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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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contempt

    Part, Question
1 1, 60 | namely love of self unto the contempt of God has made the earthly 2 1, 60 | while love of God unto the contempt of self has made the heavenly 3 1, 61 | namely love of self unto the contempt of God has made the earthly 4 1, 61 | while love of God unto the contempt of self has made the heavenly 5 1, 91 | her to be subject to man's contempt as his slave, ~and so she 6 2, 47 | angry?~(2) Whether slight or contempt is the sole motive of anger?~( 7 2, 47 | philosophy," and so forth. But contempt of philosophy does not harm 8 2, 47 | he thinks it is ~due to contempt, as though his anger were 9 2, 47 | motive of anger is slight or contempt?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[47] A[ 10 2, 47 | would seem that slight or contempt is not the sole motive of ~ 11 2, 47 | stated in Rhet. ii, 2, viz. "contempt," "despiteful ~treatment," 12 2, 47 | purpose, ~seem to sin from contempt; wherefore we are angry 13 2, 47 | Any other cause, besides contempt, through which a man ~suffers 14 2, 47 | from the notion of injury: contempt or ~slight alone adds to 15 2, 47 | far as they are signs of ~contempt, provoke anger.~Aquin.: 16 2, 47 | or insulted not through contempt but through ignorance, or 17 2, 47 | above (AA[2],3) unmerited contempt more than ~anything else 18 2, 47 | deficiency lessens the unmerited ~contempt, then it does not increase 19 2, 69 | may refer either to the contempt ~of riches, or to the contempt 20 2, 69 | contempt ~of riches, or to the contempt of honors, which results 21 2, 73 | punishment through his contempt of God, which is the origin 22 2, 74 | law, it holds it in actual contempt: and if not, it neglects 23 2, 74 | sin if it be done out of ~contempt. But it would seem impossible 24 2, 74 | deliberately, without contempt. Since then the consent 25 2, 74 | sin, on account of the ~contempt of the Divine law.~Aquin.: 26 2, 74 | does not always amount to ~contempt of the Divine law, but only 27 2, 76 | that case there is less contempt, and therefore less sin.~ 28 2, 77 | self-love, ~amounting to contempt of God, builds up the city 29 2, 77 | inordinate self-love, ~leading to contempt of God, that Augustine ( 30 2, 84 | Secondly, as denoting actual contempt of God, to the effect of 31 2, 84 | denoting an inclination to this contempt, owing to the ~corruption 32 2, 88 | species, e.g. ~disobedience, contempt, or the like.~Aquin.: SMT 33 2, 96 | despised, and those men, from contempt, break into evils worse 34 2, 97 | laws. And those who throw contempt on the customs of the Church 35 2, 102 | are wont to be held in ~contempt among men, that it was forbidden 36 2, 102 | whatever might be an ~object of contempt; secondly, by introducing 37 2, 102 | Wherefore, in order to obviate contempt for the ministers, it was ~ 38 2, 106 | contains matters touching the contempt of the world, ~whereby man 39 2, 10 | unbelief is sinful through contempt of the preaching of ~the 40 2, 10 | preaching of ~the faith. But contempt pertains to the will. Therefore 41 2, 10 | Reply OBJ 2: The will's contempt causes the intellect's dissent, 42 2, 10 | unbelievers ~hold the faith in contempt, if they see the faithful 43 2, 13 | happens that by reason of contempt, that which might have prevented ~ 44 2, 13 | results from a special ~contempt of an effect of the Holy 45 2, 13 | respect of the removal of contempt of those things ~whereby 46 2, 13 | against the Holy Ghost by contempt, both on account of his 47 2, 18 | the love of God unto the contempt of self ~builds up the city 48 2, 23 | first, directly, by actual ~contempt, and, in this way, Peter 49 2, 24 | wicked, and reaches "to the contempt of God," as ~stated in the 50 2, 28 | Further, to be treated with contempt is to be defective. But 51 2, 33 | ungrateful: and from such like contempt results ~sloth, because 52 2, 37 | unbeliever, either because his contempt ~is greater, or because 53 2, 41 | or because he has such ~contempt for his neighbor's spiritual 54 2, 41 | such like scandal with ~contempt. Sometimes scandal proceeds 55 2, 51 | acts precipitately through contempt and rejection of ~the Divine 56 2, 51 | beside the Law and without ~contempt, and without detriment to 57 2, 51 | passion, secondly through contempt of the ~directing rule; 58 2, 51 | to judge rightly ~through contempt or neglect of those things 59 2, 52 | which are committed through contempt.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[54] A[ 60 2, 52 | when negligence is due to contempt.