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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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abstinence

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1 2, 60 | about sexual pleasures, abstinence about ~pleasures of the 2 2, 63 | subjection" (1 Cor. 9:27), by abstinence in food, drink and the like. 3 2, 101| given certain precepts about abstinence from food ~(Lev. 11); and 4 2, 3 | specifically ~to the end of abstinence, which is to tame the flesh, 5 2, 3 | consequently it ~is an act of abstinence.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[3] A[1] 6 2, 14 | the contrary virtues, viz. abstinence and chastity, dispose man ~ 7 2, 14 | children" on account of their ~abstinence and continency, "God gave 8 2, 18 | of ~temporal things or to abstinence therefrom; such are modesty, 9 2, 33 | glutton ~about the good of abstinence. Since then sloth is sorrow 10 2, 41 | intention of counselling total ~abstinence from food on account of 11 2, 41 | but he intended to counsel abstinence from a ~particular kind 12 2, 83 | body by fasting belongs to ~abstinence, by continence belongs to 13 2, 83 | to God in martyrdom, and abstinence or continency. The third 14 2, 86 | fasting, which is an act of ~abstinence; and being continent, which 15 2, 86 | is a greater virtue than abstinence, of ~which fasting is an 16 2, 86 | the observance of a vow of abstinence may be a ~source of danger 17 2, 86 | Now one who takes a vow of abstinence can be dispensed from ~that 18 2, 86 | drinking wine contrary to ~abstinence from such things, and yet 19 2, 86 | temporal prayer or of temporal abstinence. ~But the fact that no dispensation 20 2, 86 | of the person, ~therefore abstinence from food may be a direct 21 2, 86 | so on this count a vow of abstinence is a matter of ~dispensation. 22 2, 86 | other means, for instance by abstinence, ~or other corporal remedies.~ 23 2, 94 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The abstinence of these children was not 24 2, 134| such as ~arise through abstinence from pleasures of food and 25 2, 140| Dionysius (Div. Nom. iv). Now abstinence from all pleasures of touch ~ 26 2, 140| of soul, have recourse to abstinence from pleasures, as a kind 27 2, 141| modesty, ~shamefacedness, abstinence, chastity, honesty, moderation, 28 2, 141| regards ~meat, there is "abstinence," and as regards drink properly 29 2, 144| 146] Out. Para. 1/2 - OF ABSTINENCE (TWO ARTICLES)~We must now 30 2, 144| consideration will include abstinence, which ~is about meat and 31 2, 144| Para. 2/2~With regard to abstinence three points have to be 32 2, 144| have to be considered: (1) ~Abstinence itself; (2) its act which 33 2, 144| of inquiry:~(1) Whether abstinence is a virtue?~(2) Whether 34 2, 144| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether abstinence is a virtue?~Aquin.: SMT 35 2, 144| 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that abstinence is not a virtue. For the 36 2, 144| God does not consist in abstinence, for the Apostle ~says ( 37 2, 144| nor in eating." Therefore abstinence is ~not a virtue.~Aquin.: 38 2, 144| food, which ~belongs to abstinence, is an act not of virtue 39 2, 144| in Ethic. ~ii, 6,7. But abstinence seemingly inclines not to 40 2, 144| retrenchment. Therefore abstinence is not a ~virtue.~Aquin.: 41 2, 144| excludes another virtue. But abstinence ~excludes patience: for 42 2, 144| the abstainer," so that abstinence excludes ~humility. Therefore 43 2, 144| excludes ~humility. Therefore abstinence is not a virtue.~Aquin.: 44 2, 144| knowledge, and with knowledge abstinence"; where ~abstinence is numbered 45 2, 144| knowledge abstinence"; where ~abstinence is numbered among other 46 2, 144| other virtues. Therefore abstinence is a ~virtue.~Aquin.: SMT 47 2, 144| Para. 1/1 ~I answer that, Abstinence by its very name denotes 48 2, 144| of food. ~Hence the term abstinence may be taken in two ways. 49 2, 144| says that we ought "to join abstinence with knowledge," ~namely 50 2, 144| Reply OBJ 1: The use of and abstinence from food, considered in ~ 51 2, 144| of ~reason, it belongs to abstinence. Hence Augustine says (QQ. 52 2, 144| are denominated. Hence ~abstinence, since it is a part of temperance, 53 2, 144| Those vices result from abstinence in so far as it is not ~ 54 2, 144| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether abstinence is a special virtue?~Aquin.: 55 2, 144| OBJ 1: It would seem that abstinence is not a special virtue. 