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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 8 | as the object known and loved; therefore ~only grace constitutes 2 1, 13 | from eternity He knew and loved ~the creature, according 3 1, 13 | according to the word: "I have loved thee with an ~everlasting 4 1, 20 | except as a good that is loved: nor is anything an object 5 1, 20 | the same time hated and loved. Therefore God ~does not 6 1, 20 | and for that reason has loved ~them, even as we, by the 7 1, 20 | and the same thing being loved under ~one aspect, while 8 1, 20 | twofold ~way anything may be loved more, or less. In one way 9 1, 20 | being ~God and man. But God loved the human race more than 10 1, 20 | human race more than He loved Christ; for ~it is said: " 11 1, 20 | angels" (Ps. 8:6). But God ~loved men more than He loved the 12 1, 20 | loved men more than He loved the angels, for it is said: " 13 1, 20 | better than John, since he loved Christ more. ~Hence the 14 1, 20 | than these?" Yet Christ loved John more than ~He loved 15 1, 20 | loved John more than ~He loved Peter. For as Augustine 16 1, 20 | other disciples, not that He loved him only, but that He loved ~ 17 1, 20 | loved him only, but that He loved ~him more than the rest." 18 1, 20 | better things are more ~loved by God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 19 1, 20 | human nature ~because He loved man, absolutely speaking, 20 1, 20 | 2/2~Some say that Peter loved Christ more in His members, 21 1, 20 | members, and therefore was ~loved more by Christ also, for 22 1, 20 | the ~Church; but that John loved Christ more in Himself, 23 1, 20 | more in Himself, and so was loved more ~by Him; on which account 24 1, 20 | uncertain which of them loved Christ more with the love 25 1, 20 | uncertain also which of them God loved more and ordained to ~a 26 1, 20 | life. Peter is said to have loved ~more, in regard to a certain 27 1, 20 | John to have been ~more loved, with respect to certain 28 1, 20 | While others say that Christ loved Peter more, from his more 29 1, 20 | was the better, and was loved the more. However, it ~may 30 1, 20 | are the better and ~better loved who have most grace. Other 31 1, 20 | goodness of one who is loved by God is to be reckoned 32 1, 21 | Lord is just, and hath ~loved justice."~Aquin.: SMT FP 33 1, 21 | forgiven her, because she ~hath loved much" (Lk. 7:47).~Aquin.: 34 1, 23 | Malachi 1:2,3): "I have loved Jacob, but ~have hated Esau."~ 35 1, 27 | love, whereby the ~object loved is in the lover; as, by 36 1, 27 | Word; since ~nothing can be loved by the will unless it is 37 1, 36 | lover towards the object loved. ~Further, holiness is attributed 38 1, 36 | the love whereby God is ~loved, that person is most properly 39 1, 37 | to speak, ~of the thing loved in the affection of the 40 1, 37 | reason of which the ~object loved is said to be in the lover; 41 1, 37 | understands, and the thing loved is ~in the lover. As regards 42 1, 37 | the lover to the ~object loved, there are no other terms 43 1, 37 | affection of the object loved, produced in the lover ~ 44 1, 37 | the lover to ~the object loved, "love" and "to love" are 45 1, 37 | thing expressed by word, or loved. But in God, in whom ~there 46 1, 37 | whereby the Begotten is loved by the one begetting and 47 1, 37 | relation to the ~object loved. Hence, as the Father speaks 48 1, 38 | according to the words, "God so loved the ~world, as to give His 49 1, 41 | as He is superabundantly loved by God; not, however, as 50 1, 48 | whereby the divine good is loved for itself, and not ~only 51 1, 60 | knowledge; for, nothing is loved ~except it be first known, 52 1, 60 | this, which is of something loved for the end's sake, ~is 53 1, 60 | Ethic. i, 6, a thing ~may be loved in two ways; first of all 54 1, 60 | or inherent good. That is loved as a