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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 63 | Whether only the sin of pride and envy can exist in an 2 1, 63 | angels besides ~those of pride and envy. Because whosoever 3 1, 63 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, as pride and envy are spiritual sins, 4 1, 63 | Therefore not only can there be ~pride and envy in the angels; 5 1, 63 | many vices spring ~from pride; and in like manner from 6 1, 63 | therefore, there can be pride and envy in the ~angels, 7 1, 63 | is precisely the sin ~of pride - not to be subject to a 8 1, 63 | angel can be none other than pride.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 9 1, 63 | other. So, after the sin of pride, there ~followed the evil 10 1, 63 | avarice is contained under the pride which is in the demons. ~ 11 1, 63 | demons. So it is evident that pride ~and envy are the only spiritual 12 1, 63 | Reply OBJ 3: Under envy and pride, as found in the demons, 13 1, 63 | that being "inflated with pride, ~he wished to be called 14 1, 63 | night, "swelling up with pride," ~as Augustine says (Gen. 15 1, 63 | the demons' sin was pride; and the motive of pride 16 1, 63 | pride; and the motive of pride is excellence, which ~was 17 1, 63 | s first sin can only be pride, as was shown ~above (A[ 18 1, 63 | shown ~above (A[2]). But pride seeks excellence. Now it 19 1, 63 | not ~against the demons' pride for them to wish to serve 20 1, 64 | But that ~sin, namely, pride, is in them no longer; because 21 1, 64 | is said (Ps. 73:23): "The pride of them that hate ~Thee, 22 1, 64 | Whether only the sin of pride and envy can exist in an 23 1, 64 | angels besides ~those of pride and envy. Because whosoever 24 1, 64 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, as pride and envy are spiritual sins, 25 1, 64 | Therefore not only can there be ~pride and envy in the angels; 26 1, 64 | many vices spring ~from pride; and in like manner from 27 1, 64 | therefore, there can be pride and envy in the ~angels, 28 1, 64 | is precisely the sin ~of pride - not to be subject to a 29 1, 64 | angel can be none other than pride.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 30 1, 64 | other. So, after the sin of pride, there ~followed the evil 31 1, 64 | avarice is contained under the pride which is in the demons. ~ 32 1, 64 | demons. So it is evident that pride ~and envy are the only spiritual 33 1, 64 | Reply OBJ 3: Under envy and pride, as found in the demons, 34 1, 64 | that being "inflated with pride, ~he wished to be called 35 1, 64 | night, "swelling up with pride," ~as Augustine says (Gen. 36 1, 64 | the demons' sin was pride; and the motive of pride 37 1, 64 | pride; and the motive of pride is excellence, which ~was 38 1, 64 | s first sin can only be pride, as was shown ~above (A[ 39 1, 64 | shown ~above (A[2]). But pride seeks excellence. Now it 40 1, 64 | not ~against the demons' pride for them to wish to serve 41 1, 65 | But that ~sin, namely, pride, is in them no longer; because 42 1, 65 | is said (Ps. 73:23): "The pride of them that hate ~Thee, 43 1, 93 | already sinned by interior pride. For ~Augustine says (Gen. 44 1, 113 | s progress; and through pride usurp a semblance of Divine 45 2, 55 | says in his Rule, that "pride ~lies in wait for good works 46 2, 68 | heart, and fear against pride." But a sufficient ~remedy 47 2, 68 | oppresses the mind, lest it pride itself in present things," 48 2, 72 | sins are to be found. For pride is about ~things spiritual 49 2, 72 | species. It is thus that pride seeks excellence in ~reference 50 2, 72 | or [Vulg.: 'and'] ~the pride of life." Now a thing is 51 2, 72 | written (Ecclus. ~10:15) that "pride is the beginning of all 52 2, 77 | Concupiscence of the flesh," and "Pride of life."~(6) Whether the 53 2, 77 | concupiscence of the eyes, and pride ~of life are fittingly described 54 2, 77 | concupiscence of ~the eyes, and pride of life" are unfittingly 55 2, 77 | root of all evils." Now pride of life is ~not included 56 2, 77 | flesh, or [Vulg.: 'and'] pride of life." Now a ~thing is 57 2, 77 | arduous good pertains to the "pride of ~life"; for pride is 58 2, 77 | the "pride of ~life"; for pride is the inordinate appetite 59 2, 77 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: "Pride of life" is included in 60 2, 82 | of our first parent, viz. pride, ~disobedience, gluttony, 61 2, 84 | of all sins?~(2) Whether pride is the beginning of every 62 2, 84 | capital vices, besides ~pride and covetousness?~(4) How 63 2, 84 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether pride is the beginning of every 64 2, 84 | OBJ 1: It would seem that pride is not the beginning of 65 2, 84 | beginning of every ~sin, and not pride.