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delighted 11
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315 delight
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 5 | proportion; for the senses ~delight in things duly proportioned, 2 1, 18 | work in ~which a man takes delight, so that his bent is towards 3 1, 20 | special condition, as joy and delight regard ~good present and 4 1, 20 | therefore, and joy and ~delight are passions; in so far 5 1, 26 | happiness, which consists in delight, riches, ~power, dignity, 6 1, 26 | all things else for His delight; instead of ~riches He has 7 1, 48 | good of ~reason, but the delight of sense without the order 8 1, 63 | particular, choosing this delight of an inordinate act as ~ 9 1, 63 | envy. Because whosoever can delight in any kind of ~sin, can 10 1, 63 | sin itself. But the demons delight even in the ~obscenities 11 1, 63 | OBJ 1: The demons do not delight in the obscenities of the 12 1, 49 | good of ~reason, but the delight of sense without the order 13 1, 64 | particular, choosing this delight of an inordinate act as ~ 14 1, 64 | envy. Because whosoever can delight in any kind of ~sin, can 15 1, 64 | sin itself. But the demons delight even in the ~obscenities 16 1, 64 | OBJ 1: The demons do not delight in the obscenities of the 17 1, 90 | the other ~animals take delight in the objects of the senses 18 1, 97 | account of the vehement delight which he ~takes therein; 19 1, 97 | regulated by reason, not because delight of sense was less, as some ~ 20 1, 97 | rather indeed would sensible delight have been the greater in ~ 21 2, 2 | principally in pleasure and delight.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[2] A[6] 22 2, 2 | and a sign of this is that delight so far absorbs man's will ~ 23 2, 2 | is best. But all desire delight; both wise and foolish, 24 2, 2 | irrational creatures. Therefore delight is the best of all. Therefore ~ 25 2, 2 | therefore consider that every delight is a proper accident resulting ~ 26 2, 2 | evident that neither is delight, which results from the ~ 27 2, 2 | and ~which causes bodily delight through being apprehended 28 2, 2 | desire good, or desire ~delight, which is nothing else than 29 2, 2 | desired for itself, ~so delight is desired for itself and 30 2, 2 | rather the motive cause, thus delight is desirable for something 31 2, 2 | which is the object of that delight, and consequently ~is its 32 2, 2 | form: for the reason that delight is ~desired is that it is 33 2, 2 | vehemence of desire for sensible delight arises from ~the fact that 34 2, 2 | Reply OBJ 3: All desire delight in the same way as they 35 2, 2 | good: and ~yet they desire delight by reason of the good and 36 2, 2 | it does not follow that delight is the ~supreme and essential 37 2, 2 | essential good, but that every delight results from some ~good, 38 2, 2 | some ~good, and that some delight results from that which 39 2, 3 | proper accident, i.e. the delight connected with it. I say, ~ 40 2, 3 | movement towards the end: while delight comes to the will ~from 41 2, 3 | the ~intellect: but the delight that results from happiness 42 2, 3 | attainment of the end, viz. ~delight or enjoyment.~Aquin.: SMT 43 2, 4 | of inquiry:~(1) Whether delight is required for happiness?~( 44 2, 4 | greater account in happiness, delight or vision?~(3) Whether comprehension 45 2, 4 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether delight is required for happiness?~ 46 2, 4 | OBJ 1: It would seem that delight is not required for happiness. 47 2, 4 | 3], A[8]); it seems that delight is not ~necessary for happiness.~ 48 2, 4 | unhindered" (Ethic. vii, 13). But delight hinders the operation of 49 2, 4 | Ethic. vi, 5). ~Therefore delight is not necessary for happiness.~ 50 2, 4 | for fire. And in this way ~delight is necessary for happiness. 51 2, 4 | be without ~concomitant delight.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[4] A[1] 52 2, 4 | rest, and in this consists delight. ~Consequently, delight 53 2, 4 | delight. ~Consequently, delight is included in the very 54 2, 4 | very sight of God causes delight. Consequently, he who ~sees 55 2, 4 | who ~sees God cannot need delight.