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saintly 2
saints 529
saith 28
sake 675
sakes 12
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678 potentiality
676 third
675 sake
673 vow
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 5 | of other things, for the sake of which ~something is." 2 1, 5 | towards which for ~its own sake the appetite tends, is called 3 1, 5 | which is desired for its own sake; but that which terminates 4 1, 19 | In things willed for the sake of the end, the whole reason ~ 5 1, 19 | things willed only for the sake of the end. He ~who wills 6 1, 19 | to do, not only for the ~sake of health, but also for 7 1, 19 | health, but also for its own sake. Hence, although God wills ~ 8 1, 19 | from Himself only for the sake of the end, which is His 9 1, 47 | because matter is for the sake of the form, and not the 10 1, 47 | but it would be for the sake of the punishment of sin, 11 1, 47 | distinction exists for the sake of the formal distinction. 12 1, 47 | distinction ~of things for the sake of the perfection of the 13 1, 49 | will death for ~its own sake. Nevertheless the order 14 1, 51 | alone, neither for its own sake nor on ~account of anything 15 1, 60 | something loved for the end's sake, ~is the love of choice.~ 16 1, 60 | natural love for his own sake: ~because one thing loves 17 1, 60 | own good, ~but for God's sake. If it denotes the nature 18 1, 65 | created for their ~own being's sake, and not on account of God' 19 1, 65 | therefore, are created for the sake of spiritual ~creatures, 20 1, 65 | every part exists for the sake ~of its proper act, as the 21 1, 65 | noble than man exist for the sake of man, ~whilst each and 22 1, 65 | in a manner, made for the sake ~of the spiritual, does 23 1, 70 | nothing is made for the sake of that which is inferior ~ 24 1, 70 | considered as made either for the sake of its proper act, or for ~ 25 1, 70 | creature may be made for the sake of a lower, ~considered 26 1, 70 | and body ~exists for the sake of the soul and not of the 27 1, 74 | it was necessary, for the sake of those especially who ~ 28 1, 77 | principal exists for the ~sake of that which is the more 29 1, 77 | the senses are for the ~sake of the intelligence, and 30 1, 48 | because matter is for the sake of the form, and not the 31 1, 48 | but it would be for the sake of the punishment of sin, 32 1, 48 | distinction exists for the sake of the formal distinction. 33 1, 48 | distinction ~of things for the sake of the perfection of the 34 1, 50 | will death for ~its own sake. Nevertheless the order 35 1, 52 | alone, neither for its own sake nor on ~account of anything 36 1, 61 | something loved for the end's sake, is the love of choice.~ 37 1, 61 | natural love for his own sake: ~because one thing loves 38 1, 61 | own good, ~but for God's sake. If it denotes the nature 39 1, 66 | created for their ~own being's sake, and not on account of God' 40 1, 66 | therefore, are created for the sake of spiritual ~creatures, 41 1, 66 | every part exists for the sake ~of its proper act, as the 42 1, 66 | noble than man exist for the sake of man, ~whilst each and 43 1, 66 | in a manner, made for the sake ~of the spiritual, does 44 1, 71 | nothing is made for the sake of that which is inferior ~ 45 1, 71 | considered as made either for the sake of its proper act, or for ~ 46 1, 71 | creature may be made for the sake of a lower, ~considered 47 1, 71 | and body ~exists for the sake of the soul and not of the 48 1, 73 | it was necessary, for the sake of those especially who ~ 49 1, 76 | principal exists for the ~sake of that which is the more 50 1, 76 | the senses are for the ~sake of the intelligence, and 51 1, 77 | kind of syllogism for the sake of inquiry, is ~not less 52 1, 82 | desire something for the sake ~of obtaining something 53 1, 83 | united to the body for the sake of the body: for neither 54 1, 83 | neither is form ~for the sake of matter, nor is the mover 55 1, 83 | nor is the mover for the sake of the moved, but ~rather 56 1, 84 | while matter is for the sake of the form. Neither ~is 57 1, 88 | and not the ~form for the sake of matter. But if we admit 58 1, 90 | since matter is for the sake of the form, and instruments 59 1, 90 | sensible objects for ~its own sake. Therefore, as the senses 60 1, 90 | things were made for man's sake. For we are accustomed to 61 1, 95 | thus matter is for the sake of form; and the ~imperfect 62 1, 95 | imperfect form, for the sake of the perfect), so also 