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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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desired

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1 1, 2 | happiness, and what is naturally desired by man must be ~naturally 2 1, 5 | them some sort of being is ~desired. And thus nothing can be 3 1, 5 | And thus nothing can be desired except being; and consequently ~ 4 1, 5 | the ~appetite, the thing desired that terminates the movement 5 1, 5 | virtuous ~is that which is desired for its own sake; but that 6 1, 5 | form of rest in the thing desired, is ~called the pleasant. ~ 7 1, 5 | desirable in themselves, but are desired only as ~helpful to something 8 1, 6 | know Him; and nothing is ~desired unless it is known. Therefore 9 1, 6 | article, inasmuch as all desired perfections flow ~from Him 10 1, 6 | every kind of good thing is desired by all; but that ~whatever 11 1, 6 | all; but that ~whatever is desired has the nature of good. 12 1, 6 | since being itself is ~desired by all, then the being of 13 1, 8 | who knows; and the thing ~desired in the one desiring. In 14 1, 12 | prepared to receive the object desired. Hence he ~who possesses 15 1, 12 | that nothing else would be desired, and the ~seer would be 16 1, 16 | tends towards ~the thing desired. Thus the term of the appetite, 17 1, 19 | accompanies the evil were more desired than the good of which ~ 18 1, 48 | and ~everything which is desired as an end, is a perfection. 19 1, 48 | does not act, nor is it desired, ~except by virtue of some 20 1, 58 | not exclude the ~object desired, but weariness thereof. 21 1, 59 | true; ~while the true is desired by the will as something 22 1, 61 | wished ~to ascend, when he desired to be equal in some manner 23 1, 62 | is that it ~is naturally desired, since everything naturally 24 1, 63 | Para. 1/1~Whether the devil desired to be as God?~Aquin.: SMT 25 1, 63 | natural end can always be desired without sin. But ~to be 26 1, 63 | If, therefore, the angel desired to be as God, not by equality, ~ 27 1, 63 | this way that the devil desired to be as God. Not that he ~ 28 1, 63 | be as God. Not that he ~desired to resemble God by being 29 1, 63 | existence under God. But he desired resemblance ~with God in 30 1, 63 | God's ~grace. Or, if he desired as his last end that likeness 31 1, 64 | that he can obtain what he ~desired. Even so, if a man were 32 1, 70 | is ~moved by the object desired (Metaph. xii, text. 36). 33 1, 77 | the cognitive power, and desired by the ~appetitive.~Aquin.: 34 1, 49 | and ~everything which is desired as an end, is a perfection. 35 1, 49 | does not act, nor is it desired, ~except by virtue of some 36 1, 59 | not exclude the ~object desired, but weariness thereof. 37 1, 60 | true; ~while the true is desired by the will as something 38 1, 62 | wished ~to ascend, when he desired to be equal in some manner 39 1, 63 | is that it ~is naturally desired, since everything naturally 40 1, 64 | Para. 1/1~Whether the devil desired to be as God?~Aquin.: SMT 41 1, 64 | natural end can always be desired without sin. But ~to be 42 1, 64 | If, therefore, the angel desired to be as God, not by equality, ~ 43 1, 64 | this way that the devil desired to be as God. Not that he ~ 44 1, 64 | be as God. Not that he ~desired to resemble God by being 45 1, 64 | existence under God. But he desired resemblance ~with God in 46 1, 64 | God's ~grace. Or, if he desired as his last end that likeness 47 1, 65 | that he can obtain what he ~desired. Even so, if a man were 48 1, 71 | is ~moved by the object desired (Metaph. xii, text. 36). 49 1, 76 | the cognitive power, and desired by the ~appetitive.~Aquin.: 50 1, 77 | suffice. For a thing is desired as it exists in its own 51 1, 79 | apprehended and what is desired are the same in ~reality, 52 1, 79 | intelligible, whereas it is desired as suitable or good. Now, ~ 53 1, 79 | and by which something is desired not as suitable to this 54 1, 79 | accidental to the thing desired to be apprehended ~by the 55 1, 81 | that the ~will desires is desired of necessity.~Aquin.: SMT 56 1, 81 | good, inasmuch as it ~is a desired good.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[82] 57 1, 82 | regard the end, which is ~desired for itself. But to "choose" 58 1, 82 | to the ~means, which is desired on account of the end. Wherefore 59 1, 98 | add that they ~would have desired nothing except with an ordinate 60 1, 99 | turn away, since nothing is desired or loved but under the aspect 61 1, 104 | He always moves as being desired and apprehended by ~that 62 1, 104 | which is moved; but as being desired and known by Himself; for 63 2, 1 | last end, nothing would be desired, nor would any ~action have 64 2, 1 | that which is ~naturally desired. Now this must needs be 65 2, 1 | all things that can be desired by the will, belong, as 66 2, 1 | speculative science; which is desired ~as the scientist's good, 67 2, 2 | itself is that which is most ~desired by all. Therefore man's 68 2, 2 | the last end, it is not desired for something else, ~but 69 2, 2 | Consequently just as good is desired for itself, ~so delight 70 2, 2 | for itself, ~so delight is desired for itself and not for anything 71 2, 2 | reason that delight is ~desired is that it is rest in the 72 2, 2 | it is rest in the thing desired.