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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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vainglory

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1 2, 18 | a man gives an alms from vainglory; and conversely, an evil ~ 2 2, 18 | instance, to give alms from ~vainglory. Therefore actions are not 3 2, 18 | end: thus to the end of vainglory, actions of various virtues 4 2, 19 | Thus suppose a man to seek vainglory, he will ~sin, whether he 5 2, 19 | whether he does his duty for vainglory or whether he omit to do 6 2, 19 | evil end, for instance, to vainglory ~or covetousness, by willing 7 2, 19 | an alms ~for the sake of vainglory, he wills that which is 8 2, 20 | thus the giving of alms for vainglory ~is said to be evil. Now, 9 2, 20 | continuously, intending at first ~vainglory, and afterwards the service 10 2, 64 | superstition, or again for ~vainglory, it will be in excess. And 11 2, 74 | unpremeditated movement of vainglory will arise. ~Consequently, 12 2, 84 | seven capital vices, ~viz. vainglory, envy, anger, sloth, covetousness, 13 2, 84 | sought inordinately by "vainglory." Secondly, ~there is the 14 2, 84 | desired by "pride" or ~"vainglory." Secondly, it implies satiety, 15 2, 88 | a man gives an alms for vainglory. Much more, ~therefore, 16 2, 89 | man's soul a movement of vainglory which should have been ~ 17 2, 89 | been ~checked." Now the vainglory which preceded man's defeat, 18 2, 89 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: This vainglory which preceded man's downfall, 19 2, 89 | outward act of sin. This vainglory was followed, in the man, 20 2, 89 | doubt, for she gave ~way to vainglory, merely through hearing 21 2, 96 | to his own cupidity or vainglory - or in respect of the author, 22 2, 10 | presumptuous innovations arise from vainglory."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[10] A[ 23 2, 20 | presumption arises from vainglory? ~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[21] A[ 24 2, 20 | presumption does not arise from vainglory. For ~presumption seems 25 2, 20 | presumption does not arise from vainglory.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[21] A[ 26 2, 20 | ignorance rather than from vainglory.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[21] A[ 27 2, 20 | novelties is a daughter of vainglory."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[21] A[ 28 2, 20 | presumption ~clearly arises from vainglory; for it is owing to a great 29 2, 20 | novelties is a daughter of vainglory.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[21] A[ 30 2, 34 | not be made desirous ~of vainglory, provoking one another, 31 2, 34 | envy is the daughter of vainglory; for the Philosopher says ( 32 2, 34 | first offspring of pride is vainglory, which by corrupting the 33 2, 34 | envy manifestly arises from vainglory, that ~it is not reckoned 34 2, 35 | Whether it is a daughter of vainglory?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[37] A[ 35 2, 35 | discord is a daughter of vainglory?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[37] A[ 36 2, 35 | discord is not a daughter of vainglory. For ~anger is a vice distinct 37 2, 35 | is a vice distinct from vainglory. Now discord is apparently 38 2, 35 | it is not a daughter of vainglory.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[37] A[ 39 2, 35 | i.e. envy, rather than from vainglory.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[37] A[ 40 2, 35 | rather than a daughter of vainglory.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[37] A[ 41 2, 35 | it is due ~to pride and vainglory. Therefore discord, whereby 42 2, 35 | reckoned to be a ~daughter of vainglory.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[37] A[ 43 2, 35 | which arises from pride or ~vainglory, for the reason given above.~ 44 2, 35 | respect it is caused by vainglory. And since in every moment 45 2, 35 | accounted a daughter of ~vainglory rather than of envy, though 46 2, 36 | Whether it is a daughter of vainglory?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[38] A[ 47 2, 36 | contention is a daughter of vainglory?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[38] A[ 48 2, 36 | contention is not a daughter of vainglory. For ~contention is akin 49 2, 36 | the matter of ~pride and vainglory, according to 1 Cor. 8:1: " 50 2, 36 | contention is not a daughter of ~vainglory.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[38] A[ 51 2, 36 | discord is a daughter of ~vainglory, because each of the disaccording 52 2, 36 | is proper to pride ~and vainglory to seek one's own glory. 