subsisting good, ~which 55 1, 60 | subsisting good, ~which is so loved that we wish well to it. 56 1, 60 | we wish unto ~another, is loved as an accidental or inherent 57 1, 60 | good: thus knowledge is ~loved, not that any good may come 58 1, 60 | part of the one known and loved: and thus ~one angel knows 59 1, 60 | Otherwise, if either of them loved self more than God, it ~ 60 1, 60 | that one is naturally more loved than self; because, as we 61 1, 60 | When it is said that God is loved by an angel "in so far" ~ 62 1, 60 | natural good depends, is loved by everything with natural 63 1, 60 | because He is naturally loved by all so far as He is the 64 1, 74 | should be supposed that God loved of necessity the works ~ 65 1, 77 | to the soul as known and ~loved, are substantially or essentially 66 1, 77 | of the soul is known and loved. In the same way are ~we 67 1, 77 | loving and knowing, but as loved and known. His argument 68 1, 77 | if love were in the soul loved as in a subject, it would ~ 69 1, 77 | since even other things ~are loved through the soul.~Aquin.: 70 1, 37 | to speak, ~of the thing loved in the affection of the 71 1, 37 | reason of which the ~object loved is said to be in the lover; 72 1, 37 | understands, and the thing loved is ~in the lover. As regards 73 1, 37 | the lover to the ~object loved, there are no other terms 74 1, 37 | affection of the object loved, produced in the lover ~ 75 1, 37 | the lover to ~the object loved, "love" and "to love" are 76 1, 37 | thing expressed by word, or loved. But in God, in whom ~there 77 1, 37 | whereby the Begotten is loved by the one begetting and 78 1, 37 | relation to the ~object loved. Hence, as the Father speaks 79 1, 38 | according to the words, "God so loved the ~world, as to give His 80 1, 41 | as He is superabundantly loved by God; not, however, as 81 1, 49 | whereby the divine good is loved for itself, and not ~only 82 1, 61 | knowledge; for, nothing is loved ~except it be first known, 83 1, 61 | this, which is of something loved for the end's sake, is the 84 1, 61 | Ethic. i, 6, a thing ~may be loved in two ways; first of all 85 1, 61 | or inherent good. That is loved as a subsisting good, ~which 86 1, 61 | subsisting good, ~which is so loved that we wish well to it. 87 1, 61 | we wish unto ~another, is loved as an accidental or inherent 88 1, 61 | good: thus knowledge is ~loved, not that any good may come 89 1, 61 | part of the one known and loved: and thus ~one angel knows 90 1, 61 | Otherwise, if either of them loved self more than God, it ~ 91 1, 61 | that one is naturally more loved than self; because, as we 92 1, 61 | When it is said that God is loved by an angel "in so far" ~ 93 1, 61 | natural good depends, is loved by everything with natural 94 1, 61 | because He is naturally loved by all so far as He is the 95 1, 73 | should be supposed that God loved of necessity the works ~ 96 1, 76 | to the soul as known and ~loved, are substantially or essentially 97 1, 76 | of the soul is known and loved. In the same way are ~we 98 1, 76 | loving and knowing, but as loved and known. His argument 99 1, 76 | if love were in the soul loved as in a subject, it would ~ 100 1, 76 | since even other things ~are loved through the soul.~Aquin.: 101 1, 92 | word, which is knowledge loved, belongs to the ~nature 102 1, 95 | father as much as he is loved by him.