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praise 281
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praiseth 1
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80 sensation
80 tending
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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praised

   Part, Question
1 1, 5 | Nom. iv), ~"Goodness is praised as beauty." But beauty has 2 1, 5 | consequently goodness is praised as beauty. But they differ 3 1, 48 | patience of a sufferer be praised if there were no injustice.~ 4 1, 49 | patience of a sufferer be praised if there were no injustice.~ 5 2, 2 | in being well ~known and praised." Therefore man's happiness 6 2, 2 | in being well known and praised," as Ambrose ~[*Augustine, 7 2, 24 | 5) that "we are neither ~praised nor blamed for our passions." 8 2, 24 | our passions." But we are praised and blamed for ~moral good 9 2, 24 | says that we are neither praised nor blamed ~for our passions 10 2, 24 | fears or is angry, is not ~praised . . . or blamed, but the 11 2, 29 | hence (2 Macc 3:1) some ~are praised for that "the laws were 12 2, 32 | take ~pleasure in being praised or honored by others, because, 13 2, 32 | greater pleasure in being praised and honored by ~them. And 14 2, 35 | and ~the just are chiefly praised." Therefore the movement 15 2, 35 | OBJ 3: A brave man is not praised because, in accordance with ~ 16 2, 35 | But the temperate man is praised for refraining from pleasures ~ 17 2, 66 | various saints are specially praised for different virtues; e.g. ~ 18 2, 66 | Reply OBJ 2: One saint is praised chiefly for one virtue, 19 2, 74 | is proper to man who is praised or blamed for his actions. 20 2, 12 | Reply OBJ 2: Even as God is praised in His saints, in so far 21 2, 30 | It is thus that some are praised for burying the dead, as 22 2, 30 | since an almsdeed is to be praised because it relieves ~one 23 2, 31 | teaching, and to seek to be praised by men for your knowledge."~ 24 2, 33 | sin. For we are neither praised ~nor blamed for our passions, 25 2, 34 | be nettled when ~they are praised." But no one should be advised 26 2, 36 | falsehood, and then he should be praised. As to the manner, we ~must 27 2, 43 | doctrine, for which it is praised ~by all.~Aquin.: SMT SS 28 2, 47 | in our power that we are praised or ~blamed. Now it is not 29 2, 59 | a private individual is praised for moderation in ~his bounty, 30 2, 69 | cause. Now a physician is praised if he heals a desperate ~ 31 2, 69 | no sin, but ought to be ~praised, if he defends an unjust 32 2, 79 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Virtue is praised because of the will, not 33 2, 89 | 1) Whether God should be praised with the lips?~(2) Whether 34 2, 89 | 2) Whether God should be praised with song?~Aquin.: SMT SS 35 2, 89 | 1 ~Whether God should be praised with the lips?~Aquin.: SMT 36 2, 89 | seem that God should not be praised with the lips. The ~Philosopher 37 2, 89 | OBJ 3: Further, men are praised with the lips that they 38 2, 89 | better: since just as being praised makes the wicked ~proud, 39 2, 89 | Therefore God should not be praised with the lips.~Aquin.: SMT 40 2, 89 | induce others, who hear ~him praised, to think well of him, to 41 2, 89 | 1~Whether God should be praised with song?~Aquin.: SMT SS 42 2, 89 | seem that God should not be praised with song. For the ~Apostle 43 2, 89 | Therefore God should not be praised with ~song.~Aquin.: SMT 44 2, 89 | in the Old Law God was praised with musical instruments ~ 45 2, 99 | 32). James ~and John are praised for leaving their parents 46 2, 102 | one is the ~more is one praised. Therefore obedience is 47 2, 102 | virtue is the more to be praised the more it holds its own, ~ 48 2, 108 | It is thus that Judith is praised, not for lying to ~Holofernes, 49 2, 109 | 10:29,31). And yet he ~is praised withal and received an earthly 50 2, 113 | blessed: her husband, and he praised her." Moreover, there ~is 51 2, 113 | which he ought not to be praised; since perhaps they are 52 2, 113 | Ps. 9:24, "The sinner is praised in the desires of his soul"; 53 2, 113 | 24, "For the sinner is ~praised in the desires of his soul, 54 2, 115 | Therefore a liberal man is praised chiefly for ~giving.~Aquin.: 55 2, 121 | wherefore their fortitude is praised above all. Nor is it outside 56 2, 121 | firm is so much the more ~praised, as he is more strongly 57 2, 122 | courage?" Now a ~person is praised on account of the virtue 58 2, 122 | is that martyrs are also praised for ~their patience.~Aquin.: 59 2, 123 | 42]). Now we are neither praised nor blamed for ~passions, 60 2, 124 | Reply OBJ 1: The just man is praised for being without fear that ~ 61 2, 127 | things. But the virtuous are praised not for desiring honors, 62 2, 130 | from the fact that a man is praised, or ~shown any kind of reverence, 63 2, 130 | that he cares not to be praised. ~And so, when a man looks 64 2, 130 | loves to be honored and ~praised is that he thinks thereby 65 2, 143 | through being honored or praised, a person acquires ~clarity 66 2, 144 | virtue of abstinence ~is praised only on account of the other 67 2, 150 | that every virgin is to be praised more than any ~married woman. 68 2, 153 | account of which virtue is ~praised by the very fact that it 69 2, 156 | in a certain way, that is praised or blamed."~Aquin.: SMT 70 2, 166 | men. But ~some persons are praised for having refrained from 71 2, 179 | loved without ~wearying, praised without tiring: such will 72 2, 186 | methods. Yet we should not be praised for doing this, were it 73 3, 40 | Humility is not much to be praised in one who is poor of ~necessity. 74 3, 48 | But no one merits or is praised except for that whose ~principle 75 3, 80 | hence the Centurion is praised for saying (Mt. ~8:8), " 76 3, 80 | Because the Centurion is praised for saying (Mt. 8:8): "Lord, 77 Suppl, 6 | and in this he is to be praised. But it is ~lawful for a 78 Suppl, 71| voluntary. Now one man is not ~praised for the work of another. 79 Suppl, 71| follows that no man is ~praised for another's deeds save 80 Suppl, 92| loved without wearying, praised ~untiringly." Therefore


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