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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | has the habit of a virtue judges rightly of what ~concerns 2 1, 16 | thing is." When, however, it judges that a thing corresponds 3 1, 16 | simple act of intelligence He judges ~of all things and knows 4 1, 16 | truth: whereas in ~fact it judges all things according to 5 1, 25 | to ~be possible which it judges to be impossible." Whence 6 1, 25 | the wisdom of this world judges them; but in reference to 7 1, 25 | impossible to nature, it judges to be impossible to God. 8 1, 39 | be ~rendered "Gods" or "Judges": and this word is used 9 1, 59 | objects known; for sense judges of particular objects, ~ 10 1, 59 | particular objects, ~while reason judges of universals. Therefore 11 1, 39 | be ~rendered "Gods" or "Judges": and this word is used 12 1, 60 | objects known; for sense judges of particular objects, ~ 13 1, 60 | particular objects, ~while reason judges of universals. Therefore 14 1, 77 | things; for each ~sense judges of its proper object. In 15 1, 77 | OBJ 2: The proper sense judges of the proper sensible by ~ 16 1, 82 | sheep, seeing the wolf, judges it a thing to be ~shunned, 17 1, 82 | free judgment, because it judges, not ~from reason, but from 18 1, 82 | his apprehensive power he judges that something should be 19 1, 82 | of the act by ~which man judges freely. Now in us the principle 20 1, 84 | a ~fever-stricken person judges a sweet thing to be bitter, 21 1, 84 | when, for example, it ~judges the sun to be only a foot 22 1, 84 | sensible objects, as when it judges that vinegar is honey by ~ 23 1, 107 | contrary, It is written (Judges 5:20): "Stars remaining 24 1, 118 | First, because this opinion judges of living bodies as of inanimate ~ 25 2, 7 | persuades, the politician judges. To the theologian this 26 2, 10 | such ~a way by a passion, judges something to be fitting 27 2, 13 | is to be done. But reason judges of necessity ~about some 28 2, 14 | reason makes no inquiry, ~but judges at once. Consequently there 29 2, 15 | affection for that of which he judges, there is no ~sentence," 30 2, 17 | once by act: for he who judges that a thing ~should be 31 2, 17 | man inquires, considers, judges, approves." Therefore the 32 2, 19 | tends to ~that which reason judges to be evil; so, when in 33 2, 19 | it ~tends to what reason judges to be good. But the will 34 2, 19 | according to which God judges our works." For the goodness 35 2, 51 | things; while the reason judges in a single act, what should 36 2, 57 | 2. Wherefore it rightly judges all things and sets them 37 2, 57 | sciences, inasmuch as it judges of them all, not only as 38 2, 57 | is based: for "{synesis}" judges of actions according to 39 2, 58 | virtue: for the virtuous man judges aright of the end of virtue, ~ 40 2, 65 | prudence, that counsels, ~judges, and commands in those things 41 2, 74 | as the speculative reason judges and delivers ~its sentence 42 2, 74 | so the practical reason judges ~and pronounces sentence 43 2, 93 | when a cognitive power judges of its proper object, according 44 2, 95 | entrusted to the decision ~of judges, than to frame laws in addition.~ 45 2, 95 | than left to be decided by judges": and ~this for three reasons. 46 2, 95 | necessarily to be committed to judges," as the Philosopher says 47 2, 100 | own accord and at once, judges to be done or ~not to be 48 2, 105 | we read about each of the judges who ~succeeded Josue that 49 2, 105 | full power, but gave them judges and ~governors to rule them. 50 2, 105 | another. For it established judges, as is clearly indicated 51 2, 105 | 18: ~"Thou shalt appoint judges and magistrates in all its [ 52 2, 105 | judgment, by forbidding judges to ~accept bribes (Ex. 23: 53 2, 105 | 7: The purpose for which judges are appointed among men, 54 2, 105 | prescribed (Dt. 16:18) that ~"judges and magistrates" should 55 2, 105 | see that the words of the judges within thy gates do vary; ~ 56 2, 105 | was not punished by the judges but expiated ~his sin by 57 2, 8 | said to be a fool if he judges wrongly about the ~common 58 2, 19 | unbeliever. But he who despairs judges not ~thus, but that, for 59 2, 23 | seem evil. For as the taste judges of ~savors according to 60 2, 43 | presupposes faith, because "a man judges well what he knows" ~(Ethic. 61 2, 43 | has the habit of chastity judges of such ~matters by a kind 62 2, 43 | consults them, in so far as it judges of human acts by Divine 63 2, 43 | 17) that the wise man ~"judges without dissimulation [* 64 2, 45 | to ~right reason, which judges the common good to be better 65 2, 45 | for it takes counsel, ~judges and commands aright in respect 66 2, 49 | for another virtue, which judges well, and this is called ~{ 67 2, 49 | the result being that one ~judges well of the objects of appetite: 68 2, 49 | Hence after the virtue which judges ~aright there is a further 69 2, 49 | according to common law) judges: ~and corresponding to such 70 2, 49 | according to common law) judges ~rightly about all actions 71 2, 51 | judgment, in so far as it ~judges the truth of the results 72 2, 58 | Ethic. i, 3) that "everyone judges well of what he ~knows," 73 2, 58 | would seem to belong only to judges. But the ~act of justice 74 2, 58 | every just man. Since then judges are ~not the only just men, 75 2, 58 | disposition of the one who judges, on which depends his ~aptness 76 2, 58 | 18): "Thou shalt appoint judges ~and magistrates in all 77 2, 58 | secondly, when a man judges about matters