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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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curb

   Part, Question
1 1, 94 | virtues ~are directed to curb passions: thus immoderate 2 1, 96 | immortal; for ~he could curb his passion, as he could 3 1, 113 | power of the free-will to curb this appetite and keep it 4 2, 48 | that although it does not curb the appetite in its ~inordinate 5 2, 61 | then the passions need a curb, ~which we call "Temperance." 6 2, 61 | which are most difficult to curb, viz. in the pleasures of ~ 7 2, 61 | holding his passions on the curb, ~acts, not from passion 8 2, 61 | Wherefore whoever ~can curb his desires for the pleasures 9 2, 69 | to conquer anger, and to curb indignation," fortitude 10 2, 91 | could not ~sufficiently curb and direct interior acts; 11 2, 108 | whatever a man does in order to curb his desires, ~comes under 12 2, 22 | be true chastity, if they curb their ~concupiscences, and 13 2, 31 | honor lost, he puts no curb on his sinning. Hence Jerome 14 2, 56 | avoid, temperance is ~the curb on the lust for fleeting 15 2, 81 | strive as much as you can ~to curb yourself, and God will pardon 16 2, 91 | raise man's mind to God, nor curb inordinate ~concupiscence, 17 2, 112 | belongs to temperance to curb pleasures of the senses. ~ 18 2, 140 | certainly less strong when we ~curb it." Hence the Philosopher 19 2, 145 | fasting was instituted as a curb on the concupiscence ~of 20 2, 159 | Therefore if humility were to curb ~the desire of great things, 21 2, 178 | disturbances. Now the moral virtues curb ~the impetuosity of the 22 Suppl, 54| for they already began to curb ~concupiscence. Wherefore


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