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weakly 5
weakness 246
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wealth 113
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weaned 6
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113 pleasant
113 relating
113 servile
113 wealth
112 blessing
112 communion
112 counsels
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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wealth

    Part, Question
1 1, 39 | creatures His immense bounty and wealth." Thus it is clear ~how " 2 1, 39 | creatures His immense bounty and wealth." Thus it is clear ~how " 3 2, 2 | Whether happiness consists in wealth?~(2) Whether in honor?~( 4 2, 2 | s happiness consists in wealth?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[2] A[1] 5 2, 2 | s happiness consists in wealth. For since ~happiness is 6 2, 2 | affections. Now this is wealth: for it is written ~(Eccles. 7 2, 2 | s happiness ~consists in wealth.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[2] A[1] 8 2, 2 | Therefore ~happiness consists in wealth.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[2] A[1] 9 2, 2 | Therefore happiness consists in wealth.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[2] A[1] 10 2, 2 | Boethius says (De Consol. ii), "wealth shines in ~giving rather 11 2, 2 | happiness does not consist in ~wealth.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[2] A[1] 12 2, 2 | happiness to consist in ~wealth. For wealth is twofold, 13 2, 2 | consist in ~wealth. For wealth is twofold, as the Philosopher 14 2, 2 | and artificial. Natural wealth is that which serves man 15 2, 2 | such like, while artificial wealth is that which is not a ~ 16 2, 2 | cannot consist in natural wealth. ~For wealth of this kind 17 2, 2 | in natural wealth. ~For wealth of this kind is sought for 18 2, 2 | 3 ~And as to artificial wealth, it is not sought save for 19 2, 2 | for the sake of ~natural wealth; since man would not seek 20 2, 2 | end of man, to consist in ~wealth.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[2] A[1] 21 2, 2 | the desire for artificial ~wealth is infinite, for it is the 22 2, 2 | 3). Yet ~this desire for wealth is infinite otherwise than 23 2, 2 | Whereas in the desire for wealth and ~for whatsoever temporal 24 2, 4 | instance, food ~and drink, wealth and a kingdom: for it is 25 2, 4 | the ~delight of Happiness; wealth, the sufficiency of God 26 2, 12 | clothing is included in wealth, ~as in something common 27 2, 12 | who ~intends to acquire wealth, from intending both the 28 2, 42 | unexpectedly ~from penury to wealth, he thinks more of his wealth 29 2, 42 | wealth, he thinks more of his wealth on account of his ~previous 30 2, 43 | from contrary causes. But "wealth, ~strength, a multitude 31 2, 45 | of dangers, abundance of wealth, and the like; or ~they 32 2, 48 | is possessed of honor or wealth, suffers a loss ~therein, 33 2, 64 | matters, and poverty ~from all wealth, for a right end, and in 34 2, 69 | They spend their ~days in wealth." Therefore neither do the 35 2, 75 | which is ~often about the wealth a man has amassed together. 36 2, 100 | adultery and the usefulness of wealth, in ~so far as they have 37 2, 105 | nor wives, nor immense wealth: because ~through craving 38 2, 105 | king to have superabundant wealth to ~make too much show of 39 2, 108 | things: viz. in external wealth pertaining to the "concupiscence ~ 40 2, 18 | the end that he seeks is wealth, wherefore ~covetousness 41 2, 18 | the desire or the love of wealth, ~and this is evil. Accordingly 42 2, 29 | more ready to part with his wealth. Hence, if a man ~makes 43 2, 30 | that hath ~abundance of wealth, watch lest he slacken his 44 2, 30 | ransom of captives. And the wealth with which we relieve the ~ 45 2, 30 | various allurements ~of wealth." Or, because "among the 46 2, 30 | We should not lavish ~our wealth on others all at once, we 47 2, 30 | a man to lavish all ~his wealth at once, except when he 48 2, 48 | to a particular end, viz. wealth, according to Ethic. i, 49 2, 56 | an immoderate desire for wealth. Since, however, ~external 50 2, 59 | an oligarchy according to wealth, in a democracy ~according 51 2, 59 | distributive ~justice is one of "wealth or of honors, or of whatever 52 2, 61 | made to God's image, but wealth," so that, wealth not ~being 53 2, 61 | image, but wealth," so that, wealth not ~being a due cause of 54 2, 61 | honored