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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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proud

   Part, Question
1 1, 63 | the like sort; yet he is proud and envious."~Aquin.: SMT 2 1, 63 | things being equal, the proud would rather be subject ~ 3 1, 64 | the like sort; yet he is proud and envious."~Aquin.: SMT 4 1, 64 | things being equal, the proud would rather be subject ~ 5 1, 108 | to the text, "Among the proud there are ~always contentions" ( 6 2, 27 | 13:10) that "among the proud there are ~always contentions"; 7 2, 27 | are contentions among the proud," because they ~hinder one 8 2, 55 | OBJ 5: Further, whoever is proud of a thing, makes bad use 9 2, 55 | use of it. But ~many are proud of virtue, for Augustine 10 2, 55 | hating it, or by being ~proud of it: but one cannot make 11 2, 84 | overturned the thrones of proud princes"; indeed this is 12 2, 98 | who are hard-hearted and proud, whom the law restrains 13 2, 98 | man's pride. For man was proud of two ~things, viz. of 14 2, 98 | knowledge and of power. He was proud of his knowledge, as ~though 15 2, 102 | stains of a puffed-up and ~proud spirit in the deep furrow 16 2, 113 | 4:6: "God resisteth the proud and giveth grace to the ~ 17 2, 18 | voiding of a puffed up and proud spirit, according to ~Augustine' 18 2, 28 | For the same reason the proud are without ~pity, because 19 2, 28 | godliness," i.e. of the proud, ~"is not compassionate 20 2, 36 | instance, when a man is proud of his ~humility: for when 21 2, 70 | Rm. 1:30, "contumelious, proud," ~says: "The contumelious 22 2, 81 | more perfect may not wax proud, ~seeing that they find 23 2, 89 | praised makes the wicked ~proud, so does it incite the good 24 2, 110 | of Moab, he is exceeding proud: his haughtiness, and his 25 2, 110 | significantly described as "proud" [Douay: ~'glorious']. Secondly, 26 2, 128 | makes a man high-handed, proud, ~haughty restless, and 27 2, 131 | proceed from pride, since the proud man sets ~himself above 28 2, 131 | perchance ~he would have been proud, had he undertaken the leadership 29 2, 131 | again he would have been proud, had he ~refused to obey 30 2, 143 | might be replied that to be proud of one's honesty is to play 31 2, 159 | for the latter might wax proud, or despise the other. Hence ~ 32 2, 159 | 6): "God ~resisteth the proud, and giveth grace to the 33 2, 160 | A man is ~said to be proud, because he wishes to appear 34 2, 160 | overstep beyond what he is, is proud. ~Now right reason requires 35 2, 160 | xxxiv, 23) that "one man is ~proud of his gold, another of 36 2, 160 | Moral. xxiv, 8) that "the proud observe ~other people's 37 2, 160 | removing its cause. For the proud ~man subjects not his intellect 38 2, 160 | prudent," i.e. from the proud, who are wise and ~prudent 39 2, 160 | hindered by pride, because the proud, through delighting in ~ 40 2, 160 | Moral. xxiii, 17) that "the proud, although certain hidden 41 2, 160 | mind," by which a man is proud ~of speech. The third degree 42 2, 160 | of God, inasmuch as ~the proud man does not subject himself 43 2, 160 | 1. Hence some are ~even proud of their humility.~Aquin.: 44 2, 160 | gloss on Ps. 118:51, "The proud did iniquitously," ~says: " 45 2, 160 | that "God resisteth the ~proud." Wherefore aversion from 46 2, 160 | way wherein I walked, the proud [*Cf. Ps. 139:6, ~'The proud 47 2, 160 | proud [*Cf. Ps. 139:6, ~'The proud have hidden a net for me.'] [ 48 2, 160 | Why ~is earth and ashes proud?" and by considering God' 49 2, 160 | fact ~of its arising out of proud contempt, is rendered more 50 2, 161 | own power, and a certain proud self-presumption." This 51 2, 162 | are written, lest they be proud ~likewise, because Adam 52 2, 183 | others, for this would be proud and presumptuous; but ~it 53 2, 184 | sins are committed ~through proud contempt." Nevertheless 54 2, 186 | Prov. ~13:10, "Among the proud there are always dissensions": 55 2, 186 | members of a community wax proud and wanton. But they do ~ 56 3, 1 | one person, let not ~these proud spirits dare to prefer themselves 57 3, 36 | terror into ~the heart of a proud king?"~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 58 3, 36 | sinners,'" so that "the proud might not boast, nor the 59 3, 40 | is an occasion for being proud; and beggary is an ~occasion 60 3, 80 | is seen in those who are proud of their ~virtues. So likewise 61 Suppl, 21| But that severity was ~proud and erroneous. Therefore


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