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[4] A[1] 56 2, 4 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Delight that is attendant upon the 57 2, 4 | 4: since what we do with delight, we do with greater care 58 2, 4 | perseverance. On the other hand, delight which is extraneous to the ~ 59 2, 4 | attentive to those things that ~delight us; and when we are very 60 2, 4 | opposition; thus a ~sensual delight that is contrary to reason, 61 2, 4 | happiness vision ranks before delight?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[4] A[2] 62 2, 4 | seem that in happiness, delight ranks before vision. For ~" 63 2, 4 | ranks before vision. For ~"delight is the perfection of operation" ( 64 2, 4 | thing perfected. Therefore delight ranks before the ~operation 65 2, 4 | desired on account of the delight they ~afford: hence, too, 66 2, 4 | too, nature has adjusted delight to those operations which ~ 67 2, 4 | Therefore, in happiness, ~delight ranks before the operation 68 2, 4 | corresponds to faith; while delight or enjoyment ~corresponds 69 2, 4 | 1 Cor. 13:13). Therefore delight or enjoyment ranks before 70 2, 4 | vision is the ~cause of delight. Therefore vision ranks 71 2, 4 | Therefore vision ranks before delight.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[4] A[2] 72 2, 4 | must needs rank before ~delight. For delight consists in 73 2, 4 | rank before ~delight. For delight consists in a certain repose 74 2, 4 | Philosopher says (Ethic. x, 4) "delight perfects ~operation as vigor 75 2, 4 | of youth. ~Consequently delight is a perfection attendant 76 2, 4 | are sought for the sake of delight. But the intellect ~apprehends 77 2, 4 | attainment of which results in ~delight: wherefore its purpose is 78 2, 4 | to good rather than to ~delight. Hence it is that the Divine 79 2, 4 | beloved good for the sake of ~delight: it is for charity a consequence 80 2, 4 | gained which it loves. Thus delight does not answer to charity 81 2, 4 | to vision, and good to ~delight. Therefore there is no need 82 2, 4 | the relation ~of hope; but delight in the end now present results 83 2, 4 | presence of the end; and delight or ~enjoyment, which implies 84 2, 4 | too, comprehension and delight belong to the will, since ~ 85 2, 4 | food and drink signify the ~delight of Happiness; wealth, the 86 2, 4 | says that "there is no delight ~in possessing any good 87 2, 4 | share it with us." ~But delight is necessary for Happiness. 88 2, 4 | suffices himself; nor to delight in them, ~since he possesses 89 2, 4 | since he possesses perfect delight in the operation of virtue; 90 2, 4 | good to them; that ~he may delight in seeing them do good; 91 2, 6 | says (Ethic. vi, 5) ~that "delight," or the lust of pleasure, " 92 2, 9 | what is good, but deeds delight us not." But it ~would not 93 2, 11 | enjoyment implies a certain delight. But sensible ~delight belongs 94 2, 11 | certain delight. But sensible ~delight belongs to sense, which 95 2, 11 | same ~reason, intellectual delight belongs to the intellect. 96 2, 11 | relation to love, or to the delight which one has in realizing 97 2, 11 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: In delight there are two things: perception 98 2, 11 | appetitive ~power, in which power delight is formally completed.~Aquin.: 99 2, 11 | since the latter cannot delight in anything. Therefore ~ 100 2, 11 | a certain sweetness and delight. Now a thing is last either ~ 101 2, 11 | the consummation of his delight. Accordingly these ~fruits 102 2, 15 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Delight in his act, rather than 103 2, 15 | man, and for sake of this delight he consents to that ~act.