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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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humility

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1 2, 61 | principal virtue. But such is humility: for Gregory says ~(Hom. 2 2, 61 | the other virtues without humility ~is as one who carries straw 3 2, 61 | against the wind." Therefore humility seems ~above all to be a 4 2, 63 | i.e. chastity, justice, humility, which man ~possesses naturally."~ 5 2, 68 | conformed to Him, chiefly in humility and meekness, according 6 2, 69 | honors, which results from humility. ~Secondly, the sensual 7 2, 72 | to fear inducing false ~humility, or to love enkindling us 8 2, 72 | fear ~engendering false humility man may proceed to theft, 9 2, 77 | or to fear inducing false humility." Therefore ~self-love is 10 2, 102 | with greater ~reverence and humility. Moreover, in some of these 11 2, 102 | hyssop," in token of ~humility or faith; "scarlet twice 12 2, 113 | loved much"; and again by humility, ~according to James 4:6: " 13 2, 113 | filial fear and an ~act of humility also concur. For it may 14 2, 4 | fear that hinders faith; humility ~removes pride, whereby 15 2, 18 | is born of pride, not of ~humility." Therefore servile fear 16 2, 18 | pride." But the virtue of humility is opposed to pride. ~Therefore 17 2, 18 | the same as the virtue of ~humility, but that it is its origin. 18 2, 31 | reprove a wrongdoer with humility, he does ~not sin, nor does 19 2, 33 | which seems to point to humility. Therefore sloth is not 20 2, 33 | Reply OBJ 3: It is a sign of humility if a man does not think 21 2, 33 | far from being a proof of ~humility, shows him to be ungrateful: 22 2, 36 | when a man is proud of his ~humility: for when a thing arises 23 2, 58 | can reprove or judge with humility ~and fear. Hence Augustine 24 2, 81 | goodness of prayer, viz. humility and faith. For the ~offering 25 2, 81 | obtain from Him what we seek. Humility is necessary ~on the part 26 2, 82 | either through ~excessive humility, or through pernicious flattery; 27 2, 82 | words we exhibit signs of humility in our ~bodies in order 28 2, 82 | certain bodily signs of humility; thus when we genuflect 29 2, 101 | according to Phil. 2:3, "In ~humility, let each esteem others 30 2, 110 | opposed to the virtue of humility. ~Therefore boasting is 31 2, 110 | opposed, not to truth, but to humility.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[112] A[ 32 2, 111 | thou ~liest on account of humility, if thou wert not a sinner 33 2, 111 | that "it is a ~reckless humility that entangles itself with 34 2, 111 | who, through deceitful ~humility, "speaks low" wickedly.~ 35 2, 121 | perfection that is called humility.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[123] A[ 36 2, 124 | charity, pride is contrary to humility, and folly to prudence ~ 37 2, 125 | pride which is opposed to humility. Therefore daring is opposed 38 2, 125 | Therefore daring is opposed to ~humility rather than to fortitude.~ 39 2, 127 | magnanimity ~is opposed to humility, since "the magnanimous 40 2, 127 | fortune. On the other hand, ~humility makes a man think little 41 2, 127 | wrong for their sake. Yet humility makes us honor others ~and 42 2, 127 | the reverential bearing of humility. It is therefore evident 43 2, 127 | evident that ~magnanimity and humility are not contrary to one 44 2, 139 | above (FS, Q[25], A[4]). But humility ~controls the presumption 45 2, 139 | Therefore, seemingly, ~humility is a principal virtue rather 46 2, 141 | are gravity, continence, humility, simplicity, ~refinement, 47 2, 141 | moderated or restrained by "humility." ~The third movement is 48 2, 141 | reckoned as pertaining to humility.~ 49 2, 144 | that abstinence excludes ~humility. Therefore abstinence is 50 2, 145 | scorns ~pride, commends humility, helps man to perceive what 51 2, 151 | depravity of lust, so does humility of mind safeguard ~the chastity 52 2, 158 | and this is moderated by "humility." The ~second is the desire 53 2, 158 | meekness, ~simplicity, humility," and other kindred virtues, 54 2, 159 | 161] Out. Para. 1/2 - OF HUMILITY (SIX ARTICLES)~We must consider 55 2, 159 | species of modesty: (1) Humility, and pride ~which is opposed 56 2, 159 | Out. Para. 2/2 ~Concerning humility there are six points of 57 2, 159 | of inquiry:~(1) Whether humility is a virtue? ~(2) Whether 58 2, 159 | of reason?