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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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judged

    Part, Question
1 1, 1 | lesser matters should be ~judged in the light of some higher 2 1, 12 | God and all things are ~judged in Him, because by the participation 3 1, 19 | be done, since nothing is judged of by that which ~appertains 4 1, 22 | counselled and 'synesis' rightly judged" [*Cf. FS, Q[57], A[6]]. 5 1, 23 | of any one part must be judged ~from the proportion of 6 1, 25 | seem that ~nothing is to be judged possible or impossible in 7 1, 49 | itself ~that a moral act is judged to be good. Nevertheless 8 1, 63 | rightness of engraving be judged by ~another rule, then the 9 1, 50 | itself ~that a moral act is judged to be good. Nevertheless 10 1, 64 | rightness of engraving be judged by ~another rule, then the 11 1, 102 | effect of any action may be judged from its end; ~because it 12 2, 20 | actions. Now a thing is ~judged to be good or bad according 13 2, 39 | on some ~supposition, is judged to be voluntary, as stated 14 2, 66 | things; and he himself is judged by no man" (1 ~Cor. 2:15). 15 2, 80 | before the imagination, is judged, as being something to be 16 2, 100 | law, certain things are judged in respect of ignorance 17 2, 4 | Since, however, a thing is judged simply with regard to its 18 2, 10 | matters which have once been judged and ~disposed of." Now all 19 2, 10 | against another, go to be judged before the unjust," ~i.e. 20 2, 45 | the things counselled and judged. And ~since this act approaches 21 2, 45 | been already counselled and judged in matters of ~action. Hence 22 2, 49 | certain things have to be judged beside these common rules, 23 2, 51 | has been counselled and ~judged.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[53] A[ 24 2, 58 | not, ~and ye shall not be judged." Therefore it is unlawful 25 2, 58 | the very fact that he is ~judged to be good, and deserving 26 2, 58 | deserving of contempt if he is judged to be evil. ~For this reason 27 2, 58 | unjust for anyone to ~be judged by one who has no public 28 2, 59 | you judge, you shall be judged: ~and with what measure 29 2, 60 | restitution, only when it may be judged with probability that the 30 2, 61 | First, in view of ~the thing judged, and in this way judgment 31 2, 62 | kills an evil-doer, shall be judged guilty of murder, and all ~ 32 2, 64 | for every ~thief shall be judged as is there written." Therefore 33 2, 71 | sins of word should be ~judged chiefly from the intention 34 2, 85 | directed to an end must be judged according to their ~fittingness 35 2, 93 | public crimes should be judged by our authority, ~after 36 2, 97 | His kingdom, you ~have not judged rightly." Hence by an extension 37 2, 116 | gravity of the sin is to be judged from the point of view of ~ 38 2, 131 | neighbor in preaching be judged strictly, ~without doubt 39 2, 152 | determination of the law is judged according ~to what happens 40 2, 152 | promised in marriage is to be ~judged differently from that of 41 2, 156 | Further, inward movements are judged according to their outward ~ 42 3, 1 | He succors not, having judged ~them in His predestination 43 3, 2 | union ought chiefly to be judged ~with reference to the dignity 44 3, 4 | whole human race; yet God judged it better to assume ~human 45 3, 15 | upon Himself whenever He judged ~they ought to be assumed; 46 3, 18 | Hence if anything ~is judged necessary to be done, without 47 3, 18 | since by His reason He judged ~it best that the Divine 48 3, 39 | must look forward to be judged"; and this is signified 49 3, 42 | things out of His wisdom He ~judged it right to make known to 50 3, 47 | act, for good or evil, is judged differently, ~accordingly 51 3, 49 | Thy cause hath been ~judged as that of the wicked cause 52 3, 55 | elsewhere: but ~because He judged it to be more suitable for 53 3, 58 | who before had come to be judged."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[58] A[ 54 3, 58 | who before had come to be judged."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[58] A[ 55 3, 59 | that those who were to be judged should ~see their judge. 56 3, 59 | their judge. But those to be judged were the good and the bad. 57 3, 59 | 17): "Thy cause hath been judged ~as that of the wicked, 58 3, 59 | perfectly and publicly ~judged.