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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 2, 17 | vice: as ~in the case of gluttony and lust, and their contrary 2 2, 72 | called ~carnal sins, e.g. gluttony, which consists in the pleasures 3 2, 72 | whereas the pleasure of gluttony, although ~carnal, does 4 2, 72 | species are assigned to gluttony, according to ~the words 5 2, 72 | In the various species of gluttony there are various ~motives, 6 2, 82 | viz. pride, ~disobedience, gluttony, and so forth; or by several 7 2, 83 | from the will consenting to gluttony, ~concupiscence of food 8 2, 84 | or in order to sate his gluttony. Therefore it is not the 9 2, 84 | anger, sloth, covetousness, gluttony, lust. For ~sins are opposed 10 2, 84 | since pleasure belongs to gluttony and lust, and sadness to 11 2, 84 | pursued ~inordinately by "gluttony," or the preservation of 12 2, 84 | 7; x, 6,7,[8] and ~this "gluttony" and "lust" pursue.~Aquin.: 13 2, 100 | the prohibition of acts of gluttony is ~left to paternal admonition, 14 2, 103 | but in order to prevent gluttony. Thus Jerome says on Ezech. ~ 15 2, 103 | those priests who from gluttony did not keep these precepts."~ 16 2, 103 | these and more conducive ~to gluttony, there seems no reason why 17 2, 10 | concupiscible ~is the principle of gluttony and lust, wherefore these 18 2, 14 | among the sins arising from gluttony.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[15] A[ 19 2, 14 | dulness of sense arises from gluttony, and ~that blindness of 20 2, 14 | dulness of sense ~arises from gluttony and blindness of mind from 21 2, 14 | Now carnal vices, namely gluttony and lust, are concerned 22 2, 14 | however, by lust than by gluttony, forasmuch as sexual pleasures ~ 23 2, 14 | dulness of sense arises from gluttony, which ~makes a man weak 24 2, 116 | this pertains properly to ~gluttony and lust, of which the Apostle 25 2, 144 | opposite vice ~which is gluttony. Under the first head there 26 2, 144 | but also against those of gluttony: ~since by abstaining a 27 2, 144 | overcoming the onslaughts of ~gluttony, which increase in force 28 2, 146 | 148] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF GLUTTONY (SIX ARTICLES)~We must now 29 2, 146 | ARTICLES)~We must now consider gluttony. Under this head there are 30 2, 146 | of ~inquiry:~(1) Whether gluttony is a sin?~(2) Whether it 31 2, 146 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether gluttony is a sin?~Aquin.: SMT SS 32 2, 146 | OBJ 1: It would seem that gluttony is not a sin. For our Lord 33 2, 146 | mouth defileth a man." Now ~gluttony regards food which goes 34 2, 146 | defiles a man, it seems that gluttony is not a sin.~Aquin.: SMT 35 2, 146 | lxxi, ad ~Lucin.]. Now gluttony is immoderation in food; 36 2, 146 | than necessary?" Therefore ~gluttony is not a sin.~Aquin.: SMT 37 2, 146 | would be sinful. Therefore gluttony is not a sin.~Aquin.: SMT 38 2, 146 | enemy is sin. Therefore gluttony is a sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS 39 2, 146 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Gluttony denotes, not any desire 40 2, 146 | Wherefore it is evident that gluttony is a sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS 41 2, 146 | stated above, the vice of gluttony does not regard the ~substance 42 2, 146 | this pertains, not to ~gluttony, but to some kind of inexperience. 43 2, 146 | inexperience. It is a case of gluttony only ~when a man knowingly 44 2, 146 | appetite that the vice of gluttony ~consists. Hence the first 45 2, 146 | Hence the first movement of gluttony denotes inordinateness in ~ 46 2, 146 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether gluttony is a mortal sin? ~Aquin.: 47 2, 146 | OBJ 1: It would seem that gluttony is not a mortal sin. For 48 2, 146 | apparently, does ~not apply to gluttony. Therefore gluttony is not 49 2, 146 | apply to gluttony. Therefore gluttony is not a mortal sin.