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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 97 | would have been without lust.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[98] A[ 2 1, 117 | what there is of inordinate lust is evil; in ~this God does 3 2, 6 | that "delight," or the lust of pleasure, "destroys the 4 2, 10 | written (Gn. 4:7): "Thy lust [Vulg. 'The lust ~thereof'] 5 2, 10 | Thy lust [Vulg. 'The lust ~thereof'] shall be under 6 2, 17 | although he ~wills not to lust. But to lust is an act of 7 2, 17 | wills not to lust. But to lust is an act of the sensitive 8 2, 17 | although he wills not to lust, is due to a ~disposition 9 2, 17 | the case of gluttony and lust, and their contrary virtues. 10 2, 61 | he should be conquered by lust, after showing himself to 11 2, 68 | and against inordinate lust for ~pleasures, by "fear," 12 2, 70 | is the love of satisfying lust ~outside lawful wedlock, 13 2, 72 | pleasures of the ~table; and lust, which consists in sexual 14 2, 72 | and the same applies to lust and to any other sin.~Aquin.: 15 2, 73 | while adultery pertains to lust, which is a carnal sin. ~ 16 2, 73 | devil rejoices ~chiefly in lust and idolatry." But he rejoices 17 2, 73 | greater sin. ~Therefore, since lust is a carnal sin, it seems 18 2, 73 | shameful to be incontinent in lust than in anger." But anger 19 2, 73 | Moral. xxxi, 17); while lust ~pertains to carnal sins. 20 2, 73 | belongs not only to the sin of lust, but also to ~the sin of 21 2, 73 | rejoice chiefly in the sin of lust, ~because it is of the greatest 22 2, 73 | shameful to be incontinent in lust than in anger, is that ~ 23 2, 73 | than in anger, is that ~lust partakes less of reason; 24 2, 74 | movement of anger, or of lust: secondly, when it fails 25 2, 77 | is written (Dan. 13:56): "Lust hath perverted thy ~heart." ~ 26 2, 77 | under thee [*Vulg.: 'The lust thereof shall ~be under 27 2, 82 | et Concep. i, 23) that "lust ~transmits original sin 28 2, 82 | 3: It is not the actual lust that transmits original 29 2, 82 | man to feel no inordinate lust in the ~act of generation, 30 2, 82 | understand this to be habitual lust, whereby the sensitive appetite 31 2, 82 | of original justice. This lust is ~equally in all.~ 32 2, 84 | covetousness, gluttony, lust. For ~sins are opposed to 33 2, 84 | belongs to gluttony and lust, and sadness to sloth and ~ 34 2, 84 | sought inordinately by "lust." Thirdly, ~there is external 35 2, 84 | and ~this "gluttony" and "lust" pursue.~Aquin.: SMT FS 36 2, 88 | of venial sin, that the lust of sinning increases, and 37 2, 88 | necessity, and through the mere lust ~of wine, make himself unable 38 2, 94 | all animals, is unisexual ~lust, which has received the 39 2, 102 | their being an incentive to lust, for which reason some refrain ~ 40 2, 102 | the forbidding of cruelty, lust, and bravery in committing 41 2, 102 | was to preserve them from lust: because the ~employment 42 2, 102 | and offers an occasion of ~lust. The figurative reason is 43 2, 102 | by man; and movements ~of lust are aroused by seeing such 44 2, 105 | is not the result of the lust of pleasure, but ~rather 45 2, 107 | give way ~to anger, or to lust." Therefore the New Law 46 2, 108 | for revenge, or out of lust for temporal goods, or out 47 2, 10 | principle of gluttony and lust, wherefore these sins are 48 2, 10 | will be ~convulsed with lust." Hence, though unbelievers 49 2, 14 | among the vices arising from lust.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[15] A[ 50 2, 14 | blindness of mind arises from lust. Now these others are different ~ 51 2, 14 | and blindness of mind from lust.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[15] A[ 52 2, 14 | vices, namely gluttony and lust, are concerned with pleasures ~ 53 2, 14 | weakened, ~more, however, by lust than by gluttony, forasmuch 54 2, 14 | of the table. Wherefore lust gives rise to ~blindness 55 2, 19 | future life arises from lust, according to Gregory (Moral. 56 2, 19 | way despair is caused by lust.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[20] A[ 57 2, 19 | though it may arise from ~lust, for the reason given above.~ 58 2, 33 | incentive to sin, as in lust; for which ~reason it is 59 2, 38 | the fever of revolt, the lust of power, and such like ~ 60 2, 44 | Whether folly is a daughter of lust?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[46] A[ 61 2, 44 | folly is not a daughter of lust. For Gregory ~(Moral. xxxi, 62 2, 44 | enumerates the daughters of lust, among which however ~he 63 2, 44 | folly does not proceed from lust.