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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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presumption

    Part, Question
1 1, 93 | her own power, and in a presumption of self-conceit."~Aquin.: 2 2, 64 | mean between ~despair and presumption. Likewise faith holds a 3 2, 64 | observes the mean between presumption and despair, in ~relation 4 2, 78 | place to despair, or fear to presumption, he will ~end in sinning 5 2, 108 | Thirdly, we ~must not add presumption to our solicitude; in other 6 2, 1 | this would be an act ~of presumption), but with the help of grace; 7 2, 13 | by ~despair, and fear by presumption, and so on, as we shall 8 2, 13 | Holy Ghost, viz. despair, presumption, impenitence, obstinacy, ~ 9 2, 13 | rejects God's mercy, ~and by presumption, His justice. Therefore 10 2, 13 | which fear is removed by "presumption," when, namely, a ~man presumes 11 2, 13 | The sins of despair and presumption consist, not in ~disbelieving 12 2, 16 | But hope is a mean between presumption ~and despair. Therefore 13 2, 19 | vices; (1) despair; (2) presumption. ~Under the first head there 14 2, 20 | 21] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF PRESUMPTION (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must 15 2, 20 | ARTICLES)~We must now consider presumption, under which head there 16 2, 20 | What is the object in which presumption trusts?~(2) Whether presumption 17 2, 20 | presumption trusts?~(2) Whether presumption is a sin?~(3) To what is 18 2, 20 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether presumption trusts in God or in our 19 2, 20 | OBJ 1: It would seem that presumption, which is a sin against 20 2, 20 | most grievous. Therefore presumption, which is ~reckoned a species 21 2, 20 | sins seem to arise from the presumption whereby man presumes on ~ 22 2, 20 | himself rather than from the presumption whereby he presumes on God, ~ 23 2, 20 | Therefore it seems that presumption which is a sin against the ~ 24 2, 20 | to a mutable ~good. Now presumption is a sin. Therefore it arises 25 2, 20 | hope relies, so, through presumption, he despises the ~Divine 26 2, 20 | in aversion from God, so ~presumption consists in inordinate conversion 27 2, 20 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, Presumption seems to imply immoderate 28 2, 20 | either hope there may be presumption owing to lack ~of moderation. 29 2, 20 | his own power, ~there is presumption if he tends to a good as 30 2, 20 | presume of themselves." This presumption is contrary ~to the virtue 31 2, 20 | power of God, there may ~be presumption through immoderation, in 32 2, 20 | glory without merits. This presumption is, properly, the ~sin against 33 2, 20 | than other sins. Hence ~presumption whereby a man relies on 34 2, 20 | more grievous ~sin than the presumption of trusting in one's own 35 2, 20 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The presumption whereby a man presumes inordinately 36 2, 20 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Presumption on God's mercy implies both 37 2, 20 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether presumption is a sin?~Aquin.: SMT SS 38 2, 20 | OBJ 1: It would seem that presumption is not a sin. For no sin 39 2, 20 | heard by God. Yet, through presumption some are ~heard by God, 40 2, 20 | of Thy mercy." Therefore ~presumption on God's mercy is not a 41 2, 20 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, presumption denotes excessive hope. 42 2, 20 | Therefore it seems that presumption is not a sin.~Aquin.: SMT 43 2, 20 | which seems to indicate presumption. Therefore ~presumption 44 2, 20 | presumption. Therefore ~presumption is not a sin.~Aquin.: SMT 45 2, 20 | in itself and sinful. Now presumption is an appetitive movement, 46 2, 20 | estimate that the movement of presumption is conformed.