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viceregents 1
vices 404
vicia 1
vicious 58
vicissitude 5
vicissitudes 1
victim 53
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58 unsuitably
58 variety
58 vessels
58 vicious
58 zeal
57 124
57 132
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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vicious

   Part, Question
1 1, 11 | Hence there would be a vicious ~circle in the definition; 2 1, 25 | power, there would be a vicious circle in explaining the 3 1, 30 | plurality; it follows ~that a vicious circle results, confusing 4 2, 6 | pleasurable sensation or some vicious ~habit.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 5 2, 7 | to consider virtuous and vicious acts, just as ~the moralist 6 2, 18 | on the other hand, the vicious man, in the ~matter of each 7 2, 18 | indifferent action to a vicious or virtuous end. Therefore ~ 8 2, 55 | always referred to evil, ~as vicious habits: others are sometimes 9 2, 59 | to mean sin which ~is a vicious act, nothing hinders a passion 10 2, 63 | efficacious than evil. But vicious habits are caused by evil 11 2, 71 | Which is worse, a vice or a vicious act?~(4) Whether a vicious 12 2, 71 | vicious act?~(4) Whether a vicious act is compatible with virtue?~( 13 2, 71 | disease and sickness ~are vicious qualities," for in speaking 14 2, 71 | such, is from God; and is a vicious ~nature, in so far as it 15 2, 71 | Whether vice is worse than a vicious act?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[71] 16 2, 71 | the worse it is. Now a vicious habit is more ~lasting than 17 2, 71 | habit is more ~lasting than vicious acts, that pass forthwith. 18 2, 71 | pass forthwith. Therefore a vicious habit ~is worse than a vicious 19 2, 71 | vicious habit ~is worse than a vicious act.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[71] 20 2, 71 | many bad acts. Therefore a vicious habit ~is worse than a vicious 21 2, 71 | vicious habit ~is worse than a vicious act.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[71] 22 2, 71 | is justly punished for a vicious act; but not for ~a vicious 23 2, 71 | vicious act; but not for ~a vicious habit, so long as no act 24 2, 71 | act ensues. Therefore a vicious action is ~worse than a 25 2, 71 | action is ~worse than a vicious habit.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 26 2, 71 | 1: It would seem that a vicious act, i.e. sin, is incompatible 27 2, 78 | the acts which precede a ~vicious habit are not committed 28 2, 78 | i.e. ~those who have a vicious habit, "are full of remorse" ( 29 2, 78 | happen that one ~who has a vicious habit may break forth into 30 2, 78 | sometimes that one who has a ~vicious habit, acts, not from that 31 2, 78 | But whenever he uses the vicious ~habit he must needs sin 32 2, 78 | befits a man in respect of a vicious habit, is ~something that 33 2, 93 | virtue is ~corrupted by vicious habits, and, moreover, the 34 2, 94 | is ~virtuous in one, and vicious in another. Therefore not 35 2, 94 | to them, while they are vicious ~for others, as being out 36 2, 94 | necessary conclusions; or ~by vicious customs and corrupt habits, 37 2, 96 | of all the ~virtues. For vicious acts are contrary to acts 38 2, 96 | law does not forbid all vicious acts, by the ~obligation 39 2, 13 | the very inclination ~of a vicious habit which we call malice, 40 2, 19 | false opinion about God, is ~vicious and sinful.~Aquin.: SMT 41 2, 32 | come last. This hatred ~is vicious, but the former is not.~ 42 2, 58 | further it goes, the ~more vicious it is.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 43 2, 73 | a reprehensible, ~i.e. a vicious action, a man forfeits his 44 2, 87 | he shall persist in this vicious habit we wish ~that he be 45 2, 117 | of virtue. Now a thing is vicious and sinful ~through corrupting 46 2, 128 | throughout natural things is vicious and sinful. Now it is ~established 47 2, 128 | its ability. Hence it is vicious and sinful, as ~being contrary 48 2, 140 | Therefore there is nothing vicious in ~insensibility.~Aquin.: 49 2, 140 | to the natural order is vicious. Now ~nature has introduced 50 2, 142 | way a man refrains ~from vicious acts through fear of reproach: 51 2, 142 | because he ~looks upon them as vicious according to human opinion, 52 2, 145 | generically may be rendered vicious ~by its connection with 53 2, 164 | Ethic. iii, 2, that "every vicious person is ignorant of what 54 2, 166 | Consequently they are vicious, and are said to be boorish 55 3, 15 | to call them diseases or vicious passions?"~Aquin.: SMT TP 56 3, 68 | as a remedy against their vicious habits.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 57 3, 86 | Predicaments (Categor. viii) "a vicious man by ~doing good works 58 Suppl, 44| there would seem to be a vicious circle.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[


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