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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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beneficence

   Part, Question
1 2, 25 | loving others. As regards ~beneficence we are bound to observe 2 2, 25 | evident from what he says of beneficence.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[26] A[ 3 2, 29 | 31] Out. Para. 1/2 - OF BENEFICENCE (FOUR ARTICLES) ~We must 4 2, 29 | effects of charity, (1) ~Beneficence, (2) Almsdeeds, which are 5 2, 29 | Almsdeeds, which are a part of beneficence, (3) ~Fraternal correction, 6 2, 29 | of inquiry:~(1) Whether beneficence is an act of charity ?~( 7 2, 29 | united to us?~(4) Whether beneficence is a special virtue?~Aquin.: 8 2, 29 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether beneficence is an act of charity?~Aquin.: 9 2, 29 | OBJ 1: It would seem that beneficence is not an act of charity. 10 2, 29 | of thy ~hand?" Therefore beneficence is not an act of charity.~ 11 2, 29 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, beneficence consists chiefly in making 12 2, 29 | to liberality. Therefore beneficence is an act of liberality 13 2, 29 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, Beneficence simply means doing good 14 2, 29 | good, ~and this belongs to beneficence in general, and is an act 15 2, 29 | to his friend. Therefore beneficence in its general ~acceptation 16 2, 29 | special aspect of good, then beneficence will assume a special character ~ 17 2, 29 | inferior:" and in this respect beneficence is an effect of love. Hence 18 2, 29 | outward gift, the ~act of beneficence belongs in general to friendship 19 2, 29 | with him. Therefore, since beneficence is an act of charity, we 20 2, 29 | stated above (A[1], ad 1), beneficence is an effect of ~love in 21 2, 29 | charity ~extends to all, beneficence also should extend to all, 22 2, 29 | weal are ~deprived of all beneficence, in so far as this prevents 23 2, 29 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether beneficence is a special virtue?~Aquin.: 24 2, 29 | OBJ 1: It would seem that beneficence is a special virtue. For 25 2, 29 | Ethic. i 9,13; ii, 1). Now beneficence and love are prescribed 26 2, 29 | that hate you." Therefore beneficence is a ~virtue distinct from 27 2, 29 | Now there are opposed to ~beneficence certain vices whereby a 28 2, 29 | and so forth. Therefore beneficence is a ~special virtue.~Aquin.: 29 2, 29 | seem to be several kinds of beneficence, according to the ~various 30 2, 29 | kinds of benefits. Therefore beneficence is a distinct virtue ~from 31 2, 29 | different virtues. Now beneficence and goodwill differ only 32 2, 29 | and internal act, since beneficence is the execution of goodwill. ~ 33 2, 29 | charity, so neither ~is beneficence.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[31] A[ 34 2, 29 | object of charity and of ~beneficence is the same, since both 35 2, 29 | above (A[1]). Wherefore beneficence is not a distinct ~virtue 36 2, 32 | scandal, which are contrary to beneficence and fraternal correction.~ 37 2, 41 | vices which are opposed to ~beneficence, among which some come under 38 2, 42 | but also joy, peace ~and beneficence. But precepts should be 39 2, 42 | peace with all men" - about ~beneficence (Gal. 6:10): "Whilst we 40 2, 42 | about each of the parts of ~beneficence, as may be seen by anyone 41 2, 56 | says (De Offic. i, 7) that "beneficence which we ~may call kindness 42 2, 78 | affection"; "concord," and ~"beneficence" which is here called "humanity." 43 2, 78 | is a habit of voluntary beneficence." "Liberality" would seem ~ 44 2, 98 | but by their gratuitous beneficence inspire the ~poor with the 45 2, 104| For repayment is due to ~beneficence, and beneficence consists 46 2, 104| due to ~beneficence, and beneficence consists in deeds, as the 47 2, 104| consider the effect of beneficence, which a son receives from 48 2, 115| giving becomingly belongs to beneficence and mercy, ~which pertain 49 2, 115| two ~parts, justice and beneficence, also called liberality 50 2, 115| Reply OBJ 3: The giving of beneficence and mercy proceeds from 51 2, 157| applies to the withdrawal ~of beneficence, according to Prov. 11:17, " 52 2, 157| mercilessness, which is lack of ~beneficence. We may also reply that 53 2, 157| reply that withdrawal of beneficence is in ~itself a punishment.~


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