63 1, 101 | apparently have been made for the sake of paradise, and not ~contrariwise; 64 1, 104 | perfect is ~always for the sake of the more perfect: and 65 1, 104 | as the matter ~is for the sake of the form, so the form 66 1, 104 | the first act, is for ~the sake of its operation, which 67 1, 104 | every operation is for the sake of ~some good, real or apparent; 68 1, 108 | angels or ~men, for the sake of the good that follows; 69 1, 111 | corporeal things, for ~the sake of a higher order, that 70 1, 113 | sometimes indeed merely for the sake of ~knowing something; and 71 2, 1 | science is sought for its own sake. Now it cannot ~be said 72 2, 1 | end ~of our good, for the sake of which we love other things, 73 2, 1 | we love ~it for its own sake."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[1] A[ 74 2, 2 | this kind is sought for the sake of something else, viz. 75 2, 2 | not sought save for the sake of ~natural wealth; since 76 2, 2 | from ~the fact that for its sake all else is loved and desired. 77 2, 2 | to be loved for its own sake." ~But man is not to be 78 2, 2 | to be loved for his own sake, but whatever is in man 79 2, 2 | is to ~be loved for God's sake. Therefore happiness consists 80 2, 2 | potentiality is for the sake of act as for its ~fulfilment, 81 2, 3 | principally for its own sake. But the act of the practical 82 2, 3 | not sought for its own sake but for the sake of action: 83 2, 3 | its own sake but for the sake of action: and these very ~ 84 2, 3 | which all desire for its own sake, seems to be ~man's final 85 2, 4 | the will seek good for the sake of repose; for thus the 86 2, 4 | operations are sought for the sake of delight. But the intellect ~ 87 2, 4 | the beloved good for the sake of ~delight: it is for charity 88 2, 6 | albeit not for its own sake, but on account of something 89 2, 6 | what we wish, for its own sake, as an end, but also what 90 2, 6 | also what we wish for ~the sake of something else, as an 91 2, 6 | voluntary, not only ~for its own sake, as it were absolutely; 92 2, 6 | absolutely; but also for the sake of ~something else, as it 93 2, 7 | man act "valiantly for the sake of" the good of ~the virtue 94 2, 7 | he act valiantly ~for the sake of the delivery of the state, 95 2, 8 | that which is for its ~own sake and that which is for the 96 2, 8 | and that which is for the sake of something else: wherefore 97 2, 11 | to something for its own sake." ~But love belongs to the 98 2, 11 | which he desires for the sake of something else." But 99 2, 11 | does not desire for the sake of something else. ~Therefore 100 2, 11 | a bitter potion for the sake of health, ~can nowise be 101 2, 11 | desire them for their own sake": not indeed as though they 102 2, 11 | to something for its ~own sake," as Augustine says (De 103 2, 12 | moved to the means for the sake of the end: and thus the ~ 104 2, 12 | to take medicine for the sake of ~health," I signify no 105 2, 13 | which are to be done for its sake." But that for the sake 106 2, 13 | sake." But that for the sake of ~which something is done 107 2, 13 | makes ~use of them for the sake of the end.~Aquin.: SMT 108 2, 15 | intemperate man, and for sake of this delight he consents 109 2, 18 | that commits theft for the sake of adultery, is guilty of 110 2, 19 | willing to obey God for the sake of temporal gain. ~Therefore 111 2, 19 | wills to fast for God's sake; ~because the act of fasting 112 2, 19 | that ~it is done for God's sake. Wherefore, since the goodness 113 2, 19 | to give an alms ~for the sake of vainglory, he wills that 114 2, 19 | must will the good for ~the sake of the good.~Aquin.: SMT 115 2, 20 | how to judge; but for ~the sake of others, that all may 116 2, 25 | is desired only for the sake of obtaining the end.~Aquin.: 117 2, 27 | some are loved for the ~sake of the pleasure they give. 118 2, 28 | and acts for his friend's sake as for his own sake, looking 119 2, 28 | friend's sake as for his own sake, looking on ~his friend 120 2, 28 | providing for him, for his sake.