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enunciatory 1
envied 1
envies 5
envious 31
envy 216
envying 4
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31 envious
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31 equity
31 foreknown
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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envious

   Part, Question
1 1, 25 | equal, He would have been envious." ~For the same reason, 2 1, 25 | to do, He would have been envious. But envy ~is far removed 3 1, 63 | sort; yet he is proud and envious."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 4 1, 63 | anything contrary. Now the envious man repines over ~the good 5 1, 64 | sort; yet he is proud and envious."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 6 1, 64 | anything contrary. Now the envious man repines over ~the good 7 2, 102 | stork: it signifies the envious man, who refreshes himself 8 2, 13 | spurns the truth, is either envious of his brethren to whom 9 2, 13 | when, namely, a man is envious not only of his brother' 10 2, 34 | says (Moral. v, 46) of the envious man ~that "self-inflicted 11 2, 34 | Rhet. ii, 10): "Men are envious of such as are like them 12 2, 34 | are considered wise, are envious, according to the ~Philosopher ( 13 2, 34 | and consequently ~men are envious of those goods in which 14 2, 34 | it follows that a man is ~envious of those only whom he wishes 15 2, 34 | love to be honored are more envious; and in ~like manner the 16 2, 34 | manner the faint-hearted are envious, because all things are 17 2, 34 | nigh slipped, ~for I was envious of the wicked, when I saw 18 2, 34 | seen and known ~even a baby envious, it could not speak, yet 19 2, 34 | one another, since the envious man grieves over his neighbor' 20 2, 34 | neighbor's evil, so that the ~envious have no pity, as he states 21 2, 34 | nor is the ~pitiful man envious. On the other hand, envy 22 2, 34 | man whose good grieves the envious man, for {nemesis} is ~sorrow 23 2, 34 | according to Ps. 72:3: "I was ~envious of the wicked, when I saw 24 2, 34 | sinners'], whereas the envious grieves over the good of 25 2, 34 | honor and glory are more envious." Therefore envy is not 26 2, 34 | of envy, in so far as the envious man sees his neighbor prosper ~ 27 2, 58 | another, or is angry with or envious of him, he is led by slight ~ 28 2, 156 | s evil as such, and the envious man desires another's evil ~ 29 3, 41 | than the assault of the envious devil. ~[*All the codices 30 Suppl, 87| written (Is. 26:11): ~"Let the envious people see and be confounded 31 Suppl, 95| written (Is. 26:11): ~"Let the envious people see and be confounded,


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