~(3) Whether by humility one ought to subject oneself 59 2, 159 | virtues;~(6) Of the degrees of humility.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[161] A[ 60 2, 159 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether humility is a virtue?~Aquin.: SMT 61 2, 159 | OBJ 1: It would seem that humility is not a virtue. For virtue 62 2, 159 | feet in fetters." Therefore humility is not a virtue.~Aquin.: 63 2, 159 | are mutually opposed. Now humility ~seemingly denotes a vice, 64 2, 159 | himself wickedly." Therefore humility is not a virtue.~Aquin.: 65 2, 159 | opposed to another virtue. But humility is ~apparently opposed to 66 2, 159 | at great ~things, whereas humility shuns them. Therefore it 67 2, 159 | Therefore it would seem that ~humility is not a virtue.~Aquin.: 68 2, 159 | Phys. vii, text. 17). But humility seemingly belongs to the 69 2, 159 | Therefore it seems that humility is not a virtue.~Aquin.: 70 2, 159 | according to Ethic. ii, 3. But humility is not reckoned by the ~ 71 2, 159 | He hath regarded the ~humility of His handmaid," says ( 72 2, 159 | One of the virtues, ~humility, is particularly commended 73 2, 159 | belongs to the virtue of humility: and another to ~strengthen 74 2, 159 | Therefore it is evident that humility is a virtue.~Aquin.: SMT 75 2, 159 | down ~by another, and thus humility is a punishment. Secondly, 76 2, 159 | and ashes." In this way humility is a ~virtue. Sometimes, 77 2, 159 | OBJ 2: As stated (ad 1), humility, in so far as it is a virtue, ~ 78 2, 159 | wherefore this is "false humility," of which Augustine says 79 2, 159 | way, properly speaking, humility is ~reckoned a virtue, because 80 2, 159 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Humility restrains the appetite from 81 2, 159 | magnanimity is not ~opposed to humility: indeed they concur in this, 82 2, 159 | alone is perfect. To Him humility ~is fitting, not as regards 83 2, 159 | being at all." In this way ~humility may be competent to every 84 2, 159 | matter of ~legal justice. But humility, considered as a special 85 2, 159 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether humility has to do with the appetite?~ 86 2, 159 | OBJ 1: It would seem that humility concerns, not the appetite 87 2, 159 | judgment of reason. Because humility is opposed to pride. Now 88 2, 159 | Therefore it would seem that humility is chiefly concerned ~with 89 2, 159 | of Christian teaching is humility." Consequently nothing contained ~ 90 2, 159 | teaching is incompatible with humility. Now Christian ~teaching 91 2, 159 | Therefore it belongs to ~humility to restrain not the desire 92 2, 159 | great things. Therefore if humility were to curb ~the desire 93 2, 159 | things, it would follow that humility is not a ~distinct virtue 94 2, 159 | evidently false. Therefore ~humility is concerned, not with the 95 2, 159 | De Affectibus] assigns humility to outward ~show; for he 96 2, 159 | show; for he says that humility is "the habit of avoiding 97 2, 159 | the ~appetite. Therefore humility has to do with the appetite 98 2, 159 | it belongs properly to humility, ~that a man restrain himself 99 2, 159 | own deficiency belongs ~to humility, as a rule guiding the appetite. 100 2, 159 | the appetite. Nevertheless humility is ~essentially in the appetite 101 2, 159 | consequently it must be said that ~humility, properly speaking, moderates 102 2, 159 | not follow from this that humility is essentially ~concerned 103 2, 159 | OBJ 2: It is contrary to humility to aim at greater things 104 2, 159 | help, is not contrary to humility; especially since ~the more 105 2, 159 | hope which pertains to ~humility is not the same as the reason 106 2, 159 | has placed him. Wherefore humility ~would seem to denote in 107 2, 159 | in Monte i, 4) ascribes humility, ~which he understands by 108 2, 159 | daring differs from that of humility to hope. Because fortitude 109 2, 159 | daring is. On the other hand, humility suppresses ~hope or confidence 110 2, 159 | self-confidence is more opposed to humility than lack of confidence 111 2, 159 | which is suppressed by humility. Accordingly ~humility has 112 2, 159 | by humility. Accordingly ~humility has to do, in a secondary 113 2, 159 | 1~Whether one ought, by humility, to subject oneself to all 114 2, 159 | seem that one ought not, by humility, to subject ~oneself to 115 2, 159 | stated above (A[2], ad 3), humility consists ~chiefly in man' 116 2, 159 | worship. Therefore, by humility, one ought not to subject 117 2, 159 | Nat. et Gratia xxxiv): "Humility ~should take the part of 118 2, 159 | Therefore one ought not, by humility, to subject oneself to ~ 119 2, 159 | subject himself to another ~by humility, this is detrimental to 120 2, 159 | Lest through excessive humility ~the superior lose his authority." 