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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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shun

   Part, Question
1 1, 31 | the error of Arius we must shun the use of the terms ~diversity 2 1, 31 | heresy of Sabellius, we must shun the term "singularity," ~ 3 2, 2 | more than aught else, men ~shun servitude, which is contrary 4 2, 2 | is it that men naturally shun it; not because man's supreme ~ 5 2, 23 | 1), so evil is what all shun. Therefore, in the passions 6 2, 23 | as such; but all things shun it: wherefore evil cannot 7 2, 23 | inclination to seek good, or to shun evil, is presupposed as 8 2, 25 | common tendency to desire or shun something.~Aquin.: SMT FS 9 2, 34 | The temperate man does not shun all pleasures, but those ~ 10 2, 35 | is nobody that ~does not shun sorrow more than he seeks 11 2, 39 | this point of view, all shun sorrow, ~inasmuch as they 12 2, 39 | sorrow, ~inasmuch as they shun evil: but they do not shun 13 2, 39 | shun evil: but they do not shun the perception and ~rejection 14 2, 94 | natural law; for instance, to shun ~ignorance, to avoid offending 15 2, 102 | ad 8); and in order to shun idolatrous rite ~whereby 16 2, 108 | are becoming to grace, and shun what is opposed ~to it.~ 17 2, 108 | earthly goods ought we to shun the glory of human favor.~ 18 2, 10 | It is so necessary to shun idolatry, that we should ~ 19 2, 24 | But those who have charity shun the society of the body, 20 2, 32 | loves, so does it directly shun what ~it hates. Hence when 21 2, 43 | wisdom," because it makes us shun evil, while the last thing ~ 22 2, 75 | says (Ep. ad Nepot. lii): "Shun, as you would the ~plague, 23 2, 111 | Further, it is not a sin to shun pride. But "some belittle ~ 24 2, 111 | Tract. xliii in Joan.): "Shun not arrogance so as ~to 25 2, 121 | There ~is none that does not shun pain more than he desires 26 2, 123 | appetite fears so as to shun what reason requires to 27 2, 123 | dictates that we should shun the evils that we ~cannot 28 2, 123 | but of cowardice: for to shun hardships is a mark of ~ 29 2, 123 | Wherefore it is no sin not to shun what is ~less to be shunned 30 2, 139 | fear of God in order to shun those things which are most 31 2, 140 | remedy in avoiding ~sin is to shun pleasures, and this pertains 32 2, 148 | We learn that we should shun ~drunkenness, which prevents 33 2, 157 | concur in this, that both shun and ~recoil from another' 34 2, 183 | the spiritual ~corn, if he shun the episcopal state, whereas 35 2, 187 | mind, Who commands us to shun all troublesome desires, 36 3, 82 | lawful priest): but what we shun is the sin of the unworthy ~ 37 Suppl, 95| damned will wickedness, but shun punishment: and thus ~indirectly 38 Suppl, 95| in their sins they will ~shun, not what they heretofore


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