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libanus 3
libations 1
liber 13
liberal 63
liberality 205
liberality- 1
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63 judas
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63 miraculously
63 mutually
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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liberal

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1 1, 44 | alone is the most perfectly liberal giver, because He ~does 2 1, 45 | alone is the most perfectly liberal giver, because He ~does 3 2, 27 | man loves the man who is liberal, in so far as he expects ~ 4 2, 32 | him: for ~which reason the liberal man takes pleasure in giving 5 2, 57 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the liberal arts excel the mechanical 6 2, 57 | arts are practical, so the liberal arts are speculative. ~Therefore, 7 2, 57 | called ~arts indeed, but "liberal" arts, in order to distinguish 8 2, 57 | and not arts. Nor, if the liberal arts be more ~excellent, 9 2, 66 | justice, for "a man is not liberal in giving, unless he gives 10 2, 29 | for himself, his is ~not a liberal giving. On the other hand, 11 2, 45 | speculative, as in the case of the liberal arts. Therefore prudence ~ 12 2, 56 | Reply OBJ 1: Although the liberal man gives of his own, yet 13 2, 81 | OBJ 3: Further, it is more liberal to give to one that asks 14 2, 81 | But God is ~supremely liberal. Therefore it would seem 15 2, 104 | v), "just as a man is ~liberal who gives not to himself 16 2, 105 | requires a ~man to make a liberal return, which, however, 17 2, 115 | yet it pertains to ~the liberal man to do the contrary, 18 2, 115 | 1), "it is the mark of a liberal man not to look to himself, ~ 19 2, 115 | happiness, it seems that the liberal ~man is not virtuous, for 20 2, 115 | are virtuous who cannot be liberal, for they have nothing to 21 2, 115 | few things. Wherefore the liberal man commendably spends ~ 22 2, 115 | does not belong to the ~liberal man even in temporal things 23 2, 115 | It does not belong to a liberal man so to give away his ~ 24 2, 115 | Ethic. iv, 1) that "the liberal man does not neglect ~his 25 2, 115 | on intemperance are not liberal but prodigal"; and likewise 26 2, 115 | certain evil works, are not ~liberal.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[117] A[ 27 2, 115 | virtuous man from being liberal, although he be poor. ~Hence 28 2, 115 | Further, it belongs to a liberal man to make use of any kind 29 2, 115 | iv, 1) it belongs to ~the liberal man to part with things. 30 2, 115 | Further, it belongs to a liberal man, not only to give but 31 2, 115 | Benef. v): ~"A man is not liberal by giving to himself." Therefore 32 2, 115 | riches." Now such is the liberal man. Therefore the good 33 2, 115 | a man is not said to be liberal for the reason that ~he 34 2, 115 | Whether it belongs to a liberal man chiefly to give?~Aquin.: 35 2, 115 | it does not belong to a liberal man chiefly to ~give. For 36 2, 115 | not chiefly belong to ~the liberal man.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[117] 37 2, 115 | cease from doing it. But a liberal man is sometimes sorry for ~ 38 2, 115 | not belong chiefly to a liberal man to give.~Aquin.: SMT 39 2, 115 | all the ways he can. Now a liberal man is not a beggar, as 40 2, 115 | Therefore it belongs to a liberal man to spend rather than 41 2, 115 | that "it belongs to ~a liberal man to surpass in giving."~ 42 2, 115 | that, It is proper to a liberal man to use money. Now the 43 2, 115 | text. 17,18). Therefore a liberal man is praised chiefly for ~ 44 2, 115 | the sole cause of their liberal ~expenditure they have not 45 2, 115 | unsuitably. ~Wherefore the liberal man is grieved at both: 46 2, 115 | does not ~belong to the liberal man to be ready to receive, 47 2, 115 | them that he may make a ~liberal use thereof.~Aquin.: SMT 48 2, 115 | among the virtuous the ~liberal are the most beloved." Therefore 49 2, 115 | after them, those who are liberal."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[117] 50 2, 115 | The friendship whereby a liberal man is beloved is not that ~ 51 2, 117 | given. Hence sometimes the liberal man gives more than the 52 2, 117 | prodigal but ~perfectly liberal.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[119] A[ 53 2, 126 | magnificent man must needs be liberal," as the ~Philosopher observes ( 54 2, 132 | iv, 2) that "not every liberal man is ~magnificent." Therefore 55 2, 132 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Not every liberal man is magnificent as regards 56 2, 132 | deeds. ~Nevertheless every liberal man has the habit of magnificence, 57 2, 132 | every magnificent man is liberal" (Ethic. iv, 2). But ~liberality 58 2, 132 | use of money regards the liberal man in one way and the ~ 59 2, 132 | another. For it regards the liberal man, inasmuch as ~it proceeds 60 2, 132 | faculty, and do not hinder the liberal man from giving and spending: 61 2, 133 | things: wherefore both the ~liberal and the magnificent do little 62 2, 133 | this in common with the ~liberal man, that he spends his 63 Suppl, 18| because he had allowed a liberal discount to ~his master'


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