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[28] A[ 121 2, 30 | is desired for ~its own sake, e.g. health: and thus greater 122 2, 31 | friendship which is for the sake of the ~pleasant is principally 123 2, 31 | friendship which is for the sake of the pleasant: ~whereas 124 2, 33 | operation is not ~sought for the sake of pleasure, but rather 125 2, 34 | which is not sought for the sake of something else, ~is good 126 2, 34 | pleasure is not sought ~for the sake of something else; for it 127 2, 34 | pleasure is not sought for the sake of ~something else is because 128 2, 35 | other senses for their own sake; whereas ~other animals 129 2, 35 | pleasure is desirable for the sake of the good which is its ~ 130 2, 35 | pleasure, is sought for its own sake: ~whereas the evil, which 131 2, 39 | Everything is for the sake of its own operation," as ~ 132 2, 39 | avoids sorrow for its own ~sake, just as everyone seeks 133 2, 46 | another's evil for evil's sake, it is satisfied with no 134 2, 46 | are desired for their own ~sake, are desired without measure, 135 2, 54 | if it be done ~for God's sake, is an act of charity; while, 136 2, 57 | dialectic syllogism for the sake of argument, just as it 137 2, 59 | readily ~sought for the sake of pleasure, so is evil 138 2, 61 | man should act ~for the sake of a due end, implies a 139 2, 61 | suffers persecution for the ~sake of the truth, lives for 140 2, 64 | God's word, and for the sake of eternal life. But if 141 2, 65 | pleasing to him for their own sake: ~hence "pleasure taken 142 2, 65 | pleasing to them for ~their own sake, but only for the sake of 143 2, 65 | own sake, but only for the sake of charity. Therefore many 144 2, 68 | evil pleasures for ~the sake of the good appointed by 145 2, 69 | is not sought for its own sake, but for the sake of operation, 146 2, 69 | its own sake, but for the sake of operation, as even the ~ 147 2, 70 | our actions for their own sake. Therefore ~our actions 148 2, 70 | in a thing for its own ~sake, this may be understood 149 2, 70 | the expression ~"for the sake of" be taken to designate 150 2, 70 | delights in nothing for its own sake, except the last end. Secondly, ~ 151 2, 70 | delights in health, for its own sake, as in an end; in a ~nice 152 2, 70 | medicine, nowise for its own sake, but only for the sake of ~ 153 2, 70 | own sake, but only for the sake of ~something else. Accordingly 154 2, 70 | delight in God for ~His own sake, as being his last end, 155 2, 70 | being ~his end, but for the sake of their inherent goodness 156 2, 72 | telling untruths for the sake of fame, and the ~"cheat," 157 2, 75 | commits one sin for the sake of another which is his 158 2, 76 | hurt of ignorance, ~for the sake of freedom in sinning. Sometimes, 159 2, 78 | to be suffered for ~the sake of possessing a particular 160 2, 78 | intended by anyone for its own sake; but it ~can be intended 161 2, 78 | can be intended for the sake of avoiding another evil, 162 2, 78 | good intended for its own sake, without suffering loss 163 2, 79 | not ~blind some for the sake of their welfare.~Aquin.: 164 2, 79 | must be inflicted for the sake of good.~ 165 2, 84 | were sought for their own sake, as being the last end; 166 2, 87 | delights in it for ~its own sake. But "God hath not pleasure 167 2, 87 | own amendment, but for the sake of others, that at least 168 2, 87 | punishments for their own sake; but ~He does delight in 169 2, 87 | would not offend God for its sake, by breaking one of ~His 170 2, 87 | suffers loss of money for the ~sake of bodily health, or loss 171 2, 87 | of both of these, for the sake of his ~soul's health and 172 2, 89 | so that, ~to wit, for the sake of these things he would 173 2, 96 | human ~creature for God's sake."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[96] A[ 174 2, 97 | improvement, but for the sake of a great benefit or in 175 2, 99 | our neighbor for God's ~sake. Hence the Apostle put this 176 2, 100 | are desired only for the ~sake of something else. Consequently 177 2, 100 | particular action for its own sake"; wherein a ~twofold internal 178 2, 102 | corporeal beings: and for their sake there was need for a special ~ 179 2, 102 | use of loin-cloths for the sake ~of decency: so that without 180 2, 102 | becoming, ~both for the sake of bodily cleanliness; and 181 2, 102 | a ~marriage: and for the sake of the children who would 182 2, 103 | his foreskin for ~health's sake, not with the intention 183 2, 106 | whatever was created ~for the sake of man (Gn. 1:26-29). Therefore 184 2, 108 | to be done for justice's sake, should be done out of desire ~ 185 2, 108 | them, nor serve God for the sake of ~the necessities of food 186 2, 109 | parted from ~Him for the sake of finding any good or avoiding 187 2, 1 | whom we ~love for God's sake.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[1] A[3] 188 2, 2 | so ~as to assent to Its sake to whatever he believes.