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[59] A[ 59 3, 59 | wicked angels alike were judged in the ~beginning of the 60 3, 59 | bliss. But those already judged have no need of being judged ~ 61 3, 59 | judged have no need of being judged ~again. Therefore Christ' 62 3, 59 | cannot be both judge and judged. But the ~angels will come 63 3, 59 | that the angels will not be judged by Christ.~Aquin.: SMT TP 64 3, 59 | all things, still he is judged by Truth Itself." ~Consequently, 65 3, 59 | creatures, ~still they are judged by Christ, inasmuch as He 66 3, 78 | the expression is ~to be judged as false simply; and the 67 3, 82 | unwilling for a man to be judged by his ~fellow man on arbitrary 68 3, 89 | may mean that he ~will be judged less severely: wherefore 69 3, 89 | believe that he will be judged with less ~severity, than 70 Suppl, 2 | applies to a man who ~is judged guilty of murder, if he 71 Suppl, 6 | own judge, ~but should be judged by another and consequently 72 Suppl, 19| not to admit those they judged into heaven, but only into 73 Suppl, 39| the case of ~Debbora, who judged Israel (Judges 2). Moreover 74 Suppl, 41| things alike in species are judged alike. But marriage ~intercourse 75 Suppl, 45| another freely. and this is judged to be the case if they show 76 Suppl, 59| unbelieving husband are to be judged alike, neither can ~the 77 Suppl, 60| Further, husband and wife are judged on a par. But it is not 78 Suppl, 62| husband and wife should be judged on a par ~with each other?~ 79 Suppl, 62| and wife ought ~not to be judged on a par with each other. 80 Suppl, 62| husband and wife were not judged on a par ~with each other, 81 Suppl, 62| divorce ought they to be judged on a par ~with each other.~ 82 Suppl, 62| consequently ~they ought not to be judged on a par with each other.~ 83 Suppl, 62| so they ~ought not to be judged on a par with each other.~ 84 Suppl, 62| Therefore they ~should not be judged on a par with each other 85 Suppl, 62| divorce husband and wife are judged on a par ~with each other, 86 Suppl, 62| other: but they are not judged on a par with each ~other 87 Suppl, 62| however, that they are not judged on a par with each other.~ 88 Suppl, 69| wherefore the ~contrary must be judged heretical as stated in Dial. 89 Suppl, 72| After the wicked ~have been judged, and cast into everlasting 90 Suppl, 72| will not rise again to be judged, since they are already ~ 91 Suppl, 72| since they are already ~judged [*Jn. 3:18].~Aquin.: SMT 92 Suppl, 75| since all who are to be judged were living at some time, 93 Suppl, 84| will judge and who will be judged; fourthly we shall treat 94 Suppl, 84| the points that need to be judged. Therefore, since the Divine ~ 95 Suppl, 84| everything that has to be judged. But all works, both good 96 Suppl, 84| and evil, ~will have to be judged (2 Cor. 5:10): "We must 97 Suppl, 84| life; and the dead were judged by those things which were 98 Suppl, 85| this judgment each one is judged individually ~according 99 Suppl, 85| thus a man is said to be judged according to ~human justice, 100 Suppl, 85| follows that each ~one will be judged. And yet God will not judge " 101 Suppl, 85| than each individual to be judged, as stated above. ~Wherefore 102 Suppl, 85| that all and each will be judged at the same ~moment." But 103 Suppl, 85| all ~and each could not be judged at the same moment. Therefore 104 Suppl, 85| pages of which all ~will be judged according to Apoc. 20, to 105 Suppl, 85| through God's words will be judged from ~those very words, 106 Suppl, 85| sinned in ~the Law shall be judged by the Law." Hence in a 107 Suppl, 85| necessary for those to be judged to stand on the ground, 108 Suppl, 85| of those who are to ~be judged. Therefore it is impossible 109 Suppl, 85| judge justly, since He was judged unjustly in the court of 110 Suppl, 85| of those who are to be ~judged, provided that Christ can 111 Suppl, 85| infirmity ~wherein He was judged unjustly, but under the 112 Suppl, 86| AND OF THOSE WHO WILL BE JUDGED AT THE GENERAL JUDGMENT ( 113 Suppl, 86| will judge and who will be judged at the ~general judgment. 114 Suppl, 86| any of the good will be judged?~(7) Whether any of the 115 Suppl, 86| any of the wicked will be judged?~(8) Whether the angels 116 Suppl, 86| the angels also will be judged?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[89] A[ 117 Suppl, 86| some ~person ought to be judged. In this sense the expression 118 Suppl, 86| according to which men will ~be judged: thus a book containing 119 Suppl, 86| whose ruling those who are judged are subject, wherefore ~ 120 Suppl, 86| presence of those who are to be judged signifies that they ~open 121 Suppl, 86| Further, Christ through being judged unjustly merited as man 122 Suppl, 86| persecution for justice' sake are judged ~unjustly. Therefore the 123 Suppl, 86| Further, a superior is not judged by his inferior. Now many 124 Suppl, 86| judge where ~those are to be judged.