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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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value

   Part, Question
1 1, 63 | which can be estimated in value of money; to these demons 2 1, 64 | which can be estimated in value of money; to these demons 3 2, 105 | restitution at least to the value of the hire of the animal 4 2, 105 | to die or ~depreciate in value; or through an extrinsic 5 2, 105 | restored only twice their value. But ~sheep cannot be easily 6 2, 114 | condignly. For thus the value of its ~merit depends upon 7 2, 55 | that he may receive equal value ~in return, and this is 8 2, 60 | is bound to pay him the value of the house. ~Secondly, 9 2, 60 | would be paid, not the exact value taken from him, ~but more, 10 2, 60 | especially if it be of great ~value and can easily be sent: 11 2, 75 | be specifically ~of lower value, as when a man sells gold 12 2, 75 | the goods are ~of less value, and he takes nothing off 13 2, 75 | a thing makes it of less value now than it ~seems to be: 14 2, 75 | expected to be of less ~value at a future time, on account 15 2, 75 | them for less than their value, as ~shown above (A[1]). 16 2, 75 | bought it for less than its value, or ~sell it for more than 17 2, 75 | sell it for more than its value. Therefore this cannot be 18 2, 75 | the thing, or because the value of the thing has changed 19 2, 76 | reckoned as money "if its value can be measured by money." 20 2, 76 | can be ~priced at a money value, as may be seen in the case 21 2, 76 | appreciated at a money ~value, it is lawful to take, exact, 22 2, 76 | be priced at a pecuniary value, and which can be the basis 23 2, 76 | kind has its pecuniary value. Consequently it is lawful 24 2, 83 | sacrifice is measured not by the value of ~the animal killed, but 25 2, 98 | anything that has a pecuniary value, as the ~Philosopher states ( 26 2, 98 | that can have a pecuniary value." Now it is evident that 27 2, 98 | which has a ~pecuniary value, wherefore servants are 28 2, 98 | usefulness which has a pecuniary value. Wherefore just as a man 29 2, 115 | and gives ~things their value." ~(tm)Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 30 2, 115 | and whatever has a money value, as stated in the foregoing 31 2, 116 | all ~external goods the value of which can be measured 32 2, 116 | about things of ~little value. Sometimes a man is said 33 2, 132 | great, namely in ~quantity, value, or dignity, and this is 34 2, 133 | exceeds in expenditure the value ~of the work, by spending 35 2, 152 | man reason is of greater ~value than the body, wherefore 36 2, 153 | continent soul," because its value is not measured with gold ~ 37 3, 48 | malice: and ~therefore the value of His Passion in atoning 38 3, 82 | wicked priest is of less value than that of a ~good one?~( 39 3, 82 | sinful priest is not of less value than the mass ~of a good 40 3, 82 | wicked priest is not of less ~value than that of a good priest, 41 Suppl, 25| Therefore indulgences have some value.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[25] A[ 42 Suppl, 25| that indulgences have some value, for it would ~be blasphemy 43 Suppl, 25| perhaps puts too high a value on it - nor of the recipient - 44 Suppl, 39| master double the slave's value, if they knew him to be 45 Suppl, 51| instead of another of equal value. Therefore a marriage is 46 Suppl, 51| be but another of equal value, ~this does not void the 47 Suppl, 52| compensate the other in value and will take the child 48 Suppl, 71| indulgences derive their value, as stated above (Q[27], ~ 49 Suppl, 71| amount of truth: for ~the value of suffrages may be gauged 50 Suppl, 71| from two sources. For their value is ~derived in the first 51 Suppl, 71| for him. In this ~way the value of suffrages regards more 52 Suppl, 71| place suffrages derive their value from being applied to ~another 53 Suppl, 71| for several are of as much value to each one as ~if they 54 Suppl, 71| several are of as much ~value to each one as if they had 55 Suppl, 71| several, it is ~of as much value to each one as if it were 56 Suppl, 71| for several is of as much value to each one as if it ~were 57 Suppl, 71| 1~I answer that, If the value of suffrages be considered 58 Suppl, 71| hand, if we consider the value of ~suffrages, inasmuch 59 Suppl, 71| general is of sufficient value to release all who are in


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