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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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rectitude

    Part, Question
1 1, 21 | Dial. Verit. 13), it is a ~rectitude of the will, whereas truth 2 1, 60 | Author of nature. Yet the ~rectitude of natural love is different 3 1, 60 | love is different from the rectitude of charity and ~virtue: 4 1, 60 | virtue: because the one rectitude perfects the other; even 5 1, 63 | than a deviation ~from that rectitude which an act ought to have; 6 1, 63 | can never fall short of rectitude. Were the ~craftsman's hand 7 1, 63 | But every created will has rectitude of act so far only as it ~ 8 1, 61 | Author of nature. Yet the ~rectitude of natural love is different 9 1, 61 | love is different from the rectitude of charity and ~virtue: 10 1, 61 | virtue: because the one rectitude perfects the other; even 11 1, 64 | than a deviation ~from that rectitude which an act ought to have; 12 1, 64 | can never fall short of rectitude. Were the ~craftsman's hand 13 1, 64 | But every created will has rectitude of act so far only as it ~ 14 1, 93 | clear also from the very rectitude of the primitive state, 15 1, 93 | Therefore it is clear that the rectitude of the primitive state was ~ 16 1, 94 | Body Para. 2/2~But the very rectitude of the primitive state, 17 1, 94 | made man right." For this rectitude ~consisted in his reason 18 1, 94 | A[1]) that such was the rectitude of the primitive ~state, 19 1, 94 | 63], A[2]). Wherefore the rectitude of the primitive state ~ 20 2, 4 | is required?~(4) Whether rectitude of the will is required?~( 21 2, 4 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether rectitude of the will is necessary 22 2, 4 | OBJ 1: It would seem that rectitude of the will is not necessary 23 2, 4 | above (Q[3], A[4]). But rectitude of the will, by ~reason 24 2, 4 | many truths." Therefore ~rectitude of the will is not necessary 25 2, 4 | intellect, does not ~depend on rectitude of the will.~Aquin.: SMT 26 2, 4 | after ~arrival in port. But rectitude of will, which is by reason 27 2, 4 | Happiness once obtained, ~rectitude of the will is no longer 28 2, 4 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Rectitude of will is necessary for 29 2, 4 | concomitantly. Antecedently, because rectitude of the ~will consists in 30 2, 4 | obtain Happiness, without rectitude of ~the will. Concomitantly, 31 2, 5 | fall into a fault, since rectitude of the will, of necessity, ~ 32 2, 5 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Rectitude of the will, as stated above ( 33 2, 8 | which is a good either ~of rectitude or of pleasure, is in the 34 2, 18 | either the usefulness of rectitude or the motive of ~just necessity 35 2, 19 | regard to the means, the rectitude of ~the reason depends on 36 2, 19 | 32, serm. i.]. But the rectitude of the will is its goodness. 37 2, 19 | everything ~attains to rectitude and goodness, in so far 38 2, 21 | action strays from this ~rectitude, it comes under the notion 39 2, 21 | it turns aside from ~that rectitude, then it is said to be a 40 2, 39 | will is a ~condition of the rectitude of the will, as stated above ( 41 2, 39 | sorrow is incompatible with rectitude of the will, and that ~consequently 42 2, 39 | from these two things, the rectitude of the ~reason and the will. 43 2, 39 | is not necessary for the rectitude of his will, that ~man should 44 2, 56 | presupposes ~as its principle the rectitude of the will, as we shall 45 2, 56 | rightly disposed by the rectitude of the will, just as to 46 2, 57 | since it presupposes the ~rectitude thereof.~Aquin.: SMT FS 47 2, 57 | concerned. But ~perfection and rectitude of reason in speculative 48 2, 57 | and this depends on ~the rectitude of his appetite. Wherefore, 49 2, 57 | art does not presuppose rectitude of ~the appetite. The consequence 50 2, 57 | than unwillingly, since ~rectitude of the will is essential 51 2, 57 | in reference to the end, rectitude of choice ~requires two 52 2, 58 | 6) that "virtue is the ~rectitude and perfection of reason." 