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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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conduct

   Part, Question
1 1, 57 | impression, ~influences his conduct, as always happens in brutes. 2 1, 58 | impression, ~influences his conduct, as always happens in brutes. 3 2, 58 | virtue is the art ~of right conduct." But art is an intellectual 4 2, 58 | virtue is the art of ~right conduct," this applies to prudence 5 2, 61 | behaves himself well in the conduct of human ~affairs. It is 6 2, 65 | true virtue, even if his conduct ~be good."~Aquin.: SMT FS 7 2, 69 | and gifts, rectify human conduct.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[69] A[ 8 2, 74 | type or idea is a rule of conduct, and is identified ~with 9 2, 91 | human reason in matters of conduct are ~uncertain, according 10 2, 91 | things relating to human conduct, whereof the natural reason 11 2, 91 | for the directing of human conduct to have a Divine law. And 12 2, 91 | is necessary for man to conduct ~himself aright in both 13 2, 99 | that the Old Law should conduct ~men to God by means of 14 2, 100 | virtues which direct our ~conduct towards others pertain directly 15 2, 105 | manner in which they were to conduct ~themselves towards God: 16 2, 105 | them the rules of right ~conduct: wherefore it is written ( 17 2, 107 | every law ~ordains human conduct to some end. Now things 18 2, 107 | be ~observed, lest good conduct should become a burden to 19 2, 18 | also as directing human conduct; since this is directed ~ 20 2, 18 | the ~regulation of human conduct by the Divine law belongs 21 2, 21 | those which relate to right conduct and are ~imposed on man 22 2, 31 | presume to reprove the conduct of holy men, unless one 23 2, 41 | others may appear to them to ~conduct themselves ill in word or 24 2, 45 | well with ~regard to right conduct as a whole, is said to be 25 2, 48 | general" as regards the ~conduct of the household. In Ethic. 26 2, 48 | general" as regards the conduct of the household, for which ~ 27 2, 54 | matters relating to ~right conduct, whether ends or means: 28 2, 65 | Writ, as ~models of human conduct. Now Daniel was at the same 29 2, 66 | defame and disparage the conduct of their superiors" [*Append. 30 2, 67 | 55], AA[3], seqq.). His conduct in the former case is ~praiseworthy, 31 2, 70 | they continue their evil conduct through contempt of a ~good 32 2, 75 | he tells the truth, his conduct would endanger ~another 33 2, 78 | friendship" in ~the external conduct and "concord" internally; 34 2, 78 | directing our ~external conduct towards others, from which 35 2, 93 | future ~human actions, his conduct is based on a false and 36 2, 102 | him, as being his rule of ~conduct. Now God's will alone, which 37 2, 102 | right, is a rule of human ~conduct. Therefore man is bound 38 2, 102 | matters relating to the ~conduct of his life and the care 39 2, 108 | perfection of science or to moral conduct, a lie of this description ~ 40 2, 109 | making a show of saintly conduct they seek, not to ~turn 41 2, 131 | contrary, Nothing in human conduct is to be avoided save sin. 42 2, 139 | the requirements of good conduct. Hence ~the Philosopher 43 2, 139 | inconsistent with good," i.e. good conduct, nor "beyond his substance," ~ 44 2, 143 | pertain ~rather to exterior conduct, according to 1 Cor. 14: 45 2, 143 | actions. Wherefore ~external conduct has the character of honesty, 46 2, 143 | expression lies in the external conduct.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[145] A[ 47 2, 143 | beauty ~consists in a man's conduct or actions being well proportioned 48 2, 159 | earth was a lesson in moral conduct through the human ~nature 49 2, 160 | observe ~other people's conduct not so as to set themselves 50 2, 166 | reflection is gracefulness of conduct and beauty of honesty." 51 2, 166 | Offic. i, 18): "Beauty of conduct consists in ~becoming behavior 52 2, 166 | Continentia): "Let your conduct be guided by wisdom ~so 53 2, 169 | matters relating to human conduct, according to Is. ~58:1, " 54 2, 172 | things pertaining to human conduct. Now knowledge ~is more 55 2, 183 | is to vouch for his good conduct by engaging oneself to a ~ 56 2, 184 | i.e. to tend to form one's conduct in accordance ~with the 57 2, 186 | have given ~proof of their conduct for a considerable time.~ 58 3, 40 | than his life and righteous conduct . . . but Christ ~had the 59 3, 40 | Whether Christ conformed His conduct to the Law?~Aquin.: SMT 60 3, 40 | Christ did not conform His conduct to the Law. ~For the Law 61 3, 40 | that He did not conform His conduct to the Law.~Aquin.: SMT 62 3, 40 | that He did not conform His conduct to the Law.~Aquin.: SMT 63 3, 40 | Christ did not conform His conduct to the Law.~Aquin.: SMT 64 3, 40 | that, Christ conformed His conduct in all things to the ~precepts 65 3, 40 | indeed, wished to conform His conduct to the Law, first, to ~show 66 3, 46 | superfluous in Christ's conduct. But ~the slightest pain 67 3, 62 | sufficiently as regards ordinary conduct: but as ~regards certain 68 3, 72 | things pertaining to ordinary conduct, ~according to Heb. 12:9: " 69 3, 72 | of things ~concerning the conduct of the battle, and hence 70 Suppl, 8 | attention to their ~external conduct, so as to watch over the 71 Suppl, 13| many things. And so his conduct is subject to a certain 72 Suppl, 32| sacrament by their offensive conduct, unless they have lucid ~ 73 Suppl, 36| be examples of speech and conduct to those over ~whom they 74 Suppl, 36| life may be useful for the ~conduct of temporal affairs, either 75 Suppl, 43| one another free; and such conduct ought not to be tolerated


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