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[46] A[ 64 2, 44 | duplicity rather than of lust.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[46] A[ 65 2, 44 | anger rather than from lust.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[46] A[ 66 2, 44 | earthly ~things chiefly by lust, which is about the greatest 67 2, 44 | sin, arises chiefly from lust.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[46] A[ 68 2, 44 | mentions two daughters of lust, ~pertaining to folly, namely, " 69 2, 44 | things, arises ~chiefly from lust, as stated above.~ 70 2, 45 | hath deceived thee, and lust hath subverted thy heart," ~ 71 2, 51 | not, merely through the lust of possession, this ~would 72 2, 51 | aforesaid vices arise from lust?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[53] A[ 73 2, 51 | vices do not arise from lust. ~For inconstancy arises 74 2, 51 | is a distinct vice from lust.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[53] A[ 75 2, 51 | not seem to pertain to ~lust, but rather to deceitfulness, 76 2, 51 | vices do ~not arise from lust.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[53] A[ 77 2, 51 | aforesaid ~vices arise from lust. ~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[53] A[ 78 2, 51 | they arise chiefly from lust.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[53] A[ 79 2, 51 | something else; whereas lust causes inconstancy by destroying 80 2, 51 | who is incontinent through lust does not listen to ~it at 81 2, 51 | something resulting from lust, just as ~inconstancy is, 82 2, 52 | about a special matter, as lust is about sexual matters, ~ 83 2, 53 | stated above (Q[43], A[6]) lust is the chief cause of lack 84 2, 53 | they arise chiefly from lust; especially since the ~Philosopher 85 2, 53 | pleasure and of ~concupiscence, lust entirely suppresses the 86 2, 53 | not arise directly from lust. When the ~Philosopher says 87 2, 56 | where it is written: ~"The lust thereof," viz. of sin, " 88 2, 56 | temperance is ~the curb on the lust for fleeting pleasures, 89 2, 56 | operations: thus sexual ~lust leads to adultery, and overmuch 90 2, 63 | further on he says: "Nor is lust tamed thereby, on the contrary 91 2, 70 | charity, and not through lust for one's own ~honor. Hence 92 2, 70 | there is ~not the danger of lust for one's own honor as there 93 2, 97 | one kill a priest under lust, as the violation of a ~ 94 2, 108 | fourth is "told out of mere lust of lying and ~deceiving"; 95 2, 108 | which is told "out of mere lust of lying and deceiving." ~ 96 2, 109 | further purpose than the mere lust of hypocrisy, as the Philosopher 97 2, 116 | properly to ~gluttony and lust, of which the Apostle says ( 98 2, 116 | ascribed to St. ~Chrysostom], "Lust for money brings darkness 99 2, 116 | covetousness, which is lust for money, is a mortal sin.~ 100 2, 116 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Lust for riches, properly speaking, 101 2, 120 | neighbor, ~especially by way of lust, are understood to be forbidden 102 2, 123 | order to ~escape poverty, lust, or something disagreeable 103 2, 136 | fear, to be defeated by lust, or who has proved himself 104 2, 139 | and moderate mastery of lust and other wanton emotions 105 2, 139 | it is temperance whereby lust and desire are ~kept under 106 2, 140 | says ~(Confess. viii, 5): "Lust served became a custom, 107 2, 144 | against the allurements of lust, but also against those 108 2, 145 | there," that is to say, lust is ~cooled by abstinence 109 2, 145 | concupiscence, quenches the ~fire of lust, kindles the true light 110 2, 145 | abstinence from ~all manner of lust, since, as stated above ( 111 2, 145 | very great incentive to lust. ~Such are the flesh of 112 2, 145 | becomes a great incentive to lust. Hence the Church has bidden ~ 113 2, 146 | the soul are destroyed by lust."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[148] 114 2, 146 | their first-born," says: "Lust, ~concupiscence, pride are 115 2, 146 | of pleasures: and this is lust, which ~is a greater vice 116 2, 146 | vices, ~namely gluttony and lust. On the other hand, that 117 2, 146 | scurrility as a ~daughter of lust. Therefore it should not 118 2, 146 | incontinence that has reference to lust."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[148] 119 2, 148 | much as drunkenness and lust, the mother of all the vices." 