~ 189 2, 2 | third reason is for the sake of ~certitude. For human 190 2, 2 | danger to oneself, for the sake of the common good: yet 191 2, 8 | matters of faith, for the sake of things that ~appear externally. 192 2, 8 | is known not for its own ~sake, but for the sake of something 193 2, 8 | its own ~sake, but for the sake of something else. On the 194 2, 9 | also the last ~end for the sake of which our works are done, 195 2, 11 | and new opinions, ~for the sake of some temporal profit, 196 2, 11 | adultery committed for the sake of theft, there is the species 197 2, 13 | malice of sin for its own ~sake." Now this is to sin through 198 2, 16 | ways: first, for its own sake; secondly, because something 199 2, 16 | adhere to God for His own ~sake, uniting our minds to God 200 2, 16 | person some ~good for his own sake; thus a man loves his friend. 201 2, 16 | something, not for its own sake, but that he may ~obtain 202 2, 16 | adheres to God for His own sake; ~while hope pertains to 203 2, 18 | whereby God is loved for the sake of ~worldly goods, and this 204 2, 18 | man loves ~himself for the sake of God and in God. In a 205 2, 21 | the moral virtues, for ~sake of insuring a greater stability, 206 2, 22 | certain person, for his sake he loves all ~belonging 207 2, 22 | friends, that for their sake we ~love all who belong 208 2, 22 | principal person, but for his sake we love ~those who belong 209 2, 22 | charity, we love for God's sake.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[23] A[ 210 2, 22 | enjoyment of God for His own ~sake." But a movement of the 211 2, 22 | out of charity ~for God's sake.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[23] A[ 212 2, 22 | loved by charity for His own sake: wherefore charity ~regards 213 2, 23 | sin, is loved for God's sake habitually though not actually. 214 2, 24 | if he loved him for God's sake; ~and this is what charity 215 2, 24 | out of charity, for God's sake.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[25] A[ 216 2, 24 | love his enemy for God's ~sake, without it being necessary 217 2, 24 | out of charity, ~for God's sake, the more he loves God, 218 2, 25 | hate our neighbor for God's sake, ~if, to wit, he leads us 219 2, 25 | thyself, not for thy own sake, but for the sake of Him ~ 220 2, 25 | thy own sake, but for the sake of Him ~in Whom is the rightest 221 2, 25 | also thou lovest for God's sake." Now "the cause of a thing 222 2, 25 | property and persons for the sake of the common good. ~Wherefore 223 2, 25 | injury for his neighbor's ~sake, according to Prov. 12:26: " 224 2, 25 | neglecteth a loss for the sake ~of a friend, is just." 225 2, 25 | injury for his friend's sake, ~and precisely in so doing 226 2, 25 | which he loves less for the sake of ~what he loves more. 227 2, 25 | father and mother ~for the sake of his wife: for in certain 228 2, 25 | will be entirely for God's sake, for then ~will be fulfilled 229 2, 26 | should be loved for His own sake?~(4) Whether God can be 230 2, 26 | and to be honored, for the sake ~of something else, viz. 231 2, 26 | charity seek to love for the ~sake of loving, as though this 232 2, 26 | for Himself ~but for the sake of something else. For Gregory 233 2, 26 | God is to be loved for the sake of something else.~Aquin.: 234 2, 26 | to something for its own sake. Now "God is to be enjoyed" 235 2, 26 | things we accomplish for its ~sake, just as the power of fire 236 2, 26 | we ~love them for God's sake, and not merely because 237 2, 26 | his being loved for God's sake. Therefore the love of God 238 2, 26 | is due to it for its own ~sake, since the ultimate reward 239 2, 26 | one's neighbor for God's sake, on the other. In this way 240 2, 26 | he loves them for their sake, so as to fall short of 241 2, 26 | God ~be loved for His own sake does not diminish the merit, 242 2, 30 | compassion and for God's ~sake," which motive belongs to 243 2, 30 | formally, i.e. for God's sake, with delight and readiness, 244 2, 30 | possessions for Christ's sake, and does the ~deed of perfection 245 2, 31 | charity, but more for ~the sake of ostentation. Hence the 246 2, 33 | to do something for God's sake.