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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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moderation

    Part, Question
1 1, 59 | of them according as in ~moderation they display their will 2 1, 60 | of them according as in ~moderation they display their will 3 1, 97 | pleasure in food taken in moderation than the ~glutton, but his 4 2, 46 | passion, on account of the moderation of his ~temperament. But 5 2, 46 | temperament recedes ~from this moderation and approaches to an extreme 6 2, 59 | reason's direction ~and moderation. Now reason directs, not 7 2, 65 | prudence, rectitude to justice, moderation to temperance, and strength 8 2, 65 | virtuous, if it be without moderation or ~rectitude or discretion: 9 2, 69 | so ~that he uses them in moderation - and by a gift, in a more 10 2, 69 | uses these passions in ~moderation - and by gift, so that, 11 2, 97 | the people have a sense of moderation and responsibility, and 12 2, 102 | by the linen tunic; the moderation ~of discretion, betokened 13 2, 105 | enjoined that they should ~use moderation in pursuing the advantage 14 2, 105 | them to be treated with moderation - both as to ~their work, 15 2, 107 | these Augustine says that moderation should be ~observed, lest 16 2, 20 | presumption owing to lack ~of moderation. As to the hope whereby 17 2, 39 | defend ~himself with due moderation, it is no sin, and one cannot 18 2, 39 | he does not much exceed moderation in defending himself: ~but 19 2, 41 | indeed they ~fail in this moderation in such words or deeds as 20 2, 45 | should be moderate, but that moderation must be imposed on other ~ 21 2, 59 | individual is praised for moderation in ~his bounty, and blamed 22 2, 59 | excess therein, so too ought moderation to be ~observed in the distribution 23 2, 62 | if he ~repel force with moderation his defense will be lawful, 24 2, 63 | inflicting blows on them without ~moderation. The command that masters 25 2, 63 | and this pertains to the moderation of correction; ~secondly, 26 2, 67 | is accomplished with due moderation.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[69] A[ 27 2, 70 | should use such words with moderation, because the railing might ~ 28 2, 70 | should be checked with ~moderation, i.e. as a duty of charity, 29 2, 107 | defer ~to others by their moderation. Hence the Apostle says ( 30 2, 113 | that by the wonderful moderation of our ~Ruler, we are often 31 2, 118 | similitude to all kinds of moderation.~ 32 2, 122 | one ought to endure it in moderation.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[124] A[ 33 2, 123 | which employs daring in moderation presupposes hope, so on 34 2, 125 | and ~sometimes it lacks moderation, either by excess or by 35 2, 125 | vice that denotes lack of moderation in the ~matter of a moral 36 2, 127 | certain ~opposition to the moderation of reason, which moderation 37 2, 127 | moderation of reason, which moderation has to be ~applied thereto: 38 2, 127 | these ~things may be done in moderation. But with regard to great 39 2, 130 | too does he use glory in moderation. Wherefore ~inordinate desire 40 2, 135 | perseverance does not imply moderation ~of the passions: since 41 2, 139 | since its very name implies ~moderation or temperateness, which 42 2, 139 | certain temperateness or moderation, which ~reason appoints 43 2, 139 | Offic. i, 43) "the grace of ~moderation belongs to temperance": 44 2, 139 | the mind and ~to enforce moderation." Now moderation is needed, 45 2, 139 | enforce moderation." Now moderation is needed, not only in desires 46 2, 139 | reason chiefly by lack of moderation. Because sensible and bodily 47 2, 139 | which denotes a kind of moderation, is chiefly concerned with ~ 48 2, 139 | other passions, inasmuch as moderation of the passions that ~precede 49 2, 139 | that ~precede results in moderation of the passions that follow: 50 2, 139 | the ~soul: wherefore their moderation depends on the moderation 51 2, 139 | moderation depends on the moderation of the ~internal passions.