53 2, 36 | is reckoned a daughter of vainglory for the same reason as ~ 54 2, 36 | it is ~akin to pride and vainglory, because, to wit, he clings 55 2, 36 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Pride and vainglory are occasioned chiefly by 56 2, 36 | direct ~effects of pride or vainglory, should not result from 57 2, 39 | a daughter of pride or ~vainglory which makes a man boast 58 2, 39 | discord is a daughter of ~vainglory, as stated above (Q[37], 59 2, 39 | the result of ~anger or vainglory, are not the direct but 60 2, 39 | strife is the daughter of ~vainglory properly and directly.~ 61 2, 42 | not be made desirous of ~vainglory, provoking one another, 62 2, 53 | thereto, such as pride and ~vainglory. Therefore the aforesaid 63 2, 94 | an alms for the ~sake of vainglory. Now the observances of 64 2, 103| disobedience is born of ~vainglory. But vainglory is not a 65 2, 103| born of ~vainglory. But vainglory is not a mortal sin. Neither 66 2, 103| 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Vainglory desires display of excellence. 67 2, 103| disobedience arises from vainglory. But there is nothing to 68 2, 105| both in order to avoid vainglory, ~as when Blessed Nicolas 69 2, 109| the acquisition of gain or vainglory: wherefore a ~gloss on Job 70 2, 109| Therefore since covetousness or vainglory is not directly opposed ~ 71 2, 109| Further, hypocrisy is born of vainglory, as Gregory says (Moral. 72 2, 109| Moral. xxxi, ~17). But vainglory is not always a mortal sin. 73 2, 110| that boasting arises from ~vainglory. Now pride and vainglory 74 2, 110| vainglory. Now pride and vainglory are opposed to the virtue 75 2, 110| Gregory, it arises from vainglory ~considered as its end.~ 76 2, 110| contrary, Boasting arises from vainglory, according to Gregory ~( 77 2, 110| Moral. xxxi, 17). Now vainglory is not always a mortal sin, 78 2, 110| the desire of gain or of vainglory: and ~then if it proceeds 79 2, 110| from pride or from such vainglory as is a mortal sin, ~then 80 2, 113| praise should incite him to ~vainglory, wherefore it is written, ( 81 2, 113| please men for the sake of ~vainglory or gain, or to please them 82 2, 128| presumption, ambition, and vainglory. Secondly, we shall consider ~ 83 2, 130| 132] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF VAINGLORY (FIVE ARTICLES)~We must 84 2, 130| ARTICLES)~We must now consider vainglory: under which head there 85 2, 130| Therefore the desire of vainglory is not a sin.~Aquin.: SMT 86 2, 130| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether vainglory is opposed to magnanimity?~ 87 2, 130| 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that vainglory is not opposed to magnanimity. 88 2, 130| as ~stated above (A[1]), vainglory consists in glorying in 89 2, 130| to magnanimity. Therefore vainglory is not opposed to ~magnanimity.~ 90 2, 130| Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, vainglory is not, like pusillanimity, 91 2, 130| seems inconsistent with ~vainglory. Nor is it opposed to it 92 2, 130| and these differ from vainglory. Therefore ~vainglory is 93 2, 130| from vainglory. Therefore ~vainglory is not opposed to magnanimity.~ 94 2, 130| contention, neither by vainglory," says: "Some among them 95 2, 130| another for the sake of ~vainglory." But contention [*Cf. Q[ 96 2, 130| magnanimity. ~Neither therefore is vainglory.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[132] A[ 97 2, 130| He that is desirous of vainglory does in truth fall short ~ 98 2, 130| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether vainglory is a mortal sin?~Aquin.: 99 2, 130| 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that vainglory is a mortal sin. For nothing 100 2, 130| except a mortal sin. Now vainglory precludes the ~eternal reward: 101 2, 130| is in heaven." Therefore vainglory is a ~mortal sin.~Aquin.: 102 2, 130| mortally. Now by desiring vainglory, a man appropriates to ~ 103 2, 130| honor and glory." Therefore vainglory is a mortal sin.~Aquin.: 104 2, 130| dangerous and ~harmful. Now vainglory is a sin of this kind, because 105 2, 130| Hom. xix in Matth.) that "vainglory ~enters secretly, and robs 106 2, 130| possessions." ~Therefore vainglory is a mortal sin.~Aquin.: 107 2, 130| the servants of the devil, vainglory finds a place even in ~the 108 2, 130| no mortal sin. ~Therefore vainglory is not a mortal sin.