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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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intemperance

   Part, Question
1 1, 82 | concupiscences, and by intemperance ill-disposed: and by knowledge 2 2, 35 | fittingness to one another. For intemperance and justice, which are in ~ 3 2, 54 | same ~object; for instance, intemperance and insensibility about 4 2, 72 | the motive in the sin of intemperance is love for bodily pleasures, 5 2, 73 | iii, ~10) that "sins of intemperance are most worthy of reproach, 6 2, 57 | some other kind of sin, intemperance for ~instance or imprudence, 7 2, 115| those who spend ~much on intemperance are not liberal but prodigal"; 8 2, 117| however, he inclines to intemperance, ~both because through spending 9 2, 117| too much for the sake of ~intemperance points already to several 10 2, 136| be delicate seems akin to intemperance. ~Therefore effeminacy is 11 2, 139| vii, 4,7: "temperance and ~intemperance are about the same things, 12 2, 139| seemingly ~temperance and intemperance have little if anything 13 2, 139| however, temperance and intemperance are about pleasures of ~ 14 2, 140| insensibility is a sin?~(2) Whether intemperance is a childish sin?~(3) Of 15 2, 140| Of the comparison between intemperance and timidity;~(4) Whether 16 2, 140| and timidity;~(4) Whether intemperance is the most disgraceful 17 2, 140| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether intemperance is a childish sin?~Aquin.: 18 2, 140| OBJ 1: It would seem that intemperance is not a childish sin. For 19 2, 140| of which is ~contrary to intemperance. Therefore intemperance 20 2, 140| intemperance. Therefore intemperance is not a childish sin.~Aquin.: 21 2, 140| natural desires few sin by intemperance," according to the Philosopher ~( 22 2, 140| Ethic. iii, 11). Therefore intemperance is not a childish sin.~Aquin.: 23 2, 140| and pleasure, about which intemperance is concerned, are ~always 24 2, 140| concupiscence'], etc. Therefore intemperance is not a childish sin.~Aquin.: 25 2, 140| that "we apply ~the term intemperance* to childish faults." [*{ 26 2, 140| not mean ~that the sin of intemperance is childish in this sense. 27 2, 140| this sense that sins of intemperance are said ~to be childish. 28 2, 140| childish. For the sin of intemperance is one of unchecked ~concupiscence, 29 2, 140| this sense that the sin of ~intemperance is said to be childish, 30 2, 140| and thus temperance and intemperance are about ~natural desires, 31 2, 140| these things much, yet ~intemperance is called a childish sin 32 2, 140| is a greater vice than intemperance? [*Cf. Q[125]]~Aquin.: SMT 33 2, 140| cowardice is a greater vice than intemperance. ~For a vice deserves reproach 34 2, 140| cowardice is a greater vice than intemperance.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[142] A[ 35 2, 140| stronger than fear." ~Therefore intemperance, which is overcome by pleasure, 36 2, 140| cowardice is more voluntary than intemperance, since no man desires to 37 2, 140| more grievous sin than ~intemperance.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[142] A[ 38 2, 140| Ethic. iii, 12) that ~"intemperance seems more akin to voluntary 39 2, 140| sins: and in both ways intemperance is a more grievous sin than ~ 40 2, 140| life. On ~the other hand, intemperance is about pleasures, the 41 2, 140| stated above ~(A[2], ad 2), intemperance is more about certain annexed 42 2, 140| grievous the sin. Wherefore intemperance is a ~more grievous vice 43 2, 140| pleasure which is the motive of intemperance. ~Secondly, because the 44 2, 140| sin the graver it is. Now ~intemperance has more of the voluntary 45 2, 140| effective remedy against intemperance is ~not to dwell on the 46 2, 140| more ~voluntary. Wherefore intemperance, being simply more voluntary 47 2, 140| easier to find a ~remedy for intemperance than for cowardice, since 48 2, 140| which are the matter of intemperance, are of everyday occurrence, ~ 49 2, 140| certain precedence over intemperance, since by cowardice some 50 2, 140| cowardice to take precedence of intemperance. For ~just as it is a greater 51 2, 140| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether intemperance is the most disgraceful 52 2, 140| OBJ 1: It would seem that intemperance is not the most disgraceful 53 2, 140| are more grievous than intemperance: for instance murder, blasphemy, 54 2, 140| and ~the like. Therefore intemperance is not the most disgraceful 55 2, 140| ashamed of them. Now sins of intemperance ~are most common, because 56 2, 140| sin. Therefore sins of ~intemperance do not seem to be most disgraceful.~ 57 2, 140| vii, 6) temperance and ~intemperance are about human desires 58 2, 140| Ethic. vii, 5). Therefore intemperance is not the most ~disgraceful 59 2, 140| Ethic. iii, 10) that ~"intemperance is justly more deserving 60 2, 140| A[1], ad 3). Accordingly intemperance is most ~disgraceful for 61 2, 140| which are the matter of intemperance dim the light of reason ~ 62 2, 140| comprised under the head of intemperance, although less ~culpable, 63 2, 140| OBJ 3: When we say that intemperance is most disgraceful, we 64 2, 140| reducible to the ~genus of intemperance, by way of excess: for instance, 65 2, 141| comeliness, ~and the vices of intemperance excel others in disgrace.~ 66 2, 142| A[4]) that the vice of ~intemperance is most base and disgraceful. 67 2, 143| seemingly be taken, pertains to ~intemperance rather than to temperance. 68 2, 148| opposed to the species of intemperance it has no name. ~Hence the 69 2, 148| is most prone to sins of intemperance, because such ~like concupiscences 70 2, 149| 12) likens all vices of ~intemperance to childish sins, which 71 2, 149| 12) that "every kind ~of intemperance is most deserving of reproach." 72 2, 149| disgrace, the vices of ~intemperance are especially disgraceful, 73 2, 149| OBJ 3: Among the vices of intemperance, venereal sins are most ~ 74 2, 151| Philosopher (Ethic. vi, 5), intemperance ~is the chief corruptive 75 2, 151| the principal species of ~intemperance.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[153] A[ 76 2, 153| things as temperance and ~intemperance." Now temperance and intemperance 77 2, 153| intemperance." Now temperance and intemperance are about the desires for ~ 78 2, 154| between incontinence and intemperance;~(4) Which is the worse, 79 2, 154| pleasures of touch, even as ~intemperance is, as we have said in reference 80 2, 154| incurable than the sin of intemperance. For a person's sin is ~ 81 2, 184| one's possessions through intemperance, or without any useful ~ 82 3, 80 | foregoing sin, whether of intemperance, or of bad ~thoughts, for 83 3, 80 | the danger of vomiting and intemperance, which sometimes arise ~


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