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gabriel 11
gaian 1
gaianites 1
gain 108
gained 41
gainer 1
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108 cold
108 distant
108 etym
108 gain
108 hilary
108 knower
108 moderation
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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gain

    Part, Question
1 1, 36 | artisan works through love of ~gain. It is a formal cause when 2 1, 62 | makes use ~of us for our own gain, and for His own goodness. 3 1, 69 | earth, which he tilled to gain his ~food, produced unfruitful 4 1, 63 | makes use ~of us for our own gain, and for His own goodness. 5 1, 70 | earth, which he tilled to gain his ~food, produced unfruitful 6 2, 5 | creature can becomingly gain Happiness, without ~the 7 2, 5 | necessary to man in order to gain Happiness; not ~on account 8 2, 6 | thereto, be moved, or not, to ~gain that end. But imperfect 9 2, 12 | they ~thought that they can gain the end by this movement; 10 2, 14 | unable to do, in ~order to gain such and such an end. Therefore 11 2, 19 | for the sake of temporal gain. ~Therefore the goodness 12 2, 19 | that by which it wills to gain so great a good, is ~not 13 2, 27 | they hinder one another's ~gain: and why "there are contentions 14 2, 28 | beloved, but strives to gain an intimate knowledge of 15 2, 65 | hope whereby we look to ~gain future bliss through merits 16 2, 68 | must believe in order to gain the blissful life, which 17 2, 69 | their enemies ~so as to gain security for themselves. 18 2, 102 | themselves that they may gain thereby. ~Birds of the raven 19 2, 105 | judge, it ~should be easy to gain access to one. It was therefore 20 2, 105 | their price in order to gain a livelihood: and consequently ~ 21 2, 108 | used by men in order to gain glory. In the second place 22 2, 108 | matters that are ~necessary to gain the end of eternal bliss, 23 2, 108 | Nevertheless, for man to gain the end aforesaid, he ~does 24 2, 22 | devises various ~roads to gain, is no true virtue; nor 25 2, 30 | fear, or in the hope of gain. Secondly, we speak of a 26 2, 56 | estimated ~not by pecuniary gain but by the acquisition of 27 2, 56 | virtuous actions ~that we gain merit. Therefore justice 28 2, 56 | what he ought, he brings no gain to the ~person to whom he 29 2, 60 | than your own is called 'gain,' and to ~have less than 30 2, 60 | strikes another, ~though he gain nothing thereby, is bound 31 2, 71 | oppressed and the robbed may gain merit by patience.~ 32 2, 75 | satisfies the greed for gain, which ~knows no limit and 33 2, 75 | necessary end. Nevertheless ~gain which is the end of trading, 34 2, 75 | wherefore nothing prevents gain from being ~directed to 35 2, 75 | may intend the moderate gain which he ~seeks to acquire 36 2, 75 | necessaries of ~life, and seek gain, not as an end, but as payment 37 2, 75 | the trading which seeks ~gain as a last end. This is especially 38 2, 75 | labor. Nevertheless the gain ~itself may be lawfully 39 2, 75 | it is directed to worldly gain, which ~clerics should despise, 40 2, 76 | of the hope of usurious gain, but of the ~hope which 41 2, 81 | have them not, that ~we may gain possession of them."~Aquin.: 42 2, 93 | invoke a demon in order to gain from him ~knowledge of things 43 2, 109 | hypocrisy is the acquisition of gain or vainglory: wherefore 44 2, 109 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Gain or glory is the remote end 45 2, 110 | but also for ~the sake of gain. Such people invent stories 46 2, 110 | pride, or the desire of gain or of vainglory: and ~then 47 2, 110 | boasting through ~desire of gain, and for this very reason 48 2, 110 | who boasts for the sake of gain, is viler than one who ~ 49 2, 110 | mortal sin ~because the gain may be such as not to injure 50 2, 110 | for the sake of glory or gain seen to involve an officious 51 2, 111 | namely, the ~desire of gain or honor: whereas irony 52 2, 113 | intention of making some ~gain out of it, he is called 53 2, 113 | the sake of ~vainglory or gain, or to please them in something 54 2, 114 | to acquire undue honor or gain: while sometimes ~quarreling 55 2, 121 | as honor, pleasure, or gain, or of some disadvantage 56 2, 122 | my will, my chastity will gain me a twofold crown."