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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 60 | love is either ordinate or inordinate. Now ~ordinate love belongs 2 1, 60 | belongs to charity; while inordinate love belongs to ~wickedness. 3 1, 63 | choosing this delight of an inordinate act as ~something good to 4 1, 63 | sensitive nature to some inordinate ~passion, as some people 5 1, 63 | was either ~ordinate or inordinate. It ordinate, then, since 6 1, 63 | then, that they sinned by inordinate action in their first ~instant.~ 7 1, 63 | the first instant by an inordinate act of free-will. For ~although 8 1, 61 | love is either ordinate or inordinate. Now ~ordinate love belongs 9 1, 61 | belongs to charity; while inordinate love belongs to ~wickedness. 10 1, 64 | choosing this delight of an inordinate act as ~something good to 11 1, 64 | sensitive nature to some inordinate ~passion, as some people 12 1, 64 | was either ~ordinate or inordinate. It ordinate, then, since 13 1, 64 | then, that they sinned by inordinate action in their first ~instant.~ 14 1, 64 | the first instant by an inordinate act of free-will. For ~although 15 1, 95 | ashamed, there being no inordinate motions of concupiscence - 16 1, 97 | but because it excludes ~inordinate desire. In that state fecundity 17 1, 108 | wisdom, which leaves nothing ~inordinate, which "reacheth from end 18 1, 117 | concurs. But what there is of inordinate lust is evil; in ~this God 19 2, 5 | part of ~the intellect; to inordinate affection on the part of 20 2, 20 | will ~to be all the more inordinate.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[20] A[ 21 2, 21 | sinful by reason of its being inordinate and evil. ~Aquin.: SMT FS 22 2, 21 | of the ~agent: while an inordinate action is his evil. Therefore 23 2, 24 | understand none but the inordinate movements of the sensitive ~ 24 2, 29 | In fact, it is caused by ~inordinate self-love, in respect of 25 2, 48 | curb the appetite in its ~inordinate desire for vengeance, yet 26 2, 48 | members are hindered by the ~inordinate movement of the heart. Thence 27 2, 59 | the passions be taken for inordinate emotions, they ~cannot be 28 2, 59 | are to understand this of inordinate passion.~Aquin.: SMT FS 29 2, 59 | take the passions as being inordinate emotions, as ~the Stoics 30 2, 59 | OBJ 1: Virtue overcomes inordinate passion; it produces ordinate ~ 31 2, 59 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: It is inordinate, not ordinate, passion that 32 2, 60 | overlooked by reason of some inordinate passion of ~the soul. In 33 2, 61 | of passions as denoting ~inordinate emotions.~Aquin.: SMT FS 34 2, 66 | by gentleness; but also ~inordinate sorrow, which is the root 35 2, 68 | of dangers; and against inordinate lust for ~pleasures, by " 36 2, 69 | some men withdraw through inordinate love of their own ~good. 37 2, 71 | speaking, sin denotes an inordinate ~act; even as an act of 38 2, 71 | ill-disposed inwardly, through some inordinate affection, he is ~rendered 39 2, 71 | precisely because it is ~inordinate.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[71] A[ 40 2, 72 | good, for which man has an inordinate desire, and the possession 41 2, 72 | possession of which ~gives him inordinate pleasure. Now, as explained 42 2, 72 | 71], AA[1],6), sin is an inordinate ~act. Now there should be 43 2, 72 | he does this through an inordinate desire of ~hoarding money: 44 2, 73 | it renders the act ~more inordinate. Hence it does not follow, 45 2, 74 | the ~sensuality from being inordinate, since "the sensuality ever 46 2, 74 | 12,13). ~Therefore the inordinate movement of the sensuality 47 2, 74 | act can be voluntary and inordinate, wherein consists the nature 48 2, 74 | will to check individual inordinate ~movements, if he be presentient 49 2, 74 | thoughts to ~something else, an inordinate movement may arise about 50 2, 74 | says (Retract. i, 23): "The inordinate ~movement of concupiscence, 51 2, 74 | be