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[54] A[ 61 2, 52 | negligence arise, not from contempt, but from some lack of ~ 62 2, 53 | law, since this implies ~contempt of God. Now "the prudence [ 63 2, 57 | regards the ~intention, since contempt of the common good may lead 64 2, 58 | since it cannot be without ~contempt of one's neighbor. Hence 65 2, 58 | be good, and deserving of contempt if he is judged to be evil. ~ 66 2, 70 | their evil conduct through contempt of a ~good life."~Aquin.: 67 2, 71 | much ~as it implies greater contempt of one's neighbor: even 68 2, 73 | the jest, on ~account of contempt, as stated above.~Aquin.: 69 2, 73 | because it does not imply contempt, but jest. ~Sometimes however 70 2, 73 | however it includes greater contempt than reviling does, as ~ 71 2, 77 | precept as an object of contempt. Secondly, in so far as 72 2, 84 | give rise to scandal ~or contempt, or the like.~Aquin.: SMT 73 2, 84 | Secondly, on account of contempt, wherefore the same ~text 74 2, 90 | religion, through showing contempt of those things that ~pertain 75 2, 92 | grievous on account ~of greater contempt on the part of the sinner.~ 76 2, 95 | vices which pertain to ~contempt or irreverence for God and 77 2, 96 | sin if it be done out of contempt of God. ~Wherefore any action 78 2, 96 | that of its nature, implies contempt of God is a ~mortal sin. 79 2, 96 | its very nature implies contempt of God, ~since, as stated 80 2, 96 | neither is he excused ~from contempt of God. If, however, he 81 2, 98 | who chooses sin through contempt of those things whereby 82 2, 102 | the precept with actual contempt. On the ~other hand, if 83 2, 102 | virtues, whereby he ~holds in contempt some earthly thing in order 84 2, 103 | contrary to a precept, not in contempt of the precept, but ~with 85 2, 103 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Contempt of the commander is a more 86 2, 103 | more grievous sin than ~contempt of his command. Now some 87 2, 103 | disobedience in which there is ~contempt of God's precept, from the 88 2, 103 | disobedience that contains contempt of a man's precept is less 89 2, 103 | sin that directly involves contempt of God, ~such as blasphemy, 90 2, 103 | would be a sin involving ~contempt of God's commandment alone.~ 91 2, 103 | disobedience redounds to the contempt of God just as ~idolatry 92 2, 103 | added: for it is not the contempt of any ~obstacle to sin 93 2, 103 | the Holy Ghost, else the ~contempt of any good would be a sin 94 2, 103 | Holy Ghost ~consists in the contempt of those goods which lead 95 2, 105 | reason either ~of inward contempt, or of the kind of thing 96 2, 114 | to hold up the speaker to contempt.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[116] A[ 97 2, 114 | they proceed from ~greater contempt. In like manner, sins that 98 2, 114 | sometimes from a greater contempt. Hence flattery, through ~ 99 2, 114 | proceeding from greater contempt, is apparently more grievous.~ 100 2, 116 | incurable ~by reason of contempt: for instance, because a 101 2, 122 | faith, ~or rather through contempt of chastity. Wherefore in 102 2, 123 | fear of pain, and fear of contempt." Therefore ~the sin of 103 2, 127 | which indicates the contempt of ~magnanimity, "but he 104 2, 128 | to wit, as it implies ~contempt of something Divine, is 105 2, 128 | Nevertheless, in so far as this ~contempt exceeds the proportion to 106 2, 145 | disobey a commandment through contempt of the lawgiver's ~authority, 107 2, 150 | hold their ~own life in contempt; and those who dwell in 108 2, 151 | Self-love extending to the contempt of God" is the ~origin of 109 2, 159 | oneself to be treated with contempt"; the seventh, "to love 110 2, 160 | any kind of sin, through ~contempt which pertains to pride, 111 2, 160 | Divine commandments through contempt, but sometimes through ignorance. ~ 112 2, 160 | inward act of pride, namely contempt of the ~commandment. For 113 2, 160 | committed, not always through contempt, but ~sometimes through 114 2, 160 | consists ~essentially in the contempt of God, according to Ecclus. 115 2, 160 | sinning," which implies contempt of God.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 116 2, 160 | nature, for its act is the contempt of God. And since that which 117 2, 160 | its arising out of proud contempt, is rendered more grievous 118 2, 161 | wished to rely on himself in contempt of the order ~of the Divine 119 2, 161 | s mercy did not reach to contempt ~of God's justice, wherein 120 2, 167 | sensuous pleasure or in contempt ~of God, and it is to like 121 2, 183 | long a-coming," which shows contempt of God's judgment, "and 122 2, 184 | by omitting them but by contempt of them.