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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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despises

   Part, Question
1 1, 113| flesh, and ~according as he despises worldly advantages and adversity: 2 2, 47 | First, in so far as he despises God in His commandments. 3 2, 61 | for a man to say that he despises what ~most men admire, viz. 4 2, 69 | excellent way, ~so that he despises them altogether. Hence the 5 2, 73 | in the very fact that he despises a ~greater punishment, that 6 2, 10 | refuses to hear the faith, or despises ~it, according to Is. 53: 7 2, 20 | through despair, a man despises the Divine ~mercy, on which 8 2, 20 | through presumption, he despises the ~Divine justice, which 9 2, 20 | presuming thus a man ~removes or despises the assistance of the Holy 10 2, 44 | evil wisdom, whereby man despises worldly things: and it ~ 11 2, 51 | counsel, the imprudent man despises ~counsel, and the same applies 12 2, 58 | for when a man hates or ~despises another, or is angry with 13 2, 58 | without sufficient cause, he despises him unduly, and therefore 14 2, 58 | sufficient cause, he injures and ~despises him. Now no man ought to 15 2, 62 | good: fourthly, because he ~despises God more, according to Lk. 16 2, 72 | the law, in ~so far as he despises the precept of love for 17 2, 111| men, ~because, to wit, he despises human things, which human 18 2, 122| according as that which he despises for its sake is ~more dear 19 2, 122| showing by deed that he despises all things present, in order 20 2, 122| not show by deed that he despises all things relating to ~ 21 2, 127| cast down by dishonor, but despises it, since he ~recognizes 22 2, 127| worthy of ~great things, and despises others," according to Ethic. 23 2, 127| Further, no virtuous man despises what is helpful to him. 24 2, 127| But the ~magnanimous man despises whatever pertains to goods 25 2, 127| OBJ 2: The magnanimous man despises external goods, inasmuch 26 2, 142| Now the virtuous man despises the disgrace to which he 27 2, 142| virtuous a man is, the more he despises external ~things, whether 28 2, 142| ad 1) the virtuous man despises ~ignominy and reproach, 29 2, 159| Reply OBJ 3: To him that despises earthly things, heavenly 30 2, 160| pride, which is "when a man despises others and wishes ~to be 31 2, 182| by the things which man despises ~for his neighbor's sake, 32 2, 184| perfect, but only if he despises to ~tend to perfection.~ 33 3, 7 | esteems them least who wholly despises them, and casts them aside 34 3, 80 | receiving it unworthily despises ~the sacrament, not in itself,


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