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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 2 | is happiness, consists in riches, and others in pleasures, 2 1, 14 | says, "O the depth of the riches of the ~wisdom and of the 3 1, 23 | that He might show the riches of His glory on the ~vessels 4 1, 26 | corporeal; as in pleasure, riches, and such like. Now none 5 1, 26 | which consists in delight, riches, ~power, dignity, and fame, 6 1, 26 | His delight; instead of ~riches He has that complete self-sufficiency, 7 1, 26 | self-sufficiency, which is promised by ~riches; in place of power, He has 8 1, 102 | bread to ~the wise, nor riches to the learned, nor favor 9 2, 1 | in something else, e.g. ~riches. Therefore even after having 10 2, 1 | time place his last end in riches. Therefore it is ~possible 11 2, 1 | end: since some desire riches as their consummate good; 12 2, 2 | But this is the case with riches more than anything ~else; 13 2, 2 | shall not be satisfied with riches" (Eccles. ~5:9). Therefore 14 2, 2 | it avail a fool to have riches, seeing he cannot buy wisdom."~ 15 2, 2 | The desire for natural riches is not infinite: because 16 2, 2 | written (Eccles. 5:12) that "riches" are sometimes "kept to 17 2, 2 | Ecclus. 30:16): "There is no riches above the riches of ~the 18 2, 2 | There is no riches above the riches of ~the health of the body." 19 2, 2 | which ~are signified by "riches," just as the good of the 20 2, 27 | health, and a poor man loves riches. But in so ~far as he needs 21 2, 30 | infinity. Hence he that desires riches, may desire to be rich, ~ 22 2, 30 | who ~place their end in riches have an infinite concupiscence 23 2, 30 | infinite concupiscence of riches; ~whereas those who desire 24 2, 30 | whereas those who desire riches, on account of the necessities 25 2, 30 | desire a finite measure of riches, sufficient for the necessities 26 2, 32 | that he has something good--riches, honor, or the like; which 27 2, 40 | increases a man's power; e.g. riches, strength, ~and, among others, 28 2, 46 | instancing a miser with regard to riches. Hence it is written ~(Ecclus. 29 2, 47 | instance, ~a wealthy man in his riches, or an orator in his eloquence, 30 2, 66 | simply, e.g. "learning than riches," and yet not better ~relatively, 31 2, 69 | external goods, ~whether riches or honors; from which man 32 2, 69 | either to the contempt ~of riches, or to the contempt of honors, 33 2, 69 | in external things, viz. riches and honors, a certain excellence 34 2, 70 | the fruits of honor ~and riches."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[70] A[ 35 2, 78 | some temporal good, e.g. riches ~or pleasure, more than 36 2, 84 | is immoderate desire for riches, is opposed to the ~virtue 37 2, 84 | desire for the ~end. Now riches, the desire for which is 38 2, 84 | denoting inordinate desire for riches: and thus ~it is a special 39 2, 84 | the inordinate desire for riches. ~Accordingly, we must say 40 2, 84 | tree. For we see that by riches man ~acquires the means 41 2, 84 | that in this desire for riches is the root of all sins.~ 42 2, 84 | of sins, not as ~though riches were sought for their own 43 2, 84 | of a root, and such are riches; so that, from this ~point 44 2, 84 | there is external good, viz. riches, to which "covetousness" 45 2, 84 | covetousness" seeks in ~riches that give promise thereof. 46 2, 87 | advanced, and strengthened with riches" (?)