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1 1, 2 | beatitude. For man ~naturally desires happiness, and what is naturally 2 1, 5 | desirability, but rather that which desires. Therefore primary ~matter 3 1, 12 | rational creature naturally desires to know all ~things. Therefore 4 1, 16 | it apprehends that ~it desires being. Hence the idea of 5 1, 19 | universe, for this is ~what God desires above all things in His 6 1, 20 | root and origin. For nobody desires anything nor rejoices in ~ 7 1, 20 | therefore the more ardently desires to be freed ~from them, 8 1, 22 | them go according to the desires of ~their heart" (Ps. 80: 9 1, 26 | it is that, as everything desires the ~perfection of its nature, 10 1, 26 | nature, intellectual nature desires naturally to be ~happy. 11 1, 48 | thus, since every nature desires its own being and its own ~ 12 1, 58 | possible to ~have, whoever desires to know anything is in potentiality 13 1, 59 | but from the matter which desires being before possessing 14 1, 59 | human virtue, deals with the desires of sensible pleasures, which ~ 15 1, 60 | happiness: ~and all other desires are caused by this natural 16 1, 60 | by natural appetite each desires what is good for ~self. 17 1, 60 | so ~far as he naturally desires a greater good to God than 18 1, 62 | since everything naturally desires its ultimate ~perfection. 19 1, 62 | freely towards the objects it desires. Consequently the movement ~ 20 1, 63 | no sin; provided that he desires such likeness in proper 21 1, 75 | an ~intellect naturally desires always to exist. But a natural 22 1, 49 | thus, since every nature desires its own being and its own ~ 23 1, 59 | possible to ~have, whoever desires to know anything is in potentiality 24 1, 60 | but from the matter which desires being before possessing 25 1, 60 | human virtue, deals with the desires of sensible pleasures, which ~ 26 1, 61 | happiness: ~and all other desires are caused by this natural 27 1, 61 | by natural appetite each desires what is good for ~self. 28 1, 61 | so ~far as he naturally desires a greater good to God than 29 1, 63 | since everything naturally desires its ultimate ~perfection. 30 1, 63 | freely towards the objects it desires. Consequently the movement ~ 31 1, 64 | no sin; provided that he desires such likeness in proper 32 1, 74 | an ~intellect naturally desires always to exist. But a natural 33 1, 77 | power of the soul. For sight desires an appropriate visible object; ~ 34 1, 77 | same way every other power ~desires its appropriate object. 35 1, 77 | purpose of realizing its desires and ~intentions.~Aquin.: 36 1, 77 | natural appetite ~each power desires something suitable to itself. 37 1, 77 | Whence it is clear that sight desires ~naturally a visible object 38 1, 77 | by the appetitive power desires the ~thing seen, not merely 39 1, 78 | example, when some one desires to know the truth; so the 40 1, 79 | each ~power of the soul desires some particular desirable 41 1, 79 | something. Wherefore each power desires by the ~natural appetite 42 1, 79 | the universal; as when it desires something because it is 43 1, 80 | in the fact that he who desires is borne ~towards the thing 44 1, 80 | which the concupiscible desires, or against what inflicts 45 1, 81 | inquiry:~(1) Whether the will desires something of necessity? ~( 46 1, 81 | necessity? ~(2) Whether it desires anything of necessity?~( 47 1, 81 | Para. 1/1~Whether the will desires something of necessity?~ 48 1, 81 | would seem that the will desires nothing. For Augustine says ~( 49 1, 81 | But whatever the will desires is voluntary. Therefore 50 1, 81 | Therefore nothing that the ~will desires is desired of necessity.~ 51 1, 81 | exceptions. Therefore the will desires ~something of necessity.~ 52 1, 81 | The will, so far as it desires a thing naturally, ~corresponds 53 1, 81 | Para. 1/1~Whether the will desires of necessity, whatever it 54 1, 81 | of necessity, whatever it desires?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[82] A[ 55 1, 81 | would seem that the will desires all things of necessity, ~ 56 1, 81 | necessity, ~whatever it desires. For Dionysius says (Div. 57 1, 81 | all things whatsoever it ~desires.