56 2, 144| praiseworthy by itself. But abstinence is not praiseworthy by ~ 57 2, 144| 19) that "the virtue of abstinence ~is praised only on account 58 2, 144| other virtues." Therefore abstinence ~is not a special virtue.~ 59 2, 144| name denotes. Therefore abstinence is not a special ~virtue 60 2, 144| therefore, is there in abstinence which moderates food.~Aquin.: 61 2, 144| Somn. Scip. i, 8] reckons abstinence as ~a special part of temperance.~ 62 2, 144| other things. Therefore ~abstinence is a special virtue.~Aquin.: 63 2, 144| this ~way the virtue of abstinence receives commendation on 64 2, 144| is chastised by means of abstinence, not only ~against the allurements 65 2, 144| he yields to them. Yet ~abstinence is not prevented from being 66 2, 145| which in the virtue of abstinence ~takes account of the necessity 67 2, 145| would not have the virtue of abstinence. Therefore fasting is not 68 2, 145| say, lust is ~cooled by abstinence in meat and drink. Secondly, 69 2, 145| Whether fasting is an act of abstinence?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[147] A[ 70 2, 145| fasting is not an act of abstinence. For ~Jerome [*The quotation 71 2, 145| not exclusively an act ~of abstinence.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[147] A[ 72 2, 145| act of religion and not of abstinence. ~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[147] 73 2, 145| Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, abstinence is a part of temperance, 74 2, 145| fasting is not an act of abstinence.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[147] A[ 75 2, 145| is frugality ~of fare and abstinence from food."~Aquin.: SMT 76 2, 145| the mean is appointed by abstinence. Wherefore it is evident 77 2, 145| that ~fasting is an act of abstinence.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[147] A[ 78 2, 145| metaphorically it denotes abstinence from anything harmful, ~ 79 2, 145| properly speaking fasting is abstinence from ~all manner of lust, 80 2, 145| an act of the virtue of ~abstinence, which observes due quantity 81 2, 145| does not intend to command abstinence from drink, for this is ~ 82 2, 145| an act of the virtue of abstinence, as stated ~above (A[2]). 83 2, 146| Even so, on the other hand, abstinence conduces to the penetrating 84 2, 147| itself a special virtue. ~For abstinence is concerned with both meat 85 2, 147| Para. 1/1 ~OBJ 2: Further, abstinence and gluttony are about pleasures 86 2, 147| pleasure: and in this ~respect abstinence is about both meat and drink 87 2, 147| Reply OBJ 2: The virtue of abstinence is about meat and drink, ~ 88 2, 147| Further, sobriety denotes abstinence from wine. Now wine is ~ 89 2, 149| is a virtue distinct from abstinence?~(4) Of its relation to 90 2, 149| is a distinct virtue from abstinence?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[151] A[ 91 2, 149| a distinct virtue from ~abstinence. Because where the matter 92 2, 149| which are the ~matter of abstinence, and venereal pleasures 93 2, 149| a distinct ~virtue from abstinence.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[151] A[ 94 2, 149| certain vices are bridled by abstinence, it seems that abstinence 95 2, 149| abstinence, it seems that abstinence is ~chastity.~Aquin.: SMT 96 2, 149| which are the matter ~of abstinence, are directed to venereal 97 2, 149| complicity in vice." ~Therefore abstinence and chastity are not distinct 98 2, 149| fastings" which pertain to abstinence.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[151] A[ 99 2, 149| a ~distinct virtue from abstinence, which is about pleasures 100 2, 149| this virtue which is called abstinence ~directs its act to chastity 101 2, 153| which continence denotes abstinence from all ~things venereal: 102 2, 153| continence denotes ~any abstinence from things unlawful: and 103 2, 184| as poverty, continence, abstinence, and the like.~Aquin.: SMT 104 2, 184| religious practice, such as abstinence, ~watchings, and the like. 105 2, 184| in a general ~sense for abstinence from ali evil, as stated 106 2, 186| the ~body is chastised by abstinence in food, in another by the 107 2, 186| by solitude of place, ~by abstinence, by mutual fellowship, and 108 2, 186| continence by means of abstinence in meat and drink, which 109 3, 40 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, abstinence is ordained to continency; 110 3, 40 | relate to ~salvation. Now abstinence in eating and drinking does 111 3, 40 | of other men and observe abstinence; and that he ~associate 112 3, 40 | Reply OBJ 2: Just as by abstinence other men acquire the power 113 3, 40 | nor strong drink: because abstinence is meritorious where ~the


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