[*The words in ~brackets 47 2, 102 | In her left hand (are) riches and ~glory." And the priestly 48 2, 107 | rewards, such as honor, ~riches, or the like. Hence the 49 2, 107 | reproach of Christ ~greater riches than the treasure of the 50 2, 108 | human praise, nor worldly riches, which is to lay up treasures 51 2, 108 | reduced to three - honors, riches, ~and pleasures; according 52 2, 108 | the eyes," which refers to riches, "and the pride of ~life," 53 2, 108 | exalted honors and abundant riches; for it is ~written in reference 54 2, 108 | must not place our end in riches, when He said: "Lay not 55 2, 108 | based on these ~three: since riches are renounced by poverty; 56 2, 18 | external goods, viz. honors and riches. In either case, ~this proceeds 57 2, 29 | man has in the delight of riches. It belongs to liberality 58 2, 29 | excessive desire and love for riches; ~for this makes a man more 59 2, 30 | from excessive love of ~riches, the result of which is 60 2, 30 | lean on, a poor man needs riches. Therefore ~these almsdeeds 61 2, 30 | iniquity." Now mammon signifies riches. Therefore it is lawful 62 2, 30 | giving alms out of ill-gotten riches. ~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[32] A[ 63 2, 30 | must be amended. Yet all ~riches are called riches of iniquity, 64 2, 30 | Yet all ~riches are called riches of iniquity, as stated in 65 2, 30 | Quaest. Ev. ii, 34, ~because "riches are not unjust save for 66 2, 30 | super Luc. A, ~5). Or, all riches are styled riches "of iniquity," 67 2, 30 | Or, all riches are styled riches "of iniquity," i.e., of ~" 68 2, 30 | perhaps he has fallen from riches to indigence through no 69 2, 34 | Philosopher states, is about riches, and those ~things which 70 2, 48 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Riches are compared to domestic 71 2, 48 | the Philosopher speaks of riches ~as the end of political 72 2, 56 | being ~abused. Such are riches and honors; and in the like 73 2, 57 | wishes to have more goods, riches for example, or ~honors, 74 2, 61 | honor the rich for their riches, for Gregory says in a homily ( 75 2, 61 | honors the rich ~for their riches, sins," and in like manner, 76 2, 71 | name is better than great riches." ~Therefore backbiting 77 2, 81 | use ill or well, such as "riches, by ~which," as stated by 78 2, 98 | more precious than all ~riches, and all things that are 79 2, 106 | external goods ~such as riches, his country and his good 80 2, 106 | whereby he is mulcted in his riches; "ignominy," ~whereby he 81 2, 110 | that he ~might show the riches of the glory" and "of his 82 2, 110 | seems to be occasioned by riches; wherefore it ~is written ( 83 2, 110 | advantage ~hath the boasting of riches brought us?" Now excess 84 2, 110 | brought us?" Now excess of riches seems to ~belong to the 85 2, 110 | man prides himself on his riches. Hence ~(Prov. 8:18) "riches" 86 2, 110 | riches. Hence ~(Prov. 8:18) "riches" are significantly described 87 2, 115 | sustains life by means of riches, and wealth ~contributes 88 2, 115 | Luc. xii, 18) excess of riches is granted by God to some, 89 2, 115 | man so to give away his ~riches that nothing is left for 90 2, 115 | wish a man to pour out his riches ~all at once, but to dispense 91 2, 115 | of ~wealth. Now natural riches are more real than artificial 92 2, 115 | more real than artificial riches, ~according to the Philosopher ( 93 2, 115 | will make the best ~use of riches." Now such is the liberal 94 2, 115 | making use ~of money or riches.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[117] A[ 95 2, 115 | liberality to make good use of riches as ~such, because riches 96 2, 115 | riches as ~such, because riches are the proper matter of 97 2, 115 | to justice to make use of riches under another aspect, ~namely, 98 2, 115 | magnificence to make use of riches under a special ~aspect, 99 2, 115 | that a man should ~keep his riches. Wherefore the Philosopher 100 2, 116 | measure, to have external riches, in so far as they are necessary ~ 101 2, 116 | over-abound in external riches, without another man ~lacking 102 2, 116 | affection ~which a man has for riches when, for instance, a man 103 2, 116 | of reason with regard to riches. ~(tm)Aquin.: SMT SS Q[118] 104 2, 116 | the delightful good. And riches, as ~such, come under the 105 2, 116 | money, and he that loveth riches shall have no fruits ~from 106 2, 116 | the mean in the ~desire of riches. Therefore covetousness 107 2, 116 | immoderation with regard to riches ~in two ways. First, immediately 108 2, 116 | acquisition and keeping ~of riches. In this way a man obtains 109 2, 116 | interior affections for riches; for instance, when a man 110 2, 116 | a man loves or ~desires riches too much, or takes too much 111 2, 116 | acquisition and keeping of riches from the point of view of 112 2, 116 | denotes inordinate love of riches. Accordingly if the love ~ 113 2, 116 | Accordingly if the love ~of riches becomes so great as to be 114 2, 116 | that a man, through love of riches, fear not to act counter 115 2, 116 | so ~that although he love riches too much, yet he does not 116 2, 116 | unwilling for the sake of riches to do ~anything in opposition 117 2, 116 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Lust for riches, properly speaking, brings 118 2, 116 | preferring the love of ~riches to the love of God.~Aquin.: 119 2, 116 | goods, namely, external riches. Therefore covetousness 120 2, 116 | himself as a possessor of riches. ~Therefore covetousness 121 2, 116 | the fact that he possesses riches: wherefore it is not a sin ~ 122 2, 116 | himself with an excess of riches.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[118] A[ 123 2, 116 | apply to covetousness: since riches ~have the aspect, not of 124 2, 116 | as the last end does. Now riches give great ~promise of self-sufficiency, 125 2, 116 | excessive love of possessing riches, it exceeds in two ~things. 126 2, 116 | assist the needy with his ~riches [*See Q[30], A[1]]. In the 127 2, 117 | as regards ~affection for riches, the covetous man exceeds 128 2, 117 | disposed as not to care about riches, and sometimes on account ~ 129 2, 117 | deficient in solicitude about riches. But this is most becoming 130 2, 117 | literally of the desire of riches, for he had said previously ( 131 2, 117 | from whom he may receive riches.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[119] A[ 132 2, 117 | give and ~communicate their riches, according as they ought. 133 2, 117 | 1) that "the wasting of ~riches, which are the means whereby 134 2, 117 | man to whom God hath given riches . . . yet doth not give 135 2, 117 | we note ~that it consumes riches to excess, and with regard 136 2, 123 | be despoiled of earthly riches." Therefore fear is not 137 2, 127 | worthy of praise who despise riches in such a way ~as to do 138 2, 127 | virtue. It is different with riches and honors which are things ~ 139 2, 127 | accomplish things by means of riches, ~power and friends. Hence 140 2, 128 | for instance by ~reason of riches or goods of fortune. For, 141 2, 130 | the ~rich man glory in his riches. But let him that glorieth 142 2, 134 | Or despisest thou the riches of His goodness, and patience, 143 2, 139 | again by the desire for ~riches or for worldly glory: wherefore 144 2, 139 | external things, such as riches ~and station, and more still 145 2, 143 | and death ~[poverty and riches] are from God" [*The words 146 2, 143 | the Leonine edition. For riches the Vulgate has 'honestas']. 147 2, 143 | such as rank, power, and ~riches [*Ethic. i, 8]. For as the 148 2, 143 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, riches are comprised under the 149 2, 143 | and "that is money." Now riches ~come under the head of 150 2, 143 | Ecclus. 11:14): ~"Poverty and riches [honestas] are from God," 151 2, 143 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Riches are denominated honesty 152 2, 147 | perfection, even as from riches and the like.