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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 25 | would have been envious. But envy ~is far removed from God. 2 1, 63 | only the sin of pride and envy can exist in an angel?~Aquin.: 3 1, 63 | besides ~those of pride and envy. Because whosoever can delight 4 1, 63 | 2: Further, as pride and envy are spiritual sins, so are 5 1, 63 | can there be ~pride and envy in the angels; but likewise 6 1, 63 | and in like manner from envy. But, if the cause is granted, ~ 7 1, 63 | there can be pride and envy in the ~angels, for the 8 1, 63 | consequence, it was possible for envy also to be in them, ~since 9 1, 63 | there ~followed the evil of envy in the sinning angel, whereby 10 1, 63 | pleasures: it is ~wholly through envy that they take pleasure 11 1, 63 | evident that pride ~and envy are the only spiritual sins 12 1, 63 | in demons; yet so ~that envy is not to be taken for a 13 1, 63 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Under envy and pride, as found in the 14 1, 64 | which are not: for, out of envy, they would wish others 15 1, 64 | only the sin of pride and envy can exist in an angel?~Aquin.: 16 1, 64 | besides ~those of pride and envy. Because whosoever can delight 17 1, 64 | 2: Further, as pride and envy are spiritual sins, so are 18 1, 64 | can there be ~pride and envy in the angels; but likewise 19 1, 64 | and in like manner from envy. But, if the cause is granted, ~ 20 1, 64 | there can be pride and envy in the ~angels, for the 21 1, 64 | consequence, it was possible for envy also to be in them, ~since 22 1, 64 | there ~followed the evil of envy in the sinning angel, whereby 23 1, 64 | pleasures: it is ~wholly through envy that they take pleasure 24 1, 64 | evident that pride ~and envy are the only spiritual sins 25 1, 64 | in demons; yet so ~that envy is not to be taken for a 26 1, 64 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Under envy and pride, as found in the 27 1, 65 | which are not: for, out of envy, they would wish others 28 1, 113 | the demons, who through envy endeavor to hinder ~man' 29 1, 113 | they ~punish from hatred or envy; whereas they are sent by 30 2, 24 | which is base fear; and of "envy" which is sorrow for ~another' 31 2, 28 | And this is the zeal of envy, of ~which it is written ( 32 2, 28 | emulous of evil doers, nor envy ~[zelaveris] them that work 33 2, 28 | passage of the zeal of ~envy; which is indeed the cause 34 2, 28 | things arises the zeal of envy. But it does not arise, ~ 35 2, 28 | except perhaps one may envy ~another his superiority 36 2, 35 | anxiety," - "pity," and "envy." For sorrow is contrary 37 2, 35 | sorrow that weighs down; envy is ~sorrow for another's 38 2, 35 | evil: and thus we have "envy." The proper effect of sorrow 39 2, 35 | indignation are included in envy, as we shall explain later ( 40 2, 59 | reckoned to be vices, such as envy ~and anger. Therefore some 41 2, 70 | heresy there is ~faith; to envy, mildness; to drunkenness 42 2, 78 | of his ~brother through envy. Nor does this imply that 43 2, 81 | written (Wis. 2:24): "By ~the envy of the devil, death came 44 2, 84 | vices, ~viz. vainglory, envy, anger, sloth, covetousness, 45 2, 84 | and sadness to sloth and ~envy. Therefore the principal 46 2, 84 | recrimination, belongs to ~"envy," which is sadness about 47 2, 87 | clearly the case with anger or envy, or an exterior ~act, as 48 2, 13 | resisting the known truth, envy of our brother's spiritual 49 2, 13 | of the known truth, and envy of a ~brother's spiritual 50 2, 13 | goodness with the brands of envy ~is to sin against the Holy 51 2, 13 | against which there is "envy of a brother's ~spiritual 52 2, 13 | impenitence, and schism to the envy of a brother's ~spiritual 53 2, 27 | in the case of sloth and ~envy. Therefore joy also should 54 2, 28 | love, but also sloth and envy, in respect of joy, and ~ 55 2, 28 | speaking, however, it is envy which is opposed to ~pity, 56 2, 32 | opposed to love; (2) sloth and envy, which are opposed to the 57 2, 32 | Whether hatred arises from envy?