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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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touch

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1 1, 8 | it acts ~immediately and touch it by its power; hence it 2 1, 18 | have only the sense of touch, as shellfish, move only 3 1, 18 | not only connection and touch, but also objects apart 4 1, 61 | they are by ~their power in touch with bodies.~Aquin.: SMT 5 1, 70 | senses depend on the sense of touch, which perceives elemental 6 1, 76 | are based on the sense of touch. But the organ ~of touch 7 1, 76 | touch. But the organ ~of touch requires to be a medium 8 1, 76 | like, of which the sense of touch has the ~perception; thus 9 1, 76 | Therefore the more the organ of touch is reduced ~to an equable 10 1, 76 | more sensitive will be the touch. But the ~intellectual soul 11 1, 76 | man has the best sense of touch. And among men, those who 12 1, 76 | have the best ~sense of touch have the best intelligence. 13 1, 62 | they are by ~their power in touch with bodies.~Aquin.: SMT 14 1, 71 | senses depend on the sense of touch, which perceives elemental 15 1, 75 | are based on the sense of touch. But the organ ~of touch 16 1, 75 | touch. But the organ ~of touch requires to be a medium 17 1, 75 | like, of which the sense of touch has the ~perception; thus 18 1, 75 | Therefore the more the organ of touch is reduced ~to an equable 19 1, 75 | more sensitive will be the touch. But the ~intellectual soul 20 1, 75 | man has the best sense of touch. And among men, those who 21 1, 75 | have the best ~sense of touch have the best intelligence. 22 1, 77 | black. But the sense of touch grasps several contraries; 23 1, 77 | But taste is ~a kind of touch. Therefore it should not 24 1, 77 | as a distinct sense ~of touch.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[78] A[ 25 1, 77 | immutation takes place in "touch" and "taste"; for ~the hand 26 1, 77 | proves (Phys. viii, 7). Touch ~and taste are the most 27 1, 77 | Anima ii, 11), the ~sense of touch is generically one, but 28 1, 77 | the bitter, accompanies ~touch in the tongue, but not in 29 1, 77 | easily ~distinguished from touch. We might also say that 30 1, 77 | common and formal object of touch. Such common genus is, however, ~ 31 1, 77 | Anima ii, 9), is a kind of touch existing in the tongue ~ 32 1, 77 | It is not distinct from touch in general, but only from 33 1, 77 | only from the species ~of touch distributed in the body. 34 1, 77 | distributed in the body. But if touch is one sense only, on ~account 35 1, 77 | taste is ~distinguished from touch by reason of a different 36 1, 77 | formality of ~immutation. For touch involves a natural, and 37 1, 77 | moisture, the object of touch.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[78] A[ 38 1, 83 | is not possible twice to touch a drop of water in a ~passing 39 1, 83 | sensible. Augustine seems to touch on this opinion (Gen. ~ad 40 1, 90 | of man, for the sense of touch, ~which is the foundation 41 1, 90 | possible in the organ of ~touch, since it is composed of 42 1, 90 | the case with regard to touch; for the ~medium is in potentiality 43 1, 90 | Reply OBJ 1: The sense of touch, which is the foundation 44 1, 104 | contact, when two ~bodies touch each other; and virtual 45 1, 104 | cause of sadness is ~said to touch the one made sad. According 46 2, 2 | summit of man does indeed touch the base of the angelic ~ 47 2, 7 | act, and yet in some way touch ~the human act, are called 48 2, 7 | the same subject, so as to touch one another, as ~it were. 49 2, 15 | move the appetite: thus to touch a stone is an ~action suitable 50 2, 15 | apply the stick so that it touch the ~stone, belongs to one 51 2, 31 | Whether the pleasures of touch are greater than the pleasures 52 2, 31 | seem that the pleasures of touch are not greater than ~the 53 2, 31 | which are afforded by the touch.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[31] A[ 54 2, 31 | pleasure is afforded ~by the touch. For the usefulness of sensible 55 2, 31 | the sensible ~objects of touch bear the closest relation 56 2, 31 | this usefulness: for the ~touch takes cognizance of those 57 2, 31 | respect, ~the pleasures of touch are greater as being more 58 2, 31 | sensible objects of the touch: "for ~dogs do not take 59 2, 31 | the pleasure afforded by touch is the greatest in respect 60 2, 31 | find that the ~pleasure of touch is, absolutely speaking, 61 2, 31 | to these pleasures of the touch that the ~natural concupiscences, 62 2, 31 | belongs ~principally to the touch.