~Aquin.: SMT SS 123 2, 184 | 3), provided there be no contempt, as stated above ~(ad 1), 124 2, 184 | life: provided there be no contempt of doing better things, ~ 125 2, 184 | doing better things, ~which contempt sets the mind against spiritual 126 2, 184 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, contempt involves a mortal sin. Now 127 2, 184 | to do seems to sin from contempt. Therefore it ~would seem 128 2, 184 | sin, ~except by reason of contempt, because, as stated above ( 129 2, 184 | perfection, to which ~the contempt of perfection is opposed.~ 130 2, 184 | except either by reason of contempt of the rule (since this 131 2, 184 | and this is set aside by contempt. Yet ~greater precaution 132 2, 184 | neglect, concupiscence, or contempt.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[186] A[ 133 2, 184 | transgression proceeds from contempt when a ~man's will refuses 134 2, 184 | hand, ~he does not sin from contempt, but from some other cause, 135 2, 184 | committed ~through proud contempt." Nevertheless the frequent 136 2, 184 | leads dispositively to contempt, according to the words 137 2, 184 | Secondly, if he sin out of contempt, because thereby he would ~ 138 2, 184 | punishments" who through contempt tramples ~under foot the 139 2, 184 | a religious, not out of contempt, but out of ~weakness or 140 2, 184 | those that are done out of contempt.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[186] A[ 141 2, 184 | addressed, sinned ~not out of contempt, but out of a certain weakness 142 2, 184 | just sin not easily out of contempt; but sometimes they ~fall 143 2, 184 | so far as to sin out of contempt, they become ~most wicked 144 2, 185 | however, it is a sign of the ~contempt of riches and worldly ostentation. 145 2, 185 | your coarse robe prove your contempt of the world, yet so that 146 2, 185 | state of penance and of contempt of worldly glory.~Aquin.: 147 2, 185 | appearance of good, namely of the contempt ~of worldly glory. Hence 148 2, 185 | behavior is motivated by contempt of ~excessive dress or by 149 2, 185 | profession whereby they profess contempt of the world.~ 150 2, 186 | love of God ~extending to contempt of self" [*Augustine, De 151 3, 41 | pleasure and idolatrous contempt of God.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 152 3, 41 | extent of holding God in contempt. And so ~in the first two 153 3, 60 | sin from negligence or contempt.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[60] A[ 154 3, 65 | unavoidable obstacle, and not his contempt for ~religion, debar him 155 3, 65 | further on ~(Q[68], A[2]). But contempt of religion in any sacrament 156 3, 65 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Although contempt of any of the sacraments 157 3, 65 | yet it does not amount to contempt of the sacrament, if ~anyone 158 3, 65 | Matrimony, would be guilty of contempt of those sacraments.~ 159 3, 68 | which clearly indicates ~contempt of the sacrament, in regard 160 3, 70 | who failed to obey through contempt.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[70] A[ 161 3, 72 | it be not omitted out of contempt.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[72] A[ 162 3, 72 | except perhaps through ~contempt; but that this would be 163 3, 80 | lighter than one arising from contempt, or from sure knowledge; 164 3, 80 | in them who from actual ~contempt and with consciousness of 165 3, 80 | in sin; and shows greater contempt towards Christ Who is ~in 166 3, 84 | sinner seems to sin more from contempt, and because ~by sinning 167 3, 88 | neighbor, ~apostasy from faith, contempt of confession and regret 168 3, 88 | for supposing an equal contempt of the favor, or an equal ~ 169 3, 88 | from the measure of the contempt or of the offense, ~as stated 170 3, 88 | sinner commits a sin in contempt of God and of the ~favor 171 3, 88 | account of its implying contempt of God, his ~ingratitude 172 3, 88 | not every sin implies contempt of God in His ~commandments. 173 Suppl, 6 | obstacle, and not through contempt. Consequently those ~sacraments 174 Suppl, 6 | says (De Sacram. ii): "The contempt of confession is ~inexcusable, 175 Suppl, 6 | everyone is ~bound to avoid contempt. Therefore everyone is bound 176 Suppl, 6 | off being baptized through contempt, or some like motive, the ~ 177 Suppl, 14| that a man sins from less contempt, and indeed is drawn away ~ 178 Suppl, 23| Divine worship, or through contempt of the Church.~Aquin.: SMT 179 Suppl, 24| contumacy. But when, ~through contempt of the excommunication, 180 Suppl, 28| frequency bring it into contempt. Secondly, on ~account of 181 Suppl, 28| orders should be an object of contempt. Thus deference is given ~ 182 Suppl, 40| off, thus signifying their contempt of temporal things, ~although 183 Suppl, 40| which cover the feet, his contempt of earthly things; the ~" 184 Appen1, 1| sins, but also for their contempt of Baptism; of the ~second,


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