53 2, 60 | operations. Because the rectitude of all external operations 54 2, 60 | of justice ~to establish rectitude in various kinds of commutations, 55 2, 61 | virtue, which requires ~rectitude of the appetite: for such 56 2, 61 | virtue, and does not require rectitude of the appetite: because ~ 57 2, 61 | those virtues which imply rectitude of the ~appetite are called 58 2, 61 | belong to prudence which ~is rectitude of reason in things to be 59 2, 61 | due end, implies a certain rectitude, which seemingly ~belongs 60 2, 61 | prudence is merely a certain rectitude of discretion in any ~actions 61 2, 61 | whatever; justice, a certain rectitude of the mind, ~whereby a 62 2, 62 | Secondly, ~through the rectitude of the will which tends 63 2, 63 | conclusions, and the natural rectitude of the reason is more ~excellent 64 2, 64 | their passions; hence the rectitude of reason has ~to be established 65 2, 64 | measure. Consequently the ~rectitude of reason is the mean of 66 2, 65 | discretion belongs to ~prudence, rectitude to justice, moderation to 67 2, 65 | be without moderation or ~rectitude or discretion: and so forth. 68 2, 67 | will have most perfect ~rectitude in regard to things concerning 69 2, 68 | life" ~as referring to the rectitude of life which is measured 70 2, 68 | Justice is so called from the rectitude of the reason, and ~so it 71 2, 69 | else pertaining to the rectitude of the human will, besides 72 2, 72 | due to straying ~from the rectitude of reason, so falsehood, 73 2, 72 | straying more or ~less from the rectitude of reason.~Aquin.: SMT FS 74 2, 72 | departing from the one rectitude of reason. On the other 75 2, 73 | departs more or less from the rectitude of reason: and accordingly 76 2, 73 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, as rectitude of the reason is the cause 77 2, 77 | them suffices to hinder the rectitude ~of the will and of the 78 2, 83 | the will, ~because it is "rectitude of the will," as Anselm 79 2, 94 | action, ~truth or practical rectitude is not the same for all, 80 2, 94 | where there is the ~same rectitude in matters of detail, it 81 2, 94 | practical reason, truth or rectitude is the same for ~all, and 82 2, 94 | neither is the ~truth or rectitude the same for all, nor, where 83 2, 94 | same for all, both as to rectitude and as to knowledge. But 84 2, 94 | majority of cases, both ~as to rectitude and as to knowledge; and 85 2, 94 | it may ~fail, both as to rectitude, by reason of certain obstacles ( 86 2, 94 | drawn from them, having rectitude in the majority of cases, 87 2, 97 | stated above: wherefore ~rectitude of this kind is subject 88 2, 102 | betokened by the girdle; and rectitude of purpose, denoted ~by 89 2, 113 | nature, implies a certain rectitude of ~order, it may be taken 90 2, 113 | as it implies a certain ~rectitude of order in the interior 91 2, 113 | justice implies a general ~rectitude of order. Hence this transmutation 92 2, 8 | grace, there must needs be ~rectitude of the will, since grace 93 2, 10 | seems to be because of the ~rectitude of the will of the man who 94 2, 10 | corrupted, so ~that the rectitude of virtue is forsaken. For 95 2, 11 | man may deviate from the ~rectitude of the Christian faith. 96 2, 20 | altogether, but only the rectitude of hope. Since ~therefore 97 2, 31 | concern it is to safeguard the rectitude of justice between one man ~ 98 2, 41 | alone which has perfect rectitude ~would not seem to be a " 99 2, 41 | that which has some lack of rectitude, since what is perfectly ~ 100 2, 41 | something ~else surpasses it in rectitude, but because it has some 101 2, 41 | because it has some lack of ~rectitude, either through being evil 102 2, 41 | Now ~anything that lacks rectitude is a sin. Therefore scandal 103 2, 43 | wisdom denotes a certain ~rectitude of judgment according to 104 2, 43 | to the Eternal Law. Now rectitude of ~judgment is twofold: 105 2, 43 | A[4]), denotes a certain rectitude of judgment in the contemplation 106 2, 45 | reason, without regarding the rectitude of the ~appetite, they have 107 2, 45 | virtues which regard the rectitude of the appetite, have more 108 2, 45 | because ~art does not require rectitude of the appetite; wherefore 109 2, 45 | moral virtue ~ensures the rectitude of the intention of the 110 2, 45 | while prudence ensures ~the rectitude of the means." Therefore 111 2, 47 | of ~foresight, contains rectitude of counsel, judgment and 112 2, 48 | actions, wherefore ~the rectitude of their government is not 113 2, 48 | wherefore some kind of rectitude of ~government is required 114 2, 50 | it is evident that the ~rectitude of human reason is compared 115 2, 50 | supreme rule ~of all human rectitude. Consequently prudence, 116 2, 50 | prudence, which denotes rectitude of ~reason, is chiefly perfected 117 2, 51 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Rectitude of counsel belongs to the 118 2, 51 | more directly opposed to ~rectitude of counsel than over slowness 119 2, 51 | above all opposed to the rectitude of judgment.