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[35] A[ 247 2, 41 | that he declines, for the ~sake of procuring it, to forego 248 2, 41 | what we love less for the sake of what we love more. Therefore 249 2, 41 | temporal goods for ~the sake of those who stir up scandals 250 2, 42 | in two ~ways, for its own sake, and for the sake of something 251 2, 42 | its own sake, and for the sake of something else. In every ~ 252 2, 42 | that is due for its own sake, because it has the ~character 253 2, 42 | character of a good for its own sake: while that which is directed 254 2, 42 | the ~end is due for the sake of something else: thus 255 2, 42 | it is ~due for its own sake, that he should heal, while 256 2, 42 | while it is due for the sake ~of something else that 257 2, 42 | that which is ~for its own sake takes precedence of that 258 2, 42 | of that which is for the sake of ~another, wherefore the 259 2, 42 | is necessary, for their sake, that scientific ~conclusions 260 2, 42 | our neighbor ~for God's sake, as for the sake of our 261 2, 42 | for God's sake, as for the sake of our end~Aquin.: SMT SS 262 2, 42 | yet we find that, for the sake of the laggards, special 263 2, 42 | love his neighbor for God's sake, even as he loves ~himself 264 2, 42 | loves ~himself for God's sake, so that his love for his 265 2, 45 | stray from reason for the sake of his concupiscences; fortitude, 266 2, 45 | Literally, 'for the sake of which' (are the means)], 267 2, 50 | has to be done for ~the sake of the end. Now prudence 268 2, 50 | what has to be done for the sake of an end. But in ~heaven 269 2, 50 | have to be done for the sake of an end, since there ~ 270 2, 53 | things their end, or for the sake of ~these things to do whatever 271 2, 53 | themselves to God for the sake of these ~things."~Aquin.: 272 2, 56 | will observed for its own sake."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[58] A[ 273 2, 57 | were pleasing for its own sake and not for the sake ~of 274 2, 57 | own sake and not for the sake ~of something else: this 275 2, 62 | part is naturally for the ~sake of the whole. For this reason 276 2, 62 | required, not ~for their sake, but on account of the owner' 277 2, 62 | slain by another, for the sake of the good of virtue, and 278 2, 62 | taking a man's life for ~the sake of these contemptible things?" 279 2, 62 | another's life for the ~sake of the life of his own body.~ 280 2, 62 | says pointedly, "for the sake of these things," whereby 281 2, 63 | to maim himself for ~the sake of the soul's welfare: since 282 2, 63 | human body, it is for ~the sake of the whole, as the imperfect 283 2, 63 | should not be removed for the sake of the bodily ~health of 284 2, 63 | strike their children for the sake ~of correction, for the 285 2, 64 | imperfect ~is always for the sake of the perfect, as stated 286 2, 64 | is taken by force for the sake of ~possession, so is a 287 2, 66 | sought, not ~for their own sake, because this is not the 288 2, 68 | are required; or for ~the sake of greater certitude three, 289 2, 71 | words be uttered for the sake of some necessary good, 290 2, 74 | rational creature for whose sake they are. Now they are related 291 2, 75 | a last end, but for the sake of ~some other end which 292 2, 79 | themselves to man, not for man's sake but ~for God's sake, according 293 2, 79 | man's sake but ~for God's sake, according to the word of 294 2, 79 | usefulness to Him, but for the sake of His glory, and on account ~ 295 2, 79 | and reverence, not for His sake (because ~He is of Himself 296 2, 79 | anything), ~but for our own sake, because by the very fact 297 2, 81 | at our asking, is for the sake of our good, namely, that 298 2, 81 | desired, not for its ~own sake, but for the welfare of 299 2, 81 | vengeance not for its own sake, but for the sake ~of Divine 300 2, 81 | its own sake, but for the sake ~of Divine justice.~Aquin.: 301 2, 81 | Dan. 9:17,18, "For Thy own sake, ~incline, O God, Thy ear"; 302 2, 83 | his own things for God's sake, or ~when a man subjects 303 2, 83 | with our neighbor for God's sake.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[85] A[ 304 2, 84 | given to them ~for God's sake. In like manner, and for 305 2, 85 | is due not for its own ~sake, but for the sake of the 306 2, 85 | its own ~sake, but for the sake of the ministers, to whose 307 2, 86 | of continency, for the ~sake of some common good or common 308 2, 87 | desirable for ~their own sake, but among those that are 309 2, 87 | desirable for their own sake, but among those that are 310 2, 87 | i.e. desirable for its own sake, "restrains himself as ~ 311 2, 87 | Scriptures were made for God's sake, not God for the sake of 312 2, 87 | s sake, not God for the sake of the ~Scriptures." Now 313 2, 88 | a certain thing for the sake of ~God's name is to adjure. 