Table of Contents | Words: Alphabetical - Frequency - Inverse - Length - Statistics | Help | IntraText Library
Alphabetical    [«  »]
undoing 5
undone 14
undoubtedly 1
undue 68
unduly 13
undutiful 1
unearthly 1
Frequency    [«  »]
68 schism
68 thinks
68 tribunal
68 undue
68 victory
68 washing
67 baptizing
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

IntraText - Concordances

undue

   Part, Question
1 1, 48 | as it is joined to the undue end; just as we do not find 2 1, 58 | according as it is, in an undue manner, ~referred to some 3 1, 49 | as it is joined to the undue end; just as we do not find 4 1, 59 | according as it is, in an undue manner, ~referred to some 5 2, 60 | element of something due or undue to another. For this reason ~ 6 2, 60 | justice is destroyed in the undue ~blow; while gentleness 7 2, 64 | is not right, or for an undue ~"end"; and there will be 8 2, 64 | But if this be done in ~an undue manner, i.e. out of unlawful 9 2, 71 | since vice ~applies also to undue disposition of bodily members 10 2, 72 | to love enkindling us to undue ardor." For it is written ( 11 2, 72 | from love enkindling to undue ardor. Hence it is evident 12 2, 77 | to love arousing ~us to undue ardor or to fear inducing 13 2, 95 | in withdrawing ~man from undue pleasures, to which above 14 2, 100 | among men, that nothing undue be done to anyone, and that ~ 15 2, 100 | the character of something undue: for in this sense the ~ 16 2, 100 | slain unduly. But it is not undue for evil-doers ~or foes 17 2, 104 | obligation of something due or undue); but from some institution, ~ 18 2, 11 | either the desire of an undue end in which way it arises 19 2, 18 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The undue exaltation of man either 20 2, 28 | place his end in ~something undue: so that his appetite does 21 2, 33 | far as he is inclined to undue repose, it is sloth: and 22 2, 33 | sloth; since sloth seeks undue rest in so ~far as it spurns 23 2, 35 | necessary to salvation, or by undue obstinacy, since it has 24 2, 43 | must needs ~fix on some undue end, since every agent acts 25 2, 53 | rational appetite. Hence the undue use of reason ~appears chiefly 26 2, 60 | and someone, for some undue cause procures its revocation, 27 2, 63 | An act which deals with ~undue matter is evil in its genus, 28 2, 63 | having a free-will, is undue matter for imprisonment 29 2, 87 | hurtful, and consequently undue matter for an oath. ~Therefore 30 2, 90 | the ~true God, but "in an undue mode," and this is the first 31 2, 90 | worship given to God in ~an undue mode: as, for instance, 32 2, 91 | SUPERSTITION CONSISTING IN UNDUE WORSHIP OF THE TRUE GOD ( 33 2, 91 | which consists in giving undue worship to the true God; ~( 34 2, 92 | due. Now divine honor is undue to idols, just as it is ~ 35 2, 92 | to idols, just as it is ~undue to other creatures, wherefore 36 2, 92 | unbelief, and to this it adds ~undue worship. But in a case of 37 2, 93 | usurps to himself, in an undue ~manner, the foretelling 38 2, 93 | something divine, but from an undue usurpation thereof, as stated ~ 39 2, 93 | human ~means, but not by the undue means of divination.~Aquin.: 40 2, 93 | worship, so is superstition ~undue worship. But divination 41 2, 93 | does not seem to pertain to undue worship. ~Therefore it does 42 2, 93 | superstition denotes ~undue divine worship. Now a thing 43 2, 94 | not good ~to acquire it by undue means, and it is to this 44 2, 98 | generically when it bears on undue matter. Now a spiritual 45 2, 98 | Now a spiritual thing is undue ~matter for buying and selling 46 2, 108 | is an action bearing on undue matter. For as words are 47 2, 108 | acts, it is unnatural and undue for anyone to signify by ~ 48 2, 108 | were moved to do ~certain undue things. It is thus that 49 2, 114 | by deception to acquire undue honor or gain: while sometimes ~ 50 2, 120 | mind is engrossed in some undue worship, he cannot at the 51 2, 152 | wife is not connected with ~undue matter, but with other circumstances, 52 2, 152 | good of his own body by an undue resolution and defilement 53 2, 152 | defilement thereof, and ~an undue association with another. 54 2, 152 | copulation with a thing of undue species, and ~this is called " 55 2, 152 | Thirdly, by copulation with an undue sex, ~male with male, or 56 2, 152 | copulation, either as to undue means, or as to other ~monstrous 57 2, 156 | namely with regard to an undue object, ~and with regard 58 2, 156 | and with regard to an undue mode of being angry. As 59 2, 157 | let there be piety without undue clemency." Therefore ~savagery 60 2, 160 | that pride originates in undue observation. Now observation ~ 61 2, 166 | people make use of fun at undue times ~or places, or out 62 2, 166 | not introduce play into undue matters and seasons. And ~ 63 Suppl, 45| unlawful persons, who are undue matter for this sacrament; 64 Suppl, 50| on account of a previous undue union between him and the 65 Suppl, 64| aggravates infinitely. But undue time ~is a circumstance. 66 Suppl, 65| inordinately in respect of undue time. Accordingly if an 67 Suppl, 83| deformity arises from the undue disposition of the parts, 68 Suppl, 83| the parts, by reason of ~undue quantity, quality, or place -


Best viewed with any browser at 800x600 or 768x1024 on Tablet PC
IntraText® (V89) - Some rights reserved by Èulogos SpA - 1996-2007. Content in this page is licensed under a Creative Commons License