Divine Comedy

Hence the fact that the person to seek to convert the other into an object of possession which can 'steal' or simply 'receive' love. This becomes a 'dehumanization' of being supposedly beloved one 'dehumanization' which erases the personal perspective of another human being as God's own loving membership to make it required for a membership, a membership to buy love. Therefore, the most common consequence of obsessive infatuation lust and thoughts of purpose or personal position that can occur in simple behaviors of jealousy and in higher grades in the same sex. Combart lust for it is best to accept the resignation to the beloved. Currently GULA greed or gluttony is identified as the excessive consumption of food and drink, although in the past any form of excess could fall within the definition of this sin. Marked by excessive consumption so unreasonable or unnecessary, gluttony also includes certain forms of destructive behavior. In this way substance abuse or binge drinking can be seen as examples of gluttony. In Alighieri's Divine Comedy, the penitents in the Purgatorio were forced to stand between two trees, unable to reach and eat the fruit hanging from the branches of these and therefore they were described as hungry.

In the Divine Comedy, the greedy were forced to smell the aroma of food without power tasting. Greed is a disordered inclination or desire for pleasure or possessions. Greed, for its part is the excessive desire for wealth, without wanting to cherish. Greed (or sometimes greed) is considered a cardinal sin, and as such, in any society and time has been demonstrated as a vice.