121 2, 159 | Therefore a man ought not, by humility, ~to subject himself to 122 2, 159 | written (Phil. 2:3): "In humility, let each ~esteem others 123 2, 159 | help is ~only in Me." Now humility, as stated above (A[1], 124 2, 159 | latter has of God's: but ~humility does not require a man to 125 2, 159 | Wherefore without ~prejudice to humility they may set the gifts they 126 2, 159 | apostles." In like manner. ~humility does not require a man to 127 2, 159 | says without prejudice to humility (Gal. 2:15): "We by nature 128 2, 159 | subject ~himself to him with humility.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[161] A[ 129 2, 159 | should subject ourselves with humility to all ~our neighbors for 130 2, 159 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Humility, like other virtues, resides 131 2, 159 | in ~the outward acts of humility even as of other virtues, 132 2, 159 | to the man ~who acts with humility; since he does not give 133 2, 159 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether humility is a part of modesty or 134 2, 159 | OBJ 1: It would seem that humility is not a part of modesty 135 2, 159 | modesty or ~temperance. For humility regards chiefly the reverence 136 2, 159 | for its object. Therefore humility should be reckoned ~a theological 137 2, 159 | the concupiscible, whereas humility ~would seem to be in the 138 2, 159 | difficult. Therefore apparently humility is ~not a part of temperance 139 2, 159 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, humility and magnanimity are about 140 2, 159 | Therefore it ~would seem that humility is not a part of temperance 141 2, 159 | philosophers, know ~that humility which God regards is the 142 2, 159 | or temperance. Therefore humility is a part of modesty or ~ 143 2, 159 | movement of anger, so does humility suppress the movement of 144 2, 159 | Wherefore, like ~meekness, humility is accounted a part of temperance. 145 2, 159 | temperance, the one under which humility is ~comprised is modesty 146 2, 159 | Rhet. ii, 54), ~inasmuch as humility is nothing else than a moderation 147 2, 159 | virtues. Hence the fact that humility is caused by ~reverence 148 2, 159 | Consequently, although humility ~is in the irascible as 149 2, 159 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Although humility and magnanimity agree as 150 2, 159 | part of ~fortitude, and humility a part of temperance.~Aquin.: 151 2, 159 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether humility is the greatest of the virtues?~ 152 2, 159 | OBJ 1: It would seem that humility is the greatest of the virtues. 153 2, 159 | Humil. Animi.] that "if humility is such a ~fleet runner 154 2, 159 | Hence it is clear that humility is set above justice. Now 155 2, 159 | Ethic. v, 1). Therefore humility is the ~greatest of the 156 2, 159 | all to the foundation of humility." Now this would seem to ~ 157 2, 159 | would seem to ~imply that humility is the foundation of all 158 2, 159 | greatest reward is due to humility, since "he that humbleth 159 2, 159 | Lk. 14:11). Therefore humility is the greatest of virtues.~ 160 2, 159 | especially proposed His humility for our ~example, saying ( 161 2, 159 | of our redemption is the humility of God." ~Therefore humility 162 2, 159 | humility of God." ~Therefore humility would seem to be the greatest 163 2, 159 | have charity." Therefore humility is not ~the greatest of 164 2, 159 | especially of legal justice. Now humility makes a man a good ~subject 165 2, 159 | especially legal justice, humility ~stands before all others.~ 166 2, 159 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Humility is not set before justice, 167 2, 159 | sin is pardoned through humility: for it is said of the ~ 168 2, 159 | through the merit of his humility "he went down ~into his 169 2, 159 | justice, in the other sin with humility: and you will see that sin ~ 170 2, 159 | strength, but by that of humility: ~while you will see the 171 2, 159 | removing ~obstacles: and thus humility holds the first place, inasmuch 172 2, 159 | humble." In this sense ~humility is said to be the foundation 173 2, 159 | more excellent way than humility.