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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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eyes

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1 1, 3 | Job ~40:4); and "The eyes of the Lord are upon the 2 1, 8 | are bare and open to His eyes; He is in all things by 3 1, 12 | Civ. Dei xxix, 29): "Those eyes" ~(namely the glorified) " 4 1, 12 | knowledge of Him, that the eyes of your heart" may be "enlightened" ~( 5 1, 12 | power (viz. the glorified eyes), if they shall see ~that 6 1, 12 | evident how the glorified ~eyes will see God, as now our 7 1, 12 | will see God, as now our eyes see the life of another. 8 1, 14 | are naked and open to His ~eyes" (Heb. 4:13).~Aquin.: SMT 9 1, 14 | of a man are ~open to His eyes."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[14] A[ 10 1, 29 | the features before the eyes." This, however, can ~apply 11 1, 43 | not displayed to corporeal eyes by ~corporeal shapes, but 12 1, 43 | fire, saw them by their eyes. ~Nor, again, has the Holy 13 1, 51 | without a ~purpose. But eyes, nostrils, and the other 14 1, 70 | perhaps lifting up thy ~eyes to heaven, thou see the 15 1, 43 | not displayed to corporeal eyes by ~corporeal shapes, but 16 1, 43 | fire, saw them by their eyes. ~Nor, again, has the Holy 17 1, 52 | without a ~purpose. But eyes, nostrils, and the other 18 1, 71 | perhaps lifting up thy ~eyes to heaven, thou see the 19 1, 88 | Dives, "lifting up his ~eyes when he was in torment, 20 1, 93 | different from ours; as the ~eyes which Christ gave to the 21 1, 93 | Now, the nature of the eyes is not changed by ~sin. 22 1, 106 | Moral. ii): "To other eyes we seem to stand aloof as 23 1, 116 | that "some have blazing ~eyes, who by a single look bewitch 24 1, 116 | place especially in the eyes, to which the more subtle 25 1, 116 | spirits can ~reach. And the eyes infect the air which is 26 2, 10 | unless one turns one's eyes ~away; which belongs to 27 2, 38 | dead: ~"for so should his eyes look for him less, where 28 2, 40 | implied keeping one's eyes on another [ex alio spectare], 29 2, 48 | countenance takes fire, the eyes grow ~fierce, they that 30 2, 48 | the heart, such as the ~eyes, face and tongue; wherefore, 31 2, 48 | countenance takes fire, the eyes grow fierce." Consequently ~ 32 2, 63 | the ~act for which other eyes are formed naturally: consequently 33 2, 67 | according to ~Eph. 1:17,18: "The eyes of your heart enlightened . . . 34 2, 72 | the concupiscence of the eyes, or [Vulg.: 'and'] ~the 35 2, 77 | 16: "Concupiscence of the eyes, ~Concupiscence of the flesh," 36 2, 77 | flesh, concupiscence of the eyes, and pride ~of life are 37 2, 77 | flesh, concupiscence of ~the eyes, and pride of life" are 38 2, 77 | by what is ~seen by the eyes, according to Dan. 13:56: " 39 2, 77 | Therefore concupiscence of the eyes should not be condivided 40 2, 77 | called "concupiscence of the eyes," whether ~this be taken 41 2, 77 | sight itself, of which the eyes are the ~organ, so as to 42 2, 77 | proposed ~outwardly to the eyes, so as to denote covetousness, 43 2, 77 | 2: "Concupiscence of the eyes" does not mean here the ~ 44 2, 77 | which can be seen by the eyes, but only for ~such things 45 2, 77 | but in ~respect of the eyes, i.e. of any apprehensive 46 2, 81 | nature: thus a man with eyes begets a son having eyes, ~ 47 2, 81 | eyes begets a son having eyes, ~unless nature fails. And 48 2, 99 | of things set ~before the eyes, which pertains to the ceremonial 49 2, 100 | the concupiscence of the eyes; wherefore Augustine reckons 50 2, 102 | lightsome, enlightening the eyes." But the ceremonial precepts 51 2, 102 | as a memorial before thy eyes." ~Therefore much more did 52 2, 102 | 20) he adds: "That Thy ~eyes may be open upon this house . . . 53 2, 102 | affections: for running of the eyes is caused by a flow of ~ 54 2, 102 | shall be ever ~before thy eyes [Vulg.: 'they shall be and 55 2, 102 | and shall move between thy eyes'], ~the Pharisees gave a 56 2, 102 | moved in front of their eyes": whereas the intention ~ 57 2, 102 | should be before their ~eyes, i.e. in their thoughts. 