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[34] A[ 58 2, 32 | hatred does not arise from envy. For envy is sorrow ~for 59 2, 32 | not arise from envy. For envy is sorrow ~for another's 60 2, 32 | hatred does not arise from envy.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[34] A[ 61 2, 32 | God does not arise from envy, for we do not envy those 62 2, 32 | from envy, for we do not envy those who are ~very far 63 2, 32 | hatred does not arise from envy.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[34] A[ 64 2, 32 | hatred does not arise from envy.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[34] A[ 65 2, 32 | xxxi, 45) that "out of envy cometh ~hatred."~Aquin.: 66 2, 32 | of evil. Wherefore, since envy is sorrow for our ~neighbor' 67 2, 32 | to ~us, so that "out of envy cometh hatred."~Aquin.: 68 2, 32 | to God. Therefore, since envy of our ~neighbor is the 69 2, 32 | both from anger and ~from envy. However it arises more 70 2, 32 | arises more directly from envy, which looks upon the very 71 2, 32 | that hatred is caused by envy formally as regards ~the 72 2, 33 | and then its contrary is envy. Wherefore we must ~consider ( 73 2, 33 | consider (1) Sloth and (2) Envy.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[35] Out. 74 2, 33 | hatred, which arises from envy, as stated above (Q[34], 75 2, 34 | 36] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF ENVY (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must 76 2, 34 | ARTICLES)~We must now consider envy, and under this head there 77 2, 34 | of ~inquiry:~(1) What is envy?~(2) Whether it is a sin?~( 78 2, 34 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether envy is a kind of sorrow?~Aquin.: 79 2, 34 | OBJ 1: It would seem that envy is not a kind of sorrow. 80 2, 34 | sorrow. For the object ~of envy is a good, for Gregory says ( 81 2, 34 | prosperity of another." Therefore envy is not a kind of sorrow.~ 82 2, 34 | But likeness is a cause of envy: for the Philosopher says ~( 83 2, 34 | in reputation." Therefore envy is not ~a kind of sorrow.~ 84 2, 34 | Rhet. ii, 10). Therefore envy is not a kind of sorrow.~ 85 2, 34 | sorrow. But it is a cause of envy; for the ~Philosopher says ( 86 2, 34 | Rhet. ii, 10) that "we envy those who have or have had ~ 87 2, 34 | Fide Orth. ii, 14) calls envy a species ~of sorrow, and 88 2, 34 | of sorrow, and says that "envy is sorrow for another's 89 2, 34 | such like ~sorrow is not envy, but rather an effect of 90 2, 34 | It is in this way that envy grieves for another's good: 91 2, 34 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Since envy is about another's good 92 2, 34 | Thus a commoner does not envy ~the king, nor does the 93 2, 34 | king, nor does the king envy a commoner whom he is far 94 2, 34 | deficient; so that he does not envy one who surpasses him in 95 2, 34 | is written (Job ~5:2): "Envy slayeth the little one," 96 2, 34 | Moral. v, 46) that ~"we can envy those only whom we think 97 2, 34 | others have them, causes envy, because that, above all, 98 2, 34 | Rhet. ii) that the ~old envy the young, and those who 99 2, 34 | order to get ~something, envy those who have got it by 100 2, 34 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether envy is a sin?~Aquin.: SMT SS 101 2, 34 | OBJ 1: It would seem that envy is not a sin. For Jerome 102 2, 34 | learn together with them, envy them, and be nettled when ~ 103 2, 34 | commit a sin. ~Therefore envy is not a sin~Aquin.: SMT 104 2, 34 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 1: Further, "Envy is sorrow for another's 105 2, 34 | shall ~mourn." Therefore envy is not always a sin.~Aquin.: 106 2, 34 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, envy denotes a kind of zeal. 107 2, 34 | eaten me up." ~Therefore envy is not always a sin.