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[82] A[ 58 1, 81 | necessity whatsoever it ~desires. In order to make this evident 59 1, 81 | of necessity whatever it desires.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[82] A[ 60 1, 82 | intellectual part, he naturally ~desires his last end, which is happiness. 61 1, 93 | naturally and ~necessarily he desires it, and shuns unhappiness. 62 1, 94 | them; for the temperate man desires as he ought ~to desire, 63 1, 106 | Moral. ii): "The less one desires, the less one cries out."~ 64 1, 113 | when, for instance, one desires to ~know of someone, what 65 1, 113 | he follows or resists the desires of the flesh, and ~according 66 1, 113 | disorders may arise unless those desires are curbed by reason, ~especially 67 2, 1 | because, since everything desires its own perfection, a ~man 68 2, 1 | its own perfection, a ~man desires for his ultimate end, that 69 2, 1 | ultimate end, that which he desires as his perfect ~and crowning 70 2, 1 | desire all, whatsoever he desires, for the last end.~Aquin.: 71 2, 1 | last end in all that he desires ~or does. Therefore man 72 2, 1 | does. Therefore man neither desires nor does all for the last 73 2, 1 | desire all, whatsoever he ~desires, for the last end. This 74 2, 1 | First, ~because whatever man desires, he desires it under the 75 2, 1 | whatever man desires, he desires it under the aspect of good. 76 2, 1 | last end, whenever ~one desires or does something: but the 77 2, 1 | well disposed affections desires for his last end.~Aquin.: 78 2, 2 | acquisition of whatever man desires. Therefore ~happiness consists 79 2, 2 | Further, that which man desires above all is happiness. 80 2, 2 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: That man desires honor above all else, arises 81 2, 2 | But whatever good a man desires, he ~desires it for himself. 82 2, 2 | good a man desires, he ~desires it for himself. Therefore 83 2, 3 | he who ~has whatever he desires, and desires nothing amiss." 84 2, 3 | whatever he desires, and desires nothing amiss." And a little 85 2, 3 | adds: "He is most happy who desires well, whatever he desires: ~ 86 2, 3 | desires well, whatever he desires: ~for good things make a 87 2, 3 | end, both absent, when it ~desires it; and present, when it 88 2, 3 | end be ~present to him who desires it, must be due to something 89 2, 3 | He who has whatever he desires, is happy, because he has ~ 90 2, 3 | because he has ~what he desires: and this indeed is by something 91 2, 4 | separated soul; for it yet desires to be ~united to the body, 92 2, 4 | Divine Essence. For the soul desires to enjoy God in such a way ~ 93 2, 5 | God?~(8) Whether every man desires Happiness?~Aquin.: SMT FS 94 2, 5 | life. For man naturally desires the good, which he has, 95 2, 5 | evil. Now man naturally desires to hold to the good that 96 2, 5 | Para. 1/1~Whether every man desires happiness?~Aquin.: SMT FS 97 2, 5 | happy is he who ~has all he desires, and desires nothing amiss." 98 2, 5 | has all he desires, and desires nothing amiss." But all 99 2, 5 | will." ~Therefore everyone desires to be happy.~Aquin.: SMT 100 2, 5 | of necessity, every man ~desires happiness. For the general 101 2, 5 | satisfied. And this everyone desires. Secondly we may ~speak 102 2, 5 | the ~man that has all he desires," or, "whose every wish 103 2, 5 | it simply of all that man desires by his ~natural appetite, 104 2, 5 | that he who has all that he desires, is ~happy: since nothing 105 2, 5 | of those things that man ~desires according to the apprehension 106 2, 5 | certain things that man desires; rather does ~it belong 107 2, 5 | from having all that he desires naturally; thus it is that ~ 108 2, 5 | perfect Happiness - that he ~"desires nothing amiss": although 109 2, 5 | happy is he who has all he desires."~ 110 2, 6 | will is ~changed so that he desires that which previously he 111 2, 6 | counter to that which he desires now; whereas ~the timid 112 2, 6 | that which in itself he desires now.