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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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blame

   Part, Question
1 1, 104 | imputed to man for reward or blame. But this is false. ~Therefore 2 1, 104 | be imputed for ~reward or blame. But since its being moved 3 2, 1 | as their end is worthy of blame or praise so are our deeds ~ 4 2, 1 | are our deeds ~worthy of blame or praise."~Aquin.: SMT 5 2, 6 | acts ~lead to praise and blame." But neither praise nor 6 2, 6 | But neither praise nor blame is due to the ~acts of irrational 7 2, 6 | Reply OBJ 3: Praise and blame are the result of the voluntary 8 2, 7 | to be worthy of praise or blame, of excuse or ~indictment. 9 2, 17 | OBJ 3: Further, praise and blame are awarded only to such 10 2, 17 | there is room for praise and blame, virtue and vice: as ~in 11 2, 17 | Virtue and vice, praise and blame do not affect the acts ~ 12 2, 18 | praise and reward, the other, blame and punishment. But as ~ 13 2, 21 | thereby deserves praise or blame?~(3) Whether accordingly, 14 2, 21 | action deserves praise or blame, by reason of its being ~ 15 2, 21 | does not deserve praise or ~blame by reason of its being good 16 2, 21 | deserving of praise or blame (Ethic. iii, 5). Therefore 17 2, 21 | action ~does not deserve blame, by reason of its being 18 2, 21 | virtue ~deserve censure and blame." But good actions are virtuous; 19 2, 21 | action deserves praise or blame, through being good or evil.~ 20 2, 21 | more comprehensive than blame. For an action is said to 21 2, 21 | said to deserve praise or ~blame, from its being imputed 22 2, 21 | agent: since to praise or to blame ~means nothing else than 23 2, 21 | them worthy of praise or blame: and in such like actions, ~ 24 2, 21 | natural actions, there is no blame.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[21] A[ 25 2, 21 | action deserves praise or ~blame, in so far as it is in the 26 2, 24 | becoming worthy of praise or blame, in so far as they are subordinate 27 2, 73 | the ~sword." Moreover much blame is attached to the sin committed 28 2, 96 | at any rate are open to blame. In like manner many ~things 29 2, 11 | apostleship, whoever may blame me, will prove that he himself 30 2, 33 | neither for praise nor for blame: whereas ~moderate sorrow 31 2, 33 | sorrow for evil, call for blame. It is in this sense ~that 32 2, 66 | error for which he is not to blame. All these things must be ~ 33 2, 70 | he would not be without blame.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[72] A[ 34 2, 75 | latter is justly deserving of blame, ~because, considered in 35 2, 113 | is contrary to good, and blame to praise. But it is ~not 36 2, 113 | But it is ~not a sin to blame evil. Neither, then, is 37 2, 113 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Even to blame evil is sinful, if due circumstances 38 2, 117 | prodigal son is held to blame for his prodigality.~Aquin.: 39 2, 117 | circumstance that calls for blame, inasmuch as we ascribe 40 2, 117 | he does so it calls for blame, since he is unwilling to ~ 41 2, 120 | Sabbath, "and are without blame." Accordingly, the priests 42 2, 120 | Sabbath, and are without blame." On the ~other hand, those 43 2, 121 | to be avoided, such ~as blame, pain, or loss.~Aquin.: 44 2, 123 | call for neither praise nor blame, ~because, to wit, we neither 45 2, 123 | wit, we neither praise nor blame those who are angry or ~ 46 2, 125 | does not seem to call for blame, except in so far ~as it 47 2, 127 | this would be deserving of blame. ~Accordingly magnanimity 48 2, 127 | properties that call for blame. For, in the first ~place, 49 2, 127 | magnanimous ~man call not for blame, but for very great praise. 50 2, 154 | Ethic. vii, 7) that we blame more the intemperate man, ~" 51 2, 156 | even as neither do we incur blame ~thereby," as stated in 52 2, 156 | or demerit, of praise or blame. But as regulated by ~reason, 53 2, 185 | s attention to him. Yet ~blame does not attach to all strange 54 3, 29 | 1:26,27: "How could we blame Herod or the ~Jews if they 55 3, 40 | Sabbath, ~and are without blame?" And (Jn. 7:23) it is written 56 3, 42 | this question who dare not blame or blaspheme Christ, and 57 3, 46 | others are ~more deserving of blame if they do not compassionate 58 3, 80 | liii: "I neither praise nor blame daily reception of the ~ 59 Suppl, 1 | bring us neither praise nor ~blame" (Ethic. ii, 5). But sorrow 60 Suppl, 93| afflictions will be deserving of ~blame. However such afflictions


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