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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 6 | Lord is good to them ~that hope in Him, to the soul that 2 1, 12 | the soul, ~responding to hope, as vision responds to faith, 3 1, 20 | possessed; whereas desire and hope regard good not as ~yet 4 1, 33 | 5:2: "We ~glory in the hope of the glory of the sons 5 1, 59 | other passions in it, as hope, daring, and the rest.~Aquin.: 6 1, 59 | concupiscible; while anger, ~hope, and fear are in the irascible 7 1, 59 | the concupiscible, while hope and fortitude are in the ~ 8 1, 59 | reason it must ~be said that hope does not exist in the irascible 9 1, 59 | order, which the virtue of hope does not regard; since the ~ 10 1, 59 | regard; since the ~object of hope is arduous and divine. Temperance, 11 1, 60 | other passions in it, as hope, daring, and the rest.~Aquin.: 12 1, 60 | concupiscible; while anger, ~hope, and fear are in the irascible 13 1, 60 | the concupiscible, while hope and fortitude are in the ~ 14 1, 60 | reason it must ~be said that hope does not exist in the irascible 15 1, 60 | order, which the virtue of hope does not regard; since the ~ 16 1, 60 | regard; since the ~object of hope is arduous and divine. Temperance, 17 1, 81 | the concupiscible, ~and hope in the irascible part. But 18 1, 81 | concupiscible are charity and hope - that is, in the will ~ 19 1, 94 | proper time, as desire and hope that casteth not down, existed ~ 20 1, 94 | of things not seen, ~and hope which is of things not yet 21 1, 94 | beatitude. Hence faith and ~hope could exist in the primitive 22 1, 94 | but also to daring and hope. Thus the act of temperance ~ 23 1, 94 | as moderating daring and hope, but not as ~moderating 24 1, 104 | our hopes, since we all hope ~for the resurrection of 25 1, 104 | is said to go beyond the hope "of nature," not above the 26 1, 104 | of nature," not above the hope "of grace," ~which hope 27 1, 104 | hope "of grace," ~which hope comes from faith, whereby 28 1, 105 | same beatitude which we hope to obtain. But one ~man 29 2, 2 | either in reality, or ~in hope, or at least in memory. 30 2, 4 | corresponds to the relation ~of hope; but delight in the end 31 2, 4 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Just as hope and love pertain to the 32 2, 5 | either on account ~of the hope of obtaining Happiness in 33 2, 5 | 8:24: "We are saved by hope"; or on account of a certain 34 2, 5 | speaking of the Happiness of Hope, which is ~bestowed on us 35 2, 11 | joyfully, with ~the joy, not of hope, but of possession." But 36 2, 11 | not of possession, but of hope. Therefore enjoyment is ~ 37 2, 23 | such are daring, fear, hope and the like.~Aquin.: SMT 38 2, 23 | pertains to the passion of "hope"; whereas, considered as ~ 39 2, 23 | good and evil (as between hope ~and fear): and also contrariety 40 2, 23 | not yet obtained, we have "hope" and "despair." In ~respect 41 2, 23 | irascible ~faculty; viz. hope and despair, fear and daring, 42 2, 25 | concupiscible faculty: thus hope precedes joy, and hence 43 2, 25 | Rm. 12:12): "Rejoicing in hope." But the ~concupiscible 44 2, 25 | concupiscible ~faculty. Thus hope adds to desire a certain 45 2, 25 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether hope is the first of the irascible 46 2, 25 | OBJ 1: It would seem that hope is not the first of the 47 2, 25 | anger precedes and surpasses hope.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[25] A[ 48 2, 25 | daring, and daring, than hope. And consequently it seems ~ 49 2, 25 | consequently it seems ~that hope does not precede them.~Aquin.: 50 2, 25 | something; while daring and hope imply approach towards ~ 51 2, 25 | fear and despair precede hope and daring.~Aquin.: SMT 52 2, 25 | it ~precedes others. But hope is nearer to love, which 53 2, 25 | the ~passions. Therefore hope is the first of the passions 54 2, 25 | whose object is good, ~viz. hope and despair, must naturally 55 2, 25 | daring and fear: yet so that hope precedes despair; since 56 2, 25 | precedes despair; since hope is a ~movement towards good 57 2, 25 | essentially attractive, so that ~hope tends to good directly; 58 2, 25 | precedes daring. And that hope and despair naturally precede ~ 59 2, 25 | reason for avoiding evil, so hope and despair are the reason 60 2, 25 | because daring arises from the hope of victory, and fear arises ~ 61 2, 25 | Accordingly, it ~is evident that hope is the first of all the 62 2, 25 | desire and aversion, second; hope ~and despair, third; fear 63 2, 25 | desire precedes aversion; ~hope precedes despair; fear precedes 64 2, 25 | or desire. Consequently hope, which regards good more ~ 65 2, 25 | passions: joy, sadness, hope and ~fear?