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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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despise

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1 1, 64 | has power ~over them who despise God's commandments, and 2 1, 65 | has power ~over them who despise God's commandments, and 3 2, 2 | already possess them, we despise them, and seek others: which 4 2, 2 | reason, that it causes him to despise other goods. Therefore it 5 2, 47 | especially with those "who despise what he takes a great interest 6 2, 47 | are angry with those who despise ~philosophy," and so forth. 7 2, 47 | good; so that if anyone despise it, it seems as though we ~ 8 2, 47 | poor man, if the latter despise him; and in like manner ~ 9 2, 47 | to wit, they seem not to ~despise, but rather to think much 10 2, 47 | indignity. Consequently if they despise us by hurting or by failing 11 2, 73 | so far that man ought to ~despise his natural life lest he 12 2, 101 | of downfall, were ~he to despise what he cannot grasp. Hence 13 2, 102 | slaying of animals. For men despise evil-smelling things as 14 2, 105 | they ~should not proudly despise them, or ill-treat them, 15 2, 10 | believing masters, let them not despise ~them." Moreover it is written ( 16 2, 18 | self-love, for it makes us despise ourselves: thus Augustine 17 2, 24 | desire external goods ~as to despise spiritual goods.~Aquin.: 18 2, 25 | trouble, ~while we almost despise what comes easy to us.~Aquin.: 19 2, 28 | without ~pity, because they despise others, and think them wicked, 20 2, 58 | but ~that Christian should despise Christian by boasting his 21 2, 58 | him. Now no man ought to despise or in any way injure another ~ 22 2, 63 | Ecclus. 35:17): "He will not ~despise the prayers of the fatherless, 23 2, 70 | excel, are more prone to despise others and inflict ~injuries 24 2, 73 | so would seem the more to despise and ~dishonor the other 25 2, 75 | gain, which ~clerics should despise, and because trading is 26 2, 79 | negligere,' to neglect ~or despise.]. Or again, religion may 27 2, 97 | order to coerce those who despise spiritual things.~Aquin.: 28 2, 122 | faith, which teaches us to despise things ~visible for the 29 2, 122 | body. For men are wont to despise both their kindred and all 30 2, 127 | are worthy of praise who despise riches in such a way ~as 31 2, 127 | If, however, one were to despise honors so as not to ~care 32 2, 127 | above him; rather does he ~despise them, and much more such 33 2, 127 | and magnanimity makes him despise others in so far as they ~ 34 2, 127 | their sake. Yet he does not despise them, but that he esteems 35 2, 159 | latter might wax proud, or despise the other. Hence ~Augustine 36 2, 159 | are promised to those who despise ~earthly riches, according 37 2, 159 | are promised to those who despise worldly ~joys, according 38 2, 159 | because it is proper to ~it to despise earthly uplifting. Wherefore 39 2, 160 | since pride makes a man despise the ~Divine law which hinders 40 2, 160 | having what they have not, or despise others and wish to ~appear 41 2, 166 | will think you rude, or despise you as a cad." Now a man ~ 42 2, 182 | especially are bound to despise all things for the honor 43 2, 184 | another vow whereby they may despise worldly honors.~Aquin.: 44 2, 185 | 1~Reply OBJ 4: Those who despise all for God's sake are bound 45 2, 185 | our Lord teaches us ~to despise (Mt. 15:12-14). If, however, 46 2, 186 | since it is difficult to despise riches when we ~have them, 47 2, 187 | ourselves to excel in wisdom we despise the Church's little ~ones, 48 3, 1 | goodness, for He did not despise the weakness of His own 49 3, 1 | beginning, lest they should despise it through ~pride, if they 50 3, 5 | first of these He did not despise what was better and more 51 3, 31 | Agone Christ. xi): "Men, despise not yourselves: ~the Son 52 3, 31 | Son of God became a man: despise not yourselves, women; the 53 3, 55 | lest His disciples might despise ~its weakness, Christ meant 54 3, 80 | acting in it, and this is to ~despise the sacrament in itself. 55 Suppl, 36| Titus 2:15, "Let no man ~despise thee," says that "not only 56 Suppl, 86| poverty belongs to ~those who despise all the things of the world 57 Suppl, 93| fortitude that others may ~despise death. Those to whom the


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