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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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praiseworthy

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1 1, 19 | good is more ~pleasing and praiseworthy when contrasted with evil." 2 1, 97 | therein; whence contingency is praiseworthy, whereby man refrains ~from 3 1, 97 | continence would not have been ~praiseworthy in the state of innocence, 4 1, 97 | innocence, whereas it is praiseworthy in our ~present state, not 5 2, 5 | bears these trials in a ~praiseworthy manner. And since the happiness 6 2, 24 | the act; for it is more praiseworthy to do ~a work of charity 7 2, 24 | ii, 7) that modesty ~is a praiseworthy passion. Therefore some 8 2, 39 | Further, the virtuous good is praiseworthy and meritorious. But ~sorrow 9 2, 59 | only blameless, but even praiseworthy." But ~nothing praiseworthy 10 2, 59 | praiseworthy." But ~nothing praiseworthy is incompatible with moral 11 2, 2 | makes the virtuous act less praiseworthy. For just as a man ought ~ 12 2, 5 | this way, to believe ~is a praiseworthy action. Secondly, because 13 2, 10 | On the other hand, it is praiseworthy to ~dispute about the faith 14 2, 18 | opposition to God, and thus it is praiseworthy to have no ~regard for men, 15 2, 19 | with the true ~opinion, is praiseworthy and virtuous, so the contrary 16 2, 22 | not every friendship is praiseworthy and ~virtuous, as in the 17 2, 28 | nothing contrary to virtue is praiseworthy. But nemesis ~is contrary 18 2, 28 | ii, 9), and yet it ~is a praiseworthy passion (Rhet. ii, 9). Therefore 19 2, 28 | undeserving: "both of ~these are praiseworthy and come from the same disposition 20 2, 28 | even as passions, they are praiseworthy. Yet nothing prevents ~them 21 2, 30 | spiritual alms. For it is more praiseworthy to give an alms to one who 22 2, 30 | Further, an alms is less praiseworthy and meritorious if the ~ 23 2, 30 | State, since it would be a praiseworthy act to endanger one's ~life 24 2, 30 | such cases it would seem praiseworthy to forego the ~requirements 25 2, 30 | means. To give thus is ~praiseworthy, wherefore Our Lord (Lk. 26 2, 30 | and in this sense it is ~praiseworthy to give alms: secondly, 27 2, 30 | sufficiently; this is not praiseworthy, and it would be better 28 2, 34 | But this is sometimes praiseworthy: for it is ~written (Prov. 29 2, 34 | about ~virtuous goods, it is praiseworthy, according to 1 Cor. 14: 30 2, 35 | evil will) is destroyed, is praiseworthy. In this way Paul was to ~ 31 2, 36 | dispute, for then it would be praiseworthy, ~hence Tully says (De Rhet. 32 2, 36 | measure of acrimony, it is ~praiseworthy: whereas, if it denote a 33 2, 40 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, it is praiseworthy to deliver a multitude from 34 2, 53 | about works of mercy is praiseworthy, ~according to 2 Tim. 1: 35 2, 53 | solicitude about the future is praiseworthy.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[55] A[ 36 2, 56 | himself, ~whereas justice is praiseworthy in respect of the virtuous 37 2, 62 | members, it will be both praiseworthy and ~advantageous to have 38 2, 62 | account of some sin, it is ~praiseworthy and advantageous that he 39 2, 67 | conduct in the former case is ~praiseworthy, in the latter sinful. Accordingly 40 2, 69 | so: although it would be praiseworthy to do so where one is ~not 41 2, 70 | to anger, but it would be praiseworthy ~to be silent, in order 42 2, 71 | than ~to himself. But it is praiseworthy for a man to suffer his 43 2, 79 | to another is the more ~praiseworthy, according as the person 44 2, 79 | religion would seem less praiseworthy than the other virtues whereby ~ 45 2, 79 | seem ~that religion is less praiseworthy than the other human virtues.