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[6] 113 2, 10 | to the will that the will desires, but also ~that which pertains 114 2, 11 | not enjoy ~that which he desires for the sake of something 115 2, 11 | the part of the one who desires ~the end, by reason of his 116 2, 17 | appetite: for every agent desires an ~end in some way. Now 117 2, 19 | will that ~persists in its desires in opposition to reason." 118 2, 23 | In like manner, nothing ~desires evil, as such; but all things 119 2, 26 | its sweetness which ~he desires"; as stated in Topic. ii, 120 2, 27 | willing ~the good that he desires. But a man loves himself 121 2, 27 | from him something which he desires. The same applies to the 122 2, 27 | being loved; ~thus he that desires money, for this reason loves 123 2, 28 | OBJ 2: Further, the lover desires the beloved to be united 124 2, 28 | of concupiscence he who desires ~something intensely, is 125 2, 29 | from pain, more ~than he desires pleasure." But flight from 126 2, 29 | For everything naturally desires good, nor can anyone desire ~ 127 2, 29 | in respect of which, man desires temporal goods for ~himself 128 2, 30 | and fixed. Hence man never desires ~infinite meat, or infinite 129 2, 30 | infinity. Hence he that desires riches, may desire to be 130 2, 30 | to realize all that he desires: for he delights in the 131 2, 32 | pleasant), because man desires to know something whole 132 2, 32 | pleasing to the one that desires, since desire is chiefly 133 2, 32 | pleasant to get what one desires, as stated above ~(Q[23], 134 2, 32 | the ~knowledge which one desires to have. For this reason 135 2, 33 | pleasure in it, than when ~it desires it before possessing it; 136 2, 33 | pleasure in what one has, one desires to possess the remainder: 137 2, 33 | first part of a verse, he desires to hear the ~second part, 138 2, 33 | wearies of them, and sometimes desires another kind. ~Spiritual 139 2, 34 | akin to those actions, than desires, which precede them in point 140 2, 34 | time. Wherefore, since the desires of good actions are good, 141 2, 35 | vi, 733): "hence wild ~desires and grovelling fears/And 142 2, 35 | appetite, but because nature ~desires something as good, the removal 143 2, 36 | Hence everything naturally desires ~unity, just as it desires 144 2, 36 | desires ~unity, just as it desires goodness: and therefore, 145 2, 40 | Reply OBJ 2: When a man desires a thing and reckons that 146 2, 46 | vengeance itself, which it desires and hopes for as ~being 147 2, 46 | hatred has. For since hatred desires ~another's evil for evil' 148 2, 46 | Consequently an angry man desires this, that the person whom 149 2, 46 | not for all this, since he desires another's evil as such. 150 2, 46 | stated above (A[6]), anger desires evil as being a ~means of 151 2, 48 | continually, for to everyone that desires a thing it is pleasant to 152 2, 48 | on the thought of what he desires; wherefore the imaginings 153 2, 56 | since everything naturally desires its own ~proper good; for 154 2, 60 | various virtues about the desires for good things: thus temperance 155 2, 60 | thus temperance is ~about desires for the pleasure of touch, 156 2, 60 | various moral virtues about ~desires, as stated above.~ 157 2, 61 | virtue which suppresses desires for the pleasures of ~touch; 158 2, 61 | Wherefore whoever ~can curb his desires for the pleasures of touch, 159 2, 61 | has not to check worldly desires, for it has ~forgotten all 160 2, 61 | temperance knows no earthly desires; fortitude has no knowledge 161 2, 61 | fear; temperance, about desires; for in this ~sense it is 162 2, 63 | the same, viz. to moderate desires of touch. ~Therefore they 163 2, 63 | infused temperance moderate desires for ~pleasures of touch, 164 2, 66 | concupiscence, whereby he who desires good, ~loves himself rather 165 2, 67 | without the rebellion of the desires: so that prudence will neither ~ 166 2, 67 | temperance, in respect of "lewd desires."