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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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boasting

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1 2, 106| 27): "Where is . . . thy ~boasting? It is excluded. By what 2 2, 39 | Para. 1/1 ~Reply OBJ 2: Boasting and puffing up of self which 3 2, 58 | should despise Christian by boasting his own ~righteousness, 4 2, 108| dissimulation or hypocrisy: (3) boasting and the opposite vice. ~ 5 2, 108| 7) divides lying into ~"boasting," which exceeds the truth 6 2, 108| truth, and this ~belongs to "boasting," and the lie which stops 7 2, 110| 112] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF BOASTING (TWO ARTICLES)~We must now 8 2, 110| ARTICLES)~We must now consider boasting and irony, which are parts 9 2, 110| the first head, ~namely, boasting, there are two points of 10 2, 110| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether boasting is opposed to the virtue 11 2, 110| 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that boasting is not opposed to the virtue 12 2, 110| and the ~greatness and boasting of his power." Therefore 13 2, 110| of his power." Therefore boasting is not opposed ~to the virtue 14 2, 110| Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, boasting is reckoned by Gregory ( 15 2, 110| know, saith the Lord, ~his boasting, and that the strength thereof 16 2, 110| says (Moral. xxxi, 7) that boasting arises from ~vainglory. 17 2, 110| of humility. ~Therefore boasting is opposed, not to truth, 18 2, 110| Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, boasting seems to be occasioned by 19 2, 110| what advantage ~hath the boasting of riches brought us?" Now 20 2, 110| or ~liberality. Therefore boasting is not opposed to truth.~ 21 2, 110| Ethic. ii, 7; iv, 7), that ~boasting is opposed to truth.~Aquin.: 22 2, 110| answer that, "Jactantia" [boasting] seems properly to denote 23 2, 110| to be, it follows that ~boasting denotes more properly the 24 2, 110| either case it may be called boasting. Hence boasting ~properly 25 2, 110| be called boasting. Hence boasting ~properly so called is opposed 26 2, 110| OBJ 1: This argument takes boasting as exceeding men's opinion.~ 27 2, 110| Reply OBJ 2: The sin of boasting may be considered in two 28 2, 110| sometimes a man takes to boasting, not from arrogance, but 29 2, 110| yet it is not the same as boasting, but is very often its ~ 30 2, 110| this reason Gregory reckons boasting among the species of ~pride. 31 2, 110| obtaining glory through ~his boasting, and so, according to Gregory, 32 2, 110| OBJ 3: Wealth also causes boasting, in two ways. First, as 33 2, 110| Secondly, as being the end of boasting, since according to ~Ethic. 34 2, 110| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether boasting is a mortal sin?~Aquin.: 35 2, 110| 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that boasting is a mortal sin. For it 36 2, 110| to Prov. 6:19. Therefore boasting is a mortal sin.~Aquin.: 37 2, 110| This is a prohibition of boasting and pride." Therefore boasting ~ 38 2, 110| boasting and pride." Therefore boasting ~is a mortal sin.~Aquin.: 39 2, 110| Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, boasting is a kind of lie. But it 40 2, 110| Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Boasting arises from vainglory, according 41 2, 110| awarded them." Therefore boasting is not always a ~mortal 42 2, 110| to charity. Accordingly boasting may be considered in two ~ 43 2, 110| neighbor, as when a man while ~boasting of himself breaks out into 44 2, 110| a mortal sin, ~then the boasting will also be a mortal sin: 45 2, 110| however, a man breaks out into boasting through ~desire of gain, 46 2, 110| his neighbor: wherefore boasting of this kind ~is more likely 47 2, 110| accidentally: and consequently boasting will not be a ~mortal sin 48 2, 110| 2: This gloss speaks of boasting as arising from pride that 49 2, 110| 3 Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 3: Boasting does not always involve 50 2, 110| through mere pleasure in ~boasting, is an inane thing to do, 51 2, 110| commandments for ~the sake of boasting: for then it would be against 52 2, 111| Of its comparison with boasting.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[113] A[ 53 2, 111| a less grievous sin than boasting?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[113] A[ 54 2, 111| a less grievous sin than boasting. For ~each of them is a 55 2, 111| a less grievous sin than boasting.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[113] A[ 56 2, 111| 7), irony ~sometimes is boasting. But boasting is not irony. 57 2, 111| sometimes is boasting. But boasting is not irony. Therefore 58 2, 111| a less grievous sin than boasting.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[113] A[ 59 2, 111| jocose lie. Now ~irony and boasting lie about the same matter, 60 2, 111| 3~But for the most part boasting proceeds from a viler motive, 61 2, 111| says (Ethic. iv, 7) that "boasting is a ~more grievous sin 62 2, 111| argument applies to irony and boasting, according as a ~lie is 63 2, 111| of ~both vices, irony and boasting, although in different respects, 64 2, 115| you ~give for the sake of boasting rather than of pity." Wherefore 65 2, 130| either by words, and this is boasting, or by deeds, and then if ~ 66 2, 130| above (Q[112], A[1], ad 2), boasting is reckoned ~a kind of pride, 67 2, 130| arrogance: but ~outward boasting, according to Ethic. iv, 68 2, 159| be done ~with a view of boasting, which is suppressed by 69 2, 160| of ~different genera. Now boasting is reckoned a species of 70 2, 160| of mind, senseless mirth, boasting, ~singularity, arrogance, 71 2, 160| species of pride, namely "boasting ~of having what one has 72 2, 160| 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Boasting is reckoned a species of 73 2, 160| to which ~is opposed "boasting". The fifth degree of humility 74 3, 35 | put to silence the vain boasting of men who ~take pride in


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