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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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magnificence

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1 1, 21 | justice, liberality, and magnificence; and these ~reside not in 2 1, 51 | according to Ps. 8:2: "Thy magnificence is exalted beyond the heavens"; ~ 3 1, 52 | according to Ps. 8:2: "Thy magnificence is exalted beyond the heavens"; ~ 4 2, 60 | object of our hope, there is "magnificence" [*{megaloprepeia}]. ~With 5 2, 60 | concupiscible part, while magnificence and ~magnanimity are in 6 2, 60 | temperance, liberality, ~magnificence, magnanimity, "philotimia," 7 2, 64 | very great honors, and ~magnificence to very large expenditure, 8 2, 64 | case with magnanimity and magnificence. For if we ~look at the 9 2, 65 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, magnificence and magnanimity are moral 10 2, 65 | moral virtues without having magnificence or ~magnanimity: for the 11 2, 65 | eminent state, such as magnificence and magnanimity; and since 12 2, 65 | would ~acquire the habit of magnificence with but little practice: 13 2, 102 | of the temple, for the ~magnificence of a house depends on its 14 2, 105 | to ~make too much show of magnificence: both because he could scarcely 15 2, 90 | such as magnanimity and magnificence; vice exceeds the ~mean 16 2, 115 | virtues, such as justice and magnificence. Therefore it is not the ~ 17 2, 115 | another. ~And it belongs to magnificence to make use of riches under 18 2, 115 | some great deed. Hence magnificence stands in relation to liberality 19 2, 126 | parts to fortitude, namely ~"magnificence," "confidence," "patience," 20 2, 126 | and "perseverance." Now ~magnificence seems to pertain to liberality; 21 2, 126 | Q[117], A[5]). Therefore magnificence should not be ~reckoned 22 2, 126 | in face of danger. ~But magnificence and confidence do not essentially 23 2, 126 | magnanimity, confidence, security, magnificence, ~constancy, forbearance, 24 2, 126 | manliness, perseverance, magnificence." Therefore it seems ~that 25 2, 126 | respect Tully mentions "magnificence," which he describes ~as 26 2, 126 | virtues to ~principal: thus "magnificence" is referred by the Philosopher ( 27 2, 126 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Magnificence in the matter of liberality 28 2, 126 | disastrous. Wherefore although ~magnificence and confidence are referred 29 2, 126 | Tully, ~namely "confidence, magnificence, forbearance," which he 30 2, 126 | may be ~comprised under magnificence. For in performing deeds 31 2, 126 | For in performing deeds of magnificence one ~needs to have a constant 32 2, 126 | reason Tully says that ~magnificence consists not only in accomplishing 33 2, 126 | mentions "perseverance" and ~"magnificence," and with Macrobius, "magnanimity." " 34 2, 126 | matters of virtue." Besides magnificence he mentions {andragathia}, ~ 35 2, 126 | render "strenuousness." For magnificence ~consists not only in being 36 2, 127 | consider (1) Magnanimity; (2) Magnificence; ~(3) Patience; (4) Perseverance. 37 2, 127 | large sums of money, namely "magnificence."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[129] 38 2, 132 | 134] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF MAGNIFICENCE (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must 39 2, 132 | ARTICLES)~We must now consider magnificence and the vices opposed to 40 2, 132 | opposed to it. With ~regard to magnificence there are four points of 41 2, 132 | of inquiry:~(1) Whether magnificence is a virtue?~(2) Whether 42 2, 132 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether magnificence is a virtue?~Aquin.: SMT 43 2, 132 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that magnificence is not a virtue. For whoever 44 2, 132 | other virtues without having magnificence: because the ~Philosopher 45 2, 132 | magnificent." Therefore magnificence is not a virtue.~Aquin.: 46 2, 132 | according to Ethic. ii, ~6. But magnificence does not seemingly observe 47 2, 132 | stated in Metaph. ~x. Hence magnificence observes not the mean, but 48 2, 132 | after oneself. Therefore magnificence is not ~a virtue.~Aquin.: 49 2, 132 | things to be made." Now magnificence is about things ~to be made, 50 2, 132 | its very name denotes [*Magnificence= magna facere - i.e. ~to 51 2, 132 | participation of Divine power. But ~magnificence [virtutis] belongs to Divine 52 2, 132 | according to Ps. 47:35: ~"His magnificence and His power is in the 53 2, 132 | in the clouds." Therefore magnificence ~is a virtue.~Aquin.: SMT 54 2, 132 | something great, whence ~magnificence takes its name, belongs 55 2, 132 | notion of ~virtue. Hence magnificence denotes a virtue.~Aquin.: 56 2, 132 | liberal man has the habit of magnificence, either ~actually or in 57 2, 132 | Reply OBJ 2: It is true that magnificence observes the extreme, if 58 2, 132 | Reply OBJ 3: It belongs to magnificence to do something great. But 59 2, 132 | of act: and this is what magnificence does. ~Hence it is not an 60 2, 132 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether magnificence is a special virtue?~Aquin.: 61 2, 132 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that magnificence is not a special virtue. 62 2, 132 | not a special virtue. For ~magnificence would seem to consist in 63 2, 132 | of temperance. Therefore, magnificence is not a special virtue, 64 2, 132 | something great. Therefore magnificence is not ~a special virtue 65 2, 132 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, magnificence seems to belong to holiness, 66 2, 132 | Ps. 95:6): "Holiness and magnificence [Douay: 'Majesty'] in His ~ 67 2, 132 | Q[81], ~A[8]). Therefore magnificence is apparently the same as 68 2, 132 | answer that, It belongs to magnificence to do [facere] something ~ 69 2, 132 | great, as its name implies [magnificence= magna facere - i.e. to 70 2, 132 | Para. 2/3~Accordingly if magnificence be taken to denote the doing 71 2, 132 | dignity, and this is what magnificence does. In this ~way magnificence 72 2, 132 | magnificence does. In this ~way magnificence is a special virtue.