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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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weakness

    Part, Question
1 1, 1 | certain on account of the weakness of our ~intelligence, "which 2 1, 1 | of the truths, but to the weakness of human ~intelligence; 3 1, 19 | power may be hindered by the weakness of the limb. Therefore the 4 1, 42 | Can. 27): ~"Remove bodily weakness, remove the beginning of 5 1, 42 | subject by their created ~weakness."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[42] A[ 6 1, 49 | happen by reason of the weakness of the motive power, as 7 1, 55 | detail; this ~comes of their weakness of intellect: while there 8 1, 58 | And this comes from the weakness of the intellectual light 9 1, 64 | ourselves, comes from the weakness of our ~intellect which 10 1, 64 | phantasms; as it comes from the ~weakness of its eye that the owl 11 1, 68 | condescension to their weakness he put before them only 12 1, 77 | well as a young man." But weakness is the road to corruption. ~ 13 1, 42 | Can. 27): ~"Remove bodily weakness, remove the beginning of 14 1, 42 | subject by their created ~weakness."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[42] A[ 15 1, 50 | happen by reason of the weakness of the motive power, as 16 1, 56 | detail; this ~comes of their weakness of intellect: while there 17 1, 59 | And this comes from the weakness of the intellectual light 18 1, 65 | ourselves, comes from the weakness of our ~intellect which 19 1, 65 | phantasms; as it comes from the ~weakness of its eye that the owl 20 1, 69 | condescension to their weakness he put before them only 21 1, 76 | well as a young man." But weakness is the road to corruption. ~ 22 1, 94 | sin, on account of man's weakness; because a small deed is 23 1, 94 | and for the support of his weakness.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[95] A[ 24 1, 96 | the species ~against the weakness resulting from the admixture 25 1, 98 | et Remiss. ~i, 38): "This weakness of the body befits their 26 1, 98 | of the body befits their weakness of mind." But in ~the state 27 1, 98 | there would have been no weakness of mind. ~Therefore neither 28 1, 98 | neither would there have been weakness of body in infants.~Aquin.: 29 1, 98 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, the weakness of old age seems to correspond 30 1, 98 | there would have been no weakness ~of old age. Therefore neither 31 1, 98 | would there have been such weakness in ~infancy.~Aquin.: SMT 32 1, 98 | Augustine is speaking of the weakness which we observe in ~children 33 1, 112 | are sources of strength or weakness to others. But angel ~guardians 34 1, 112 | witnesses to convict man of weakness.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[113] A[ 35 1, 113 | for ~the exercise of human weakness: but it does not suffice 36 1, 113 | him off on account of our weakness." The other reason is taken ~ 37 2, 17 | proportion to the strength or ~weakness of the imaginative power. 38 2, 17 | things; or because of the weakness of the imaginative ~power, 39 2, 21 | weak and ~incapable." But weakness or inability either takes 40 2, 21 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Weakness that occurs in voluntary 41 2, 22 | although they have none of our weakness, ~their acts bear a certain 42 2, 40 | drunkenness are united to ~weakness. Therefore they are not 43 2, 42 | of the evil, or to the ~weakness of him that fears; while 44 2, 42 | suddenness increase the ~weakness of him that fears, in so 45 2, 47 | despised for some failing or ~weakness of the existence of which 46 2, 54 | of nature ~is strength or weakness; whereas, if we take the 47 2, 55 | ii) that ~every evil is a weakness. And for this reason the 48 2, 55 | or endure more easily the weakness of the body ~and of the 49 2, 62 | according ~to 1 Cor. 1:25: "The weakness of God is stronger than 50 2, 71 | disease is attended with weakness"; and ~vice "when the parts 51 2, 71 | e.g. ~when a man sins from weakness or passion. Consequently 52 2, 73 | to resist; for it denotes weakness in the ~sinner, if he cannot 53 2, 73 | and a sin that is due to weakness ~is deemed less grievous. 54 2, 73 | movement of the will, (e.g. ~weakness, violence, fear, or the 55 2, 73 | unawares on ~account of the weakness of human nature: and such 56 2, 73 | which nevertheless human weakness does not allow us ~to escape 57 2, 73 | taken unawares through human weakness.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[73] A[ 58 2, 76 | of ~reason; secondly, of weakness or passion, which is the 59 2, 77 | from a passion is a sin of weakness?~(4) Whether the passion 60 2, 77 | should be called a sin of ~weakness?