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[67] A[ 167 2, 69 | consists: ~which happiness man desires by seeking the object of 168 2, 70 | external things, and that our desires rest ~altogether in one 169 2, 70 | deeds: as regards internal desires, by "contingency" and ~" 170 2, 70 | withdraws man from ~unlawful desires, contingency also from lawful 171 2, 70 | contingency also from lawful desires: or because the ~continent 172 2, 72 | Now ~words, deeds, and desires differ in species according 173 2, 74 | good, the will sometimes desires an evil, and in this sense 174 2, 74 | the ~will to do them, he desires nevertheless to enjoy them." 175 2, 77 | Now the fact that anyone desires a ~temporal good inordinately, 176 2, 77 | ordered self-love, whereby man desires a fitting good ~for himself, 177 2, 77 | Concupiscence, whereby a man desires good for himself, is ~reduced 178 2, 77 | to love both the good he desires for himself, ~and himself 179 2, 77 | and himself to whom he desires it. Love, in so far as it 180 2, 77 | himself that man either desires good things, or ~avoids 181 2, 77 | desire of good: for a man ~desires good for the one he loves. 182 2, 80 | inspires his friends ~with evil desires"; and Bede, commenting on 183 2, 80 | draws the mind to evil desires"; and Isidore says (De Summo 184 2, 80 | not become a slave to his desires, except through sin. Therefore 185 2, 84 | other sins; as when a man desires money through ~ambition, 186 2, 84 | opportunity of fulfilling all desires of ~sin, has the character 187 2, 84 | God, it follows that he desires ~inordinately his own excellence 188 2, 87 | God gave them up to the desires of their heart," i.e. to 189 2, 99 | temporal goods which man ~desires in subordination to God 190 2, 100 | forbidden ~all kinds of evil desires.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] A[ 191 2, 102 | Christ, by the spiritual desires of the perfect, on the ~ 192 2, 102 | has an incentive to evil desires, and offers an occasion 193 2, 108 | does in order to curb his desires, ~comes under the head of 194 2, 114 | whose salvation the just man desires. And it is in this sense 195 2, 4 | is the end ~of all our desires and actions, as Augustine 196 2, 16 | thus a man loves what he desires. The first ~love of God 197 2, 24 | and to live; secondly, he desires good things for him; thirdly, 198 2, 25 | of the good which a man desires for ~another, or according 199 2, 27 | through charity that man desires to be with Christ ~according 200 2, 27 | desire for God, but all our desires: so that the joy of the 201 2, 28 | the very fact that a man desires a certain thing it ~follows 202 2, 28 | thing it ~follows that he desires to obtain what he desires, 203 2, 28 | desires to obtain what he desires, and, in consequence, ~to 204 2, 28 | from obtaining the good he desires, by a contrary desire ~either 205 2, 28 | of necessity that whoever desires anything ~desires peace, 206 2, 28 | whoever desires anything ~desires peace, in so far as he who 207 2, 28 | peace, in so far as he who desires anything, desires to attain, ~ 208 2, 28 | he who desires anything, desires to attain, ~with tranquillity 209 2, 28 | hindrance, to that which he desires: and ~this is what is meant 210 2, 28 | good, and unites all one's desires by giving ~them rest in 211 2, 28 | to Him, so that all his desires tend to one ~object - the 212 2, 28 | is he who has whatever he desires, ~and desires nothing amiss." 213 2, 28 | whatever he desires, ~and desires nothing amiss." Hence, on 214 2, 28 | the contrary of which ~man desires naturally, wherefore the 215 2, 31 | whole body, so too he ~who desires his brother's amendment 216 2, 32 | in so far, namely, as he desires an inordinate pleasure, 217 2, 32 | avoids sorrow, just as ~it desires pleasure, as the Philosopher 218 2, 34 | diminishes the good name a man desires to have, it follows that 219 2, 44 | sins; for the lustful man desires pleasure, ~without which 220 2, 51 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: No man desires the deformity of imprudence, 221 2, 53 | because ~the angry man desires to harm manifestly, as the 222 2, 58 | easily believes what ~he desires. Thirdly, this is due to 223 2, 65 | punishment to sinners, because He desires not the death of ~the sinner, 224 2, 68 | good, the latter because he desires to hurt."