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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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cunning

   Part, Question
1 2, 42 | but who are gentle and cunning." ~Now it is clear that 2 2, 42 | those who are gentle or cunning hide their ~anger; wherefore 3 2, 48 | that "an ~angry man is not cunning but is open." Therefore 4 2, 48 | desire does; for desire is cunning, as he ~also states (Ethic. 5 2, 48 | said to lie low and to be cunning, because, ~in many cases, 6 2, 58 | through lack of worldly ~cunning, may possibly be prudent, 7 2, 102| The kite, which is full of cunning, denotes those who are ~ 8 2, 20 | deceitful appearance, as cunning is opposed to prudence." ~ 9 2, 45 | both good ~and evil; or "cunning," [*{panourgia}] which is 10 2, 53 | according to Eph. ~4:14, "By cunning craftiness by which they 11 2, 53 | incontinent in desire acts ~with cunning."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[55] A[ 12 2, 64 | power, ~but the thief, by cunning.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[66] A[ 13 2, 90 | sometimes used instead of cunning, according to Lk. 16:8, " 14 2, 95 | place it may be done with cunning and by stealth, as the ~ 15 2, 109| opposed to prudence is cunning, to which it belongs to 16 2, 163| subtle, on account of the cunning of the ~devil, who wrought 17 2, 163| we speak of a prudent or ~cunning tongue, because it is the 18 2, 163| instrument of a prudent or cunning man ~in advising something 19 2, 170| the soul is ~sufficiently cunning to foresee certain things": 20 2, 185| Monach. xxviii): "The most cunning foe has scattered on all ~ 21 3, 29 | because by his natural cunning he knows whatever takes ~ 22 3, 39 | simple character, void of cunning and deceit: whence it is 23 3, 48 | it, ~because deceit and cunning should not benefit anyone, 24 3, 66 | faithful is ~aroused, and the cunning of the devil hindered from


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