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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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morals

   Part, Question
1 1, 22 | For in the science of ~morals, after the moral virtues 2 1, 48 | constitutive differences except in ~morals, which receive their species 3 1, 48 | constitutive difference in ~morals is a certain good joined 4 1, 63 | sin ~in nature, art, or morals. That act alone, the rule 5 1, 49 | constitutive differences except in ~morals, which receive their species 6 1, 49 | constitutive difference in ~morals is a certain good joined 7 1, 64 | sin ~in nature, art, or morals. That act alone, the rule 8 1, 82 | later in the ~treatise on Morals in the second part of this 9 1, 83 | consideration of the science of morals; wherefore we shall treat 10 2, 6 | in detail. The study of Morals, therefore, since it treats 11 2, 8 | in those things. For in morals the end is what ~principles 12 2, 18 | principally in the doctrine of morals. But since circumstances 13 2, 18 | considered in the doctrine of morals.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[18] A[ 14 2, 24 | are proper to man: since "morals are ~properly predicated 15 2, 34 | the ~measure and rule of morals.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[34] A[ 16 2, 39 | however, ~in the science of Morals, we consider things individually - 17 2, 58 | When we speak of a ~man's morals, we do not say that he is 18 2, 58 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, morals are the matter of prudence, 19 2, 60 | Further, things pertaining to morals are specified by their end, ~ 20 2, 73 | opposed to the best." Now in morals the best is the greatest 21 2, 98 | at the beginning of his Morals (Praef. ~chap. i), "the 22 2, 99 | Now discipline belongs to morals; for this gloss on Heb. ~ 23 2, 99 | Discipline is an ~exercise in morals by means of difficulties." 24 2, 99 | the formation of ~human morals; as may be seen in the rites 25 2, 100 | certain things concerning good morals, to those that belong to ~ 26 2, 100 | ordinances pertaining to good morals.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] A[ 27 2, 100 | natural reason leads to good morals in certain ~matters, so 28 2, 100 | things pertaining to good morals. Therefore all the ~moral 29 2, 100 | their very nature to ~good morals. Now since human morals 30 2, 100 | morals. Now since human morals depend on their relation 31 2, 100 | principle of human acts, those morals are called good ~which accord 32 2, 100 | matters ~which concern good morals; and since good morals are 33 2, 100 | good morals; and since good morals are those which are in ~ 34 2, 102 | allegorical sense; or to the morals of ~the Christian people, 35 2, 102 | faith and concord in good morals: ~because his doctrine should 36 2, 104 | precepts: since human morals are based on reason. At 37 2, 114 | has been said regarding morals in general.~ 38 2, 10 | occurs in the perversion of morals. This does not apply to 39 2, 22 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, In morals the form of an act is taken 40 2, 22 | agent. Consequently, in morals, that ~which gives an act 41 2, 34 | that it belongs to good morals. But he says this because ~ 42 2, 43 | has learnt the ~science of morals, while he who has the habit 43 2, 59 | exhausted, and because the morals of men would ~be corrupted. 44 2, 117 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, In morals vices are opposed to one 45 2, 121 | occasion of much license in morals. ~Therefore it seems that 46 2, 148 | properly speaking, because morals take their species not from ~ 47 2, 151 | against neither nature, nor morals, nor a ~commandment": and 48 2, 152 | transgress the bounds of ~morals!" Now to go beyond one's 49 2, 152 | overthrow ~the bounds of morals through venereal desire 50 2, 184 | at the beginning of his Morals [*Epist. Missoria, ad ~Leand. 51 3, 1 | began to grow dim and their ~morals lax, He was pleased to choose 52 3, 1 | God and all uprightness of morals ~would have been swept away 53 3, 42 | evil ways corrupted the morals of the people. For which 54 3, 68 | test, ~when their faith and morals are subjected to proof for 55 Suppl, 36| the doctrine of faith and morals, and that others ~know whatever 56 Suppl, 36| careful inquiry about their morals and knowledge, ~and yet 57 Suppl, 44| consuetudo] pertains to morals. Yet it often ~happens that


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