found. Therefore the inordinate movement of the sensuality 52 2, 74 | when it either commands the inordinate ~movements of the lower 53 2, 74 | rising movement of passion is inordinate, ~continues, notwithstanding, 54 2, 74 | authority: wherefore the act is inordinate, and consequently the ~delectation 55 2, 74 | the ~delectation will be inordinate also. ~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 56 2, 74 | deliberation. Now every inordinate movement in ~things concerning 57 2, 74 | in ~deliberating about an inordinate pleasurable act, considers 58 2, 74 | intuition, ~it can have an inordinate movement about Divine things, 59 2, 75 | answer that, A sin is an inordinate act. Accordingly, so far 60 2, 75 | act; but, so far as ~it is inordinate, it has a cause, in the 61 2, 75 | which is voluntary, if it be inordinate, is already a sin. Therefore ~ 62 2, 75 | are, ~the less is a man's inordinate act imputed to him as a 63 2, 75 | Sin, in so far as it is inordinate, has the character of ~evil; 64 2, 75 | an act, but not as being inordinate, ~it can be the cause, both 65 2, 77 | account of a vehement and inordinate apprehension of ~the imagination 66 2, 77 | the soul are said to be inordinate, when they are not ~subject 67 2, 77 | man sins at times through inordinate love of self, so ~does he 68 2, 77 | does he sometimes through inordinate love of his neighbor. Therefore ~ 69 2, 77 | sinful act proceeds from inordinate ~desire for some temporal 70 2, 77 | Therefore it ~is evident that inordinate love of self is the cause 71 2, 77 | right and natural; but it is inordinate self-love, ~leading to contempt 72 2, 77 | sin ~arises either from inordinate desire for some good, or 73 2, 77 | desire for some good, or from inordinate ~avoidance of some evil. 74 2, 77 | induced to sin, through inordinate desire ~of good things, 75 2, 77 | so is he also, through inordinate avoidance of evil ~things, 76 2, 77 | As stated above (A[4]), inordinate self-love is the cause ~ 77 2, 77 | Now self-love includes inordinate desire of good: for a man ~ 78 2, 77 | Hence it is evident that inordinate ~desire of good is the cause 79 2, 77 | sexual matters: and the inordinate appetite of such things 80 2, 77 | A[5] Body Para. 2/3~The inordinate appetite of the arduous 81 2, 77 | life"; for pride is the inordinate appetite of excellence, 82 2, 78 | more. ~Accordingly when an inordinate will loves some temporal 83 2, 80 | like; which desire might be inordinate, unless it were ~subordinate 84 2, 82 | is a habit. For it is an ~inordinate disposition, arising from 85 2, 82 | as bodily sickness is an ~inordinate disposition of the body, 86 2, 82 | and ~besides this, the inordinate disposition of the parts 87 2, 82 | the sin of nature, is an inordinate disposition of nature, and ~ 88 2, 82 | Q[81], A[1]). Now this inordinate disposition of ~nature is 89 2, 82 | kind of habit, whereas the inordinate disposition of an act ~is 90 2, 82 | certain inclination to an inordinate act does follow from original 91 2, 82 | justice, which hindered inordinate movements: just as an ~inclination 92 2, 82 | just as an ~inclination to inordinate bodily movements results 93 2, 82 | original sin. Because in every inordinate ~disposition, unity of species 94 2, 82 | powers of ~the soul become inordinate. Accordingly the privation 95 2, 82 | Because ~original sin is inordinate concupiscence, as stated 96 2, 82 | Further, original sin is an inordinate disposition of the soul, ~ 97 2, 82 | just as sickness is an inordinate disposition of the body. 98 2, 82 | grant to a man to feel no inordinate lust in the ~act of generation, 99 2, 84 | ways. First, as denoting inordinate desire for riches: and thus ~ 100 2, 84 | sin. Secondly, as denoting inordinate desire for any ~temporal 101 2, 84 | because every ~sin includes an inordinate turning to a mutable good, 102 2, 84 | covetousness as denoting the inordinate desire for riches. ~Accordingly, 103 2, 84 | causes all sins. Now this is inordinate self-love, which, according 104 2, 84 | ways. First, as ~denoting inordinate desire to excel; and thus 105 2, 84 | speaking of pride as denoting ~inordinate desire to excel, as is clear 106 2, 87 | Confess. i) that "every inordinate ~affection is its own punishment." 