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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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foolish

   Part, Question
1 1, 23 | said to be half-witted or foolish; ~but they who attain to 2 1, 25 | the text, "God hath made foolish the wisdom of this ~world" ( 3 1, 25 | the wisdom of this ~world foolish [*Vulg.: 'Hath not God', 4 1, 25 | wisdom of the world is deemed foolish, because what is ~impossible 5 1, 47 | ii, 3): "What can be more foolish than to say that the divine 6 1, 48 | that a ~"prodigal man is foolish, but not evil." And from 7 1, 65 | for they cannot lead the foolish ~away from God except by 8 1, 72 | and which, if ~he is a foolish fellow, he considers unnecessary. 9 1, 75 | thus in the person of the foolish, as ~expressed in the words 10 1, 48 | ii, 3): "What can be more foolish than to say that the divine 11 1, 49 | that a ~"prodigal man is foolish, but not evil." And from 12 1, 66 | for they cannot lead the foolish ~away from God except by 13 1, 71 | and which, if ~he is a foolish fellow, he considers unnecessary. 14 1, 74 | thus in the person of the foolish, as ~expressed in the words 15 1, 102 | 103] A[5] Body Para. 2/2~Foolish therefore was the opinion 16 2, 2 | human goods not ~from the foolish but from the wise: just 17 2, 2 | desire delight; both wise and foolish, and even ~irrational creatures. 18 2, 40 | For the same reason all foolish and thoughtless persons ~ 19 2, 102 | Thus if you speak of a foolish, and of a wise man, each 20 2, 106 | in Acts 2. However, these foolish notions ~are refuted by 21 2, 43 | have grace are naturally foolish, for ~instance madmen who 22 2, 44 | that deceives and makes us ~foolish in God's sight, as is evident 23 2, 51 | and the imprudent [Douay: 'foolish'] man shall spend it." Therefore ~ 24 2, 70 | Lord said (Lk. 24:25): ~"O foolish and slow of heart to believe!" 25 2, 70 | Lord called the disciples "foolish," and the ~Apostle called 26 2, 70 | and in this he is like the foolish man. Hence reviling arises ~ 27 2, 75 | OBJ 2: Further, it seems foolish for anyone to do what prevents 28 2, 79 | still more because they were foolish and wicked.~Aquin.: SMT 29 2, 86 | it, for an unfaithful and foolish ~promise displeaseth Him." 30 2, 86 | of a vow. For it would be foolish to vow that one would die 31 2, 86 | Scholast.]: "In vowing he was foolish, through lack of discretion, 32 2, 107 | to glory, I shall not be foolish: for I will ~say the truth. 33 2, 111 | him, said, I am the most foolish of men." Also it is ~written ( 34 2, 111 | acknowledges himself to be most foolish in the estimation of men, ~ 35 2, 117 | dwelling of ~the just; and the foolish man shall spend it": and 36 2, 146 | gloss on Eph. ~5:4, "Or foolish talking or scurrility," 37 2, 150 | Nobody, I think, would be so foolish as to ~deem this maiden 38 2, 151 | scurrilous," "wanton" and "foolish talking." There the ~aforesaid 39 2, 151 | and so he gives way ~"to foolish talking," for instance, 40 2, 152 | kissing ~and fondling"), "or foolish talking" (as "soft speeches"), " 41 2, 152 | obscenity, as neither of foolish talking or ~scurrility. 42 2, 156 | 5:2): "Anger killeth the foolish man [*Vulg.: 'Anger indeed 43 2, 156 | Anger indeed killeth ~the foolish']," and he speaks of the 44 2, 156 | mortal sin, but that the foolish are killed spiritually by 45 2, 169 | Israel, that the prophet was foolish and mad [*Vulg.: ~'the spiritual 46 2, 169 | prophets who are described as foolish and mad are not ~true but 47 2, 169 | Ezech. 13:3): "Woe to the foolish prophets, that follow their 48 2, 183 | by others. And it seems foolish ~to say that so many holy 49 2, 184 | for an unfaithful and foolish promise ~displeaseth Him." 50 2, 185 | practice of holiness. For it is foolish to say that a man is rendered ~ 51 2, 185 | and ~consequently it is foolish to declare that the religious 52 2, 187 | it, for an unfaithful and foolish ~promise displeaseth him"; 53 2, 187 | therefore evident that this is a foolish alarm; ~thus might a man 54 3, 20 | master of Himself. It is ~foolish, or rather impious, to think 55 3, 35 | from the Father: for it is foolish and a ~mark of ignorance 56 3, 36 | He came 'to choose ~the foolish things that He might confound 57 3, 36 | reigning. Therefore it was foolish of ~the Magi to proclaim 58 3, 36 | heavenly sign. Therefore it was foolish of them to seek human guidance ~ 59 3, 44 | ask such a ~question is foolish in the extreme," because 60 3, 55 | Himself (Lk. ~24:25): "O foolish and slow of heart to believe": 61 3, 76 | lxxxiii): "Some are so foolish as to say that the mystical 62 3, 85 | 3), "no ~virtuous man is foolish." But it seems foolish to 63 3, 85 | is foolish." But it seems foolish to deplore what has been ~ 64 3, 85 | OBJ 3: It would indeed be foolish to grieve for what has already ~ 65 3, 85 | punishment: and this is ~not foolish.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[85] A[ 66 Suppl, 64| contrary; but it would be foolish of him to admit ~this presumption


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