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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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business

   Part, Question
1 1, 21 | exchange and intercourse of business. ~This does not belong to 2 1, 68 | solution, but says "It is our business here ~to inquire how God 3 1, 70 | regards the convenience of business and work, in so ~far as 4 1, 69 | solution, but says "It is our business here ~to inquire how God 5 1, 71 | regards the convenience of business and work, in so ~far as 6 2, 7 | it is not a ~theologian's business to consider circumstances.~ 7 2, 13 | unable to proceed with the business.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[13] A[ 8 2, 21 | good; wherefore it is his ~business to award retribution for 9 2, 21 | that human actions are no business ~of God's.~Aquin.: SMT FS 10 2, 66 | 15). For prudence has no business with supreme matters which 11 2, 69 | on Lk. 6:22: "It is the business of fortitude ~to conquer 12 2, 71 | reach the beginning of a business than achieve its ~completion. 13 2, 92 | Therefore it is not the ~business of the law to make men good.~ 14 2, 92 | virtuous, at least ~those whose business it is to govern. But it 15 2, 97 | those public men whose ~business it is to govern the community; 16 2, 102 | are taken up with worldly business. The owl, ~which sees clearly 17 2, 105 | 1/2~Reply OBJ 8: In the business affairs of men, there is 18 2, 1 | individuals, who have no business to decide matters of faith: ~ 19 2, 2 | of higher degree, whose business it is to ~teach others, 20 2, 31 | only to prelates, whose business it ~is not only to admonish, 21 2, 38 | waged. For it is not the business of a private individual 22 2, 38 | Moreover it is not the business of a private ~individual 23 2, 38 | in authority, it is their business to watch over the common 24 2, 38 | evil"; so too, it is their business to have recourse to the 25 2, 38 | entangleth ~himself with secular business." The second reason is a 26 2, 45 | fitting ways of conducting business or of sailing a ship, he ~ 27 2, 48 | Further, just as military business is contained under political ~ 28 2, 48 | be assigned to military business.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[50] A[ 29 2, 48 | individuals, whereas the business of soldiering is directed 30 2, 53 | is said to be prudent in business or something ~else of the 31 2, 53 | and opportunity for every business"; which applies not ~only 32 2, 61 | with him in conducting the business of the Church. Yet he would 33 2, 63 | consent of ~the person whose business it is to care for the welfare 34 2, 65 | subject of the man whose ~business it is to judge in that particular 35 2, 68 | suit, or the ~nature of the business and of the evidence~Aquin.: 36 2, 69 | have to put aside all other business, and occupy himself ~entirely 37 2, 75 | A tradesman is one whose business consists in the ~exchange 38 2, 81 | the ~heart. Indeed this business is frequently done with 39 2, 85 | entangleth ~himself with secular business." Wherefore in the New Law 40 2, 93 | be misapplied to earthly business. Hence ~Augustine says ( 41 2, 96 | exterminate it from all human business."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[98] A[ 42 2, 108 | regard to persons and the business in hand. For, as Seneca ~ 43 2, 121 | not a few think that the business of war is ~of greater importance 44 2, 121 | OBJ 2: Personal and civil business is differentiated from the ~ 45 2, 121 | differentiated from the ~business of war that regards general 46 2, 147 | such things. This is the business ~of sobriety: and for this 47 2, 153 | concupiscible), but its business with them is to resist them. 48 2, 166 | externals, whether persons, business, or place. ~Hence Ambrose 49 2, 166 | what is becoming to the business in hand, and to one's ~surroundings, 50 2, 166 | above, fun should fit with business and persons; ~wherefore 51 2, 182 | the ~occupation of worldly business, and so forth. Hence Augustine 52 2, 184 | be taken up with secular business; for instance if he ~have 53 2, 185 | them to meddle in secular business?~(3) Whether they are bound 54 2, 185 | teaching. Therefore since ~"the business of a monk differs from that 55 2, 185 | themselves with secular ~business?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[187] A[ 56 2, 185 | themselves with ~secular business. For in the decree quoted 57 2, 185 | altogether free ~from secular business; and this is most explicitly 58 2, 185 | entangleth himself with secular ~business." Now it is the duty of 59 2, 185 | themselves with secular ~business.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[187] A[ 60 2, 185 | and that you do your own business," which a gloss ~explains 61 2, 185 | themselves with secular business.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[187] A[ 62 2, 185 | But the needs of secular ~business induce men to frequent the 63 2, 185 | themselves with secular business.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[187] A[ 64 2, 185 | assist her in ~whatsoever business she shall have need of you."~ 65 2, 185 | clerics to carry on secular business from motives of avarice; 66 2, 185 | and direction of ~secular business. Wherefore it is said in 67 2, 185 | occupy himself with secular business, save with a view to ~the 68 2, 185 | him to take charge of the business connected with the ~Church." 69 2, 185 | both debarred from secular business on the same grounds, as 70 2, 185 | themselves with secular ~business from motives of avarice, 71 2, 185 | occupy oneself with secular business on account of ~another's 72 2, 185 | Kgs. 4:13): "Hast thou any business, and wilt thou that I ~speak 73 2, 185 | person ~apply himself to this business and another to that; for 74 2, 186 | i.e. a solitary, "what business have you in a city?" The 75 2, 186 | refraining from ~worldly business. But it does not follow 76 2, 186 | would ~sin if it were his business to do so: for it is praiseworthy 77 2, 186 | occupy ~himself with secular business, save with a view to the 78 2, 187 | they withdraw from public business" ~(Dist. liii, can. Legem.). 79 3, 36 | is not an ~astronomer's business to know from the stars those 80 3, 37 | and opportunity for every business" (Eccl 8:6).~Aquin.: SMT 81 Suppl, 6 | verdict to the priest, whose business it is ~to discern between 82 Suppl, 8 | i.e. the priest, whose ~business it is to provide remedies 83 Suppl, 11| unworthy, if it is his business. Since then by raising an 84 Suppl, 23| of certain people whose business it is to be in attendance 85 Suppl, 44| calling or in pursuing one business, ~in relation to which they 86 Suppl, 44| called fellow-soldiers or business ~partners. Hence, since 87 Suppl, 54| connected by the common ~business of soldiering, and in the 88 Suppl, 64| Church. Hence in favor of the business for which the cross ~is 89 Suppl, 65| aptitude for conducting business, which is its secondary 90 Suppl, 85| to be raised aloft whose business it will be to judge. But


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