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 103 1, 99 | since nothing is desired or loved but under the aspect of ~ 104 1, 107 | is ~united to the object loved. Now higher things are in 105 2, 2 | possessed, ~the more it is loved, and other things despised: 106 2, 2 | Now happiness is what is loved above all: which is evident 107 2, 2 | for its sake all else is loved and desired. Therefore ~ 108 2, 2 | life of happiness is to be loved for its own sake." ~But 109 2, 2 | But man is not to be loved for his own sake, but whatever 110 2, 2 | whatever is in man is to ~be loved for God's sake. Therefore 111 2, 2 | concerned, happiness is ~loved above all, as the good desired; 112 2, 2 | desired; whereas a friend is loved as that ~for which good 113 2, 3 | attaining: for "naught is loved save what is known," as ~ 114 2, 18 | those things which they loved." Now man becomes abominable 115 2, 26 | namely wisdom, "have I loved, and have ~sought her out 116 2, 26 | movement towards the end loved. In the natural appetite 117 2, 26 | so far as that which is loved is ~held to be of great 118 2, 26 | secondary: ~since that which is loved with the love of friendship 119 2, 26 | the love of friendship is loved simply and ~for itself; 120 2, 26 | itself; whereas that which is loved with the love of concupiscence, ~ 121 2, 26 | love of concupiscence, ~is loved, not simply and for itself, 122 2, 26 | love with which a ~thing is loved, that it may have some good, 123 2, 26 | love, with which a thing is loved, that it may be another' 124 2, 27 | love, except because it is loved. But it happens that evil ~ 125 2, 27 | happens that evil ~also is loved, according to Ps. 10:6: " 126 2, 27 | Reply OBJ 1: Evil is never loved except under the aspect 127 2, 27 | it. But some things are loved more than they are known: ~ 128 2, 27 | in this life God can be loved in Himself, but cannot be 129 2, 27 | apprehension of the good ~that is loved. For this reason the Philosopher ( 130 2, 27 | as good is, which can be loved only if known.~Aquin.: SMT 131 2, 27 | of love, that a thing be loved according as ~it is known 132 2, 27 | therefore, that a thing is loved more ~than it is known; 133 2, 27 | is known; since it can be loved perfectly, even without 134 2, 27 | latter ~is to that which is loved in him, so is the former 135 2, 27 | viii, 3) says that some are loved for the ~sake of the pleasure 136 2, 27 | pleasure save in that ~which is loved in some way.~Aquin.: SMT 137 2, 27 | of another thing's being loved; ~thus he that desires money, 138 2, 27 | itself is of a good that is ~loved.~ 139 2, 28 | the oneness of the thing loved with the lover. For when 140 2, 28 | the ~thing itself which is loved, is, in a way, united to 141 2, 28 | that the lover is always ~loved by the object of his love; 142 2, 28 | appetitive power, the object loved is said to be in the lover, ~ 143 2, 28 | the absence of the object loved, by his longing, to tend 144 2, 28 | movement towards the object loved," as ~Augustine says (QQ. 145 2, 28 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Good is loved inasmuch as it can be communicated 146 2, 28 | those things which they loved."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[28] A[ 147 2, 28 | receive ~the good which is loved, inasmuch as the object 148 2, 28 | inasmuch as the object loved is in the lover, as ~stated 149 2, 28 | is the good desired and loved by each one. Wherefore it 150 2, 29 | the lover with the object loved, while hatred consists in 151 2, 29 | suitable thing which is loved. And hence it ~is that every 152 2, 29 | the absence of the object loved; ~thus Augustine says (De 153 2, 29 | becomingness of that ~which is loved. Secondly, because comparison 154 2, 29 | is naturally desired and loved. But that which is in a ~ 155 2, 29 | from gaining the object ~loved: such is the case of those 156 2, 31 | the senses the sight is loved ~most" [*Metaph. i, 1]. 157 2, 31 | pleasure according as it is loved. Now, as stated in ~Metaph. 