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[84] A[ 66 2, 84 | The beginning of the ~pride of man is apostasy [Douay: ' 67 2, 84 | sin is the beginning of pride, so ~that the latter is 68 2, 84 | Therefore ~self-love and not pride, is the beginning of every 69 2, 84 | written (Ecclus. 10:15): "Pride is the beginning ~of all 70 2, 84 | I answer that, Some say pride is to be taken in three 71 2, 84 | called the ~"root"; whereas pride regards sin as turning away 72 2, 84 | who said (Ecclus. 10:15): "Pride is the beginning of all ~ 73 2, 84 | evident that he is speaking of pride as denoting ~inordinate 74 2, 84 | must therefore say that pride, even ~as denoting a special 75 2, 84 | from this point of view, pride, ~which is the desire to 76 2, 84 | stated to be the beginning of pride, ~in so far as it denotes 77 2, 84 | to be ~the beginning of pride, because it is the first 78 2, 84 | is the first species of pride. For it ~is characteristic 79 2, 84 | it ~is characteristic of pride to be unwilling to be subject 80 2, 84 | of the other species of pride.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[84] A[ 81 2, 84 | the same whether we reckon pride or self-love as the beginning ~ 82 2, 84 | other special sins, besides pride and avarice, should be ~ 83 2, 84 | other special sins, besides pride and ~avarice, should be 84 2, 84 | is called the "root," and pride ~which is called the beginning, 85 2, 84 | the root of sin, so ~is pride the beginning of sin, as 86 2, 84 | capital vices. Therefore pride also should be ~placed among 87 2, 84 | renown, which is desired by "pride" or ~"vainglory." Secondly, 88 2, 84 | 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Pride is said to be the beginning 89 2, 84 | being principal. Wherefore ~pride, like a universal vice, 90 2, 87 | concludes (verse 6): ~"Therefore pride hath held them fast."~Aquin.: 91 2, 88 | his ~Rule (Ep. ccxi) that "pride lies in wait for good works 92 2, 89 | end ~which is their sin of pride. Therefore they sin mortally 93 2, 98 | the overcoming of man's pride. For man was proud of two ~ 94 2, 98 | accordingly, in order that his pride might be overcome in this 95 2, 98 | instructed by the Law, his pride was convinced of his ~weakness, 96 2, 101 | sin of ~idolatry, and the pride which would arise in the 97 2, 102 | calf, when we ~overcome the pride of the flesh; a lamb, when 98 2, 102 | flies at a great height, pride is forbidden: in the griffon 99 2, 105 | scarcely avoid ~the excesses of pride and tyranny, arising from 100 2, 105 | when a man ~sinned from pride, i.e. through deliberate 101 2, 108 | refers to riches, "and the pride of ~life," which refers 102 2, 108 | honors, which pertain to the "pride of life," according to 1 ~ 103 2, 108 | perpetual chastity; and the pride of life by the bondage of 104 2, 4 | faith; humility ~removes pride, whereby a man refuses to 105 2, 8 | may have no incentive to pride, it does withdraw sometimes 106 2, 10 | it is a sin, arises from pride, ~through which man is unwilling 107 2, 11 | which belong to the vice ~of pride or covetousness: for Augustine 108 2, 11 | Therefore heresy is a species of pride rather than ~of unbelief.~ 109 2, 11 | viz. that it arises ~from pride or covetousness.~Aquin.: 110 2, 11 | which way it arises from ~pride or covetousness, as stated 111 2, 12 | The ~beginning of the pride of man is apostasy [Douay: ' 112 2, 12 | further on, (Ecclus. 10:15): "Pride is the beginning of all ~ 113 2, 18 | lost, his fear is born of pride, not of ~humility." Therefore 114 2, 18 | substance is not born of pride, but ~its servility is, 115 2, 18 | bestowed as a ~remedy against pride." But the virtue of humility 116 2, 18 | of humility is opposed to pride. ~Therefore again, fear 117 2, 18 | 14, "the beginning of the pride of ~man is to fall off from 118 2, 18 | cuts off the ~source of pride for which reason it is bestowed 119 2, 18 | bestowed as a remedy against ~pride. Yet it does not follow 120 2, 18 | perfectly, he does not, by pride, seek greatness either ~ 121 2, 19 | virtue: thus sometimes men pride themselves of ~their virtues, 122 2, 19 | to Augustine (Ep. ccxi): "Pride lies in wait for ~good works 123 2, 20 | to arise directly ~from pride, as though man thought so 124 2, 31 | to savor of presumptuous pride; but there is no presumption 125 2, 31 | account of the rebuker's pride; when, for instance, a man ~ 126 2, 32 | written (Ps. 73:23): "The pride of them that hate ~Thee 127 2, 34 | the ~first offspring of pride is vainglory, which by corrupting 128 2, 35 | inordinately, it is due ~to pride and vainglory. Therefore 129 2, 35 | wills, which arises from pride or ~vainglory, for the reason 130 2, 36 | seems to be the matter of ~pride and vainglory, according 131 2, 36 | other. Now it is proper to pride ~and vainglory to seek one' 132 2, 36 | something, it is ~akin to pride and vainglory, because, 133 2, 36 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Pride and vainglory are occasioned 134 2, 36 | and direct ~effects of pride or vainglory, should not 135 2, 36 | which are the occasion of pride.