~Aquin.: SMT FS 66 2, 25 | seem that joy, sadness, hope and fear are not the four ~ 67 2, 25 | xiv, 3,[7] sqq.) omits ~hope and puts desire in its place.~ 68 2, 25 | Therefore joy and sadness, ~hope and fear should in no way 69 2, 25 | just as daring is caused by hope, so fear is caused by ~despair. 70 2, 25 | despair. Either, therefore, hope and despair should be reckoned 71 2, 25 | since they cause others: or hope and daring, from ~being 72 2, 25 | banish fears:~Away with hope: away with tears."~Aquin.: 73 2, 25 | Ethic. ii, 5. Fear and ~hope are principal passions, 74 2, 25 | forward to desire, and ends in hope; while in respect of evil, 75 2, 25 | relates to present ~evil; hope regards future good, and 76 2, 25 | is true, provided that by hope and fear we understand the ~ 77 2, 25 | covetousness in place of hope, in ~so far as they seem 78 2, 25 | completion. And though fear and hope are not the last ~passions 79 2, 27 | x, 1): "When we have no hope of ~getting a thing, we 80 2, 27 | beautiful it is." Therefore hope too is a cause of love.~ 81 2, 27 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Hope causes or increases love; 82 2, 27 | reason of desire, because hope ~strengthens desire, since 83 2, 27 | intensely that which we ~have no hope of receiving. Nevertheless 84 2, 27 | receiving. Nevertheless hope itself is of a good that 85 2, 30 | it includes both love and hope.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[30] A[ 86 2, 30 | the name of fear, just as hope is sometimes called covetousness. 87 2, 30 | good or evil is ~called hope or fear, which regard good 88 2, 32 | of pleasure?~(3) Whether hope and memory cause pleasure?~( 89 2, 32 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether hope and memory causes pleasure?~ 90 2, 32 | would seem that memory and hope do not cause pleasure. Because ~ 91 2, 32 | Fide Orth. ii, ~12). But hope and memory regard what is 92 2, 32 | memory is of the ~past, and hope of the future. Therefore 93 2, 32 | future. Therefore memory and hope do not cause ~pleasure.~ 94 2, 32 | cause of contraries. But hope ~causes affliction, according 95 2, 32 | according to Prov. 13:12: "Hope that is deferred ~afflicteth 96 2, 32 | afflicteth the soul." Therefore hope does not cause pleasure.~ 97 2, 32 | OBJ 3: Further, just as hope agrees with pleasure in 98 2, 32 | desire and love. Therefore hope should not be assigned as 99 2, 32 | Rm. 12:12): "Rejoicing in hope"; and ~(Ps. 76:4): "I remembered 100 2, 32 | belongs to the pleasure ~of hope, wherein there is pleasurable 101 2, 32 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Hope and memory are indeed of 102 2, 32 | cause of contraries. And so hope, inasmuch as it implies 103 2, 32 | craving for pleasure. However hope, as implying a certainty 104 2, 32 | from God or from man: ~for hope is a cause of pleasure. 105 2, 32 | in so far as they admit ~hope of victory. To contradict 106 2, 32 | as it gives rise ~to the hope of obtaining that which 107 2, 32 | that desire resulting from hope is a cause of pleasure. 108 2, 32 | so far as it includes a hope of getting the ~knowledge 109 2, 36 | pleasure, so long as there is hope of ~obtaining that which 110 2, 36 | which is desired. But, when hope is removed through the ~ 111 2, 37 | as ~to deprive one of the hope of avoiding it, although 112 2, 37 | be such as to exclude the hope of ~evasion, then even the 113 2, 37 | because it brings with it the hope of the forgiveness ~of sin.~ 114 2, 37 | such as to shut out all hope of evasion: and thus also ~ 115 2, 37 | sorrow, ~provided there is a hope of shaking it off: otherwise 116 2, 40 | PASSIONS, AND FIRST, OF HOPE AND DESPAIR (EIGHT ARTICLES)~ 117 2, 40 | irascible passions: (1) Hope and despair; (2) ~Fear and 118 2, 40 | of ~inquiry:~(1) Whether hope is the same as desire or 119 2, 40 | or cupidity?~(2) Whether hope is in the apprehensive, 120 2, 40 | appetitive faculty?~(3) Whether hope is in dumb animals?~(4) 121 2, 40 | Whether despair is contrary to hope?~(5) Whether experience 122 2, 40 | experience is a cause of hope?~(6) Whether hope abounds 123 2, 40 | cause of hope?~(6) Whether hope abounds in young men and 124 2, 40 | Concerning the order of hope to love;~(8) Whether love 125 2, 40 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether hope is the same as desire of 126 2, 40 | OBJ 1: It would seem that hope is the same as desire or 127 2, 40 | desire or cupidity. ~Because hope is reckoned as one of the 128 2, 40 | cupidity in ~the place of hope (De Civ. Dei xiv, 3,7). 