~ 104 2, 15 | the higher reason. For "delight follows action, and perfects 105 2, 15 | Ethic. x, 4). But consent to delight ~belongs to the lower reason, 106 2, 15 | Reply OBJ 1: Consent to delight in the work done belongs 107 2, 15 | the work; but consent to delight in ~thought belongs to the 108 2, 15 | and in ~like manner on the delight that results. But in so 109 2, 16 | vi, 10) that "this love, delight, felicity, or ~happiness, 110 2, 23 | belongs to the passion ~of "delight" or "joy"; the contrary 111 2, 30 | concupiscence were infinite, no delight would ever ensue.~Aquin.: 112 2, 31 | 31] Out. Para. 1/2 - OF DELIGHT CONSIDERED IN ITSELF [*Or, 113 2, 31 | ARTICLES)~We must now consider delight and sadness. Concerning 114 2, 31 | and sadness. Concerning delight four things ~must be considered: ( 115 2, 31 | must be considered: (1) Delight in itself; (2) The causes 116 2, 31 | itself; (2) The causes of delight; (3) ~Its effects; (4) Its 117 2, 31 | of inquiry:~(1) Whether delight is a passion?~(2) Whether 118 2, 31 | is a passion?~(2) Whether delight is subject to time?~(3) 119 2, 31 | appetite compared with the delight of ~the lower;~(6) Of sensible 120 2, 31 | another;~(7) Whether any delight is non-natural?~(8) Whether 121 2, 31 | non-natural?~(8) Whether one delight can be contrary to another?~ 122 2, 31 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether delight is a passion?~Aquin.: SMT 123 2, 31 | OBJ 1: It would seem that delight is not a passion. For Damascene ( 124 2, 31 | contrary to nature." But delight is an operation, according 125 2, 31 | vii, 12; x, 5). Therefore delight is not a ~passion.~Aquin.: 126 2, 31 | stated in Phys. iii, ~3. But delight does not consist in being 127 2, 31 | already gained. Therefore delight is not a ~passion.~Aquin.: 128 2, 31 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, delight is a kind of a perfection 129 2, 31 | De Anima ii, 5. Therefore delight is not a ~passion.~Aquin.: 130 2, 31 | 2; xiv, 5 seqq) reckons ~delight, joy, or gladness among 131 2, 31 | this must needs be said of delight, since, according to the ~ 132 2, 31 | Philosopher (Rhet. i, 11) "delight is a certain movement of 133 2, 31 | which movement is called delight. Accordingly by saying that ~ 134 2, 31 | Accordingly by saying that ~delight is "a movement of the soul," 135 2, 31 | we assign the cause of delight, viz. ~the presence of a 136 2, 31 | movement, as it were: for delight is ~not a "becoming" as 137 2, 31 | things wherein there is no delight. It is therefore evident 138 2, 31 | therefore evident that, since ~delight is a movement of the animal 139 2, 31 | and unhindered operation, delight ~follows, which consists 140 2, 31 | Accordingly when we say that delight is an operation, we designate, 141 2, 31 | so afterwards ~does it delight in that which is possesses. 142 2, 31 | is possesses. For though delight is a ~certain repose of 143 2, 31 | object, by reason of which ~delight is a kind of movement.~Aquin.: 144 2, 31 | 4): and in this ~sense delight is called a passion.~~Aquin.: 145 2, 31 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether delight is in time?~Aquin.: SMT 146 2, 31 | OBJ 1: It would seem that delight is in time. For "delight 147 2, 31 | delight is in time. For "delight is a kind of ~movement," 148 2, 31 | movement is in ~time. Therefore delight is in time.~Aquin.: SMT 149 2, 31 | soul are in time. Therefore delight is too.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 150 2, 31 | Accordingly, we must say that delight, of itself indeed, is not 151 2, 31 | be subject to change, the delight ~therein will be in time 152 2, 31 | altogether ~unchangeable, the delight therein will not be in time, 153 2, 31 | such like, ~also to have delight. This movement is not successive, 154 2, 31 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Delight is said to be long lasting 155 2, 31 | object a good obtained, ~as delight has. Wherefore there is 156 2, 31 | imperfect ~in them than in delight. And consequently it belongs 157 2, 31 | consequently it belongs more to delight not ~to be in time. ~(tm) 158 2, 31 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether delight differs from joy?