~ 136 2, 39 | strife is a daughter of pride or ~vainglory which makes 137 2, 43 | it imitates ~the devil's pride, of which it is written ( 138 2, 43 | over ~all the children of pride."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[45] A[ 139 2, 47 | despising them through ~pride.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[49] A[ 140 2, 47 | love in his heart, yet if pride or suspicion of flattery 141 2, 51 | presumption, which pertains to pride. Therefore ~precipitation 142 2, 51 | proceed from that root of pride, which refuses to ~submit 143 2, 53 | more akin thereto, such as pride and ~vainglory. Therefore 144 2, 53 | vices seem to arise from pride rather ~than from covetousness.~ 145 2, 53 | Ethic. iv, 3). Wherefore, as pride resembles or apes ~magnanimity, 146 2, 53 | not arise directly from pride, but rather from ~covetousness, 147 2, 61 | xxviii in ~Evang.): "Our pride is blunted, since in men 148 2, 70 | written (Prov. 11:2): "Where pride is, there shall also be 149 2, 70 | is a vice distinct from pride. Therefore ~reviling does 150 2, 70 | not directed to the end of pride which is ~excellency. Hence 151 2, 70 | not arise directly from pride. ~Nevertheless pride disposes 152 2, 70 | from pride. ~Nevertheless pride disposes a man to revile, 153 2, 80 | devotion abounds ~by repressing pride. If, however, a man perfectly 154 2, 103 | considered as a special sin, ~but pride, from which then man proceeded 155 2, 110 | one of the four species of pride, "when," to wit, "a man 156 2, 110 | 30): "We have heard the ~pride of Moab, he is exceeding 157 2, 110 | his arrogancy, ~and his pride, and the loftiness of his 158 2, 110 | arises from ~vainglory. Now pride and vainglory are opposed 159 2, 110 | written (Wis. 5:8): "What hath pride profited us? or what advantage ~ 160 2, 110 | and thus it proceeds from pride as its inwardly moving and ~ 161 2, 110 | above oneself, is a ~kind of pride; yet it is not the same 162 2, 110 | boasting among the species of ~pride. Moreover, the boaster frequently 163 2, 110 | prohibition of boasting and pride." Therefore boasting ~is 164 2, 110 | regard ~to its cause, namely, pride, or the desire of gain or 165 2, 110 | then if it proceeds from pride or from such vainglory as 166 2, 110 | boasting as arising from pride that is ~a mortal sin.~Aquin.: 167 2, 111 | it is not a sin to shun pride. But "some belittle ~themselves 168 2, 111 | in words, so as to avoid pride," according to the Philosopher ~( 169 2, 111 | at all in order to avoid pride. ~Hence Augustine says ( 170 2, 116 | spiritual objects (thus pride is about excellence), and 171 2, 116 | covetousness arises ~sometimes from pride, sometimes from fear. For 172 2, 124 | sometimes the result of pride of soul presuming on self ~ 173 2, 124 | result from lack of love, pride of soul, or dullness of 174 2, 124 | love, ~or on account of pride, or by reason of folly. 175 2, 124 | is ~opposed to charity, pride is contrary to humility, 176 2, 125 | presumption pertains ~to pride which is opposed to humility. 177 2, 130 | one who has to beware of pride. But He Who is ~above all, 178 2, 130 | vainglory ~always arises from pride. Therefore vainglory is 179 2, 130 | two ways. For some ~reckon pride as one of their number: 180 2, 130 | however (Moral. xxxi), reckons pride to ~be the queen of all 181 2, 130 | immediate ~offspring of pride, he reckons to be a capital 182 2, 130 | not without ~reason. For pride, as we shall state farther 183 2, 130 | is directed to the end of pride, so that ~this vice seems 184 2, 130 | capital vice to arise from ~pride, since as stated above ( 185 2, 130 | Article and FS, Q[84], ~A[2]) pride is the queen and mother 186 2, 130 | numbered among the species of pride. Now pride does not arise 187 2, 130 | the species of pride. Now pride does not arise from ~vainglory, 188 2, 130 | boasting is reckoned ~a kind of pride, as regards its interior 189 2, 131 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, "Pride is the beginning of all 190 2, 131 | pusillanimity does not proceed from pride, since the proud man sets ~ 191 2, 131 | some way be the result of pride: ~when, to wit, a man clings 192 2, 131 | lest they should fall into pride.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[133] A[ 193 2, 131 | be "wicked" on account of pride whence it proceeds.