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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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discretion

   Part, Question
1 1, 91 | man, because in man the ~discretion of reason predominates. 2 2, 61 | merely a certain rectitude of discretion in any ~actions or matters 3 2, 61 | in the ~point of having discretion, which we ascribed to prudence, 4 2, 61 | other three, inasmuch as discretion ~belongs essentially to 5 2, 65 | instance, by saying that discretion belongs to ~prudence, rectitude 6 2, 65 | moderation or ~rectitude or discretion: and so forth. This, too, 7 2, 85 | particular form according to the discretion of the universal agent. 8 2, 89 | man comes to the age of discretion, the lack of years ~hinders 9 2, 89 | far as he is capable of ~discretion at that particular age, 10 2, 89 | occurs to a man who has discretion, is to think ~of himself, 11 2, 97 | dangerous to leave this to ~the discretion of each individual, except 12 2, 102 | Moreover, salt signifies the discretion of wisdom, or again, ~mortification 13 2, 102 | should not, from lack of ~discretion, exceed in one direction 14 2, 102 | for the nose signifies discretion, because it discerns ~odors. 15 2, 102 | tunic; the moderation ~of discretion, betokened by the girdle; 16 2, 108 | Lawgiver, i.e. Christ, to the discretion of each individual. And 17 2, 108 | institution of such things to the discretion of the faithful, since they ~ 18 2, 108 | judicial precepts to ~the discretion of those who were to have 19 2, 11 | for it is not left to ~our discretion to forgive such offenses, 20 2, 30 | this matter we must employ ~discretion, according to the various 21 2, 30 | Nevertheless we must bring ~discretion to bear on the matter, on 22 2, 44 | because it lacks the savor of discretion and sense"; so that ~unwisdom 23 2, 65 | are ~left to the judge's discretion, because in like matters 24 2, 68 | judge ought to use his own discretion in ~discerning which side 25 2, 70 | Nevertheless there is need of discretion in such matters, ~and one 26 2, 71 | and then it is left to his discretion whether he will ~suffer 27 2, 71 | But it is not left to his discretion to permit an injury to be 28 2, 86 | foolish, through lack of discretion, and in ~keeping his vow 29 2, 86 | its being done with due discretion, namely, ~that concupiscence 30 2, 87 | urgent reasons, and with discretion; and this requires judgment 31 2, 87 | this requires judgment or ~discretion on the part of the person 32 2, 87 | justice, ~but the judgment of discretion, as stated above. Nor is 33 2, 87 | lacking ~in judgment of discretion: unless perchance what was 34 2, 96 | oath. Henceforth, that ~discretion may be observed, and in 35 2, 145 | observance of the precept. Yet discretion must be ~brought to bear 36 2, 146 | the difficulty ~of proper discretion and moderation in such matters. 37 2, 185 | virtues should not be without ~discretion, it behooves one to be discreet 38 2, 186 | confessions, but according to the ~discretion of the religious superiors, 39 2, 186 | is quoted, as preferring discretion ~whereby a man moderates 40 2, 186 | which if done without discretion, is liable to make us ~fail 41 2, 186 | are directed by greater discretion to the end of ~religion. 42 2, 187 | and secondarily on the discretion whereby the observances ~ 43 3, 29 | yet she left this to God's discretion. Wherefore she ~suffered 44 3, 42 | not ~what others at their discretion published about Him." Therefore 45 3, 80 | of whom have not enough discretion to observe due caution ~ 46 3, 84 | addition is left to the discretion of the ~priest.~Aquin.: 47 3, 90 | and not ~according to the discretion of the offender or of the 48 Suppl, 6 | shall come to the age of discretion."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[6] A[ 49 Suppl, 9 | act of virtue: and this discretion consists ~in giving greater 50 Suppl, 14| reason the priest should use discretion in ~taking them into account, 51 Suppl, 17| will. ~But the knowledge of discretion is reckoned as a key, and 52 Suppl, 17| requires ~both judgment of discretion whereby he judges a man 53 Suppl, 18| rational power, since it has discretion connected with it. ~Therefore 54 Suppl, 18| act of the keys requires discretion. Now if the priest ~could 55 Suppl, 18| he would have no ~need of discretion, because there would be 56 Suppl, 18| punishment, there is need for ~discretion. ~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[18] A[ 57 Suppl, 19| two ~keys, knowledge of discretion, and power of judgment. 58 Suppl, 25| unless this be done without discretion. Nevertheless those who 59 Suppl, 39| Orders before the age of ~discretion is sometimes allowed to 60 Suppl, 39| minor orders the age of discretion ~is required out of respect 61 Suppl, 39| orders before the years of discretion, if there be an ~urgent 62 Suppl, 39| 2: Further, integrity of discretion is more necessary for the 63 Suppl, 39| ordained before the years ~of discretion. Therefore they can also 64 Suppl, 43| others does not ~require discretion in those whom it concerns. 65 Suppl, 43| something future; and greater discretion of reason is ~required for 66 Suppl, 58| contracted before the age of discretion when each ~party is capable 67 Suppl, 64| be left to use their own discretion, ~because without sin they


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