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inconsistently 1
inconstancy 37
inconstant 11
incontinence 72
incontinency 1
incontinent 68
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72 foreknowledge
72 idols
72 incontinence
72 instinct
72 instrumental
72 intense
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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incontinence

   Part, Question
1 2, 139 | and so are continence and ~incontinence, perseverance, and effeminacy," 2 2, 146 | That is, any kind of ~incontinence that has reference to lust."~ 3 2, 153 | consider ~continence and incontinence. With regard to continence 4 2, 153 | 4) that "continence ~and incontinence are about the same things 5 2, 153 | Therefore continence ~and incontinence are also about that same 6 2, 153 | Therefore ~continence and incontinence refer properly to desires 7 2, 153 | speak of continence and incontinence in ~reference to venereal 8 2, 153 | thing" [*Categ. ~viii]. But incontinence is in the concupiscible, 9 2, 153 | says [*De Affectibus] that "incontinence is the ~evil inclination 10 2, 153 | to its first mover, and incontinence to ~the concupiscible power: 11 2, 154 | 156] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF INCONTINENCE (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must 12 2, 154 | ARTICLES)~We must now consider incontinence: and under this head there 13 2, 154 | of inquiry:~(1) Whether incontinence pertains to the soul or 14 2, 154 | to the body?~(2) Whether incontinence is a sin?~(3) The comparison 15 2, 154 | The comparison between incontinence and intemperance;~(4) Which 16 2, 154 | 4) Which is the worse, incontinence in anger, or incontinence 17 2, 154 | incontinence in anger, or incontinence in desire?~Aquin.: SMT SS 18 2, 154 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether incontinence pertains to the soul or 19 2, 154 | OBJ 1: It would seem that incontinence pertains not to the soul 20 2, 154 | diversity causes diversity of incontinence: for the ~Philosopher says ( 21 2, 154 | as incontinent. Therefore incontinence pertains not to the ~soul 22 2, 154 | temperament of the body. But incontinence results from the bodily ~ 23 2, 154 | atrabilious temper whose ~incontinence is one of unbridled desire." 24 2, 154 | unbridled desire." Therefore incontinence regards ~the body.~Aquin.: 25 2, 154 | overcomes it. Therefore incontinence pertains to the ~flesh rather 26 2, 154 | respect of continence and incontinence, for we ascribe ~neither 27 2, 154 | neither continence nor incontinence to the beasts, as the Philosopher ~ 28 2, 154 | Ethic. vii, 3). Therefore incontinence is chiefly on the part of ~ 29 2, 154 | merely an occasional cause of incontinence; since it is owing to ~a 30 2, 154 | the sufficient cause of incontinence, ~but are merely the occasion 31 2, 154 | conditions of continence or ~incontinence cease, because such people 32 2, 154 | that the direct cause of incontinence is on the part ~of the soul, 33 2, 154 | this is called "unbridled incontinence" or "impetuosity": secondly, ~ 34 2, 154 | wherefore this kind of incontinence is ~called "weakness." Hence 35 2, 154 | Hence it is manifest that incontinence pertains ~chiefly to the 36 2, 154 | not a sufficient cause of incontinence, as stated above.~Aquin.: 37 2, 154 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether incontinence is a sin?~Aquin.: SMT SS 38 2, 154 | OBJ 1: It would seem that incontinence is not a sin. For as Augustine ~ 39 2, 154 | man can by himself avoid incontinence, according to Wis. 8:21, " 40 2, 154 | God gave it." ~Therefore incontinence is not a sin.~Aquin.: SMT 41 2, 154 | incontinent man. Therefore ~incontinence is not a sin.~Aquin.: SMT 42 2, 154 | iv) that "Paul, through incontinence of divine love, ~exclaimed: 43 2, 154 | Gal. 2:20). Therefore incontinence is not ~a sin.~Aquin.: SMT 44 2, 154 | unmerciful," etc. ~Therefore incontinence is a sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS 45 2, 154 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, Incontinence about a matter may be considered 46 2, 154 | properly and simply: and thus ~incontinence is about concupiscences 47 2, 154 | 155], A[2]~). In this way incontinence is a sin for two reasons: 48 2, 154 | says (Ethic. vii, 4) that "incontinence is censurable not ~only 49 2, 154 | evil desires. Secondly, ~incontinence about a matter is considered, 50 2, 154 | About such things there is ~incontinence, not simply but relatively, 51 2, 154 | A[2], ad 3). In this way incontinence is ~a sin, not from the 52 2, 154 | Body Para. 2/2~Thirdly, incontinence is said to be about a matter, 53 2, 154 | with reason. Such like ~incontinence is no sin, but pertains 54 2, 154 | continent, does not show ~incontinence to be no sin, for, as stated 55 2, 154 | OBJ 3: This argument takes incontinence metaphorically and not ~ 56 2, 154 | unpardonable. Now the sin of incontinence would appear to ~be more 57 2, 154 | grievous, apparently is incontinence: wherefore the ~Philosopher 58 2, 154 | Ethic. ii. 3]. Therefore incontinence of desire is ~less grievous 59 2, 154 | desire is ~less grievous than incontinence of anger.~Aquin.: SMT SS 60 2, 154 | more grievous it is. Now ~incontinence of anger would seem to be 61 2, 154 | than ~adultery, to which incontinence of desire leads. Therefore 62 2, 154 | desire leads. Therefore incontinence ~of anger is graver than 63 2, 154 | of anger is graver than incontinence of desire.~Aquin.: SMT SS 64 2, 154 | says (Ethic. vii, 6) that "incontinence ~of anger is less disgraceful 65 2, 154 | is less disgraceful than incontinence of desire."~Aquin.: SMT 66 2, 154 | answer that, The sin of incontinence may be considered in two 67 2, 154 | of reason. ~In this way incontinence of desire is worse than 68 2, 154 | of desire is worse than incontinence of anger, ~because the movement 69 2, 154 | 2/2~Secondly, the sin of incontinence may be considered with regard 70 2, 154 | forsaking reason; and thus incontinence ~of anger is, for the most 71 2, 154 | This argument considers incontinence with regard to its ~result.~ 72 Suppl, 66| gives ~more evidence of incontinence than one who has several


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