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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 19 | and against a kingdom, to root out, and to pull down, ~ 2 1, 20 | presuppose love, as ~their root and origin. For nobody desires 3 1, 43 | missions are united in the root ~which is grace, but are 4 1, 48 | taken away, ~because its root always remains, which is 5 1, 69 | power may reside, whether in root, stem, or fruit, affect 6 1, 77 | as in their principle or root.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[77] A[ 7 1, 43 | missions are united in the root ~which is grace, but are 8 1, 49 | taken away, ~because its root always remains, which is 9 1, 70 | power may reside, whether in root, stem, or fruit, affect 10 1, 76 | as in their principle or root.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[77] A[ 11 1, 77 | genus; but as the common root and principle of the exterior 12 1, 81 | and immovably must be the root and principle of all else 13 1, 94 | two ways. First, ~in its root, which is grace and charity. 14 1, 99 | righteousness. But since the root of original righteousness, ~ 15 1, 103 | Therefore, since it has not root in the air, the light ceases 16 1, 118 | the species remains in its root, which is not ~destroyed. ~ 17 2, 17 | which is most free. ~But the root of liberty is especially 18 2, 17 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The root of liberty is the will as 19 2, 17 | implying that reason is the root of ~liberty.~Aquin.: SMT 20 2, 19 | malice of the will is ~the root of sin. Therefore, since 21 2, 24 | founded on reason as its root, that good ~will be all 22 2, 39 | of reason, which is the root of the virtuous good; but ~ 23 2, 46 | because love is ~the primary root of all the other passions, 24 2, 53 | body, if we ~consider the root itself of the habit, but 25 2, 53 | even as regards the very root of the habit. In like ~manner 26 2, 62 | emotions; and love is the root and cause of ~every emotion, 27 2, 62 | and hope charity. For the root precedes that ~which grows 28 2, 62 | from it. Now charity is the root of all the virtues, ~according 29 2, 62 | charity is the mother and the ~root of all the virtues, inasmuch 30 2, 65 | Further, charity is the root of all the virtues, according 31 2, 65 | founded in charity." Now the root is sometimes ~without branches. 32 2, 65 | Reply OBJ 2: Charity is the root of faith and hope, in so 33 2, 66 | A[2]) that the cause and root of human good is the reason. 34 2, 66 | inordinate sorrow, which is the root of all the above. Wherefore 35 2, 66 | through plucking up the root in this matter. ~It is not, 36 2, 67 | actually, but only in their root, i.e. in the reason and 37 2, 70 | source as from a seed or root, the difference ~between 38 2, 70 | of our emotions and the root of them all, as stated ~ 39 2, 71 | to charity, which is the root of all the ~infused virtues, 40 2, 72 | the will ~which is at the root of every sin. Consequently 41 2, 72 | the desire of money is the root of all evils." Now it is 42 2, 73 | God, is the beginning and root of all the virtues, so ~ 43 2, 73 | city of Babylon, is the root of all sins, as ~Augustine 44 2, 77 | desire of money'] is the root of all evils." Now pride 45 2, 77 | name of "avarice," is ~the root of all sins, shall be explained 46 2, 83 | of original sin. Now the root of this rebellion is seated 47 2, 84 | Whether covetousness is the root of all sins?~(2) Whether 48 2, 84 | Whether covetousness is the root of all sins?~Aquin.: SMT 49 2, 84 | covetousness is not the root of all sins. For ~covetousness, 50 2, 84 | But liberality is not the root of all virtues. ~Therefore 51 2, 84 | covetousness is not the root of all sins.~Aquin.: SMT 52 2, 84 | covetousness is not the root of all sins, but proceeds 53 2, 84 | proceeds from ~some deeper root.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[84] A[ 54 2, 84 | Therefore it is not the root ~of all sins.~Aquin.: SMT 55 2, 84 | desire of money is ~the root of all evil."~Aquin.: SMT 56 2, 84 | sense ~covetousness is the root of all sins, comparing it 57 2, 84 | sins, comparing it to the root of a tree, ~which draws 58 2, 84 | that covetousness is the root of all sins. For ~in that 59 2, 84 | for covetousness is the root of all evils." Hence it 60 2, 84 | special sin, is ~called the root of all sins, in likeness 61 2, 84 | sins, in likeness to the root of a tree, in ~furnishing 62 2, 84 | desire for riches is the root of all sins.~Aquin.: SMT 63 2, 84 | temporal goods, is called the ~root of all sins. But virtue 64 2, 84 | love of God, is called the ~root of the virtues, according 65 2, 84 | money is said to be the root of sins, not as ~though 66 2, 84 | that covetousness is the ~root of all evils, we do not 67 2, 84 | no other evil can be its root, ~but that other evils more 68 2, 84 | beginning of every sin. For ~the root is a beginning of a tree, 69 2, 84 | seems ~to be the same as the root of sin. Now covetousness 70 2, 84 | Now covetousness is the root of every ~sin, as stated 71 2, 84 | covetousness is called the ~"root"; whereas pride regards 72 2, 84 | has the character of a root, and such are riches; so 73 2, 84 | covetousness is said to be the "root" of all evils, as ~stated 74 2, 84 | to an ~animal, what the root is to a plant," as stated 75 2, 84 | covetousness is called the ~"root of all evils," it seems 76 2, 84 | covetousness which is called the "root," and pride ~which is called 77 2, 84 | covetousness or avarice is the root of sin, so ~is pride the 78 2, 84 | covetousness is said to be the root from another point of view, ~ 79 2, 85 | rational nature as on its root, and tends ~to the good 80 2, 85 | destroyed entirely, because the root of this ~inclination always 81 2, 85 | diminishes nor destroys the root of the inclination, as ~ 82 2, 85 | see remains in the very root of his ~nature, inasmuch 83 2, 110 | this manner, but as to the root of ~goodness in man, as 84 2, 110 | as their principle and root.