314 2, 89 | lips, not indeed for His ~sake, but for our own sake; since 315 2, 89 | His ~sake, but for our own sake; since by praising Him our 316 2, 89 | the singer ~chant for the sake of devotion, he pays more 317 2, 94 | person gives an alms for the ~sake of vainglory. Now the observances 318 2, 96 | make use of an evil for the sake of good, ~as God does, but 319 2, 97 | the people for the place's sake, but ~the place for the 320 2, 97 | the place for the people's sake." Hence sacrilege committed 321 2, 98 | gives ~what he has for God's sake. But this is to employ the 322 2, 98 | ought to be sought for the sake of ~spiritual things. If, 323 2, 98 | spiritual thing for the sake of ~praise, he only makes 324 2, 99 | should be omitted for the sake of ~religion?~Aquin.: SMT 325 2, 99 | should be omitted for ~the sake of religion? ~Aquin.: SMT 326 2, 99 | should be ~omitted for the sake of religion. For Our Lord 327 2, 99 | should be omitted for the sake of religion.~Aquin.: SMT 328 2, 99 | should be omitted for the sake of ~religion.~Aquin.: SMT 329 2, 99 | should be omitted for the ~sake of the worship of religion.~ 330 2, 99 | should be omitted for the sake of religion.~Aquin.: SMT 331 2, 99 | who taught ~that for the sake of religion one ought to 332 2, 99 | should ~be omitted for the sake of the worship religion 333 2, 99 | set piety aside for the sake of religion.~Aquin.: SMT 334 2, 99 | not abandon them for the sake of religion. But if we cannot ~ 335 2, 100 | danger of death for the sake of the common good. Therefore ~ 336 2, 102 | willed by him for its own sake apart ~from its being prescribed, 337 2, 102 | nowise willed for its own sake, but, considered in itself, ~ 338 2, 102 | obedience: yet sometimes for the sake of obedience we should ~ 339 2, 102 | Therefore obedience, for whose sake the good ~of other virtues 340 2, 102 | man may contemn for God's sake. The lowest of these ~are 341 2, 102 | our own will for God's sake, is more praiseworthy than 342 2, 102 | contemn other goods for the sake of God.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 343 2, 102 | sometimes to set aside for the sake of obedience to which we 344 2, 102 | human creature for God's sake: whether it be to the king 345 2, 104 | kindness to us for his own sake, or for ours, or for both ~ 346 2, 108 | believed, but merely for the sake of giving ~pleasure. Hence 347 2, 108 | either in joking, or for the sake of our ~neighbor's good." 348 2, 109 | intending them for their own sake, but ~instrumentally, as 349 2, 110 | boast, not only for the sake of glory, but also for ~ 350 2, 110 | glory, but also for ~the sake of gain. Such people invent 351 2, 110 | purpose, sometimes ~for the sake of glory or honor, sometimes 352 2, 110 | honor, sometimes for the sake of money." Thus it ~is evident 353 2, 110 | a man who boasts for the sake of gain, is viler than one 354 2, 110 | one who ~boasts for the sake of glory or honor." Yet 355 2, 110 | s commandments for ~the sake of boasting: for then it 356 2, 110 | Para. 2/2~To boast for the sake of glory or gain seen to 357 2, 112 | Ethic. iv, 6), for the sake of ~some good that will 358 2, 113 | wish to please men for the sake of ~vainglory or gain, or 359 2, 115 | spends what he has for the sake of other sins. Hence Ambrose 360 2, 115 | genuine if you ~give for the sake of boasting rather than 361 2, 116 | contemns things eternal for the sake of temporal ~things.~Aquin.: 362 2, 116 | and is unwilling for the sake of riches to do ~anything 363 2, 116 | life - to danger for ~the sake of money. Hence the text 364 2, 117 | some unlawful end, for the sake of which the prodigal squanders 365 2, 117 | exceed in giving for the sake ~of pleasures which are 366 2, 117 | one spend too much for the sake of ~intemperance points 367 2, 121 | trials of this life for the sake of an eternal reward."~Aquin.: 368 2, 121 | things readily for the sake of the object beloved": 369 2, 121 | person, and this for the sake of the sovereign good which 370 2, 121 | the brave man acts for the sake of the good of his habit?~ 371 2, 121 | man does not act for the sake of the ~good of his habit. 372 2, 121 | brave man to act for the sake of the good of his habit.~ 373 2, 121 | We love virtues for the ~sake of happiness, and yet some 374 2, 121 | desire virtue for its own sake, "without ~loving happiness. 375 2, 121 | longer love that for the ~sake of which alone we love virtue." 