129 2, 40 | Dei xiv, 3,7). Therefore hope is the same as ~cupidity 130 2, 40 | objects. But the ~object of hope is the same as the object 131 2, 40 | future good. Therefore hope is the same as cupidity 132 2, 40 | OBJ 3: If it be said that hope, in addition to desire, 133 2, 40 | cupidity or desire, and of hope. Therefore hope does not ~ 134 2, 40 | and of hope. Therefore hope does not ~differ specifically 135 2, 40 | species of ~passions. But hope is in the irascible power; 136 2, 40 | concupiscible. Therefore hope differs specifically from 137 2, 40 | Now, ~in the object of hope, we may note four conditions. 138 2, 40 | since, properly speaking, hope regards only the good; in ~ 139 2, 40 | good; in ~this respect, hope differs from fear, which 140 2, 40 | that ~it is future; for hope does not regard that which 141 2, 40 | possessed: in this respect, hope differs from joy which regards 142 2, 40 | any time: in this respect, hope differs from desire or ~ 143 2, 40 | the concupiscible, while hope belongs to the irascible 144 2, 40 | obtain: for ~one does not hope for that which one cannot 145 2, 40 | and, in this ~respect, hope differs from despair. It 146 2, 40 | is therefore evident that hope ~differs from desire, as 147 2, 40 | For this reason, moreover, hope presupposes desire: just ~ 148 2, 40 | mentions desire instead of hope, because each ~regards future 149 2, 40 | the arduous good, to which hope tends likewise.~Aquin.: 150 2, 40 | Reply OBJ 1: The object of hope is the future good considered, 151 2, 40 | Reply OBJ 3: The object of hope adds not only possibility 152 2, 40 | difficulty: and this makes hope belong to another ~power, 153 2, 40 | impossible to get. Consequently hope differs from ~despair according 154 2, 40 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether hope is in the apprehensive or 155 2, 40 | OBJ 1: It would seem that hope belongs to the cognitive 156 2, 40 | cognitive power. Because ~hope, seemingly, is a kind of 157 2, 40 | says (Rm. 8:25): ~"If we hope for that which we see not; 158 2, 40 | looking out." Therefore hope belongs to the cognitive 159 2, 40 | OBJ 2: Further, apparently hope is the same as confidence; 160 2, 40 | confident, as though to hope and to be ~confident were 161 2, 40 | cognitive power. Therefore hope does too.~Aquin.: SMT FS 162 2, 40 | certainty is ascribed to hope. Therefore hope belongs 163 2, 40 | ascribed to hope. Therefore hope belongs to the cognitive ~ 164 2, 40 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Hope regards good, as stated 165 2, 40 | appetitive power. ~Therefore hope belongs, not to the cognitive, 166 2, 40 | 1/1~I answer that, Since hope denotes a certain stretching 167 2, 40 | impossible. And accordingly hope is a movement of the appetitive 168 2, 40 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Since hope regards a possible good, 169 2, 40 | man a ~twofold movement of hope; for a thing may be possible 170 2, 40 | wait for it, but ~simply to hope for it. But, properly speaking, 171 2, 40 | Wherefore the movement of hope is sometimes called expectation, 172 2, 40 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether hope is in dumb animals?~Aquin.: 173 2, 40 | would seem that there is no hope in dumb animals. Because 174 2, 40 | in dumb animals. Because hope ~is for some future good, 175 2, 40 | Therefore there is no hope in dumb animals.~Aquin.: 176 2, 40 | Further, the object of hope is a future good, possible 177 2, 40 | Therefore there is no hope in dumb animals, since they 178 2, 40 | things that they see." But hope is of things unseen: "for ~ 179 2, 40 | a man seeth, why doth he hope for?" (Rm. 8:24). Therefore 180 2, 40 | Therefore there is ~no hope in dumb animals.~Aquin.: 181 2, 40 | Para. 1/1 ~On the contrary, Hope is an irascible passion. 182 2, 40 | dumb animals. Therefore hope is also.~Aquin.: SMT FS 183 2, 40 | from which it is clear that hope is in dumb ~animals. For 184 2, 40 | towards it, as having no hope to catch it: whereas, if ~ 185 2, 40 | of ~art: and in this way hope and despair are in dumb 186 2, 40 | Reply OBJ 2: The object of hope is not the possible as differentiating ~ 187 2, 40 | a subject. The object of hope is the possible as compared 188 2, 40 | Whether despair is contrary to hope?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[40] A[ 189 2, 40 | despair is not contrary to hope. Because "to ~one thing 190 2, 40 | But fear is contrary to ~hope. Therefore despair is not 191 2, 40 | despair is not contrary to hope.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[40] A[ 192 2, 40 | bear on the same thing. But hope and ~despair do not bear 193 2, 40 | on the same thing: since hope regards the good, ~whereas 194 2, 40 | obtaining ~good. Therefore hope is not contrary to despair.