~Aquin.: SMT 47 2, 20 | Body Para. 2/2~Consequently presumption is a sin, but less grave 48 2, 20 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Presumption sometimes stands for hope, 49 2, 20 | have in God seems to be presumption, if it be ~measured according 50 2, 20 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Presumption does not denote excessive 51 2, 20 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether presumption is more opposed to fear 52 2, 20 | OBJ 1: It would seem that presumption is more opposed to fear 53 2, 20 | opposed to right fear. Now presumption ~seems to pertain to inordinate 54 2, 20 | that "fear is a help to presumption [*Vulg.: ~'Fear is nothing 55 2, 20 | thought.']." ~Therefore presumption is opposed to fear rather 56 2, 20 | distant from one another. Now ~presumption is more distant from fear 57 2, 20 | than from hope, because presumption ~implies movement to something, 58 2, 20 | from a thing. Therefore presumption is contrary to fear rather ~ 59 2, 20 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, presumption excludes fear altogether, 60 2, 20 | one another, it seems that presumption is ~contrary to fear rather 61 2, 20 | fortitude. Now the sin of presumption is contrary to the sin of 62 2, 20 | Therefore it seems that presumption ~also is more directly opposed 63 2, 20 | Body Para. 2/2~Accordingly presumption appears to be manifestly 64 2, 20 | the remission of which presumption hopes for; yet by a kind 65 2, 20 | genera, it follows ~that presumption is more directly opposed 66 2, 20 | object, hope inordinately, presumption ~inordinately.~Aquin.: SMT 67 2, 20 | speaking of good, so is presumption: it is in this way that ~ 68 2, 20 | inordinate fear is called presumption.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[21] A[ 69 2, 20 | within the same genus. Now presumption and hope denote a movement ~ 70 2, 20 | ordinate or inordinate. Hence ~presumption is more directly opposed 71 2, 20 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Presumption is opposed to fear by a 72 2, 20 | specific contrariety. Hence presumption ~excludes fear altogether 73 2, 20 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether presumption arises from vainglory? ~ 74 2, 20 | OBJ 1: It would seem that presumption does not arise from vainglory. 75 2, 20 | arise from vainglory. For ~presumption seems to rely most of all 76 2, 20 | contrary to glory. ~Therefore presumption does not arise from vainglory.~ 77 2, 20 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, presumption is opposed to despair. Now 78 2, 20 | opposites have opposite causes, presumption would seem to arise from ~ 79 2, 20 | 3: Further, the vice of presumption consists in tending to some ~ 80 2, 20 | to be possible. Therefore presumption ~arises from ignorance rather 81 2, 20 | Moral. xxxi, 45) that "presumption of ~novelties is a daughter 82 2, 20 | As stated above (A[1]), presumption is twofold; one ~whereby 83 2, 20 | possible to him. Such like presumption ~clearly arises from vainglory; 84 2, 20 | states ~explicitly that presumption of novelties is a daughter 85 2, 20 | Body Para. 2/3~The other presumption is an inordinate trust in 86 2, 20 | without repentance. Such like presumption seems to arise directly ~ 87 2, 21 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, presumption, in a way, is opposed to 88 2, 21 | contains no prohibition against presumption. Therefore it seems that ~ 89 2, 21 | fear suffices to exclude presumption, even as ~inducement to 90 2, 31 | presumptuous pride; but there is no presumption in ~thinking oneself better 91 2, 51 | rashness. Now ~rashness implies presumption, which pertains to pride. 92 2, 80 | consideration shuts out presumption ~whereby man is hindered 93 2, 95 | would seem to arise from presumption or indiscretion, yet the ~ 94 2, 98 | cure of souls, ~his very presumption renders him unworthy, and 95 2, 125 | daring seems to result from presumption of mind. But presumption 96 2, 125 | presumption of mind. But presumption pertains ~to pride which 97 2, 125 | opposed to the same virtue as presumption ~which is its cause.~Aquin.: 98 2, 128 | 130] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF PRESUMPTION (TWO ARTICLES)~We must now 99 2, 128 | These are three, namely, ~presumption, ambition, and vainglory. 100 2, 128 | of inquiry:~(1) Whether presumption is a sin?