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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 2, 28 | beloved, inasmuch as he reckons what is good or evil to 2 2, 28 | Consequently in so far as he reckons what affects his ~friend 3 2, 31 | Dei ix, 2; xiv, 5 seqq) reckons ~delight, joy, or gladness 4 2, 35 | Augustine (De Civ. Dei xiv, 8) reckons pain among the ~passions 5 2, 35 | 7,[8] [*Quoting Cicero]) reckons pain especially as being 6 2, 36 | stronger. Wherefore Augustine reckons a greater power as being 7 2, 40 | moved to that ~which he reckons impossible to get. Consequently 8 2, 40 | man desires a thing and reckons that he can get it, ~he 9 2, 41 | Civ. Dei xiv, 5, seqq.) reckons fear ~among the other passions 10 2, 46 | which is not. Accordingly he reckons anger as a kind of desire, ~ 11 2, 46 | that is, in so far as he ~reckons it as just, since it is 12 2, 49 | Predicaments (Categor. vi) ~reckons disposition and habit as 13 2, 57 | Philosopher (Ethic. vi, 1) reckons these three ~alone as being 14 2, 60 | contrary, The Philosopher reckons justice to be about operations; ~ 15 2, 60 | and Tully (De Inv. ii) ~reckons as a special virtue, piety 16 2, 62 | Philosopher (Ethic. vi, 3,7) reckons ~as an intellectual virtue, 17 2, 72 | whereas the Apostle (Eph. 5:3) reckons covetousness with the carnal 18 2, 72 | Gregory (Moral. iv, 25) reckons four degrees of sin; the ~ 19 2, 72 | Gregory (Moral. iv, 25) reckons them under one head: whereas ~ 20 2, 77 | Augustine (De Civ. Dei xiv, 28) reckons ~to be the cause of sin.~ 21 2, 85 | Nat. et Grat. lxvii, 67) reckons "two ~things to be punishments 22 2, 100 | two under one precept; and reckons in the second place, ~"Thou 23 2, 100 | Sabbath-day." The other six he reckons in the same way ~as Hesychius.~ 24 2, 100 | eyes; wherefore Augustine reckons as distinct ~precepts, that 25 2, 14 | Gregory (Moral. xxxi, 45) reckons blindness of mind ~among 26 2, 14 | Moral. xxxi, 45), where he reckons it ~among the sins arising 27 2, 19 | Gregory (Moral. xxxi, 45) reckons despair among the ~effects 28 2, 22 | neighbor. But the ~Philosopher reckons several species of friendship ( 29 2, 24 | charity, and among them he ~reckons our own body.~Aquin.: SMT 30 2, 26 | Further, the Philosopher reckons five things pertaining to ~ 31 2, 28 | Philosopher (Ethic. ix, 4) reckons "grieving with one's friend" ~ 32 2, 29 | 1]). Now the Philosopher reckons among the acts of friendship ( 33 2, 31 | to be the case when a man reckons that he might probably withdraw 34 2, 33 | the things which Isidore ~reckons to arise from sloth and 35 2, 33 | the other five which he reckons as effects of sloth, belong 36 2, 48 | Philosopher (Ethic. vi, 8) reckons a part of prudence ~to be " 37 2, 55 | Philosopher [*Ethic. vi, 8] reckons "legislative" as one of 38 2, 56 | contrary, The Philosopher reckons (Ethic. v, 2) particular ~ 39 2, 59 | Philosopher (Ethic. v, 2) reckons commutative justice as ~ 40 2, 62 | contemptible things he ~reckons "those which men may forfeit 41 2, 64 | wickedness," and among these he reckons ~theft. Now that which is 42 2, 71 | to St. Augustine's work] reckons it a slight sin "to ~speak 43 2, 74 | St. ~Augustine's works] reckons cursing among slight sins. 44 2, 78 | Tully [*De Invent. ii, 53] reckons six, viz. "religion, piety, ~ 45 2, 78 | Super Somn. Scip. i, 8) reckons seven, viz. ~"innocence, 46 2, 78 | Andronicus [*De Affectibus] reckons nine ~parts annexed to justice 47 2, 100 | Tully (De Invent. Rhet. ii) reckons observance along ~with the 48 2, 104 | 1~On the contrary, Tully reckons thankfulness a special part 49 2, 106 | Tully (De Invent. Rhet. ii) reckons it a part of ~justice.~Aquin.: 50 2, 107 | Tully (De Invent. Rhet. ii) reckons truth among the ~parts of 51 2, 110 | For this reason Gregory reckons boasting among the species 52 2, 113 | Purgatory (xli, de Sanctis) ~reckons among slight sins, "if one 53 2, 116 | contrary, Gregory (Moral. xxxi) reckons covetousness among the ~ 54 2, 124 | Philosopher (Ethic. iii) reckons fearlessness to be ~opposed 55 2, 126 | Macrobius (De Somn. Scip. i) reckons seven parts of ~fortitude, 56 2, 126 | stability." Andronicus also reckons seven virtues ~annexed to 57 2, 126 | Aristotle (Ethic. iii) reckons five parts of fortitude. ~ 58 2, 126 | 4~Reply OBJ 6: Macrobius reckons the four aforesaid mentioned 59 2, 130 | however (Moral. xxxi), reckons pride to ~be the queen of 60 2, 130 | offspring of pride, he reckons to be a capital vice: and 61 2, 132 | contrary, The Philosopher reckons it with other special virtues ~( 62 2, 134 | Tully (De Invent. Rhet. ii) reckons it a part of ~fortitude.~ 63 2, 135 | Tully (De Invent. Rhet. ii) reckons perseverance as a ~part 64 2, 139 | Ethic. ii, 7; iii, 10) reckons it a ~special virtue.~Aquin.: 65 2, 139 | On the contrary, Gregory reckons temperance among the principal 66 2, 141 | Macrobius (In Somn. Scip. i, 8) reckons many more parts ~of temperance: 67 2, 142 | evil; secondly because one reckons ~it impossible with regard 68 2, 143 | Macrobius [*In Somn. Scip. i] reckons honesty a part of ~temperance, 69 2, 144 | Macrobius [*In Somn. Scip. i, 8] reckons abstinence as ~a special 70 2, 146 | Gregory (Moral. xxxi, 45) reckons gluttony among the ~capital 71 2, 146 | Isidore (QQ. in Deut. xvi) reckons scurrility as a ~daughter 72 2, 147 | Macrobius [*In Somno Scip. i, 8] reckons sobriety to be ~a special 73 2, 149 | Macrobius [*In Somn. Scip. i, 8] reckons it to be a ~part of temperance.~ 74 2, 149 | The Apostle (2 Cor. 6:5,6) reckons "chastity" together ~with " 75 2, 155 | De Invent. Rhet. ii, 54) reckons clemency a part of temperance.~ 76 2, 158 | De Invent. Rhet. ii, 54) reckons modesty as a ~part of temperance.~ 77 2, 160 | et Superb. x, seqq.] also reckons twelve degrees of ~pride, 78 2, 166 | Philosopher (Ethic. ii, 7; iv, 8) reckons the lack ~of mirth to be 79 2, 167 | Andronicus [*De Affectibus] reckons three virtues in ~connection 80 2, 170 | the Apostle (1 Cor. 13) reckons ~prophecy with other things 81 2, 172 | regards sensible signs he reckons three kinds of prophecy, 82 3, 41 | Apostle (2 Cor. 6:5,7) reckons "fastings" together with 83 Suppl, 71| OBJ 2: Further, Gregory reckons fasting together with these 84 Suppl, 92| OBJ 7: Further, Boethius reckons five things pertaining to


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