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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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reasonable

    Part, Question
1 1, 17 | A definition such as " a reasonable four-footed animal" would 2 1, 17 | such a statement as "some ~reasonable animals are four-footed" 3 1, 19 | OBJ 1: The will of God is reasonable, not because anything is 4 1, 29 | particular subject. And so it is reasonable that the ~individuals of 5 1, 44 | effect of action. Hence it is reasonable that ~the first passive 6 1, 50 | intellect is above sense is a reasonable proof ~that there are some 7 1, 50 | heavenly bodies. Hence it is ~reasonable to conclude that the immaterial 8 1, 62 | 1/2~I answer that, It is reasonable to suppose that gifts of 9 1, 62 | whole energy. So it is ~reasonable to suppose that the angels 10 1, 65 | goodness, to the glory of God. Reasonable ~creatures, however, have 11 1, 66 | However, it seems more reasonable to ~hold to what we stated 12 1, 70 | production of the lights is reasonable?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] A[ 13 1, 70 | production of the ~lights is not reasonable. For it is said (Jer. 10: 14 1, 45 | effect of action. Hence it is reasonable that ~the first passive 15 1, 51 | intellect is above sense is a reasonable proof ~that there are some 16 1, 51 | heavenly bodies. Hence it is ~reasonable to conclude that the immaterial 17 1, 63 | 1/2~I answer that, It is reasonable to suppose that gifts of 18 1, 63 | whole energy. So it is ~reasonable to suppose that the angels 19 1, 66 | goodness, to the glory of God. Reasonable ~creatures, however, have 20 1, 67 | However, it seems more reasonable to ~hold to what we stated 21 1, 71 | production of the lights is reasonable?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] A[ 22 1, 71 | production of the ~lights is not reasonable. For it is said (Jer. 10: 23 1, 85 | Such an opinion would be reasonable if we were to admit that 24 1, 107 | of the orders is quite a reasonable one. For the ~highest in 25 1, 107 | mentioned by Gregory is also ~reasonable. For since the "Dominations" 26 1, 112 | order. Hence it ~is also reasonable to suppose that different 27 1, 112 | their own ~fault." But it is reasonable for anyone to grieve for 28 2, 63 | Therefore it is not ~reasonable that they should be caused 29 2, 67 | money, and therefore it is reasonable for the ~habit of liberality 30 2, 89 | neither does this seem to be reasonable. For it ~is evident that 31 2, 93 | eternal law. For whatever is reasonable is subject to reason. But 32 2, 93 | But the ~Divine will is reasonable, for it is just. Therefore 33 2, 93 | God's will is said to be reasonable ~[rationalis]: though regarded 34 2, 95 | man, ~in so far as he is a reasonable being, because it is derived 35 2, 97 | and natural laws from the reasonable will of God; ~the human 36 2, 99 | shalt not steal." This was ~reasonable: because, just as the principal 37 2, 102 | useless to void them by the ~reasonable decrees of the New Law. 38 2, 102 | not ~be so, if they had no reasonable cause. Therefore the ceremonial 39 2, 102 | ceremonial precepts ~have a reasonable cause.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 40 2, 102 | certain end, wherefrom their reasonable causes can be ~gathered.~ 41 2, 102 | and the love of God, are reasonable from the very nature of 42 2, 102 | yet this prohibition was reasonable in its relation to something 43 2, 102 | precepts of ~the Old Law were reasonable on account of their relation 44 2, 102 | in their very nature have reasonable ~causes: as for instance, " 45 2, 102 | ceremonial precepts have a reasonable cause in their relation 46 2, 102 | of the sacrifices have no reasonable cause.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 47 2, 102 | were wisely done, as having reasonable causes.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 48 2, 102 | Lord." ~Wherefore another reasonable cause may be assigned to 49 2, 102 | been placed there ~without reasonable cause.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 50 2, 102 | mount." But that is most reasonable, ~which presents a likeness 51 2, 102 | relating to holy things had a reasonable cause.