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temerity 4
temp 19
temper 11
temperament 42
temperamentally 2
temperaments 6
temperance 516
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42 supplied
42 suspicion
42 synesis
42 temperament
42 tormented
42 twice
42 wound
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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temperament

   Part, Question
1 1, 76 | requires an organ of equable temperament. ~Therefore the intellectual 2 1, 76 | not be an equability of temperament. And ~this body of an equable 3 1, 76 | this body of an equable temperament has a dignity of its own 4 1, 75 | requires an organ of equable temperament. ~Therefore the intellectual 5 1, 75 | not be an equability of temperament. And ~this body of an equable 6 1, 75 | this body of an equable temperament has a dignity of its own 7 1, 82 | inasmuch as he is ~of such a temperament or disposition due to any 8 1, 90 | contraries by an equable temperament. As to the ~elements, he 9 1, 90 | must have the most equable temperament of all animals. ~Moreover 10 1, 90 | perfect equability of his temperament. The same reason suffices 11 1, 90 | equability of the human ~temperament.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[91] A[ 12 1, 90 | and softness of the human ~temperament. Therefore such things do 13 1, 101 | not ~attuned to the human temperament, as is the lower atmosphere 14 1, 101 | since man is of an even temperament, a fitting place for ~him 15 2, 31 | versa - or from an evil temperament; ~thus some take pleasure 16 2, 34 | suitable simply to ~the human temperament. In another way, through 17 2, 46 | again as to ~the particular temperament of the individual. If then 18 2, 46 | respect of his particular temperament, thus anger is more ~natural 19 2, 46 | from ~a man's individual temperament. Because disposition to 20 2, 46 | anger is due to a ~bilious temperament; and of all the humors, 21 2, 46 | in man both the natural temperament on the ~part of the body, 22 2, 46 | On the part of the bodily temperament, ~a man, considered specifically, 23 2, 46 | of the moderation of his ~temperament. But other animals, for 24 2, 46 | animals, for as much as their temperament recedes ~from this moderation 25 2, 51 | disposed from their own bodily temperament to chastity or meekness 26 2, 63 | respect of the particular temperament of his body, is ~natural 27 2, 65 | find men who, by natural temperament or by being accustomed, 28 2, 85 | of ~its being of a mixed temperament, in order that it may be 29 2, 121 | least results from the ~temperament of the body. Therefore it 30 2, 121 | by ~reason of his natural temperament, as stated above (FS, Q[ 31 2, 136 | through the ~frailty of his temperament. This is how women are compared 32 2, 153 | people by their natural temperament are more prone to concupiscence 33 2, 154 | does not result from ~the temperament of the body. But incontinence 34 2, 154 | results from the bodily ~temperament: for the Philosopher says ( 35 2, 154 | regards the body, has a weak temperament, the result is that ~for 36 2, 154 | account of their earthy temperament are most vehemently aroused. 37 2, 154 | of the softness of his ~temperament, as we have stated with 38 2, 154 | the fact that the bodily temperament is an ~occasional but not 39 2, 154 | results more from the bodily temperament owing to the ~quickness 40 2, 154 | Hence one who ~by bodily temperament is disposed to anger is 41 Suppl, 41| according to the difference of temperament of various individuals. 42 Appen1, 2| person who has a better temperament is punished more severely ~


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