158 2, 31 | Metaph. i, 1, the senses are loved for two reasons: for the 159 2, 31 | pleasures of the senses, as loved for their ~usefulness, are 160 2, 31 | Reply OBJ 2: The sight is loved most, "on account of knowledge, 161 2, 32 | For everything ~that is loved becomes pleasing to the 162 2, 32 | brings to mind that which is loved, the absence of which ~causes 163 2, 32 | so it is pleasant to be loved and admired by others, ~ 164 2, 32 | the desire for the thing loved, ~the greater the pleasure 165 2, 32 | obtaining that which is loved, since it was stated above ~( 166 2, 34 | appetitive power in some loved ~good, and resulting from 167 2, 35 | either by the loss of some loved ~good, or by the presence 168 2, 35 | suffers no ~lack of the good loved, for it rests in possession 169 2, 35 | repugnant to a good that is more loved than the good in ~which 170 2, 35 | contrary to life which is loved above all.~Aquin.: SMT FS 171 2, 35 | temperance: thus life is loved more than food and sexual ~ 172 2, 35 | Since, therefore, life is loved ~more than an imagined good, 173 2, 38 | him, he sees that he is loved by them, and this affords 174 2, 40 | only of the good that is loved. Therefore love precedes 175 2, 40 | Wherefore the fact of being loved by another makes us hope 176 2, 43 | being contrary to ~some loved good: and thus fear, of 177 2, 43 | of which is feared, was loved ~from the beginning.~Aquin.: 178 2, 62 | unless it be desired and loved. Hope also regards the person ~ 179 2, 64 | much as He ought to be loved, nor believe and hope in 180 2, 65 | of ~God, by which He is loved as the object of bliss, 181 2, 68 | Love one another, as I have loved you." ~Moreover, these virtues 182 2, 86 | attaches the soul to the thing loved. ~Thus it is that the soul 183 2, 86 | things ~were which they loved."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[86] A[ 184 2, 88 | charity, that something is loved more than God; so that they 185 2, 98 | of the fire, because He loved thy ~fathers, and chose 186 2, 100 | injunction that God ~should be loved from our whole heart, which 187 2, 102 | written (Jn. 3:16): "God so loved the world, as to give His 188 2, 103 | The Lord is just and hath loved justice." But ~some pleased 189 2, 104 | such as that God is to be loved and worshipped. There are 190 2, 109 | love, ~which is that He be loved above all things. Now without 191 2, 109 | state it is manifest that he loved God to some ~extent. But 192 2, 109 | have sinned. Therefore he loved God above ~himself. Therefore 193 2, 109 | naturally fit (to be sought ~and loved) since "all things act according 194 2, 109 | to its end; and thus he loved God more than himself and ~ 195 2, 111 | Not ~as though we had loved God, but because He hath 196 2, 111 | but because He hath first loved us." ~Therefore grace ought 197 2, 113 | forgiven her because she hath loved much"; and again by humility, ~ 198 2, 114 | that loveth Me, shall be ~loved of My Father; and I will 199 2, 1 | of charity, for many are loved as being good, who, ~nevertheless, 200 2, 4 | included the thing to be ~loved rather than the thing to 201 2, 4 | Consequently a thing to be loved is not so adapted to ~faith, 202 2, 16 | is that ~whereby a man is loved in himself, as when someone 203 2, 16 | whereby the expected good is loved. But not every kind of ~ 204 2, 18 | punishment is contrary, is loved as the last end, ~and that 205 2, 18 | love is that whereby God is loved for the sake of ~worldly 206 2, 22 | charity, while our neighbor is loved out of charity ~for God' 207 2, 22 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: God is loved by charity for His own sake: 208 2, 23 | loves all ~that is to be loved out of charity. Therefore 209 2, 23 | namely whether a thing is loved more, ~or less; it is in 210 2, 23 | with regard to the object loved, secondly with regard to 211 2, 23 | With regard to the object loved, charity is perfect, if 212 2, 23 | perfect, if the ~object be loved as much as it is lovable. 213 2, 23 | love in venial ~sin, is loved for God's sake habitually 214 2, 23 | that loveth Me, shall be loved by My Father: and I will 215 2, 24 | which they ought to be loved. Under the first head there 216 2, 24 | Whether charity should be loved out of charity?