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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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feared

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1 2, 6 | in order that the evil feared ~may be avoided. Therefore 2 2, 6 | namely, to avoid the evil feared.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[6] A[6] 3 2, 6 | a greater evil which was feared; thus the ~throwing of the 4 2, 6 | avoid an evil which is ~feared. For the conditions of a 5 2, 25 | confronted by the evil that we feared: while it precedes ~the 6 2, 39 | 33), "Jacob seems to have feared lest he should be troubled ~ 7 2, 41 | And ~thus, if disgrace is feared in a deed that is yet to 8 2, 41 | future misfortunes are feared, and fear of this kind is 9 2, 42 | Whether fear itself can be feared?~(5) Whether sudden things 10 2, 42 | sudden things are especially feared?~(6) Whether those things 11 2, 42 | Whether those things are more feared against which there is no ~ 12 2, 42 | another is a thing to be feared." But this is a good thing. ~ 13 2, 42 | evil. In this way God is feared by man, inasmuch as He can ~ 14 2, 42 | either case evil of nature is feared to a ~certain extent, and 15 2, 42 | Consequently evil of nature is not feared if it be not apprehended 16 2, 42 | escape, then it will be feared.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[42] A[ 17 2, 42 | consequently it is not always ~feared.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[42] A[ 18 2, 42 | that "not all evils ~are feared, for instance that someone 19 2, 42 | consequently the evil ~which is feared is always from an extrinsic 20 2, 42 | Whether fear itself can be feared?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[42] A[ 21 2, 42 | seem that fear cannot be feared. For whatever is feared, ~ 22 2, 42 | feared. For whatever is feared, ~is prevented from being 23 2, 42 | sudden things are especially feared?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[42] A[ 24 2, 42 | things are not especially ~feared. Because, as hope is about 25 2, 42 | ii, 5) that "those are ~feared most, not who are quick-tempered, 26 2, 42 | sudden things are less to be feared.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[42] A[ 27 2, 42 | Therefore sudden things are feared ~less.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 28 2, 42 | says ~that such men are feared more than others.~Aquin.: 29 2, 42 | this reason ~sudden evil is feared more, because it seems more 30 2, 42 | Whether those things are more feared, for which there is no remedy?~ 31 2, 42 | things are not more to be feared, for ~which there is no 32 2, 42 | Therefore such things are not ~feared at all.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 33 2, 42 | yet ~death is not the most feared of all things, as the Philosopher 34 2, 42 | Therefore those things are not feared most, for which ~there is 35 2, 42 | any worse or more to be ~feared.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[42] A[ 36 2, 42 | those things ~are most to be feared which when done wrong cannot 37 2, 42 | not from near, it is not feared, as stated above (A[2]).~ 38 2, 43 | ii, 5) that "those are ~feared most from whom we dread 39 2, 43 | contrary evil of which is feared, was loved ~from the beginning.~ 40 2, 43 | cause ~of the evil to be feared: whereas love causes fear 41 2, 43 | are in power are very much feared. But defect is contrary 42 2, 43 | the part of the person ~feared. As to the first then, some 43 2, 43 | the good whose contrary is feared, were entirely ~absent.~ 44 2, 45 | and that the things to be feared are either non-existent ~ 45 2, 45 | proximity of something to be feared. ~Therefore nothing pertaining 46 2, 67 | evil: ~and no evil will be feared there, according to Prov. 47 2, 102 | that those ~should not be feared "that kill the body," since 48 2, 114 | And because ~the midwives feared God, He built them houses"; 49 2, 10 | when ~this is not to be feared, that is to say, when a 50 2, 10 | whose perversion is to be feared as a probable ~result, they 51 2, 10 | idolatry, so ~that it was to be feared lest, through frequent dealings 52 2, 18 | 1) Whether God is to be feared?