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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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meekness

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1 1, 21 | fortitude with fear and ~daring, meekness with anger. Such virtues 2 1, 94 | evil as their object; as meekness with anger; fortitude with 3 2, 46 | more ~natural to man than meekness": for it is natural to everything 4 2, 51 | temperament to chastity or meekness or ~such like.~Aquin.: SMT 5 2, 60 | temperance about ~desire; meekness about anger; as stated in 6 2, 60 | about hope and despair; meekness, about anger.~Aquin.: SMT 7 2, 60 | there is but one virtue, ~meekness, for every form of anger; 8 2, 66 | faith (Rm. 4), Moses for his meekness (Num. 7:3), Job for his ~ 9 2, 68 | chiefly in humility and meekness, according to ~Mt. 11:29: " 10 2, 69 | beatitudes are included meekness, justice, and ~mercy, which 11 2, 69 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Meekness is to be taken as denoting 12 2, 69 | taken as denoting the act of meekness: ~and the same applies to 13 2, 69 | his relations to others; meekness to ~fortitude, for Ambrose 14 2, 69 | the ~principal motive for meekness is reverence for God, which 15 2, 69 | confirmed in poverty of spirit, meekness, and the rest, it follows 16 2, 70 | certain virtues, viz. charity, meekness, faith, and chastity. Now 17 2, 70 | on him. To this belongs "meekness," which curbs anger. ~Fourthly, 18 2, 39 | for it is ~opposed, not to meekness, but to wisdom or prudence. 19 2, 57 | murder it is opposed to meekness, and in ~like manner as 20 2, 70 | whereas anger is opposed to meekness. ~Therefore reviling does 21 2, 114| Now anger is opposed to meekness. Therefore strife or quarreling ~ 22 2, 114| it is directly opposed to meekness.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[116] A[ 23 2, 119| mildness, which pertains ~to meekness. Therefore the second beatitude 24 2, 119| with piety, inasmuch as meekness ~removes the obstacles to 25 2, 127| magnanimity is about honor, so is meekness about ~anger. But it is 26 2, 127| But it is not essential to meekness to be about either great 27 2, 127| pleasures, and ~likewise meekness about the greatest anger. 28 2, 131| and ~inordinate anger to meekness. Therefore pusillanimity 29 2, 134| anger, which is moderated by meekness; thirdly, to ~hatred, which 30 2, 139| which is controlled by meekness, seems to be more ~impetuous 31 2, 139| one provoked?" ~Therefore meekness is a principal virtue rather 32 2, 141| this is restrained by "meekness" or "mildness."~Aquin.: 33 2, 141| Reply OBJ 2: Mildness or meekness is reckoned a part of temperance 34 2, 155| Para. 1/1 - OF CLEMENCY AND MEEKNESS (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must 35 2, 155| next consider clemency and meekness, and the contrary vices. ~ 36 2, 155| 1) Whether clemency and meekness are altogether identical?~( 37 2, 155| 1/1~Whether clemency and meekness are absolutely the same?~ 38 2, 155| would seem that clemency and meekness are absolutely the same. ~ 39 2, 155| absolutely the same. ~For meekness moderates anger, according 40 2, 155| would seem that clemency and meekness are the ~same.~Aquin.: SMT 41 2, 155| and this is the matter of meekness and clemency. Therefore ~ 42 2, 155| seemingly clemency and meekness are absolutely the same.~ 43 2, 155| namely cruelty, is opposed to meekness and clemency. ~Therefore 44 2, 155| Therefore it seems that meekness and clemency are absolutely 45 2, 155| towards an inferior": whereas ~meekness is not merely of superior 46 2, 155| to everyone. ~Therefore meekness and clemency are not absolutely 47 2, 155| Body Para. 2/2~Consequently meekness, in so far as it restrains 48 2, 155| external punishment, while ~meekness properly mitigates the passion 49 2, 155| 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Meekness regards properly the desire 50 2, 155| is properly opposed to meekness, which is directly concerned 51 2, 155| Whether both clemency and meekness are virtues?~Aquin.: SMT 52 2, 155| that neither clemency nor meekness is a virtue. For ~no virtue 53 2, 155| Therefore neither clemency nor ~meekness is a virtue.