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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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fears

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1 2, 2 | fear indeed, but whom he fears still ~more?"~Aquin.: SMT 2 2, 24 | continues: "For the man who fears or is angry, is not ~praised . . . 3 2, 25 | tm) "Banish joys: banish fears:~Away with hope: away with 4 2, 35 | desires and grovelling fears/And human laughter, human 5 2, 40 | De Re Milit. i): "No one fears to do that which ~he is 6 2, 40 | the things in which a man fears no ~hindrance, are no longer 7 2, 41 | surpasses the power of him that fears, so that it is irresistible. 8 2, 41 | who is overcome by stupor fears both to ~judge at present, 9 2, 42 | 4/5~In like manner one fears "to be over another," i.e. 10 2, 42 | do us a harm: thus a man fears another, who ~knows him 11 2, 42 | that "by ~chaste fear man fears to be severed from God." 12 2, 42 | extrinsic ~cause: as when he fears to dwell in the company 13 2, 42 | speaking, a man thus disposed, fears ~the being led astray rather 14 2, 42 | thereof: thus a man who fears ~to lose his health, keeps 15 2, 42 | is present to him ~that fears. Therefore it cannot be 16 2, 42 | same; there are various ~fears according to the various 17 2, 42 | the ~weakness of him that fears; while unwontedness and 18 2, 42 | the ~weakness of him that fears, in so far as they deprive 19 2, 43 | and that consequently he fears it as an evil.~Aquin.: SMT 20 2, 43 | on the part of him that ~fears; the other is by way of 21 2, 43 | him a harm, or because he fears to be harmed by him.~Aquin.: 22 2, 44 | But the evil that shame fears, ~is contrary, not to nature, 23 2, 44 | seems ~better; to him that fears, what he fears seems more 24 2, 44 | him that fears, what he fears seems more dreadful. ~Consequently 25 2, 44 | fear shuns that which he fears: and therefore, ~since laziness 26 2, 44 | man ~escapes from what he fears.~ 27 2, 45 | its victory over him that fears it; whereas ~daring turns 28 2, 45 | is said to be safe, who fears not. ~Wherefore safety is 29 2, 45 | despairs is ~because he fears the difficulty attaching 30 2, 60 | different virtues ~about fears of evils.~Aquin.: SMT FS 31 2, 68 | rashness, fortitude against fears, knowledge against ignorance, 32 2, 68 | fortitude he ~says that it "fears not adversity," which is 33 2, 18 | Further, each of these fears is either good or evil. 34 2, 18 | distinguished from all these ~other fears.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[19] A[ 35 2, 18 | Further, even as servile fear fears punishment, so do initial 36 2, 18 | worldly fear," ~whereby one fears to lose external goods, 37 2, 18 | human fear," ~whereby one fears harm to one's own person.~ 38 2, 18 | account of the evils he fears, man withdraws ~from God, 39 2, 18 | account of ~the evils he fears, he turns to God and adheres 40 2, 18 | which is between both these fears. As to whether it is ~possible 41 2, 18 | from Him: wherefore all the fears ~mentioned above imply either 42 2, 18 | Reply OBJ 4: These three fears regard punishment but in 43 2, 18 | body. ~Hence both these fears are reckoned as one here, 44 2, 18 | born of love, since man fears the loss of ~what he loves, 45 2, 18 | spirit that ~bestows two fears, viz. servile and chaste 46 2, 18 | loves not justice, and ~fears nothing but the punishment.~ 47 2, 18 | says that ~there are two fears, one servile, another filial 48 2, 18 | fear, when, to wit, a man fears a ~penal evil, not because 49 2, 18 | filial ~fear, whereby a son fears to offend his father or 50 2, 18 | servile fear, whereby one fears punishment.~Aquin.: SMT 51 2, 18 | loves a ~man, the more one fears to offend him and to be 52 2, 18 | loves God, ~the less he fears punishment; first, because 53 2, 18 | another's ~help, the more he fears to offend him or to be separated 54 2, 18 | be like to Him." But God fears ~nothing. Therefore, in 55 2, 18 | opposed to fear, since whoever fears God and is subject to Him, 56 2, 24 | proper to him, as when a man ~fears a tyrant on account of his 57 2, 30 | abundance, but because he fears for the weak, and he admonishes 58 2, 31 | so doing, ~or because he fears lest, if he does so, they 59 2, 31 | the same passage) ~"one fears what people may think, or 60 2, 38 | sheep, end ~flieth, for he fears lest the wolf hurt him, 61 2, 53 | fear, when, to wit, a man fears to lack necessary ~things 62 2, 62 | commands is a proof that he fears Him.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[64] 63 2, 94 | its cause; as when a slave fears a flogging when he sees ~ 64 2, 112 | sharing ~pleasures, but fears to give pain." Therefore 65 2, 121 | De Re Milit. ~i), "No man fears to do what he is confident 66 2, 121 | no other virtue reducing fears to a ~mean. Therefore fortitude 67 2, 121 | death, but also about ~other fears.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[123] A[ 68 2, 121 | since it is the greatest of fears, as stated in Ethic. iii. ~ 69 2, 121 | Reply OBJ 3: He that endures fears not, though he is confronted 70 2, 123 | hand, when the ~appetite fears so as to shun what reason 71 2, 123 | from love; since no one fears save what is contrary to 72 2, 123 | thus the covetous man fears the loss of money, the intemperate 73 2, 123 | spiritual warfare, if he still ~fears to be despoiled of earthly 74 2, 124 | it may happen that a man fears death and ~other temporal 75 2, 124 | fear, in so far as ~a man fears what he ought not, and as 76 2, 124 | fear, in so far as a man fears not ~what he ought to fear.~ 77 2, 127 | takes care to avoid what he fears. Now ~security takes its 78 2, 130 | desires glory more than it fears or loves God, ~that our 79 2, 139 | desires, and fortitude about ~fears.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[141] A[ 80 2, 142 | secret, but ~he who blushes fears to be disgraced."~Aquin.: 81 2, 144 | strengthen ~the soul against fears that deter it from the good 82 2, 151 | pleasures of life, the less he fears death." Nor is there any 83 2, 155 | roughness of soul in one who fears not to pain others.~Aquin.: 84 2, 183 | Church? None save him who fears not God's judgment, and 85 2, 183 | earthly gain: wherefore he fears to stand in the ~way of 86 3, 54 | body: but to remove ~their fears He presently added: "Handle 87 Suppl, 3 | present time, or which, it fears, will produce a greater 88 Suppl, 6 | true, because a just man fears lest, in any act ~which 89 Suppl, 6 | generically worse, but because he fears lest in those ~things which 90 Suppl, 47| of all dangers a good man fears most that which affects ~ 91 Suppl, 47| order to avoid that which he fears. Now the ~constant differs 92 Suppl, 47| without ~fear, but because he fears not what he ought not to 93 Suppl, 53| especially the case if he fears to endanger her ~chastity: 94 Suppl, 67| hope of correcting, but fears by forbidding to furnish 95 Suppl, 72| the gospels, such as wars, fears, and so forth, have been 96 Suppl, 72| cleansed by the ~previous fears and persecutions. The second


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