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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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modesty

   Part, Question
1 1, 31 | care and with befitting modesty; because, as Augustine ~ 2 1, 94 | image of God, adorned with modesty, restrained by temperance, ~ 3 2, 24 | says (Ethic. ii, 7) that modesty ~is a praiseworthy passion. 4 2, 70 | regards ~external action, by "modesty," whereby we observe the " 5 2, 11 | not wrangle . . . ~with modesty admonishing them that resist 6 2, 11 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: This very modesty demands that the heretic 7 2, 18 | abstinence therefrom; such are modesty, continency ~and chastity.~ 8 2, 118 | epikeia" is the same as modesty. For ~where the Apostle 9 2, 118 | says (Phil. 4:5), "Let your modesty be known to all ~men," the 10 2, 118 | De Invent. Rhet. ii), modesty is a part of temperance. 11 2, 118 | the letter of the law. But modesty, which is reckoned a ~part 12 2, 141 | continence, ~mildness, and modesty." For continence is reckoned 13 2, 141 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, modesty concerns external action, 14 2, 141 | says (Phil. 4:5): "Let your modesty be known to all men." Now 15 2, 141 | Q[58], A[8]). ~Therefore modesty is a part of justice rather 16 2, 141 | that "temperance results in modesty, ~shamefacedness, abstinence, 17 2, 141 | restraint is ~the effect of "modesty," which, according to Andronicus, 18 2, 141 | what is ~due to another. Modesty does not consider this, 19 2, 141 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Under modesty Tully includes whatever 20 2, 147 | adorning themselves with modesty and ~sobriety." Consequently 21 2, 153 | continence; ~(2) clemency; (3) modesty. Under the first head we 22 2, 153 | gloss on Gal. 5:23, "Faith, modesty," ~etc., says that by continence 23 2, 158 | 160] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF MODESTY (TWO ARTICLES)~We must now 24 2, 158 | ARTICLES)~We must now consider modesty: and (1) Modesty in general; ( 25 2, 158 | consider modesty: and (1) Modesty in general; (2) Each of ~ 26 2, 158 | of inquiry:~(1) Whether modesty is a part of temperance?~( 27 2, 158 | 2) What is the matter of modesty?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[160] A[ 28 2, 158 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether modesty is a part of temperance?~ 29 2, 158 | OBJ 1: It would seem that modesty is not a part of temperance. 30 2, 158 | part of temperance. For ~modesty is denominated from mode. 31 2, 158 | species, and order." Therefore modesty ~is a general virtue, and 32 2, 158 | moderation. Now this gives modesty its name. Therefore ~modesty 33 2, 158 | modesty its name. Therefore ~modesty is the same as temperance, 34 2, 158 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, modesty would seem to regard the 35 2, 158 | towards all men . . . with modesty admonishing them ~that resist 36 2, 158 | 1]). Therefore seemingly modesty ~is a part of justice rather 37 2, 158 | Invent. Rhet. ii, 54) reckons modesty as a ~part of temperance.~ 38 2, 158 | difficult. This virtue is called modesty, and is annexed to ~temperance 39 2, 158 | with strong passions, and modesty ~about weaker passions.~ 40 2, 158 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Modesty is to be taken there for 41 2, 158 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether modesty is only about outward actions?~ 42 2, 158 | OBJ 1: It would seem that modesty is only about outward actions. 43 2, 158 | enjoins (Phil. 4:5): "Let your modesty be known to all men." ~Therefore 44 2, 158 | to all men." ~Therefore modesty is only about outward actions.~ 45 2, 158 | is about operations. Now modesty is ~seemingly one virtue. 46 2, 158 | faculties. Therefore, if modesty be one virtue, it cannot ~ 47 2, 158 | observe the ~"mode" whence modesty takes its name. Therefore 48 2, 158 | takes its name. Therefore modesty is about all of ~them.~Aquin.: 49 2, 158 | As stated above (A[1]), modesty differs from temperance, ~ 50 2, 158 | is most ~difficult, while modesty moderates those that present 51 2, 158 | had various opinions about modesty. For wherever ~they found 52 2, 158 | it from the province of modesty, which they confined to ~ 53 2, 158 | distinguished ~temperance from modesty.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[160] A[ 54 2, 158 | severed clemency also from modesty, and held ~modesty to be 55 2, 158 | from modesty, and held ~modesty to be about the remaining 56 2, 158 | these are ~comprised under modesty as understood by Tully; 57 2, 158 | by Tully; and in this way modesty ~regards not only outward 58 2, 158 | 1: The Apostle speaks of modesty as regarding externals. ~ 59 2, 158 | authorities are ~comprised under modesty. Wherefore nothing prevents 60 2, 158 | Wherefore nothing prevents modesty from ~regarding matters 61 2, 158 | between the various parts of modesty, as there is ~between justice, 62 2, 159 | consider next the species of modesty: (1) Humility, and pride ~ 63 2, 159 | opposite, Curiosity; ~(3) Modesty as affecting words or deeds; ( 64 2, 159 | affecting words or deeds; (4) Modesty as affecting outward ~attire.~ 65 2, 159 | Whether it is a part of modesty or temperance?~(5) Of its 66 2, 159 | Whether humility is a part of modesty or temperance?~Aquin.: SMT 67 2, 159 | humility is not a part of modesty or ~temperance. For humility 68 2, 159 | a part of temperance or modesty.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[161] A[ 69 2, 159 | a part of temperance or modesty.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[161] A[ 70 2, 159 | a part of temperance or modesty.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[161] A[ 71 2, 159 | this evidently pertains to ~modesty or temperance. Therefore 72 2, 159 | Therefore humility is a part of modesty or ~temperance.~Aquin.: 73 2, 159 | humility is ~comprised is modesty as understood by Tully ( 74 2, 159 | it from being a part of modesty or ~temperance.~Aquin.: 75 2, 159 | is assigned as a part of modesty ~or temperance by reason 76 2, 164 | it is ~comprised under modesty for the reason given above ( 77 2, 166 | 168] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF MODESTY AS CONSISTING IN THE OUTWARD 78 2, 166 | ARTICLES)~We must next consider modesty as consisting in the outward 79 2, 166 | it is ~comprised under modesty. [*{Eutrapelia} is derived 80 2, 167 | 169] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF MODESTY IN THE OUTWARD APPAREL ( 81 2, 167 | ARTICLES)~We must now consider modesty as connected with the outward 82 2, 167 | adorning themselves ~with modesty and sobriety, not with plaited 83 2, 168 | movements, which is contrary to ~modesty, is opposed to neighborly 84 3, 29 | knew the delicacy of virgin modesty, and how easily the fair 85 3, 30 | was becoming to virginal modesty that the Virgin should be ~ 86 3, 42 | bad that no sort ~of human modesty can bear them." Wherefore 87 3, 80 | discipline, for the Church's modesty and honor to be defiled 88 Suppl, 54| safeguard one another's modesty. ~The Divine law assigns


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