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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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immoderate

   Part, Question
1 1, 63 | special kind of sin, is the ~immoderate greed of temporal possessions 2 1, 63 | be in them. But if every ~immoderate greed of possessing any 3 1, 64 | special kind of sin, is the ~immoderate greed of temporal possessions 4 1, 64 | be in them. But if every ~immoderate greed of possessing any 5 1, 94 | directed to curb passions: thus immoderate concupiscence is ~restrained 6 1, 94 | restrained by temperance, and immoderate fear by fortitude. But in 7 2, 34 | that man, being prone to ~immoderate pleasures, arrives at the 8 2, 34 | pleasures, but those ~that are immoderate, and contrary to reason. 9 2, 59 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Immoderate sorrow is a disease of the 10 2, 60 | gentleness is destroyed by the immoderate anger. The same may ~be 11 2, 84 | covetousness, which is immoderate desire for riches, is opposed 12 2, 20 | Presumption seems to imply immoderate hope. Now the ~object of 13 2, 26 | the medicine would be immoderate.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[27] A[ 14 2, 33 | sorrow for good, and ~again immoderate sorrow for evil, call for 15 2, 45 | Further, no virtue can be immoderate. But prudence is immoderate, ~ 16 2, 45 | immoderate. But prudence is immoderate, ~else it would be useless 17 2, 56 | it ~as resulting from an immoderate desire for wealth. Since, 18 2, 69 | they wickedly extort an immoderate fee, they sin against justice. 19 2, 86 | sometimes vows are made about immoderate vigils or fasts which tend 20 2, 90 | latter is defined as being "immoderate observance of religion," 21 2, 96 | virtuous, and not unbearable or immoderate.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[98] A[ 22 2, 113 | detractions but are uplifted by ~immoderate praise, so that whom the 23 2, 115 | one be not hindered by an immoderate love of money, either from ~ 24 2, 116 | covetousness, which is ~defined as "immoderate love of possessing." It 25 2, 116 | Now in every sin there is immoderate ~desire of something, because 26 2, 116 | sin, forasmuch as it is an immoderate love of having possessions, 27 2, 116 | amplified to denote all ~immoderate desire for having anything 28 2, 121 | of passions to certain ~immoderate emotions of the sensitive 29 2, 121 | for his action, but not ~immoderate anger.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 30 2, 121 | not be the case were it immoderate.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[123] A[ 31 2, 125 | opposed to that virtue, as immoderate to ~moderate. Now daring, 32 2, 136 | amusement is effeminate." Now immoderate fondness of amusement ~is 33 2, 139 | reason, not through being ~immoderate, but chiefly in respect 34 2, 139 | follow: since he that ~is not immoderate in desire is moderate in 35 2, 139 | controls the presumption of immoderate hope. Therefore, seemingly, ~ 36 2, 141 | although a man ~suffer immoderate concupiscences, his will 37 2, 146 | sin by the very heat of an immoderate ~appetite" - which are contained 38 2, 146 | consists properly ~in an immoderate pleasure in eating and drinking. 39 2, 146 | whose ~keenness is dulled by immoderate meat and drink, and in this 40 2, 146 | gluttons were carried away by immoderate ~speech, that rich man who 41 2, 146 | unseemly" arises chiefly from immoderate partaking ~of meat or drink. 42 2, 146 | oneself to its necessity by immoderate meat or ~drink. However, 43 2, 147 | most ~profitable, while immoderate excess therein is most harmful, 44 2, 147 | embroiling the reason with immoderate pleasure: and in this ~respect 45 2, 147 | that he abstain from its immoderate use. Secondly, a man may ~ 46 2, 147 | operations proper to them. Now immoderate ~use of wine is a notable 47 2, 148 | is ~involuntary: whereas immoderate use of wine is voluntary, 48 2, 148 | drunkenness, which is caused by ~immoderate drink, is a venial sin.~ 49 2, 148 | Article, consists in the immoderate use and concupiscence of 50 2, 148 | knows not the ~drink to be immoderate and intoxicating: and then 51 2, 148 | perceives the ~drink to be immoderate, but without knowing it 52 2, 148 | aware that the drink is immoderate and intoxicating, and yet ~ 53 2, 148 | moderate ~for a healthy man are immoderate for a sick man, so too it 54 2, 155 | whereunto he is ~inclined by immoderate love or desire of money, 55 2, 159 | degree, and that one be not immoderate in ~speech, which refers 56 2, 160 | AA[1],2,3), pride denotes immoderate ~desire of one's own excellence, 57 2, 166 | virtue restrains a man from immoderate fun, it is ~comprised under 58 2, 183 | namely that he sins ~through immoderate attachment thereto or use 59 Suppl, 3 | For no sorrow can be more immoderate than that which destroys 60 Suppl, 49| Further, wherever there is immoderate passion there is moral ~ 61 Suppl, 49| in that act from ~being immoderate. Therefore they cannot excuse 62 Suppl, 49| that ~it is reckoned to be immoderate. Now the pleasure attaching 63 Suppl, 65| a greater gravity ~than immoderate eating, because it is about 64 Suppl, 77| very dense, or it will be immoderate in ~quantity.~Aquin.: SMT 65 Suppl, 77| hair, lest it should ~be immoderate, but it will rise again 66 Suppl, 78| like manner in those who by immoderate size have ~exceeded the 67 Suppl, 79| contrary to nature." ~Hence an immoderate movement of the heart is


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