merely for their ~wealth, it will be the sin of respect 55 2, 69 | that ~hath abundance of wealth watch lest he slacken his 56 2, 71 | name takes precedence ~of wealth because it is more akin 57 2, 76 | in reward an abundance of wealth, so that they ~would be 58 2, 110 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Wealth also causes boasting, in 59 2, 115 | by means of riches, and wealth ~contributes to happiness 60 2, 115 | make use of any kind of ~wealth. Now natural riches are 61 2, 122 | exile, or ~forfeiture of his wealth, except in so far as these 62 2, 130 | sake, such as ~power and wealth. Likewise it is inconsistent 63 2, 133 | to make a ~show of their wealth, as stated in Ethic. iv, 64 2, 143 | apparently consists in external wealth. ~According to Ecclus. 11: 65 2, 143 | not consist in external wealth. Therefore honesty is not 66 2, 143 | because the excellence of wealth is commonly regarded ~as 67 2, 143 | opinion of ~the many who honor wealth: or because they are intended 68 2, 145 | loves not many words, deems wealth superfluous, scorns ~pride, 69 2, 150 | man has squandered all his wealth he does not recover his ~ 70 2, 153 | incontinent in regard to wealth, or honor and ~so forth. 71 2, 164 | about the ~possession of wealth, as stated above (Q[118], 72 2, 182 | penury and loss of all one's wealth, these are not perfection ~ 73 2, 183 | is compatible with ~great wealth, since Abraham, to whom 74 2, 184 | save because he ~had great wealth? For it is one thing not 75 2, 184 | that "the possession of wealth ~kindles a greater flame 76 2, 184 | command us "to pour out our wealth all at once, but to dispense 77 2, 184 | strength in those who have wealth, as stated above. Again ~ 78 2, 184 | right reason to renounce wealth ~in order to devote oneself 79 2, 184 | asserts (Ethic. x, 7,8). ~Now wealth conduces instrumentally 80 2, 184 | to one who actually has ~wealth, since He says that this 81 2, 184 | may be done by means of wealth as an ~instrument, as stated ( 82 2, 184 | renouncement of one's own wealth is compared to ~almsgiving 83 2, 184 | perfection of mind together ~with wealth and marriage, which is a 84 2, 185 | so as to increase one's wealth, or to ~accept a livelihood 85 2, 185 | because I have no worldly wealth." And Jerome says in a letter ~[* 86 2, 185 | thou amass other people's wealth." Therefore it becomes ~ 87 2, 185 | having poured forth all her wealth for ~Christ's sake." The 88 2, 185 | by the desire to have ~wealth or meat without working 89 2, 186 | clear that to lack worldly wealth belongs to the ~perfection 90 2, 186 | common ~do not lack worldly wealth. Therefore it would seem 91 2, 186 | the poor Christ they have ~wealth which they had not while 92 2, 186 | that one should possess wealth ~of one's own. Therefore 93 2, 186 | increases with the possession of wealth; wherefore Jerome says ( 94 2, 186 | the possession of ~much wealth increases the weight of 95 2, 186 | only from an abundance of wealth.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[188] A[ 96 2, 186 | that one takes of one's own wealth, pertains to love of self, 97 2, 186 | do ~not apply to moderate wealth, set by for the common use, 98 2, 186 | lead him to have excessive wealth, the abuse ~of which would 99 2, 186 | careful of his perishable wealth." It is ~not, however, related 100 2, 187 | especially ~to have such great wealth." This also refers to the 101 3, 7 | as anyone does not esteem wealth to the extent of ~wishing 102 3, 40 | state of life, or one of ~wealth and honor?~(4) Whether He 103 3, 40 | OBJ 2: Further, external wealth is ordained to bodily use 104 3, 40 | those who are ~possessed of wealth. Wherefore the Lord Himself, 105 3, 40 | disciples had ~been possessed of wealth, "they had seemed to preach 106 3, 40 | fund, but ~not to possess wealth, without their duty of preaching 107 Suppl, 16| not ~possessed of great wealth which is the matter of magnificence, 108 Suppl, 40| Moral. ~x, 30), "it is not wealth but the love of wealth that 109 Suppl, 40| not wealth but the love of wealth that is sinful."~Aquin.: 110 Suppl, 55| is inferior in rank and wealth, ~for they, one is inclined 111 Suppl, 59| your wife unless you amass wealth ~for me by theft," for then 112 Suppl, 86| be renounced is ~external wealth, because this is the last 113 Suppl, 92| these are: Sufficiency which wealth offers, joy which ~pleasure


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