~(3) Whether 217 2, 24 | irrational creatures ought to be loved out of charity?~(4) Whether 218 2, 24 | Whether sinners should be loved out of charity?~(7) Whether 219 2, 24 | Ethic. viii, 8) that "to be loved ~is to be honored." Now 220 2, 24 | which our neighbor is to be loved, is God, since ~what we 221 2, 24 | would be wrong if a man loved his neighbor ~as though 222 2, 24 | last end, but not, if he loved him for God's sake; ~and 223 2, 24 | that charity need not be loved out of charity. For ~the 224 2, 24 | charity. For ~the things to be loved out of charity are contained 225 2, 24 | Therefore charity need not be ~loved out of charity.~Aquin.: 226 2, 24 | Therefore charity need not be loved out of charity.~Aquin.: 227 2, 24 | Therefore charity need not be loved ~out of charity.~Aquin.: 228 2, 24 | follows that charity also is loved ~out of charity.~Aquin.: 229 2, 24 | by friendship a thing is loved in two ~ways: first, as 230 2, 24 | former way that charity is loved out of ~charity, because 231 2, 24 | at happiness: hence it is loved as the good which we ~desire 232 2, 24 | creatures also ought to be loved out of charity?~Aquin.: 233 2, 24 | creatures also ought to be loved ~out of charity. For it 234 2, 24 | irrational creature can be loved out of ~charity; and for 235 2, 24 | our ~bodies are not to be loved out of charity.~Aquin.: 236 2, 24 | Therefore the body is not to be loved out of charity.~Aquin.: 237 2, 24 | Therefore it should not be loved out of charity.~Aquin.: 238 2, 24 | of happiness, ~it can be loved with the love of charity.~ 239 2, 24 | should be hated rather than loved, out ~of charity.~Aquin.: 240 2, 24 | Therefore sinners should not be loved out of charity.~Aquin.: 241 2, 24 | Therefore sinners should not be loved out of charity.~Aquin.: 242 2, 24 | Therefore ~sinners should not be loved out of charity.~Aquin.: 243 2, 24 | The Lord is just and hath loved justice." Thirdly, so that 244 2, 24 | his neighbor: thus if we loved a certain man ~very much, 245 2, 24 | wherefore demons ~should not be loved out of charity. Without 246 2, 24 | called demons ought to be ~loved out of charity, must be 247 2, 24 | 3), that a thing may be loved out of charity in two ~ways. 248 2, 24 | ways. First, a thing may be loved as the person who is the 249 2, 24 | rightly reckoned as to be loved out of charity, ~viz. God, 250 2, 24 | rightly reckoned as ~to be loved out of charity, to wit: 251 2, 24 | distinguished as objects to be loved out of charity.~Aquin.: 252 2, 24 | There are ~four things to be loved; one which is above us," 253 2, 24 | there are two things to be loved out of ~charity, in as much 254 2, 24 | and the various ~things loved make a different kind of 255 2, 25 | be some order in things loved out of charity, which ~order 256 2, 25 | Whether God ought to be loved more than our neighbor?~ 257 2, 25 | that God ought not to be loved more than our ~neighbor. 258 2, 25 | Therefore He is not more to be loved in ~Himself than in our 259 2, 25 | contrary, A thing ought to be loved more, if others ought to 260 2, 25 | Therefore God ought to be loved chiefly and before all out 261 2, 25 | out of charity: ~for He is loved as the cause of happiness, 262 2, 25 | whereas our neighbor is loved ~as receiving together with 263 2, 25 | love, since each ~thing is loved according to its measure 264 2, 25 | for loving a thing is more loved than the thing itself which ~ 265 2, 25 | the thing itself which ~is loved for that reason, even as 266 2, 25 | more than any ~other good loved by him. Therefore he does 267 2, 25 | Q[25], AA[1],12), God is loved as the principle of good, 268 2, 25 | fully the reason for being loved out of charity, as stated 269 2, 25 | neighbor ought not to be loved more than another.~Aquin.: 270 2, 25 | friendship that ought to be loved most which ~has most to 271 2, 25 | nearly united to us is more loved.