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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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folly

   Part, Question
1 1, 51 | intercourse with them. Hence it is folly to deny it. But God's ~holy 2 1, 72 | their use, laughs at his folly. And thus ~some people presume 3 1, 52 | intercourse with them. Hence it is folly to deny it. But God's ~holy 4 1, 71 | their use, laughs at his folly. And thus ~some people presume 5 2, 40 | is ~sometimes a proof of folly." But to attempt everything 6 2, 40 | point to ~great hopes; while folly arises from inexperience. 7 2, 40 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Folly and inexperience can be 8 2, 68 | Ghost gives ~wisdom against folly, understanding against dullness, 9 2, 68 | Consequently it is unable ~to avoid folly and other like things mentioned 10 2, 68 | motion safeguards us from all folly, ignorance, dullness of 11 2, 68 | the gifts], so "as against folly to bestow wisdom; against 12 2, 73 | is an adulterer, for the folly of his heart shall destroy 13 2, 79 | was the result of man's folly, wherefore the text goes ~ 14 2, 79 | who, to wit, in their ~folly, use creatures for a purpose 15 2, 8 | Now "wisdom is contrary to folly, ~understanding is contrary 16 2, 8 | be no difference between folly, dulness, ~ignorance and 17 2, 8 | common end of life, wherefore folly is properly opposed to wisdom, 18 2, 39 | intermeddle with strife." Now folly differs from anger, for 19 2, 39 | that it bears a likeness to folly. Hence they ~have a common 20 2, 43 | wisdom is contrary ~to folly." But folly is in the intellect. 21 2, 43 | contrary ~to folly." But folly is in the intellect. Therefore 22 2, 43 | Wisdom is a remedy against folly," as Gregory says ~(Moral. 23 2, 44 | 46] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF FOLLY WHICH IS OPPOSED TO WISDOM ( 24 2, 44 | ARTICLES)~We must now consider folly which is opposed to wisdom; 25 2, 44 | of inquiry:~(1) Whether folly is contrary to wisdom?~( 26 2, 44 | contrary to wisdom?~(2) Whether folly is a sin?~(3) To which capital 27 2, 44 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether folly is contrary to wisdom?~Aquin.: 28 2, 44 | OBJ 1: It would seem that folly is not contrary to wisdom. 29 2, 44 | directly opposed to wisdom. But folly does not seem to be the ~ 30 2, 44 | Divine things alone, ~whereas folly is about both Divine and 31 2, 44 | human things. Therefore folly is ~not contrary to wisdom.~ 32 2, 44 | arrive at the other. But ~folly is the way to arrive at 33 2, 44 | may be wise." Therefore folly is not opposed to wisdom.~ 34 2, 44 | wisdom ~is the cause of folly; for it is written (Jer. 35 2, 44 | thee." Now it belongs to folly to be deceived. Therefore ~ 36 2, 44 | be deceived. Therefore ~folly is not contrary to wisdom.~ 37 2, 44 | Moral. x, 49). Therefore folly is not opposed to wisdom.~ 38 2, 44 | given as a remedy against folly."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[46] A[ 39 2, 44 | answer that, Stultitia [Folly] seems to take its name 40 2, 44 | stuporem] remains unmoved." And folly differs from ~fatuity, according 41 2, 44 | authority (Etym. x), in that folly implies ~apathy in the heart 42 2, 44 | spiritual sense. Therefore folly is fittingly ~opposed to 43 2, 44 | Wherefore it ~is manifest that "folly" is opposed to "wisdom" 44 2, 44 | is seemingly the same as folly. Yet a man would appear 45 2, 44 | so too there is a good folly ~opposed to this evil wisdom, 46 2, 44 | things: and it ~is of this folly that the Apostle speaks.~ 47 2, 44 | them, and this belongs to folly ~simply.~Aquin.: SMT SS 48 2, 44 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether folly is a sin?~Aquin.: SMT SS 49 2, 44 | OBJ 1: It would seem that folly is not a sin. For no sin 50 2, 44 | fools naturally. Therefore folly is not a sin.~Aquin.: SMT 51 2, 44 | De ~Vera Relig. xiv). But folly is not voluntary. Therefore 52 2, 44 | to a Divine precept. But folly is ~not contrary to any 53 2, 44 | to any precept. Therefore folly is not a sin.~Aquin.: SMT 54 2, 44 | save for sin. Therefore ~folly is a sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS 55 2, 44 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, Folly, as stated above (A[1]), 56 2, 44 | of idiots, and such like folly is no sin. Secondly, by ~ 57 2, 44 | evil humor: and such like folly is a sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS 58 2, 44 | wishes those ~things of which folly is a consequence, viz. to 59 2, 44 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Folly is opposed to the precepts 60 2, 44 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether folly is a daughter of lust?~Aquin.: 61 2, 44 | OBJ 1: It would seem that folly is not a daughter of lust. 62 2, 44 | he makes no mention of folly. Therefore folly does not 63 2, 44 | mention of folly. Therefore folly does not proceed from lust.~ 64 2, 44 | of duplicity. Therefore folly is a daughter of ~duplicity 65 2, 44 | persons; and this pertains to folly. Therefore folly arises 66 2, 44 | pertains to folly. Therefore folly arises from ~anger rather 67 2, 44 | As already stated (A[2]), folly, in so far as it is a ~sin, 68 2, 44 | any others. Therefore the folly which is ~a sin, arises 69 2, 44 | Reply OBJ 1: It is part of folly that a man should have a 70 2, 44 | of lust, ~pertaining to folly, namely, "hatred of God" 71 2, 44 | come"; thus he divides folly into two parts as it were.~ 72 2, 44 | worldly wisdom itself is folly ~with God. Hence it does 73 2, 44 | wisdom, is a cause of this folly.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[46] A[ 74 2, 44 | conduces very much to the folly which results from a bodily ~ 75 2, 44 | impediment. On the other hand the folly which is caused by a spiritual ~ 76 2, 70 | a fool according to his folly, lest he ~imagine himself 77 2, 70 | a fool according to ~his folly, lest thou be like him."~ 78 2, 70 | Douay: 'reproaches']." Now folly is a vice opposed to wisdom, ~ 79 2, 70 | Hence reviling arises ~from folly on account of the latter' 80 2, 111| twofold wisdom and a twofold folly. For there is ~a wisdom 81 2, 111| which has human or worldly folly annexed to ~it, according 82 2, 121| In fact is there greater folly than for reason to seek ~ 83 2, 124| of pride, or by reason of folly. Now lack of due love is ~ 84 2, 124| contrary to humility, and folly to prudence ~or wisdom. 85 2, 169| cognitive perfection excludes folly and madness. ~Yet both of 86 2, 186| to wisdom and might avoid folly."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[188] 87 3, 41 | drag it into all sorts of folly, deafening ~it with their


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