58 2, 102 | men shall ~turn away their eyes from such sights.~Aquin.: 59 2, 104 | latter are more famous in the eyes of men.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 60 2, 108 | the concupiscence of the eyes," which refers to riches, " 61 2, 108 | the "concupiscence ~of the eyes"; carnal pleasures pertaining 62 2, 109 | is ~in the eye. And the eyes of the mind are the senses 63 2, 109 | just as, whoever has his eyes turned away from the light 64 2, 109 | s light, by turning his eyes towards ~the sun. Hence 65 2, 112 | 23): "It is easy in the eyes of God on a sudden to ~make 66 2, 1 | is as well proved in the eyes of the faithful, ~as a conclusion 67 2, 1 | self-evident principles is in the eyes of all. ~Hence again, theology 68 2, 5 | God, because he closes his eyes to contemplation." Now the 69 2, 5 | fallen from it, had their eyes opened to contemplation, 70 2, 5 | innocence, seemingly had ~his eyes open to contemplation; for 71 2, 12 | mouth. He winketh with the eyes, presseth with the foot, 72 2, 12 | revealed; ~secondly, in his eyes; thirdly, in the instrument 73 2, 13 | contrary, "It is easy in the eyes of God on a sudden to make 74 2, 14 | it is delightful for the ~eyes to see the sun." Therefore 75 2, 15 | and shall move between thy eyes. And thou shalt write them ~ 76 2, 15 | which are ever before our eyes, or to which we ~are continually 77 2, 15 | Forget not the words that thy eyes have ~seen and let them 78 2, 18 | Now "concupiscence of the eyes," which is the desire for ~ 79 2, 34 | seizes the ~complexion, the eyes are weighed down, the spirit 80 2, 42 | lightsome, enlightening the eyes." Now it is useless to direct 81 2, 51 | written (Prov. 4:25): "Let thy eyes look straight ~on, and let 82 2, 51 | do, we can only turn our eyes to God," according to 2 83 2, 63 | to ~another people, thy eyes looking on [*Vulg.: 'May 84 2, 65 | according to the sight of the ~eyes, nor reprove according to 85 2, 71 | stir up the dirt into their eyes, so ~that the more they 86 2, 73 | and a ~good name in the eyes of others, and in his own 87 2, 73 | of others, and in his own eyes the glory of a good ~conscience, 88 2, 73 | honor and good name in the eyes ~of others - and for this 89 2, 73 | person - while in his own eyes, he loses the glory of his ~ 90 2, 80 | 2, "I have lifted up my eyes to the ~mountains, from 91 2, 93 | prestigiation" because man's eyes are ~blindfolded [praestringuntur]. 92 2, 95 | do, we can only turn our eyes to Thee." But if this be 93 2, 99 | not aside, but with dry eyes hasten to the standard of 94 2, 143 | acquires ~clarity in the eyes of others. Wherefore, just 95 2, 156 | the face is inflamed, the eyes are enraged and ~fail utterly 96 2, 159 | first of all ~shown in the eyes": wherefore it is written ( 97 2, 159 | not exalted, nor are my eyes lofty." Now eyes are the 98 2, 159 | are my eyes lofty." Now eyes are the chief aids to ~knowledge. 99 2, 159 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Lofty eyes are a sign of pride, inasmuch 100 2, 159 | especially wont ~to lower the eyes, as though not daring to 101 2, 159 | his exaltation in men's eyes is effected by bodily uplifting."~ 102 2, 159 | one's very person, one's eyes fixed on the ground"; the 103 2, 160 | and ~prudent in their own eyes, "and hast revealed them 104 2, 160 | one's very person, one's eyes fixed on the ~ground": and 105 2, 161 | to ~eat, and fair to the eyes, and delightful to behold, 106 2, 161 | who said (Gn. 3:5): "Your eyes shall be opened and you 107 2, 162 | gained in this, ~that their eyes were opened, according to 108 2, 162 | written (Gn. 3:7): "The eyes ~of them both were opened; 109 2, 162 | were created with their eyes closed, ~especially since 110 2, 162 | to eat. Accordingly the eyes of both were opened so that 111 2, 165 | are naked and open to His eyes" (Heb. 4:13), and "the Lord 112 2, 165 | curiosity Alypius opened his eyes." But it does not seem to ~ 113 2, 165 | that "concupiscence ~of the eyes makes men curious." Now 114 2, 165 | 16) "concupiscence of the eyes refers not only to the learning 115 2, 165 | called concupiscence of the eyes" because "the ~sight is 116 2, 167 | God, ~having no longer the eyes that God made, but those 117 2, 171 | so that we see with our eyes one who is present, ~and 118 2, 171 | though ~we saw him with our eyes."