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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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decision

   Part, Question
1 1, 36 | heresies. Hence in ~the decision of the council of Chalcedon 2 1, 78 | subject to judgment and true decision." Therefore the ~opinionative 3 2, 13 | syllogism; and it is called "a decision" or ~"judgment," to be followed 4 2, 13 | choice results from the ~decision or judgment which is, as 5 2, 13 | Reply OBJ 2: The reason's decision or judgment of what is to 6 2, 14 | reason of its judgment or ~decision. Consequently when the judgment 7 2, 14 | Consequently when the judgment or decision is evident without ~inquiry, 8 2, 15 | the means presupposes the decision of counsel. And ~therefore 9 2, 15 | appetitive movement to counsel's ~decision is consent, properly speaking. 10 2, 15 | I answer that, The final decision belongs to him who holds 11 2, 15 | be pronounced, the final decision ~has not been given. Now 12 2, 15 | in the light of a final decision. Now the final decision 13 2, 15 | decision. Now the final decision of ~what is to be done is 14 2, 17 | Because after counsel's decision, ~which is reason's judgment, 15 2, 19 | supreme. Therefore ~the decision of an erring reason does 16 2, 74 | even though ~there be no decision to fulfil it, on account 17 2, 95 | justice to be entrusted to the decision ~of judges, than to frame 18 2, 95 | matters ~to be left to the decision of men.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 19 2, 105 | should wait ~for the Lord's decision; and that they should not 20 2, 105 | will, hence it is that the ~decision of matters between one man 21 2, 108 | Law, but are left to the decision of man; some relating to ~ 22 2, 1 | may hold firmly ~to his decision. Consequently it belongs 23 2, 1 | matters of faith: ~for this decision of the general council did 24 2, 1 | council is ~convoked, and its decision confirmed.~Aquin.: SMT SS 25 2, 49 | speculative sciences, research and decision belong to ~the same science. 26 2, 49 | deliberating well), while decision belongs to prudence. There { 27 2, 58 | judgment" is a statement ~or decision of the just or right. Now 28 2, 58 | judgment, which denotes a right decision about what is just, belongs ~ 29 2, 58 | original meaning of a right ~decision about what is just, has 30 2, 58 | extended to signify a right ~decision in any matter whether speculative 31 2, 58 | judgment, which ~denotes a decision of what is just, belongs 32 2, 58 | judgment is nothing else but a ~decision or determination of what 33 2, 67 | Catholic who appeals to the decision of a judge of another faith ~ 34 2, 67 | faculty of appealing from the decision of ~judges of our own choice, 35 2, 67 | lawful to appeal from his decision, since ~seemingly his ordinary 36 2, 86 | it ~depends on another's decision, as when, for instance, 37 2, 86 | law, ~but he pronounces a decision on a matter to which a man 38 2, 86 | prelate is at fault in his decision, the person who took the 39 2, 86 | anyone ~it depends on his decision whether he accept what you 40 2, 86 | could ~hold to the prelate's decision whether of commutation or 41 2, 93 | on the other hand, the decision by lot be left to a spiritual 42 2, 93 | Sometimes, however, the decision is left to God, according 43 2, 97 | disagree about the ~sovereign's decision, and doubt whether the person 44 2, 173 | clearly comes to an opposite decision, not only in his book (De ~ 45 2, 183 | in human acts: for the ~decision in such matters is left 46 2, 187 | like manner the superior's decision should be sought in ~the 47 3, 68 | should come to the same decision as with regard to children 48 3, 90 | according to the judge's decision, and not ~according to the 49 3, 90 | he atone according to the decision of ~God's minister, and 50 Suppl, 18| be amended, but leave the decision of this ~matter to the judgment 51 Suppl, 21| or by failing to obey the decision of the court. For then, ~ 52 Suppl, 22| danger should be left to the ~decision of superiors. Now the punishment 53 Suppl, 25| effect ~depends on a man's decision. The remission granted through 54 Suppl, 25| indulgences. Consequently the decision of how much punishment is 55 Suppl, 52| reason ~in its favor as the decision of the time-honored deliberations 56 Suppl, 64| Council of Lerida, which ~decision is quoted by the Decretals.~ 57 Suppl, 71| regulated according to the decision of the ~party who grants 58 Suppl, 85| is that we may come to a decision about them. Now before the 59 Suppl, 94| I ~dare not give a rash decision. For some have deemed hell


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