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[110] A[ 85 2, 10 | gathering up the cockle, you root up the wheat also together 86 2, 10 | gathering up the cockle, you root the wheat also together 87 2, 18 | worldly love as from an evil root, for ~which reason worldly 88 2, 18 | good grows from a sinful root. Now servile fear grows ~ 89 2, 18 | fear grows ~from a sinful root, because when commenting 90 2, 18 | by God's wisdom, as the root to the tree: hence it is 91 2, 18 | written ~(Ecclus. 1:25): "The root of wisdom is to fear the 92 2, 18 | longlived." Consequently, as the root is ~said to be virtually 93 2, 19 | which grows from a good root, seems to be no sin, ~because " 94 2, 19 | seems to grow from a good root, viz. fear of God, or from 95 2, 19 | may grow from a virtuous root in two ways: first, ~directly 96 2, 19 | can grow from a virtuous root, for ~in this sense Augustine 97 2, 22 | the love of charity is the root of merit: and, given ~that 98 2, 22 | the other virtues as their root ~and foundation, according 99 2, 22 | founded in charity." ~Now a root or foundation is not the 100 2, 22 | compared to the foundation or root in so far as ~all other 101 2, 22 | that the foundation and root have the character of a ~ 102 2, 24 | himself is ~the form and root of friendship. For if we 103 2, 32 | man, and wherein is the root of sin, so that if a man' 104 2, 33 | which proceeds from a good root is, seemingly, no ~sin. 105 2, 33 | sloth proceeds from a good root, for Cassian says (De Instit. ~ 106 2, 39 | concupiscence as from ~its first root.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[41] A[ 107 2, 51 | appears to proceed from that root of pride, which refuses 108 2, 76 | says (Rm. 11:16): ~"If the root be holy, so are the branches." 109 2, 76 | Therefore likewise if the ~root be rotten so are the branches. 110 2, 76 | are the branches. But the root was infected with usury. ~ 111 2, 76 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The root has not only the character 112 2, 77 | this on account ~of the root from which it grows, although 113 2, 81 | proceeds from charity as its root, the proper object ~of which 114 2, 106 | Lest ~perhaps . . . you root up the wheat . . . suffer 115 2, 106 | love, signifies the primary root of vengeance, in so far 116 2, 106 | proceeds from charity as ~its root, since, according to Gregory ( 117 2, 106 | works, unless charity be the root."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[108] 118 2, 117 | desire of money'] is the root of all ~evils." But it is 119 2, 117 | evils." But it is not the root of prodigality, since this 120 2, 117 | covetousness is ~said to be "the root of all evils," not that 121 2, 128 | Now all that comes of the root of an evil will is a sin. 122 2, 134 | Evang.) "patience is the root and safeguard of all the 123 2, 134 | far as it removes by the root ~the passions that are evoked 124 2, 134 | Patience is said to be the root and safeguard of all the ~ 125 2, 137 | Reply OBJ 2: Charity is the root of all the virtues and gifts, 126 2, 139 | desire of money'] is the root of all evils." ~Therefore 127 2, 146 | from gluttony, or to the root from which gluttony sprang, 128 2, 153 | philargyria}), is the root of all evils." Therefore ~ 129 2, 159 | something regarding the root of humility, namely the 130 2, 159 | plucking out the inward root. It ~is according to this 131 2, 160 | God" because, to wit, the root of pride is found to consist 132 2, 169 | and against a ~kingdom, to root out and to pull down and 133 2, 170 | with regard to its inward root, which is sanctifying grace. ~ 134 2, 170 | life, as regards the first root of this ~goodness.~Aquin.: 135 2, 172 | and against a kingdom, to root out, and to pull down, ~ 136 2, 180 | FS, Q[114], A[4]), the root of merit is ~charity; and, 137 3, 27 | says (Rm. 11:16): "If the root be holy, so ~are the branches." 138 3, 27 | are the branches." Now the root of the children is their 139 3, 35 | shall rise up out of his root"; for "Nazareth" is interpreted " 140 Suppl, 13| whereas in merit we regard the root which is charity: ~wherefore 141 Suppl, 15| should cut out the very root of the sin committed, yet 142 Suppl, 32| to those parts where the root of the disease ~is seated. 143 Suppl, 32| reason, to the part where the root of the ~disease is seated.~ 144 Suppl, 32| heals the disease in its root. Now "from the heart come ~ 145 Suppl, 32| ii). ~Hence the primary root of thought is not the heart, 146 Suppl, 32| power is not the primary root.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[32] A[ 147 Suppl, 41| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The root of merit, as regards the 148 Suppl, 42| by repressing it in its root, and ~thus matrimony affords 149 Suppl, 54| degree in ~respect of the root of consanguinity, since 150 Suppl, 58| this opinion grows from the root of ~unbelief or incredulity, 151 Suppl, 71| of their communion in the root of ~the work, which root 152 Suppl, 71| root of ~the work, which root is charity in meritorious 153 Suppl, 71| has as proceeding from its root, which is charity: and in ~ 154 Suppl, 93| merit. Now charity is the root of ~all merit. Since then 155 Suppl, 93| First, to wit, from its root which is charity, since 156 Suppl, 93| gauge the merit from its root, charity: since sometimes 157 Suppl, 93| reward, if we ~consider the root of merit since the will 158 Suppl, 93| of merit derived from its root; while ~intension of the 159 Suppl, 96| and against a kingdom, to root out ~and to pull down and 160 Appen1, 2| does it diminish it in its root but in its act, as instanced 161 Appen1, 2| with ~which sin has taken root in its subject. Hence it


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