~Aquin.: 50 2, 146 | above ~(Q[132], A[3]). But gluttony is not opposed to charity, 51 2, 146 | one's neighbor. ~Therefore gluttony is never a mortal sin.~Aquin.: 52 2, 146 | sins." But this pertains to gluttony. Therefore ~gluttony is 53 2, 146 | to gluttony. Therefore ~gluttony is accounted among the lesser, 54 2, 146 | As long as the ~vice of gluttony has a hold on a man, all 55 2, 146 | by mortal sin. ~Therefore gluttony is a mortal sin.~Aquin.: 56 2, 146 | above (A[1]), the vice of gluttony properly ~consists in inordinate 57 2, 146 | inordinate concupiscence in ~gluttony be found to turn man away 58 2, 146 | away from the last end, gluttony will be a ~mortal sin. This 59 2, 146 | adheres to the pleasure of gluttony ~as his end, for the sake 60 2, 146 | concupiscence in the vice of gluttony be found to ~affect only 61 2, 146 | Reply OBJ 1: The vice of gluttony becomes a mortal sin by 62 2, 146 | away from his last end, gluttony ~is opposed to the love 63 2, 146 | only in this respect is gluttony a mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT 64 2, 146 | saying of Augustine refers to gluttony as denoting ~inordinate 65 2, 146 | 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Gluttony is said to bring virtue 66 2, 146 | the belly is distended by gluttony, ~the virtues of the soul 67 2, 146 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether gluttony is the greatest of sins?~ 68 2, 146 | OBJ 1: It would seem that gluttony is the greatest of sins. 69 2, 146 | punishment. ~Now the sin of gluttony is most grievously punished, 70 2, 146 | Hom. xiii in Matth.]: "Gluttony turned Adam out of Paradise, 71 2, 146 | turned Adam out of Paradise, gluttony ~it was that drew down the 72 2, 146 | etc. Therefore the sin of gluttony is the greatest of all.~ 73 2, 146 | the most powerful. Now ~gluttony is apparently the cause 74 2, 146 | pride are the first-born of gluttony." Therefore gluttony ~is 75 2, 146 | of gluttony." Therefore gluttony ~is the greatest of sins.~ 76 2, 146 | Now man, by the vice of gluttony, inflicts an ~injury on 77 2, 146 | have perished." Therefore gluttony is the greatest of sins, 78 2, 146 | of the flesh, among which gluttony is ~reckoned, are less culpable 79 2, 146 | From this point of view gluttony is not the greatest sin, 80 2, 146 | point ~of view the sin of gluttony is diminished rather than 81 2, 146 | follows, and in this way gluttony has a ~certain gravity, 82 2, 146 | vices that ~resulted from gluttony, or to the root from which 83 2, 146 | or to the root from which gluttony sprang, rather ~than to 84 2, 146 | sprang, rather ~than to gluttony itself. For the first man 85 2, 146 | he went on to an act of gluttony: while the ~deluge and the 86 2, 146 | for sins ~occasioned by gluttony.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[148] A[ 87 2, 146 | the sins that ~result from gluttony. Nor is a cause necessarily 88 2, 146 | be a direct cause: and gluttony is not the direct cause 89 2, 146 | directly affect the gravity of gluttony, ~the guilt of which is 90 2, 146 | 1~Whether the species of gluttony are fittingly distinguished?~ 91 2, 146 | seems that the species of gluttony are unfittingly ~distinguished 92 2, 146 | xxx, 18): "The vice of gluttony ~tempts us in five ways. 93 2, 146 | Therefore the species of gluttony are not distinguished ~according 94 2, 146 | circumstance, so is place. If then gluttony ~admits of one species in 95 2, 146 | therefore, are the species of gluttony distinguished thus.~Aquin.: 96 2, 146 | As stated above (A[1]), gluttony denotes inordinate ~concupiscence 97 2, 146 | the various ~species of gluttony, on account of the various 98 2, 146 | cause a different species of gluttony.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[148] A[ 99 2, 146 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether gluttony is a capital vice?