~Aquin.: 73 2, 132 | 3~If, on the other hand, magnificence take its name from doing 74 2, 132 | strictly, for this is proper to magnificence. ~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[134] 75 2, 132 | other hand, it belongs to magnificence not only to do something ~ 76 2, 132 | Invent. ~Rhet. ii) that "magnificence is the discussing and administering 77 2, 132 | matter, it follows that magnificence does the ~same in every 78 2, 132 | OBJ 3: The intention of magnificence is the production of a great ~ 79 2, 132 | honor of God: wherefore magnificence does a ~great work especially 80 2, 132 | is the chief ~object of magnificence. For this reason magnificence 81 2, 132 | magnificence. For this reason magnificence is connected with ~holiness, 82 2, 132 | 1~Whether the matter of magnificence is great expenditure?~Aquin.: 83 2, 132 | seems that the matter of magnificence is not great ~expenditure. 84 2, 132 | 117], A[2]). ~Therefore magnificence is not about expenditure.~ 85 2, 132 | expenditure. Therefore ~magnificence also is not chiefly about 86 2, 132 | Further, it belongs to magnificence to produce an external work. ~ 87 2, 132 | not the proper matter of magnificence.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[134] A[ 88 2, 132 | vita beata xvi). Therefore ~magnificence is not about great expenditure.~ 89 2, 132 | says (Ethic. iv, 2) that "magnificence ~does not extend, like liberality, 90 2, 132 | above (A[2]), it belongs to magnificence to ~intend doing some great 91 2, 132 | expenditure. Hence it belongs to magnificence to ~spend much in order 92 2, 132 | much. Hence ~the matter of magnificence may be said to be both this 93 2, 132 | of money in general, and ~magnificence, which regards that which 94 2, 132 | accomplish the ~outward act of magnificence in things that are great 95 2, 132 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether magnificence is a part of fortitude?~ 96 2, 132 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that magnificence is not a part of fortitude. 97 2, 132 | part of fortitude. For ~magnificence agrees in matter with liberality, 98 2, 132 | but of justice. Therefore ~magnificence is not a part of fortitude.~ 99 2, 132 | about fear and darings. But magnificence ~seems to have nothing to 100 2, 132 | kind of action. Therefore magnificence seems to pertain to justice, ~ 101 2, 132 | with fortitude. Therefore magnificence should ~not be reckoned 102 2, 132 | i) and Andronicus reckon magnificence to be a part of fortitude.~ 103 2, 132 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, Magnificence, in so far as it is a special 104 2, 132 | be exceeded thereby. Now magnificence agrees with fortitude in 105 2, 132 | difficult, so also does ~magnificence: wherefore seemingly it 106 2, 132 | in the ~irascible. Yet magnificence falls short of fortitude, 107 2, 132 | the arduous thing to which magnificence ~tends, derives its difficulty 108 2, 132 | one's person. Wherefore ~magnificence is accounted a part of fortitude.~ 109 2, 132 | due: but liberality and magnificence regard ~sumptuary operations 110 2, 132 | concupiscible. On the other hand, magnificence ~regards expenditure in 111 2, 132 | expenditure: wherefore magnificence, like magnanimity, is apparently 112 2, 132 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Although magnificence does not agree with fortitude 113 2, 132 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Magnificence directs the use of art to 114 2, 133 | consider the vices opposed to magnificence: under which head ~there 115 2, 133 | magnificent do little things. But magnificence is a ~virtue. Therefore 116 2, 133 | special ~vice opposed to magnificence.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[135] A[ 117 2, 133 | opposed to little. Now, magnificence is not a vice, but a virtue. ~ 118 2, 133 | Ethic. ii, ~8; iv, 2) places magnificence as a mean between two opposite 119 2, 133 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Magnificence is so called from the great 120 2, 133 | little. But it ~is opposed to magnificence on the part of the great 121 2, 135 | poor man has the habit of magnificence without exercising ~the 122 2, 135 | deeds, which pertain to magnificence. Therefore constancy pertains 123 2, 135 | Therefore constancy pertains to ~magnificence rather than to perseverance.~ 124 2, 135 | greatness of the deed which magnificence ~considers, yet from its 125 2, 138 | of fortitude, so also are magnificence, magnanimity, and ~confidence, 126 2, 138 | also have ~been precepts of magnificence and magnanimity.~Aquin.: 127 2, 138 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Magnificence and magnanimity do not belong 128 2, 138 | than of precepts about magnificence and magnanimity. On the 129 2, 150 | of virtue: for example, magnificence which is about great ~expenditure 130 2, 150 | related ~to chastity as magnificence to liberality.~Aquin.: SMT 131 2, 150 | temperance, but not that of magnificence. It is in this way ~that 132 2, 150 | above chastity, even as magnificence is reckoned above liberality.~ 133 2, 158 | A[3], ad 1), that while ~magnificence is about great expenditure, 134 3, 7 | the case of liberality and magnificence, for ~these have to do with 135 3, 7 | Reply OBJ 3: Liberality and magnificence are praiseworthy in regard 136 3, 7 | highest kind of liberality and magnificence; although He also ~performed 137 3, 57 | according to Ps. 8:2: "For Thy magnificence is elevated ~above the heavens, 138 Suppl, 7 | large sums is the object of magnificence, although the ~ordinary 139 Suppl, 16| man can ~have the habit of magnificence, but not the act, because 140 Suppl, 16| wealth which is the matter of magnificence, but he can ~be possessed


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