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shame 114
shamed 1
shamefaced 8
shamefacedness 60
shameful 34
shamefully 1
shamefulness 9
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60 opus
60 processions
60 redemption
60 shamefacedness
60 subsist
60 transferred
60 universally
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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shamefacedness

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1 2, 41 | 15); namely, "laziness, shamefacedness, ~shame, amazement, stupor, 2 2, 41 | 2]). Therefore laziness, shamefacedness, and shame, which regard 3 2, 41 | yet to be done, there is ~"shamefacedness"; if, however, it be a deed 4 2, 41 | this sense that laziness, ~shamefacedness, and shame are reckoned 5 2, 18 | of fear, viz. "laziness, shamefacedness," ~etc. of which we have 6 2, 141| temperance results in modesty, ~shamefacedness, abstinence, chastity, honesty, 7 2, 141| integral ~parts of temperance, "shamefacedness," whereby one recoils from 8 2, 142| TEMPERANCE (QQ[144]-154)~OF SHAMEFACEDNESS (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must 9 2, 142| integral parts, which are shamefacedness and honesty. ~With regard 10 2, 142| honesty. ~With regard to shamefacedness there are four points of 11 2, 142| of inquiry:~(1) Whether shamefacedness is a virtue?~(2) What is 12 2, 142| Thes. Para. 1/1 ~Whether shamefacedness is a virtue?~Aquin.: SMT 13 2, 142| 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that shamefacedness is a virtue. For it is proper 14 2, 142| given in Ethic. ii, 6. Now shamefacedness observes ~the mean in this 15 2, 142| Ethic. ii, 7). ~Therefore shamefacedness is a virtue.~Aquin.: SMT 16 2, 142| connected with virtue. Now shamefacedness is praiseworthy. But it 17 2, 142| part of justice. since ~shamefacedness implies a certain passion, 18 2, 142| aggressive, while it belongs to ~shamefacedness to recoil from something; 19 2, 142| is about desires, whereas shamefacedness is ~a kind of fear according 20 2, 142| Hence it follows that shamefacedness is ~a virtue.~Aquin.: SMT 21 2, 142| Tully (De Offic. i, 27). Now shamefacedness is a part of honesty: for ~ 22 2, 142| De Offic. i, 43) that "shamefacedness is the companion and ~familiar 23 2, 142| the beautiful." Therefore shamefacedness is a virtue.~Aquin.: SMT 24 2, 142| certain vices are ~opposed to shamefacedness, namely shamelessness and 25 2, 142| inordinate prudery. ~Therefore shamefacedness is a virtue.~Aquin.: SMT 26 2, 142| according to Ethic. ii, ~1. Now shamefacedness implies a praiseworthy act; 27 2, 142| Ethic. i, 12). Therefore shamefacedness is ~a virtue.~Aquin.: SMT 28 2, 142| Ethic. ii, 7; iv, 9) that ~shamefacedness is not a virtue.~Aquin.: 29 2, 142| the notion of virtue. Now ~shamefacedness is inconsistent with perfection, 30 2, 142| Fide Orth. ii, 15) that "shamefacedness is fear of a base action." ~ 31 2, 142| fear of disgrace. Therefore shamefacedness, properly ~speaking, is 32 2, 142| passions; and in this way /shamefacedness ~is sometimes called a virtue, 33 2, 142| operating from choice. Now ~shamefacedness denotes, not a habit but 34 2, 142| OBJ 2: As stated above, shamefacedness is fear of baseness and ~ 35 2, 142| and disgraceful. Wherefore shamefacedness ~pertains more to temperance 36 2, 142| are base and disgraceful, shamefacedness may also ~pertain to other 37 2, 142| 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Shamefacedness fosters honesty, by removing 38 2, 142| which are the object of ~shamefacedness, without continuing to be 39 2, 142| confronted with the matter of shamefacedness.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[144] A[ 40 2, 142| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether shamefacedness is about a disgraceful action?~ 41 2, 142| OBJ 1: It would seem that shamefacedness is not about a disgraceful ~ 42 2, 142| says (Ethic. iv, 9) that "shamefacedness is ~fear of disgrace." Now 43 2, 142| covered my face." Therefore shamefacedness is not properly ~about a 44 2, 142| Therefore it seems that shamefacedness is ~not properly about a 45 2, 142| ashamed," etc. Therefore ~shamefacedness is not about a disgraceful 46 2, 142| 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, if shamefacedness were properly about a disgraceful ~ 47 2, 142| glory in malice?" Therefore shamefacedness is not properly ~about a 48 2, 142| Nat. Hom. xx)] say that "shamefacedness is fear of doing ~a disgraceful 49 2, 142| character of an arduous good, ~shamefacedness, which is fear of disgrace, 50 2, 142| virtue, it follows that shamefacedness regards also the ~disgrace 51 2, 142| A[2] Body Para. 3/3~Now shamefacedness regards fault in two ways. 52 2, 142| 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Shamefacedness properly regards disgrace 53 2, 142| 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Shamefacedness does not regard virtuous 54 2, 142| reproach, the fear of which is ~shamefacedness, denotes attestation to 55 2, 142| Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, shamefacedness is "fear of disgrace" [* 56 2, 142| Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, shamefacedness is a part of temperance, 57 2, 142| virtuous man, it means that shamefacedness is also.~Aquin.: SMT SS 58 2, 142| As stated above (AA[1],2) shamefacedness is fear of some ~disgrace. 59 2, 142| 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Shamefacedness is a part of temperance, 60 2, 142| De Offic. i, 43) that "shamefacedness lays the first foundation


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