107 2, 87 | thereof. And because sin is an inordinate act, ~it is evident that 108 2, 87 | by ~reason of its being inordinate. Wherefore just as evil 109 2, 87 | This punishment of the "inordinate affection" is due to sin ~ 110 2, 87 | Secondly, there ~is the inordinate turning to mutable good. 111 2, 89 | temporal thing through ~inordinate love. therefore, venial 112 2, 89 | the last end, or to some ~inordinate end, for the reason given 113 2, 100 | But some precepts forbid inordinate concupiscence, when it is 114 2, 100 | oaths are common to all, inordinate swearing ~is the matter 115 2, 102 | for fun, are said to be inordinate. ~Secondly, that which is 116 2, 102 | making of garments signified ~inordinate union of sexes, while the 117 2, 108 | restraining the mind from inordinate ~movements, must needs also 118 2, 108 | also restrain the hand from inordinate acts, which ~ensue from 119 2, 108 | forbade, not necessary, but inordinate solicitude. ~Now there is 120 2, 108 | unworthy. But he ~forbade inordinate judgment, as stated above.~ 121 2, 109 | regulated. And thus, even as inordinate movements of the sensitive ~ 122 2, 4 | Thus ~fortitude removes the inordinate fear that hinders faith; 123 2, 8 | heart being cleansed of inordinate affections: ~and this cleanness 124 2, 10 | also in respect of various ~inordinate relations to God, so too, 125 2, 10 | disputations, but such ~as are inordinate, and consist of contentious 126 2, 11 | Q[3], A[1]~). Wherefore inordinate words about matters of faith 127 2, 19 | despair there is nothing but inordinate ~aversion from God: whereas 128 2, 19 | other sins there is not only inordinate ~aversion from God, but 129 2, 19 | aversion from God, but also an inordinate conversion. Therefore the 130 2, 20 | Further, sin arises from the inordinate conversion to a mutable ~ 131 2, 20 | presumption consists in inordinate conversion to Him.~Aquin.: 132 2, 20 | far as it arises from an inordinate desire of one's ~own good, 133 2, 20 | movement, since it ~denotes an inordinate hope. Moreover it is conformed 134 2, 20 | fear than to ~hope. Because inordinate fear is opposed to right 135 2, 20 | presumption ~seems to pertain to inordinate fear, for it is written ( 136 2, 20 | hope, since it denotes an inordinate ~hope in God. And since 137 2, 20 | it is in this way that ~inordinate fear is called presumption.~ 138 2, 20 | can be either ordinate or inordinate. Hence ~presumption is more 139 2, 20 | specific difference, as an inordinate ~thing to an ordinate one, 140 2, 20 | other presumption is an inordinate trust in the Divine mercy 141 2, 23 | all sin arises from some ~inordinate cupidity. Therefore charity 142 2, 23 | through his committing an inordinate act as regards the ~things 143 2, 23 | one's neighbor; because an inordinate affection for things directed ~ 144 2, 23 | a mortal sin ~through an inordinate affection for some temporal 145 2, 23 | 1~Reply OBJ 4: Not every inordinate affection for things directed 146 2, 23 | Divine will; and then the inordinate ~affection is contrary to 147 2, 27 | which is a vice is caused by inordinate ~self-love, and this is 148 2, 30 | deficiency may be due to an inordinate act; and this may be the ~ 149 2, 30 | the sin proceeds from his inordinate will, and thus the ~remedy 150 2, 30 | respect of the result of the ~inordinate act, on account of which 151 2, 30 | which it rests when ~it is inordinate.