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gratifies 1
gratify 3
gratis 30
gratitude 65
gratuitous 183
gratuitously 27
gratuity 3
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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gratitude

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1 2, 60 | parents or to our country; "Gratitude," ~whereby we pay our debt 2 2, 110| bestowed ~"gratis" arises "gratitude."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[110] 3 2, 78 | viz. "religion, piety, ~gratitude, revenge, observance, truth." 4 2, 78 | eugnomosyne}] piety, gratitude, holiness, just exchange" ~ 5 2, 78 | annexed to justice we have "gratitude" which ~"consists in recollecting 6 2, 78 | A[8]). {Eucharistia} (gratitude) means ~"good thanksgiving," 7 2, 79 | piety, (3) ~observance, (4) gratitude, (5) revenge, (6) truth, ( 8 2, 104| 1/1 - OF THANKFULNESS OR GRATITUDE (SIX ARTICLES)~We must now 9 2, 104| consider thankfulness or gratitude, and ingratitude. ~Concerning 10 2, 104| Therefore thankfulness or gratitude is ~not distinct from the 11 2, 104| thanksgiving, which belongs ~to gratitude, is an act of justice. Therefore 12 2, 104| act of justice. Therefore gratitude is not a special ~virtue, 13 2, 104| Therefore thankfulness or ~gratitude, to which it belongs to 14 2, 104| there is ~thankfulness or gratitude, whereby we give thanks 15 2, 104| excelling thankfulness or gratitude: wherefore giving thanks 16 2, 104| virtue ~of thankfulness or gratitude answers to the moral debt, 17 2, 104| specially to the virtue of gratitude.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[106] A[ 18 2, 104| benefactor just as he owes him ~gratitude. Now Augustine says (Confess. 19 2, 104| Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, gratitude is a repayment of an act 20 2, 104| grudgingly ~given. Therefore gratitude is not always due to a benefactor.~ 21 2, 104| to his master. ~Therefore gratitude is not due to every benefactor .~ 22 2, 104| not always to be repaid by gratitude.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[106] A[ 23 2, 104| oneself, there is no place for gratitude or ingratitude, ~since a 24 2, 104| called service." Wherefore gratitude is due even to a ~slave, 25 2, 104| than on the deed, so ~too gratitude depends chiefly the heart. 26 2, 104| animated with a sense, not of gratitude but of indebtedness."~Aquin.: 27 2, 104| virtues, ~namely, justice, gratitude and friendship. It belongs 28 2, 104| likewise to the virtue of gratitude when it has ~the character 29 2, 104| 13. And likewise, since gratitude regards the favor inasmuch 30 2, 104| praiseworthy and is deserving of gratitude, consists ~materially in 31 2, 104| 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Gratitude is a part of justice, not 32 2, 104| Whether the repayment of gratitude should surpass the favor 33 2, 104| need for the repayment of gratitude to ~surpass the favor received. 34 2, 104| the impossible. Therefore ~gratitude for a favor does not tend 35 2, 104| Therefore repayment of ~gratitude should not surpass the favor 36 2, 104| have received. Therefore gratitude ~should incline to do something 37 2, 104| As stated above (A[5]), gratitude regards the favor ~received 38 2, 104| has received. ~Therefore gratitude always inclines, as far 39 2, 104| would be ~sufficient for gratitude.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[106] A[ 40 2, 104| Reply OBJ 2: The debt of gratitude flows from charity, which 41 2, 104| unreasonable if the ~obligation of gratitude has no limit.~Aquin.: SMT 42 2, 104| equality of things, so in gratitude we consider equality of 43 2, 105| ad 1, A[6]) a debt of ~gratitude is a moral debt required 44 2, 105| 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Gratitude regards a favor received: 45 2, 105| and this is contrary to gratitude.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[107] A[ 46 2, 105| repayment ~of the debt of gratitude, as stated above (Q[106], 47 2, 105| Reply OBJ 3: The debt of gratitude flows from the debt of love, 48 2, 105| Ingratitude is opposed to gratitude or thankfulness, ~which 49 2, 105| opposed to ~the virtue of gratitude by way of excess, for instance 50 2, 105| instance if one were to ~show gratitude for things for which gratitude 51 2, 105| gratitude for things for which gratitude is not due, or sooner than ~ 52 2, 105| But still more opposed to ~gratitude is the vice denoting deficiency 53 2, 105| vice denoting deficiency of gratitude, because the ~virtue of 54 2, 105| because the ~virtue of gratitude, as stated above (Q[106], 55 2, 105| from being ~a deficiency of gratitude. Now every deficiency or 56 2, 105| hearing. Therefore just as ~gratitude or thankfulness is one special 57 2, 105| the ~things required for gratitude. The first of these is to 58 2, 105| charity, ~since the debt of gratitude proceeds from that virtue, 59 2, 105| 106], A[6]), the debt of gratitude requires a ~man to make 60 2, 105| omits to pay the ~debt of gratitude, but does the contrary. 61 2, 105| his ungratefulness into gratitude, and if he does not achieve ~ 62 2, 105| occasion not of sin but of gratitude and love. And if the recipient ~ 63 2, 106| belongs to the virtue of gratitude, so too the ~punishment 64 2, 120| justice, so are observance, gratitude, ~and others of which we 65 2, 127| belongs to the perfection of gratitude, in the act of ~which he


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