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inconstant 11
incontinence 72
incontinency 1
incontinent 68
incontrovertible 1
inconvenience 6
inconvenient 3
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68 identical
68 imprudence
68 inconsistent
68 incontinent
68 knowable
68 limbo
68 limited
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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incontinent

   Part, Question
1 2, 6 | he proposed, so does the incontinent, through concupiscence. 2 2, 6 | concupiscence, e.g. an incontinent man, does not retain his 3 2, 19 | that "properly speaking the incontinent man is one who does not 4 2, 73 | is more ~shameful to be incontinent in lust than in anger." 5 2, 73 | it is more shameful to be incontinent in lust than in anger, is 6 2, 77 | that the ~syllogism of an incontinent man has four propositions, 7 2, 77 | Ethic. ~vii, 8) compares the incontinent man to an epileptic, whose 8 2, 77 | as is the case with the incontinent, who act counter to their ~ 9 2, 78 | disease, while he compares the incontinent ~man, who sins through passion, 10 2, 51 | 6) ~that "the man who is incontinent through anger listens to 11 2, 51 | perfectly, whereas he who is incontinent through lust does not listen 12 2, 53 | colored" and that "he who is incontinent in desire acts ~with cunning."~ 13 2, 63 | sources, ~and chiefly from an incontinent purpose and a careless mind: 14 2, 136 | contrary pain, he is like the incontinent or effeminate man.~Aquin.: 15 2, 153 | person as ~being continent or incontinent, not simply, but relatively, 16 2, 153 | that they are continent or incontinent in regard to wealth, or 17 2, 153 | continent and in one who is incontinent, since ~in both of them 18 2, 153 | both the ~continent and the incontinent have right reason, and each 19 2, 153 | his reason; whereas the incontinent man chooses ~to follow them, 20 2, 153 | moved by the reason, ~in the incontinent man it is moved by the concupiscible. 21 2, 154 | either as ~continent or as incontinent. Therefore incontinence 22 2, 154 | Now a man is said to be incontinent, because "the flesh lusteth 23 2, 154 | continent man follows and the incontinent forsakes. ~From this it 24 2, 154 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: In the incontinent man concupiscence of the 25 2, 154 | reason is overcome in the incontinent man. Therefore ~incontinence 26 2, 154 | vehemently. Now a man becomes ~incontinent through the vehemence of 27 2, 154 | is written: "Slanderers, incontinent, unmerciful," etc. ~Therefore 28 2, 154 | reasons: first, because the ~incontinent man goes astray from that 29 2, 154 | A man may be said ~to be incontinent in these matters metaphorically, 30 2, 154 | metaphorically, because just as the ~incontinent man is entirely led by his 31 2, 154 | reason is overcome in the incontinent man, ~not necessarily, for 32 2, 154 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the incontinent man sins more gravely than 33 2, 154 | It would seem that the incontinent man sins more gravely than 34 2, 154 | many ~stripes." Now the incontinent man would seem to act against 35 2, 154 | according to Ethic. vii, 3, ~the incontinent man, though knowing how 36 2, 154 | to be good. Therefore the incontinent man sins more ~gravely than 37 2, 154 | seemingly are no good to the ~incontinent man, since he knows he is 38 2, 154 | it would ~appear that the incontinent man sins more gravely than 39 2, 154 | grievous his sin. ~Now the incontinent sins more eagerly than the 40 2, 154 | intemperate, since the ~incontinent man has vehement passions 41 2, 154 | always have. Therefore the incontinent man sins more gravely ~than 42 2, 154 | to his ~choice: but every incontinent man is inclined to repentance." 43 2, 154 | sins more gravely than the incontinent.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[156] A[ 44 2, 154 | through custom: whereas in the incontinent man, the will ~is inclined 45 2, 154 | the result is ~that the incontinent man repents at once, as 46 2, 154 | is much worse ~than the incontinent," as also the Philosopher 47 2, 154 | greater. Now in both ~the incontinent and the intemperate man, 48 2, 154 | either by passion, as in the ~incontinent, or by habit, as in the 49 2, 154 | intemperate than in the incontinent. In one ~respect as regards 50 2, 154 | regards duration, since in the incontinent man this ignorance ~lasts 51 2, 154 | For the ~ignorance of the incontinent man regards some particular 52 2, 154 | Ethic. vii, 7,8) that ~"the incontinent man is better than the intemperate, 53 2, 154 | not suffice to cure the incontinent ~man, for he needs the inward 54 2, 154 | whereas the inclination of the incontinent man ~proceeds from a passion, 55 2, 154 | intemperate man than in the incontinent, as explained ~above. But 56 2, 154 | sometimes greater in the incontinent man, because he does not 57 2, 154 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the incontinent in anger is worse than the 58 2, 154 | anger is worse than the incontinent in desire?~Aquin.: SMT SS 59 2, 154 | It would seem that the incontinent in anger is worse than the ~ 60 2, 154 | anger is worse than the ~incontinent in desire. For the more 61 2, 154 | passion. Now he that is incontinent in ~anger retains more of 62 2, 154 | reason, than one who is incontinent ~in desire: since "anger 63 2, 154 | vii, 6). Therefore the incontinent in ~anger is worse than 64 2, 154 | anger is worse than the incontinent in desire.~Aquin.: SMT SS 65 2, 156 | Ethic. vii, 4) that "the ~incontinent in desire is more disgraceful 66 2, 156 | more disgraceful than the incontinent in anger."~Aquin.: SMT SS 67 Suppl, 60| fear ~lest he should prove incontinent, he may be dispensed by 68 Suppl, 93| the end after leading an incontinent life, ~for to such no fruit


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