Table of Contents | Words: Alphabetical - Frequency - Inverse - Length - Statistics | Help | IntraText Library
Alphabetical    [«  »]
world 1158
world-soul 1
worldlings 4
worldly 108
worlds 16
worm 22
worms 7
Frequency    [«  »]
108 sell
108 tie
108 turns
108 worldly
107 condemned
107 demands
107 disease
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

IntraText - Concordances

worldly

    Part, Question
1 1, 113 | according as he despises worldly advantages and adversity: 2 2, 58 | simple, through lack of worldly ~cunning, may possibly be 3 2, 61 | temperance has not to check worldly desires, for it has ~forgotten 4 2, 69 | his ~failings and those of worldly things, according to Eccles. 5 2, 102 | same time are taken up with worldly business. The owl, ~which 6 2, 102 | is ~like a groan, denotes worldly grief which works death 7 2, 102 | those who being ~gifted with worldly knowledge, seek none but 8 2, 106 | for ~"the world," i.e. worldly men, "cannot receive" the 9 2, 108 | neither human praise, nor worldly riches, which is to lay 10 2, 108 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: All worldly goods may be reduced to 11 2, 112 | in God, and of ~despising worldly things, and inasmuch as 12 2, 11 | such as life of the body, worldly possessions, good ~repute, 13 2, 18 | filial, initial, servile and worldly;~(3) Whether worldly fear 14 2, 18 | and worldly;~(3) Whether worldly fear is always evil?~(4) 15 2, 18 | filial, initial, servile and ~worldly fear? ~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 16 2, 18 | filial, ~initial, servile and worldly fear. For Damascene says ( 17 2, 18 | punishment, so do initial and ~worldly fear. Therefore no distinction 18 2, 18 | own pleasure. Therefore "worldly fear," ~whereby one fears 19 2, 18 | in different ways. ~For worldly or human fear regards a 20 2, 18 | through fear of losing his worldly goods, or through fear of 21 2, 18 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether worldly fear is always evil?~Aquin.: 22 2, 18 | OBJ 1: It would seem that worldly fear is not always evil. 23 2, 18 | Therefore it seems ~that worldly fear is not always evil.~ 24 2, 18 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, worldly fear seems to have reference 25 2, 18 | from the same." ~Therefore worldly fear is not always evil.~ 26 2, 18 | his body, and loss of his worldly goods, whereby the present ~ 27 2, 18 | Therefore it seems that worldly fear is not always ~evil.~ 28 2, 18 | the body," thus forbidding worldly fear. Now nothing but what 29 2, 18 | forbidden by God. Therefore worldly fear is evil.~Aquin.: SMT 30 2, 18 | this is evil. Accordingly worldly love is, properly speaking, 31 2, 18 | world as his end, so that worldly love ~is always evil. Now 32 2, 18 | Qq. lxxxiii, qu. 33). Now worldly ~fear is that which arises 33 2, 18 | is that which arises from worldly love as from an evil root, 34 2, 18 | root, for ~which reason worldly fear is always evil.~Aquin.: 35 2, 18 | this way is part, not of ~worldly fear, but of servile or 36 2, 18 | his own ~body and loss of worldly goods, but to forsake justice 37 2, 18 | is loved for the sake of ~worldly goods, and this is, of itself, 38 2, 18 | or the ~renunciation of worldly goods which is done in spirit, 39 2, 43 | understood as referring to worldly ~wisdom, or to wisdom in 40 2, 44 | A[1], ad 1), called "worldly wisdom," because it takes 41 2, 44 | cause and last end some worldly good, so too there is a 42 2, 44 | wisdom, whereby man despises worldly things: and it ~is of this 43 2, 44 | that one has no taste for worldly things, but only for heavenly ~ 44 2, 44 | Hence this belongs not to worldly but to Divine wisdom, as ~ 45 2, 44 | essentially, because, to wit, worldly wisdom itself is folly ~ 46 2, 44 | that whatever belongs to worldly ~wisdom, is a cause of this 47 2, 53 | flesh tempt us, in so far as worldly or ~carnal goods are proposed 48 2, 53 | carnal" and ~again of "worldly" prudence, according to 49 2, 53 | to pertain to carnal or ~worldly prudence. Therefore craftiness 50 2, 53 | distinct from carnal or ~worldly prudence, and consequently 51 2, 53 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Under "worldly prudence" Gregory included 52 2, 61 | common good, on account of worldly ~authority or activity, 53 2, 75 | because it is directed to worldly gain, which ~clerics should 54 2, 75 | engages the mind too much with worldly cares, and ~consequently 55 2, 81 | heart by seeking after ~worldly things which ere the occasion 56 2, 93 | apply the Divine oracles to ~worldly matters and to the vain 57 2, 95 | he should not depend on worldly assistance, ~and that, taking 58 2, 99 | himself once more ~with worldly affairs. Nevertheless he 59 2, 109 | interests subservient to worldly ~purposes, since by making 60 2, 111 | God, which has human or worldly folly annexed to ~it, according 61 2, 111 | another wisdom that is worldly, which as the same text 62 2, 123 | carnal ~dangers, or to lose worldly goods." Again a gloss on 63 2, 139 | desire for ~riches or for worldly glory: wherefore it is written ( 64 2, 159 | promised to those who despise worldly ~joys, according to Mt. 65 2, 159 | us with regard, for ~even worldly people do this: but we should 66 2, 170 | life, as it were, ~lest worldly employment should be a hindrance 67 2, 182 | marriage, the ~occupation of worldly business, and so forth. 68 2, 182 | by vow ~to refrain from worldly affairs, which they might 69 2, 184 | withdraw his affections from ~worldly things; since Augustine 70 2, 184 | Now the possession of worldly things draws a man's mind 71 2, 184 | whereby they may despise worldly honors.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 72 2, 184 | manner ~the disquiet of worldly solicitude is aroused in 73 2, 184 | that they withdraw from a worldly ~life: hence no special 74 2, 185 | myself, because I have no worldly wealth." And Jerome says 75 2, 185 | contempt of riches and worldly ostentation. Wherefore Jerome 76 2, 185 | penance and of contempt of worldly glory.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 77 2, 185 | namely of the contempt ~of worldly glory. Hence it is that 78 2, 186 | and their refraining from ~worldly business. But it does not 79 2, 186 | avoid being attached to worldly things.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 80 2, 186 | the Church, to ~return to worldly soldiering after doing penance." 81 2, 186 | they ~are directed to a worldly object. Now the occupation 82 2, 186 | soldiering, not ~indeed for any worldly purpose, but for the defense 83 2, 186 | as ~counsel at law for a worldly object, but it is not inconsistent 84 2, 186 | soldier for the sake of ~some worldly object is contrary to all 85 2, 186 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Worldly soldiering is forbidden 86 2, 186 | it is clear that to lack worldly wealth belongs to the ~perfection 87 2, 186 | something in common ~do not lack worldly wealth. Therefore it would 88 2, 186 | that one should ~be without worldly solicitude; wherefore the 89 2, 187 | religion; especially as the worldly life does not dispose one 90 3, 29 | who spend their lives in worldly vanities ~can have no acquaintance 91 3, 31 | for He did not reign with worldly honor; since He declared: ~" 92 3, 36 | denying ungodliness and worldly desires, we should live 93 3, 40 | for the sake of riches and worldly gain, since ~I am so poor 94 3, 40 | wholly free ~from care of worldly matters: which is impossible 95 3, 41 | part - namely, to desire ~worldly riches and fame, to the 96 3, 41 | 3: It is a sin to desire worldly riches and honors in an ~ 97 3, 46 | the example of shunning worldly conversation. ~Accordingly 98 3, 47 | from envy, and Pilate from worldly fear, for he stood in fear 99 Suppl, 4 | contrition is a hindrance to worldly joy, but ~not to the joy 100 Suppl, 4 | Ecclesiasticus refer to worldly joy: and the ~Philosopher 101 Suppl, 9 | sins, by reason of some worldly vanity ~accompanying it. 102 Suppl, 36| either because of their worldly power, or on ~account of 103 Suppl, 64| of marriage has a certain worldly and ~carnal rejoicing connected 104 Suppl, 72| perish in the burning of worldly flames." Therefore the same ~ 105 Suppl, 72| perish in the burning of worldly flames." Therefore that 106 Suppl, 72| perish by a burning of worldly flames" (De Civ. Dei. xx, 107 Suppl, 72| perish in the furnace of worldly flames." Therefore the same ~ 108 Suppl, 86| they, in fact, love ~worldly things and are busy about


Best viewed with any browser at 800x600 or 768x1024 on Tablet PC
IntraText® (V89) - Some rights reserved by Èulogos SpA - 1996-2007. Content in this page is licensed under a Creative Commons License