376 2, 121 | bear all things for God's sake." Now God is not the habit ~ 377 2, 121 | man does not act ~for the sake of the good of his habit.~ 378 2, 121 | dare many things for the sake of desire. Now fortitude 379 2, 122 | were slain for Christ's sake, and of whom ~Hillary says ( 380 2, 122 | persecution for justice' sake, for theirs ~is the kingdom 381 2, 122 | one's blood for Christ's sake takes the place ~of Baptism. 382 2, 122 | were slain for Christ's sake the merit of Christ's ~martyrdom 383 2, 122 | which he despises for its sake is ~more dear to him, or 384 2, 122 | chooses to suffer for its sake is more ~odious. But it 385 2, 122 | despising ~life for the sake of safeguarding the integrity 386 2, 122 | integrity of the flesh for the sake ~of Christ's faith, rather 387 2, 122 | things ~visible for the sake of things invisible, as 388 2, 122 | suffer death for Christ's sake.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[124] A[ 389 2, 122 | mortally wounded for Christ's sake, or ~after suffering for 390 2, 122 | persecution for justice' sake," which pertains to martyrdom, 391 2, 122 | avoiding any sin, for Christ's ~sake, because this all comes 392 2, 123 | danger of death for the sake of a good. ~But a man who 393 2, 123 | that one ~ought for their sake to renounce that which is 394 2, 124 | things to be ~used for the sake of his last end. Hence it 395 2, 126 | difficult things for the sake of virtue or profit." The 396 2, 127 | anything wrong for their sake. Yet humility makes us honor 397 2, 127 | or evils, that for their sake he abandons and ~gives up 398 2, 127 | himself to danger for the sake of a thing that ~he does 399 2, 127 | anything unbecoming ~for their sake. Yet he does not despise 400 2, 129 | they who, merely for the sake of honor, either do good 401 2, 129 | do brave things for the sake of honor are not truly brave.~ 402 2, 129 | of dignity, not for ~the sake of honor, but for the sake 403 2, 129 | sake of honor, but for the sake of a right use of a dignity 404 2, 130 | seeks glory, not for His own sake, but for ours. In like manner 405 2, 130 | virtuous deeds for ~the sake of human glory, as Augustine 406 2, 130 | with one another for the sake of ~vainglory." But contention [* 407 2, 130 | that are sought for honor's sake, such as ~power and wealth. 408 2, 130 | if it be done for ~the sake of vainglory, even though 409 2, 130 | does the latter for the sake of ~the former. But a man 410 2, 134 | to suffer ~evil for the sake of good than for the sake 411 2, 134 | sake of good than for the sake of evil. Yet some suffer 412 2, 134 | suffer evil ~for evil's sake, by their own virtue and 413 2, 134 | toils and sorrows ~for the sake of the things they love 414 2, 134 | grace, to bear evil for the sake ~of good, and this is to 415 2, 134 | is painful, save for the sake of that which gives pleasure." ~ 416 2, 134 | suffer them ~for their own sake, but only for the sake of 417 2, 134 | own sake, but only for the sake of an end. Hence it follows ~ 418 2, 134 | follows ~that the good for the sake of which one is willing 419 2, 134 | prone to bear evils for the sake of goods in which the concupiscence ~ 420 2, 134 | to endure evils for the sake of goods to ~come, which 421 2, 134 | which a man bears for the ~sake of his body's health, proceeds 422 2, 134 | endures certain evils ~for the sake of good, and if this good 423 2, 134 | difficult things for the sake of virtue or profit." By 424 2, 139 | from corruption for God's sake." But ~this is common to 425 2, 139 | body, for instance, for the sake of ~health. But this is 426 2, 139 | them desirable for ~its own sake, and commanding him to avail 427 2, 139 | pleasant things for the sake of ~health, or for the sake 428 2, 139 | sake of ~health, or for the sake of a sound condition of 429 2, 140 | even necessary for the sake of an end, to abstain from 430 2, 140 | operations. Thus, for the sake of the body's health, ~certain 431 2, 140 | whereas actions ~done for the sake of pleasure are simply voluntary. 