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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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despair

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1 1, 23 | were not predestined would despair; ~and security would beget 2 2, 23 | pertains to the ~passion of "despair." In like manner the arduous 3 2, 23 | obtained, we have "hope" and "despair." In ~respect of evil not 4 2, 23 | faculty; viz. hope and despair, fear and daring, and anger 5 2, 25 | of approach. But fear and despair imply ~withdrawal from something; 6 2, 25 | something. Therefore fear and despair precede hope and daring.~ 7 2, 25 | is good, ~viz. hope and despair, must naturally precede 8 2, 25 | yet so that hope precedes despair; since hope is a ~movement 9 2, 25 | to good directly; whereas despair is a movement away from ~ 10 2, 25 | daring. And that hope and despair naturally precede ~fear 11 2, 25 | avoiding evil, so hope and despair are the reason for fear 12 2, 25 | and fear arises ~from the despair of overcoming. Lastly, anger 13 2, 25 | aversion, second; hope ~and despair, third; fear and daring, 14 2, 25 | aversion; ~hope precedes despair; fear precedes daring; and 15 2, 25 | hope, so fear is caused by ~despair. Either, therefore, hope 16 2, 25 | Either, therefore, hope and despair should be reckoned as ~principal 17 2, 25 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Despair implies movement away from 18 2, 37 | thing in man. Moreover, despair seems to be ~more harmful 19 2, 37 | harmful: such are fear and despair, and above all sorrow which ~ 20 2, 40 | AND FIRST, OF HOPE AND DESPAIR (EIGHT ARTICLES)~We must 21 2, 40 | irascible passions: (1) Hope and despair; (2) ~Fear and daring; ( 22 2, 40 | dumb animals?~(4) Whether despair is contrary to hope?~(5) 23 2, 40 | respect, hope differs from despair. It is therefore evident 24 2, 40 | Consequently hope differs from ~despair according to the difference 25 2, 40 | and in this way hope and despair are in dumb animals.~Aquin.: 26 2, 40 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether despair is contrary to hope?~Aquin.: 27 2, 40 | OBJ 1: It would seem that despair is not contrary to hope. 28 2, 40 | contrary to ~hope. Therefore despair is not contrary to hope.~ 29 2, 40 | same thing. But hope and ~despair do not bear on the same 30 2, 40 | regards the good, ~whereas despair arises from some evil that 31 2, 40 | hope is not contrary to despair.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[40] A[ 32 2, 40 | a privation thereof. But despair seems to ~imply immobility 33 2, 40 | contrary, The very name of despair [desperatio] implies that 34 2, 40 | disperse." And this is how despair stands in regard to ~this 35 2, 40 | the concupiscible. ~But despair is contrary to hope, only 36 2, 40 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Despair does not regard evil as 37 2, 40 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Despair implies not only privation 38 2, 40 | impossible ~to get. Hence despair, like hope, presupposes 39 2, 40 | we neither ~hope for nor despair of that which we do not 40 2, 40 | causes hope in two ways, despair in one ~way: and for this 41 2, 40 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, despair is contrary to hope, as 42 2, 40 | stated above (A[4]). But ~despair, especially in matters of 43 2, 40 | dangerous to drive people to despair." ~Therefore hope has a 44 2, 40 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Despair threatens danger in war, 45 2, 40 | attaches to it. For they who despair of flight, strive less to ~ 46 2, 41 | inclination: for instance, despair flies from good on account 47 2, 45 | is contrary to fear, and despair contrary to ~hope.~Aquin.: 48 2, 45 | contrary to fear, so is despair ~contrary to hope. But fear 49 2, 45 | fear does not ensue from despair: in fact, despair ~excludes 50 2, 45 | ensue from despair: in fact, despair ~excludes fear, as the Philosopher 51 2, 45 | the avoidance of good to despair. It follows, ~therefore, 52 2, 45 | attacks it boldly. ~But despair results from fear: since 53 2, 45 | daring, ~so fear precedes despair. And just as fear does not 54 2, 45 | does not always lead to ~despair, but only when it is intense; 55 2, 45 | conjoined good. In like ~manner despair regards directly the good 56 2, 45 | but its effect: just as despair is an effect, not a part, ~ 57 2, 60 | some great danger; hope and despair are about some difficult 58 2, 60 | magnanimity, about hope and despair; meekness, about anger.