~Aquin.: SMT SS 225 2, 74 | the sentiments of one who desires that which is expressed 226 2, 74 | for if a man commands or desires another's evil, as evil, ~ 227 2, 74 | hand if a ~man commands or desires another's evil under the 228 2, 81 | known to Him ~our needs or desires but that we ourselves may 229 2, 81 | by inspiring us with holy desires, He makes us ask for ~what 230 2, 81 | of the body, but by pious desires and devout ~prayers.~Aquin.: 231 2, 81 | since prayer interprets our desires, as it were, before God, 232 2, 81 | effectively to an increase of holy desires." Hence then alone should 233 2, 93 | observing ~the stars, one desires to foreknow the future that 234 2, 103 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Vainglory desires display of excellence. And 235 2, 103 | since every ~such person desires above all the end, and that 236 2, 107 | things ~besides, and the will desires things pertaining to the 237 2, 113 | sinner is praised in the desires of his soul"; or they ~may 238 2, 113 | sinner is ~praised in the desires of his soul, and the unjust 239 2, 115 | towards ~money, in that he desires it not nor loves it: so 240 2, 115 | temperance, which moderates desires and pleasures ~relating 241 2, 116 | external goods: since man desires ~them naturally, both because 242 2, 116 | instance, a man loves them, desires ~them, or delights in them, 243 2, 116 | instance, when a man loves or ~desires riches too much, or takes 244 2, 121 | not shun pain more than he desires pleasure. For we ~perceive 245 2, 122 | yet do we slay fleshly ~desires in the soul with the sword 246 2, 127 | the ability of the one who desires it. Now that which is so ~ 247 2, 129 | ways. First, when a ~man desires recognition of an excellence 248 2, 129 | honor. Secondly, when a man desires honor ~for himself without 249 2, 129 | magnanimity, the more he desires himself alone to dominate 250 2, 130 | godly faith, if the heart desires glory more than it fears 251 2, 130 | is desirous of vainglory, desires the ~excellence which belongs 252 2, 130 | good one may ~desire, one desires a certain perfection and 253 2, 136 | is sinful, seeing that he desires it too much, and shuns the ~ 254 2, 139 | Whether it is only about desires and pleasures?~(4) Whether 255 2, 139 | Wherefore man naturally desires pleasures that are becoming 256 2, 139 | temperance is only about desires and pleasures?~Aquin.: SMT 257 2, 139 | temperance is not only about desires and ~pleasures. For Tully 258 2, 139 | temperance is not only about desires and ~pleasures.~Aquin.: 259 2, 139 | death, than to moderate desires and pleasures, which ~are 260 2, 139 | temperance is not chiefly about desires and pleasures.~Aquin.: SMT 261 2, 139 | moderation is needed, not only in desires and ~pleasures, but also 262 2, 139 | temperance is not only about desires and pleasures.~Aquin.: SMT 263 2, 139 | absence of the things he desires.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[141] A[ 264 2, 139 | temperance is properly about desires, and fortitude about ~fears.~ 265 2, 139 | temperance is only about desires and pleasures of touch?~ 266 2, 139 | temperance is not only about desires and ~pleasures of touch. 267 2, 139 | to control and quell the desires which draw us ~to the things 268 2, 139 | temperance is not only about desires of pleasures of touch.~Aquin.: 269 2, 139 | temperance is not only about desires for ~pleasures of touch.~ 270 2, 139 | temperance ~is properly about desires of pleasures of touch."~ 271 2, 139 | 3]), temperance is about desires and ~pleasures in the same 272 2, 139 | temperance must needs be about desires for the ~greatest pleasures. 273 2, 139 | temperance to ~moderate desires and pleasures of touch, 274 2, 139 | that "the temperate man desires pleasant things for the 275 2, 139 | the "temperate man also desires other pleasant ~things," 276 2, 139 | reason is able to moderate desires and pleasures that are furthest ~ 277 2, 139 | irascible. But ~the objects of desires and pleasures of touch move 278 2, 139 | more difficult to control desires and pleasures of touch than 279 2, 139 | temperance moderates only the desires and ~pleasures which affect 280 2, 140 | children have none but natural desires. Now "in respect ~of natural 281 2, 140 | in respect ~of natural desires few sin