120 2, 149 | a part of chastity: (3) lust, which is the contrary ~ 121 2, 149 | to the first onslaught of lust, while ~thou wishest thy 122 2, 149 | the violence of another's lust can deprive her body of 123 2, 149 | matter of chastity and ~of lust its contrary vice, so too 124 2, 150 | has experienced ~venereal lust should cease to have had 125 2, 151 | 153] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF LUST (FIVE ARTICLES)~We must 126 2, 151 | next consider the vice of lust which is opposed to chastity: ( 127 2, 151 | opposed to chastity: (1) ~Lust in general; (2) its species. 128 2, 151 | 1) What is the matter of lust?~(2) Whether all copulation 129 2, 151 | is unlawful?~(3) Whether lust is a mortal sin?~(4) Whether 130 2, 151 | mortal sin?~(4) Whether lust is a capital vice?~(5) Concerning 131 2, 151 | 1~Whether the matter of lust is only venereal desires 132 2, 151 | seem that the matter of lust is not only venereal ~desires 133 2, 151 | says (Confess. ii, 6) that "lust ~affects to be called surfeit 134 2, 151 | refers to riches. Therefore lust is not properly ~about venereal 135 2, 151 | seem to be the matter of lust.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[153] A[ 136 2, 151 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, lust is defined "as the desire 137 2, 151 | also many others. Therefore lust is ~not only about venereal 138 2, 151 | Therefore these belong to lust.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[153] A[ 139 2, 151 | a ~man's mind. Therefore lust is especially concerned 140 2, 151 | to other matters, so too, lust applies chiefly to venereal ~ 141 2, 151 | gloss on Gal. 5:19 says "lust is any kind of surfeit."~ 142 2, 151 | any matter is ascribed to lust, or because the use of ~ 143 2, 151 | other matters, the name ~of lust has a special application 144 2, 151 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the lust that is about venereal acts 145 2, 151 | OBJ 1: It would seem that lust about venereal acts cannot 146 2, 151 | acts, and consequently lust is no sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS 147 2, 151 | no vice ~is opposed to lust. Therefore lust is not a 148 2, 151 | opposed to lust. Therefore lust is not a sin.~Aquin.: SMT 149 2, 151 | forbidden on account of lust, according to the saying 150 2, 151 | drunk with wine wherein is lust [Douay: 'luxury']." ~Therefore 151 2, 151 | luxury']." ~Therefore lust is forbidden.~Aquin.: SMT 152 2, 151 | ordering, it will be a sin. Now lust consists ~essentially in 153 2, 151 | Wherefore without any doubt lust is a sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS 154 2, 151 | 20) in speaking against lust, ~"You are bought with a 155 2, 151 | inordinately using the body through lust a man wrongs God ~Who is 156 2, 151 | Reply OBJ 3: The opposite of lust is not found in many, since 157 2, 151 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether lust is a capital vice?~Aquin.: 158 2, 151 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that lust is not a capital vice. For 159 2, 151 | not a capital vice. For lust is apparently ~the same 160 2, 151 | Moral. xxxi, 45). Therefore lust is not a capital vice.~Aquin.: 161 2, 151 | leads to the depravity of lust, so does humility of mind 162 2, 151 | another vice. Therefore lust is not a ~capital vice.~ 163 2, 151 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, lust is caused by despair, according 164 2, 151 | Much less, therefore, is lust a capital ~vice.~Aquin.: 165 2, 151 | Moral. xxxi, 45) places lust among the capital ~vices.~ 166 2, 151 | principal vice. Now the end of lust is ~venereal pleasure, which 167 2, 151 | Therefore it is evident that lust is a capital vice.~Aquin.: 168 2, 151 | denote the uncleanness of lust, we must reply that it is ~ 169 2, 151 | provides the bodily ~matter of lust - and not under the aspect 170 2, 151 | the latter is a cause of lust, as removing an obstacle 171 2, 151 | Whether the daughters of lust are fittingly described?~ 172 2, 151 | seem that the daughters of lust are unfittingly reckoned ~ 173 2, 151 | especially as daughters of lust.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[153] A[ 174 2, 151 | ad 6; Q[137], A[3]). But lust is contrary, not to ~fortitude 175 2, 151 | inconstancy is not a daughter of ~lust.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[153] A[ 176 2, 151 | accounted a daughter of lust.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[153] A[ 177 2, 151 | the effect of the vice of lust is that the lower ~appetite, 178 2, 151 | grievously disordered by lust.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[153] A[ 179 2, 151 | this act is ~hindered by lust, according to Dan. 13:56, " 180 2, 151 | hath deceived thee, ~and lust hath perverted thy heart." 