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17 annihilated
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17 belly
17 bravely
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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attachment

   Part, Question
1 2, 99 | withdraw them all the more from attachment to temporal ~things, and 2 2, 115| his mind to be free of ~attachment thereto. Now those things 3 2, 139| moderation of a user not the attachment of a lover, in so far as 4 2, 160| take it for the ~mind's attachment to things beneath what is 5 2, 166| on account of the strong attachment to ~play, when a man prefers 6 2, 167| arise from the inordinate attachment of the user, the ~result 7 2, 167| excess, this inordinate attachment occurs in three ways. ~First 8 2, 167| there may be inordinate attachment in two ~ways. First, through 9 2, 183| sins ~through immoderate attachment thereto or use thereof, 10 2, 184| snare of the devil." ~This attachment is put away by those who 11 2, 184| three kinds. First, the attachment to external goods, ~which 12 2, 187| earthly things. Now the attachment of man's ~affections to 13 2, 187| chiefly directed to the attachment ~of perfection, as stated 14 3, 79 | as long as he retains an attachment towards mortal sin. ~Consequently, 15 3, 79 | and for which he has no ~attachment; since possibly he was not 16 3, 87 | removing the inordinate attachment to the temporal thing.~Aquin.: 17 Suppl, 1| put aside entirely his ~attachment to sin, which implies a


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