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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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filial

   Part, Question
1 1, 32 | i.e. ~in the paternal, the filial, and the processional." 2 2, 19 | to will what is against filial piety. ~But if man were 3 2, 19 | sometimes be contrary ~to filial piety: for instance, when 4 2, 19 | also, it would be against filial piety. Therefore ~man is 5 2, 67 | this ~life: in the Blessed, filial fear, which abides for ever - 6 2, 67 | is twofold, servile and filial, as we shall state ~further 7 2, 67 | possibility of being punished. Filial fear has two acts: one is 8 2, 100| yet has not the habit of filial piety.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 9 2, 113| to Him; hence an act of filial fear and an ~act of humility 10 2, 7 | It is also the cause of filial fear, whereby one dreads 11 2, 7 | cause of the second, viz. filial fear, because it makes man 12 2, 18 | the division of fear into filial, initial, servile and worldly;~( 13 2, 18 | substantially the same as filial fear?~(6) Whether servile 14 2, 18 | substantially the same as filial fear?~(9) Whether fear is 15 2, 18 | is fittingly divided into filial, initial, servile and ~worldly 16 2, 18 | unfittingly divided into filial, ~initial, servile and worldly 17 2, 18 | of servant to master. Now filial ~fear, which is that of 18 2, 18 | committing a fault, it will be filial fear, for it becomes a child 19 2, 18 | the union of love. Hence filial and chaste fear amount to 20 2, 18 | substantially the same as filial fear?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[19] 21 2, 18 | substantially the same as ~filial fear. For filial fear is 22 2, 18 | same as ~filial fear. For filial fear is to servile fear 23 2, 18 | same. Therefore servile and filial fear are ~substantially 24 2, 18 | object of servile and of filial fear, since they both fear ~ 25 2, 18 | God. Therefore servile and filial fear are substantially the 26 2, 18 | A[2], ad 2). Therefore ~filial fear, whereby we fear separation 27 2, 18 | fears, one servile, another filial or chaste fear.~Aquin.: 28 2, 18 | from evil of fault, which filial fear shuns, as shown above ~( 29 2, 18 | evident that servile and filial fear are not the same ~substantially 30 2, 18 | other hand, servile and ~filial fear differ as to their 31 2, 18 | OBJ 2: Servile fear and filial fear do not regard God in 32 2, 18 | of ~punishment, whereas filial fear looks upon Him, not 33 2, 18 | servile fear in one way, and filial fear, in another. For servile 34 2, 18 | the other hand, chaste or filial fear is the ~beginning of 35 2, 18 | differs substantially from filial fear?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[19] 36 2, 18 | differs substantially from filial ~fear. For filial fear is 37 2, 18 | substantially from filial ~fear. For filial fear is caused by love. 38 2, 18 | initial fear is distinct from filial fear.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[19] 39 2, 18 | servile fear is distinct from filial fear. Therefore initial 40 2, 18 | mean between servile and filial fear. Therefore ~it differs 41 2, 18 | Therefore ~it differs from both filial and servile fear.~Aquin.: 42 2, 18 | a thing. Now initial and filial fear differ in respect of 43 2, 18 | differ substantially from ~filial fear.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[19] 44 2, 18 | however, both servile and filial fear are, in some way, ~ 45 2, 18 | distinct from servile and filial fear, but in the ~sense 46 2, 18 | there is a beginning of filial fear resulting from a beginning 47 2, 18 | possess the perfection of filial fear, ~because they have 48 2, 18 | in the same relation to filial fear as ~imperfect to perfect 49 2, 18 | differ essentially from ~filial fear.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[19] 50 2, 18 | mean between servile and filial fear, not ~as between two 51 2, 18 | gifts of the Holy Ghost, is filial or chaste fear. For it was ~ 52 2, 18 | the movement. This is what filial or chaste fear does, since ~ 53 2, 18 | Serm. Dom. in Monte i, 4) filial fear holds ~the first place, 54 2, 18 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Filial fear is not opposed to the 55 2, 18 | from this help. Wherefore filial ~fear and hope cling together, 56 2, 18 | and ~this is opposed to filial fear, which reveres God. 57 2, 18 | above (AA[2],4); one is filial ~fear, whereby a son fears 58 2, 18 | A[10] Body Para. 2/3~Now filial fear must needs increase 59 2, 18 | the increase of the latter filial fear increases, ~because 60 2, 18 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Filial fear does not imply separation 61 2, 18 | Para. 2/3~But regard to filial fear, as it increases with 62 2, 18 | Because, ~since it belongs to filial fear to show reverence and 63 2, 18 | way to perfection: whereas filial fear, to which the ~beatitude 64 2, 18 | which is the result of ~filial fear, than is external pleasure. 65 2, 21 | is twofold, servile and filial. Now just as man is ~induced, 66 2, 21 | Para. 4/4~On the other hand filial fear which shows reverence 67 2, 21 | for God. Hence precepts of filial ~fear are given in the Law, 68 2, 21 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Filial fear is a preamble to the 69 2, 21 | OBJ 2: From love proceeds filial fear as also other good 70 2, 24 | which is either servile or filial, as is ~evident from what 71 2, 119| among others, of having a filial affection ~towards God, 72 2, 119| which is to revere God with filial affection: for it is ~then 73 3, 80 | reverential fear of God is called filial fear, as ~was said in the 74 3, 85 | the sixth, a movement of filial fear ~whereby a man, of 75 3, 85 | this direction and ~from filial fear as from its immediate 76 Suppl, 1| attrition is servile fear, while filial fear is the cause of contrition. ~


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