181 2, 151 | by the concupiscence of lust. Hence ~Terence says (Eunuch., 182 2, 151 | this again is hindered by lust. ~For it is said of the 183 2, 151 | this also is impeded by lust, in ~so far as through being 184 2, 151 | prudence arise chiefly from lust, which is the principal 185 2, 151 | reckoned a daughter of lust. Nevertheless even the first 186 2, 151 | inconstancy arises from lust, inasmuch as the latter 187 2, 151 | is reckoned a daughter of lust.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[153] A[ 188 2, 151 | of the cause: for, since lust causes thoughtlessness and 189 2, 151 | causing ~blindness of mind, lust perverts a man's sentiments, 190 2, 152 | Para. 1/1 - OF THE PARTS OF LUST (TWELVE ARTICLES)~We must 191 2, 152 | now consider the parts of lust, under which head there 192 2, 152 | 1) Into what parts is lust divided?~(2) Whether simple 193 2, 152 | are fittingly assigned to lust?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[154] A[ 194 2, 152 | unfittingly assigned to lust, ~namely, "simple fornication, 195 2, 152 | seems that the species ~of lust are diversified in this 196 2, 152 | be reckoned a species of lust.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[154] A[ 197 2, 152 | be reckoned a species of lust, even as adultery is.~Aquin.: 198 2, 152 | sin is ~comprised under lust. Therefore it should be 199 2, 152 | should be reckoned species of lust, as ~well as fornication.~ 200 2, 152 | reckoned among its parts. ~But lust is reckoned together with 201 2, 152 | uncleanness, immodesty, lust [Douay: 'luxury']." Therefore 202 2, 152 | unfittingly reckoned a species of lust.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[154] A[ 203 2, 152 | 153], A[3]), the sin of lust consists ~in seeking venereal 204 2, 152 | follows that the species of lust must be ~assigned with respect 205 2, 152 | adultery is comprised under lust and injustice. Nor is this 206 2, 152 | altogether accidental to lust: since the lust that obeys ~ 207 2, 152 | accidental to lust: since the lust that obeys ~concupiscence 208 2, 152 | reduced to other species of ~lust.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[154] A[ 209 2, 152 | uncleanness" stands for ~lust against nature, while "lasciviousness" 210 2, 152 | a gloss on this passage "lust" there signifies ~any kind 211 2, 152 | the sins comprised under ~lust, for the marriage act that 212 2, 152 | pleasure is most fierce in lust." Therefore it seems that 213 2, 152 | subjected to the devil by carnal lust more ~than by anything else," 214 2, 152 | fornication and every kind of lust, through being more ~opposed 215 2, 152 | shall look on a woman to lust ~after her hath already 216 2, 152 | more so the other kinds of lust, it follows that in ~such 217 2, 152 | offspring, they proceed from lust, which is ~the source of 218 2, 152 | be reckoned a species of lust?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[154] A[ 219 2, 152 | be reckoned a species of ~lust. For seduction denotes the 220 2, 152 | be reckoned a ~species of lust, distinct from fornication.~ 221 2, 152 | adultery is a species of lust, it seems that ~seduction 222 2, 152 | be reckoned a species of lust.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[154] A[ 223 2, 152 | injustice rather than to lust. Now the seducer does an 224 2, 152 | be reckoned a species of lust.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[154] A[ 225 2, 152 | violated. Therefore, since lust is properly about venereal ~ 226 2, 152 | seduction is a species of lust.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[154] A[ 227 2, 152 | species of that vice. Now lust is a ~sin concerned with 228 2, 152 | determinate ~species of lust.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[154] A[ 229 2, 152 | general way to any sin of lust. Wherefore seduction, in ~ 230 2, 152 | another sin. Now the sin of lust obtains a ~greater deformity 231 2, 152 | Whether rape is a species of lust, distinct from seduction?~ 232 2, 152 | rape is not a species of lust, distinct from ~seduction. 233 2, 152 | be reckoned a species ~of lust distinct from seduction.~ 234 2, 152 | of force is accidental to lust, for this essentially regards 235 2, 152 | a determinate species of lust.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[154] A[ 236 2, 152 | OBJ 3: Further, the sin of lust is curbed by marriage: for 237 2, 152 | a determinate species of lust ~distinct from seduction.