~ 194 2, 134 | fact of sinning through pride seems to be unendurable; ~ 195 2, 134 | reason those who sin through pride are stated to be borne with ~ 196 2, 144 | that "sometimes the sin of ~pride pierces the thoughts of 197 2, 145 | wealth superfluous, scorns ~pride, commends humility, helps 198 2, 146 | Lust, ~concupiscence, pride are the first-born of gluttony." 199 2, 146 | Paradise on ~account of pride, from which he went on to 200 2, 150 | the Church's sowing, the pride and ~ornament of spiritual 201 2, 151 | Summo Bono ii, 39) that "as pride of ~mind leads to the depravity 202 2, 151 | treating ~of vainglory, pride is accounted the common 203 2, 156 | xvi] to be a daughter of pride. Therefore it should not 204 2, 156 | would seem to be the same as pride. Now ~pride is not the daughter 205 2, 156 | the same as pride. Now ~pride is not the daughter of a 206 2, 156 | deliberately ~proceeds from pride, whereby a man lifts himself 207 2, 156 | 14, "the beginning of the pride of man is to fall ~off from 208 2, 156 | Him is the first part ~of pride [*Cf. Q[162], A[7], ad 2]; 209 2, 156 | here as identical with ~pride, but for a certain effort 210 2, 159 | modesty: (1) Humility, and pride ~which is opposed to it; ( 211 2, 159 | cxlix) that it is "grievous pride," since to wit, it would 212 2, 159 | Because humility is opposed to pride. Now pride ~concerns things 213 2, 159 | is opposed to pride. Now pride ~concerns things pertaining 214 2, 159 | Moral. xxxiv, ~22) that "pride, when it extends outwardly 215 2, 159 | Lofty eyes are a sign of pride, inasmuch as it excludes ~ 216 2, 159 | in the irascible, just as pride which is opposed to it, ~ 217 2, 159 | that ~is the companion of pride, whither will it not reach 218 2, 159 | justice ~which is coupled with pride, and is no longer a virtue; 219 2, 159 | chariots: in the one harness pride ~with justice, in the other 220 2, 159 | by the weight and size of pride."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[161] 221 2, 159 | inasmuch as it expels ~pride, which "God resisteth," 222 2, 159 | rank. It is ~imperiled by pride, for the greater a man is 223 2, 160 | 162] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF PRIDE (EIGHT ARTICLES)~We must 224 2, 160 | ARTICLES)~We must next consider pride, and (1) pride in general; ( 225 2, 160 | consider pride, and (1) pride in general; (2) the first ~ 226 2, 160 | which we hold to have been pride. Under the first head there ~ 227 2, 160 | of inquiry:~(1) Whether pride is a sin?~(2) Whether it 228 2, 160 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether pride is a sin?~Aquin.: SMT SS 229 2, 160 | OBJ 1: It would seem that pride is not a sin. For no sin 230 2, 160 | not the author of sin. Now pride is numbered among the Divine 231 2, 160 | thee to be an everlasting ~pride [Douay: 'glory'], a joy 232 2, 160 | generation." Therefore ~pride is not a sin.~Aquin.: SMT 233 2, 160 | s Lib. Sent. 294, that "pride is love of one's own ~excellence, 234 2, 160 | says (Confess. ii, 6): "Pride imitates exaltedness; ~whereas 235 2, 160 | exalted over all." Therefore pride is not a ~sin.~Aquin.: SMT 236 2, 160 | found to be opposed to pride. Therefore pride is not 237 2, 160 | opposed to pride. Therefore pride is not a sin.~Aquin.: SMT 238 2, 160 | Tobias 4:14): "Never suffer pride to ~reign in thy mind or 239 2, 160 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Pride [superbia] is so called 240 2, 160 | Therefore it is evident that pride denotes ~something opposed 241 2, 160 | Therefore it is evident that ~pride is a sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS 242 2, 160 | 1 Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 1: Pride [superbia] may be understood 243 2, 160 | super-abundant thing may be called pride: and it is ~thus that God 244 2, 160 | thus that God promises pride as significant of super-abundant 245 2, 160 | there is a ~good and an evil pride"; or "a sinful pride which 246 2, 160 | evil pride"; or "a sinful pride which God resists, and a ~ 247 2, 160 | which God resists, and a ~pride that denotes the glory which 248 2, 160 | may also be replied that pride there signifies abundance 249 2, 160 | things in which men may take pride.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[162] A[ 250 2, 160 | man desires naturally. Now pride is ~the appetite for excellence 251 2, 160 | De Civ. Dei xiv, 13) that pride is the "desire for ~inordinate 252 2, 160 | Dei ~xiv, 13; xix, 12), "pride imitates God inordinately: 253 2, 160 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Pride is directly opposed to the 254 2, 160 | Hence the vice opposed to pride by default is ~akin to the 255 2, 160 | way, on the other hand, pride may be opposed by excess, ~ 256 2, 160 | inordinately. Since, however, pride implies a ~certain elation, 257 2, 160 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether pride is a special sin?