~Aquin.: 159 2, 31 | OBJ 1: It would seem that delight is altogether the same as 160 2, 31 | according to their objects. But delight ~and joy have the same object, 161 2, 31 | altogether the same as delight.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[31] A[ 162 2, 31 | desire, ends in joy and delight. Therefore delight ~and 163 2, 31 | joy and delight. Therefore delight ~and joy are altogether 164 2, 31 | Further, if joy differs from delight, it seems that there is ~ 165 2, 31 | and cheerfulness ~from delight, so that they would all 166 2, 31 | joy does not differ from delight.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[31] A[ 167 2, 31 | whereas ~we do speak of delight in them. Therefore joy is 168 2, 31 | Therefore joy is not the same as delight.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[31] A[ 169 2, 31 | Anima iv), is a kind of ~delight. For we must observe that, 170 2, 31 | to the same. For we take ~delight both in those things which 171 2, 31 | speak of joy except when delight follows reason; and so we 172 2, 31 | irrational animals, but only delight.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[31] A[ 173 2, 31 | of reasoned ~desire and delight, but not vice versa. Consequently 174 2, 31 | whatever can be the ~object of delight, can also be the object 175 2, 31 | sometimes one feels ~a certain delight in the body, without rejoicing 176 2, 31 | reason. And accordingly delight extends to more things than 177 2, 31 | concupiscences also: ~so that delight corresponds to concupiscence, 178 2, 31 | other names pertaining to delight are derived from ~the effects 179 2, 31 | derived from ~the effects of delight; for "laetitia" [gladness] 180 2, 31 | exterior signs of inward delight, which appear outwardly ~ 181 2, 31 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether delight is in the intellectual appetite?~ 182 2, 31 | OBJ 1: It would seem that delight is not in the intellectual 183 2, 31 | says (Rhet. i, 11) that "delight is a sensible ~movement." 184 2, 31 | intellectual power. ~Therefore delight is not in the intellectual 185 2, 31 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, delight is a passion. But every 186 2, 31 | sensitive appetite. Therefore delight is only in the sensitive 187 2, 31 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, delight is common to us and to the 188 2, 31 | is written (Ps. 36:4): "Delight in the Lord." But ~the sensitive 189 2, 31 | appetite can. Therefore delight can be in the intellectual 190 2, 31 | above (A[3]), a certain delight arises from the ~apprehension 191 2, 31 | appetite or will there is that ~delight which is called joy, but 192 2, 31 | called joy, but not bodily delight.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[31] A[ 193 2, 31 | there is this difference of delight in either power, that ~delight 194 2, 31 | delight in either power, that ~delight of the sensitive appetite 195 2, 31 | transmutation, whereas delight of the intellectual appetite 196 2, 31 | says (Ethic. x, 4) that "delight is attendant upon every 197 2, 31 | say ~that he is defining delight of the sensitive appetite.~ 198 2, 31 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Delight has the character of passion, 199 2, 31 | susceptible to our passible ~delight, but rejoice together with 200 2, 31 | Reply OBJ 3: In us there is delight, not only in common with 201 2, 31 | delights." ~Accordingly we have delight, not only in the sensitive 202 2, 31 | pleasures, ~according as we delight in the very actions, for 203 2, 31 | For man takes much more delight in ~knowing something, by 204 2, 31 | for ~dogs do not take delight in the smell of hares, but 205 2, 31 | love it and to seek its ~delight.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[31] A[ 206 2, 32 | the whole object of its delight at ~once - to such a one 207 2, 32 | one change will afford no delight. And the more any ~pleasures 208 2, 33 | Divine knowledge affords us ~delight, and delight sets up a thirst 209 2, 33 | affords us ~delight, and delight sets up a thirst or desire 210 2, 33 | they afford the greatest delight: except, perchance, ~accidentally, 211 2, 33 | know ~God perfectly, and delight in Him, it is written (1 212 2, 34 | is written (Ps. 36:4): "Delight in the Lord." Since, ~therefore, 213 2, 48 | unexpectedly, causes greater ~delight. And in proportion to the 214 2, 67 | steadfastly; and temperance will delight in Him Who knows no ~imperfection." 