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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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confidence

   Part, Question
1 2, 40 | apparently hope is the same as confidence; hence when a ~man hopes 2 2, 40 | were the same thing. But confidence, like faith, seems to ~belong 3 2, 40 | in the appetite is called confidence. Because the movement of 4 2, 42 | says (Gal. 5:10): "I have confidence in you in the Lord, that 5 2, 68 | before us the viands of confidence," ~which remains also in 6 2, 68 | fortitude, while it gives confidence, ~may not make us rash; 7 2, 106 | therefore, ~brethren, a confidence in the entering into the 8 2, 3 | may be granted him "with confidence, to make ~known the mystery 9 2, 5 | promptitude, devotion, or confidence.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[5] A[4] 10 2, 36 | the truth with clamorous confidence." If, however, contention 11 2, 67 | appeals. First ~through confidence in the justice of his cause, 12 2, 67 | whose justice he has no ~confidence. Moreover it would seem 13 2, 81 | namely, that we may ~acquire confidence in having recourse to God, 14 2, 81 | excite in ourselves the confidence to ask: which confidence ~ 15 2, 81 | confidence to ask: which confidence ~is excited in us chiefly 16 2, 94 | if they be ~worn out of confidence in God, and in the saints 17 2, 126 | namely ~"magnificence," "confidence," "patience," and "perseverance." 18 2, 126 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, confidence is apparently the same as 19 2, 126 | virtue by itself. Therefore confidence should not be reckoned a 20 2, 126 | danger. ~But magnificence and confidence do not essentially imply 21 2, 126 | fortitude, namely "magnanimity, confidence, security, magnificence, ~ 22 2, 126 | respect Tully mentions "confidence," of which he says (De Invent. 23 2, 126 | seems to be the same as ~confidence, to great honors. Again, 24 2, 126 | FS, Q[62], A[3]). But by ~confidence which here is accounted 25 2, 126 | although ~magnificence and confidence are referred to the accomplishment 26 2, 126 | mentioned by Tully, ~namely "confidence, magnificence, forbearance," 27 2, 126 | Tully under the head of confidence. But Macrobius is more ~ 28 2, 126 | his enumeration. Because confidence denotes a man's hope for ~ 29 2, 126 | still better reply is that confidence pertains to the certitude 30 2, 126 | apparently the same ~as confidence, for he says that "manliness 31 2, 127 | with the exception of ~confidence, for which we shall substitute 32 2, 127 | 6) Of its relation to confidence;~(7) Of its relation to 33 2, 127 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether confidence belongs to magnanimity?~ 34 2, 127 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that confidence does not belong to magnanimity. 35 2, 127 | according to 2 Cor. 3:4,5, "Such confidence we have, through Christ ~ 36 2, 127 | magnanimity. Therefore confidence does not belong to magnanimity.~ 37 2, 127 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, confidence seems to be opposed to fear, 38 2, 127 | to fortitude. Therefore confidence also belongs to ~fortitude 39 2, 127 | But a reward is due ~to confidence, according to Heb. 3:6, 40 2, 127 | Christ, "if we hold fast the confidence and glory of hope unto ~ 41 2, 127 | unto ~the end." Therefore confidence is a virtue distinct from 42 2, 127 | ii) seems to substitute confidence ~for magnanimity, as stated 43 2, 127 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, Confidence takes its name from "fides" [ 44 2, 127 | something and in somebody. But confidence ~belongs to hope, according 45 2, 127 | 11:18, "Thou shalt have confidence, ~hope being set before 46 2, 127 | before thee." Wherefore confidence apparently denotes ~chiefly 47 2, 127 | another, it follows that confidence may denote ~the hope of 48 2, 127 | difficult. Wherefore, since confidence ~denotes a certain strength 49 2, 127 | certain good, it ~follows that confidence belongs to magnanimity.~ 50 2, 127 | magnanimous man to have confidence in ~others, for it is also 51 2, 127 | latter's object ~is evil. Now confidence denotes a certain strength 52 2, 127 | of good, it follows that confidence belongs more properly to ~ 53 2, 127 | follows in consequence that confidence pertains ~to fortitude.~ 54 2, 127 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Confidence, as stated above, denotes 55 2, 127 | certain mode of ~hope: for confidence is hope strengthened by 56 2, 127 | Hence, properly speaking, confidence cannot ~denote a virtue, 57 2, 127 | mind from ~fear, just as confidence denotes strength of hope. 58 2, 127 | fortitude. Wherefore as ~confidence belongs immediately to magnanimity, 59 2, 127 | 45], A[2]). Wherefore as confidence belongs indirectly to ~fortitude, 60 2, 128 | make the attempt without confidence in God's assistance.~Aquin.: 61 2, 128 | justice through ~inordinate confidence in the Divine mercy. The 62 2, 137 | from all perils. A certain confidence of this is ~infused into 63 2, 137 | not go so far as to give confidence ~of overcoming all dangers: 64 2, 138 | magnificence, magnanimity, and ~confidence, as stated above (Q[128]). 65 2, 159 | greater things through ~confidence in God's help, is not contrary 66 2, 159 | humility suppresses ~hope or confidence in self more than it uses 67 2, 159 | to humility than lack of confidence is.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[161] 68 2, 183 | for you. And having this confidence, ~I know that I shall abide"; 69 3, 22 | have ~[Vulg.: 'Having'] a confidence in the entering into the 70 3, 27 | having'] therefore a confidence in the entering ~into the 71 3, 39 | have [Vulg.: 'Having'] a confidence ~in the entering into the 72 3, 40 | that He should give men ~confidence in approaching Him by associating 73 3, 41 | in order to fill us with confidence in His mercy. Hence it is ~ 74 3, 49 | have ~[Vulg.: 'having a'] confidence in the entering into the 75 3, 57 | We have [Vulg.: 'Having'] confidence in the ~entering into the 76 3, 59 | Let us go therefore ~with confidence to the throne of His grace." 77 3, 78 | according to Heb. 10:19: "Having confidence in the entering into the ~ 78 3, 89 | Peter gives proof of greater confidence in Christ: for ~whereas, 79 Suppl, 11| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: A confidence ought not easily to be accepted 80 Suppl, 11| men might have greater confidence in approaching the confessional. ~ 81 Suppl, 93| words of Jn. 16:33, "Have confidence, I have overcome the ~world,"


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