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studies 5
studieth 1
studious 5
studiousness 33
study 89
studying 3
stultitia 1
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33 shed
33 smell
33 solomon
33 studiousness
33 suggestion
33 supper
33 unnecessary
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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studiousness

   Part, Question
1 2, 158| and this is ~moderated by "studiousness" which is opposed to curiosity. 2 2, 159| which is opposed to it; (2) Studiousness, and its opposite, Curiosity; ~( 3 2, 164| 166] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF STUDIOUSNESS (TWO ARTICLES)~We must next 4 2, 164| ARTICLES)~We must next consider studiousness and its opposite, curiosity. ~ 5 2, 164| curiosity. ~Concerning studiousness there are two points of 6 2, 164| 1) What is the matter of studiousness?~(2) Whether it is a part 7 2, 164| Whether the proper matter of studiousness is knowledge?~Aquin.: SMT 8 2, 164| not the proper matter of ~studiousness. For a person is said to 9 2, 164| not the special matter of studiousness.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[166] A[ 10 2, 164| Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, studiousness is opposed to curiosity. 11 2, 164| 118], A[2]). Therefore ~studiousness, which is derived from " 12 2, 164| the Law urges. Therefore studiousness is properly about ~"knowledge."~ 13 2, 164| pleasures of touch. Therefore ~studiousness is properly ascribed to 14 2, 164| the knowing reason. Hence ~studiousness, to whatever matter it be 15 2, 164| earthly things. Accordingly ~studiousness is ascribed to things pertaining 16 2, 164| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether studiousness is a part of temperance?~ 17 2, 164| OBJ 1: It would seem that studiousness is not a part of temperance. 18 2, 164| studious by reason of his studiousness. Now all ~virtuous persons 19 2, 164| ought to ~do."] Therefore studiousness is a general virtue, and 20 2, 164| Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, studiousness, as stated (A[1]), pertains 21 2, 164| Q[47], A[9]). Therefore studiousness is not ~a part of temperance.~ 22 2, 164| the latter as to mode. Now studiousness does not resemble ~temperance 23 2, 164| that is in ~excess: whereas studiousness is denominated from being 24 2, 164| curious to study." Therefore studiousness is not a part of ~temperance.~ 25 2, 164| is prevented by moderate studiousness. Therefore studiousness ~ 26 2, 164| studiousness. Therefore studiousness ~is a part of temperance.~ 27 2, 164| pertains to the virtue of studiousness; ~wherefore it follows that 28 2, 164| wherefore it follows that studiousness is a potential part of temperance, ~ 29 2, 164| all the virtues, the term "studiousness," which ~properly regards 30 2, 164| regards the first inclination studiousness is a kind of ~restraint, 31 2, 164| regards ~knowledge, to which studiousness is directed, whereas the 32 2, 165| above (Q[166], A[2], ad 2) studiousness is ~directly, not about 33 2, 165| intelligible truth, this ~studiousness about the knowledge of sensible


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