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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 94 | Divine grace, they were ~ashamed of their nakedness, for 2 1, 94 | disposed that he would be ashamed if he did ~wrong" (Ethic. 3 1, 95 | they were naked and ~not ashamed, there being no inordinate 4 2, 37 | workman that needeth not to be ashamed." ~Therefore sorrow is not 5 2, 44 | 4]). ~But "those who are ashamed blush," as Cicero (De Quaest. 6 2, 44 | being that those who are ashamed blush.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 7 2, 106 | says (Rm. 1:16): "I am not ashamed of the ~Gospel: for it is 8 2, 13 | things, of which you are now ~ashamed?" The consideration of this 9 2, 30 | own family, who would be ashamed to beg ~help from others." 10 2, 64 | iv, 9. Now men are more ashamed of theft than of robbery. 11 2, 64 | wherefore they are less ashamed of robbery than of ~theft. ~ 12 2, 73 | being dishonored: for ~to be ashamed is "to fear dishonor," as 13 2, 73 | through being confused and ashamed at reprehensible deeds ~ 14 2, 81 | Let all my enemies be ashamed and be . . ~. troubled, 15 2, 81 | troubled, let them be ashamed and be troubled very speedily [* 16 2, 81 | them be turned back and be ashamed.']." Therefore we too should 17 2, 114 | iv, 9). But a man is more ashamed to be a flatterer than a 18 2, 114 | a man is not always more ashamed of a more grievous sin, ~ 19 2, 114 | it is that a man is more ashamed of flattery ~than of quarreling, 20 2, 122 | Christian, let him not be ashamed, but let him glorify God 21 2, 140 | disgraceful, since men are less ashamed of them. Now sins of intemperance ~ 22 2, 142 | the cause of a man being ashamed?~(4) What kind of people 23 2, 142 | What kind of people are ashamed?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[144] A[ 24 2, 142 | OBJ 5: Being frequently ashamed causes the habit of an acquired ~ 25 2, 142 | without continuing to be ashamed in their regard: ~although 26 2, 142 | virtue, a man would be more ~ashamed, if confronted with the 27 2, 142 | what is sinful. ~Yet man is ashamed of things that are not sins, 28 2, 142 | Yet sometimes people are ashamed to do virtuous ~deeds, according 29 2, 142 | 9:26, "He that shall be ashamed of Me and My ~words, of 30 2, 142 | the Son of man shall be ashamed," etc. Therefore ~shamefacedness 31 2, 142 | disgraceful the action the more ~ashamed would one be. Yet sometimes 32 2, 142 | sometimes a man is more ashamed of lesser sins, ~while he 33 2, 142 | 5) that ~"a man is less ashamed of those defects which are 34 2, 142 | latter we say that he is ~"ashamed." Hence he says that "the 35 2, 142 | says that "the man who is ashamed acts in secret, but ~he 36 2, 142 | 6) ~that "a man is more ashamed of those things of which 37 2, 142 | that a man ~is sometimes ashamed of the reproaches which 38 2, 142 | defect. Hence a ~man is ashamed of poverty, disrepute, servitude, 39 2, 142 | accidentally that a man is ashamed of them either because he ~ 40 2, 142 | good; thus a man is more ashamed of cowardice than of daring, 41 2, 142 | deeds. Now man is not made ashamed of his sin by those whom 42 2, 142 | most ~liable to be made ashamed by those among whom they 43 2, 142 | Therefore man is not made most ashamed by those who are more ~closely 44 2, 142 | that "man is made most ~ashamed by those who are to be continually 45 2, 142 | does he make another person ashamed. Now a ~person's attestation 46 2, 142 | are more liable to be made ashamed by persons connected with 47 2, 142 | more liable to ~be made ashamed by those who are able to 48 2, 142 | connected with us make us ~more ashamed, since we are to be continually 49 2, 142 | the better sort make us ashamed for the same ~reason as 50 2, 142 | 3: Tale-bearers make us ashamed on account of the harm they 51 2, 142 | no wrong, make us more ~ashamed, on account of the harm 52 2, 142 | reason why we ~are made more ashamed by those of whom we ask 53 2, 142 | even virtuous men can be ashamed?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[144] A[ 54 2, 142 | even virtuous men can be ashamed. For ~contraries have contrary 55 2, 142 | excel in wickedness are ~not ashamed, according to Jer. 3:3, " 56 2, 142 | are more inclined to ~be ashamed.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[144] A[ 57 2, 142 | Rhet. ii, 6) that "men are ashamed ~not only of vice, but also 58 2, 142 | Therefore virtuous men can be ashamed.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[144] A[ 59 2, 142 | Therefore a ~virtuous man can be ashamed.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[144] A[ 60 2, 142 | things that should make him ashamed are not deemed by him to 61 2, 142 | disgraceful in them they would be ashamed of it. Wherefore the ~Philosopher 62 2, 142 | wherefore he ~is not much ashamed of them. Nevertheless, to 63 2, 149 | things of which man is most ashamed. Now men are most ~ashamed 64 2, 149 | ashamed. Now men are most ~ashamed of venereal acts, as Augustine 65 2, 149 | external members. Now man is ~ashamed not only of this sexual 66 2, 152 | respect, wherefore men are ashamed of ~them. Wherefore it is 67 2, 162 | and his wife, and were not ashamed." The same cannot be said 68 2, 185 | Offic. i, 30) that "to ~be ashamed to beg is a sign of good 69 3, 36 | they had expected to, were ashamed to ~return to him": as Augustine 70 3, 64 | he is neither ~afraid nor ashamed, all unworthy that he is, 71 3, 72 | forehead: hence "those who are ashamed, blush, and those who ~are 72 3, 85 | of which one ought to be ashamed; whereas it is not contrary 73 Suppl, 4 | committed, so should we be ~ashamed of it. But shame for sin 74 Suppl, 4 | forgiven has nothing ~to be ashamed of." Therefore it seems 75 Suppl, 36| things; he is not afraid nor ashamed, all unworthy that ~he is 76 Suppl, 49| sin, for man ~is naturally ashamed of any defect.~Aquin.: SMT 77 Suppl, 53| interpretively, as when she is ashamed and her husband ~feels that 78 Suppl, 64| OBJ 3: The master is not ashamed to demand of his slave the 79 Suppl, 64| those parents who are not ashamed to come together in ~sexual 80 Suppl, 64| natural that he should be less ashamed ~than the wife to ask for 81 Suppl, 84| sin, so that one is less ashamed thereof. If therefore every


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