~Aquin.: 100 2, 146 | OBJ 1: It would seem that gluttony is not a capital vice. For 101 2, 146 | which is the matter of gluttony, has not the aspect ~of 102 2, 146 | nourishment. Therefore gluttony is not a capital vice.~Aquin.: 103 2, 146 | But this does not apply to gluttony, which, in respect of ~its 104 2, 146 | is apparently the least gluttony is ~not a capital vice.~ 105 2, 146 | is a greater vice than gluttony, and is about greater pleasures. ~ 106 2, 146 | greater pleasures. ~Therefore gluttony is not a capital vice.~Aquin.: 107 2, 146 | Moral. xxxi, 45) reckons gluttony among the ~capital vices.~ 108 2, 146 | 8. Therefore the vice of gluttony, being ~about pleasures 109 2, 146 | is for ~his mouth." Yet gluttony seems to be about pleasures 110 2, 146 | two capital vices, ~namely gluttony and lust. On the other hand, 111 2, 146 | are fittingly assigned to gluttony?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[148] A[ 112 2, 146 | unfittingly assigned to ~gluttony, to wit, "unseemly joy, 113 2, 146 | reckoned to be daughters ~of gluttony.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[148] A[ 114 2, 146 | particularly the result of ~gluttony would seem to be connected 115 2, 146 | reckoned among the daughters of gluttony.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[148] A[ 116 2, 146 | among the daughters ~of gluttony.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[148] A[ 117 2, 146 | assigns these daughters to ~gluttony.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[148] A[ 118 2, 146 | stated above (AA[1],2,3), gluttony consists properly ~in an 119 2, 146 | reckoned among the daughters of gluttony, which are the results of ~ 120 2, 146 | reckon as a daughter of gluttony, "dullness of sense in the ~ 121 2, 146 | matters arises chiefly from gluttony, for the reason given ~above.~ 122 2, 146 | proceeds from the act of gluttony, and not from ~the lustful 123 2, 147 | Further, abstinence and gluttony are about pleasures of touch 124 2, 148 | and is comprised under gluttony as a species under its genus. 125 2, 148 | species under its genus. For ~gluttony is divided into "surfeiting [ 126 2, 148 | belongs to the ~vice of gluttony, which is not always a mortal 127 2, 151 | uncleanness is a daughter of gluttony, according to Gregory ~( 128 2, 151 | is reckoned a daughter of gluttony is a certain ~uncleanness 129 2, 151 | reply that it is ~caused by gluttony materially - in so far as 130 2, 151 | materially - in so far as gluttony provides the bodily ~matter 131 2, 152 | life, wherefore the act of gluttony ~is not a mortal sin by 132 2, 152 | which is also the case in gluttony, but also because he acts 133 2, 152 | not ~reckoned a species of gluttony, or of any other similar 134 2, 161 | Christ was first tempted to gluttony, as ~appears from Mt. 4: 135 2, 161 | first sin was not pride but gluttony.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[163] A[ 136 2, 161 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Gluttony also had a place in the 137 2, 161 | pride. ~Hence the sin of gluttony resulted from the sin of 138 2, 165 | not curiosity but lust or ~gluttony. Therefore seemingly neither 139 2, 165 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Lust and gluttony are about pleasures arising 140 2, 166 | 17) calls a daughter of gluttony. Wherefore it is written ~( 141 2, 168 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Gluttony is not directly opposed 142 2, 187 | withdraw man from sins of gluttony and ~lust and all other 143 3, 41 | only deals with three, viz. gluttony, vainglory, and covetousness. ~ 144 3, 41 | self-support is not the ~sin of gluttony; but if a man do anything 145 3, 41 | can pertain to the sin of gluttony. Now it is ~inordinate for 146 3, 83 | owing to drunkenness or gluttony, anyone vomits up the ~Eucharist, 147 Suppl, 15| carnal ~delectation, as gluttony and lust. and, another which


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