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continebatur 1
continence 231
continency 57
continent 56
continentem 1
continentia 2
contingencies 23
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56 comprehend
56 confusion
56 consecrating
56 continent
56 convertible
56 family
56 fulfill
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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continent

   Part, Question
1 2, 58 | passions abound in ~the continent and persevering man, which 2 2, 58 | this ~is wanting in the continent and persevering man. Nor 3 2, 63 | I could not otherwise be continent, ~except God gave it." Therefore 4 2, 70 | desires: or because the ~continent man is subject to concupiscence, 5 2, 51 | but in the reason. For the continent man suffers evil ~concupiscences, 6 2, 51 | reason stands firm, in ~the continent man, against concupiscence, 7 2, 86 | of ~abstinence; and being continent, which is an act of chastity) 8 2, 86 | No price is worthy of a ~continent soul."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 9 2, 86 | 7:34) exhorts us to be continent on account of ~contemplation, 10 2, 86 | is said pointedly "of a continent soul," not ~"of a continent 11 2, 86 | continent soul," not ~"of a continent body."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 12 2, 136 | against ~sorrow, so too do the continent and the temperate against 13 2, 150 | the times: but John was continent even in deed, whereas ~Abraham 14 2, 150 | deed, whereas ~Abraham was continent only in habit."~Aquin.: 15 2, 153 | alone is truly said to be continent who stands to that which 16 2, 153 | he is properly and ~truly continent who holds to right reason, 17 2, 153 | a man may be said to be continent of anger, relatively ~but 18 2, 153 | speak of a person as ~being continent or incontinent, not simply, 19 2, 153 | by adding ~that they are continent or incontinent in regard 20 2, 153 | or not, he is said to be continent [*See ~A[4]], not absolutely, 21 2, 153 | concupiscible: since "the continent man has evil desires," according ~ 22 2, 153 | disposition in one who is continent and in one who is incontinent, 23 2, 153 | in both, since both the ~continent and the incontinent have 24 2, 153 | their choice: since ~the continent man, though subject to vehement 25 2, 153 | moved by either. In the continent man it is moved by the reason, ~ 26 2, 153 | is that the ~will of the continent man resists desires.~Aquin.: 27 2, 153 | No price is worthy of a continent soul." ~Therefore no virtue 28 2, 153 | strive ~lawfully," and the continent man, since he is subject 29 2, 153 | temperate man than in the continent man, because in the former 30 2, 153 | to ~speak, whereas in the continent man the sensitive appetite 31 2, 153 | no price is worthy of a ~continent soul," in the genus of chastity 32 2, 153 | no price is ~worthy of a continent soul," because its value 33 2, 153 | the case of one who is ~continent.~ 34 2, 154 | not described either as ~continent or as incontinent. Therefore 35 2, 154 | judgment of ~reason, which the continent man follows and the incontinent 36 2, 154 | describe women as being continent, because they are ~vacillating" 37 2, 154 | that I could not . . . be continent, except God gave it." ~Therefore 38 2, 154 | God's help in order to be continent, does not show ~incontinence 39 2, 184 | no price is worthy ~of a continent soul." Now the vow of that 40 3, 7 | temperate man differs from the continent in this - that the temperate 41 3, 7 | the evil desires which the continent suffers. Hence, taking ~ 42 3, 29 | after marriage they remain continent by mutual consent, their 43 Suppl, 53| obligation of ~remaining continent. But as to the manner in 44 Suppl, 53| will be bound to ~remain continent against her will, since 45 Suppl, 59| in the possession of the continent: hence the comparison fails. ~ 46 Suppl, 59| would be forced to remain ~continent, which would seem unreasonable, 47 Suppl, 62| women are not said to be continent on account of their being 48 Suppl, 62| neither can dumb animals be continent, ~because they have nothing 49 Suppl, 62| improbable that one who was not continent during marriage will ~be 50 Suppl, 62| marriage will ~be able to be continent afterwards. Therefore it 51 Suppl, 64| that his wife may remain continent.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[64] A[ 52 Suppl, 64| people it is better to be continent than to make use of ~marriage. 53 Suppl, 64| that it pleases her to be continent, and so he is not ~bound 54 Suppl, 64| to be ~willing to remain continent for a time, in order to 55 Suppl, 93| experienced no conflict in being continent, for she was not infected 56 Suppl, 93| greater conflict in ~remaining continent; and in other respects,


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