~ 195 2, 40 | Therefore it is not contrary to ~hope, which implies movement 196 2, 40 | that it ~is contrary to hope [spes].~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 197 2, 40 | 2]). Now the object ~of hope, which is the arduous good, 198 2, 40 | something attainable; and ~thus hope tends thereto, for it denotes 199 2, 40 | consequently it is contrary to hope, as withdrawal is to approach.~ 200 2, 40 | OBJ 1: Fear is contrary to hope, because their objects, 201 2, 40 | But despair is contrary to hope, only by contrariety of 202 2, 40 | implies not only privation of hope, but also a ~recoil from 203 2, 40 | get. Hence despair, like hope, presupposes desire; because 204 2, 40 | desire; because we neither ~hope for nor despair of that 205 2, 40 | experience is a cause of hope?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[40] A[ 206 2, 40 | experience is not a cause of hope. Because ~experience belongs 207 2, 40 | experience and time." But ~hope is not in the cognitive 208 2, 40 | experience is not a cause of hope.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[40] A[ 209 2, 40 | that "the old are ~slow to hope, on account of their experience"; 210 2, 40 | experience causes want of hope. But the same cause is not 211 2, 40 | experience is not a cause of hope.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[40] A[ 212 2, 40 | seems to be a cause of hope.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[40] A[ 213 2, 40 | experience is a cause of hope.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[40] A[ 214 2, 40 | above (A[1]), the object of hope is a future ~good, difficult 215 2, 40 | thing may be a ~cause of hope, either because it makes 216 2, 40 | possible. In the first way hope is ~caused by everything 217 2, 40 | and the result of this is hope. ~Wherefore Vegetius says ( 218 2, 40 | 2/2~In the second way, hope is caused by everything 219 2, 40 | persuasion may ~be a cause of hope. And then again experience 220 2, 40 | experience is a cause of hope, in so ~far as it makes 221 2, 40 | experience ~can cause a lack of hope: because just as it makes 222 2, 40 | Accordingly experience causes hope in two ways, despair in 223 2, 40 | say rather that it causes hope.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[40] A[ 224 2, 40 | and thus is a cause of hope.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[40] A[ 225 2, 40 | The old are wanting in hope because of their experience, 226 2, 40 | inexperience can be a cause of hope accidentally ~as it were, 227 2, 40 | inexperience is a cause of hope, for ~the same reason as 228 2, 40 | experience causes lack of hope.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[40] A[ 229 2, 40 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether hope abounds in young men and 230 2, 40 | drunkenness are not causes of hope. ~Because hope implies certainty 231 2, 40 | causes of hope. ~Because hope implies certainty and steadiness; 232 2, 40 | drunkenness are not causes of hope.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[40] A[ 233 2, 40 | above (A[5]), the cause of hope is chiefly ~whatever increases 234 2, 40 | Therefore they are not causes of hope.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[40] A[ 235 2, 40 | experience is a cause of hope, as stated above (A[5]). ~ 236 2, 40 | Therefore it is not a cause of hope.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[40] A[ 237 2, 40 | that "the young are full of hope."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[40] A[ 238 2, 40 | that, Youth is a cause of hope for three reasons, as the ~ 239 2, 40 | which is the object of ~hope - namely, that it is future, 240 2, 40 | memory is of the past, and hope of the future, ~it has little 241 2, 40 | remember and lives very much in hope. Again, youths, on ~account 242 2, 40 | consequently are of good ~hope. Two of these causes are 243 2, 40 | everything and are full of hope.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[40] A[ 244 2, 40 | steadily obtain that which they hope for.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[40] 245 2, 40 | in ~some way, a cause of hope, as explained above (A[5], 246 2, 40 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether hope is a cause of love?~Aquin.: 247 2, 40 | OBJ 1: It would seem that hope is not a cause of love. 248 2, 40 | the ~soul's emotions. But hope is an emotion of the soul. 249 2, 40 | Therefore love ~precedes hope, and consequently hope does 250 2, 40 | precedes hope, and consequently hope does not cause love.