~Aquin.: 258 2, 160 | OBJ 1: It would seem that pride is not a special sin. For 259 2, 160 | sin that is not labelled ~pride"; and Prosper says (De Vita 260 2, 160 | Contempl. iii, 2) that "without pride ~no sin is, or was, or ever 261 2, 160 | be possible." Therefore pride is a ~general sin.~Aquin.: 262 2, 160 | and may deliver ~him from pride']," says that "a man prides 263 2, 160 | Therefore every sin is pride.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[162] A[ 264 2, 160 | to a special virtue. But ~pride is opposed to all the virtues, 265 2, 160 | says (Moral. xxxiv, 23): ~"Pride is by no means content with 266 2, 160 | all ~virtues." Therefore pride is not a special sin.~Aquin.: 267 2, 160 | has a special matter. Now pride has a ~general matter, for 268 2, 160 | heavenly virtues." Therefore pride ~is not a special but a 269 2, 160 | according to God's law, ~pride is a very different sin 270 2, 160 | from its species. Therefore pride is not a general but a ~ 271 2, 160 | answer that, The sin of pride may be considered in two 272 2, 160 | proper object. In this way pride is a special sin, because 273 2, 160 | all sins may arise from pride, in two ways. First ~directly, 274 2, 160 | being directed to the end of pride which is ~one's own excellence, 275 2, 160 | removing an obstacle, since pride makes a man despise the ~ 276 2, 160 | this generic character of pride ~admits of the possibility 277 2, 160 | of all vices arising from pride sometimes, but ~it does 278 2, 160 | all vices originate from pride always. For though ~one 279 2, 160 | contempt which pertains to pride, yet one does not always 280 2, 160 | which are not done ~through pride."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[162] 281 2, 160 | sins are committed through pride. We might, however, reply 282 2, 160 | to the outward effect ~of pride, namely the breaking of 283 2, 160 | not to the inward act of pride, namely contempt of the ~ 284 2, 160 | s commandment is said to pride himself against God, ~effectively 285 2, 160 | contrariety to a virtue, and thus pride does not corrupt every ~ 286 2, 160 | of that virtue: and thus pride ~destroys every virtue, 287 2, 160 | it finds an occasion of pride in ~every virtue, just as 288 2, 160 | 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Pride regards a special aspect 289 2, 160 | 1~Whether the subject of pride is the irascible faculty?~ 290 2, 160 | seem that the subject of pride is not the irascible ~faculty. 291 2, 160 | rational ~faculty. Therefore pride is not in the irascible.~ 292 2, 160 | themselves above them with pride": wherefore ~it would seem 293 2, 160 | wherefore ~it would seem that pride originates in undue observation. 294 2, 160 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further. pride seeks pre-eminence not only 295 2, 160 | The ~beginning of the pride of man is to fall off from 296 2, 160 | intelligible. Therefore pride cannot be in the irascible.~ 297 2, 160 | Sententiarum, sent. 294, ~"Pride is love of one's own excellence." 298 2, 160 | concupiscible. Therefore pride is not in the ~irascible.~ 299 2, 160 | Moral. ii, 49) opposes pride to the gift of ~fear. Now 300 2, 160 | the irascible. Therefore pride is in the ~irascible.~Aquin.: 301 2, 160 | Now the ~proper object of pride is something difficult, 302 2, 160 | something difficult, for pride is the desire of ~one's 303 2, 160 | above (AA[1],2). Wherefore pride must ~needs pertain in some 304 2, 160 | thing which is the object of pride, were ~merely some sensible 305 2, 160 | sensitive appetite might tend, ~pride would have to be in the 306 2, 160 | the difficult thing which pride has in view is common ~both 307 2, 160 | say that the ~subject of pride is the irascible not only 308 2, 160 | intellective appetite. Wherefore pride is ascribed also ~to the 309 2, 160 | purely speculative, ~and pride hinders this indirectly 310 2, 160 | is ~directly hindered by pride, because the proud, through 311 2, 160 | has true self-esteem. Now pride does ~not observe this rule 312 2, 160 | self-esteem lead him to pride: and one of those is the 313 2, 160 | conclusion is not ~that pride is in the rational faculty, 314 2, 160 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Pride is in the irascible, not 315 2, 160 | It is in this ~sense that pride is said to be "love of one' 316 2, 160 | this belongs properly to pride.