves more the better man. Therefore 345 2, 25 | with regard to the ~man who loves, and accordingly man loves 346 2, 25 | loves, and accordingly man loves those who are more closely ~ 347 2, 25 | wishes for ~them, than he loves those who are better as 348 2, 25 | his father proves, that he loves his father less, not simply ~ 349 2, 25 | God by charity. But ~God loves His children more than they 350 2, 25 | children, because, to wit, he loves his father as his principle, 351 2, 25 | and in this respect a man loves more that which is more 352 2, 25 | good, the son naturally loves his ~father more.~Aquin.: 353 2, 25 | Doctr. Christ. i, 32), God loves us ~for our good and for 354 2, 25 | love is due. Now a ~mother loves her child more than the 355 2, 25 | than his wife, because he loves them as his principles and ~ 356 2, 25 | flesh." Consequently a man loves ~his wife more intensely, 357 2, 25 | than those for which a man loves his wife; although the ~ 358 2, 25 | principal reason why a man loves his wife is her ~being united 359 2, 25 | whereas the benefactor loves the recipient, not ~through 360 2, 25 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: God also loves us more than we love Him, 361 2, 25 | Therefore in heaven each one ~loves more those who are better, 362 2, 25 | better, and consequently he loves others more ~than himself, 363 2, 25 | the part of the person who loves, as stated ~above (AA[7], 364 2, 25 | inclination of charity, loves more those who are ~more 365 2, 25 | one wills the person one loves.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[26] A[ 366 2, 26 | having more perfect charity, loves more. He loves more, however, ~ 367 2, 26 | charity, loves more. He loves more, however, ~in proportion 368 2, 26 | proportion to the person he loves. For a better man does not 369 2, 26 | and in this sense charity loves God ~immediately, and other 370 2, 26 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, God loves Himself wholly. If therefore 371 2, 26 | love Him as much as God loves Himself. ~But this is unreasonable. 372 2, 26 | man, and the friend who loves you is better than the enemy 373 2, 26 | one's enemy, these ~two loves may be compared in two ways, 374 2, 26 | distant, so too, charity loves with greater fervor those 375 2, 26 | First, by ~considering both loves separately: and then, without 376 2, 26 | is promised to him that ~loves God (Jn. 14:21): "He that 377 2, 26 | meritorious ~in so far as he loves them for their sake, so 378 2, 28 | first, in so far as man loves God with his whole heart, 379 2, 28 | love. For, since he who loves another looks upon ~his 380 2, 28 | alone, in as much as He ~loves us as belonging to Him.~ 381 2, 32 | cleaves directly to what it loves, so does it directly shun 382 2, 32 | pleasure in the good one loves is a ~kind of good, it follows 383 2, 35 | from the other's ~good, and loves his own.~Aquin.: SMT SS 384 2, 42 | Christ. i, 22,27), charity ~loves none but God in our neighbor. 385 2, 42 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, man loves himself, but not his neighbor, 386 2, 42 | for God's sake, even as he loves ~himself for God's sake, 387 2, 42 | love: since when a man loves his neighbor for his own 388 2, 42 | his neighbor truly, but loves himself.~Aquin.: SMT SS 389 2, 42 | does a wrong. But if man ~loves some one as much as he ought, 390 2, 42 | as much as he ought, and loves any other man more, he ~ 391 2, 42 | gratifies more the person he loves more, so that if ~he loved 392 2, 43 | has charity, whereby he loves God, and God loves them 393 2, 43 | whereby he loves God, and God loves them that love Him ~(Prov. 394 2, 52 | sense we ~say that a man loves God less when he loves Him 395 2, 52 | man loves God less when he loves Him with a merely natural ~ 396 2, 61 | the common good, ~since he loves more the Church wherein 397 2, 62 | because everything naturally loves itself, the result ~being 398 2, 70 | or robbery, since a man loves his honor no ~less than 399 2, 71 | backbiter more and more loves and believes what ~he says, 400 2, 81 | considered: his ~nature which God loves, and the sin which He hates. 