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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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sadness

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1 1, 63 | demons. Sloth is a kind of sadness, ~whereby a man becomes 2 1, 64 | demons. Sloth is a kind of sadness, ~whereby a man becomes 3 1, 80 | instance, anger rises from sadness, ~and having wrought vengeance, 4 1, 104| contact, as the cause of sadness is ~said to touch the one 5 2, 6 | involuntariness is not without sadness," as Damascene ~says (De 6 2, 6 | ignorance, ~but without sadness: for instance, a man may 7 2, 23 | are followed by joy and sadness which are in the ~concupiscible 8 2, 23 | go beyond the ~limits of "sadness," which is a concupiscible 9 2, 23 | of evil, is ~"sorrow" or "sadness."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[23] A[ 10 2, 23 | desire and aversion, joy ~and sadness. In like manner there are 11 2, 24 | evil, as hatred, fear and ~sadness. But this is clearly false. 12 2, 25 | OBJ 3: Further, joy and sadness are concupiscible passions. 13 2, 25 | concupiscible passions. But joy and ~sadness succeed to the irascible 14 2, 25 | to ~repose, e.g. joy and sadness. But in the irascible passions 15 2, 25 | denotes rest in evil, viz. sadness, comes ~between two irascible 16 2, 25 | self-vindication, that ~results from sadness, is the movement of anger. 17 2, 25 | viz. either in joy or in sadness.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[25] A[ 18 2, 25 | evil; and this belongs to sadness or joy. As a matter ~of 19 2, 25 | sixth and ~last, joy and sadness, which follow from all the 20 2, 25 | daring; and joy precedes sadness, as ~may be gathered from 21 2, 25 | principal passions: joy, sadness, hope and ~fear?~Aquin.: 22 2, 25 | It would seem that joy, sadness, hope and fear are not the 23 2, 25 | intention; and thus joy and sadness, which are the final passions, 24 2, 25 | passion. Therefore joy and sadness, ~hope and fear should in 25 2, 25 | Two of them, viz. joy and sadness, are said to be principal 26 2, 25 | relates to present good, sadness relates to present ~evil; 27 2, 26 | aversion; (3) Pleasure and ~sadness.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[26] Out. 28 2, 26 | what is contrary to it, is sadness." ~But not every passion 29 2, 26 | being fear, joy, desire and sadness, ~not essentially but causally.~ 30 2, 28 | two passions arise; viz. sadness at its absence, which is 31 2, 28 | term ~"ailment" chiefly to sadness); and an intense desire 32 2, 28 | 5]; Q[27], A[4]) desire, sadness and ~pleasure, and consequently 33 2, 30 | which we gather that as sadness is contrary to joy, ~so 34 2, 31 | now consider delight and sadness. Concerning delight four 35 2, 31 | bodily ~ailments, as also sadness and fear in the soul; yet 36 2, 31 | many kinds of sorrow and sadness: and ~since the majority 37 2, 31 | proved in ~Metaph. x, 4. But sadness is contrary to pleasure. 38 2, 31 | connatural, so to speak. But sadness is like a violent repose; 39 2, 31 | another pleasure and to sadness.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[31] A[ 40 2, 32 | cause pleasure?~(4) Whether sadness causes pleasure?~(5) Whether 41 2, 32 | inasmuch as they banish sadness which results from labor.~ 42 2, 32 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether sadness causes pleasure?~Aquin.: 43 2, 32 | OBJ 1: It would seem that sadness does not cause pleasure. 44 2, 32 | causes its own contrary. But sadness is contrary to pleasure. 45 2, 32 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, as sadness is to pleasure, so is hatred 46 2, 32 | Q[29], A[2]). Therefore sadness does not cause pleasure.~ 47 2, 32 | tears, which arise from sadness, can give pleasure.