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[2] A[6] 73 2, 2 | sensible pleasures ~are desired by the majority.~Aquin.: 74 2, 2 | sake all else is loved and desired. Therefore ~happiness consists 75 2, 2 | whatever of the thing itself desired as an end, ~thus does something 76 2, 2 | the thing ~itself which is desired as end, is that which constitutes 77 2, 2 | loved above all, as the good desired; whereas a friend is loved 78 2, 2 | that ~for which good is desired; and thus, too, man loves 79 2, 2 | something yet remained ~to be desired. Now the object of the will, 80 2, 3 | or enjoyment of the thing desired; thus we may say ~that the 81 2, 3 | perfect happiness naturally desired, but also ~any likeness 82 2, 3 | the thing itself which is desired: and in this ~way, the same 83 2, 4 | desirable. But operations are desired on account of the delight 84 2, 4 | rest, as ~regards the thing desired; since, to wit, it has that 85 2, 5 | something more sufficing being desired in its stead; ~or else has 86 2, 5 | one and the same thing is desired in one way, and not desired ~ 87 2, 5 | desired in one way, and not desired ~in another. So that happiness 88 2, 11 | delightful not in itself, but is desired, only as ~referred to something 89 2, 14 | and necessary; but it is desired as being useful towards ~ 90 2, 17 | sometimes inopportune and not desired; ~sometimes when sought 91 2, 17 | volition of the end ~naturally desired, is derived the choice of 92 2, 19 | is simply suitable to be desired. Hence it is that ~the act 93 2, 25 | with the thing coveted or desired. ~Therefore desire precedes 94 2, 25 | contrary, which ~removal is desired only for the sake of obtaining 95 2, 28 | Now the end is the good desired and loved by each one. Wherefore 96 2, 29 | happens sometimes that what is desired as good in some particular ~ 97 2, 29 | Therefore truth is naturally desired and loved. But that which 98 2, 30 | movement towards the thing desired.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[30] A[ 99 2, 30 | ii, 12) that "good when ~desired gives rise to concupiscence; 100 2, 30 | infinite: since the end is desired for ~its own sake, e.g. 101 2, 30 | thus greater health is more desired, and ~so on to infinity; 102 2, 30 | as being once actually desired; ~or because it is finite 103 2, 31 | since, just as before it desired that which it had not, so 104 2, 32 | is this that is chiefly desired. But the end is not always 105 2, 33 | imagination of the thing desired; but this expansion increases 106 2, 34 | Further, that which is desired by all, seems to be good 107 2, 34 | not every good which is desired, is of itself and verily ~ 108 2, 36 | sorrow for the delay of a ~desired good, or for its entire 109 2, 36 | Reply OBJ 2: That which is desired, though really future, is, ~ 110 2, 36 | may ~say that although the desired good itself is future, yet 111 2, 36 | obtaining that which is desired. But, when hope is removed 112 2, 36 | hurtful and corruptive is desired, ~in so far as they destroy 113 2, 37 | the absence of the thing desired. Moreover ~sorrow too sometimes 114 2, 40 | a ~recoil from the thing desired, by reason of its being 115 2, 42 | a hope of ~obtaining the desired good; so also does fear 116 2, 46 | considered: namely, ~the thing desired, and the intensity of the 117 2, 46 | desire. As to the thing ~desired, anger has more mercy than 118 2, 46 | because those things that are desired for their own ~sake, are 119 2, 46 | for their own ~sake, are desired without measure, as the 120 2, 48 | pleasurable things that are desired, savor of shame ~and voluptuousness, 121 2, 62 | hoped for unless it be desired and loved. Hope also regards 122 2, 84 | called covetousness, are not ~desired except as being useful for 123 2, 84 | excellence or renown, which is desired by "pride" or ~"vainglory." 124 2, 98 | perceived what he ~saw and he desired what he saw not." Hence 125 2, 100 | other things, which are desired for the purpose of possession, 126 2, 100 | and the truth): and are desired only for the ~sake of something 127 2, 108 | were of themselves to be desired and to be taken frequently, 128 2, 26 | grace, but had formerly desired it when he was in a state 129 2, 27 | there remains nothing to be desired. But as long as we are in 130 2, 27 | nothing will remain to be desired, because then there will 131 2, 27 | will obtain whatever he had desired, ~even with regard to other 132 2, 28 | 6 and Mt. 12:7: "I have desired ~mercy and not sacrifice." 