~Aquin.: SMT 120 2, 51 | reason. Now ~just as all rectitude of the practical reason 121 2, 51 | prudence, so all lack of that rectitude belongs to imprudence. ~ 122 2, 52 | pertains to the reason, and rectitude of solicitude to ~prudence. 123 2, 53 | matters ~one may sin against rectitude of knowledge in two ways: 124 2, 53 | the chief cause of lack of rectitude ~in the reason. Now these 125 2, 55 | be just, as having the rectitude of justice, when it is the 126 2, 56 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, rectitude of the will is not the will; 127 2, 56 | if the will ~were its own rectitude, it would follow that no 128 2, 56 | Veritate xii), justice is rectitude. Therefore ~justice is not 129 2, 56 | Justice is the same as rectitude, not essentially but ~causally; 130 2, 56 | Verit. xii) that "justice is rectitude ~of the will observed for 131 2, 56 | rational appetite, when the rectitude ~of the reason which is 132 2, 56 | that we ~consider man's rectitude in himself. Consequently, 133 2, 58 | when it is contrary to the ~rectitude of justice, and then it 134 2, 58 | usurped. For justice is rectitude in matters of action. Now 135 2, 67 | presumed that there is no rectitude ~where true faith is lacking, 136 2, 78 | bound in respect of the rectitude ~of virtue: and since a 137 2, 78 | necessary that without it moral rectitude ~cannot be ensured: and 138 2, 78 | it conduces to ~greater rectitude, although without it rectitude 139 2, 78 | rectitude, although without it rectitude may be ensured. This due ~ 140 2, 102 | virtue since virtue and ~rectitude of human will consist chiefly 141 2, 104 | due time according as the rectitude of ~virtue demands.~Aquin.: 142 2, 107 | the ~divine law; since rectitude of life depends on conformity 143 2, 107 | that law. ~This truth or rectitude is common to every virtue.~ 144 2, 107 | justice itself is a certain rectitude regulated according to ~ 145 2, 107 | justice a man observes the rectitude ~of the law in those judgments 146 2, 121 | secondly, by establishing ~the rectitude of reason in human affairs, 147 2, 121 | the establishment of this rectitude ~in human affairs. Now the 148 2, 121 | ways from ~following the rectitude of reason. First, through 149 2, 121 | something other than what the rectitude of reason ~requires; and 150 2, 142 | First on account of the rectitude of his judgement, as in 151 2, 143 | as it reflects ~internal rectitude. For this reason honesty 152 2, 150 | in accordance with ~the rectitude of reason. Now holy virginity 153 2, 156 | withdraws reason from its rectitude, and has ~therefore the 154 2, 156 | act, does not ~destroy the rectitude of reason. Hence Gregory 155 2, 156 | under the aspect of the rectitude of ~justice. On the part 156 2, 162 | Divine ~favor whereby the rectitude and integrity of human nature 157 3, 44 | righteousness, which implies rectitude of the will, and contrary 158 3, 46 | reason to ~deflect from the rectitude of its act, so that it then 159 3, 61 | This can be proved from the rectitude of that state, in which 160 3, 64 | Church as to the former rectitude, but not as to the latter, 161 Suppl, 1 | signifies this, implies ~rectitude of the will; and so it is 162 Suppl, 43| gives it an increase ~of rectitude. or else it is about things 163 Suppl, 49| extrinsic causes of its ~rectitude, but as causing in it that 164 Suppl, 49| but as causing in it that rectitude which belongs to it by ~ 165 Suppl, 49| of virtue may derive its rectitude both from the ~virtue as 166 Suppl, 49| useful good derives its ~rectitude not from the useful but 167 Suppl, 49| may cause the goodness of ~rectitude by virtue of the reason 168 Suppl, 49| whence also it derives its rectitude. Hence its ~sacramentality, 169 Suppl, 49| marriage goods are the cause of rectitude in the marriage act. Therefore ~ 170 Suppl, 72| himself. Hence since no rectitude is lacking to the saints, 171 Suppl, 93| necessary consists in the rectitude of the ~spirit not being


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