~ 238 2, 152 | without committing a sin of lust. Yet he may commit rape 239 2, 152 | a determinate species of lust. ~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[154] 240 2, 152 | this pertains to the sin of lust. Therefore rape is a ~species 241 2, 152 | Therefore rape is a ~species of lust.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[154] A[ 242 2, 152 | it now, is a ~species of lust: and sometimes it coincides 243 2, 152 | is determinate species of lust, distinct from the other ~ 244 2, 152 | a determinate species of lust, ~distinct from the other 245 2, 152 | adultery is not a species ~of lust distinct from the others.~ 246 2, 152 | woman. Now every kind of lust ~includes a too ardent love. 247 2, 152 | adultery is in every kind of lust: ~and consequently it should 248 2, 152 | be reckoned a species of lust.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[154] A[ 249 2, 152 | a determinate species of lust, distinct from the others.~ 250 2, 152 | the impulse of one's own lust, or with ~the consent of 251 2, 152 | a special deformity of ~lust. Therefore adultery is a 252 2, 152 | a determinate species of lust.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[154] A[ 253 2, 152 | a determinate species of lust, ~through having a special 254 2, 152 | 1]) that the species of lust ~correspond to the various 255 2, 152 | a determinate species of lust?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[154] A[ 256 2, 152 | a determinate species of lust. ~For incest [*'Incestus' 257 2, 152 | chastity. But all kinds of lust are ~opposed to chastity. 258 2, 152 | incest is not a species of ~lust, but is lust itself in general.~ 259 2, 152 | species of ~lust, but is lust itself in general.~Aquin.: 260 2, 152 | but several species ~of lust.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[154] A[ 261 2, 152 | a determinate species of lust.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[154] A[ 262 2, 152 | contrary, The species of lust are distinguished according 263 2, 152 | a determinate species of lust.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[154] A[ 264 2, 152 | a determinate species of lust. Now sexual intercourse 265 2, 152 | minds would be enervated by lust. Hence in the Old Law [* 266 2, 152 | very great incentive to lust: and ~this is contrary to 267 2, 152 | determinate species of lust.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[154] A[ 268 2, 152 | sacrilege can be a species of lust?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[154] A[ 269 2, 152 | sacrilege cannot be a species of lust. For the ~same species is 270 2, 152 | be reckoned a ~species of lust.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[154] A[ 271 2, 152 | are reckoned ~species of lust. Therefore it would seem 272 2, 152 | seem not to be a species of lust.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[154] A[ 273 2, 152 | kinds of vice, as well as by lust. But sacrilege is not ~reckoned 274 2, 152 | be reckoned a species of lust.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[154] A[ 275 2, 152 | wicked is it through venereal lust to transgress the bounds 276 2, 152 | venereal desire pertains to lust. Therefore sacrilege is 277 2, 152 | sacrilege is a species of ~lust.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[154] A[ 278 2, 152 | Wherefore it is manifest that lust also, by ~violating something 279 2, 152 | accounted a ~species of lust.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[154] A[ 280 2, 152 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Lust, by being directed to another 281 2, 152 | vice: and so a species of lust may be also a species of 282 2, 152 | sins which are ~species of lust by their very nature: whereas 283 2, 152 | sacrilege is a species of ~lust in so far as it is directed 284 2, 152 | with the various species of lust. For unlawful intercourse ~ 285 2, 152 | and thus it is a kind of lust, or it is desired for ~possession, 286 2, 152 | ascribed more ~specially to lust which is opposed to chastity 287 2, 152 | unnatural vice is a species of lust?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[154] A[ 288 2, 152 | vice is not a species of lust. ~For no mention of the 289 2, 152 | Therefore it is not a species of lust.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[154] A[ 290 2, 152 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, lust is contrary to virtue; and 291 2, 152 | vice is not a species of lust.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[154] A[ 292 2, 152 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, lust regards acts directed to 293 2, 152 | vice is not ~a species of lust.