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illegitimacy 1
illegitimate 45
illiberal 15
illiberality 17
illicit 7
illiterate 1
illness 3
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17 harlot
17 herbs
17 hundredfold
17 illiberality
17 imagined
17 impart
17 imparted
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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illiberality

   Part, Question
1 1, 48 | habit, as liberality from ~illiberality. Therefore evil signifies 2 1, 49 | habit, as liberality from ~illiberality. Therefore evil signifies 3 2, 32 | says (Ethic. iv, 1) that "illiberality ~is more connatural to man 4 2, 32 | others; while it is a mark of illiberality to ~desist from doing good. 5 2, 72 | illiberal and ~wasteful - illiberality being a sin of deficiency, 6 2, 72 | contrary to one another, ~as illiberality to wastefulness. Therefore 7 2, 53 | pertains to injustice or ~illiberality to take possession of or 8 2, 53 | pertaining to covetousness or illiberality.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[55] A[ 9 2, 105| opposed to virtue: thus illiberality is more ~opposed to liberality 10 2, 116| second sense is called ~illiberality [*{aneleutheria}] by the 11 2, 116| covetousness which he calls illiberality, for he ~speaks of those 12 2, 116| rather than ~daughters of illiberality or covetousness. For a man 13 2, 116| moderate sums of money, so is ~illiberality. Wherefore tyrants who take 14 2, 117| opposed to liberality, and illiberality, to which we give ~here 15 2, 133| belongs to covetousness or illiberality. ~Therefore meanness is 16 2, 133| they differ in this, that illiberality regards ~ordinary expenditure, 17 2, 133| meanness is less sinful than ~illiberality. Hence the Philosopher says (


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