~Aquin.: SMT 54 2, 155| But both clemency and meekness consist in a certain decrease; 55 2, 155| decreases punishment, and meekness decreases anger. Therefore ~ 56 2, 155| Therefore ~neither clemency nor meekness is a virtue.~Aquin.: SMT 57 2, 155| Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, meekness or mildness is included ( 58 2, 155| conspicuous for his clemency and meekness." Now it is virtue properly ~ 59 2, 155| Therefore clemency ~and meekness are virtues.~Aquin.: SMT 60 2, 155| both in clemency and in meekness. For clemency, in mitigating ~ 61 2, 155| De Clementia ii, ~5), and meekness, likewise, moderates anger 62 2, 155| that both clemency and ~meekness are virtues.~Aquin.: SMT 63 2, 155| 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Meekness is not directly opposed 64 2, 155| opposed to severity; for meekness ~is about anger. On the 65 2, 155| designated by the name ~of meekness." For the virtue is more 66 2, 155| Wherefore nothing hinders meekness being ~reckoned both virtue, 67 2, 155| concupiscences; whereas ~meekness and clemency regard, not 68 2, 155| opposed to clemency and meekness. Since then an unsound mind 69 2, 155| seems that clemency and meekness are parts of prudence ~rather 70 2, 155| touch. Now clemency and meekness likewise consist in a ~certain 71 2, 155| mitigates punishment, while meekness ~represses anger, as stated 72 2, 155| Therefore both clemency and ~meekness are annexed to temperance 73 2, 155| than on the matter. Now meekness and clemency agree with ~ 74 2, 155| 1/1~Whether clemency and meekness are the greatest virtues?~ 75 2, 155| would seem that clemency and meekness are the greatest ~virtues. 76 2, 155| the knowledge of God. Now meekness above ~all directs man to 77 2, 155| written (James 1:21): ~"With meekness receive the ingrafted word," 78 2, 155| on account of his ~great meekness." Therefore meekness is 79 2, 155| great meekness." Therefore meekness is the greatest of virtues.~ 80 2, 155| acceptable to God and men. Now meekness would appear to be most ~ 81 2, 155| agreeable" to God is "faith and meekness"; wherefore Christ expressly ~ 82 2, 155| Christ dwells in us by our meekness of ~soul." Again, it is 83 2, 155| My son, do thy works in meekness, and thou shalt be ~beloved 84 2, 155| by clemency." ~Therefore meekness and clemency are the greatest 85 2, 155| Christian ~religion." Therefore meekness and clemency are the greatest 86 2, 155| impossible for clemency or meekness to be absolutely the greatest ~ 87 2, 155| virtues than clemency and meekness.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[157] A[ 88 2, 155| nothing prevents clemency and meekness from having a certain ~restricted 89 2, 155| anger, which is mitigated by meekness, is, on account of its ~ 90 2, 155| judgment of truth: ~wherefore meekness above all makes a man self-possessed. 91 2, 155| My son, keep thy soul in meekness." Yet the ~concupiscences 92 2, 155| 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Meekness disposes man to the knowledge 93 2, 155| because it pertains to meekness that a man does not contradict 94 2, 155| 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Meekness and clemency make us acceptable 95 2, 155| piety agree indeed with meekness and clemency by ~concurring 96 2, 155| grieve for the same things: meekness does ~this, by removing 97 2, 156| Anger that is opposed to ~meekness; (2) Cruelty that is opposed 98 2, 158| De Affectibus] mentions "meekness, ~simplicity, humility," 99 2, 159| temperance. Now just as meekness suppresses the ~movement 100 2, 159| things. Wherefore, like ~meekness, humility is accounted a 101 2, 168| same ~apparently applies to meekness, the effect of which is 102 2, 168| precepts of humility and meekness.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[170] A[ 103 2, 168| anger, which is ~opposed to meekness, is sometimes that a man 104 3, 15 | appetite, fortitude and meekness the irascible appetite, 105 3, 15 | Further, anger is opposed to meekness, as is plain from Ethic. ~ 106 3, 15 | reason that is ~opposed to meekness, and not the anger which 107 3, 15 | proper bounds by reason, for meekness holds the mean in anger.~ 108 3, 39 | is effected in baptism, "meekness was ~required"; this is 109 3, 45 | disciples to imitate the ~meekness of Moses and the zeal of


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