401 2, 87 | swears either reveres or ~loves the person by whom he swears." 402 2, 87 | swears ~either reveres or loves the person by whom he swears." 403 2, 87 | some other thing ~that he loves, even as the Apostle swore ( 404 2, 106 | depriving a man of what he loves most. Now the things which 405 2, 106 | Now the things which man ~loves most are life, bodily safety, 406 2, 112 | manner both from those he ~loves and from those who are not 407 2, 112 | friendship to those whom he ~loves not, and this is incompatible 408 2, 112 | affection whereby one man loves ~another and may result 409 2, 115 | that he desires it not nor loves it: so that when it is fitting ~ 410 2, 116 | when, for instance, a man loves them, desires ~them, or 411 2, 116 | for instance, when a man loves or ~desires riches too much, 412 2, 121 | which the virtuous man loves not only as a natural good, 413 2, 122 | of the present life man ~loves life itself most, and on 414 2, 123 | contrary to something ~he loves. Now love is not confined 415 2, 123 | since every virtuous ~man loves the good proper to his virtue; 416 2, 124 | for the reason that he loves ~them* less than he ought. [* 417 2, 124 | For the reason that he loves ~himself less than he ought.] 418 2, 124 | contrary to the goods ~he loves. This is sometimes the result 419 2, 127 | magnanimity, for, as man loves ~his life above all things, 420 2, 130 | glory more than it fears or loves God, ~that our Lord said ( 421 2, 130 | For the reason why a man loves to be honored and ~praised 422 2, 134 | referred to charity, which loves God above all things. Hence 423 2, 141 | and "honesty," whereby one loves ~the beauty of temperance. 424 2, 145 | same sermon) ~that "fasting loves not many words, deems wealth 425 2, 178 | when he obtains ~what he loves, it follows that the contemplative 426 2, 178 | contemplates that which one loves; even as bodily vision gives 427 2, 178 | sees a ~person whom one loves. Since, then, the contemplative 428 2, 178 | contemplation of truth, he loves ~it yet more, while he hates 429 2, 182 | thyself," since every one loves himself most. The reason 430 2, 182 | for ~instance, when a man loves not virtue so much as to 431 2, 183 | himself to be no ~bishop if he loves to precede rather than to 432 2, 183 | danger lest he lose what he loves." But he who, in order to 433 2, 184 | little doth he love Thee, who loves anything with Thee, which 434 2, 186 | of self, whereby a ~man loves himself in temporal matters; 435 3, 7 | whereby the ~Father knows and loves Himself. Now the soul was 436 3, 46 | knows thereby how much God loves him, and is ~thereby stirred 437 3, 46 | that the man of ~virtue loves his life all the more in 438 3, 48 | which the offended one loves equally, or even more than 439 3, 49 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: God loves all men as to their nature, 440 3, 70 | smallest ~degree of charity loves God more than cupidity loves " 441 3, 70 | loves God more than cupidity loves "thousands of gold ~and 442 3, 86 | him in another, even as He loves the sinner as regards his 443 3, 86 | 5: The love whereby God loves man's nature, does not ordain ~ 444 Suppl, 3 | against God. For he who loves a whole, ~loves its parts 445 Suppl, 3 | For he who loves a whole, ~loves its parts potentially although 446 Suppl, 3 | actually, and accordingly he ~loves some parts more and some 447 Suppl, 3 | the whole; thus he who loves a community, virtually loves 448 Suppl, 3 | loves a community, virtually loves each one more ~or less according 449 Suppl, 47| be directed to one who ~loves not, there can be no union 450 Suppl, 70| soul neither remembers nor loves," and the same applies to ~ 451 Suppl, 88| little world." Hence man loves ~the whole world naturally 452 Appen2, 1| dormiunt] says: "If one ~who loves and believes in Christ,"


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