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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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curiosity

   Part, Question
1 2, 77 | organ, so as to denote curiosity according to Augustine's 2 2, 33 | instability, loquacity, curiosity." Therefore it seems that 3 2, 33 | imaginative power, it is called "curiosity"; if it ~affect the speech 4 2, 93 | apparently a species of curiosity, according to Augustine ( 5 2, 93 | Divination is a kind of curiosity with regard to the end in ~ 6 2, 139 | pleasures, for instance, through curiosity ~in matters of knowledge: 7 2, 140 | desire devised by human curiosity [*Cf. ~Q[167]], such as 8 2, 158 | studiousness" which is opposed to curiosity. The third ~regards bodily 9 2, 159 | Studiousness, and its opposite, Curiosity; ~(3) Modesty as affecting 10 2, 160 | degrees of ~pride, namely "curiosity, frivolity of mind, senseless 11 2, 160 | and to this is opposed "curiosity," which consists in looking ~ 12 2, 161 | knowledge, which pertains to curiosity. ~Therefore curiosity, and 13 2, 161 | to curiosity. ~Therefore curiosity, and not pride, was the 14 2, 163 | kind ~of temptation, namely curiosity, is signified by these words: 15 2, 164 | studiousness and its opposite, curiosity. ~Concerning studiousness 16 2, 164 | studiousness is opposed to curiosity. Now curiosity, ~which is 17 2, 164 | opposed to curiosity. Now curiosity, ~which is derived from " 18 2, 164 | sustain his body. Accordingly curiosity is ~accounted to be about 19 2, 164 | which is in excess, namely curiosity. wherefore, on account of 20 2, 164 | temperance bestows." Now ~curiosity is prevented by moderate 21 2, 165 | 167] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF CURIOSITY (TWO ARTICLES)~We must next 22 2, 165 | ARTICLES)~We must next consider curiosity, under which head there 23 2, 165 | 1) Whether the vice of curiosity can regard intellective 24 2, 165 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether curiosity can be about intellective 25 2, 165 | OBJ 1: It would seem that curiosity cannot be about intellective ~ 26 2, 165 | Therefore the ~vice of curiosity cannot be about intellective 27 2, 165 | sinful. Therefore the vice of curiosity cannot be about the intellective ~ 28 2, 165 | Further, if the vice of curiosity can be about any kind of ~ 29 2, 165 | possessors." Therefore curiosity about intellective knowledge 30 2, 165 | mind are sinful. Therefore curiosity about ~intellective sciences 31 2, 165 | great, if with surpassing curiosity and keenness they explore ~ 32 2, 165 | This is superstitious curiosity, of which Augustine says ( 33 2, 165 | the faith by their sinful ~curiosity in seeking knowledge from 34 2, 165 | by empty and perishable curiosity; but we should ever ~mount 35 2, 165 | 1/1~Whether the vice of curiosity is about sensitive knowledge?~ 36 2, 165 | would seem that the vice of curiosity is not about sensitive ~ 37 2, 165 | of touch and taste is not curiosity but lust or ~gluttony. Therefore 38 2, 165 | seemingly neither is the vice of curiosity about ~things known by the 39 2, 165 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, curiosity would seem to refer to watching 40 2, 165 | strongly, and ~overcome by curiosity Alypius opened his eyes." 41 2, 165 | Therefore the vice of curiosity is not about the ~knowledge 42 2, 165 | would seem to pertain to curiosity to inquire into ~our neighbor' 43 2, 165 | Therefore the vice of curiosity does not regard ~the knowledge 44 2, 165 | it seems that the vice of curiosity is about the knowledge of ~ 45 2, 165 | objects of touch, whereas curiosity is about pleasures arising 46 2, 165 | wherein pleasure and wherein curiosity ~is the object of the senses; 47 2, 165 | fragrant, savory, soft; but curiosity, for trial's sake, ~seeketh 48 2, 178 | exercise an empty and futile curiosity, but should ~make them the 49 Suppl, 93| which arises from a certain curiosity as it were, which makes ~


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