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[32] A[ 152 2, 30 | counsel. Yet it would be inordinate to deprive oneself of one' 153 2, 32 | however, are contrary to an ~inordinate will, such as the infliction 154 2, 32 | namely, as he desires an inordinate pleasure, to which aversion 155 2, 32 | outward actions were to be inordinate, without any disorder in 156 2, 33 | unsteadiness of his mind, by the inordinate ~movements of members of 157 2, 36 | disclaimer of the truth ~and an inordinate manner, it is a mortal sin. 158 2, 36 | falsehood, together ~with an inordinate manner, it can be a venial 159 2, 36 | thus, he had no wish to be inordinate in mind or in ~speech.~Aquin.: 160 2, 38 | forbidden, but those which are inordinate and perilous, and end in ~ 161 2, 38 | For a man would have an ~inordinate will if he were unwilling 162 2, 39 | authority, but rather by an ~inordinate will. Therefore strife is 163 2, 39 | Isidore, which express the ~inordinate nature of strife. First, 164 2, 41 | does not intend, by his inordinate deed ~or word, to occasion 165 2, 41 | when a man intends, by his inordinate word or ~deed, to draw another 166 2, 41 | occasioned by another's inordinate word or deed: ~while sometimes 167 2, 41 | mortal ~sin through another's inordinate word or deed.~Aquin.: SMT 168 2, 41 | what he says or does is ~inordinate. Now it belongs to the perfect 169 2, 51 | precipitation seems to denote inordinate haste. Now sin ~happens 170 2, 51 | the kind pertaining to inordinate counsel.~Aquin.: SMT SS 171 2, 51 | precipitation. Since then inordinate ~counsel pertains to imprudence, 172 2, 53 | flesh, his love will be inordinate and unlawful, and it is 173 2, 53 | sometimes that ~a man has an inordinate affection for some pleasure 174 2, 53 | prudence. But it ~would be an inordinate foresight or solicitude 175 2, 53 | some use of reason, albeit ~inordinate. Hence these vices do not 176 2, 77 | sense, on ~account of the inordinate conversion to a mutable 177 2, 81 | which is superfluous and inordinate, as stated above (Q[55], 178 2, 91 | s mind to God, nor curb inordinate ~concupiscence, or again 179 2, 92 | First, on account ~of his inordinate affections, forasmuch as 180 2, 108 | to make use of anything inordinate in ~order to ward off injury 181 2, 111 | man's averseness, ~albeit inordinate, to be disagreeable to others 182 2, 115 | use of money through an inordinate affection for it. ~Now there 183 2, 116 | the good towards ~which an inordinate appetite tends. Hence where 184 2, 116 | This gloss speaks of the inordinate concupiscence for ~anything 185 2, 116 | which sense it denotes inordinate love of riches. Accordingly 186 2, 116 | on ~the other hand, the inordinate nature of his love stops 187 2, 120 | that in consequence all ~inordinate taking of the Divine name 188 2, 123 | on account of its being ~inordinate, because the good of a human 189 2, 123 | rather ~seek for, fear is inordinate and sinful. On the other 190 2, 123 | the ~appetite is neither inordinate nor sinful.~Aquin.: SMT 191 2, 123 | behave thus in an ordinate or inordinate ~manner.~Aquin.: SMT SS 192 2, 123 | proper to his virtue; while inordinate love is ~included in every 193 2, 123 | included in every sin, because inordinate love gives use to inordinate ~ 194 2, 123 | inordinate love gives use to inordinate ~desire. Hence in like manner 195 2, 123 | desire. Hence in like manner inordinate fear is included in every 196 2, 123 | and so timidity, which is inordinate fear ~of any evil, is employed 197 2, 123 | evil, is employed to denote inordinate fear of the danger of ~death.]~ 198 2, 123 | passages quoted refer to inordinate fear in its generic ~acceptation, 199 2, 123 | is a sin through being ~inordinate, that is to say, through 200 2, 123 | such like fear would be ~inordinate. Now the evils of the soul 201 2, 128 | Divine justice through ~inordinate confidence in the Divine 202 2, 129 | the desire of honor may be inordinate in three ways. First, when 203 2, 129 | Since then ambition denotes inordinate desire of honor, it is evident ~ 204 2, 129 | 1]), ambition signifies inordinate ~love of honor. Now magnanimity 205 2, 129 | opposed to ~magnanimity as the inordinate to that which is well ordered.