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[161] A[ 174 2, 159 | uplifting is promised to ~humility, not that humility alone 175 2, 159 | promised to ~humility, not that humility alone merits it, but because 176 2, 159 | Christ chiefly proposed humility to us, was ~because it especially 177 2, 159 | by ~giving an example of humility, that outward exaltation 178 2, 159 | is to be despised. ~Thus humility is, as it were, a disposition 179 2, 159 | directly, are greater than humility.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[161] A[ 180 2, 159 | Whether twelve degrees of humility are fittingly distinguished 181 2, 159 | that the twelve degrees of humility that are set ~down in the 182 2, 159 | placed among the degrees of humility.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[161] A[ 183 2, 159 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, humility proceeds from within to 184 2, 159 | gives seven degrees of ~humility, the first of which is " 185 2, 159 | Mt. 3:15 says: "Perfect humility has three ~degrees. The 186 2, 159 | this is called abundant humility. The third degree is to 187 2, 159 | xxxi): "The measure of ~humility is apportioned to each one 188 2, 159 | the aforesaid degrees to humility.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[161] A[ 189 2, 159 | As stated above (A[2]) humility has essentially to do ~with 190 2, 159 | the inward disposition of humility leads to ~certain outward 191 2, 159 | the aforesaid degrees of humility ~include something regarding 192 2, 159 | something regarding the root of humility, namely the twelfth ~degree, " 193 2, 159 | unbecoming in ~ascribing to humility those things that pertain 194 2, 159 | Reply OBJ 2: Man arrives at humility in two ways. First and chiefly 195 2, 159 | order that the degrees of humility are here ~enumerated. ~Aquin.: 196 2, 159 | itself, namely the ~nature of humility, but to the degrees among 197 2, 159 | considers the degrees of humility not ~according to the nature 198 2, 160 | opposed to the virtue of humility, which, ~in a way, is concerned 199 2, 160 | despair, so it belongs to humility to withdraw the ~mind from 200 2, 160 | a man, it is ~opposed to humility by default; since each proceeds 201 2, 160 | both to magnanimity and humility, from different points of 202 2, 160 | different points of view: to ~humility, inasmuch as it scorns subjection, 203 2, 160 | more directly opposed to humility, even as ~pusillanimity, 204 2, 160 | every ~virtue, but only humility; even as every special sin 205 2, 160 | themselves beneath them with ~humility, but so as to set themselves 206 2, 160 | written (Prov. ~11:2): "Where humility is there also is wisdom."~ 207 2, 160 | above (Q[161], AA[2], 6), humility observes the ~rule of right 208 2, 160 | distinct from unbelief, just as humility is a distinct virtue from 209 2, 160 | to the twelve degrees of humility, of which we have spoken ~ 210 2, 160 | For the first degree of humility is to "be humble ~in heart, 211 2, 160 | inordinately. The second degree of ~humility is "to speak few and sensible 212 2, 160 | speech. The third degree of humility is "not to be easily moved 213 2, 160 | The fourth ~degree of humility is "to maintain silence 214 2, 160 | boasting". The fifth degree of humility is "to do nothing but ~to 215 2, 160 | others. The sixth degree of humility is "to believe and acknowledge ~ 216 2, 160 | others. The seventh degree of humility is "to think ~oneself worthless 217 2, 160 | him. The eighth degree of humility is "to confess one's sins," 218 2, 160 | deceitfully. The tenth degree of ~humility is "obedience," to which 219 2, 160 | The ~eleventh degree of humility is "not to delight in fulfilling 220 2, 160 | will. The last degree of humility is "fear of God": to ~this 221 2, 160 | stated above ~with regard to humility (Q[161], A[6]).~Aquin.: 222 2, 160 | reprobate, and contrariwise, humility of the elect." ~But men 223 2, 160 | that, Pride is opposed to humility. Now humility properly ~ 224 2, 160 | opposed to humility. Now humility properly ~regards the subjection 225 2, 160 | are ~even proud of their humility.