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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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arduous

   Part, Question
1 1, 43 | possessions, or to undertake any arduous work.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] 2 1, 59 | irascible appetite is something arduous belonging to the ~sensible 3 1, 59 | since the ~object of hope is arduous and divine. Temperance, 4 1, 43 | possessions, or to undertake any arduous work.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] 5 1, 60 | irascible appetite is something arduous belonging to the ~sensible 6 1, 60 | since the ~object of hope is arduous and divine. Temperance, 7 1, 80 | its object is ~something arduous, because its tendency is 8 1, 94 | will as another performs an arduous deed; ~because he is ready 9 1, 104| order of nature are not arduous; for they ~occur in small 10 1, 104| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: An arduous thing is called a miracle, 11 2, 23 | inasmuch as it is of an arduous or difficult nature, is 12 2, 23 | which regard ~good or bad as arduous, through being difficult 13 2, 23 | good which is difficult or arduous, considered as ~good, is 14 2, 23 | whereas, considered as ~arduous or difficult, it makes us 15 2, 23 | despair." In like manner the arduous evil, considered as an ~ 16 2, 23 | as ~attempting something arduous, whereby to escape being 17 2, 23 | in the light of something arduous, as stated above ~(A[3]). 18 2, 25 | as something difficult or arduous; whereas such is the ~object 19 2, 25 | to the realization of the arduous good. In like manner ~fear 20 2, 25 | something contrary to the arduous, just as the ~formal object 21 2, 25 | faculty is that which is arduous. But ~because the object 22 2, 25 | irascible faculty is something ~arduous. Now it seems more arduous 23 2, 25 | arduous. Now it seems more arduous to strive to overcome a 24 2, 25 | good. Again, it seems more arduous to strive to overcome a ~ 25 2, 25 | regards something more arduous.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[25] A[ 26 2, 30 | regard good and evil as arduous.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[30] A[ 27 2, 40 | that it must be something arduous and difficult to obtain, ~ 28 2, 40 | because the good which is not arduous is ~reckoned as nothing: 29 2, 40 | to tend chiefly to ~the arduous good, to which hope tends 30 2, 40 | not ~absolutely, but as arduous and difficult of attainment, 31 2, 40 | something ~considered as arduous; of something possible, 32 2, 40 | object ~of hope, which is the arduous good, has the character 33 2, 40 | namely, that it is future, arduous and possible, as stated 34 2, 40 | tends ~to that which is arduous; wherefore youths are spirited 35 2, 41 | absolutely, but as difficult or arduous, so as to be almost ~unavoidable. 36 2, 42 | of fear is a future evil, arduous and not to be easily avoided. 37 2, 45 | daring. But danger is more arduous and ~difficult when present. 38 2, 46 | discriminating between that which is arduous and ~that which is not. 39 2, 77 | inordinate appetite of the arduous good pertains to the "pride 40 2, 85 | deprived of its order to the arduous, there is the wound of weakness; 41 2, 107| nothing of things that seem arduous and beyond our power."~Aquin.: 42 2, 16 | happiness, nothing ~else appears arduous, as compared with that hope; 43 2, 16 | other things besides may be ~arduous to him, so that he may have 44 2, 16 | hope is always something arduous and pertaining to ~the person 45 2, 16 | the appetite towards an arduous good. Now union is of things ~ 46 2, 16 | object of hope is something arduous. But it belongs ~to magnanimity, 47 2, 16 | moral virtue, to tend to the arduous. ~Therefore hope is a moral, 48 2, 16 | Magnanimity tends to something arduous in the hope of ~obtaining 49 2, 16 | virtue, regards something arduous, to be obtained by ~another' 50 2, 16 | of hope is a future good, arduous but possible to obtain. 51 2, 17 | the object of hope is an arduous good, as stated above (Q[ 52 2, 17 | Q[40], A[1]). Now the arduous is the object, not of the 53 2, 17 | object of the irascible is an arduous sensible: whereas ~the object 54 2, 17 | the virtue of hope is an arduous intelligible, or rather ~ 55 2, 17 | obtaining of happiness is an arduous good, ~so is its continuation. 56 2, 17 | Para. 2/2~Since then the arduous possible good cannot be 57 2, 17 | of the body is something arduous in comparison with human ~ 58 2, 18 | avoidance of a possible arduous evil, for little evils inspire 59 2, 18 | exaltation is, with the arduous character of a thing which ~ 60 2, 19 | through his not deeming it an arduous ~good; secondly, through 61 2, 19 | not to ~hope for them as arduous goods. In this way despair 62 2, 19 | fact that a man deems an arduous good impossible ~to obtain, 63 2, 19 | because the good and the arduous regard other passions also. 64 2, 20 | the ~object of hope is an arduous possible good: and a thing 65 2, 22 | the object of hope is ~an arduous good. Therefore hope is 66 2, 22 | regard that good as being arduous, as ~hope does, since what 67 2, 22 | has not the character of arduous: ~and this shows that charity 68 2, 121| moved suddenly to something arduous. Hence the Philosopher says ( 69 2, 126| and prolonged endurance of arduous and ~difficult things for 70 2, 132| fortitude tends to something arduous and difficult, so also does ~ 71 2, 132| of fortitude, in that the arduous ~thing to which fortitude 72 2, 132| the person, whereas the arduous thing to which magnificence ~ 73 2, 134| and prolonged endurance of arduous and ~difficult things for 74 2, 134| virtue or profit." By saying "arduous" ~he refers to constancy 75 2, 137| whether in accomplishing an arduous work, or in enduring grievous 76 2, 142| fear about ~a possible and arduous evil, as stated above (FS, 77 2, 142| do, as being possible and arduous, that ~is to say difficult 78 2, 142| fear is properly about an arduous evil, ~one, namely, that 79 2, 142| not the character of an ~arduous evil. For that which depends 80 2, 142| alone does not appear to ~be arduous and above man's ability: 81 2, 142| has the character of ~an arduous evil, just as honor has 82 2, 142| has the character of an arduous good, ~shamefacedness, which 83 2, 187| during which time nothing arduous is prescribed, no fasts,


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