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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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moderate

   Part, Question
1 1, 90 | this reason, a place of moderate temperature ~is required 2 1, 94 | are 'per se' ~competent to moderate the passions.~Aquin.: SMT 3 1, 97 | coition, because he cannot moderate concupiscence. In ~the state 4 2, 24 | Peripatetics maintained that moderate passions are good. This ~ 5 2, 24 | that "every evil, though moderate, should be ~shunned; for, 6 2, 31 | themselves both sober and moderate.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[31] A[ 7 2, 37 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Moderate sorrow, that does not cause 8 2, 37 | therefore pain or sorrow be moderate, it can conduce accidentally 9 2, 44 | the soul, if the fear be moderate, without much disturbance 10 2, 47 | prosperous or successful, nor in moderate pleasures and well-founded ~ 11 2, 53 | virtuous habit in order to moderate his own ~passions or deeds, 12 2, 59 | wise man, and can cause him moderate ~sorrow. Again, although 13 2, 59 | disease of the mind: but moderate ~sorrow is the mark of a 14 2, 63 | temperance is the same, viz. to moderate desires of touch. ~Therefore 15 2, 63 | acquired and infused temperance moderate desires for ~pleasures of 16 2, 66 | whereas faith does not moderate the appetitive movement 17 2, 18 | fear, which pertain to the moderate use of ~temporal things 18 2, 29 | belongs to liberality to moderate ~this inward passion so 19 2, 30 | yet such ~alms should be moderate, lest through giving too 20 2, 33 | nor for blame: whereas ~moderate sorrow for evil calls for 21 2, 43 | as far as he can, to be moderate in all ~things, and in this 22 2, 45 | prudence ~itself should be moderate, but that moderation must 23 2, 62 | that a ~man omit the act of moderate self-defense in order to 24 2, 69 | provided, however, they take a ~moderate fee, with due consideration 25 2, 75 | instance, a man may intend the moderate gain which he ~seeks to 26 2, 91 | and his body, too, by a moderate curbing of ~the concupiscences, 27 2, 93 | namely, the wise alone, who moderate these ~inclinations by their 28 2, 112 | belongs to temperance to moderate the greatest pleasures, 29 2, 116 | Just as liberality is about moderate sums of money, so is ~illiberality. 30 2, 118 | belongs to "epikeia" to moderate something, namely, the ~ 31 2, 121 | goods must in consequence moderate the fear of contrary ~evils: 32 2, 121 | to allay fear, than to ~moderate daring." For it is more 33 2, 121 | difficult to allay fear than to moderate ~daring, since the danger 34 2, 121 | Accordingly the brave man employs moderate anger for his action, but 35 2, 121 | this good, inasmuch as they moderate ~the passions, lest they 36 2, 124 | fortitude ~that man should moderate his fear according to reason, 37 2, 125 | virtue, as immoderate to ~moderate. Now daring, in so far as 38 2, 132 | which ~are removed by a moderate love of money, belongs to 39 2, 133 | great things, so does it moderate little things: wherefore 40 2, 135 | Ethic. ~vii, 4,7) does not moderate any passions, but consists 41 2, 139 | which consists in a certain ~moderate and fitting proportion, 42 2, 139 | temperance is ~reason's firm and moderate mastery of lust and other 43 2, 139 | dangers of death, than to moderate desires and pleasures, which ~ 44 2, 139 | properly to moral virtue to moderate those ~passions which denote 45 2, 139 | immoderate in desire is moderate in hope, and grieves moderately ~ 46 2, 139 | properly to temperance to ~moderate desires and pleasures of 47 2, 139 | that the ~reason is able to moderate desires and pleasures that 48 2, 140 | resisting concupiscence we moderate it according to the demands 49 2, 141 | belongs to temperance to moderate pleasures of ~touch, which 50 2, 141 | which are most difficult to moderate. Wherefore any virtue that 51 2, 143 | to which it ~belongs to moderate and temper evil desires. 52 2, 144 | man should be content with moderate meat, so should ~he be satisfied 53 2, 144 | should ~he be satisfied with moderate clothes, according to 1 54 2, 144 | virtue in being content with moderate ~clothes. Neither, therefore, 55 2, 148 | meat and drink should be ~moderate in accordance with the demands 56 2, 148 | meat and drink which are moderate ~for a healthy man are immoderate 57 2, 148 | excessive for a healthy man is moderate for one ~that is ailing. 58 2, 149 | chastity that a man ~make moderate use of bodily members in 59 2, 155 | Wherefore virtues that ~moderate passions, to a certain extent, 60 2, 155 | effect as ~virtues that moderate actions, although they differ 61 2, 158 | is most difficult to be ~moderate, namely the concupiscences 62 2, 158 | is ~need for a virtue to moderate other lesser matters where 63 2, 159 | and the actions which moderate the impetuosity of the emotions, 64 2, 164 | curiosity is prevented by moderate studiousness. Therefore 65 2, 164 | belongs to ~temperance to moderate the movement of the appetite, 66 2, 166 | since he is deaf to the moderate mirth of others. ~Consequently 67 2, 167 | belongs to natural reason to moderate it; so that we are naturally ~ 68 2, 186 | riches, whether ~abundant or moderate, be possessed in private 69 2, 186 | contemplation should be more ~moderate, unless the said religious 70 2, 186 | But they do ~not apply to moderate wealth, set by for the common 71 3, 74 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: A moderate mixing does not alter the 72 Suppl, 4 | intense, so ought it to be ~of moderate duration, lest, if it should 73 Suppl, 4 | of which we should make ~moderate use, according as the end, 74 Suppl, 79| called its passion, but a ~moderate movement is called its operation. 75 Suppl, 94| restoring an equable or moderate temperature, as happens ~


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