133 2, 32 | one has obtained what one desired. ~And since the very fact 134 2, 51 | There is a treasure to be desired, and oil in the dwelling 135 2, 81 | for this sufficiency is desired, not for its ~own sake, 136 2, 92 | teaching, what each of them desired or disliked, and by what ~ 137 2, 98 | and all things that are desired, are not to be compared 138 2, 109 | Baal, pretending that he desired to worship idols, should 139 2, 116 | also to anything ~that is desired immoderately." Now in every 140 2, 116 | aspect ~of good inordinately desired, there is a special kind 141 2, 116 | useful good, since they are desired under ~the aspect of being 142 2, 117 | There is a treasure to be desired, and oil in the dwelling 143 2, 127 | But good as such is to be desired, and ~that one avoids it 144 2, 129 | far as a good is laudably desired.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[131] A[ 145 2, 129 | desire of honor, if this be desired in due measure; ~so, if 146 2, 129 | due measure; ~so, if it be desired inordinately, it may become 147 2, 130 | wherefore it is not ~to be desired in itself. It may, however, 148 2, 130 | itself. It may, however, be desired as being useful for ~something, 149 2, 134 | to endure evils, is ~more desired and loved than the good 150 2, 134 | goods to ~come, which are desired in accordance with reason: 151 2, 140 | save only ~where it is desired in excess as to quantity. 152 2, 143 | that "the honest is what is desired for ~its own sake." Now 153 2, 143 | own sake." Now virtue is desired, not for its own sake, but 154 2, 143 | of those things ~that are desired for their own sake, some 155 2, 143 | their own sake, some are desired for their own sake ~alone, 156 2, 143 | last end; while some are desired, not only for their own 157 2, 143 | ii, 53]. Now pleasure is desired for its own ~sake, for " 158 2, 143 | said to be honest, if it is desired for its own ~sake by the 159 2, 143 | to be pleasant if it is desired for ~its own sake by the 160 2, 151 | reason of His forbidding the desired pleasure. The ~other act 161 2, 152 | consecrated person, who is desired for ~sexual intercourse, 162 2, 152 | a kind of lust, or it is desired for ~possession, and thus 163 2, 154 | would he have done if he had desired it with ~passion?"~Aquin.: 164 2, 156 | revenge, since revenge may be desired both well and ill. Secondly, ~ 165 2, 156 | though ~just vengeance be desired.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[158] A[ 166 2, 156 | or in relation to the ~desired object, as when one desires 167 2, 156 | or useful good which is desired by the subject of ~concupiscence. 168 2, 156 | in so far as revenge ~is desired under the aspect of just 169 2, 160 | anything that is ~inordinately desired. Secondly, indirectly and 170 2, 161 | moved ~towards that which is desired for the sake of the end; 171 2, 164 | excessively to that which is desired naturally. Now just as in 172 2, 168 | committed in deed, but also ~as desired in thought.~Aquin.: SMT 173 2, 180 | Christ that, although he desired above all to be with Christ, 174 2, 182 | means of the active life desired the ~office of preaching, 175 2, 183 | becomingly, is unbecomingly desired."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[185] 176 2, 183 | his neighbor, commendably ~desired the office of preacher."~ 177 2, 183 | there was nothing to be desired in the ~episcopal office, 178 2, 183 | means of the active ~life, desired the office of preaching, 179 2, 184 | roof had seen a woman and desired ~her knew to say: 'I have 180 2, 185 | any amount whatever, have desired with pious and salutary 181 2, 185 | ad ocean.) for ~that she desired "to receive alms, having 182 2, 187 | Virtue is rare, and is not ~desired by many." It is therefore 183 3, 15 | medicine is not of itself desired, but only as it ~is ordained 184 3, 18 | Thy will, O my God, I have desired it." Hence Augustine says ( 185 3, 18 | it is ~drawn to anything desired of itself, as health, which 186 3, 18 | drawn to anything ~that is desired only in order to something 187 3, 18 | Thy will: O my God, I have desired it." Now he ~who desires 188 3, 21 | something that His sensuality desired ~when He said (Mt. 26:39): " 189 3, 28 | to Joseph, although she desired to do so, yet yielding her 190 3, 29 | Virgin, Mother of God, ~desired, from an intimate inspiration 191 3, 47 | will: O ~my God, I have desired it." Hence He said (Mt. 192 3, 62 | as it is apprehended and desired by him. On the ~other hand, 193 3, 81 | 15): "With desire I have desired ~to eat this Pasch with 194 Suppl, 3 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Anselm desired the marrow of his body to 195 Suppl, 18| guilt, either ~through being desired or through being actually 196 Suppl, 62| contract another and more desired marriage; and an ~occasion 197 Suppl, 87| namely the thing which is desired or which gives pleasure, ~ 198 Suppl, 93| for virginity which they ~desired to keep, for instance blessed 199 Suppl, 95| they desire naturally is desired by them under certain evil ~ 200 Suppl, 95| not what they heretofore desired, but something else, namely 201 Suppl, 95| to be" and "to live" ~are desired by all naturally, we are 202 Appen1, 2| For the more ~a thing is desired the more painful is its


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