~Aquin.: 108 2, 34 | condivided with fault. But envy is a kind ~of punishment: 109 2, 34 | When the foul sore of ~envy corrupts the vanquished 110 2, 34 | with ~the teeth." Therefore envy is not a sin.~Aquin.: SMT 111 2, 34 | As stated above (A[1]), envy is sorrow for another's ~ 112 2, 34 | goods. This sorrow is not envy, as stated above ~(A[1]), 113 2, 34 | glory, without any sin of envy, ~saddens us, since, when 114 2, 34 | emulous of evil doers, nor envy them that work ~iniquity," 115 2, 34 | surpasses ours; this is envy properly speaking, and is ~ 116 2, 34 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Envy there denotes the zeal with 117 2, 34 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Envy differs from zeal, as stated 118 2, 34 | zeal may be good, whereas envy is always evil.~Aquin.: 119 2, 34 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether envy is a mortal sin?~Aquin.: 120 2, 34 | OBJ 1: It would seem that envy is not a mortal sin. For 121 2, 34 | a mortal sin. For since envy is a ~kind of sorrow, it 122 2, 34 | Q[74], A[4]]. Therefore envy is not ~a mortal sin.~Aquin.: 123 2, 34 | mortal sin in infants. But envy can be ~in them, for Augustine 124 2, 34 | foster-brother." Therefore envy is not a mortal sin.~Aquin.: 125 2, 34 | contrary to some virtue. But envy is ~contrary, not to a virtue 126 2, 34 | Rhet. ii, 9). Therefore envy is not a mortal sin.~Aquin.: 127 2, 34 | It is written (Job 5:2): "Envy slayeth the little one." ~ 128 2, 34 | except mortal sin. Therefore envy is a ~mortal sin.~Aquin.: 129 2, 34 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, Envy is a mortal sin, in respect 130 2, 34 | taken from its object; and envy according to the aspect ~ 131 2, 34 | both of ~charity and of envy is our neighbor's good, 132 2, 34 | our neighbor's good, while envy grieves over ~it, as stated 133 2, 34 | Therefore it is evident that envy is a mortal ~sin in respect 134 2, 34 | and so in the genus of envy we find sometimes ~even 135 2, 34 | Reply OBJ 1: The movement of envy in so far as it is a passion 136 2, 34 | which is the reason, so that envy of that kind is not a ~mortal 137 2, 34 | The same applies to the envy of little children who have 138 2, 34 | Philosopher (Rhet. ii, 9), envy is ~contrary both to {nemesis} 139 2, 34 | envious. On the other hand, envy is contrary to {nemesis} 140 2, 34 | proper to ~charity: so that envy is contrary to pity and 141 2, 34 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether envy is a capital vice?~Aquin.: 142 2, 34 | OBJ 1: It would seem that envy is not a capital vice. For 143 2, 34 | from their daughters. Now envy is the daughter of vainglory; 144 2, 34 | more envious." Therefore envy is not a capital vice.~Aquin.: 145 2, 34 | their wild outcry." Now envy ~is seemingly a most grave 146 2, 34 | into the ~mind." Therefore envy is not a capital sin.~Aquin.: 147 2, 34 | 45), who says that from envy arise "hatred, ~tale-bearing, 148 2, 34 | prosperity seem to be the same as envy, as appears from what has 149 2, 34 | assigned as daughters of ~envy.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[36] A[ 150 2, 34 | xxxi, 45) who ~states that envy is a capital sin and assigns 151 2, 34 | Divine spiritual good, so ~envy is grief for our neighbor' 152 2, 34 | satisfying its demands. Wherefore envy is accounted a capital vice 153 2, 34 | mind it ~occupies begets envy, since while it craves for 154 2, 34 | However it is perhaps because envy manifestly arises from vainglory, 155 2, 34 | the passage quoted that envy is the ~greatest of sins, 156 2, 34 | when the devil tempts us to envy, he is ~enticing us to that 157 2, 34 | the same passage, "by the envy of the devil, death came ~ 158 2, 34 | There is, however, a kind of envy which is accounted among 159 2, 34 | most ~grievous sins, viz. envy of another's spiritual good, 160 2, 34 | s spiritual good, which envy is a ~sorrow for the increase 161 2, 34 | Reply OBJ 3: The number of envy's daughters may be understood 162 2, 34 | the struggle aroused by envy there is something by way 163 2, 34 | one way the very same ~as envy, when, to Wit, a man grieves 164 2, 34 | way it is a daughter ~of envy, in so far as the envious 165 2, 34 | not directly the same as envy, but is a result thereof, 166 2, 34 | neighbor's good which is envy, gives rise ~to joy in his 167 2, 35 | arises from malice, i.e. envy, rather than from vainglory.