Part, Question
1 1, 1  God form within us a truer estimate that God is above whatsoever
2 1, 54  they have a false practical estimate of what ~is the true good;
3 1, 59  it is in man. As ~a man's estimate in speculative matters differs
4 1, 65  To those, however, who estimate ~things, not by the nature
5 1, 55  they have a false practical estimate of what ~is the true good;
6 1, 60  it is in man. As ~a man's estimate in speculative matters differs
7 1, 66  To those, however, who estimate ~things, not by the nature
8 2, 4  intellect: since it destroys the estimate of prudence (Ethic. vi,
9 2, 4  contrary to reason, hinders the estimate of ~prudence more than it
10 2, 4  more than it hinders the estimate of the speculative intellect. ~(
11 2, 4  And we should form our estimate of things not simply according
12 2, 5  fail altogether in their estimate.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[5] A[4]
13 2, 33  pleasure ~destroys the estimate of prudence."~Aquin.: SMT
14 2, 33  bodily pleasures ~destroy the estimate of prudence, but not the
15 2, 33  but not the speculative estimate," to ~which they are not
16 2, 46  justice according to the estimate of ~the angry man, then
17 2, 48  is first ~felt; and our estimate thereof is gradually lessened
18 2, 8  so far as to have a right estimate ~of the end, it has not
19 2, 8  2/2 ~Now to have a right estimate about the last end one must
20 2, 8  matters a ~man has a right estimate about the end through a
21 2, 8  perfected as to have a right estimate ~about the end.~Aquin.:
22 2, 8  with regard to a ~right estimate about the last end, which
23 2, 19  appetitive movement, his estimate being ~corrupted in a particular
24 2, 19  necessary ~to have a particular estimate (De Anima iii, 2), just
25 2, 19  particular, his particular estimate being ~corrupted by a habit
26 2, 19  particular moment, has a ~corrupt estimate in a particular matter,
27 2, 19  retains the true ~universal estimate according to faith, viz.
28 2, 19  the universal, the true ~estimate of faith, viz. that there
29 2, 19  is no hope of pardon, his estimate being ~corrupted in a particular
30 2, 19  removal of the universal ~estimate of faith, which is, so to
31 2, 19  removal of the particular estimate, which is the ~secondary
32 2, 20  works: and it ~is to this estimate that the movement of presumption
33 2, 22  true science, ~if a right estimate of the first indemonstrable
34 2, 45  ends one forms ~a right estimate through the habits of moral
35 2, 45  and ~sorrow pervert the estimate of prudence": wherefore
36 2, 47  intellectual power, ~but the right estimate about some final principle,
37 2, 47  of prudence is a right ~estimate of some particular end.~
38 2, 47  1~Reply OBJ 3: The right estimate about a particular end is
39 2, 47  Prudence consists in a right estimate about matters of ~action.
40 2, 47  of ~action. Now a right estimate or opinion is acquired in
41 2, 47  disposition to acquire a right estimate by oneself, ~yet so that
42 2, 51  above ~all corrupts the estimate of prudence," and chiefly
43 2, 58  life who is sound in his estimate of things, and turns ~neither
44 2, 75  but depends on a kind of estimate, so that a ~slight addition
45 2, 130  But if we consider ~his estimate, he is opposed to the magnanimous
46 2, 145  calculation, but on a rough estimate: for it suffices that it
47 2, 152  according to the father's estimate, and shall pay the price
48 2, 154  principle']," to wit, the right estimate of the end.~Aquin.: SMT
49 2, 154  is corrupt as regards the estimate of the last end, which holds
50 2, 159  difficult things but the estimate ~thereof.~Aquin.: SMT SS
51 2, 159  the desire but with the estimate of great ~things.~Aquin.:
52 2, 159  included referring to the estimate a man forms ~in acknowledging
53 2, 164  consists in man having a true estimate about each thing. The other ~
54 Suppl, 25 punishment beyond a just estimate seems ~to amount to the
55 Suppl, 25 far as ~he exceeds that estimate, he limits the compensation.
56 Suppl, 25 anything beyond the just estimate. Now indulgences are often ~
57 Suppl, 25 published which exceed that just estimate. Therefore they do not avail
58 Suppl, 25 them, according to a just estimate, not of him who grants ~
59 Suppl, 25 he receives, but a just estimate ~according to the estimate
60 Suppl, 25 estimate ~according to the estimate of good men who consider
61 Suppl, 25 requirements of this just estimate, taking into consideration
62 Suppl, 25 granted. We cannot, then, estimate the ~quantity of the remission
63 Suppl, 47 they differ as to their estimate ~of the threatening evil,
64 Suppl, 51 will's act presupposes an estimate or judgment about something
65 Suppl, 84 it would be impossible to estimate the length of time one ~
