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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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solicitude

    Part, Question
1 2, 44 | as it causes a certain ~solicitude, and makes a man take counsel 2 2, 102 | their mind and heart by the solicitude of charity, in token of 3 2, 108 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, solicitude for the necessary means 4 2, 108 | instilled into man, and this solicitude even other animals share ~ 5 2, 108 | Lord ~unbecomingly forbade solicitude about food and raiment.~ 6 2, 108 | necessary, but inordinate solicitude. ~Now there is a fourfold 7 2, 108 | Now there is a fourfold solicitude to be avoided in temporal 8 2, 108 | not add presumption to our solicitude; in other words, we must 9 2, 108 | without God's help: such solicitude Our Lord sets aside by saying 10 2, 18 | the fear that ~denotes solicitude, and anxiety about evil, 11 2, 23 | proficient seek this, yet ~their solicitude is chiefly about other things, 12 2, 45 | is command?~(9) Whether solicitude or watchfulness belongs 13 2, 45 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether solicitude belongs to prudence?~Aquin.: 14 2, 45 | OBJ 1: It would seem that solicitude does not belong to prudence. 15 2, 45 | belong to prudence. For ~solicitude implies disquiet, wherefore 16 2, 45 | appetitive power: wherefore solicitude does also. But prudence 17 2, 45 | above (A[1]). ~Therefore solicitude does not belong to prudence.~ 18 2, 45 | of truth seems opposed to solicitude, ~wherefore it is related ( 19 2, 45 | intellectual virtue. Therefore solicitude is in opposition to prudence ~ 20 2, 45 | slowness is contrary to solicitude. Since ~then prudence is 21 2, 45 | viii) it would seem that solicitude ~does not belong to prudence.~ 22 2, 45 | watchfulness is the same as solicitude. Therefore ~solicitude belongs 23 2, 45 | as solicitude. Therefore ~solicitude belongs to prudence.~Aquin.: 24 2, 45 | counsel." ~Hence it is that solicitude belongs properly to prudence, 25 2, 45 | command of reason, wherein solicitude consists.~Aquin.: SMT SS 26 2, 45 | great as to be devoid of all solicitude.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[47] A[ 27 2, 45 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether solicitude belongs to prudence?~Aquin.: 28 2, 46 | Para. 1/1 ~OBJ 5: Further, solicitude pertains to prudence, as 29 2, 46 | Q[47], ~A[9]). Therefore solicitude also should have been mentioned 30 2, 46 | 5 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: Solicitude is included under foresight.~ 31 2, 47 | alert [solers citus]." But solicitude belongs to prudence, as ~ 32 2, 51 | for prudence. ~And since solicitude pertains to prudence, the 33 2, 51 | negligence ~which is opposed to solicitude.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[53] Out. 34 2, 52 | Negligence denotes lack of due solicitude. Now every lack ~of a due 35 2, 52 | special sin according as ~solicitude is the act of a special 36 2, 52 | moral matter. Since then solicitude is a special act of reason, 37 2, 52 | which denotes ~lack of solicitude, is a special sin.~Aquin.: 38 2, 52 | seems to be the same as solicitude, because the ~more we love [ 39 2, 52 | diligence, no less than solicitude, is required for every virtue, ~ 40 2, 52 | special ~act of reason, namely solicitude, although it is found more 41 2, 52 | omitted through lack of solicitude, or some due ~circumstance 42 2, 52 | Negligence is directly opposed to solicitude. Now ~solicitude pertains 43 2, 52 | opposed to solicitude. Now ~solicitude pertains to the reason, 44 2, 52 | reason, and rectitude of solicitude to ~prudence. Hence, on 45 2, 52 | the act of command, which solicitude ~also regards. Yet the negligent 46 2, 52 | the result being a lack of solicitude on ~the part of the reason 47 2, 53 | guile;~(5) Of fraud;~(6) Of solicitude about temporal things;~( 48 2, 53 | temporal things;~(7) Of solicitude about the future;~(8) Of 49 2, 53 | 8, "He that ruleth, with solicitude." Now according to the Divine ~ 50 2, 53 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, solicitude about works of mercy is 51 2, 53 | carefully sought ~me." Now solicitude about temporal things is 52 2, 53 | poor persons. Therefore solicitude about ~temporal things is 53 2, 53 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Solicitude denotes an earnest endeavor 54 2, 53 | failure, so that there is less solicitude when success is ~assured. 