~Aquin.: 57 2, 130 | is directed sometimes to gain, ~but more often to glory 58 2, 145 | are ~directed to temporal gain; and pilgrimages, though 59 2, 145 | directed to a spiritual gain, and is made a necessary 60 2, 154 | however, the ~passions gain such strength as to take 61 2, 162 | should outweigh in ~evil the gain realized through the sin: 62 2, 164 | craves the acquisition of gain, and for this ~it is very 63 2, 170 | unwonted truthfulness may gain credit for his lie." ~Aquin.: 64 2, 183 | hardships or ~of acquiring any gain whatsoever, because as it 65 2, 183 | for the sake of earthly gain: wherefore he fears to stand 66 2, 185 | whereby man can lawfully gain a livelihood, ~whether by 67 2, 185 | whereby a man may ~lawfully gain a livelihood.~Aquin.: SMT 68 2, 185 | because that which they gain by their handiwork is insufficient ~ 69 2, 185 | with the body, so as to gain a livelihood, and not be 70 3, 18 | Thou willest,' what do you gain by adding your own words 71 3, 40 | sake of riches and worldly gain, since ~I am so poor that 72 3, 40 | had seemed to preach for gain, not for ~the salvation 73 3, 53 | preach to no one, I shall gain no one,'" as the gloss expounds. ~ 74 3, 83 | the sake of money, ~or to gain flattery from the laity." 75 Suppl, 25| Nevertheless those who gain ~indulgences should be advised, 76 Suppl, 25| man by setting ~himself to gain indulgences might become 77 Suppl, 25| works, and devote himself to gain indulgences.~Aquin.: SMT 78 Suppl, 25| moreover, seemingly, they would gain the indulgence several times 79 Suppl, 25| approaches to ~this, he will gain the indulgence more or less 80 Suppl, 25| by giving one penny would gain the full indulgence, not 81 Suppl, 25| and ~clergy of the church, gain the indulgence as much as 82 Suppl, 25| year. ~Nor does a person gain the indulgence each time 83 Suppl, 25| such and such a day, shall gain so much indulgence," we 84 Suppl, 27| willingly. Therefore he can ~gain the indulgence.~Aquin.: 85 Suppl, 27| is. Therefore one man can gain an indulgence for another; ~ 86 Suppl, 27| another; ~and so a man can gain an indulgence without doing 87 Suppl, 27| indulgence, he does not gain the indulgence.~Aquin.: 88 Suppl, 27| fails in this, he does not gain the indulgence.~Aquin.: 89 Suppl, 27| whomsoever this is ~done, shall gain so much indulgence," it 90 Suppl, 27| grants an indulgence might ~gain the remission of the punishment 91 Suppl, 36| count for ~nothing, and all gain be despised for the advancement 92 Suppl, 48| another for the sake of gain baptizes ~validly. Therefore 93 Suppl, 48| woman for the purpose of gain it is ~a valid marriage.~ 94 Suppl, 62| since thus the husband would gain his end, as the objection ~ 95 Suppl, 62| 2~Further, no one should gain advantage from sin. But 96 Suppl, 64| concupiscence may possibly gain strength on a feast ~day. 97 Suppl, 69| answers: "Surely it will be a gain to them at the judgment, 98 Suppl, 69| reference ~to that which they gain from their power of glory, 99 Suppl, 71| those whom suffrages profit gain either ~entire forgiveness, 100 Suppl, 71| order that some one may gain an indulgence ~for himself 101 Suppl, 71| does this or that shall ~gain so much indulgence," he 102 Suppl, 71| detained in purgatory, will gain so much ~indulgence," an 103 Suppl, 72| is ~because the heat will gain in intensity what it loses 104 Suppl, 81| moved, not in order to gain a perfect participation 105 Suppl, 88| await it unless they were to gain ~something by it. Therefore 106 Suppl, 93| afflictions for the sake of gain. Therefore if they be ~despoiled 107 Suppl, 95| Hence it is clear that they gain no advantage from ~their 108 Appen1, 2| Secondly, when, ~although we gain no good by the punishment,


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