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[162] A[ 317 2, 160 | Whether the four species of pride are fittingly assigned by 318 2, 160 | that the four species of pride are unfittingly assigned ~ 319 2, 160 | by which ~every kind of pride of the arrogant betrays 320 2, 160 | of what they have." For pride is a vice ~distinct from 321 2, 160 | be reckoned a species of pride.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[162] A[ 322 2, 160 | accounted a ~species of pride.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[162] A[ 323 2, 160 | things apparently pertain to pride, which are ~not mentioned 324 2, 160 | nothing is ~so indicative of pride as to show oneself ungrateful": 325 2, 160 | 14) that "it belongs to pride to excuse oneself of a ~ 326 2, 160 | to have much to do with pride. Therefore ~the aforesaid 327 2, 160 | the different ~species of pride.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[162] A[ 328 2, 160 | find other divisions of pride. For Anselm [*Eadmer, ~De 329 2, 160 | divides the uplifting of pride, saying that ~there is " 330 2, 160 | saying that ~there is "pride of will, pride of speech, 331 2, 160 | there is "pride of will, pride of speech, end pride of 332 2, 160 | will, pride of speech, end pride of deed." Bernard ~[*De 333 2, 160 | reckons twelve degrees of ~pride, namely "curiosity, frivolity 334 2, 160 | stated above (AA[1],2,3), pride denotes immoderate ~desire 335 2, 160 | have the third species of pride, namely "boasting ~of having 336 2, 160 | the first two ~species of pride, namely "when a man thinks 337 2, 160 | have the ~fourth species of pride, which is "when a man despises 338 2, 160 | speaking, it ~belongs to pride and not to unbelief, through 339 2, 160 | Gregory to be a species of pride.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[162] A[ 340 2, 160 | the first two species of pride pertain to ingratitude. ~ 341 2, 160 | only are the species of pride indicated, but ~also certain 342 2, 160 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether pride is a mortal sin?~Aquin.: 343 2, 160 | OBJ 1: It would seem that pride is not a mortal sin. For 344 2, 160 | universal sin which is pride." Therefore if pride were 345 2, 160 | is pride." Therefore if pride were a mortal sin, so ~would 346 2, 160 | contrary to charity. But pride is ~apparently not contrary 347 2, 160 | the excellence which, by pride, ~one desires inordinately, 348 2, 160 | neighbor's good. Therefore pride is not a mortal sin.~Aquin.: 349 2, 160 | is opposed to virtue. But pride is not ~opposed to virtue; 350 2, 160 | heavenly virtues." Therefore pride is not a mortal sin.~Aquin.: 351 2, 160 | Moral. xxxiv, 23) that "pride is a most ~evident sign 352 2, 160 | venial sins. Therefore ~pride is not a venial but a mortal 353 2, 160 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Pride is opposed to humility. 354 2, 160 | 161], A[1], ad ~5). Hence pride properly regards lack of 355 2, 160 | The beginning of the pride of man is to fall off from ~ 356 2, 160 | because, to wit, the root of pride is found to consist in man 357 2, 160 | from God: and consequently pride is, of its ~genus, a mortal 358 2, 160 | so ~too in the matter of pride it happens that certain 359 2, 160 | that certain motions of pride are ~venial sins, when reason 360 2, 160 | As stated above (A[2]) pride is a general sin, not by 361 2, 160 | may have their ~origin in pride. Hence it does not follow 362 2, 160 | such as arise from perfect pride, which we have stated to 363 2, 160 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Pride is always contrary to the 364 2, 160 | Para. 1/1 ~Reply OBJ 3: Pride arises from virtue, not 365 2, 160 | virtue an ~occasion for pride. And nothing prevents one 366 2, 160 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether pride is the most grievous of 367 2, 160 | OBJ 1: It would seem that pride is not the most grievous 368 2, 160 | it would seem to ~be. Now pride is most difficult to avoid; 369 2, 160 | of evil ~deeds, whereas pride lies in wait for good deeds 370 2, 160 | destroy them." ~Therefore pride is not the most grievous 371 2, 160 | Now humility to which pride is ~opposed is not the greatest 372 2, 160 | more grievous ~sins than pride.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[162] A[ 373 2, 160 | punished by a lesser evil. But ~pride is sometimes punished by 374 2, 160 | that on account of their pride of heart, men of science 375 2, 160 | convenient." Therefore pride is not the most grievous 376 2, 160 | The greatest sin in man is pride."