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[89] A[ 125 Suppl, 86| they ~had lawfully will be judged," and thus the same conclusion 126 Suppl, 86| because others will be judged in ~reference to the words 127 Suppl, 86| humbled Himself in that He was judged unjustly; for ~"He was offered 128 Suppl, 86| thirteenth, is not to be judged, or that they will ~judge 129 Suppl, 86| they will not arise to ~be judged, because they are "already 130 Suppl, 86| because they are "already judged" (Jn. 3:18). All, however, ~ 131 Suppl, 86| the judgment, not to be judged, but to see the Judge's ~ 132 Suppl, 86| Whether the good will be judged at the judgment?~Aquin.: 133 Suppl, 86| none of the good will be judged at the ~judgment. For it 134 Suppl, 86| believeth in Him is ~not judged." Now all the good believed 135 Suppl, 86| Therefore they will not be ~judged.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[89] A[ 136 Suppl, 86| Therefore ~the good will not be judged.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[89] A[ 137 Suppl, 86| into those who are to be judged. Hence Gregory observes 138 Suppl, 86| the blessed will not be judged.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[89] A[ 139 Suppl, 86| that all the good will be judged, since ~it is written (2 140 Suppl, 86| there is nothing else to be judged. Therefore all, even the 141 Suppl, 86| even the good, will be ~judged.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[89] A[ 142 Suppl, 86| judgment. Therefore all will be judged.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[89] A[ 143 Suppl, 86| of rewards, ~all will be judged, even the good, since the 144 Suppl, 86| be saved ~but will not be judged. Others, however, build 145 Suppl, 86| in this account will be ~judged, and yet they will be saved.~ 146 Suppl, 86| of those who are to be ~judged, but that it may be made 147 Suppl, 86| Whether the wicked will be judged?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[89] A[ 148 Suppl, 86| none of the wicked will be judged. For even as ~damnation 149 Suppl, 86| believeth not is already judged." ~Therefore in like manner 150 Suppl, 86| neither will other sinners be judged.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[89] A[ 151 Suppl, 86| all the wicked are to be judged, ~because all the wicked 152 Suppl, 86| Therefore all the wicked will be judged.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[89] A[ 153 Suppl, 86| the City of God will be judged as ~citizens, and sentence 154 Suppl, 86| judgment the angels will be judged?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[89] A[ 155 Suppl, 86| that the angels will be judged at the coming ~judgment. 156 Suppl, 86| thought they were to be judged forthwith." [*The ~reference 157 Suppl, 86| that the angels will be judged.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[89] A[ 158 Suppl, 86| wicked angels are already judged, wherefore it is written ( 159 Suppl, 86| of this world is already judged." Therefore the angels will ~ 160 Suppl, 86| the angels will ~not be judged in the time to come.~Aquin.: 161 Suppl, 86| and wicked, will not be judged ~as stated in the text of 162 Suppl, 86| good ~or wicked angels be judged.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[89] A[ 163 Suppl, 86| neither as judging nor as judged, but only men; but it will ~ 164 Suppl, 87| 17): "Thy cause hath been judged as that ~of the wicked - 165 Suppl, 87| the gloss. Now Christ was judged by Pilate with regard to 166 Suppl, 87| the form wherein He was judged: ~wherefore a gloss [*St. 167 Suppl, 87| the form wherein He was judged unjustly, that He may be 168 Suppl, 87| the ~wicked." Now He was judged in the form of weakness. 169 Suppl, 87| conspicuous than those who are ~judged. Now the elect who will 170 Suppl, 87| Now the elect who will be judged by Christ will have a glorified ~ 171 Suppl, 87| Para. 3/3~Further, as to be judged pertains to weakness, so 172 Suppl, 87| when Christ came to be ~judged, He appeared in the form 173 Suppl, 87| human nature wherein He was judged ~and likewise will judge; 174 Suppl, 87| Him when judging as when judged ~(Cf. ad 2).~Aquin.: SMT


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