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[26] A[ 272 2, 25 | union, so that a man is more loved in matters ~touching that 273 2, 25 | in respect of which he is loved. And, ~again, in comparing 274 2, 25 | God, the more is ~it to be loved: and in this way a man ought 275 2, 25 | Fourthly, because parents have loved longer, for the ~father 276 2, 25 | father as father, ought to be loved more than the mother as 277 2, 25 | however, the father should be loved more than the ~mother. For 278 2, 25 | For father and mother are loved as principles of our natural ~ 279 2, 25 | speaking, the father is to ~be loved more.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[26] 280 2, 25 | from the good (which is loved), or from the union between 281 2, 25 | good which is the object loved, a man should love his ~ 282 2, 25 | union, the wife ought to be loved more, because ~she is united 283 2, 25 | things lovable, God is to be loved most, and then ~one's father, 284 2, 25 | Therefore a benefactor should be loved ~above all others.~Aquin.: 285 2, 25 | above (AA[9],11), a thing is loved more in two ~ways: first 286 2, 25 | to love surpasses ~being loved, for which reason the greater 287 2, 25 | who is nearer God will be loved more, so that a man ~will 288 2, 26 | charity, to love or to be loved?~(2) Whether to love considered 289 2, 26 | 3) Whether God should be loved for His own sake?~(4) Whether 290 2, 26 | 4) Whether God can be loved immediately in this life?~( 291 2, 26 | 5) Whether God can be loved wholly?~(6) Whether the 292 2, 26 | Para. 1/1~Whether to be loved is more proper to charity 293 2, 26 | proper to charity to be loved than ~to love. For the better 294 2, 26 | are better should be more loved. ~Therefore to be loved 295 2, 26 | loved. ~Therefore to be loved is more proper to charity.~ 296 2, 26 | many would rather be loved than love, ~and lovers of 297 2, 26 | Therefore it is better to be loved ~than to love, and consequently 298 2, 26 | men love because they are loved, for Augustine says (De 299 2, 26 | charity consists in being loved rather than in loving.~Aquin.: 300 2, 26 | loving rather than in being loved. Now charity is a kind of ~ 301 2, 26 | loving rather than in being loved.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[27] A[ 302 2, 26 | its proper act. ~Now to be loved is not the act of the charity 303 2, 26 | the charity of the person loved; for ~this act is to love: 304 2, 26 | act is to love: and to be loved is competent to him as coming 305 2, 26 | proper to ~charity than to be loved: for that which befits a 306 2, 26 | for loving ~than for being loved, indeed, if they be loved 307 2, 26 | loved, indeed, if they be loved and yet love not, they are ~ 308 2, 26 | rather to love than to be loved: for "some women," as the 309 2, 26 | indeed, yet seek not to be loved in return, if they happen 310 2, 26 | if they happen not ~to be loved."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[27] A[ 311 2, 26 | less than it ought to be loved: whereas he who is ~less 312 2, 26 | much as he ought to be ~loved.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[27] A[ 313 2, 26 | viii, 8), "men wish to be ~loved in as much as they wish 314 2, 26 | is in him, ~so by being loved a man is shown to have some 315 2, 26 | Accordingly men seek to be loved and to be honored, for the 316 2, 26 | which is in the person ~loved. On the other hand, those 317 2, 26 | love than to wish to be loved.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[27] A[ 318 2, 26 | love on account of being loved, not so that to be ~loved 319 2, 26 | loved, not so that to be ~loved is the end of their loving, 320 2, 26 | consideration of the object loved; ~wherefore the Philosopher, 321 2, 26 | charity God ought to be loved for Himself?