~Aquin.: 251 2, 40 | Further, desire precedes hope. But desire is caused by 252 2, 40 | Q[25], A[2]). Therefore hope, too, follows love, and ~ 253 2, 40 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, hope causes pleasure, as stated 254 2, 40 | Therefore love precedes hope.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[40] A[ 255 2, 40 | says, i.e. "faith begets hope, and hope begets ~charity." 256 2, 40 | faith begets hope, and hope begets ~charity." But charity 257 2, 40 | Therefore love is caused by hope.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[40] A[ 258 2, 40 | Para. 1/3~I answer that, Hope can regard two things. For 259 2, 40 | for. But since the good we hope for is something ~difficult 260 2, 40 | others; hence it is that hope regards also that by which ~ 261 2, 40 | 2/3~In so far, then, as hope regards the good we hope 262 2, 40 | hope regards the good we hope to get, it is caused ~by 263 2, 40 | by love: since we do not hope save for that which we desire 264 2, 40 | love. But ~in so far as hope regards one through whom 265 2, 40 | to ~us, love is caused by hope, and not vice versa. Because 266 2, 40 | by the very fact ~that we hope that good will accrue to 267 2, 40 | we love someone we do not hope in him, except ~accidentally, 268 2, 40 | loved by another makes us hope in him; but ~our love for 269 2, 40 | for him is caused by the hope we have in him.~Aquin.: 270 2, 40 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether hope is a help or a hindrance 271 2, 40 | OBJ 1: It would seem that hope is not a help but a hindrance 272 2, 40 | hindrance to action. ~Because hope implies security. But security 273 2, 40 | hinders action. Therefore hope is a hindrance to action.~ 274 2, 40 | above (Q[37], A[3]). ~But hope sometimes causes sorrow: 275 2, 40 | written (Prov. 13:12): "Hope ~that is deferred afflicteth 276 2, 40 | afflicteth the soul." Therefore hope hinders action.~Aquin.: 277 2, 40 | despair is contrary to hope, as stated above (A[4]). 278 2, 40 | to despair." ~Therefore hope has a contrary effect, namely, 279 2, 40 | plougheth ~should plough in hope . . . to receive fruit": 280 2, 40 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Hope of its very nature is a 281 2, 40 | follows that by reason of hope man is ~intent on his action. 282 2, 40 | account of its effect. Because hope, ~as stated above (Q[32], 283 2, 40 | Q[33], A[4]). Therefore hope is conducive to ~action.~ 284 2, 40 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Hope regards a good to be obtained; 285 2, 40 | rather than to belong to hope. Yet security does not beget 286 2, 40 | lessens the character of hope: for the things in which 287 2, 40 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Hope of itself causes pleasure; 288 2, 40 | on account of a certain ~hope that attaches to it. For 289 2, 40 | strive less to ~fly, but hope to avenge their death: and 290 2, 40 | death: and therefore in this hope they ~fight the more bravely, 291 2, 41 | moved by natural instinct to hope ~for a future good, or to 292 2, 41 | has a special object, as hope has. For just as the object 293 2, 41 | For just as the object of hope is ~a future good, difficult 294 2, 41 | to ~fear, because just as hope arises from the desire of 295 2, 41 | Further, fear is opposed to hope, as stated above (Q[40], 296 2, 41 | ad 1). But there is a hope of nature, as is evident 297 2, 41 | of Abraham that "against hope" of nature, "he believed 298 2, 41 | nature, "he believed in ~hope" of grace. Therefore there 299 2, 41 | natural, as love, ~desire, and hope; whereas the others cannot 300 2, 41 | also speak of desire and hope as ~being even in natural 301 2, 42 | to obtain that which we hope for." But that which we 302 2, 42 | we love: and so, just ~as hope, as stated above (Q[40], 303 2, 42 | through which there is a hope of ~obtaining the desired 304 2, 42 | afraid, there must be some hope of escape for him."~Aquin.: 305 2, 42 | hand, and yet with some hope of escape, then it will 306 2, 42 | delay it. ~And with this hope one may take counsel about 307 2, 42 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, hope is contrary to fear. But 308 2, 42 | virtue can be ~the object of hope, as the Philosopher declares ( 309 2, 42 | A[2]), as the object ~of hope is a future good difficult 310 2, 42 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Hope is of good that is obtainable. 311 2, 42 | through another: and so, hope may be of an act ~of virtue, 312 2, 42 | especially ~feared. Because, as hope is about good things, so 313 2, 42 | conduces to the increase of hope in good things. ~Therefore 314 2, 42 | Reply OBJ 1: The object of hope is a good that is possible 315 2, 42 | of a nature to ~increase hope, and, for the same reason, 316 2, 42 | therefore, as it increases ~hope, so does it diminish fear.