~ 168 2, 35 | respect it arises from envy; and again we may consider 169 2, 35 | vainglory rather than of envy, though it may arise from 170 2, 36 | men?" Now zeal pertains to envy. ~Therefore contention arises 171 2, 36 | contention arises rather from envy.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[38] A[ 172 2, 36 | like discord, is akin to envy in so far as a ~man severs 173 2, 39 | But hatred arises from envy, according to Gregory (Moral. 174 2, 39 | daughter of anger, but of envy.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[41] A[ 175 2, 41 | sin, for ~instance, into envy of another's good, and then 176 2, 42 | with ~her bands"; against envy (Gal. 5:26): "Let us not 177 2, 51 | Where jealousy [Douay: ~'envy'] and contention are, there 178 2, 51 | But jealousy pertains to envy. Therefore inconstancy pertains 179 2, 51 | not to ~imprudence but to envy.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[53] A[ 180 2, 51 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Envy and anger, which are the 181 2, 51 | inconstancy arises from envy, as stated above (A[5], 182 2, 51 | above (A[5], ad 2). But envy ~is a distinct vice from 183 2, 51 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Envy and anger cause inconstancy 184 2, 71 | backbiting arises from ~envy, according to Gregory (Moral. 185 2, 71 | Gregory (Moral. xxxi, 45). But envy is a graver sin ~than anger. 186 2, 71 | reviling is, but rather of envy, which strives ~by any means 187 2, 156 | the passion's object. Thus envy, in respect of its species, ~ 188 2, 156 | 6), "the very mention of envy denotes ~something evil." 189 2, 156 | of our ~neighbor, such as envy and hatred; but while hatred 190 2, 156 | hatred is ~more grievous than envy, and envy than anger: since 191 2, 156 | grievous than envy, and envy than anger: since it is 192 2, 156 | results from hatred and envy no less than from ~anger: 193 2, 160 | xxxi) that "pride begets ~envy, nor is it ever without 194 2, 160 | without this companion." Now envy is reckoned a ~capital vice, 195 2, 160 | Reply OBJ 3: The fact that envy, which is a capital vice, 196 3, 8 | to Wis. ~2:24,25: "By the envy of the devil, death came 197 3, 38 | a motive for yet greater envy." Thirdly, because, by continuing ~ 198 3, 42 | ways - sometimes through envy on the part of the teacher, 199 3, 42 | and communicate without envy, and her riches I hide not." 200 3, 44 | says, "He did not ~wish the envy of the Jews to be aroused 201 3, 47 | from greed, the Jews ~from envy, and Pilate from worldly 202 3, 47 | from ignorance, but out of ~envy: for they understood that 203 3, 47 | them out of hatred and ~envy of Christ; neither would 204 3, 47 | yet out of hatred ~and envy, they refused credence to 205 3, 47 | cupidity like Judas, nor from ~envy and hate like the chief 206 3, 86 | charity, ~and by the brands of envy combats grace itself) that 207 Suppl, 2 | sorrow, e.g. sloth and ~envy. Therefore their remedy 208 Suppl, 2 | to be found in the sin of envy and the ~like, whether such 209 Suppl, 87| confounded and let fire" (i.e. envy) ~"devour Thy enemies."~ 210 Suppl, 95| OTC Para. 2/2~Further, envy reigns supreme in the damned. 211 Suppl, 95| 1: So great will be the envy of the damned that they 212 Suppl, 95| the damned that they will envy ~the glory even of their 213 Suppl, 95| even in this life, when envy increases. ~Nevertheless 214 Suppl, 95| Nevertheless they will envy their kindred less than 215 Suppl, 95| more will their hatred ~and envy increase that they will 216 Suppl, 95| because they will, through envy, grieve for their ~happiness,


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