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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 2 | suppose that what can be accounted ~for by a few principles 2 1, 2 | see in the world can be accounted for by other principles, ~ 3 1, 88 | living - and this is to be accounted ~as miraculous. Or else 4 2, 36 | for unity, and love, be accounted ~as causing sorrow. Because 5 2, 54 | common to all, it cannot be accounted a specific difference, as 6 2, 79 | for ~which reason it is accounted an effect of reprobation. 7 2, 113 | are four things which are accounted to be necessary ~for the 8 2, 10 | being baptized are they accounted guilty of sin, who could ~ 9 2, 27 | Therefore joy also should be accounted a virtue.~Aquin.: SMT SS 10 2, 27 | other hand love of ~God is accounted a special virtue, namely 11 2, 27 | for which reason it is accounted a special virtue. ~On the 12 2, 28 | small ~matters is scarcely accounted dissension. Hence nothing 13 2, 28 | stands above. Hence mercy is accounted ~as being proper to God: 14 2, 33 | to ~joy. Now joy is not accounted one special virtue. Therefore 15 2, 33 | Whether sloth should be accounted a capital vice?~Aquin.: 16 2, 33 | that sloth ought not to be accounted a capital ~vice. For a capital 17 2, 33 | Therefore it should not be accounted ~a capital sin.~Aquin.: 18 2, 33 | Therefore sloth is not rightly accounted a capital sin.~Aquin.: SMT 19 2, 34 | demands. Wherefore envy is accounted a capital vice for ~the 20 2, 34 | a kind of envy which is accounted among the most ~grievous 21 2, 34 | neighbor's ~good. Hence it is accounted a sin against the Holy Ghost, 22 2, 35 | the beginning), discord is accounted a daughter of ~vainglory 23 2, 47 | Hence memory ~is fittingly accounted a part of prudence.~Aquin.: 24 2, 47 | another sense that it is accounted a part of prudence, as stated 25 2, 47 | Whether docility should be accounted a part of prudence?~Aquin.: 26 2, 47 | that docility should not be accounted a part of ~prudence. For 27 2, 47 | Therefore it should not be ~accounted a part of prudence.~Aquin.: 28 2, 47 | shrewdness should ~not be accounted a part of prudence.~Aquin.: 29 2, 47 | discursive. Hence ~each is accounted a part of reason as explained 30 2, 47 | Whether foresight* should be accounted a part of prudence? ~[*" 31 2, 47 | foresight should not be accounted a part of ~prudence. For 32 2, 47 | Therefore caution should not be accounted a part of prudence, ~distinct 33 2, 48 | political prudence is fittingly accounted a part of prudence?~Aquin.: 34 2, 48 | prudence is not fittingly accounted ~a part of prudence. For 35 2, 48 | should domestic prudence be accounted a species of prudence.~Aquin.: 36 2, 48 | prudence should not ~be accounted a species of prudence.~Aquin.: 37 2, 53 | world, or of ~the devil is accounted a sin. Therefore neither 38 2, 53 | prudence of ~the flesh be accounted among sins.~Aquin.: SMT 39 2, 56 | Further, as justice is accounted a cardinal virtue, so are ~ 40 2, 57 | insignificant and should be ~accounted among the least of evils, 41 2, 62 | 4:23], and that he was ~accounted guilty of murder. Therefore 42 2, 62 | person who did it is not accounted ~guilty.~Aquin.: SMT SS 43 2, 65 | have this authority are ~accounted the superiors of those over 44 2, 71 | s good name, hence he is accounted guilty if he fails to resist ~ 45 2, 86 | answer that, For one to be accounted faithful one must keep one' 46 2, 99 | 1~On the contrary, It is accounted by Tully (De Invent. Rhet. 47 2, 106 | vengeance should not be accounted a special ~virtue.~Aquin.: 48 2, 119 | part of justice ~is to be accounted a gift, it seems that religion 49 2, 121 | fortitude. Now anger is not ~accounted a principal passion; nor 50 2, 125 | the passions. But hope is accounted ~not a sin but a virtue. 