~Aquin.: SMT 153 2, 150 | external things, ~for instance riches; another, consisting in 154 2, 150 | he does not recover his ~riches by repenting of his sin. 155 2, 151 | while abundance refers to riches. Therefore lust is not properly ~ 156 2, 153 | to denote the desire for riches rather than the desire ~ 157 2, 153 | External goods, such as honors, riches and the like, as the ~Philosopher 158 2, 154 | in his desire for honor, riches, and so forth, ~which seem 159 2, 159 | those who despise ~earthly riches, according to Mt. 6:19,20, " 160 2, 184 | that "he who ~has exchanged riches for poverty in order to 161 2, 184 | consists in happiness. ~Now riches conduce to happiness; for 162 2, 184 | says (Ethic. i, 8) that "riches contribute instrumentally 163 2, 184 | many things by friends, by riches, by political ~influence, 164 2, 184 | treasure in heaven." Now ~riches once they are possessed 165 2, 184 | and ~the deceitfulness of riches choketh up the word" of 166 2, 184 | safeguard charity amidst riches: wherefore our Lord said ~( 167 2, 184 | places his ~affection in riches, according to the explanation 168 2, 184 | namely by not loving ~riches though placed in the midst 169 2, 184 | condemned for equaling riches to poverty, so was Jovinian 170 2, 184 | without injustice renounce riches. Wherefore Peter whom He 171 2, 184 | goods comprise not only riches but also honors. ~Therefore, 172 2, 184 | poverty, renounce earthly riches, ~there should be another 173 2, 184 | chastity, or to external ~riches of gold and silver which 174 2, 185 | sign of the ~contempt of riches and worldly ostentation. 175 2, 186 | Ecclus. ~31:1, "Watching for riches* consumeth the flesh." [* 176 2, 186 | to remove the desire of riches, wherefore it is written ~( 177 2, 186 | 7:8): "I . . . esteemed riches nothing in comparison with 178 2, 186 | inasmuch as by doing away with riches we remove certain ~obstacles 179 2, 186 | first is the cares ~which riches bring with them; wherefore 180 2, 186 | and the deceitfulness ~of riches, choketh up the word." The 181 2, 186 | The second is the love of riches, which ~increases with the 182 2, 186 | is difficult to despise riches when we ~have them, our 183 2, 186 | elation which results from riches, according to Ps. 48:7, ~" 184 2, 186 | the multitude of ~their riches."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[188] 185 2, 186 | altogether separated from ~riches whether great or small. 186 2, 186 | however, namely the love of riches and taking pride or ~glorying 187 2, 186 | taking pride or ~glorying in riches, result only from an abundance 188 2, 186 | difference in this matter if riches, whether ~abundant or moderate, 189 2, 186 | that to have excessive riches in common, whether in movable 190 2, 186 | imperfect if it lacked ~common riches; whereas those religious 191 2, 186 | should have an abundance of riches in common; that the common ~ 192 2, 186 | where there are excessive ~riches, possessed in private as 193 2, 186 | and ~the like are natural riches, while money is artificial 194 2, 186 | while money is artificial riches. Hence it ~is that certain 195 3, 3 | Or despisest thou the ~riches of His goodness?" Hence, 196 3, 7 | for ~these have to do with riches, which Christ spurned, according 197 3, 7 | praiseworthy in regard to ~riches, inasmuch as anyone does 198 3, 7 | altogether contemning all riches, Christ ~showed the highest 199 3, 15 | strength of Damascus, i.e. the riches which Damascus vaunted ~( 200 3, 15 | Damascus vaunted ~(for in riches the first place is given 201 3, 40 | which is a mean ~between riches and poverty; for it is written ( 202 3, 40 | me ~neither beggary nor riches; give me only the necessaries 203 3, 40 | ordinary manner of life as to riches and ~poverty, and have avoided 204 3, 40 | follow Me for the sake of riches and worldly gain, since ~ 205 3, 40 | need to avoid abundance ~of riches and beggary, in as far as 206 3, 40 | sin: since ~abundance of riches is an occasion for being 207 3, 40 | not only by possessing riches, but also by receiving the ~ 208 3, 41 | namely, to desire ~worldly riches and fame, to the extent 209 3, 41 | a sin to desire worldly riches and honors in an ~inordinate 210 3, 41 | instigating to a desire for riches and honors, but he went ~ 211 3, 42 | communicate without envy, and her riches I hide not." But ~sometimes 212 Suppl, 86| have made lawful use of riches will have greater merit 213 Suppl, 86| the other hand, outward riches choke the word of God by ~


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