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[31] A[ 63 2, 31 | which is afforded by the touch, is ~the final cause of 64 2, 35 | follow save from the sense of touch. ~But sorrow can arise from 65 2, 35 | OBJ 3: The sensibles of touch are painful, not only in 66 2, 35 | subordinate to the sensibles of ~touch. Consequently man alone, 67 2, 35 | referable to the sensibles ~of touch, as stated in Ethic. iii, 68 2, 35 | refraining from pleasures ~of touch, more than for not shunning 69 2, 35 | apprehension of sense, chiefly of touch; while inward pain arises 70 2, 35 | apprehension of the sense of ~touch. Consequently inward pain 71 2, 35 | condition of the sense of ~touch; and from the fact that 72 2, 46 | which are pleasant to the touch, viz. ~for pleasures of 73 2, 60 | desires for the pleasure of touch, and "eutrapelia" [*{eutrapelia}] ~ 74 2, 60 | discerned by the ~sense of touch, and something pertaining 75 2, 60 | pleasurable objects of touch; since such are of base 76 2, 61 | viz. in the pleasures of ~touch. The good of being firm 77 2, 61 | desires for the pleasures of ~touch; and fortitude, the virtue 78 2, 61 | desires for the pleasures of touch, so that they keep within ~ 79 2, 63 | to moderate desires of touch. ~Therefore they do not 80 2, 63 | with the concupiscence of touch. The formal aspect of this 81 2, 63 | desires for ~pleasures of touch, but for different reasons, 82 2, 72 | and is ~realized in bodily touch, and this can also be called 83 2, 77 | carnal pleasure in respect of touch, but in ~respect of the 84 2, 83 | concupiscible part, and the sense of touch?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[83] A[ 85 2, 83 | sight is more infected than touch.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[83] A[ 86 2, 83 | there is the ~delectation of touch, which is the most powerful 87 2, 83 | faculty and ~the sense of touch.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[83] A[ 88 2, 83 | includes delectation of the touch, which ~is the most powerful 89 2, 83 | delectation is completed in the touch. ~Wherefore the aforesaid 90 2, 83 | infection is ascribed to the touch rather than to ~the sight.~~ 91 2, 85 | suitable ~as an organ of touch and of the other sensitive 92 2, 102 | wont, when unclean, to touch precious things: and in 93 2, 102 | could seldom approach to touch things belonging to the ~ 94 2, 102 | be ye separate . . . and touch not the unclean thing."~ 95 2, 102 | uncleanness arising from the touch was contracted even by ~ 96 2, 102 | was contracted not only by touch, but ~also by speech or 97 2, 107 | forbidden by the Law to touch a leper; because by ~doing 98 2, 1 | dead man ~rose again at the touch of Eliseus' bones, and the 99 2, 4 | just as the philosophers touch on the principles of the ~ 100 2, 10 | that we should ~not come in touch with idolaters or their 101 2, 14 | concerned with pleasures ~of touch in matters of food and sex; 102 2, 15 | of our senses, whether by touch, as those things we hold 103 2, 23 | effectively, because it does not ~touch charity, since charity is 104 2, 24 | from among them . . . and touch not ~the unclean thing," 105 2, 31 | The beast that shall touch the mount shall be ~stoned," [* 106 2, 31 | Vulg.: 'Everyone that shall touch the mount, dying he shall ~ 107 2, 37 | caused the schism, "and touch ~nothing of theirs, lest 108 2, 60 | their effect; whether this touch his body, as when ~the body 109 2, 93 | observing of omens has a ~touch of religion mingled with 110 2, 121 | since also pleasures of ~touch excel all others in hindering 111 2, 134 | fortitude, and pleasures of touch, with which temperance ~ 112 2, 134 | opposed to pleasures of touch, such as ~arise through 113 2, 135 | one moderates pleasures of touch (which is of itself ~a difficult 114 2, 135 | opposed to pleasures of touch, because ~evils of this 115 2, 135 | perseverance is about ~pains of touch." But these belong to temperance. 116 2, 136 | it ~readily yields to the touch. Now a thing is not declared 117 2, 139 | only about pleasures of touch?~(5) Whether it is about 118 2, 139 | such, or only as a kind ~of touch?~(6) What is the rule of 119 2, 139 | desires and pleasures of touch?