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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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judging

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1 1, 1 | the twofold manner of ~judging produces a twofold wisdom. 2 1, 1 | virtue. The first manner of judging divine things belongs to 3 1, 1 | things." The second manner of judging belongs to this doctrine 4 1, 17 | through their apprehending or judging things to be ~otherwise 5 1, 17 | same position as ~regards judging of such things, as sense 6 1, 17 | things, as sense is as to judging of common, or ~accidental, 7 1, 78 | imagination: then the mind by judging of the truth or error of ~ 8 1, 78 | same man, examining and judging of ~itself, is called phronesis [ 9 1, 84 | itself for the purpose of judging of external things.~Aquin.: 10 2, 15 | Orth. ii, 22) that "after ~judging, man approves and embraces 11 2, 16 | act of understanding or judging. Consequently the speculative 12 2, 34 | sovereign or greatest good. But, judging from ~his arguments, he 13 2, 57 | understanding and science, by ~judging both of the conclusions 14 2, 71 | 5] Body Para. 4/4~Now in judging about things, we must be 15 2, 74 | reason deliberating and judging, as ~stated above (Q[15], 16 2, 74 | truth; it consults it by judging and ~directing other things 17 2, 93 | well of what he knows," by ~judging, namely, whether what is 18 2, 93 | we ~speak of a superior judging of a subordinate by a kind 19 2, 99 | astray, to the extend of judging to be lawful, things that 20 2, 31 | himself above ~his neighbor, judging the latter's sins with harsh 21 2, 43 | is . . . without judging, without dissimulation']". 22 2, 43 | of mercy and good fruits, judging ~without dissimulation [* 23 2, 43 | dissimulation [*Vulg.: 'without judging, without ~dissimulation']." 24 2, 43 | indicated by the words ~"judging without dissimulation [* 25 2, 43 | is . . . without judging, without dissimulation']," 26 2, 44 | denotes dullness of sense ~in judging, and chiefly as regards 27 2, 44 | so as to be incapable ~of judging spiritual things. Now man' 28 2, 45 | perfection of art consists in ~judging and not in commanding: wherefore 29 2, 46 | Further, just as counselling, judging and commanding are acts 30 2, 49 | deliberating well {euboulia}, of judging well according to common 31 2, 49 | common law ~{synesis}, and of judging well according to general 32 2, 49 | 1/1~Whether {synesis} (judging well according to common 33 2, 49 | Ethic. ii, 1. But {synesis} (judging well ~according to common 34 2, 49 | 11). Therefore {synesis} (judging well according to common ~ 35 2, 49 | same book (10), {synesis} (judging well ~according to common 36 2, 49 | nothing but "a faculty of judging." But ~judgment without 37 2, 49 | it seems that {synesis} (judging well according to ~common 38 2, 49 | If therefore {synesis} (judging well ~according to common 39 2, 49 | reasonable. Therefore {synesis} (judging well according to common 40 2, 49 | therefore, is {synesis} (judging ~well according to common 41 2, 49 | answer that, {synesis} (judging well according to common 42 2, 49 | in respect of {synesis} (judging well according to common ~ 43 2, 49 | this is called ~{synesis} (judging well according to common 44 2, 49 | this belongs to {synesis} (judging well according to common 45 2, 49 | ends, whereas {synesis} (judging well according to common 46 2, 49 | Reply OBJ 3: Sometimes after judging aright we delay to execute 47 2, 49 | Para. 1/1~Whether {gnome} (judging well according to general 48 2, 49 | would seem that {gnome} (judging well according to general ~ 49 2, 49 | distinct from {synesis} (judging well ~according to common 50 2, 49 | in respect of {synesis} ~(judging well according to common 51 2, 49 | things. ~Therefore {synesis} (judging well according to common 52 2, 49 | judgment called {gnome} (judging well according to general 53 2, 49 | judgment, viz. {synesis} (judging well ~according to common 54 2, 49 | vi, 11) that {gnome} ~(judging well according to general 55 2, 49 | according to which {synesis} (judging according to common law) 56 2, 49 | which is called {gnome} (judging according to ~general law), 57 2, 49 | Reply OBJ 1: {Synesis} (judging well according to common 58 2, 49 | all, but not so {synesis} (judging well according to common 59 2, 49 | this belongs to {gnome} (judging well according to general ~ 60 2, 51 | judgment," to which {synesis} (judging well according to common 61 2, 51 | common law) and ~{gnome} (judging well according to general 62 2, 58 | depends his ~aptness for judging aright. In this way, in 63 2, 58 | judgment: wherefore {synesis} (judging well according to ~common 64 2, 58 | his neighbor an injury by judging him ~unlawfully. But an 65 2, 58 | thing about which we are judging, since it will take no harm ~ 66 2, 58 | kind of judgment, to aim at judging a ~man good, unless there 67 2, 58 | determining, and in this case when judging of things we ~should try 68 2, 58 | according as it is, and when judging ~of persons, to interpret 69 2, 58 | we ought always to avoid judging unjustly. But written ~laws 70 2, 61 | written (Ecclus. 4:10): "In judging be merciful to ~the fatherless." 71 2, 65 | INJUSTICE OF A JUDGE, IN JUDGING (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must 72 2, 65 | injustice of a judge in judging; (2) The injustice of the 73 2, 65 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: In judging those ancients Daniel exercised 74 2, 65 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: God, in judging man, takes the sinner's 75 2, 65 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: God, in judging man, proceeds from His own 76 2, 65 | God has supreme power of judging, and it concerns Him ~whatever 77 2, 85 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, In judging about a thing we should 78 2, 86 | man ~is easily mistaken in judging of matters concerning himself, 79 2, 108 | virtue of their office in judging or ~teaching, and if they 80 2, 171 | merely for the purpose of judging of things seen ~in imagination 81 2, 171 | sometimes for the purpose of judging of things seen by others, 82 2, 171 | sometimes for the purpose of judging according to Divine ~truth, 83 2, 179 | man to see more clearly in judging of what is ~to be done, 84 3, 19 | rather than of ~operations, judging the unity of the operation 85 3, 58 | helps him in ruling and ~judging. Hence Augustine says (De 86 3, 58 | shall sit upon twelve seats, judging the twelve tribes of Israel."~ 87 3, 59 | first two are conditions for judging; but on the third ~the very 88 3, 59 | that the authority for judging lies with the Father, from 89 3, 59 | the primary authority of judging ~rests with God, nevertheless 90 Suppl, 17| one key, viz. the power of judging.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[17] A[ 91 Suppl, 17| and so is the power ~of judging. Therefore the will to absolve 92 Suppl, 17| judge. And since the act of judging to which a man is bound ~ 93 Suppl, 69| by the sentence of Christ judging them, ~namely at the last 94 Suppl, 72| eye ~would not see Christ judging. Now the burning of the 95 Suppl, 86| shall sit on ~twelve seats judging the twelve tribes of Israel." 96 Suppl, 86| 28): "You shall sit . . . judging," for He ~would seem to 97 Suppl, 86| He ~would seem to make "judging" something additional to " 98 Suppl, 86| there is a fourth way of judging, which will be competent 99 Suppl, 86| St. Victor expounds this judging in this way (De ~judic. 100 Suppl, 86| the law?" Since, ~however, judging denotes an action exercised 101 Suppl, 86| shall sit on twelve seats, judging," etc. Since then ~those 102 Suppl, 86| the aforesaid manner of judging. For ~the reason why one 103 Suppl, 86| will have this power of judging, much ~more will the angels 104 Suppl, 86| shall sit on twelve seats, ~judging the twelve tribes of Israel." 105 Suppl, 86| follow ~from the saying, 'Judging the twelve tribes of Israel,' 106 Suppl, 86| angels ~directly, neither as judging nor as judged, but only 107 Suppl, 87| be the same in Him when judging as when judged ~(Cf. ad


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