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[154] A[ 294 2, 152 | with the other species of lust ~(2 Cor. 12:21) where we 295 2, 152 | Lasciviousness, i.e., unnatural lust."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[154] 296 2, 152 | a determinate species of lust. This may occur in two ways: 297 2, 152 | enumerated the species of lust that are not ~contrary to 298 2, 152 | sin among the species of lust?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[154] A[ 299 2, 152 | sin ~among the species of lust. For the more a sin is contrary 300 2, 152 | greatest among the species of lust.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[154] A[ 301 2, 152 | most grievous among sins of lust.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[154] A[ 302 2, 152 | namely the sins belonging to lust, "that ~which is against 303 2, 152 | to the other species of lust they imply a transgression ~ 304 2, 152 | grave among the species of lust. Then, it is ~a greater 305 2, 152 | polluted by the perversity of lust."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[154] 306 2, 160 | on the other hand, carnal lust is apparent to all, because ~ 307 2, 163 | he was possessed of the lust of deceit, he could only 308 2, 163 | shalt deceive by earthly lust,' ~namely sinners who are 309 2, 165 | taste is not curiosity but lust or ~gluttony. Therefore 310 2, 165 | a woman is directed to ~lust: even so the busy inquiry 311 2, 165 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Lust and gluttony are about pleasures 312 2, 165 | annoyance, but out of the lust of experiment and knowledge."~ 313 2, 165 | man prone to ~the vices of lust and cruelty on account of 314 2, 167 | apparel may incite men to ~lust, according to Prov. 7:10, " 315 2, 167 | intention of provoking others to lust, they sin mortally; whereas 316 2, 167 | they have lent their art to lust, by abusing its needs, ~ 317 2, 168 | to any other species of lust. Neither, therefore, should 318 2, 168 | adultery, which is a species of lust that is opposed to temperance. 319 2, 168 | is any other species of lust, for a ~father is not so 320 2, 175 | men's minds be enticed to lust, ~for it is written (Ecclus. 321 2, 183 | drunkards," which proceeds from lust, "the lord of that ~servant 322 2, 187 | from sins of gluttony and ~lust and all other manner of 323 3, 15 | is proper to the flesh to lust after ~its pleasures. Now 324 3, 15 | sin, ~for this implies the lust after pleasurable things 325 3, 27 | et Concup. i.), it is ~lust that transmits original 326 3, 27 | sin to the offspring. Now lust implies ~inordinate concupiscence, 327 3, 31 | tainted ~with the impurity of lust in the conception of other 328 3, 31 | through being ~conceived in lust, just as the entire flesh 329 3, 31 | man is conceived through ~lust, so also is it entirely 330 3, 41 | of ~desires" - namely, "lust of the flesh, hope of glory, 331 3, 65 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, lust is not more grievous than 332 3, 65 | instituted as a remedy for lust.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[65] A[ 333 3, 80 | debt of marriage not from lust, ~but from desire to have 334 3, 80 | begetting offspring, but ~lust that prevails," then such 335 Suppl, 12| which are twofold: viz. the lust of sin through the habit 336 Suppl, 14| as ~when a mall curbs his lust and perseveres in covetousness. 337 Suppl, 15| delectation, as gluttony and lust. and, another which is completed 338 Suppl, 41| meritorious. But if the motive be lust, yet not excluding the marriage ~ 339 Suppl, 41| then it will be ~an act of lust.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[41] A[ 340 Suppl, 49| through the instigation of lust, it would seem that it is ~ 341 Suppl, 54| very great incentive to ~lust. Yet the Old Law permitted 342 Suppl, 62| John Chrysostom] says that "lust is a passion proper to ~ 343 Suppl, 65| the greatest incentive to lust. Therefore since lustful ~ 344 Suppl, 65| neither is every movement of lust, because the first movements 345 Suppl, 65| because the first movements of lust ~and the like are venial 346 Suppl, 65| Nevertheless some acts of lust are mortal sins, while some 347 Suppl, 76| of a dog ~on account of lust, into the body of a lion 348 Suppl, 78| another, since ~there will no lust to invite them to shameful 349 Suppl, 93| have been dishonored by lust: hence virginity ~would 350 Suppl, 93| one who performs an act of lust sins more than one ~who


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