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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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fool

   Part, Question
1 1, 2 | mentally admitted: "The fool said in his ~heart, There 2 1, 63 | man. But no man, save a fool, ever makes choice of being 3 1, 64 | man. But no man, save a fool, ever makes choice of being 4 2, 2 | What ~doth it avail a fool to have riches, seeing he 5 2, 46 | whosoever shall say 'Thou fool'" [where we ~have "perfection 6 2, 47 | peasant; a wise man, if by a ~fool; a master, if by a servant.~ 7 2, 48 | say to his brother, 'Thou fool.'" Therefore anger does 8 2, 87 | man being scourged, the fool shall be wiser." ~Accordingly 9 2, 102| an ~ass together"; thus a fool should not accompany a wise 10 2, 8 | thing. A man is said to be a fool if he judges wrongly about 11 2, 39 | Prov. 18:6): "The lips of a fool ~intermeddle with strife." 12 2, 44 | world, let him become a ~fool, that he may be wise." Therefore 13 2, 44 | Every man is ~become a fool for knowledge," and wisdom 14 2, 44 | under the letter S) that "a fool ~is one whom shame does 15 2, 44 | under the letter of S): "A fool is one ~who through dullness [ 16 2, 44 | sense of judgment, while the fool has the sense, though dulled, ~ 17 2, 44 | man would appear to be a ~fool chiefly through some deficiency 18 2, 44 | for that reason called a fool.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[46] A[ 19 2, 44 | Though no man wishes to be a fool, yet he wishes those ~things 20 2, 44 | that he is drawn like a fool to ~bonds."~Aquin.: SMT 21 2, 52 | 20:7): "A babbler and a fool ~[imprudens] will regard 22 2, 58 | according to Eccles. 10:3, "The fool when he walketh in the way, ~ 23 2, 58 | whereas he himself is a fool, esteemeth all men fools." 24 2, 61 | that giveth honor ~to a fool." For, since the gentiles 25 2, 61 | hundred marks. So too, is a ~fool honored if he stand in God' 26 2, 62 | and Prov. 11:29: "The fool shall serve the wise." Hence, ~ 27 2, 67 | declineth from evil, the fool leapeth over and is confident." 28 2, 69 | persons: thus it ill becomes a fool to ~give counsel, or the 29 2, 70 | his brother . . . Thou ~fool, shall be in danger of hell 30 2, 70 | 10): "He that putteth a fool to silence appeaseth anger." 31 2, 70 | to Prov. 26:5, "Answer a fool according to his folly, 32 2, 70 | Prov. 26:4): "Answer not a fool according to ~his folly, 33 2, 111| world, let him become a fool that he may be wise." But 34 2, 116| that "a prodigal man is ~a fool rather than a knave."~Aquin.: 35 2, 117| that "it is the mark of a fool to give too much and ~receive 36 2, 156| to his brother, "Thou ~fool." But these degrees are 37 2, 156| say ~to his brother Thou fool!" Consequently it is clear 38 3, 54 | returned to ~death; and what fool would dare to say this,


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