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[162] 377 2, 160 | there is no reason for pride being the ~greatest of sins, 378 2, 160 | because uplifting which pride covets inordinately, is ~ 379 2, 160 | the ~part of the aversion, pride has extreme gravity, because 380 2, 160 | other good whatever; whereas pride denotes ~aversion from God 381 2, 160 | all vices flee from God, pride alone withstands God"; for ~ 382 2, 160 | in other sins, belongs to pride by its very ~nature, for 383 2, 160 | something else, it follows that pride is the most ~grievous of 384 2, 160 | it is difficult to avoid pride, since it takes ~occasion 385 2, 160 | attaches to the movement of ~pride while creeping in secretly, 386 2, 160 | conversion. In this way pride ~has no claim to be the 387 2, 160 | order to overcome their pride, God punishes certain men 388 2, 160 | Summo Bono ~ii, 38) that "pride is the worst of all vices; 389 2, 160 | it is less grievous than pride. For he who is in the ~clutches 390 2, 160 | who is in the ~clutches of pride and feels it not, falls 391 2, 160 | this indeed the gravity of pride is made manifest. For just 392 2, 160 | dangerous, so the sin of pride is shown to be ~more grievous 393 2, 160 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether pride is the first sin of all?~ 394 2, 160 | OBJ 1: It would seem that pride is not the first sin of 395 2, 160 | in all that follows. Now pride does not accompany all ~ 396 2, 160 | which are not done with pride." ~Therefore pride is not 397 2, 160 | with pride." ~Therefore pride is not the first sin of 398 2, 160 | the "beginning of . . ~. pride is to fall off from God." 399 2, 160 | away from God ~precedes pride.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[162] A[ 400 2, 160 | all ~virtues. Therefore pride is not the first sin of 401 2, 160 | the greatest of sins. But pride is the greatest of sins ~ 402 2, 160 | foregoing Article. Therefore pride is not the first sin.~Aquin.: 403 2, 160 | says (Ethic. iii, 7) that "pride apes fortitude and daring." ~ 404 2, 160 | daring precedes the vice of pride.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[162] A[ 405 2, 160 | written (Ecclus. 10:15): "Pride is the beginning ~of all 406 2, 160 | complement of sin, belongs to pride essentially, and ~to other 407 2, 160 | consequently. Hence it is that pride fulfils the ~conditions 408 2, 160 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Pride is said to be "the beginning 409 2, 160 | every sin originated from pride, but because any kind of 410 2, 160 | naturally liable to arise from pride.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[162] A[ 411 2, 160 | said to be the beginning of pride, ~not as though it were 412 2, 160 | were a distinct sin from pride, but as being the first ~ 413 2, 160 | being the first ~part of pride. For it has been said above ( 414 2, 160 | been said above (A[5]) that pride regards ~chiefly subjection 415 2, 160 | 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Pride is said to be the most grievous 416 2, 160 | gravity is essential to pride. Hence pride is the ~cause 417 2, 160 | essential to pride. Hence pride is the ~cause of gravity 418 2, 160 | Accordingly previous to pride there may ~be certain less 419 2, 160 | grievous sins the first is pride, as the cause ~whereby other 420 2, 160 | Namely ~from the sin of pride, which is the last in those 421 2, 160 | The Philosopher associates pride with feigned fortitude, ~ 422 2, 160 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether pride should be reckoned a capital 423 2, 160 | OBJ 1: It would seem that pride should be reckoned a capital 424 2, 160 | 1: ~Collat. v, 2] number pride among the capital vices.~ 425 2, 160 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, pride is apparently the same as 426 2, 160 | capital vice. Therefore ~pride also should be reckoned 427 2, 160 | De Virginit. xxxi) that "pride begets ~envy, nor is it 428 2, 160 | Much more therefore is pride ~a capital vice.~Aquin.: 429 2, 160 | xxxi, 45) does not include pride among ~the capital vices.~ 430 2, 160 | stated above (AA[2],5, ad 1) pride may be considered ~in two 431 2, 160 | Wherefore ~some, considering pride in the light of a special 432 2, 160 | says (Moral. xxxi, ~45): "Pride, the queen of vices, when 433 2, 160 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Pride is not the same as vainglory, 434 2, 160 | the cause ~thereof: for pride covets excellence inordinately: 435 2, 160 | capital vice, arises from ~pride, does not prove that pride 436 2, 160 | pride, does not prove that pride is a capital vice, but that 437 2, 161 | first man's sin which was pride: and (1) his ~sin; (2) its 438 2, 161 | of inquiry:~(1) Whether pride was the first man's first 439 2, 161 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether pride was the first man's first 440 2, 161 | OBJ 1: It would seem that pride was not the first man's 441 2, 161 | Therefore ~disobedience, and not pride, was the first man's first 442 2, 161 | man's ~first sin was not pride but gluttony.