~ 59 2, 64 | virtue, is a mean between ~despair and presumption. Likewise 60 2, 64 | between presumption and despair, in ~relation to us, in 61 2, 64 | of his condition; or ~to despair through failing to hope 62 2, 68 | plunge ~us into the pit of despair." Therefore the virtues 63 2, 72 | or to give ~himself up to despair": where no distinction is 64 2, 72 | way of sequel. Habit and despair are stages following ~the 65 2, 73 | grievous sin ~than unbelief or despair which are opposed to faith 66 2, 78 | hell, if hope give place to despair, or fear to presumption, 67 2, 108 | temporal ~things, as to despair of God's help: wherefore 68 2, 12 | hope of escape, so that, in despair, they are borne ~towards 69 2, 13 | thus hope is removed by ~despair, and fear by presumption, 70 2, 13 | against ~the Holy Ghost, viz. despair, presumption, impenitence, 71 2, 13 | belongs to unbelief. Now, by despair, a man rejects God's mercy, ~ 72 2, 13 | iii) says ~that "those who despair of pardon for their sins, 73 2, 13 | which hope is removed by "despair"; ~and by fear, arising 74 2, 13 | Reply OBJ 1: The sins of despair and presumption consist, 75 2, 13 | Serm. lxxi): "We should ~despair of no man, so long as Our 76 2, 13 | it would be possible to ~despair of some sinners. Therefore 77 2, 13 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: We should despair of no man in this life, 78 2, 13 | Eph. 2:2) "children of despair" [*'Filios diffidentiae,' ~ 79 2, 16 | OBJ 3: Further, hope and despair are about the same object. 80 2, 16 | Now it is ~possible to despair of another's eternal happiness, 81 2, 16 | lxxi) that we should not ~despair of anyone so long as he 82 2, 16 | between presumption ~and despair. Therefore hope is not a 83 2, 19 | 20] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF DESPAIR (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must 84 2, 19 | the contrary vices; (1) despair; (2) presumption. ~Under 85 2, 19 | of inquiry:~(1) Whether despair is a sin?~(2) Whether it 86 2, 19 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether despair is a sin?~Aquin.: SMT SS 87 2, 19 | OBJ 1: It would seem that despair is not a sin. For every 88 2, 19 | De Lib. Arb. ii, 19). But despair includes no ~conversion 89 2, 19 | fruit" (Mt. 7:18). Now ~despair seems to grow from a good 90 2, 19 | one's own sins. Therefore despair is not a sin.~Aquin.: SMT 91 2, 19 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, if despair were a sin, it would be 92 2, 19 | also for the ~damned to despair. But this is not imputed 93 2, 19 | source of sins. Now such is despair, for the Apostle says ~of 94 2, 19 | covetousness." Therefore despair is not only a sin but also 95 2, 19 | the contrary movement of ~despair, which is in conformity 96 2, 19 | such as hatred of God, ~despair and unbelief, consist principally 97 2, 19 | s ~own sins may lead to despair, in so far as man makes 98 2, 19 | them to be an occasion of despair.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[20] A[ 99 2, 19 | no sin for a wayfarer to despair of obtaining that which 100 2, 19 | if a physician were to despair of healing some sick ~man, 101 2, 19 | man, or if anyone were to despair of ever becoming rich.~Aquin.: 102 2, 19 | 1/1~Whether there can be despair without unbelief?~Aquin.: 103 2, 19 | seem that there can be no despair without unbelief. For ~the 104 2, 19 | pertains to the intellect, but despair, to the ~appetite: and the 105 2, 19 | may suffer a movement of despair, to wit, that for him, ~ 106 2, 19 | In this way there can be despair, just ~as there can be other 107 2, 19 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether despair is the greatest of sins?~ 108 2, 19 | OBJ 1: It would seem that despair is not the greatest of sins. 109 2, 19 | sins. For there ~can be despair without unbelief, as stated 110 2, 19 | spiritual edifice. Therefore despair is not the greatest of sins.~ 111 2, 19 | God is a greater sin than ~despair.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[20] A[ 112 2, 19 | Further, in the sin of despair there is nothing but inordinate ~ 113 2, 19 | conversion. Therefore the sin ~of despair is not more but less grave 114 2, 19 | grievous." Now ~the sin of despair is incurable, according 115 2, 19 | wound,' ~etc.] Therefore despair is a most grievous sin.~ 116 2, 19 | Para. 2/3~Now unbelief, despair and hatred of God are opposed 117 2, 19 | of God and unbelief to ~despair, we shall find that, in 118 2, 19 | goodness itself; whereas despair consists in a man ~ceasing 119 2, 19 | He is in Himself, while ~despair is against Him, according 120 2, 19 | Body Para. 3/3~If, however, despair be compared to the other 121 2, 19 | our point of ~view, then despair is more dangerous, since 122 2, 19 | Nothing is more ~hateful than despair, for the man that has it 123 2, 19 | to ~kill the soul, but to despair is to fall into hell."~Aquin.: 124 2, 19 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether despair arises from sloth?