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[77] A[ 61 2, 77 | not be ~called a sin of weakness. For a passion is a vehement 62 2, 77 | strength rather than of weakness. Therefore a sin committed ~ 63 2, 77 | should not be called a sin of weakness.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[77] A[ 64 2, 77 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, weakness in man regards that which 65 2, 77 | flesh." Therefore sins of weakness should be ~those which result 66 2, 77 | passion is not a sin of weakness.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[77] A[ 67 2, 77 | diseases of the soul. Now weakness is another name for disease. 68 2, 77 | should be called a sin of weakness.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[77] A[ 69 2, 77 | chiefly, sin resides. Now weakness may be applied to the soul 70 2, 77 | soul by way of ~likeness to weakness of the body. Accordingly, 71 2, 77 | Animal. x, 1). Therefore weakness of the ~soul is when the 72 2, 77 | it is said to be a sin of weakness. Hence the Philosopher ( 73 2, 77 | nature, the greater the weakness, so likewise, the stronger 74 2, 77 | reason, the greater the weakness ~of the soul.~Aquin.: SMT 75 2, 77 | which is not ~hindered by weakness of the body: for he that 76 2, 77 | when we speak of sins of weakness, we refer to weakness of ~ 77 2, 77 | of weakness, we refer to weakness of ~soul rather than of 78 2, 77 | than of body. And yet even weakness of soul is called ~weakness 79 2, 77 | weakness of soul is called ~weakness of the flesh, in so far 80 2, 77 | Now sin ~committed from weakness is venial, since it has 81 2, 77 | through passion is a sin of ~weakness, it seems that it cannot 82 2, 77 | that is committed through weakness or ignorance is said ~to 83 2, 78 | certain malice, but through weakness, as stated (Q[77], A[3]). ~ 84 2, 85 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether weakness, ignorance, malice and concupiscence 85 2, 85 | OBJ 1: It would seem that weakness, ignorance, malice and concupiscence ~ 86 2, 85 | A[3]) that to sin from ~weakness is the same as to sin from 87 2, 85 | should not be condivided with weakness.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[85] A[ 88 2, 85 | arduous, there is the wound of weakness; and ~in so far as the concupiscible 89 2, 85 | passion can be called a ~weakness, in so far as it weakens 90 2, 85 | reason. Bede, however, took weakness in the strict sense, as 91 2, 85 | powers, ~viz. "malice," "weakness" and "concupiscence," for 92 2, 85 | Sin is to the soul what weakness is to the body, ~according 93 2, 85 | Lord, for I am weak." Now ~weakness deprives the body of mode, 94 2, 88 | sins ~committed through weakness or ignorance, which are 95 2, 88 | from ~sin committed through weakness or ignorance. But, in this 96 2, 88 | a sin committed through weakness or ~ignorance: and this 97 2, 88 | some sort of ignorance or weakness, as ~when a man is ignorant 98 2, 98 | commandment, because of the weakness ~and unprofitableness thereof." 99 2, 98 | pride was convinced of his ~weakness, through his being unable 100 2, 101 | commandment because of the ~weakness and unprofitableness thereof, 101 2, 102 | of blood, ~whether from weakness, or from nature (either 102 2, 102 | of seed, whether due to weakness, to ~nocturnal pollution, 103 2, 102 | Christ in respect his assumed weakness, denoted by the female sex; 104 2, 102 | things ~pertaining to His weakness. Three things were added, 105 2, 103 | take away sin; but this ~weakness results from their being 106 2, 104 | commandment, because of the weakness and ~unprofitableness thereof." 107 2, 105 | voluntarily, and yet through weakness, as ~for instance when a 108 2, 106 | sin, he might ~realize his weakness, and acknowledge his need 109 2, 13 | and sin committed through weakness: ~whereas the sin against 110 2, 13 | when a man sins through weakness, it is a sin ~"against the 111 2, 13 | through ignorance, or ~through weakness.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[14] A[ 112 2, 13 | sins through ~ignorance or weakness, deserves less punishment, 113 2, 13 | excuse, on account of the ~weakness of the flesh which they 114 2, 13 | excused on ~account of the weakness of the flesh: but afterwards 115 2, 14 | understanding denotes a ~certain weakness of the mind as to the consideration 116 2, 18 | trembling lest, in our weakness, we fall, and possess ourselves 117 2, 23 | wherein, by ~reason of the weakness of human life, it is impossible 118 2, 30 | to those who sin ~out of weakness, according to Rm. 15:1: " 119 2, 30 | consideration his age and his weakness; ~and sometimes the shame 120 2, 31 | become worse. For sin is weakness of the ~soul, according 121 2, 41 | condivided with offense and ~weakness, for the Apostle says (Rm. 122 2, 41 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: "Weakness" denotes proneness to scandal; 123 2, 41 | venial sins through the ~weakness of the flesh; but they are 124 2, 41 | has its origin in human weakness wherein they fall short ~ 125 2, 41 | Sometimes scandal proceeds from weakness or ignorance, and such ~ 126 2, 41 | through the ignorance or weakness of others (in which ~case, 127 2, 51 | this, it is due to its own ~weakness in not standing to the good 128 2, 62 | fortitude, but rather a weakness of soul unable to ~bear 129 2, 71 | than if he sins ~through weakness or carelessness. In this 130 2, 76 | scandal arises not from weakness or ignorance but from malice.