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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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moderates

   Part, Question
1 1, 94 | primitive state, so far as it moderates pleasure; and ~in like manner, 2 2, 66 | Secondly, because prudence ~moderates the appetitive movements 3 2, 3 | belongs to fortitude, which ~moderates daring and fear, not to 4 2, 115| this way temperance, which moderates desires and pleasures ~relating 5 2, 116| opposed to liberality, ~which moderates these affections, as stated 6 2, 118| reckoned a ~part of temperance, moderates man's outward life - for 7 2, 121| of love, any virtue that moderates the ~love of certain goods 8 2, 121| thus liberality, which moderates the love of money, as a ~ 9 2, 121| money, as a ~consequence, moderates the fear of losing it, and 10 2, 121| in so far as the latter moderates daring, whereas to ~endure 11 2, 132| love the magnificent man moderates, lest he be ~hindered from 12 2, 133| a vice. For just as vice moderates ~great things, so does it 13 2, 133| 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Virtue moderates little things, according 14 2, 135| the reason that the one moderates pleasures of touch (which 15 2, 135| thing), while the other moderates fear and daring in ~connection 16 2, 135| the perfect virtue that moderates these passions. ~Wherefore 17 2, 135| passions ~which that virtue moderates. Now perseverance does not 18 2, 135| considered as a ~virtue, moderates certain passions, namely 19 2, 139| while temperance directly moderates the passions of ~the concupiscible 20 2, 139| good, as a consequence, it moderates ~all the other passions, 21 2, 139| weal: whereas temperance moderates only the desires and ~pleasures 22 2, 141| concupiscence, which ~temperance moderates and restrains, we find in 23 2, 143| and it is virtue ~that moderates according to reason all 24 2, 144| there in abstinence which moderates food.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[146] 25 2, 155| the same. ~For meekness moderates anger, according to the 26 2, 155| that apparently clemency moderates ~hatred. Now, according 27 2, 155| another, inasmuch as clemency moderates external punishment, while ~ 28 2, 155| so that clemency directly moderates ~not hatred but punishment.~ 29 2, 155| and meekness, likewise, moderates anger according to right 30 2, 158| temperance, ~in that temperance moderates those matters where restraint 31 2, 158| difficult, while modesty moderates those that present less 32 2, 159| humility, properly speaking, moderates the movement of the appetite.~ 33 2, 167| recipients of the virtue that moderates outward ~raiment.~Aquin.: 34 2, 186| discretion ~whereby a man moderates all his actions, to fastings, 35 3, 84 | which the Apostle speaks, moderates sorrow but does not destroy 36 3, 85 | terror, which fortitude moderates, are objects of commutative ~ 37 Suppl, 6| satisfaction which the priest moderates according to the ~kind of


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