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honeste 1
honestly 6
honestum 4
honesty 85
honey 21
honor 641
honorabilis 1
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85 brings
85 explanation
85 grievously
85 honesty
85 notions
85 payment
85 practice
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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honesty

   Part, Question
1 2, 95 | Justice is included in honesty, as Tully says (De Offic. ~ 2 2, 75 | seem unlawful if that which honesty demands ~be done by mutual 3 2, 75 | and this pertains to his honesty.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[77] A[ 4 2, 86 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Honesty demands that a man should 5 2, 100 | due by reason of a certain honesty: it ~is in this way that 6 2, 115 | their possessions, your ~honesty is not to be commended, 7 2, 139 | defiled. In like ~manner honesty [*Honesty must be taken 8 2, 139 | In like ~manner honesty [*Honesty must be taken here in its 9 2, 139 | who has no defilement, for honesty means an honorable state." ~ 10 2, 141 | shamefacedness, abstinence, chastity, honesty, moderation, lowliness, ~ 11 2, 141 | contrary to temperance, and "honesty," whereby one loves ~the 12 2, 142 | which are shamefacedness and honesty. ~With regard to shamefacedness 13 2, 142 | shamefacedness is a part of honesty: for ~Ambrose says (De Offic. 14 2, 142 | Shamefacedness fosters honesty, by removing that which 15 2, 142 | attain to the perfection of honesty.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[144] A[ 16 2, 143 | 145] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF HONESTY* (FOUR ARTICLES) [*Honesty 17 2, 143 | HONESTY* (FOUR ARTICLES) [*Honesty must be taken here in its 18 2, 143 | decorum.]~We must now consider honesty, under which head there 19 2, 143 | with the beautiful [*As honesty here denotes moral ~goodness, 20 2, 143 | the pleasant;~(4) Whether honesty is a part of temperance?~ 21 2, 143 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether honesty is the same as virtue?~Aquin.: 22 2, 143 | OBJ 1: It would seem that honesty is not the same as virtue. 23 2, 143 | end of virtue." Therefore honesty is not the same ~as virtue.~ 24 2, 143 | according to Isidore (Etym. x) "honesty means an ~honorable state." 25 2, 143 | Ethic. i, 12). Therefore ~honesty is not the same as virtue.~ 26 2, 143 | says (Ethic. viii, 13). But honesty seems to pertain ~rather 27 2, 143 | order" among you. Therefore ~honesty is not the same as virtue.~ 28 2, 143 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, honesty apparently consists in external 29 2, 143 | external wealth. Therefore honesty is not the same as ~virtue.~ 30 2, 143 | 5; Rhet. ii, 53) divides honesty ~into the four principal 31 2, 143 | also divided. ~Therefore honesty is the same as virtue.~Aquin.: 32 2, 143 | Isidore says (Etym. x) "honesty means an honorable ~state," 33 2, 143 | Therefore, properly speaking, ~honesty refers to the same thing 34 2, 143 | greater claim to the name of ~honesty. Other things which are 35 2, 143 | virtue has the character of honesty.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[145] A[ 36 2, 143 | conduct has the character of honesty, in so far as it reflects ~ 37 2, 143 | rectitude. For this reason honesty consists radically in the ~ 38 2, 143 | that sometimes the name of honesty is ~given to external prosperity.~ 39 2, 143 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, honesty is the same as virtue, as 40 2, 143 | this is what is meant by honesty, ~which we have stated ( 41 2, 143 | connected with man. ~Wherefore "honesty is the same as spiritual 42 2, 143 | says ~(QQ[83], qu. 30): "By honesty I mean intelligible beauty, 43 2, 143 | features, so to speak, of honesty; and were it to be ~seen 44 2, 143 | that to be proud of one's honesty is to play the ~harlot because 45 2, 143 | come under the head of honesty, for it is written (Ecclus. 46 2, 143 | Riches are denominated honesty according of the opinion 47 2, 143 | nothing incompatible ~with honesty can be simply and truly 48 2, 143 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether honesty should be reckoned a part 49 2, 143 | OBJ 1: It would seem that honesty should not be reckoned a 50 2, 143 | temperance is a part of honesty," ~according to Tully (De 51 2, 143 | Rhet. ii, 53). Therefore honesty is not a ~part of temperance.~ 52 2, 143 | to temperance. Therefore honesty is not a part ~of temperance.~ 53 2, 143 | Rhet. i, 9). Therefore honesty pertains, not to temperance, ~ 54 2, 143 | In Somn. Scip. i] reckons honesty a part of ~temperance, and 55 2, 143 | De Offic. i, 43) ascribes honesty as pertaining ~especially 56 2, 143 | As stated above (A[2]), honesty is a kind of spiritual ~ 57 2, 143 | another. Wherefore seemingly honesty belongs ~especially to temperance, 58 2, 143 | evil desires. Accordingly honesty, as ~being ascribed for 59 2, 143 | accounted a subjective part of honesty taken ~in a wide sense: 60 2, 143 | reproach, as stated above. Thus honesty ~is more to be ascribed 61 2, 149 | which is adorned by the honesty [*Cf. ~Q[145]] of marriage, 62 2, 156 | as stated above (A[4]). [*Honesty must be taken here in ~its 63 2, 166 | contrary, The beauty of honesty [*Cf. Q[145], A[1]] pertains 64 2, 166 | pertains to the beauty of ~honesty. For Ambrose says (De Offic. 65 2, 166 | of conduct and beauty of honesty." Therefore ~there is a 66 2, 167 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Honesty [*Cf. Q[145]] pertains to 67 2, 167 | to virtue. Now a certain ~honesty is observed in the outward 68 2, 167 | that nothing be lacking ~to honesty and necessity, yet nothing 69 2, 185 | one arises from lack of honesty [*Cf. ~Q[145], A[1]], the 70 Suppl, 49| a way as to exclude the ~honesty of marriage, so that, to 71 Suppl, 50| holy orders,~Marriage bond, honesty, affinity, impotence,~All 72 Suppl, 50| the "justice ~of public honesty," where we have a close 73 Suppl, 52| because it is qualified by honesty; whereas slavery is one 74 Suppl, 53| of maintaining a greater ~honesty in the offices of the Church. 75 Suppl, 55| the justice of public honesty," which is an impediment 76 Suppl, 55| The justice of public honesty is a relationship arising ~ 77 Suppl, 55| institution ~by reason of its honesty." This indicates the reason 78 Suppl, 55| Church ~on account of its honesty.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[55] A[ 79 Suppl, 55| the justice of ~public honesty": wherefore just as marriage 80 Suppl, 55| namely the justice of public honesty.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[55] A[ 81 Suppl, 55| called "justice of public honesty," because at the time the ~ 82 Suppl, 55| of the justice of public honesty rather than ~under the head 83 Suppl, 55| on account of a certain ~honesty more than by reason of affinity, 84 Suppl, 55| The justice of public honesty forbids the wives of two ~ 85 Suppl, 55| of the justice of ~public honesty rather than affinity. And


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