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[162] A[ 226 2, 160 | asserts (Ethic. viii, 10). Now humility to which pride is ~opposed 227 2, 160 | of sins, as neither has humility to be ~the greatest of virtues. 228 2, 160 | order of virtues. Now, not humility but faith is the first of 229 2, 167 | outward attire; namely "humility," which excludes the ~seeking 230 2, 167 | wherefore he says that humility is "the habit of ~avoiding 231 2, 168 | most important. Now since ~humility subjects man to God, it 232 2, 168 | accounted one of ~the degrees of humility, as stated above (Q[161], 233 2, 168 | have ~contained precepts of humility and meekness.~Aquin.: SMT 234 2, 183 | because this is contrary to ~humility, whereby a man submits to 235 2, 183 | i, 6): "In God's sight humility is genuine when it does 236 2, 184 | of virtue, ~for instance humility, patience, and so forth, 237 2, 185 | with pious and salutary humility to be ~numbered among the 238 2, 185 | praise for begging out ~of humility, just as they abase themselves 239 2, 185 | service is an ~exercise of humility; for thus one is able to 240 2, 185 | begging. ~Since, however, humility like the other virtues should 241 2, 185 | sin, but it may pertain to humility, as stated above.~Aquin.: 242 2, 185 | will be a mark of greater humility. ~(tm)Aquin.: SMT SS Q[187] 243 2, 186 | other ~religious vows; and humility is most acceptable to God. 244 2, 186 | God. Now obedience and ~humility are better observed in company 245 2, 187 | one ought, on account of humility, to seek permission: yet 246 3, 1 | convinced and cured by ~humility so great," as Augustine 247 3, 1 | done penance with great humility if these signs of Divine 248 3, 5 | commend the love of God's humility ~to us, the Evangelist mentioned 249 3, 23 | read ~'humilitas' - 'the humility or lowliness of the flesh'] 250 3, 37 | should be like her Son in ~humility: for "God giveth grace to 251 3, 37 | order to give an example of humility and obedience; and in order 252 3, 39 | chiefly ~through faith and humility: to both of which He conduced 253 3, 39 | reached the perfect age: to humility, lest anyone ~should presume 254 3, 39 | we ~need to "go down" by humility, according to James 4:6: " 255 3, 40 | imitate His example of ~humility, according to Mt. 11:29: " 256 3, 40 | and ~humble of heart." But humility is most commendable in the 257 3, 40 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Humility is not much to be praised 258 3, 40 | is a sign of very great humility.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[40] A[ 259 3, 41 | to overcome ~the devil by humility, not by might." Therefore 260 3, 46 | an example of obedience, ~humility, constancy, justice, and 261 3, 46 | specially in keeping with His humility: that, as ~He chose the 262 3, 46 | likewise it was part of ~His humility that He did not refuse to 263 3, 55 | Resurrection is the reward of the humility of ~the Passion." Therefore, 264 3, 80 | arises from love, while the humility of reverence ~springs from 265 3, 80 | his good." Consequently, humility is ~not praiseworthy if 266 3, 83 | and humbly, denotes the humility and obedience of Christ, 267 3, 89 | salvation, exacted more from his humility, ~having, in my opinion, 268 Suppl, 1 | is a tearful ~sorrow and humility of mind, arising from remembrance 269 Suppl, 1 | when it is said that it is "humility of the mind," because just 270 Suppl, 1 | follows: "Contrition is humility of the soul, crushing sin 271 Suppl, 1 | saying that ~contrition is "humility of the soul"; the effect, 272 Suppl, 6 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, by humility a man deems himself worse 273 Suppl, 21| himself, in order that by humility ~he may learn to know himself 274 Suppl, 21| humbly, the merit ~of his humility will compensate him for 275 Suppl, 39| which is an occasion for humility should not be an ~impediment 276 Suppl, 39| may take an occasion for humility from many other ~things 277 Suppl, 59| very special profession of humility. ~But the obligation to 278 Suppl, 86| corresponds by way of merit to humility. Now of all the things ~ 279 Suppl, 86| contemptible in this world humility is the chief: and for ~this 280 Suppl, 86| Is. 53:7): and by His ~humility He merited His exaltation 281 Suppl, 86| man, in ~reward for the humility which He showed forth in


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