~(2) Whether it 101 2, 128 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether presumption is a sin?~Aquin.: SMT SS 102 2, 128 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that presumption is not a sin. For the Apostle 103 2, 128 | But it seems to ~savor of presumption that one should tend to 104 2, 128 | above oneself. ~Therefore presumption is not a sin.~Aquin.: SMT 105 2, 128 | far ~above man. Since then presumption consists essentially in 106 2, 128 | above oneself, it seems that presumption is something praiseworthy, ~ 107 2, 128 | of ourselves." If then ~presumption, by which one strives at 108 2, 128 | which is absurd. Therefore presumption is not a sin.~Aquin.: SMT 109 2, 128 | Ecclus. 37:3): "O wicked presumption, ~whence camest thou?" and 110 2, 128 | will is a sin. Therefore ~presumption is a sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS 111 2, 128 | this is what is meant by presumption, as its ~very name shows. 112 2, 128 | Wherefore it is evident that presumption is a sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS 113 2, 128 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether presumption is opposed to magnanimity 114 2, 128 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that presumption is not opposed to magnanimity 115 2, 128 | magnanimity by ~excess. For presumption is accounted a species of 116 2, 128 | charity. ~Neither therefore is presumption opposed to magnanimity.~ 117 2, 128 | his ability. ~Therefore presumption is not directly opposed 118 2, 128 | something great." Therefore presumption is opposed ~to magnanimity, 119 2, 128 | It is in this way that presumption is opposed to ~magnanimity 120 2, 128 | Reply OBJ 1: It is not every presumption that is accounted a sin 121 2, 128 | mercy. The latter kind of ~presumption, by reason of its matter, 122 2, 128 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Presumption, like magnanimity, seems 123 2, 128 | presumptuous, this kind of presumption is not opposed to ~magnanimity, 124 2, 129 | it on the one side. Now ~presumption is opposed to magnanimity 125 2, 129 | his ability. In this way presumption is opposed to ~magnanimity 126 2, 130 | excess, for in this way ~presumption and ambition are opposed 127 2, 130 | Praesumptio novitatum, literally 'presumption ~of novelties']." For according 128 2, 131 | inanimate. Now ~just as presumption makes a man exceed what 129 2, 131 | commensurate thereto. Wherefore as presumption is a sin, so ~is pusillanimity. 130 2, 131 | unlike magnanimity than presumption is. Therefore ~if pusillanimity 131 2, 131 | more ~grievous sin than presumption: yet this is contrary to 132 2, 131 | Ecclus. 37:3, "O wicked presumption, whence camest thou?" Therefore ~ 133 2, 131 | pusillanimity is a graver ~sin than presumption, since thereby a man withdraws 134 2, 131 | according to Ethic. iv. Presumption, however, ~is stated to 135 2, 139 | But humility ~controls the presumption of immoderate hope. Therefore, 136 2, 148 | opposed to daring, and ~presumption to pusillanimity. But no 137 2, 160 | of great things against presumption. Now ~pusillanimity, if 138 2, 160 | one has committed." Again, presumption whereby one aims at having ~ 139 2, 160 | singularity, arrogance, presumption, defense of one's sins, 140 2, 160 | to which is opposed ~"presumption," whereby a man thinks himself 141 2, 161 | this pertains to the sin of presumption. Therefore it seems that 142 2, 183 | Nevertheless, anyone may, without presumption, desire to do such like ~ 143 2, 187 | order, do so not out ~of presumption that they may appear righteous, 144 3, 1 | order to ~do away with man's presumption, the grace of God is commended 145 3, 28 | an imputation of extreme presumption ~in Joseph, to assume that 146 3, 82 | therefore forbids such ~presumption to continue; and let the 147 3, 83 | he makes excuse ~for his presumption in obeying Christ's command, 148 Suppl, 36| for ~Orders is guilty of presumption and sins mortally. Consequently 149 Suppl, 64| foolish of him to admit ~this presumption if he does see such signs.~


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