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[173] 119 2, 172 | kinds of vision; "one by the eyes of the body, another by 120 2, 172 | imagination, a third by the eyes of the mind." Now these 121 2, 178 | contemplation as to ~fix the eyes of his mind on the ray itself 122 2, 178 | the spiritual world to the eyes of the mind."~Aquin.: SMT 123 2, 179 | prudence requires clear eyes, so that one may ~judge 124 2, 182 | and (Ps. 138:16): "Thy eyes ~did see my imperfect being." 125 2, 185 | gloss on Ps. 118:82, "My eyes have failed for Thy word," 126 3, 8 | a little one in thy own eyes, wast thou not ~made the 127 3, 8 | a little one in ~thy own eyes, wast thou not made the 128 3, 11 | Christ, "there are seven eyes." Now by the eye is understood 129 3, 13 | strictly charged them whose eyes had been opened, saying: " 130 3, 14 | 1): "I have lifted up my eyes to the mountains, from whence 131 3, 17 | to him hands or feet ~or eyes, as happened to him who 132 3, 27 | that ~it 'leaped': and our eyes are witness that not only 133 3, 28 | time, as in Ps. 122:2: "Our eyes are unto the Lord our God, ~ 134 3, 28 | to be gathered that our ~eyes are turned from God as soon 135 3, 30 | that which is before ~our eyes, than what is in our imagination. 136 3, 36 | He will come before the ~eyes of all; according to Mt. 137 3, 36 | attention of their corporeal eyes, a more ~brilliant ray enlightened 138 3, 39 | previously closed to the eyes of the Son of God. ~Therefore 139 3, 39 | this dove was seen by the eyes of the body." Nor, ~again, 140 3, 39 | Ghost appeared to men's eyes in a fallacious ~manner: 141 3, 41 | vainglory by ~saying: "Your eyes shall be opened." Thirdly, 142 3, 43 | Lazarus He lifted up His eyes (Jn. ~11:41), this was not 143 3, 43 | any man hath ~opened the eyes of one born blind. Unless 144 3, 44 | the ~manger, raise thine eyes a little and gaze on the 145 3, 44 | and, spitting upon his eyes, ~laying His hands on him, 146 3, 44 | laid ~His hands upon his eyes, and he began to see, and 147 3, 44 | heavenly light flashed from His eyes, and the majesty of His ~ 148 3, 44 | 23, "Spitting upon his ~eyes, laying His hands on him," 149 3, 44 | spread the clay upon the eyes of the blind man," Augustine ~ 150 3, 46 | something more fittingly: as two eyes for seeing; and the same 151 3, 52 | 11:23: "It is easy in the eyes of God on a sudden to make 152 3, 54 | to have vanished from the eyes of the ~disciples, not as 153 3, 54 | power to present to the eyes of the beholders His ~form 154 3, 55 | the testimony of their own eyes they saw Christ ~alive, 155 3, 55 | except the beholder's eyes be captivated by some illusions. 156 3, 55 | this hindrance in their ~eyes to have been of Satan's 157 3, 55 | says (24:16) that "their eyes were held, that they should 158 3, 55 | Christ," namely, that their eyes should be held ~fast in 159 3, 55 | goes on to say that "'their eyes were opened, and they knew ~ 160 3, 55 | hitherto walking with their eyes shut; but there ~was something 161 3, 55 | vanished suddenly from their eyes," as related in the last 162 3, 55 | of clarity, because their eyes could not ~gaze upon that 163 3, 72 | Militia Spirit.): "In ~God's eyes even women fight, for many 164 3, 73 | assumed body from their eyes, and bear it away ~to the 165 3, 76 | a glorified one. For our eyes are ~hindered from beholding 166 3, 76 | according ~to Is. 33:17: "(His eyes) shall see the king in his 167 3, 76 | of the beholders, whose eyes are so ~affected as if they 168 3, 76 | miraculously formed either in the ~eyes of the beholders, or in 169 3, 77 | reality, but ~merely in the eyes of