~Aquin.: SMT 322 2, 26 | It would seem that God is loved out of charity, not for 323 2, 26 | Therefore God is to be loved for the sake of something 324 2, 26 | Therefore He ~is also loved on account of something 325 2, 26 | seems that God is ~to be loved on account of some good 326 2, 26 | Therefore He is not to be loved for Himself.~Aquin.: SMT 327 2, 26 | Therefore God is to be loved for Himself.~Aquin.: SMT 328 2, 26 | one thing is said to be loved for another. In respect 329 2, 26 | way, however, He can be loved for ~something else, because 330 2, 26 | 1/1~Whether God can be loved immediately in this life?~ 331 2, 26 | seem that God cannot be loved immediately in this life. ~ 332 2, 26 | For the "unknown cannot be loved" as Augustine says (De Trin. 333 2, 26 | other things are known and loved: but with regard to us, 334 2, 26 | Although the unknown cannot be loved, it does not follow ~that 335 2, 26 | 1/1~Whether God can be loved wholly? [*Cf. Q[184], A[ 336 2, 26 | seem that God cannot be loved wholly. For love follows ~ 337 2, 26 | Therefore He cannot be wholly loved by us.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 338 2, 26 | Therefore God cannot be loved ~wholly.~Aquin.: SMT SS 339 2, 26 | wholly. If therefore He be loved ~wholly by another, this 340 2, 26 | Therefore God cannot be wholly loved by a ~creature.~Aquin.: 341 2, 26 | whether God can be wholly loved, the question ~may be understood 342 2, 26 | be referred to the thing loved, and thus God is to be loved 343 2, 26 | loved, and thus God is to be loved wholly, since ~man should 344 2, 26 | thus again God ought to be loved wholly, since man ought 345 2, 26 | the lover to the ~thing loved, so that the mode of the 346 2, 26 | equal the mode of the thing ~loved. This is impossible: for, 347 2, 26 | Him as ~much as He can be loved, and this belongs to the 348 2, 26 | we suppose that both are ~loved for God, our love for God 349 2, 26 | the part of those ~who are loved.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[27] A[ 350 2, 26 | friend, ~since "He hath first loved us" (1 Jn. 4:10). Therefore 351 2, 26 | by reason ~of his being loved for God's sake. Therefore 352 2, 26 | that loveth Me, shall be loved of My Father, ~and I will . . . 353 2, 26 | prove the Apostle to have loved his neighbor ~more than 354 2, 26 | more than God, but that he loved God more than himself. For 355 2, 26 | God. Hence that God ~be loved for His own sake does not 356 2, 27 | the presence of ~the thing loved, or because the proper good 357 2, 27 | proper good of the thing loved exists and ~endures in it; 358 2, 27 | the absence of the thing loved, or because the loved object 359 2, 27 | thing loved, or because the loved object to ~which we wish 360 2, 27 | the very fact that He is loved, He is in those who ~love 361 2, 32 | is natural to ~good to be loved. Hence it is impossible 362 2, 42 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: God is loved in our neighbor, as the 363 2, 42 | neighbor, as the end is loved in that ~which is directed 364 2, 42 | though four ~things are to be loved out of charity, there was 365 2, 42 | matter of precept that God be loved ~with the whole heart, whoever 366 2, 42 | matter. But God is to be loved as the last ~end, to which 367 2, 42 | loves more, so that if ~he loved less one whom he ought to 368 2, 42 | are nearer to us are to be loved more.~ 369 2, 53 | agent. Hence the flesh is loved lawfully, if it be directed 370 2, 72 | better than honor, and to be loved is better than to be ~honored, 371 2, 79 | honored is almost to be loved." Therefore the religion 372 2, 79 | charity whereby God is loved is not distinct from the 373 2, 79 | whereby our ~neighbor is loved; whereas the religion whereby 374 2, 81 | benevolence, since "He first hath loved us" ( 1 Jn. 4:19). Therefore 375 2, 98 | to Malach. 1:2,3, "I have loved Jacob, but have hated Esau." ~ 376 2, 101 | Ethic. viii, 8), "to be ~loved is like being honored." 