55 2, 53 | is ~assured. Accordingly solicitude about temporal things may 56 2, 53 | the part of the object of solicitude; that is, if we ~seek temporal 57 2, 53 | the ~Gospel." Secondly, solicitude about temporal things may 58 2, 53 | man, independently of his solicitude, viz. his body ~and soul ( 59 2, 53 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The solicitude of a man who gains his bread 60 2, 53 | labor is necessary, but solicitude must be ~banished," namely 61 2, 53 | banished," namely superfluous solicitude which unsettles the mind.~ 62 2, 53 | 3: In the works of mercy solicitude about temporal things is ~ 63 2, 53 | about the future. Therefore ~solicitude about the future is praiseworthy.~ 64 2, 53 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, solicitude pertains to prudence. But 65 2, 53 | deeds but also to internal solicitude. For every time ~has its 66 2, 53 | has its own fitting proper solicitude; thus solicitude about the 67 2, 53 | proper solicitude; thus solicitude about the crops ~belongs 68 2, 53 | to the summer time, and solicitude about the vintage to the 69 2, 53 | needlessly forestalling the solicitude belonging ~to a future time. 70 2, 53 | forbids such like excessive solicitude, ~saying: "Be . . . not 71 2, 53 | morrow ~will have its own solicitude, which will be burden enough 72 2, 53 | namely, the burden of solicitude.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[55] A[ 73 2, 53 | inordinate foresight or solicitude about the future, if a man ~ 74 2, 53 | to forestall the time for solicitude.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[55] A[ 75 2, 81 | Now we ought not to have solicitude for temporal things, according 76 2, 81 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Not all solicitude about temporal things is 77 2, 93 | mind is restrained from solicitude ~about temporal things: 78 2, 117 | and to be ~deficient in solicitude about riches. But this is 79 2, 117 | banish from ~their minds all solicitude for temporal things, are 80 2, 126 | certain manly prudence ~and solicitude to that accomplishment, 81 2, 131 | Now sloth is opposed to solicitude, which is an act of ~prudence, 82 2, 152 | race the male has a natural solicitude for the ~certainty of offspring, 83 2, 164 | cognitive part: wherefore solicitude is an act ~of prudence as 84 2, 167 | which excludes excessive solicitude about ~such things, wherefore 85 2, 184 | the Lord, and, free of ~solicitude, to be poor with Christ."~ 86 2, 184 | because it involves man in solicitude for the control ~of his 87 2, 184 | human mind from outward solicitude, according ~to 1 Cor. 7: 88 2, 184 | would have you to be without solicitude": thirdly, as ~a holocaust 89 2, 184 | the disquiet of worldly solicitude is aroused in man in reference ~ 90 2, 184 | external ~things, and this solicitude is removed from man by the 91 2, 186 | should ~be without worldly solicitude; wherefore the Apostle in 92 2, 186 | have you to be without ~solicitude." Now it belongs to the 93 2, 186 | Now it belongs to the solicitude of the present life that ~ 94 2, 186 | for the morrow; and this ~solicitude was forbidden His disciples 95 Suppl, 8 | and in discharge of our solicitude we have decreed ~that priests, 96 Suppl, 26| appointed to a share ~in his solicitude, like judges over each city. 97 Suppl, 49| persons have to suffer from solicitude for ~temporal things (1 98 Suppl, 54| has instilled into parents solicitude in ~providing for their 99 Suppl, 54| she instilled a lasting solicitude for his children or reverence 100 Suppl, 71| has ~during life a certain solicitude for what will become of


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