~ 46 2, 79 | more needy the man the more praiseworthy the offering, ~because it 47 2, 86 | 1/1~Whether it is more praiseworthy and meritorious to do something 48 2, 86 | would seem that it is more praiseworthy and meritorious to do ~a 49 2, 100 | common good: wherefore it is praiseworthy to expose oneself to the 50 2, 102 | deed is rendered virtuous, praiseworthy and meritorious, ~chiefly 51 2, 102 | the more ~meritorious and praiseworthy, the less it holds its own." 52 2, 102 | its own, is nonetheless praiseworthy, provided ~the will of him 53 2, 102 | for God's sake, is more praiseworthy than the other moral ~virtues, 54 2, 102 | point of view ~it is more praiseworthy to obey God than to offer 55 2, 104 | seem to be all the more praiseworthy ~according as it is done 56 2, 104 | Therefore it is apparently ~more praiseworthy to repay a favor at once.~ 57 2, 104 | reason; wherefore it is not praiseworthy to forestall the ~proper 58 2, 104 | action, ~in so far as it is praiseworthy and is deserving of gratitude, 59 2, 105 | recollection of a thing so very ~praiseworthy. When we say: He must not 60 2, 106 | Chrysostom] says: "It is praiseworthy to be ~patient under our 61 2, 107 | But this is not always ~praiseworthy - neither in good things, 62 2, 108 | that it ~was owing to some praiseworthy sentiment that they were 63 2, 122 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, it is praiseworthy to offer oneself to do an 64 2, 122 | of ~virtue. But it is not praiseworthy to court martyrdom, rather 65 2, 122 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, a praiseworthy act belongs chiefly to the 66 2, 122 | endurance ~of death is not praiseworthy in itself, but only in so 67 2, 125 | daring is not sinful but ~praiseworthy.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[127] A[ 68 2, 125 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: It is praiseworthy to act quickly after taking 69 2, 125 | before taking ~counsel is not praiseworthy but sinful; for this would 70 2, 125 | to act quickly is so far praiseworthy as ~it is directed by reason.~ 71 2, 127 | properties of every virtue are praiseworthy. But ~magnanimity has certain 72 2, 128 | presumption is something praiseworthy, ~rather than a sin.~Aquin.: 73 2, 130 | it is no sin to ~desire praiseworthy renown: indeed, it seems 74 2, 130 | better. In this sense it is praiseworthy that a man should "take 75 2, 133 | reckoning is apparently praiseworthy, ~since man's good is to 76 2, 133 | account. Hence this is not praiseworthy, but sinful and reprehensible, ~ 77 2, 134 | is neither marvelous nor ~praiseworthy, for it is no patience at 78 2, 134 | because he behaves in a praiseworthy manner ~by suffering [patiendo] 79 2, 134 | Begone Satan," that "it is praiseworthy to be patient under our 80 2, 135 | the passions, the more ~praiseworthy is it to persevere in accordance 81 2, 140 | touch. ~Now seemingly it is praiseworthy and virtuous to be altogether 82 2, 140 | observed that it is sometimes praiseworthy, and ~even necessary for 83 2, 140 | in itself, but for some ~praiseworthy end, in order, namely, to 84 2, 142 | 2: Further, whatever is praiseworthy is either a virtue or something ~ 85 2, 142 | virtue. Now shamefacedness is praiseworthy. But it is not ~part of 86 2, 142 | shamefacedness implies a praiseworthy act; wherefore from many ~ 87 2, 142 | results. But a habit of praiseworthy deeds is a virtue, ~according 88 2, 142 | denotes whatever is good and ~praiseworthy in human acts or passions; 89 2, 142 | a virtue, since it is a praiseworthy passion.~Aquin.: SMT SS 90 2, 144 | virtue. For every ~virtue is praiseworthy by itself. But abstinence 91 2, 144 | itself. But abstinence is not praiseworthy by ~itself; for Gregory 92 2, 150 | which ~purpose is rendered praiseworthy by its end, in so far, to 93 2, 150 | which renders ~virginity praiseworthy is that one may have leisure 94 2, 153 | 1~On the contrary, Every praiseworthy habit would seem to be a 95 2, 153 | something, wherein it is praiseworthy that ~reason should withhold 96 2, 153 | withdrawal: since in these it is praiseworthy to remain firm in ~pursuing 97 2, 153 | concupiscence arises from a praiseworthy spiritual cause, for instance ~ 98 2, 156 | to be punished, but it is praiseworthy