~ 206 2, 129 | estate: and accordingly ~inordinate desire for positions of 207 2, 129 | if a ~man were to have an inordinate desire for a position of 208 2, 130 | in moderation. Wherefore ~inordinate desire of glory is directly 209 2, 130 | effect. Now ambition which is inordinate desire of honor is not a ~ 210 2, 130 | 152], AA[1],2), ~denotes inordinate desire of excellence. But 211 2, 130 | many vices arise from the inordinate desire thereof, it follows 212 2, 131 | pusillanimity seems to proceed from inordinate fear: ~hence it is written ( 213 2, 131 | also seems to proceed from inordinate anger, according ~to Col. 214 2, 131 | they be discouraged." Now inordinate fear is opposed to fortitude, 215 2, 131 | opposed to fortitude, and ~inordinate anger to meekness. Therefore 216 2, 133 | reckonings, because he ~has an inordinate fear of spending his goods, 217 2, 133 | reason in pursuance of his ~inordinate affections.~Aquin.: SMT 218 2, 136 | is the pleasure, and thus inordinate fondness of play is opposed 219 2, 142 | namely shamelessness and inordinate prudery. ~Therefore shamefacedness 220 2, 145 | mind allowed to drift to inordinate ~movements be wrecked by 221 2, 146 | eating and drinking, ~but an inordinate desire. Now desire is said 222 2, 146 | Now desire is said to be inordinate through ~leaving the order 223 2, 146 | A[6], ad 1]. It is the ~inordinate desire of food that defiles 224 2, 146 | gluttony properly ~consists in inordinate concupiscence. Now the order 225 2, 146 | end. Accordingly, if the inordinate concupiscence in ~gluttony 226 2, 146 | the other ~hand, if the inordinate concupiscence in the vice 227 2, 146 | to gluttony as denoting ~inordinate concupiscence merely in 228 2, 146 | A[1]), gluttony denotes inordinate ~concupiscence in eating. 229 2, 146 | thereof. Accordingly, the ~inordinate concupiscence may be considered 230 2, 146 | Para. 2/3~Secondly, the inordinate concupiscence is considered 231 2, 146 | because all the other ~inordinate passions are directed to 232 2, 146 | mind." Thirdly, as regards ~inordinate words, and thus we have " 233 2, 146 | Fourthly, as regards ~inordinate action, and in this way 234 2, 146 | may ~refer either to the inordinate emission of any kind of 235 2, 148 | drunkenness may result from ~inordinate concupiscence and use of 236 2, 150 | keeping oneself free from inordinate ~venereal pleasure. Wherefore 237 2, 151 | there results a twofold inordinate act. One is ~the desire 238 2, 151 | mentioned by Isidore are inordinate external acts, ~pertaining 239 2, 152 | of the human race." But inordinate use of food is not always 240 2, 152 | Therefore neither is all inordinate sexual intercourse; and 241 2, 152 | begetting of a man, ~wherefore inordinate copulation, which hinders 242 2, 152 | concupiscence ~would seem to be more inordinate, seeing that it refrains 243 2, 154 | movement of desire is more inordinate than the movement of ~anger. 244 2, 156 | entirely sinless if it be ~inordinate. The statement of the Philosopher 245 2, 156 | movement of anger may be inordinate and sinful in two ~ways, 246 2, 156 | movement of anger may be inordinate in the mode of being angry, 247 2, 156 | This argument considers the inordinate movement of anger, ~that 248 2, 156 | mind into all kinds of ~inordinate action. Therefore it is 249 2, 160 | pride is the "desire for ~inordinate exaltation": and hence it 250 2, 160 | withdraw the ~mind from the inordinate desire of great things against 251 2, 160 | special object: for it is inordinate desire of one's own excellence, 252 2, 160 | various matters: for it is inordinate love of one's ~excellence, 253 2, 160 | this is the outcome of an inordinate desire for his own ~excellence, 254 2, 160 | whatsoever things lead a man to inordinate ~self-esteem lead him to 255 2, 160 | not to unbelief, through inordinate desire of one's ~own excellence, 256 2, 161 | appetite to be directed ~to an inordinate end. Now man was so appointed 257 2, 161 | first parents from ~their inordinate desire for excellence. Hence 258 2, 165 | learning of truth being itself inordinate; and this in four ways. ~ 259 2, 166 | that if they be in any way inordinate, this may be ~corrected. 