~ 317 2, 42 | fear, that there ~be some hope of safety, as stated above ( 318 2, 42 | cannot ~be remedied leaves no hope of escape. Therefore such 319 2, 42 | removed, there is an end ~to hope and consequently to fear; 320 2, 43 | failure to obtain what we hope for." Therefore all ~fear 321 2, 43 | commandments, ~and thus begins to hope, while hope leads to love, 322 2, 43 | thus begins to hope, while hope leads to love, as stated 323 2, 43 | afterwards, when once we begin to hope for good from him, we begin 324 2, 44 | evil to be avoided, so is hope of good things to be obtained. 325 2, 44 | conducive to counsel, than hope is.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[44] 326 2, 44 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Hope also makes man a good counsellor: 327 2, 44 | incites to counsel more than hope does. Because hope is of 328 2, 44 | than hope does. Because hope is of good ~things, as being 329 2, 44 | of ~difficulty more than hope does. And it is in matters 330 2, 45 | How is daring related to hope?~(3) Of the cause of daring;~( 331 2, 45 | there is one contrary. But hope is contrary ~to fear. Therefore 332 2, 45 | thus fear is ~contrary to hope: the other, according to 333 2, 45 | and despair contrary to ~hope.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[45] A[ 334 2, 45 | Whether daring ensues from hope?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[45] A[ 335 2, 45 | daring does not ensue from hope. Because ~daring regards 336 2, 45 | stated in Ethic. iii, 7. But ~hope regards good things, as 337 2, 45 | daring ~does not ensue from hope.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[45] A[ 338 2, 45 | is despair ~contrary to hope. But fear does not ensue 339 2, 45 | daring ~does not result from hope.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[45] A[ 340 2, 45 | victory. But it ~belongs to hope to tend to that which is 341 2, 45 | Therefore ~daring is the same as hope; and consequently does not 342 2, 45 | that daring ensues from ~hope.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[45] A[ 343 2, 45 | pursuit of good ~belongs to hope, avoidance of evil to fear, 344 2, 45 | that daring results from hope; since it is in the hope 345 2, 45 | hope; since it is in the hope of ~overcoming the threatening 346 2, 45 | attaching to the good he should hope for. ~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[45] 347 2, 45 | pursues evil, comes after hope which pursues good.~Aquin.: 348 2, 45 | evil. Consequently just as hope precedes daring, ~so fear 349 2, 45 | only when it is intense; so hope does not always lead to ~ 350 2, 45 | daring regards the evil, and hope regards the conjoined good. 351 2, 45 | daring is not ~a part of hope, but its effect: just as 352 2, 45 | in the imagination of the hope that the means of ~safety 353 2, 45 | 2) daring results from hope and is ~contrary to fear: 354 2, 45 | is naturally apt to cause hope or ~banish fear, is a cause 355 2, 45 | Since, however, fear and hope, and ~also daring, being 356 2, 45 | ways, whether by raising hope, or by banishing fear; in ~ 357 2, 45 | which follows apprehension, hope ~that leads to daring is 358 2, 45 | through the ~incitement of hope and the banishment of fear, 359 2, 45 | drunkenness conduces to ~hope, since the heat in the heart 360 2, 45 | banishes fear and raises hope, by ~reason of the dilatation 361 2, 45 | mere thought giving rise to hope and banishing fear, as ~ 362 2, 45 | presupposes the movement of hope towards good. If, therefore, 363 2, 45 | danger that it overcomes hope, the movement of ~daring 364 2, 45 | unless there be some kind ~of hope, as we shall see later on ( 365 2, 45 | so great as to banish all hope of victory, anger does not ~ 366 2, 46 | accompanies sorrow, pleasure, and ~hope, as the Philosopher states ( 367 2, 46 | unless there be desire and hope of revenge: for, as the 368 2, 46 | contrary ~passions, i.e. by hope, which is of good, and by 369 2, 46 | is always accompanied by hope, wherefore it causes ~pleasure, 370 2, 46 | ii, 2). But the object of hope ~and of pleasure is good. 371 2, 46 | such movements are desire, hope, ~pleasure, sorrow, and 372 2, 47 | pleasures and well-founded ~hope." Therefore excellence is 373 2, 48 | two ways: in one ~way, by hope; because none is angry except 374 2, 48 | pleasure in the ~thought and hope of vengeance. Consequently 375 2, 58 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, faith, hope, and charity are virtues. 