~Aquin.: SMT 443 2, 161 | Therefore curiosity, and not pride, was the first sin.~Aquin.: 444 2, 161 | sin ~was unbelief and not pride.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[163] A[ 445 2, 161 | written (Ecclus. 10:15): "Pride is the beginning ~of all 446 2, 161 | Therefore man's ~first sin was pride.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[163] A[ 447 2, 161 | measure: and this pertains to ~pride. Therefore it is evident 448 2, 161 | that man's first sin was pride.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[163] A[ 449 2, 161 | disobedience was the result ~of his pride. This agrees with the statement 450 2, 161 | that "man puffed up with pride obeyed the ~serpent's prompting, 451 2, 161 | that the woman fell into pride. ~Hence the sin of gluttony 452 2, 161 | resulted from the sin of pride.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[163] A[ 453 2, 161 | This does ~not mean that pride preceded the promptings 454 2, 161 | Whether the first man's pride consisted in his coveting 455 2, 161 | seem that the first man's pride did not consist in his ~ 456 2, 161 | species of the sin. For though pride, of its genus, ~has a certain 457 2, 161 | over other sins, yet the pride whereby one ~denies or blasphemes 458 2, 161 | God is greater than the pride whereby one covets ~God' 459 2, 161 | inordinately, such as the pride of our first parents, as ~ 460 2, 161 | equal, for each sinned by pride. Hence Augustine says (Gen. 461 2, 161 | of sex, though parity ~of pride."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[163] 462 2, 161 | as regards the species of pride, the woman sinned more grievously, ~ 463 2, 161 | the ~forbidden fruit, her pride rose to the height of desiring 464 2, 161 | against God's will: but his pride consisted in wishing to 465 2, 161 | first of all puffed ~up with pride. Wherefore her ignorance 466 2, 161 | puffed up with still ~greater pride.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[163] A[ 467 2, 162 | his sins, or lest he take pride in his virtues, and that ~ 468 2, 163 | Here the breast signifies pride, because it is there that ~ 469 2, 165 | either ~because one takes pride in knowing the truth, according 470 2, 165 | truth that they may take pride in ~their knowledge. Hence 471 2, 165 | call the world. So great a pride is ~thus begotten, that 472 2, 165 | concupiscence ~of the flesh and pride of life, which are members 473 2, 167 | done through ostentation or pride, in order to set oneself 474 2, 168 | the whole Divine law. Now "pride is the beginning of all ~ 475 2, 168 | have been one forbidding pride.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[170] A[ 476 2, 168 | may also be the result of pride, which ~leads many to transgress 477 2, 168 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Pride is the beginning of sin, 478 2, 182 | such a disastrous degree of pride, ~and deem the clergy deserving 479 2, 183 | fellow-servants," which is a sign of pride, "and shall eat ~and drink 480 2, 185 | poor may be exalted to ~pride; since it is altogether 481 2, 185 | efficacious remedy against pride which they desire to quench 482 2, 185 | in cold, so proneness to pride is most efficaciously healed 483 2, 185 | able to heal the disease of pride ~and human glory." Hence 484 2, 186 | love of riches and taking pride or ~glorying in riches, 485 2, 186 | Monach.): "In solitude pride quickly takes man ~unawares, 486 3, 1 | Fourthly, because "man's pride, which is the greatest ~ 487 3, 1 | sin, which had come of ~pride; hence man was to be liberated 488 3, 1 | should despise it through ~pride, if they did not already 489 3, 8 | over all the children of pride." Now it belongs to a governor 490 3, 8 | over all the children of pride will be in him." Now ~he 491 3, 30 | the woman by the spirit of pride."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[30] A[ 492 3, 31 | to show the emptiness of pride of birth: for many of ~Juda' 493 3, 35 | boasting of men who ~take pride in being born in great cities, 494 3, 41 | purposed to tempt Him to pride or vainglory. Therefore 495 3, 41 | this would be ~contrary to pride or vainglory, which always 496 3, 41 | man is still tempted to ~pride or vainglory: since pride " 497 3, 41 | pride or vainglory: since pride "worms itself in stealthily, 498 3, 41 | to ~the extreme height of pride, saying: "You shall be as 499 3, 46 | means of overthrowing the pride of ~the devil, "who is a 500 Suppl, 1 | stated in Ecclus. 10:15, "pride is the beginning of ~all


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