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[141] A[ 120 2, 139 | desires and ~pleasures of touch. For Augustine says (De 121 2, 139 | desire for pleasures of ~touch, but also by the desire 122 2, 139 | desires of pleasures of touch.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[141] A[ 123 2, 139 | object of pleasure, not of touch, but in the ~soul's apprehension. 124 2, 139 | desires for ~pleasures of touch.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[141] A[ 125 2, 139 | only about pleasures of touch.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[141] A[ 126 2, 139 | Further, if pleasures of touch were the proper matter of ~ 127 2, 139 | about all pleasures of ~touch. But it is not about all, 128 2, 139 | Therefore pleasures of touch are not the proper matter 129 2, 139 | desires of pleasures of touch."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[141] 130 2, 139 | result from the sense of touch. Wherefore it follows that ~ 131 2, 139 | temperance is about pleasures of touch.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[141] A[ 132 2, 139 | desires and pleasures of touch, and secondarily other pleasures.~ 133 2, 139 | relation to sensibles of touch: thus the ~lion is pleased 134 2, 139 | relation to pleasures of touch, not principally but ~consequently: 135 2, 139 | 5: Not all pleasures of touch regard the preservation 136 2, 139 | about all ~pleasures of touch. ~(tm)Aquin.: SMT SS Q[141] 137 2, 139 | pleasures, which regard the ~touch. But according to what has 138 2, 139 | about those ~proper to the touch.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[141] A[ 139 2, 139 | to De Anima ii, 3, "the touch is the ~sense of food," 140 2, 139 | taste rather than about ~the touch.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[141] A[ 141 2, 139 | chiefly about the ~pleasure of touch, that results essentially 142 2, 139 | all cases attained by the touch. ~Secondarily, however, 143 2, 139 | that have ~relation to the touch. But since the taste is 144 2, 139 | taste is more akin to the touch than ~the other senses are, 145 2, 139 | therefrom pertain to the touch. Hence the Philosopher says ( 146 2, 139 | De Anima ii, ~3) that "touch is the sense of food, for 147 2, 139 | whereas the pleasure of touch results essentially from 148 2, 139 | principally in pleasures of touch, with which temperance ~ 149 2, 139 | desire for ~pleasures of touch proceeds from a natural 150 2, 139 | desires and pleasures of touch move the appetite with ~ 151 2, 139 | desires and pleasures of touch than to ~regulate external 152 2, 139 | frequently than pleasures of touch, for these occur ~every 153 2, 140 | with regard to pleasures of touch. ~Now seemingly it is praiseworthy 154 2, 140 | abstinence from all pleasures of touch ~is most conducive to man' 155 2, 141 | but about pleasures of touch, as ~stated above (Q[141], 156 2, 141 | temperance is about pleasures of touch, which are of two ~kinds. 157 2, 141 | to moderate pleasures of ~touch, which are most difficult 158 2, 141 | it is about ~pleasures of touch, and as to mode, since it 159 2, 145 | privation of pleasure of touch, ~belongs to temperance 160 2, 145 | which regard ~pleasures of touch in connection with food 161 2, 146 | being ~about pleasures of touch which stand foremost among 162 2, 147 | temperance about ~pleasures of touch. Now sobriety takes its 163 2, 147 | gluttony are about pleasures of touch as ~sensitive to food. Now 164 2, 149 | especially of pleasures of touch ~which are directed to the 165 2, 149 | chastity, pertain to the touch, it seems that chastity 166 2, 149 | they refer to pleasures of touch; which are the ~matter of 167 2, 149 | concupiscences of the pleasures of touch: so that where there ~are 168 2, 149 | chiefly about pleasures of touch, not as ~regards the sense' 169 2, 149 | concerning the objects of touch. which ~judgment is of uniform 170 2, 149 | directed to ~pleasures of touch. Wherefore in the matter 171 2, 150 | been known to destroy by touch the proof of virginity that ~ 172 2, 151 | applies to ~pleasures of touch, yet consequently and by 173 2, 152 | lustful look is less than a touch, a caress or a ~kiss. But 174 2, 152 | this way a kiss, caress, or touch ~does not, of its very nature, 175 2, 152 | must needs live in close ~touch with one another. Wherefore 176 2, 153 | desires for pleasures of touch are the matter of continence?