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TREATISE ON TEMPERANCE QUESTION FAOB CXLI OF TEMPERANCE
OF THE VICES OPPOSED TO TEMPERANCE
OF THE PARTS OF TEMPERANCE IN GENERAL
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abstinence adultery Ambrose says anger angry answer Apostle Apostle says ashamed belongs bodily body capital vice chastity chiefly clemency and meekness concupiscence considered continence contrary coveting decalogue denotes desires and pleasures disgraceful Divine drink drunkenness evil excellence excess fasting flesh fore fortitude FOURTH ARTICLE Further gloss gluttony God's greater grievous Hence Augustine says honesty honour human immoderate incest incontinence inordinate intemperance intercourse knowledge man's marriage matter Matth mind moderation modesty mortal mortal sins namely nature Objection one's opposed passions person pertains Philosopher Ethic Philosopher says Ethic pleasures of touch points of inquiry precepts pride proceed properly punishment reckoned regards Reply Obj result right reason sacrilege SECOND ARTICLE Secondly seemingly seems sense sensitive appetite sexual intercourse shamefacedness sins sobriety soul special virtue species of lust spiritual temperance things THIRD ARTICLE thou Tully unlawful venereal act venereal pleasure virginity virtuous whereas whereby Wherefore wine woman written Ecclus