376 2, 58 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Faith, hope, and charity are superhuman 377 2, 60 | about some great danger; hope and despair are about some 378 2, 60 | daring; magnanimity, about hope and despair; meekness, about 379 2, 60 | being the object of our hope, there is "magnificence" [*{ 380 2, 60 | attain, and as ~an object of hope, then we have "magnanimity." 381 2, 62 | about the acts of faith, hope, and ~charity: for it is 382 2, 62 | believe Him," and again, "hope in Him," and again, "love 383 2, 62 | Him." Therefore ~faith, hope, and charity are virtues 384 2, 62 | Para. 1/1~Whether faith, hope, and charity are fittingly 385 2, 62 | It would seem that faith, hope, and charity are not fittingly ~ 386 2, 62 | imperfect knowledge. Likewise hope is not reckoned among the 387 2, 62 | Now there remain ~faith, hope, charity, these three."~ 388 2, 62 | attainable - and this pertains to hope - and as to a certain spiritual ~ 389 2, 62 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Faith and hope imply a certain imperfection: 390 2, 62 | is ~of things unseen, and hope, of things not possessed. 391 2, 62 | possessed. Hence faith and ~hope, in things that are subject 392 2, 62 | of virtue. But faith and hope in things which are above 393 2, 62 | human appetite, namely, hope and ~charity.~Aquin.: SMT 394 2, 62 | 1~Whether faith precedes hope, and hope charity?~Aquin.: 395 2, 62 | faith precedes hope, and hope charity?~Aquin.: SMT FS 396 2, 62 | not ~that faith precedes hope, and hope charity. For the 397 2, 62 | faith precedes hope, and hope charity. For the root precedes 398 2, 62 | precedes ~charity, and charity hope.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[62] A[ 399 2, 62 | above (A[2], ad 3). Now hope is a kind of emotion, since 400 2, 62 | which is love, precedes ~hope.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[62] A[ 401 2, 62 | Now ~there remain faith, hope, charity."~Aquin.: SMT FS 402 2, 62 | subject faith ~precedes hope, and hope charity, as to 403 2, 62 | faith ~precedes hope, and hope charity, as to their acts: 404 2, 62 | apprehends the object of hope and love. Hence in the order 405 2, 62 | generation, ~faith precedes hope and charity. In like manner 406 2, 62 | the order of ~generation, hope precedes charity as regards 407 2, 62 | charity precedes faith and hope: because ~both faith and 408 2, 62 | because ~both faith and hope are quickened by charity, 409 2, 62 | Augustine is speaking of that hope whereby a man hopes to ~ 410 2, 62 | already: this belongs to ~hope quickened by and following 411 2, 62 | before having charity, to hope through merits not already 412 2, 62 | treating of the passions, ~hope regards two things. One 413 2, 62 | this, love always precedes hope: for good is never ~hoped 414 2, 62 | it be desired and loved. Hope also regards the person ~ 415 2, 62 | good. With regard to ~this, hope precedes love at first; 416 2, 62 | first; though afterwards hope is increased by ~love. Because 417 2, 64 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, hope, which is a theological 418 2, 64 | according to His goodness; ~hope, according to the immensity 419 2, 64 | be loved, nor believe and hope in Him as much as we ~should. 420 2, 64 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Hope observes the mean between 421 2, 64 | despair through failing to hope for that which according 422 2, 64 | his ~condition he might hope for. But there can be no 423 2, 64 | there can be no excess of hope in ~comparison with God, 424 2, 65 | them?~(4) Whether faith and hope can be without charity?~( 425 2, 65 | Para. 1/1~Whether faith and hope can be without charity?~ 426 2, 65 | would seem that faith and hope are never without charity. ~ 427 2, 65 | therefore can faith and hope ~be without charity.~Aquin.: 428 2, 65 | that "there can be no ~hope without love." But love 429 2, 65 | that he ~speaks. Therefore hope cannot be without charity.~ 430 2, 65 | says that "faith begets hope, and ~hope, charity." Now 431 2, 65 | faith begets hope, and ~hope, charity." Now the begetter 432 2, 65 | Therefore faith can be without hope; and hope, without ~charity. ~ 433 2, 65 | can be without hope; and hope, without ~charity. ~Aquin.: 434 2, 65 | I answer that, Faith and hope, like the moral virtues, 435 2, 65 | 2~Accordingly faith and hope can exist indeed in a fashion 436 2, 65 | prudence. ~The same applies to hope. Because the act of hope 437 2, 65 | hope. Because the act of hope consists in looking to ~ 438 2, 65 | Consequently, faith and hope can be without ~charity; 439 2, 65 | the other hand faith and hope, as such, do not depend 440 2, 65 | is speaking here of that hope whereby we look to ~gain 441 2, 65 | can be without faith and hope?