~ 177 2, 153 | desires for pleasures of touch are not the ~matter of continence. 178 2, 153 | desire ~for pleasures of touch: for instance, the fear 179 2, 153 | desires for pleasures of touch.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[155] A[ 180 2, 153 | desire ~for pleasures of touch, according to 1 Tim. 6:10, " 181 2, 153 | desires for pleasures of touch~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[155] A[ 182 2, 153 | there are pleasures of touch not only in venereal ~matters 183 2, 153 | desire for pleasures of touch ~is not its proper matter.~ 184 2, 153 | Further, among pleasures of touch some are not human but bestial, ~ 185 2, 153 | desires for pleasures of touch are not the proper ~matter 186 2, 153 | desires for ~pleasures of touch, as stated above (Q[141], 187 2, 153 | of which pertain to the touch. Therefore ~continence and 188 2, 153 | desires for pleasures of ~touch.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[155] A[ 189 2, 153 | desires for pleasures of touch, and yet in a ~general sense 190 2, 153 | desire for pleasures of touch.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[155] A[ 191 2, 153 | desires for the pleasures of touch, which pertain to the concupiscible ~ 192 2, 153 | desires for pleasures of ~touch, not as moderating them ( 193 2, 154 | concupiscences of pleasures of touch, even as ~intemperance is, 194 2, 155 | concupiscences of the ~pleasures of touch. Now clemency and meekness 195 2, 155 | concupiscences of the pleasures of touch are more shameful, and harass ~ 196 2, 158 | concupiscences of pleasures of touch. Now whenever ~there is 197 2, 158 | restraint of pleasures of ~touch presents a special difficulty: 198 2, 161 | God had forbidden them to touch that ~tree, because He knew 199 2, 162 | body to be the organ of touch, and consequently a mean 200 2, 162 | mean between ~objects of touch: and this was impossible, 201 2, 163 | the body is softest to the touch: and on these he ~creeps 202 2, 164 | temperance about pleasures of touch. Therefore ~studiousness 203 2, 165 | things known by the senses of touch and taste. Now the vice ~ 204 2, 165 | concerned about objects of touch and taste is not curiosity 205 2, 165 | from the use ~of objects of touch, whereas curiosity is about 206 2, 176 | miracles are wrought at the ~touch even of a dead body. Thus 207 2, 182 | is good for a man not to touch a ~woman,' are then done 208 2, 187 | teaches the mind by the merest touch." ~Again it is written ( 209 3, 5 | offered Himself to their touch, saying: ~"Handle, and see; 210 3, 7 | prophecy, since they nowise touch our ~state. Now Christ before 211 3, 8 | other ~members there is only touch, and hence it is said (Is. 212 3, 15 | perceived by the sense of touch, as when anyone is wounded; ~ 213 3, 19 | belongs to the feet, and to touch, which ~belongs to the hand, 214 3, 19 | healed the leper with a touch. Hence in the same ~epistle 215 3, 19 | Divine operation, but to touch him is the proper work of 216 3, 34 | especially as to the ~sense of touch, which the infant can exercise 217 3, 34 | to exercise the sense ~of touch in that same instant.~Aquin.: 218 3, 38 | sanctified the waters by the touch ~of His most pure flesh" [* 219 3, 38 | baptized; because "by the ~touch of His most pure flesh He 220 3, 43 | besought Him that ~they might touch but the hem of His garment: 221 3, 46 | bitter to sweet; ~at the touch of a wooden rod a salutary 222 3, 46 | all His bodily senses: in touch, by being scourged and nailed; 223 3, 46 | consequently, Christ's sense of touch, the ~sensitiveness of which 224 3, 46 | suffers when the ~sense of touch in the eye is affected, 225 3, 48 | Christ's Passion could not touch all mankind. Therefore ~ 226 3, 54 | can be handled by human touch is naturally ~corruptible. 