~(2) Of the division of 53 2, 18 | 1/1~Whether God can be feared?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[19] A[ 54 2, 18 | seem that God cannot be feared. For the object of fear ~ 55 2, 18 | Therefore God cannot be feared.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[19] A[ 56 2, 18 | Therefore God is not to be feared.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[19] A[ 57 2, 18 | God can and ought to be feared.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[19] A[ 58 2, 18 | read ~(Lk. 18:2) that he "feared not God, nor regarded man." 59 2, 18 | 48:13): ~"In his days he feared not the prince."~Aquin.: 60 2, 18 | consequently the punishment is feared as the greatest evil, ~which 61 2, 18 | consequently, it is ~not feared as the greatest evil, which 62 2, 18 | whether or not this be feared as the ~principal evil.~ 63 2, 18 | object, in so far as God is feared. ~Therefore fear is not 64 2, 26 | for, or some evil to be ~feared. Therefore He is not to 65 2, 41 | the peril of schism is ~feared." But punishment of sins 66 2, 52 | ix. 34] on Job 9:28, "I feared all my works," etc. ~says 67 2, 58 | according to Job 9:28, "I feared all my works." Therefore 68 2, 62 | was commended in that he feared the Lord, since he was willing 69 2, 67 | grave disturbance might be feared to arise.~Aquin.: SMT SS 70 2, 106 | would the scandal that was feared to arise from his ~punishment.~ 71 2, 108 | And because the midwives ~feared God, He built them houses." 72 2, 121 | dangers those are mostly feared which lead to death, and 73 2, 123 | the soul are more to be feared than the ~evils of the body. 74 2, 123 | therefore they are nowise to be feared. But ~according to Augustine ( 75 2, 123 | contraries are indeed to be feared; but not so much that one ~ 76 2, 124 | judge (Lk. 18:2) that "he ~feared not God nor regarded man."~ 77 2, 124 | there were nothing that he feared, not even an ~earthquake 78 2, 124 | mortal man are ~not to be feared so that they make us forsake 79 2, 124 | justice: but they are to be ~feared as hindering man in acts 80 2, 124 | score they are not to be feared; ~wherefore it is written ( 81 2, 127 | the great in things to be feared or dared. But ~good is of 82 2, 142 | ways that an evil is not feared: ~first, because it is not 83 2, 184 | better not to give: but he feared for the weak, whom he ~admonished 84 2, 186 | possessions, because ~he feared lest this should lead him 85 2, 187 | by lies: for it is to be feared that the person thus enticed 86 3, 7 | whoever can hurt would not be ~feared unless he had a certain 87 3, 7 | is plain that no one is feared except for some pre-eminence. 88 3, 36 | thought Him to be ~God. Each feared a successor to his kingdom: 89 3, 36 | favor with ~Herod, whom they feared; for "the populace is inclined 90 3, 36 | the Innocents, ~because he feared lest a child whom the stars 91 3, 36 | who was to come, the Magi feared not the king who was actually 92 3, 44 | been healed by Christ, "feared, and glorified God ~that 93 3, 46 | things which ought not to be feared. Now there are some men ~ 94 3, 68 | which is always to be feared in children) as stated ~ 95 3, 72 | afterwards they went out and feared not to confess their faith 96 3, 80 | death; unless ~danger be feared of vomiting or spitting 97 3, 83 | grave scandal were to be feared.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[83] A[ 98 Suppl, 6 | is written (Job 9:28): "I feared all my works." Wherefore 99 Suppl, 21| sentence of the pastor is to be feared whether it be just or unjust." 100 Suppl, 32| danger of which is to be feared.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[32] A[ 101 Suppl, 47| the quality of the danger feared, because the constant man ~ 102 Suppl, 47| only when evil results are feared from its dissolution. Nor ~ 103 Suppl, 62| reverence for her sanctity, he ~feared to cohabit with her. Moreover 104 Suppl, 64| can only be because it is feared this may be detrimental 105 Suppl, 64| if a greater danger ~were feared from its not being returned 106 Suppl, 69| hell,' he ~seems to have feared most, lest he should be 107 Suppl, 93| which is of the enemy, who feared not even ~Christ (Mt. 4).~


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