51 2, 125 | therefore should daring be accounted a ~sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 52 2, 125 | daring as implying excess is accounted a sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 53 2, 125 | neither should daring be accounted a vice in opposition to 54 2, 126 | perseverance should not be ~accounted a part of fortitude.~Aquin.: 55 2, 126 | whereby one confides in God is accounted a theological ~virtue, as 56 2, 126 | confidence which here is accounted a part of fortitude, man 57 2, 126 | dangers. In this respect it is accounted a virtue annexed to ~fortitude: 58 2, 127 | reward. But security is accounted ~the reward of virtue, according 59 2, 128 | excess. For presumption is accounted a species of the sin against 60 2, 128 | every presumption that is accounted a sin against ~the Holy 61 2, 132 | Wherefore ~magnificence is accounted a part of fortitude.~Aquin.: 62 2, 139 | desire, ~wherefore hope is accounted the principal passion in 63 2, 142 | rejoicing that they were accounted worthy to suffer reproach ~ 64 2, 143 | Reply OBJ 1: Temperance is accounted a subjective part of honesty 65 2, 146 | Therefore ~gluttony is accounted among the lesser, that is 66 2, 146 | immoderately. These may be accounted for either on ~the part 67 2, 148 | wine: in this way it is accounted a ~sin, and is comprised 68 2, 150 | Wherefore virginity alone is accounted a virtue ~above chastity, 69 2, 151 | capital vice; indeed, it is accounted a daughter of sloth, as ~ 70 2, 151 | of vainglory, pride is accounted the common mother of all 71 2, 151 | Therefore ~it should not be accounted a daughter of lust.~Aquin.: 72 2, 152 | this way sacrilege may be accounted a ~species of lust.~Aquin.: 73 2, 154 | small and weak things "are ~accounted as though they were not" [* 74 2, 156 | Therefore it should not be ~accounted a daughter of anger.~Aquin.: 75 2, 159 | like ~meekness, humility is accounted a part of temperance. For 76 2, 160 | Therefore it should not be accounted a ~species of pride.~Aquin.: 77 2, 164 | Accordingly curiosity is ~accounted to be about things pertaining 78 2, 166 | Wis. 15:12): "They have accounted our life a ~pastime." Against 79 2, 168 | wherefore obedience is accounted one of ~the degrees of humility, 80 2, 187 | vow to enter religion is accounted a perpetual vow: ~wherefore 81 2, 187 | always. Nor is a person accounted to turn or to look back, 82 3, 1 | Whom the whole ~universe is accounted as little; and that this 83 3, 1 | vouchsafed to all ought to be ~accounted his own by each one.~Aquin.: 84 3, 22 | slayers of Christ are not accounted as offering ~a sacrifice 85 3, 25 | contrary opinion, he is not accounted a ~Christian, but a follower 86 3, 31 | own son, but by law was accounted the son of Heli. Wherefore 87 3, 31 | Joseph in as far as Heli was accounted as his ~father, for he says 88 3, 86 | the forgiveness of sin is accounted the effect ~not only of 89 Suppl, 49| thus the ~"offspring" is accounted a good of matrimony; the 90 Suppl, 52| free. But freedom is not accounted ~an impediment to matrimony. 91 Suppl, 52| neither should slavery be so ~accounted.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[52] A[ 92 Suppl, 58| union of bodies), it is accounted an impediment rather ~than 93 Suppl, 58| Objections, ~for incest is accounted an impediment to marriage 94 Suppl, 61| the expiry of a year, is ~accounted void. Therefore if he return 95 Suppl, 61| Reply OBJ 2: A person is not accounted dead to the world by entering ~ 96 Suppl, 92| beatitude." Now vision is accounted one of the dowries. ~Therefore 97 Suppl, 94| the damned: since hell is accounted one of the three things


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