~ 131 2, 80 | lovable. ~Yet such is the weakness of the human mind that it 132 2, 81 | the mind ~wander through weakness.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[83] A[ 133 2, 81 | long on ~account of the weakness of nature, because human 134 2, 81 | of nature, because human weakness weighs down the ~soul to 135 2, 81 | it wanders ~off through weakness.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[83] A[ 136 2, 82 | genuflect we signify our ~weakness in comparison with God, 137 2, 95 | hiding, instructed human weakness, lest it should dare to ~ 138 2, 95 | have asked a sign through weakness ~of faith, wherefore he 139 2, 96 | wit, it proceeds from his weakness in doubting whether the ~ 140 2, 109 | is one thing to sin from weakness, and another to ~sin from 141 2, 109 | perfection, if he fail through ~weakness, he is not a dissembler 142 2, 114 | to arise from a certain weakness, and ~from a certain falseness 143 2, 127 | accrues to him through the ~weakness of nature. Accordingly magnanimity 144 2, 131 | insufficiency of their own weakness, demurred; ~though not obstinately 145 2, 134 | because those who offend from weakness rather than of set purpose 146 2, 134 | with ~those who sin through weakness, merely because they persist 147 2, 145 | account of their natural weakness, owing to which they need 148 2, 148 | grievous to sin through weakness than through malice.~ 149 2, 150 | from it, or again ~through weakness of nature, as in the case 150 2, 153 | Reply OBJ 2: The strength or weakness of concupiscence may proceed 151 2, 153 | than for others. Such ~like weakness of concupiscence diminishes 152 2, 153 | increases it. on the other hand, weakness or strength of ~concupiscence 153 2, 153 | temperate man. In this way weakness of concupiscence, by reason 154 2, 154 | incontinence is ~called "weakness." Hence it is manifest that 155 2, 159 | pair beaten, not by the weakness of justice, ~but by the 156 2, 160 | and sometimes through weakness: and for this reason Augustine 157 2, 160 | ignorance, sometimes through weakness, as stated above.~Aquin.: 158 2, 160 | through ignorance or through weakness, or ~through desire for 159 2, 160 | outcome of ignorance or weakness. The same applies to despair ~ 160 2, 160 | committed through ignorance or ~weakness. But among the grievous 161 2, 165 | Thou, having made me see my weakness, didst speedily admonish 162 2, 173 | from the senses through weakness: secondly, by the power 163 2, 179 | the mind ~through its very weakness being repelled from that 164 2, 182 | sins, which result from the weakness ~of the present life: and 165 2, 184 | of contempt, but out of ~weakness or ignorance, commit a sin 166 2, 184 | refer to things done through weakness or ~ignorance, but not to 167 2, 184 | contempt, but out of a certain weakness of human affection.~Aquin.: 168 2, 184 | sin through ignorance or weakness from which they easily ~ 169 2, 185 | three ways. First, through weakness of body, the result being ~ 170 2, 185 | God, we ~must credit their weakness and bear with it." For those 171 2, 185 | work on the score of bodily weakness, for their former mode of 172 2, 187 | motive, such as sickness, weakness, and the like.~Aquin.: SMT 173 2, 187 | account ~of sickness or weakness, the result of which sometimes 174 2, 187 | obstacle (such as bodily weakness, a burden of debts, or the ~ 175 2, 187 | righteousness, is an indication of weakness ~and turning back. Hence 176 3, 1 | for He did not despise the weakness of His own handiwork; His ~ 177 3, 1 | says in the same ~sermon: "Weakness is assumed by strength, 178 3, 14 | to be overcome and man's weakness ~healed, by strength than 179 3, 14 | healed, by strength than by weakness. Therefore it does not seem 180 3, 14 | the devil and healed human weakness.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[14] A[ 181 3, 15 | easily avoidable ~by the weakness of the flesh.