by intemperance," 282 2, 140 | like a child concupiscence ~desires something disgraceful. This 283 2, 140 | intemperance are about ~natural desires, since they are about desires 284 2, 140 | desires, since they are about desires of food and sex, which are ~ 285 2, 140 | in the matter of natural desires, for nature requires only 286 2, 140 | occur with regard to natural desires, according to the ~Philosopher ( 287 2, 140 | intemperance, since no man desires to be ~intemperate, whereas 288 2, 140 | certain annexed pleasures or ~desires than about natural desires 289 2, 140 | desires than about natural desires or pleasures. Now the more 290 2, 140 | intemperance are about human desires and pleasures. Now certain 291 2, 140 | and pleasures. Now certain desires ~and pleasures are more 292 2, 140 | more shameful than human desires and pleasures; such ~are 293 2, 142 | since the latter is about desires, whereas shamefacedness 294 2, 143 | moderate and temper evil desires. Accordingly honesty, as ~ 295 2, 144 | maintenance of life, which he desires above all other things. 296 2, 151 | of lust is only venereal desires and pleasures?~Aquin.: SMT 297 2, 151 | lust is not only venereal ~desires and pleasures. For Augustine 298 2, 151 | properly ~about venereal desires and pleasures.~Aquin.: SMT 299 2, 151 | not only about venereal desires and pleasures.~Aquin.: SMT 300 2, 151 | the ~pleasure which a man desires inordinately, while on the 301 2, 151 | whose pleasures a man desires to ~enjoy, while on the 302 2, 151 | of any goods that a man desires for ~himself is the common 303 2, 151 | preference for the ~pleasures he desires to anything else.~ 304 2, 153 | whereby a man resists evil desires, which in him are vehement. 305 2, 153 | perverse reason. Now evil desires are opposed to right reason, 306 2, 153 | right reason, even as ~good desires are opposed to perverse 307 2, 153 | by abstaining from evil ~desires, and not he who holds to 308 2, 153 | by abstaining from good ~desires: indeed, the latter should 309 2, 153 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether desires for pleasures of touch are 310 2, 153 | OBJ 1: It would seem that desires for pleasures of touch are 311 2, 153 | not properly ~regard the desires for pleasures of touch.~ 312 2, 153 | is not properly about the desires for pleasures of touch~Aquin.: 313 2, 153 | Ethic. ~vii, 5. Therefore desires for pleasures of touch are 314 2, 153 | intemperance are about the desires for ~pleasures of touch, 315 2, 153 | incontinence refer properly to desires for pleasures of ~touch.~ 316 2, 153 | contain oneself, namely desires for pleasures of touch, 317 2, 153 | continence, as stated (A[2]), is ~desires for the pleasures of touch, 318 2, 153 | the continent man has evil desires," according ~to the Philosopher ( 319 2, 153 | breaks out into vehement evil desires. Wherefore it is ~manifest 320 2, 153 | not to follow his unlawful desires. Now ~the primary difference 321 2, 153 | though subject to vehement desires, chooses not to ~follow 322 2, 153 | Continence has for its matter the desires for pleasures of ~touch, 323 2, 153 | the continent man resists desires.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[155] A[ 324 2, 153 | subject to vehement evil ~desires, strives more than the temperate 325 2, 153 | resistance of the reason to evil desires when they are ~vehement 326 2, 153 | resists reason by its evil desires. Hence continence is compared 327 2, 154 | that is, by following evil desires. Secondly, ~incontinence 328 2, 154 | one gives way to wicked desires, but ~because one fails 329 2, 154 | for instance about the desires for things of which one ~ 330 2, 154 | wicked are the things he desires, ~nevertheless acts through 331 2, 154 | intemperate man judges ~what he desires to be good. Therefore the 332 2, 154 | has vehement passions and desires, which the intemperate ~ 333 2, 154 | order that he may follow his desires ~without being curbed. Hence 334 2, 154 | to begin to resist his ~desires, so that concupiscence is 335 2, 156 | Reply OBJ 2: The angry man desires the evil of another, not 336 2, 156 | appetible object, ~as when one desires unjust