260 2, 166 | Chrysostom refers to the inordinate use of ~fun, especially 261 2, 166 | for ever." Now there is inordinate laughter and inordinate ~ 262 2, 166 | inordinate laughter and inordinate ~joy in excessive play. 263 2, 166 | such as are excessive and inordinate; wherefore it would seem 264 2, 167 | things may arise from the inordinate attachment of the user, 265 2, 167 | In point of excess, this inordinate attachment occurs in three 266 2, 167 | deficiency there may be inordinate attachment in two ~ways. 267 2, 167 | 7) that "both excess and inordinate defect are a subject of 268 2, 168 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Inordinate outward movement is not 269 2, 170 | strong passions, and the inordinate pursuit of external things. 270 2, 183 | just as it is a mark of an ~inordinate will that a man of his own 271 2, 183 | so too it indicates an inordinate will if a man ~definitively 272 2, 183 | sin in this disposal by inordinate affection, which leads them 273 2, 183 | future is a ~superfluous and inordinate saving, and is forbidden 274 3, 3 | wandered from God through an inordinate thirst for knowledge.~Aquin.: 275 3, 14 | fault of the man, e.g. from ~inordinate eating; sometimes by a defect 276 3, 15 | when it proceeds from an inordinate ~affection. Hence Augustine 277 3, 27 | is ~nothing but a certain inordinate, but habitual, concupiscence 278 3, 27 | concupiscence is said to be inordinate, in so far as it rebels ~ 279 3, 27 | offspring. Now lust implies ~inordinate concupiscence, not entirely 280 3, 27 | singular manner, from any inordinate movement. ~Afterwards, however, 281 3, 27 | surprised by some sudden ~inordinate act, antecedent to the act 282 3, 27 | providence not ~permitting any inordinate motion to result from the 283 3, 27 | corrected in her, not the ~inordinate motion of vain glory in 284 3, 41 | but if a man do anything inordinate out of the desire ~for such 285 3, 41 | of gluttony. Now it is ~inordinate for a man who has human 286 3, 41 | riches and honors in an ~inordinate fashion. And the principal 287 3, 66 | Ghost, Who does nothing ~inordinate.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[66] A[ 288 3, 86 | the immutable Good, and an inordinate ~turning to mutable good. 289 3, 86 | element remains, viz. the inordinate turning to a created good, 290 3, 86 | which is on the ~part of the inordinate turning to a mutable good 291 3, 87 | sin, in another, by the inordinate inclination of the affections 292 3, 87 | from grace, removing the inordinate attachment to the temporal 293 Suppl, 3 | another, since the more inordinate the act is, ~the more it 294 Suppl, 5 | committed through the ~heart's inordinate love. Therefore it is destroyed 295 Suppl, 41| has the ~appearance of an inordinate act, it is wholly excused 296 Suppl, 41| of the appetite to some inordinate object of pleasure. This 297 Suppl, 55| also something which is inordinate whereby it differs ~from 298 Suppl, 67| though divorce remained inordinate, for which reason it is 299 Suppl, 71| providence, which leaves nothing inordinate in the world. For ~guilt 300 Suppl, 81| there will never be an ~inordinate will: so that they never 301 Suppl, 93| more than one's body; and inordinate love does ~not help one 302 Suppl, 94| corresponding punishment, since "inordinate ~love is its own punishment," 303 Suppl, 95| are not deprived of their inordinate ~affections. Now some of 304 Suppl, 95| love the cause of their inordinate loving.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 305 Suppl, 95| 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, an inordinate act that proceeds from a 306 Appen1, 1| and thus would be actually inordinate, which is not to be ~granted.


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