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inoperative 3
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inordinate 306
inordinately 86
inordinateness 75
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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inordinately

   Part, Question
1 1, 97 | concupiscence would not have so ~inordinately thrown itself into such 2 2, 35 | to which the ~appetite is inordinately attached.~Aquin.: SMT FS 3 2, 72 | also, for it is defiled ~inordinately: wherefore by this sin alone 4 2, 74 | fail except that power be inordinately disposed with regard to ~ 5 2, 77 | desires a ~temporal good inordinately, is due to the fact that 6 2, 77 | fact that he loves himself ~inordinately; for to wish anyone some 7 2, 77 | causes of those which cause ~inordinately the avoidance of evil.~Aquin.: 8 2, 82 | the very humors that are inordinately disposed, ~so too original 9 2, 82 | chiefly in their ~turning inordinately to mutable good; which inordinateness 10 2, 84 | desire corruptible goods inordinately: and they say that in this 11 2, 84 | follows that he desires ~inordinately his own excellence in temporal 12 2, 84 | and this good is sought inordinately by "vainglory." Secondly, ~ 13 2, 84 | which good is pursued ~inordinately by "gluttony," or the preservation 14 2, 84 | intercourse, which good is sought inordinately by "lust." Thirdly, ~there 15 2, 84 | These same four vices avoid inordinately the contrary evils.~Aquin.: 16 2, 86 | through cleaving to them inordinately, ~against the light of reason 17 2, 86 | stained, when it cleaves inordinately, ~according to Osee 9:10: " 18 2, 87 | in so far as sin turns inordinately to something, its corresponding ~ 19 2, 89 | a creature less than God inordinately, by sinning ~venially.~Aquin.: 20 2, 100 | that, for a man to ~be inordinately disposed towards his end, 21 2, 7 | human ~intellect, adhering inordinately to things below itself, 22 2, 19 | to a mutable good, ~even inordinately, without turning away from 23 2, 20 | whereby a man relies on God inordinately, is a more grievous ~sin 24 2, 20 | presumption whereby a man presumes inordinately on God, ~includes self-love, 25 2, 20 | whereby he loves his own good inordinately. For when ~we desire a thing 26 2, 20 | on the same object, hope inordinately, presumption ~inordinately.~ 27 2, 20 | inordinately, presumption ~inordinately.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[21] A[ 28 2, 31 | subject touches his prelate ~inordinately when he upbraids him with 29 2, 35 | others, and if he do this inordinately, it is due ~to pride and 30 2, 36 | contention ~be conducted so inordinately, as to give scandal to others. 31 2, 37 | a result ~of his turning inordinately to a mutable good, and so 32 2, 39 | those who defend themselves inordinately.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[41] A[ 33 2, 39 | designs to hurt another inordinately.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[41] A[ 34 2, 40 | dissent from one another inordinately.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[42] A[ 35 2, 40 | tyrant's rule be disturbed so inordinately, that his subjects ~suffer 36 2, 49 | execute negligently or inordinately. Hence after the virtue 37 2, 51 | account of ~something being inordinately pleasing to him: nor is 38 2, 53 | though these use counsel inordinately. That men use stratagems 39 2, 65 | were to remit punishment inordinately, he ~would inflict an injury 40 2, 66 | accusing, not anyhow, but ~inordinately. There are two ways, however, 41 2, 95 | tempt God is to ~pray to Him inordinately." Now to pray to God becomingly 42 2, 116 | special aspect ~of good inordinately desired, there is a special 43 2, 116 | with money and to love it ~inordinately are opposed to liberality, 44 2, 116 | is to hold to one's own ~inordinately. But this seemingly is a 45 2, 116 | which the ~human appetite is inordinately subjected; and then the 46 2, 117 | acquire some temporal good inordinately, namely, to give pleasure 47 2, 125 | puts himself in ~danger inordinately, or to others whom he attacks 48 2, 129 | measure; ~so, if it be desired inordinately, it may become to man an 49 2, 134 | such a way ~as not to be inordinately saddened by them. Hence 50 2, 136 | or any other relaxation inordinately.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[138] A[ 51 2, 136 | man exceeds by persisting inordinately in ~something against many 52 2, 151 | your body." ~Wherefore by inordinately using the body through lust 53 2, 151 | pleasure which a man desires inordinately, while on the other hand 54 2, 152 | also if he use his own wife inordinately. But the latter sin is ~ 55 2, 156 | Reply OBJ 3: When a man acts inordinately, the judgment of his reason 56 2, 159 | his ~soul, from tending inordinately to great things: yet its 57 2, 159 | appetite, lest one ~aim inordinately at one's own excellence. 58 2, 160 | 12), "pride imitates God inordinately: for it hath equality ~of 59 2, 160 | it tends to great things inordinately. Since, however, pride implies 60 2, 160 | directed anything that is ~inordinately desired. Secondly, indirectly 61 2, 160 | love makes a man presume inordinately on his superiority over 62 2, 160 | that his appetite ~is borne inordinately towards his own excellence: 63 2, 160 | directions curiously and inordinately. The second degree of ~humility 64 2, 160 | by pride, ~one desires inordinately, is not always opposed to 65 2, 160 | namely, ~a man sets himself inordinately above his neighbor: and 66 2, 160 | uplifting which pride covets inordinately, is ~not essentially most 67 2, 160 | pride covets excellence inordinately: while vainglory covets ~ 68 2, 161 | resulted from his coveting ~inordinately some spiritual good. Now 69 2, 161 | would not have coveted it ~inordinately, by desiring it according 70 2, 161 | the first thing he coveted inordinately ~was his own excellence; 71 2, 161 | coveted ~God's likeness inordinately.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[163] A[ 72 2, 161 | coveted ~God's likeness inordinately, neither of them sinned 73 2, 161 | but to covet this likeness inordinately, that is, above one's ~measure, 74 2, 161 | one covets ~God's likeness inordinately, such as the pride of our 75 2, 165 | the knowledge of truth ~inordinately, since even the desire for 76 2, 167 | for her to adorn herself inordinately. Now ~the former is a sin, 77 2, 187 | charity, when through turning ~inordinately to temporal goods man turns 78 3, 86 | far as mortal sin turns inordinately to a mutable good, it ~gives 79 3, 86 | Wherefore, if man ~turns inordinately to a mutable good, without 80 3, 86 | sin, in so far as it turns inordinately to a ~mutable good, produces 81 3, 87 | disordered through turning inordinately to a ~created good; for 82 Suppl, 49| sins because he allows it ~inordinately. Now the good of reason 83 Suppl, 65| satisfactory, for instance ~eating inordinately in respect of undue time. 84 Suppl, 78| indulges in those pleasures inordinately, as though they were real ~ 85 Suppl, 95| some of the damned loved inordinately some who are not ~damned. 86 Suppl, 95| for those whom they loved ~inordinately. Yet the will of them will


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