~Aquin.: 109 2, 130| charity. Now the sin of ~vainglory, considered in itself, does 110 2, 130| Para. 2/3~In another way vainglory may be contrary to charity, 111 2, 130| be done for ~the sake of vainglory, even though that vainglory 112 2, 130| vainglory, even though that vainglory be not a mortal sin. On ~ 113 2, 130| eternal reward simply through ~vainglory, and not merely in respect 114 2, 130| merely in respect of one act, vainglory is a mortal ~sin.~Aquin.: 115 2, 130| man that is desirous of vainglory, desires the ~excellence 116 2, 130| 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Vainglory is stated to be a dangerous 117 2, 130| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether vainglory is a capital vice?~Aquin.: 118 2, 130| 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that vainglory is not a capital vice. For 119 2, 130| seemingly not capital. But vainglory ~always arises from pride. 120 2, 130| arises from pride. Therefore vainglory is not a capital vice. ~ 121 2, 130| therefore is the desire of vainglory.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[132] A[ 122 2, 130| certain prominence. But vainglory ~seems to have no prominence, 123 2, 130| man himself. Therefore ~vainglory is not a capital vice.~Aquin.: 124 2, 130| Gregory (Moral. xxxi) numbers vainglory among the seven ~capital 125 2, 130| and these do not place vainglory ~among the capital vices. 126 2, 130| queen of all the vices, and vainglory, which is the immediate ~ 127 2, 130| thereof, it follows that ~vainglory is a capital vice.~Aquin.: 128 2, 130| 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Vainglory stands prominent under the 129 2, 130| Whether the daughters of vainglory are suitably reckoned to 130 2, 130| seems that the daughters of vainglory are unsuitably reckoned ~ 131 2, 130| pride does not arise from ~vainglory, rather is it the other 132 2, 130| among the daughters ~of vainglory.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[132] A[ 133 2, 130| capital vice condivided with vainglory. Therefore ~it seems that 134 2, 130| are not the daughters of vainglory.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[132] A[ 135 2, 130| Hom. xix in Matth.) that vainglory is ~always evil, but especially 136 2, 130| reckoned as a daughter of vainglory.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[132] A[ 137 2, 130| assigns the above daughters to vainglory.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[132] A[ 138 2, 130| daughters. Now the ~end of vainglory is the manifestation of 139 2, 130| thus it is the result of vainglory.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[132] A[ 140 2, 130| except in ~conjunction with vainglory, in that a man thinks it 141 2, 130| 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Vainglory is reproved in connection 142 2, 130| apparent in one who prefers vainglory to ~the good of his neighbor, 143 2, 133| 2. But this belongs to ~vainglory, which is opposed to magnanimity, 144 2, 133| of ~another vice, such as vainglory or any other.~ 145 2, 136| pertinacity arises from vainglory. But ~vainglory is not opposed 146 2, 136| arises from vainglory. But ~vainglory is not opposed to perseverance 147 2, 136| wherefore this is the result of vainglory as its cause. Now it has 148 2, 151| when we were treating ~of vainglory, pride is accounted the 149 2, 160| is apparently the same as vainglory, since both ~covet excellence. 150 2, 160| both ~covet excellence. Now vainglory is reckoned a capital vice. 151 2, 160| Pride is not the same as vainglory, but is the cause ~thereof: 152 2, 160| excellence inordinately: while vainglory covets ~the outward show 153 2, 167| exceeds his estate) "save for vainglory." ~Secondly, when a man 154 2, 185| exhales pleasure, the other ~vainglory." Therefore, since vainglory 155 2, 185| vainglory." Therefore, since vainglory is a graver sin than the 156 2, 185| Thirdly, on account of ~vainglory; thus Augustine says (cf. 157 2, 186| difficult.'" The third is ~vainglory or elation which results 158 3, 41 | to tempt Him to pride or vainglory. Therefore it was ~inconsistent 159 3, 41 | be ~contrary to pride or vainglory, which always seeks to rise.~ 160 3, 41 | with three, viz. gluttony, vainglory, and covetousness. ~Therefore 161 3, 41 | still tempted to ~pride or vainglory: since pride "worms itself 162 3, 41 | place to the temptation to vainglory in the ~Temple, especially 163 3, 41 | Secondly [he tempted him] to vainglory by ~saying: "Your eyes shall 164 3, 41 | show, which pertains to ~vainglory. Thirdly, he led the temptation 165 3, 41 | sometimes cupidity arises from vainglory, sometimes the ~reverse


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