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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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deliberating

   Part, Question
1 2, 6 | the end, a man can, from ~deliberating about the end and the means 2 2, 6 | about them: for since the deliberating reason is ~indifferently 3 2, 8 | have health, and afterwards deliberating by what means to ~be healed, 4 2, 44 | reason, in thinking and ~deliberating about the future. But a 5 2, 74 | but because the reason in deliberating dwells [immoratur] thereon, 6 2, 74 | consequence of an act of reason deliberating and judging, as ~stated 7 2, 74 | the lower reason, while deliberating the ~matter in reference 8 2, 74 | pertains the fact ~that by deliberating through the eternal types, 9 2, 74 | through the ~reason, in deliberating, having recourse to some 10 2, 74 | just as when the reason in ~deliberating about an inordinate pleasurable 11 2, 77 | aversion pertains to ~the deliberating reason, whose function it 12 2, 77 | mortal sin, only when the deliberating reason is unable to come 13 2, 77 | happen suddenly: and so the deliberating reason can come to the ~ 14 2, 88 | of the ~approval of the deliberating reason.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 15 2, 109| although he is master of his deliberating or not ~deliberating, yet 16 2, 109| his deliberating or not ~deliberating, yet this can only be by 17 2, 2 | movement of the mind while ~yet deliberating, and not yet perfected by 18 2, 2 | secondly for an act of the ~deliberating intellect, and thirdly for 19 2, 8 | proceed to action before deliberating with ~his reason.~Aquin.: 20 2, 49 | rendered as the faculties of ~deliberating well {euboulia}, of judging 21 2, 49 | 1/1~Whether {euboulia} (deliberating well) is a virtue?~Aquin.: 22 2, 49 | would seem that {euboulia} (deliberating well) is not a ~virtue. 23 2, 49 | evil use of {euboulia} ~(deliberating well) or good counsel, either 24 2, 49 | alms. Therefore {euboulia} (deliberating well) is not a virtue.~Aquin.: 25 2, 49 | Phys. vii. But ~{euboulia} (deliberating well) is concerned with 26 2, 49 | Therefore ~{euboulia} (deliberating well) is not a virtue.~Aquin.: 27 2, 49 | Q[65]). Now {euboulia} (deliberating well) is not connected with 28 2, 49 | counsel. Therefore {euboulia} (deliberating well) is ~not a virtue.~ 29 2, 49 | Ethic. vi, 9) {euboulia} ~(deliberating well) "is a right counselling." 30 2, 49 | reason. Therefore {euboulia} (deliberating well) ~is a virtue.~Aquin.: 31 2, 49 | Ethic. x. ~But {euboulia} (deliberating well) signifies goodness 32 2, 49 | evident that {euboulia} (deliberating well) is a human virtue.~ 33 2, 49 | no good counsel either in deliberating for an evil ~end, or in 34 2, 49 | contrary to {euboulia} (deliberating well), as the ~Philosopher 35 2, 49 | sinner as such is {euboulia} (deliberating well) to ~be found: since 36 2, 49 | 1/1~Whether {euboulia} (deliberating well) is a special virtue, 37 2, 49 | would seem that {euboulia} (deliberating well) is not a ~distinct 38 2, 49 | this belongs to {euboulia} (deliberating well) as stated above. Therefore ~{ 39 2, 49 | Therefore ~{euboulia} (deliberating well) is not distinct from 40 2, 49 | AA[4],6). Now {euboulia} (deliberating well) and prudence are ~ 41 2, 49 | Therefore {euboulia} ~(deliberating well) is not a distinct 42 2, 49 | belongs to {euboulia} ~(deliberating well), while decision belongs 43 2, 49 | prudence. There {euboulia} ~(deliberating well) is not a distinct 44 2, 49 | not apply to {euboulia} (deliberating well). Therefore ~{euboulia} ( 45 2, 49 | Therefore ~{euboulia} (deliberating well) is a distinct virtue 46 2, 49 | Consequently ~{euboulia} (deliberating well) which makes man take 47 2, 49 | principal, ~so {euboulia} (deliberating well) is directed to prudence 48 2, 49 | commanding ~it, to {euboulia} (deliberating well) by eliciting it.~Aquin.: 49 2, 49 | proves not that ~{euboulia} (deliberating well) is not a distinct 50 2, 49 | need, besides {euboulia} (deliberating ~well), for another virtue, 51 2, 49 | counsel, viz. {euboulia} (deliberating ~well) and only one virtue 52 2, 49 | principles. Hence {euboulia} ~(deliberating well) to which the research 53 2, 50 | or even of {euboulia} (deliberating well), as is evident from 54 2, 50 | Prudence or {euboulia} (deliberating well), whether ~acquired 55 2, 50 | prudence or {euboulia} ~(deliberating well) makes man take good 56 2, 51 | counsel" to which {euboulia} (deliberating well) corresponds, ~"precipitation" 57 2, 67 | considered sufficient time for deliberating on the ~expediency of an 58 2, 93 | that when the ~Romans were deliberating whether they would change 59 2, 187| of ~many, and previously deliberating for a long time?~Aquin.: 60 2, 187| of many, and previously deliberating for a long time. For it


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