215 2, 70 | When the will is said to delight in a thing for its own ~ 216 2, 70 | and in this way, a man may delight ~in anything that is delightful 217 2, 70 | we must say that man must delight in God for ~His own sake, 218 2, 70 | with a holy ~and genuine delight."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[70] A[ 219 2, 70 | things is ~something to delight in. And as to faith, if 220 2, 74 | in which a ~person takes delight. Now it happens that an 221 2, 74 | which it belongs to ~take delight in anything, is brought 222 2, 74 | while at other times the delight ~consequent to an action, 223 2, 74 | thinking of fornication, ~may delight in either of two things: 224 2, 87 | Reply OBJ 3: God does not delight in punishments for their 225 2, 87 | their own sake; but ~He does delight in the order of His justice, 226 2, 92 | to do so ~likewise, with delight and of one's own accord. 227 2, 18 | subject to Him, takes no ~delight in things other than God. 228 2, 29 | passion that ~a man has in the delight of riches. It belongs to 229 2, 30 | i.e. with readiness and delight, and ~such an act of virtue 230 2, 30 | i.e. for God's sake, with delight and readiness, and ~altogether 231 2, 50 | denote a ~certain spiritual delight resulting from perfect acts 232 2, 51 | and draws it to sensible delight. Now the perfection of ~ 233 2, 56 | pain." Now pleasure or delight, and pain are passions, 234 2, 80 | languish within me." ~Therefore delight or joy is not the effect 235 2, 89 | the church, that so by the delight of the ears ~the faint-hearted 236 2, 94 | various things in which they delight, not as animals by meat, 237 2, 115 | But the concupiscence and delight in money is not referable 238 2, 121 | delights in his act. For "delight is ~the unhindered action 239 2, 121 | mind with a holy and pure delight." ~Now the brave man performs 240 2, 121 | of death. Therefore the delight in the ~good of virtue banishes 241 2, 121 | brave ~man seems to have no delight in his act."~Aquin.: SMT 242 2, 121 | something ~that affords him delight, namely as regards spiritual 243 2, 121 | insensible to the spiritual ~delight of virtue, without the copious 244 2, 121 | by bodily pain. And the delight of virtue overcomes spiritual ~ 245 2, 121 | necessary for a brave man to ~delight so as to perceive his delight, 246 2, 121 | delight so as to perceive his delight, but it suffices for him 247 2, 121 | the brave man from feeling delight in its proper operation.~ 248 2, 121 | sorrow is overcome by the ~delight of virtue. Yet since bodily 249 2, 134 | those who take a deliberate ~delight in their crimes are said 250 2, 137 | upon the beatitudes, since ~delight is essential to beatitude, 251 2, 139 | delicacy seems to regard the delight taken in savors which are 252 2, 140 | for instance, if a man delight ~in eating human flesh, 253 2, 147 | allures the mind by its delight, ~according to Ps. 22:5, " 254 2, 149 | called. For if the human mind delight in the ~spiritual union 255 2, 155 | in punishing." Those ~who delight in a man's punishment for 256 2, 159 | the eleventh is "not to delight in ~fulfilling one's own 257 2, 160 | degree of humility is "not to delight in fulfilling one's own ~ 258 2, 165 | wherein man takes a natural delight, as the Philosopher ~states ( 259 2, 166 | sought than the ~soul's delight, are called playful or humorous. 260 2, 173 | of God cannot be without delight, he says that he ~was not 261 2, 173 | reason of the consequent delight.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[175] A[ 262 2, 178 | contemplative life terminates in ~delight, which is seated in the 263 2, 178 | Para. 1/1~Whether there is delight in contemplation?