377 2, 101 | reasons for which a man is loved. In like manner, ~since 378 2, 104 | reason for which man is loved. Therefore thankfulness 379 2, 115 | Further, men are honored and loved on account of virtue. Now ~ 380 2, 130 | people (Jn. 12:43): "For they loved the glory of men more than 381 2, 130 | since good ~is naturally loved and honored by all. Wherefore, 382 2, 134 | evils, is ~more desired and loved than the good the privation 383 2, 146 | love of God, who is to be loved, as our last end, above ~ 384 2, 173 | appetite tend to the object loved. Hence he says afterwards 385 2, 178 | the love whereby God is loved out of charity surpasses 386 2, 178 | delights in seeing the object loved, and the very delight in 387 2, 178 | be not only seen but also loved.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[180] A[ 388 2, 179 | will be seen without end, loved without ~wearying, praised 389 2, 180 | the contemplative life is loved more for its ~own sake, 390 2, 182 | the part of the object loved, so that God be loved as 391 2, 182 | object loved, so that God be loved as much as He is ~lovable. 392 2, 182 | first of all whether he loved Him, and ~afterwards committed 393 2, 183 | Lord asking ~Peter if he loved Him more than the others, 394 2, 183 | to Peter, asked him if he loved Him more than the others. 395 2, 183 | asked by our Lord if he loved Him more than the others, 396 2, 183 | answered simply that he ~loved Christ.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 397 3, 1 | according to Jn. 3:16: "God so loved the world as to give His ~ 398 3, 1 | to show us how deeply God loved us. And what could ~afford 399 3, 1 | Galatians 2:20: 'Christ . . . loved me and delivered Himself 400 3, 1 | into the ~world, and men loved darkness rather than the 401 3, 1 | exceeding charity ~wherewith He loved us . . . even when we were 402 3, 4 | written (Jn. 3:16): "God so loved the world as to give His ~ 403 3, 19 | that loveth Me, shall be loved of My Father, ~and I will 404 3, 22 | Eph. 5:2): "Christ hath loved us, and ~hath delivered 405 3, 32 | said (Jn. 3:16): "God so loved the ~world as to give His 406 3, 46 | exceeding charity ~wherewith He loved us, even when we were dead 407 3, 46 | of the disciple whom He loved.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[46] A[ 408 3, 47 | love, as Christ also has loved us, and delivered Himself 409 3, 47 | according to Gal. 2:20: ~"He loved me, and delivered Himself 410 3, 49 | written (Apoc. 1:5): "He loved us, and washed us ~from 411 3, 49 | forgiven her because she hath ~loved much." Secondly, Christ' 412 3, 49 | friends. But God ~always loved us, according to Wis. 11: 413 3, 49 | according to Jn. 3:16: "God so loved ~the world, as to give His 414 3, 49 | written (Jer. 31:3): "I have ~loved thee with an everlasting 415 3, 60 | Eph. 5:25,26): "Christ loved the ~Church, and delivered 416 3, 84 | should perish, and what He loved be lost," viz. by despair.~ 417 3, 86 | according to Jer. 31:3: "I have loved thee with an everlasting 418 3, 87 | exceeding ~charity, wherewith He loved us, even when we were dead 419 Suppl, 40| to be a portion as being loved equally ~with other things, 420 Suppl, 59| holiness ~of the Lord, which he loved, and hath married the daughter 421 Suppl, 66| your wives, as Christ also loved the Church," ~which show 422 Suppl, 72| woes ~of those whom they loved in this world: for they 423 Suppl, 89| that loveth Me shall be loved of ~My Father; and I will 424 Suppl, 92| will be seen unendingly, loved without wearying, praised ~ 425 Suppl, 93| God ~perfectly as seen and loved perfectly. Now this reward 426 Suppl, 95| Now some of the damned loved inordinately some who are 427 Suppl, 95| friendship for those whom they loved ~inordinately. Yet the will


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