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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 75 | change in the body; so that ~excessive strength of the sensible 2 1, 74 | change in the body; so that ~excessive strength of the sensible 3 1, 96 | Philosopher says (Top. vi, 3): "Excessive ~suffering wastes the very 4 1, 97 | is a certain deformity of excessive concupiscence, which in 5 2, 28 | reason of this change being excessive: just as ~it happens in 6 2, 32 | for ~instance when it is excessive.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[32] A[ 7 2, 32 | OBJ 2: Prodigality is an excessive spending, which is unnatural: ~ 8 2, 37 | body; though, if they be excessive, they may be harmful to 9 2, 38 | of joy: ~except they be excessive, in which case, accidentally, 10 2, 39 | the virtuous good; but ~excessive sorrow, of which Augustine 11 2, 39 | be taken as referring to excessive ~sorrow, which consumes 12 2, 55 | evil of drunkenness and excessive drink, consists in a ~falling 13 2, 64 | which it may happen to ~be excessive or deficient, as stated 14 2, 72 | as in an idle ~word, and excessive laughter. Therefore venial 15 2, 82 | different causes, e.g. from ~excessive heat or cold, or from a 16 2, 88 | neighbor, e.g. an idle word, excessive ~laughter, and so forth: 17 2, 88 | him as a sin, but only the excessive ~drink. If, however, he 18 2, 89 | which is a good ~thing, excessive love of his wife or of his 19 2, 102 | obedience or a vow, or from excessive concupiscence; or ~through 20 2, 102 | prohibited on account of their ~excessive moisture; such as eels and 21 2, 102 | third reason was to prevent excessive care about food: ~wherefore 22 2, 103 | Jew. But he did sin by excessive minuteness in the observance 23 2, 105 | should be burdened with excessive labor, ~wherefore the Lord 24 2, 107 | prescribed a delay, so that excessive eagerness for ~divorce might 25 2, 20 | Further, presumption denotes excessive hope. But there cannot be ~ 26 2, 20 | Presumption does not denote excessive hope, as though man ~hoped 27 2, 29 | inward passion so as to avoid excessive desire and love for riches; ~ 28 2, 30 | which might arise from excessive love of ~riches, the result 29 2, 46 | other enumeration is either excessive or deficient.~Aquin.: SMT 30 2, 53 | Our Lord forbids such like excessive solicitude, ~saying: "Be . . . 31 2, 56 | extended to whatever is excessive, and ~whatever is deficient 32 2, 82 | to men, either through ~excessive humility, or through pernicious 33 2, 91 | the concupiscences, is not excessive in the divine worship, provided 34 2, 91 | all this must be reckoned excessive and superstitious, ~because 35 2, 91 | that ~there can be nothing excessive in them. It is different 36 2, 116 | Now since ~covetousness is excessive love of possessing riches, 37 2, 116 | by hindering man with excessive anxiety and ~care, for " 38 2, 125 | Para. 1/1 - OF DARING [*Excessive daring or foolhardiness] ( 39 2, 125 | anger meaning ~not any but excessive anger, in which case it 40 2, 125 | fortitude, in the point of excessive daring, there will likewise 41 2, 126 | fortitude is concerned, without excessive sorrow, but also any other ~ 42 2, 133 | would merely ~consist in excessive spending. But those who 43 2, 142 | far as it results from excessive love of disgraceful things, 44 2, 145 | immoderately, whether by excessive lack of nourishment, or 45 2, 147 | of reason even more than excessive eating. Hence it is ~written ( 46 2, 148 | vomiting; and from this excessive drink drunkenness ~ensues. 47 2, 148 | conversely, that what is excessive for a healthy man is moderate 48 2, 148 | be deemed ~to have taken excessive meat or drink. There is, 49 2, 150 | as it is not parched by excessive heat, so too, ~virginity 50 2, 152 | with the discharge of this ~excessive or disintegrated humor: 51 2, 152 | sinful cause (for ~instance excessive eating or drinking), nocturnal 52 2, 152 | affords, and because of the excessive ardor of love, as ~stated 53 2, 155 | this might be prevented by excessive anger.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 54 2, 159 | virtue both to restrain excessive ~movement, and to strengthen 55 2, 159 | strengthen the soul against excessive withdrawal: thus ~fortitude 56 2, 159 | is "the habit of avoiding excessive ~expenditure and parade." 57 2, 159 | than it uses it; wherefore excessive ~self-confidence is more 58 2, 159 | Ep. ccxi): "Lest through excessive humility ~the superior lose 59 2, 166 | that all, and not only ~excessive, games should be avoided." 60 2, 166 | that there is no sin in excessive ~play.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 61 2, 166 | laughter and inordinate ~joy in excessive play. Therefore there is 62 2, 166 | according to reason, the ~excessive is that which goes beyond, 63 2, 166 | according to reason. ~Wherefore excessive play is that which goes 64 2, 166 | thus it is evident ~that excessive play is a mortal sin.~Aquin.: 65 2, 166 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Excessive play pertains to senseless 66 2, 166 | words of Tobias 3 ~refer to excessive mirth; and this is evident 67 2, 166 | pleasures, but ~only such as are excessive and inordinate; wherefore 68 2, 167 | Whether women sin mortally by excessive adornment?~Aquin.: SMT SS 69 2, 167 | iii, ~12): "We must avoid excessive pleasure in the use of things, 70 2, 167 | when a man seeks glory from excessive attention to dress; in so 71 2, 167 | seeks sensuous pleasure from excessive attention to ~dress, in 72 2, 167 | the habit of ~avoiding excessive expenditure and parade"; " 73 2, 167 | simplicity," which excludes excessive solicitude about ~such things, 74 2, 167 | Therefore it seems that also the excessive adornment of women is a 75 2, 185 | disease that ~arises from excessive heat is most efficaciously 76 2, 185 | motivated by contempt of ~excessive dress or by affectation." 77 2, 186 | care, but only such as is ~excessive and hurtful; wherefore Augustine, 78 2, 186 | is evident ~that to have excessive riches in common, whether 79 2, 186 | applies where there are excessive ~riches, possessed in private 80 2, 186 | should lead him to have excessive wealth, the abuse ~of which 81 3, 84 | to virtue, and if it be excessive it is sinful, because it ~ 82 3, 89 | the care of later teachers excessive, who ~without endangering 83 Suppl, 40| are appointed, ~although excessive care for such things is; 84 Suppl, 58| 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Excessive calidity can scarcely be 85 Suppl, 78| subtract or supply what was excessive ~or lacking in man.~Aquin.: 86 Suppl, 94| from the snow waters ~to excessive heat."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 87 Appen1, 2| this that ~venial sin is excessive love of a temporal thing,


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