432 2, 140 | self-preservation, for the sake of which one shuns ~perils 433 2, 142 | according to Ps. 67:8, "For thy sake I have borne reproach, ~ 434 2, 143 | is desired for ~its own sake." Now virtue is desired, 435 2, 143 | desired, not for its own sake, but for the ~sake of happiness, 436 2, 143 | its own sake, but for the ~sake of happiness, for the Philosopher 437 2, 143 | are desired for their own sake, some are desired for their 438 2, 143 | are desired for their own sake ~alone, and never for the 439 2, 143 | alone, and never for the sake of something else, such 440 2, 143 | not only for their own sake, ~inasmuch as they have 441 2, 143 | through them, but also for the sake of ~something else, inasmuch 442 2, 143 | desirable for their own sake: wherefore ~Tully says ( 443 2, 143 | latter is desirable ~for the sake of something else, while 444 2, 143 | due to virtue for its own ~sake: and it is thus that virtue 445 2, 143 | is desirable for its own sake" [*Cicero, De Invent. Rhet. 446 2, 143 | is desirable for its own sake" ~[*Cicero, De Invent. Rhet. 447 2, 143 | is desired for its own ~sake, for "it seems ridiculous 448 2, 143 | is desirable for its own sake: the useful implies reference 449 2, 143 | is desired for its own ~sake by the rational appetite. 450 2, 143 | is desired for ~its own sake by the sensitive appetite.~ 451 2, 145 | not baptism for His own sake, but in order to ~commend 452 2, 146 | gluttony ~as his end, for the sake of which he contemns God, 453 2, 146 | yet would not ~for their sake do anything contrary to 454 2, 146 | sought, not for its own sake, but for the body's ~nourishment. 455 2, 147 | little wine for thy stomach's sake, and thy frequent ~infirmities"; 456 2, 150 | too, sometimes ~do for the sake of health that which makes 457 2, 150 | him to ~possess), for the sake of his body's good, or of 458 2, 150 | this integrity for God's sake, which purpose ~gives virginity 459 2, 151 | what is to be done for the sake of ~the end: and this is 460 2, 152 | theft committed for the sake of adultery, ~passes into 461 2, 152 | any copulation, for the sake of venereal ~pleasure: this 462 2, 155 | s punishment for its own sake may be called savage ~or 463 2, 156 | another, not for its own ~sake but for the sake of revenge, 464 2, 156 | its own ~sake but for the sake of revenge, towards which 465 2, 159 | of man to God, for Whose sake he humbles himself ~by subjecting 466 2, 159 | our neighbors for God's sake, according to 1 Pt. 2:13, " 467 2, 159 | human creature for God's sake"; but to God alone do we 468 2, 160 | to a creature for God's sake.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[162] A[ 469 2, 161 | which is desired for the sake of the end; and consequently ~ 470 2, 161 | willed by ~man for his own sake, for this could not happen 471 2, 161 | that he willed it for ~the sake of something else. Now the 472 2, 165 | sustaining ~nature, or for the sake of the study of intelligible 473 2, 165 | but curiosity, for trial's sake, ~seeketh even the contraries 474 2, 165 | contraries of these, not for the sake of suffering ~annoyance, 475 2, 166 | as ~to be willing for its sake to do anything in disobedience 476 2, 166 | mirth is useful for the sake of the rest and pleasures ~ 477 2, 166 | in quest ~for their own sake, but for the sake of operation, 478 2, 166 | their own sake, but for the sake of operation, as stated 479 2, 166 | make few friends ~for the sake of pleasure, since but little 480 2, 167 | than others, ~not for the sake of their own glory, but 481 2, 167 | or from vanity for the sake of ostentation, it is ~not 482 2, 167 | when it is done for the sake of sensuous pleasure or 483 2, 172 | are sought ~for their own sake, as to things sought for 484 2, 172 | to things sought for the sake of something else. ~For 485 2, 172 | things sought for their own sake, the agent's power is the 486 2, 172 | things sought only for the sake of something else, that 487 2, 172 | required, not for its own sake, but on account of the manifestation 488 2, 176 | other persons for whose sake ~miracles are wrought, according 489 2, 180 | loved more for its ~own sake, while the active life is 490 2, 180 | of our neighbor for God's sake. Now the contemplative life 491 2, 180 | done and for His glory's sake. Thus the Apostle ~says ( 492 2, 180 | labor borne for Christ's ~sake is a sign. Yet a much more 493 2, 180 | our ~neighbor for God's sake. Seemingly therefore the 494 2, 181 | change of one letter for the sake of the sound." But ~effecting 495 2, 182 | despises ~for his neighbor's sake, through his despising not 496 2, 182 | external goods ~for the sake of his neighbor, but also 497 2, 182 | himself, for his neighbor's sake, according to the words 498 2, 182 | of our neighbor for God's sake, both in this world and 499 2, 182 | sought not for their own sake, ~but for the sake of perfection; 500 2, 182 | their own sake, ~but for the sake of perfection; hence it


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