~Aquin.: SMT 182 3, 18 | did not transfigure our weakness into His ~Divine but into 183 3, 18 | human, which through the ~weakness of the flesh shrank from 184 3, 18 | For this springs from the ~weakness of the reason, which is 185 3, 22 | priesthood who have the weakness of sin, which can be expiated 186 3, 22 | Saints ~there will be no weakness, according to Is. 60:21: " 187 3, 22 | will be possible for the weakness of sin, ~since "there is 188 3, 27 | infirmity," which refers to the weakness of the fomes, by reason 189 3, 36 | presented a likeness of human ~weakness, and yet, by means of God' 190 3, 41 | iii), "Had not Christ's weakness in hungering betrayed His ~ 191 3, 41 | that He had come in ~the weakness of the flesh?"~Aquin.: SMT 192 3, 44 | that ~He had come in the weakness of the flesh?" But afterwards, 193 3, 44 | He was crucified through weakness, yet He liveth by the ~power 194 3, 44 | Christ's Godhead, when the weakness of human nature was most 195 3, 44 | His ~Passion yet greater weakness appeared in His manhood. 196 3, 48 | Christ was crucified ~through weakness," as it is written (2 Cor. 197 3, 48 | according to 1 Cor. 1:25: "The ~weakness of God is stronger than 198 3, 48 | than men"; because Christ's weakness, ~inasmuch as He is God, 199 3, 51 | ought ~not to come from weakness of nature, lest it might 200 3, 51 | cross all is ~sadness and weakness, but as soon as He is crucified, 201 3, 53 | He was crucified through weakness, yet He liveth by the ~power 202 3, 53 | crucified through" our ~"weakness, yet He liveth by the power 203 3, 55 | Cor. 15:43: "It is sown in weakness, it shall ~rise in power." 204 3, 55 | disciples might despise ~its weakness, Christ meant to show them 205 3, 67 | not on account of bodily weakness that the baptized ~is raised 206 3, 67 | on account of ~spiritual weakness, as stated above.~Aquin.: 207 3, 74 | either to the matter, ~or to weakness within the generative power. 208 3, 80 | result of ignorance or of weakness is ~lighter than one arising 209 3, 80 | cause, as from abundance or weakness of nature, or ~even from 210 3, 82 | is not lost by subsequent weakness: ~because Pope Gelasius 211 3, 82 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Weakness or sickness contracted by 212 3, 87 | not from all, because the ~weakness of this life does not allow 213 3, 89 | suddenly into some deplorable weakness of the flesh, and by God' 214 Suppl, 2 | prone on account of the weakness of this life.~Aquin.: SMT 215 Suppl, 9 | sin through ignorance or ~weakness, but a number of sins proves 216 Suppl, 9 | confesses one's misery and weakness.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[9] A[4] 217 Suppl, 10| pardon, e.g. sins due to ~weakness: thirdly, for what is venial 218 Suppl, 16| penance on account of the weakness of his body. But the angels 219 Suppl, 18| arise on account of the weakness of nature so the priest, 220 Suppl, 21| he may acknowledge his weakness, and humbly return to God ~ 221 Suppl, 30| nothing else but a certain weakness and unfitness, the ~result 222 Suppl, 30| original sin. against which weakness man is ~strengthened by 223 Suppl, 30| respect of the aforesaid weakness which ~some call the remnants 224 Suppl, 30| moreover ~this is part of the weakness mentioned above.~Aquin.: 225 Suppl, 30| as much as it takes away ~weakness, for a strong man bears 226 Suppl, 32| intended as a remedy to human weakness, should ~be given to such 227 Suppl, 37| in order to succor human weakness, because it would be ~impossible 228 Suppl, 49| marriage was granted to human weakness ~for the very purpose of 229 Suppl, 52| through either bodily ~weakness, or imminent danger to her 230 Suppl, 55| through exceeding ~stress of weakness and fever he was not in 231 Suppl, 64| than through fear of the weakness of ~the flesh.~Aquin.: SMT 232 Suppl, 64| by God, on account of the weakness of ~the flesh, that the 233 Suppl, 72| changeableness of fortune, the weakness of the human body, the ~ 234 Suppl, 79| 15:43): "It is sown in weakness, it shall rise in power." 235 Suppl, 81| 15:43): "It is sown in weakness, ~it shall rise in power," 236 Suppl, 83| body through corruption, or weakness of ~nature or of natural 237 Suppl, 87| crucified in ~the form of weakness. Therefore He will appear 238 Suppl, 87| will appear in the form of weakness ~and not in the form of 239 Suppl, 87| was judged in the form of weakness. Therefore He will ~appear 240 Suppl, 87| to be judged pertains to weakness, so to judge pertains to ~ 241 Suppl, 87| appeared in the form of weakness. Therefore at the second ~ 242 Suppl, 87| came in the form ~of our weakness. But since at His second 243 Suppl, 87| not a present but a past weakness: so as to show how justly 244 Suppl, 87| body will ~not be due to weakness, but will indicate the exceeding 245 Suppl, 87| quality of nature, namely of ~weakness, which will not be the same 246 Suppl, 88| except on account of a ~weakness in the organ, such as will


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