revenge; and thus 337 2, 156 | desired object, as when one desires to be avenged in a trifling 338 2, 156 | movement of anger wherein a man desires the killing or any grave 339 2, 156 | appetible ~object which it desires, anger would seem to be 340 2, 156 | least of sins, for ~anger desires the evil of punishment for 341 2, 156 | part of the evil which it desires ~the sin of anger agrees 342 2, 156 | hatred; but while hatred desires absolutely ~another's evil 343 2, 156 | such, and the envious man desires another's evil ~through 344 2, 156 | own glory, the angry man desires another's evil ~under the 345 2, 156 | of which the angry man ~desires an evil, anger concurs with 346 2, 156 | justice, which the angry man desires, is better than the ~pleasurable 347 2, 156 | thereof. Now anger, which desires evil under the aspect of 348 2, 156 | hatred has, since the latter desires evil under ~the aspect of 349 2, 159 | in ~fulfilling one's own desires"; the twelfth is "to fear 350 2, 160 | appetite for food which man desires naturally. Now pride is ~ 351 2, 160 | ready to believe what he desires very much, ~the result being 352 2, 160 | in fulfilling one's own ~desires"; to this is opposed "license," 353 2, 160 | excellence which, by pride, ~one desires inordinately, is not always 354 2, 161 | like Thee?" says: "He who desires to be of himself, even as 355 2, 163 | knowledge which man naturally ~desires to have; the other on the 356 2, 164 | corporeal nature man naturally desires the pleasures of food and 357 2, 164 | of his soul, he naturally desires to know something; thus ~ 358 2, 165 | 4/5~Thirdly, when a man desires to know the truth about 359 2, 170 | having renounced earthly desires they were kindled by the 360 2, 176 | person's ~holiness, which God desires to propose as an example 361 2, 182 | charity; to have no carnal desires is the perfection of charity." 362 2, 183 | says (1 Tim. 3:1): "He that desires [Vulg.: 'If a man ~desire'] 363 2, 183 | it, and abhors one that desires it." [*The ~quotation is 364 2, 187 | states; and ~thus he who desires to reach to a higher state 365 2, 187 | to shun all troublesome desires, Who warns us to turn aside 366 3, 7 | continence also regard wicked desires, from which Christ was free. ~ 367 3, 7 | But Christ had no evil desires whatever, as will be shown ~( 368 3, 7 | as he is without evil ~desires. Hence, according to the 369 3, 7 | temperate has ~not the evil desires which the continent suffers. 370 3, 7 | grace which the Apostle desires for the faithful to whom 371 3, 18 | desired it." Now he ~who desires to do another's will, wills 372 3, 18 | flesh." Now when the ~spirit desires one thing, and the flesh 373 3, 18 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: In us the desires of the spirit are impeded 374 3, 18 | impeded or retarded by ~the desires of the flesh: this did not 375 3, 21 | to pertain to that which desires what ~is besought. Now Christ 376 3, 36 | ungodliness and worldly desires, we should live soberly, 377 3, 41 | are ~sanctified, for he desires, above all, to overcome 378 3, 41 | temptations are the causes of ~desires" - namely, "lust of the 379 3, 42 | part of the teacher, who desires to ~excel in his knowledge, 380 3, 48 | the flesh, not after the desires of men, but according to 381 3, 68 | the heart." Now a man who desires to ~be "born again of water 382 3, 74 | yet despoiled of carnal desires, which ~clung to their hearts 383 Suppl, 2 | Hom. 50 inter 1]: "No man desires life everlasting ~unless 384 Suppl, 2 | grieves for his ills, and ~desires good things. Therefore, 385 Suppl, 3 | humor, but as to ~his bodily desires and concupiscences. And, 386 Suppl, 53| husband ~feels that she desires him to pay the debt, for 387 Suppl, 62| stand in the way of their desires. Therefore ~women are rather 388 Suppl, 88| naturally and consequently desires its good. Therefore, ~that 389 Suppl, 90| Now ~every imperfect thing desires its perfection. Hence the 390 Suppl, 90| separated soul ~naturally desires reunion with the body and 391 Suppl, 93| yet do we ~slay fleshly desires in the soul with the sword


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