227 3, 54 | there be a body that resists touch, and yet is not ~disposed 228 3, 54 | proper ~objects of human touch, such as a heavenly body, 229 3, 55 | and drink, and let them touch Him. But ~in order to manifest 230 3, 55 | Magdalen (Jn. ~20:17): "Do not touch Me; for I am not yet ascended 231 3, 55 | words ~of our Lord, 'Do not touch Me, for I am not yet ascended 232 3, 55 | believe in Him, i.e. to touch Him spiritually, as ~being 233 3, 56 | power by its presence is in ~touch with all places and times; 234 3, 59 | present it will be enough to touch on those ~points that concern 235 3, 60 | this so great virtue, to touch the body ~and wash the heart, 236 3, 62 | exercise on the body that they touch, accomplish through the ~ 237 3, 64 | for ~the wicked even to touch the symbols," i.e. the sacramental 238 3, 64 | religion have fled at the touch of the parricide hands of 239 3, 66 | touching the dead, if he touch him again, what does ~his 240 3, 66 | 21) say, Christ, by "the touch of His most ~pure flesh, 241 3, 66 | not been hallowed by the touch of our Lord's body." Now ~ 242 3, 71 | typifying spittle and the touch of the priest, the Divine 243 3, 75 | measuring; as when two lines touch, there are two points on 244 3, 78 | instrumentally, just as the touch of Christ's hand healed 245 3, 80 | the mouse or dog does not touch Christ's ~body in its proper 246 3, 80 | is perceived by taste and touch, so ~also is it by sight. 247 3, 80 | he forbade the woman to touch Him, for her faith in Him 248 3, 80 | according to Jn. 20:17: "Do not touch Me, for I am not yet ~ascended 249 3, 80 | Christ are not allowed to touch this sacrament.~Aquin.: 250 3, 80 | hence those who wish to touch any sacred object, wash ~ 251 3, 81 | dimensions, whereby bodies touch each other, but ~through 252 3, 82 | lawful for anyone else to touch it except from necessity, 253 Suppl, 18| receives the power "to touch the body and cleanse the 254 Suppl, 32| hands on ~account of the touch which is keenest in the 255 Suppl, 36| for the unclean even to touch the symbols," i.e. the sacramental ~ 256 Suppl, 36| signs. Hence when they touch sacred things in the exercise 257 Suppl, 36| otherwise if they were to touch ~some sacred thing or perform 258 Suppl, 37| to the priests ~alone who touch the body of Christ with 259 Suppl, 37| Hence it is not for him to touch Christ's body, ~but to carry 260 Suppl, 41| of hidden things, did not touch the hearts ~of the prophets 261 Suppl, 42| A[3], ad 4] is able to "touch the body and ~cleanse the 262 Suppl, 59| circumstance in pleasure of ~touch; even as neither does he 263 Suppl, 70| painful object is ~said to touch," as stated in De Gener. 264 Suppl, 71| which the departed are in touch with the works of ~the living. 265 Suppl, 73| Fide Orth. iii, 15) the touch of His body whereby He healed ~ 266 Suppl, 76| the primary sense, namely touch. But sense, as it does not 267 Suppl, 79| are not in act there. For touch ~is the first of all the 268 Suppl, 79| lack the actual sense of touch, since the sense of touch 269 Suppl, 79| touch, since the sense of touch becomes ~actual by the alteration 270 Suppl, 79| passive qualities which touch ~is capable of discerning: 271 Suppl, 79| senses will be in act, namely touch and sight; nor will ~this 272 Suppl, 79| Again, ~the taste, like the touch, has the medium in contact, 273 Suppl, 79| since taste is a ~kind of touch (De Anima ii, 9). Smell 274 Suppl, 79| qualities perceived by the touch are those which ~constitute 275 Suppl, 79| alteration by the ~object of touch. For this reason the touch 276 Suppl, 79| touch. For this reason the touch is said to be the most ~ 277 Suppl, 80| surfaces when two bodies touch ~one another, because "contiguous 278 Suppl, 80| will be sensible even to touch, as evidenced by the body ~ 279 Suppl, 80| geometry that two circles touch one another only at a ~point. 280 Suppl, 80| described in them would touch one another as a whole. 281 Suppl, 80| place, else they could not touch one another as a whole, ~ 282 Suppl, 80| qualities whereby the sense of touch has ~a natural aptitude 283 Suppl, 80| addition to this, resists the ~touch; wherefore the air which 284 Suppl, 80| aptitude to affect the ~touch, and yet since the body 285 Suppl, 80| affect or not to affect the touch. In like manner ~it is competent 286 Suppl, 80| each part. Wherefore the touch of ~those bodies will be 287 Suppl, 88| elemental qualities regard the touch, ~which is the most material 288 Suppl, 89| sight, nor clasped by the touch." Therefore God will by ~ 289 Suppl, 93| 4: Just as pleasures of touch, which are the matter of ~ 290 Suppl, 93| and ~external, so pains of touch surpass all other pains. 291 Suppl, 93| difficulty of suffering pains of touch, for ~instance, from blows 292 Suppl, 93| only about pleasures of touch as being the principal of ~ 293 Appen1, 2| thigh shrank ~at the angel's touch [*Gn. 32:25]. Moreover,


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