~Aquin.: 264 2, 178 | would seem that there is no delight in contemplation. For ~delight 265 2, 178 | delight in contemplation. For ~delight belongs to the appetitive 266 2, 178 | would seem that there is no ~delight in contemplation.~Aquin.: 267 2, 178 | struggle is a hindrance to delight. Now ~there is strife and 268 2, 178 | Therefore there is no delight in contemplation.~Aquin.: 269 2, 178 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, delight is the result of a perfect 270 2, 178 | Therefore seemingly there is no delight in the contemplative life.~ 271 2, 178 | the body is an obstacle to delight. Now ~contemplation causes 272 2, 178 | Therefore seemingly ~there is no delight in contemplation.~Aquin.: 273 2, 178 | answer that, There may be delight in any particular contemplation 274 2, 178 | that consequently they ~delight in the knowledge of truth. 275 2, 178 | it follows that there is delight in the ~contemplative life, 276 2, 178 | 2/2~In both respects the delight thereof surpasses all human 277 2, 178 | thereof surpasses all human delight, both ~because spiritual 278 2, 178 | both ~because spiritual delight is greater than carnal pleasure, 279 2, 178 | object loved, and the very delight in the ~object seen arouses 280 2, 178 | external thing, hinders delight in that thing. For a man 281 2, 178 | and in like manner the ~delight of the wayfarer's contemplation 282 2, 178 | imperfect as compared with the ~delight of contemplation in heaven, 283 2, 178 | knowledge that they give us more delight than any of ~those things 284 2, 180 | life, that I may see the delight of the Lord." Sixthly, because 285 2, 186 | monasteries; while others delight in the ~service of the guesthouse," 286 3, 15 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the delight of the contemplation of 287 3, 15 | for the same reason the delight of contemplation was ~so 288 3, 15 | desire, ~will - for joy, delight - for fear, caution. But 289 3, 39 | fear, wherewith the saints delight in bewailing ~sins.~Aquin.: 290 3, 46 | of grief, but rather of delight and joy, to ~the soul of 291 3, 46 | only checks the contrary delight, but every delight; and ~ 292 3, 46 | contrary delight, but every delight; and ~conversely. But the 293 3, 57 | the gloss says: "I shall ~delight in sitting nigh to Thee, 294 3, 79 | increase, restoring, and giving delight. Accordingly, Ambrose says ( 295 3, 79 | eating, which has actual ~delight.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[79] A[ 296 Suppl, 3 | operation is increased by the delight which it causes, ~as stated 297 Suppl, 15| works, for God does not delight in our sufferings, as appears 298 Suppl, 15| OBJ 1: Though God does not delight in our punishments as such, 299 Suppl, 70| separated soul, even as delight will be ~there without bodily 300 Suppl, 70| God's joy is one simple delight."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[70] A[ 301 Suppl, 82| for thus it rather gives delight, but it disturbs it ~in 302 Suppl, 90| operation, the greater the ~delight [*Cf. FS, Q[32], A[1]], 303 Suppl, 92| fruition; others, vision, delight, and comprehension. ~However, 304 Suppl, 92| its perfection which is delight: since ~beatitude must needs 305 Suppl, 92| being delightful, even as we delight in ~knowing evil things, 306 Suppl, 92| the evil things themselves delight us not. ~And since this 307 Suppl, 92| hope, and fruition (or delight according to another reckoning 308 Suppl, 92| had in heaven includes ~delight and comprehension, for which 309 Suppl, 92| vision to the rational, delight to the concupiscible, and ~ 310 Suppl, 93| Further, fruit implies delight, and delight regards especially ~ 311 Suppl, 93| fruit implies delight, and delight regards especially ~the 312 Suppl, 93| which fruition ~applies to delight in the end; but in another 313 Suppl, 94| descriptions of the soul's delight after death that seem to 314 Suppl, 95| to think of Him ~without delight, so that the damned will 315 Appen1, 2| powers obey the higher ~which delight together in God's law. 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