to desire vengeance ~as 99 2, 156 | the desire of anger ~is praiseworthy, and is called "zealous 100 2, 159 | conveys the notion of a praiseworthy self-abasement to the lowest 101 2, 164 | behooves him to exercise a praiseworthy restraint on this desire, ~ 102 2, 165 | one's position. ~This is praiseworthy, according to Heb. 10:24, " 103 2, 183 | Now it is ~lawful and praiseworthy to desire a good work. Therefore 104 2, 183 | work. Therefore it is even ~praiseworthy to desire the office of 105 2, 183 | Q[184], A[7]). But it is praiseworthy to desire to ~enter the 106 2, 183 | state. Therefore it is also praiseworthy to desire ~promotion to 107 2, 183 | Therefore it ~would seem praiseworthy to desire the office of 108 2, 183 | Therefore it would seem praiseworthy to desire the office of ~ 109 2, 183 | s neighbor is in itself ~praiseworthy, and virtuous. Nevertheless, 110 2, 183 | Pastor. i, 8) that "it was praiseworthy to ~seek the office of a 111 2, 183 | since this pertains to a praiseworthy ease." On the ~other hand, 112 2, 185 | the first two ways it is praiseworthy to wear humble ~apparel, 113 2, 186 | business to do so: for it is praiseworthy to give away ~one's own, 114 2, 186 | for this pertains to a ~praiseworthy leisure." That a man be 115 2, 187 | fulfilment of a vow is more ~praiseworthy than if it be done apart 116 2, 187 | a ~good work is the more praiseworthy through proceeding from 117 2, 187 | Therefore it is in itself ~praiseworthy to bind oneself by vow to 118 2, 187 | Therefore it would not seem praiseworthy to induce ~others to enter 119 2, 187 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is praiseworthy to enter religion without 120 2, 187 | OBJ 1: It would not seem praiseworthy to enter religion without 121 3, 7 | Liberality and magnificence are praiseworthy in regard to ~riches, inasmuch 122 3, 15 | 5: A penitent can give a praiseworthy example, not by having ~ 123 3, 15 | is without sin - nay, is ~praiseworthy, e.g. when anyone seeks 124 3, 28 | of ~perfection are more praiseworthy when performed in fulfilment 125 3, 40 | these lives are lawful and praiseworthy - namely, that a man withdraw ~ 126 3, 46 | very truth ~some sadness is praiseworthy, as Augustine proves (De 127 3, 51 | The Gospel mentions as praiseworthy the ~deed of those who received 128 3, 80 | Lord." Therefore, it is not praiseworthy for a man to receive this ~ 129 3, 80 | 4: Further, if it were a praiseworthy custom to receive this ~ 130 3, 80 | Consequently, it does not seem praiseworthy to receive it ~daily.~Aquin.: 131 3, 80 | Consequently, it is not praiseworthy to receive ~this sacrament 132 3, 80 | Consequently, humility is ~not praiseworthy if anyone abstains altogether 133 3, 85 | special virtue, but is a praiseworthy emotion proceeding from ~ 134 3, 85 | special reason for being praiseworthy, there ~must needs be a 135 3, 85 | order of time, certain ~praiseworthy acts can precede the act 136 Suppl, 3 | corruption of the body, is praiseworthy. For Anselm says (Orat. ~ 137 Suppl, 41| refrains from marriage is praiseworthy. ~Therefore the marriage 138 Suppl, 71| the same count as it is ~praiseworthy, namely inasmuch as it is 139 Suppl, 86| remains, have at least a ~praiseworthy act of faith, which though 140 Suppl, 91| pains of others, and most praiseworthy to grieve for ~them. Therefore 141 Suppl, 91| 1~Reply OBJ 3: It is not praiseworthy in a wayfarer to rejoice 142 Suppl, 91| afflictions as such: yet it is praiseworthy if he rejoice in ~them as 143 Suppl, 91| sometimes such passions are ~praiseworthy, as indicating the good 144 Suppl, 93| has not been ~at all times praiseworthy. Now it would not have been 145 Suppl, 93| Now it would not have been praiseworthy to ~observe virginity in 146 Suppl, 93| act, it was not altogether praiseworthy ~to abstain from carnal 147 Suppl, 95| virtues. ~Now a will elicits praiseworthy acts by reason of virtuous 148 Suppl, 95| Therefore there may be praiseworthy acts of the will in some


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