the beholders. But this 170 3, 83 | of Christ ~lifting up His eyes to heaven while consecrating 171 3, 83 | we ~say: "Lifting up His eyes to heaven," and again, " 172 3, 83 | is the uplifting of His eyes to heaven at the ~supper; 173 3, 83 | that He Who lifted up His eyes to the ~Father in raising 174 3, 84 | cease from weeping, and thy eyes ~from tears." But this would 175 3, 85 | 122:2: "Behold, as the eyes of servants are on the hands ~ 176 3, 85 | masters . . . so are our eyes unto the Lord our God, until 177 3, 86 | expounding verse 136 ("My eyes have sent ~forth springs 178 Suppl, 3 | he deserves to blind his eyes with ~tears." Therefore 179 Suppl, 3 | lose the use of his bodily eyes on ~account of his sins, 180 Suppl, 3 | yet he did not wish his eyes to be blinded.~Aquin.: SMT 181 Suppl, 15| concupiscence of the eyes," and "pride of ~life." 182 Suppl, 15| against concupiscence of the "eyes," and "prayer" against ~" 183 Suppl, 29| sacrament: "I anoint these eyes with consecrated oil ~in 184 Suppl, 32| assigned, namely, ~that the eyes, nose, ears, lips, hands, 185 Suppl, 32| senses are anointed. the eyes, to wit, ~on account of 186 Suppl, 32| in the ~anointing of the eyes mention is made of sins 187 Suppl, 43| as loss of the nose or eyes, and the like), or is contrary 188 Suppl, 47| s sight, but not in the eyes ~of the Church, who presumes 189 Suppl, 67| she find not favor ~in his eyes, for some uncleanness," 190 Suppl, 67| she find not favor in his eyes," ~which would seem to restrict 191 Suppl, 68| deemed legitimate ~in the eyes of the Church. Now it happens 192 Suppl, 68| deemed legitimate in the eyes of the Church, whereas there 193 Suppl, 68| would seem legitimate in the eyes of the Church, for the very 194 Suppl, 71| of the living, lest their eyes be ~revolted by the disfigurement 195 Suppl, 72| thy fathers . . . that thy eyes may not see all the evils ~ 196 Suppl, 72| have it ever before their eyes, they will not what ~they 197 Suppl, 80| being shut, which to human ~eyes came from the closed womb 198 Suppl, 82| one's mind ~from another's eyes, and the very harmony of 199 Suppl, 82| object that is opposite the eyes of the seer ~must needs 200 Suppl, 82| opposite to non-glorified eyes is not ~necessarily seen 201 Suppl, 82| seen by the non-glorified eyes of ~the disciples. Therefore 202 Suppl, 82| visible to non-glorified eyes also.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[85] 203 Suppl, 84| will stand before their eyes." Now they will see the 204 Suppl, 87| 1] ~and Is. 33:17: "His eyes shall see the King in his 205 Suppl, 88| Lest perhaps lifting up thy eyes to ~heaven, thou see the 206 Suppl, 89| they will see Him with the eyes of the body?~(3) Whether 207 Suppl, 89| saints will see God with the eyes of ~the body? [*Cf. FP, 208 Suppl, 89| saints will see God ~with the eyes of the body. Because the 209 Suppl, 89| blessed Job saw God with his eyes ~(Job 42:5): "With the hearing 210 Suppl, 89| God will be seen with ~the eyes of the body.~Aquin.: SMT 211 Suppl, 89| the sight of the glorified eyes, ~expresses himself as follows ( 212 Suppl, 89| power will be ~in those eyes, not to see more keenly, 213 Suppl, 89| Therefore the glorified eyes will be able to see ~God.~ 214 Suppl, 89| God is not sought with the eyes of the body, nor ~surveyed 215 Suppl, 89| is visible, not to carnal eyes, but only to the eyes of 216 Suppl, 89| carnal eyes, but only to the eyes of the mind, ~of which it 217 Suppl, 89| nowise be seen with the eyes of the body, or ~perceived 218 Suppl, 89| Apostle says (Eph. 1:18): "The eyes of our [Vulg.: 'your'] heart ~ 219 Suppl, 89| are to see God ~with the eyes of the flesh, but that, 220 Suppl, 89| spiritual things, whereas the ~eyes of the body cannot: wherefore 221 Suppl, 89| essence united to it, but the eyes of the body will not.~Aquin.: 222 Suppl, 94| disturbance of the head and eyes, and in this ~respect weeping 223 Suppl, 94| and darkness, except the eyes of ~the damned, which will


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