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sober 16
soberly 4
sobriety 52
social 31
societies 2
society 50
socrates 124
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31 retaining
31 sad
31 si
31 social
31 solitary
31 springs
31 starry
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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social

   Part, Question
1 1, 60 | his fellow townsman with a social love, while he loves a blood ~ 2 1, 60 | same ~inclination among the social virtues; for it behooves 3 1, 61 | his fellow townsman with a social love, while he loves a blood ~ 4 1, 61 | same ~inclination among the social virtues; for it behooves 5 1, 91 | First, to signify the social union of man and woman, 6 1, 95 | because man is naturally a social being, and ~so in the state 7 1, 95 | innocence he would have led a social life. Now a ~social life 8 1, 95 | led a social life. Now a ~social life cannot exist among 9 2, 61 | are fittingly divided into social, perfecting, perfect, ~and 10 2, 61 | are fittingly divided into social virtues, ~perfecting, perfect, 11 2, 61 | virtues, perfect virtues, and social ~virtues. For as Macrobius 12 2, 61 | Somn. Scip. 1) that the ~"social" virtues are those "whereby 13 2, 61 | virtues should not be called "social."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[61] A[ 14 2, 61 | the first place there are social* ~virtues; secondly, there 15 2, 61 | since man by his nature is a social [*See above note on ~Chrysostom] 16 2, 61 | his nature, are called "social" virtues; since it is ~by 17 2, 61 | some ~virtues between the social or human virtues, and the 18 2, 61 | Somn. Scip. 1) that "the social virtues check ~the passions," 19 2, 72 | is naturally a civic and social animal, as is ~proved in 20 2, 95 | since man is by nature a social animal, as is proved ~in 21 2, 30 | live in keeping with his social station, as regards either 22 2, 55 | received into a kind of ~social life, that of matrimony, 23 2, 56 | those things which belong to social life.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[58] 24 2, 107| Reply OBJ 1: Since man is a social animal, one man naturally 25 2, 112| ad 1), because man is ~a social animal he owes his fellow-man, 26 2, 127| since man is naturally a social animal, for he is sufficient ~ 27 2, 134| Reply OBJ 2: The good of a social virtue [*Cf. FS, Q[61], 28 2, 151| observe the ~decencies of social life. It is different with 29 2, 186| But man is naturally a social ~animal, as the Philosopher 30 2, 186| heart be lacking?" Hence a social life is necessary for the ~ 31 3, 65 | for man is by nature a ~social animal. With regard to himself


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