~Aquin.: 48 2, 32 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Sadness may be considered in two 49 2, 32 | memory: and in both ways sadness can ~cause pleasure. Because 50 2, 32 | cause pleasure. Because sadness, as actually existing, causes 51 2, 32 | absence of which ~causes sadness; and yet the mere thought 52 2, 32 | pleasure. The ~recollection of sadness becomes a cause of pleasure, 53 2, 32 | viii, 1. In like manner sadness is the accidental cause 54 2, 32 | these being lost, may cause sadness. ~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[32] A[ 55 2, 32 | seems to be the cause of sadness rather than of pleasure.~ 56 2, 32 | to others is a cause of sadness rather than pleasure.~Aquin.: 57 2, 32 | good it may be a cause of sadness; for ~instance when it is 58 2, 32 | accidentally it causes disgust or sadness, ~not as being like and 59 2, 35 | have great sorrow ~[Douay: 'sadness'] and continual pain [Douay: ' 60 2, 35 | written (Ecclus. 25:17): "The sadness of the ~heart is every wound [ 61 2, 35 | as the text implies; so sadness of the heart surpasses ~ 62 2, 35 | it is said expressively: "Sadness of the heart is ~every wound," 63 2, 37 | worm by the wood: so the sadness of a ~man consumeth the 64 2, 37 | and (Ecclus. 38:19): "Of sadness cometh death."~Aquin.: SMT 65 2, 38 | the ~fact of its driving sadness from the mind." And further 66 2, 39 | determined in his heart, not with sadness, or of ~necessity." Therefore 67 2, 39 | written (Ecclus. 30:25): "Sadness hath killed many, and there 68 2, 84 | mentioned to which pleasure and sadness belong, ~since pleasure 69 2, 84 | to gluttony and lust, and sadness to sloth and ~envy. Therefore 70 2, 84 | we have "sloth," which is sadness about one's spiritual good, 71 2, 84 | belongs to ~"envy," which is sadness about another's good as 72 2, 100| 2 Cor. 9:7): "Not with sadness or necessity: for God loveth 73 2, 100| virtue should be done without sadness, falls ~under the precept 74 2, 100| for whoever works with sadness works ~unwillingly. But 75 2, 109| moved by ~the assault of sadness from what is virtuous. And 76 2, 109| thus perseverance is to ~sadness as continence is to concupiscence 77 2, 19 | good. And since ~sloth is a sadness that casts down the spirit, 78 2, 19 | his thoughts away from ~sadness.~ 79 2, 27 | rise, in man, to a certain sadness, ~according to Ps. 119:5: " 80 2, 86 | determined in his heart, not with sadness, or of necessity: for God ~ 81 2, 134| death," and Ecclus. 30:25, "Sadness hath ~killed many, and there 82 2, 184| to 2 Cor. 9:7, "Not with sadness ~or of necessity." Now that 83 3, 46 | garments; in His soul, from sadness, weariness, and ~fear; in 84 3, 46 | Stoics held there was no sadness in the soul of a wise man; 85 3, 46 | hurtful, and this is termed "sadness." And in Christ each of ~ 86 3, 46 | vehemently all the causes of sadness.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[46] A[ 87 3, 46 | singleness of His pain and sadness. In other sufferers the 88 3, 46 | sufferers the interior ~sadness is mitigated, and even the 89 3, 46 | virtue lessens interior sadness in one way, and ~outward 90 3, 46 | for it lessens interior sadness ~directly by fixing the 91 3, 46 | since the Stoics held all sadness to be unprofitable, they ~ 92 3, 46 | But in very truth ~some sadness is praiseworthy, as Augustine 93 3, 46 | all ~men, Christ accepted sadness, the greatest in absolute 94 3, 46 | Topic. i), ~"there is no sadness in opposition to the pleasure 95 3, 46 | intellect can have no pain or sadness on ~the part of its object, 96 3, 46 | at ~the one time, since sadness and gladness are contraries. 97 3, 46 | says (Ethic. vii) that, if sadness be ~vehement, it not only 98 3, 51 | previous to the cross all is ~sadness and weakness, but as soon 99 3, 85 | A[9]) that sorrow or sadness is twofold. First, it denotes 100 Suppl, 2| choice falls on ~that pain or sadness which is to be found in 101 Suppl, 4| Ecclus. 30:24): "Drive away sadness far from thee," and the 102 Suppl, 4| given (Ecclus. 30:25): "For sadness hath killed many, and there


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