~Aquin.: 125 2, 19 | OBJ 1: It would seem that despair does not arise from sloth. 126 2, 19 | to one same effect. Now despair of the ~future life arises 127 2, 19 | OBJ 2: Further, just as despair is contrary to hope, so 128 2, 19 | Therefore sloth arises from despair, ~and not vice versa.~Aquin.: 129 2, 19 | the ~contrary of which is despair, seems to proceed from the 130 2, 19 | our ~nature?" Therefore despair arises rather from the neglect 131 2, 19 | Moral. xxxi, 45) reckons despair among the ~effects of sloth.~ 132 2, 19 | arduous goods. In this way despair is caused by lust.~Aquin.: 133 2, 19 | the spirit, in this way despair is ~born of sloth.~Aquin.: 134 2, 19 | other passions also. Hence ~despair is born of sloth in a more 135 2, 19 | fall the more easily into despair, ~according to 2 Cor. 2: 136 2, 19 | joy, while on the contrary despair is born of sorrow.~Aquin.: 137 2, 20 | contrary, Just as, through despair, a man despises the Divine ~ 138 2, 20 | mercy is. Therefore, just as despair consists in aversion from 139 2, 20 | 20], A[1]) with regard to despair, ~every appetitive movement 140 2, 20 | false ~intellect, just as despair is: for just as it is false 141 2, 20 | sin, but less grave than despair, since, ~on account of His 142 2, 20 | is contrary to the sin of despair, ~which is directly opposed 143 2, 20 | presumption is opposed to despair. Now despair arises ~from 144 2, 20 | opposed to despair. Now despair arises ~from sorrow, as 145 2, 21 | to be ~found forbidding despair which is contrary to hope. 146 2, 21 | hope suffices to exclude despair, as stated above (A[1], 147 2, 33 | spite, faint-heartedness, despair, sluggishness in regard 148 2, 33 | faint-heartedness" and "despair" may arise from any sin. ~ 149 2, 33 | faint-heartedness, bitterness, despair," ~whereas he states that 150 2, 33 | the end is the result of "despair," while avoidance of those 151 2, 44 | namely, "hatred of God" and "despair of the life to ~come"; thus 152 2, 92 | worship. ~Therefore unbelief, despair and hatred of God, which 153 2, 123 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, all despair arises from fear. But despair 154 2, 123 | despair arises from fear. But despair is opposed not ~to fortitude 155 2, 123 | fear is the beginning of ~despair even as hope is the beginning 156 2, 123 | hope, so on the ~other hand despair proceeds from some kind 157 2, 123 | however, that any kind of despair results from any kind of 158 2, 123 | of the same kind. Now the despair that is opposed to hope ~ 159 2, 127 | hope is directly opposed to despair, ~because the latter is 160 2, 127 | so is ~fear the cause of despair, as stated above when we 161 2, 127 | in so far as it banishes despair.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[129] A[ 162 2, 151 | Further, lust is caused by despair, according to Eph. 4:19, " 163 2, 151 | to lasciviousness." But despair is ~not a capital vice; 164 2, 151 | which hope is removed by despair, so ~that the latter is 165 2, 151 | world and abhorrence or despair of ~a future world." For 166 2, 151 | the other hand there is "despair of a future world," ~because 167 2, 159 | latter, ~the movement of despair. Now it has been stated 168 2, 159 | strengthen the mind against despair, and urge it on to the pursuit 169 2, 159 | strengthening the soul against ~despair. Because the reason for 170 2, 159 | strengthening the soul against despair is ~the acquisition of one' 171 2, 159 | proper good lest man, by despair, render himself ~unworthy 172 2, 160 | to ~great things against despair, so it belongs to humility 173 2, 160 | virtues, such as ~unbelief, despair, hatred of God, murder, 174 2, 160 | weakness. The same applies to despair ~and the like.~Aquin.: SMT 175 2, 187 | happens that people fall into despair and various sins. Therefore 176 3, 36 | not boast, nor the weak ~despair." Nevertheless, there are 177 3, 40 | consequently they did not despair of their own salvation."~ 178 3, 64 | man would be driven to despair, as being unable to avoid 179 3, 84 | sinful, because it ~leads to despair, as the Apostle teaches ( 180 3, 84 | that the sinner might not despair; for this ~reason He is 181 3, 84 | loved be lost," viz. by despair.~ 182 3, 86 | hope of ~pardon, but only despair. Nevertheless no sin of 183 Suppl, 1 | which, fear might lead to despair.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[1] A[1] 184 Suppl, 4 | too long, man fall into ~despair, cowardice, and such like 185 Suppl, 18| punishment, the sick man come ~to despair and turn away altogether 186 Suppl, 28| repentance, lest those should ~despair, who have committed grievous 187 Appen1, 1| sorrow will lead them to despair. Now sorrow of this kind


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