~~ 52 2, 139 | but as ~concerned with the moderation of reason, in any matter 53 2, 139 | takes temperance as denoting moderation in ~external things, when, 54 2, 139 | him, but not as denoting moderation in the soul's emotions, 55 2, 139 | of those things with ~the moderation of a user not the attachment 56 2, 139 | virtue in general. Now moderation, which is requisite in every 57 2, 141 | abstinence, chastity, honesty, moderation, lowliness, ~sobriety, purity." 58 2, 141 | some other matter wherein moderation is ~not so difficult. Now 59 2, 141 | virtue that is ~effective of moderation in some matter or other, 60 2, 141 | bodily movements and actions, moderation and restraint is ~the effect 61 2, 141 | external things, a twofold moderation has to be observed. ~First, 62 2, 141 | this Macrobius ascribes "moderation," ~Andronicus "simplicity."~ 63 2, 141 | the mode of ~restraint and moderation as stated above.~Aquin.: 64 2, 141 | this, but only a certain ~moderation. Hence it is reckoned a 65 2, 141 | whatever pertains to the ~moderation of bodily movements and 66 2, 141 | things, as well as the ~moderation of hope which we reckoned 67 2, 144 | special virtue ~for the moderation of food than for the moderation 68 2, 144 | moderation of food than for the moderation of clothing.~ 69 2, 145 | appointed by the Church, ~in her moderation, that those who fast should 70 2, 146 | of proper discretion and moderation in such matters. Thirdly, 71 2, 147 | 36): "Wine drunken with ~moderation is the joy of the soul and 72 2, 151 | subject to the command and moderation ~of reason, is due to the 73 2, 151 | admits of neither counsel nor moderation, thou canst not control 74 2, 155 | affections incline to the moderation of things that ~are unpleasant 75 2, 155 | for punishing, but lack moderation in punishing." Those ~who 76 2, 155 | other point is a ~certain moderation of a man's inward disposition, 77 2, 155 | of taking revenge." This ~moderation of soul comes from a certain 78 2, 158 | chiefly ~on account of its moderation. Now this gives modesty 79 2, 158 | 3]), temperance ~brings moderation into those things wherein 80 2, 158 | other lesser matters where moderation is ~not so difficult. This 81 2, 158 | temper strong wine. But moderation is necessary in all things: ~ 82 2, 158 | taken there for the general moderation ~which is necessary in all 83 2, 158 | a special difficulty of moderation, ~they withdrew it from 84 2, 158 | special kind of good in the moderation of ~punishment; wherefore 85 2, 158 | ordinary matters that require ~moderation. These seemingly are of 86 2, 158 | externals. ~Nevertheless the moderation of the inner man may be 87 2, 158 | but only on the part of moderation, ~there is but one virtue, 88 2, 158 | namely for each kind of moderation.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[160] A[ 89 2, 159 | On the other hand, due moderation must be observed in ~the 90 2, 159 | metriotes}, i.e. measure or moderation." Now this evidently pertains 91 2, 159 | humility is nothing else than a moderation of spirit: ~wherefore it 92 2, 164 | A[2] Body Para. 2/2~The moderation of this desire pertains 93 2, 166 | his countenance." Hence moderation of ~outward movements is 94 2, 166 | your state." Wherefore the moderation of ~outward movements may 95 2, 166 | directed to other persons, the moderation of our outward movements ~ 96 2, 166 | inward disposition, their moderation belongs ~to the virtue of 97 2, 166 | accordingly if this ~be done with moderation, it is lawful to make use 98 2, 166 | such as prayer and the ~moderation of their own passions and 99 2, 166 | those who maintain them in moderation do ~not sin but act justly, 100 2, 167 | immoderately. This lack of moderation occurs in two ways. First, 101 2, 167 | Secondly, the lack of moderation in the use of ~these things 102 2, 168 | do they regard a certain moderation of things pertaining ~to 103 2, 183 | thereof, if he exceeds ~moderation in what he keeps for himself, 104 2, 183 | so long as ~he observes moderation, so, to wit, that they cease 105 2, 185 | occupy ~themselves with due moderation in the administration and 106 3, 40 | not of poverty, but of ~moderation.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[40] A[ 107 3, 80 | But it would savor more of moderation if a ~man were to eat a 108 Suppl, 22| unless it be inflicted with moderation. Therefore it ~should not


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