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 52 2, 102 | there was ~nothing without a reasonable cause in the sacraments 53 2, 102 | And all these things had reasonable causes, both literal, in 54 2, 102 | 1~Whether there was any reasonable cause for the ceremonial 55 2, 102 | would seem that there was no reasonable cause for the ~ceremonial 56 2, 103 | the Old Law had certain reasonable causes, inasmuch as ~they 57 2, 10 | them if it had been at all reasonable. It seems ~therefore hazardous 58 2, 24 | overflow. Hence, by his reasonable mind ~which holds the first 59 2, 26 | according to Rm. 12:1: "Your reasonable service," so also the ~interior 60 2, 41 | yet if it be uttered for a reasonable cause, it is ~neither idle 61 2, 49 | superfluous, which is not ~reasonable. Therefore {synesis} (judging 62 2, 84 | one's country. And it was ~reasonable that the amount of first-fruits 63 2, 86 | pleasing to God," adds, "your reasonable service." Since, however, 64 2, 97 | money were exacted without a reasonable cause, this ~would seem 65 2, 123 | instance when one ~has a reasonable cause for fear.~Aquin.: 66 2, 134 | accomplish it. Now it is more reasonable to suffer ~evil for the 67 2, 145 | measure from food for a reasonable purpose. ~Hence the former 68 2, 145 | commandment, when there is a reasonable motive, and especially if 69 2, 152 | account of some obligation or reasonable cause. ~Secondly, a thing 70 2, 187 | especially if he do so for a reasonable motive; ~and if others are 71 2, 187 | expedient on account of some ~reasonable motive, such as sickness, 72 3, 5 | than flesh." Again, ~it was reasonable to mention flesh, which, 73 3, 14 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, no reasonable man assumes what keeps him 74 3, 21 | Jn. 17:1). ~And this is reasonable. For as we have said above ( 75 3, 27 | sanctified in the womb. For it is reasonable to believe that she, who ~ 76 3, 29 | Therefore it does not seem reasonable that Christ should be ~born 77 3, 30 | 4~I answer that, It was reasonable that it should be announced 78 3, 40 | Acts 6:2) say: "It is not reasonable that we ~should leave the 79 3, 56 | Body Para. 2/2~And this is reasonable. Because the principle of 80 3, 67 | desire milk ~[Vulg.: 'desire reasonable milk'] without guile." Now, 81 3, 69 | Cor. 15:54). And this is ~reasonable. First, because, by Baptism, 82 3, 74 | unleavened bread is more reasonable. First, on ~account of Christ' 83 3, 74 | where according to the ~reasonable custom of the entire Church 84 3, 77 | since it does not seem reasonable to say that anything takes ~ 85 3, 80 | parish priest, ~and for some reasonable cause, he considers he ought 86 3, 83 | apostles. For it seems reasonable that He Who lifted up His 87 3, 83 | incorporated in Christ; 'reasonable,' ~i.e. that we may be stripped 88 3, 90 | FS, 18, AA[4],6, it is reasonable ~to distinguish various 89 Suppl, 3 | Let your sacrifice be reasonable ~[*Vulg.: 'Present your 90 Suppl, 3 | Present your bodies . . . a reasonable sacrifice']."~Aquin.: SMT 91 Suppl, 6 | wills to do, except for a reasonable cause. Wherefore if the ~ 92 Suppl, 6 | once, as ~soon as he has a reasonable and proper opportunity. 93 Suppl, 15| kind of sin because it is reasonable ~that, whereby a man sins, 94 Suppl, 22| the former opinion is more reasonable.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[22] A[ 95 Suppl, 30| works ~reasonably. And since reasonable working never produces a 96 Suppl, 47| he may induce him for a reasonable ~cause; and thus the son 97 Suppl, 52| follows the womb: and this is reasonable ~since the offspring derives 98 Suppl, 52| the giver; wherefore it is reasonable that the ~seed received 99 Suppl, 54| positive law should have some reasonable ~cause, since it is for 100 Suppl, 54| cause, since it is for this reasonable cause that it proceeds from 101 Suppl, 56| But this does not seem reasonable, for carnal relationship ~ 102 Suppl, 59| husband could then have a reasonable hope for his wife's ~conversion, 103 Suppl, 59| his conversion there be a reasonable ~hope of the conversion 104 Suppl, 64| the ~debt, except for a reasonable cause; and even then he 105 Suppl, 70| appears to be the more reasonable.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[70] A[ 106 Suppl, 96| For it would seem equally reasonable for the good angels to ~


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