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[65] A[ 442 2, 65 | can be without faith and hope. For ~charity is the love 443 2, 65 | already having faith, or hope in future bliss. ~Therefore 444 2, 65 | can be without faith and hope.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[65] A[ 445 2, 65 | sometimes be without faith and ~hope, and the other virtues.~ 446 2, 65 | He had ~neither faith nor hope: because He was a perfect 447 2, 65 | can be ~without faith and hope.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[65] A[ 448 2, 65 | love me." Again, it is by hope ~that we are brought to 449 2, 65 | charity without faith and hope.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[65] A[ 450 2, 65 | things we hold by faith and hope. Wherefore just as ~friendship 451 2, 65 | colloquy with God, and to ~hope to attain to this fellowship. 452 2, 65 | impossible ~without faith and hope.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[65] A[ 453 2, 65 | are ~directed by faith and hope.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[65] A[ 454 2, 65 | is the root of faith and hope, in so far as it ~gives 455 2, 65 | of virtue. But faith and hope as such are the ~precursors 456 2, 65 | there was neither faith nor hope, on account of ~their implying 457 2, 65 | vision, and instead of hope, full comprehension [*See 458 2, 66 | charity, than faith and ~hope. Secondly, it may be taken 459 2, 66 | in the intellect, while hope and charity ~are in the 460 2, 66 | that faith is compared to hope and ~charity, as intellectual 461 2, 66 | Therefore faith is greater than hope and charity.~Aquin.: SMT 462 2, 66 | greater than either one. Now hope results from something added 463 2, 66 | the beloved. ~Therefore hope is greater than charity.~ 464 2, 66 | its effect. Now faith and ~hope are the cause of charity: 465 2, 66 | says that "faith ~begets hope, and hope charity." Therefore 466 2, 66 | faith ~begets hope, and hope charity." Therefore faith 467 2, 66 | charity." Therefore faith and hope are greater ~than charity.~ 468 2, 66 | Now there remain ~faith, hope, charity, these three; but 469 2, 66 | of what is not seen, and hope is of what is not ~possessed. 470 2, 66 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Faith and hope are not related to charity 471 2, 66 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Hope presupposes love of that 472 2, 66 | to which we are led by hope, as stated above ~(Q[62], 473 2, 66 | this way that ~faith begets hope, and hope charity: in the 474 2, 66 | faith begets hope, and hope charity: in the sense, to 475 2, 67 | faith remains?~(4) Whether hope remains?~(5) Whether anything 476 2, 67 | anything remains of faith or hope?~(6) Whether charity remains?~ 477 2, 67 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether hope remains after death, in 478 2, 67 | OBJ 1: It would seem that hope remains after death, in 479 2, 67 | state of ~glory. Because hope perfects the human appetite 480 2, 67 | 9). Much more then does ~hope remain.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 481 2, 67 | Further, fear is opposed to hope. But fear remains after 482 2, 67 | Therefore, in a like manner, hope can remain.~Aquin.: SMT 483 2, 67 | OBJ 3: Further, just as hope is of future good, so is 484 2, 67 | seems that there can be hope in the Blessed after this 485 2, 67 | man seeth, why ~doth he hope for?" But the Blessed see 486 2, 67 | that which is the object of hope, ~viz. God. Therefore they 487 2, 67 | God. Therefore they do not hope.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[67] A[ 488 2, 67 | once it is made white. Now hope ~denotes a movement towards 489 2, 67 | above about the passion of hope (Q[40], AA[1],2). ~Therefore 490 2, 67 | we possess that which we hope for, viz. the enjoyment 491 2, 67 | longer be possible to have hope.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[67] A[ 492 2, 67 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Hope surpasses the moral virtues 493 2, 67 | happiness, as the act of hope is; except perhaps, as ~ 494 2, 67 | Now fear is opposed to hope ~by opposition of good and 495 2, 67 | glory is not opposed to ~hope. In the lost there can be 496 2, 67 | punishment, rather than hope of ~glory in the Blessed. 497 2, 67 | fear is never without some hope of escape: and the lost 498 2, 67 | and the lost have no ~such hope. Consequently neither will 499 2, 67 | souls of the saints, but not hope, properly speaking; neither 500 2, 67 | signification. Because the object of hope is something ~difficult,


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