wherein he 78 2, 58 | the good of the person who judges, if he judge truly, and 79 2, 58 | established and passed, the judges may judge no longer of them, ~ 80 2, 58 | described as unjust, if he who ~judges lacks the habit of justice 81 2, 58 | concern as ~of the other judges, to whom this was commanded [* 82 2, 61 | Babylon from the ancient judges, that seemed to ~govern 83 2, 62 | killed himself, as related in Judges 16, and yet ~he is numbered 84 2, 65 | Daniel; indeed they were judges of the people. ~Therefore 85 2, 65 | it is stated that ~the judges should first of all be asked 86 2, 65 | make it ~clear that the judges ought to judge the truth 87 2, 65 | true man: whereas other judges do not judge in virtue ~ 88 2, 65 | Divine justice. Now God judges ~the sinner even though 89 2, 65 | is a difference between judges of ~lower degree and the 90 2, 67 | relation to the person whom he judges. ~Therefore the accused 91 2, 67 | unlawful to appeal from the judges chosen by common ~consent. 92 2, 67 | to appeal from ordinary judges.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[69] A[ 93 2, 67 | appealing from the decision of ~judges of our own choice, who have 94 2, 67 | is not ~probable that the judges would fail to judge justly 95 2, 69 | other: and consequently judges receive out of the public ~ 96 2, 74 | for the same reason he judges himself ~worthy of being 97 2, 75 | is manifest: for ~"a man judges of what he knows" (Ethic. 98 2, 86 | daughter on account of his vow (Judges 11). Since, ~then, the slaying 99 2, 86 | Jephte, who as related in ~Judges 11:30,31, "made a vow to 100 2, 86 | wicked." Yet it is premised (Judges 11:29) that ~"the Spirit 101 2, 93 | interpreting of a dream (Judges 7:15): and Eliezer, Abraham' 102 2, 95 | a tempter: thus Samson (Judges ~14:12) proposed a riddle 103 2, 95 | victory promised to him (Judges 6:36, sqq.). Yet they were 104 2, 123 | not this, for a gloss on Judges 7:3, "Whosoever is fearful," ~ 105 2, 123 | order of reason. Now reason judges certain evils to ~be shunned 106 2, 123 | order to avoid what reason judges to be more ~avoided: thus 107 2, 142 | attested, because ~"everyone judges well of what is known to 108 2, 145 | Ethic. ii, 6. Now reason ~judges it expedient, on account 109 2, 154 | whereas the intemperate man judges ~what he desires to be good. 110 2, 154 | itself, inasmuch ~as he judges this thing good, in order 111 2, 155 | of soul, in so far as it judges equitable that a person ~ 112 2, 156 | likeness to God, since God judges ~with tranquillity according 113 2, 156 | assigned, "whereby the judges deliberate together on the 114 2, 156 | becomes like to God, Who judges "with ~tranquillity" (Wis. 115 2, 160 | who commits fornication, judges that for the ~time being 116 2, 170 | prophecy to those whom He judges best to give it to.~Aquin.: 117 2, 172 | it is related of Samson (Judges 15:14) that "the ~Spirit 118 2, 173 | phantasms that the intellect ~judges of and coordinates sensible 119 2, 175 | as we read of Deborah (Judges 4:4), and ~of Holda the 120 2, 185 | others husbandmen, others judges, and others teachers, ~and 121 3, 55 | because sight specially ~judges of the common sensibles, 122 3, 56 | are the effects of Him who judges. Now it ~belongs to Christ, 123 3, 59 | to Him. But the ~Father judges Him not, for He is the Truth 124 3, 59 | Consequently, whatever the Father judges, He judges through It." 125 3, 59 | whatever the Father judges, He judges through It." Further ~on 126 3, 59 | saying: "Therefore the Father judges no man, but has ~given all 127 3, 59 | the Son is His ~art, so He judges all things through the Son, 128 3, 59 | closer to ~the effects, so He judges men through the Man Christ, 129 3, 59 | through His Word, so He judges all things ~through His 130 3, 59 | in the ~present time God judges both temporal and spiritual 131 3, 59 | 1/2~Reply OBJ 3: Christ judges not only the angels, but 132 3, 69 | of which it is written (Judges 3:1,2): ~"These are the 133 3, 75 | senses, ~as it is when sense judges that to be bread which faith 134 Suppl, 8 | have ~several priests or judges of his own, for then he 135 Suppl, 17| command vested in the one ~who judges. And since the act of the 136 Suppl, 17| of discretion whereby he judges a man to be worthy, and ~ 137 Suppl, 20| to ~the Law, the lesser judges were not competent to decide 138 Suppl, 20| had recourse to the higher judges, according to Ex. 24:14: " 139 Suppl, 22| which none ~have but the judges of the external tribunal. 140 Suppl, 22| dissentients. Now God, Who judges all the earth, does not 141 Suppl, 24| excommunication ~pronounced by several judges; and then, when absolved 142 Suppl, 26| in his solicitude, like judges over each city. Hence them 143 Suppl, 39| Debbora, who judged Israel (Judges 2). Moreover martyrdom and 144 Suppl, 45| wife, because the Church judges according to outward appearances; 145 Suppl, 47| that he did consent, but judges this compulsory consent 146 Suppl, 85| a second time." But God judges now of mans' every ~work, 147 Suppl, 86| OBJ 2: Further, whoever judges has authority over that 148 Suppl, 86| authority over that which he judges. ~Now those things about 149 Suppl, 86| potest.) that for "the judges to open the books of their ~ 150 Suppl, 86| followed God will be the judges; those who made right use 151 Suppl, 86| rendered competent to be judges as loving the ~truth of 152 Suppl, 87| Para. 2/3~Further, he who judges should be more conspicuous


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