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49 immersion
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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expenditure

   Part, Question
1 2, 64 | magnificence to very large expenditure, as stated in Ethic. iv, 2 2, 65 | liberality in small gifts and ~expenditure, if he were to come in for 3 2, 115| designation of costs or ~expenditure; while the other consists 4 2, 115| cause of their liberal ~expenditure they have not the virtue 5 2, 117| defraud by their ~prodigal expenditure. In like manner the covetous 6 2, 132| that "the most commendable expenditure is ~that which is directed 7 2, 132| of magnificence is great expenditure?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[134] A[ 8 2, 132| magnificence is not great ~expenditure. For there are not two virtues 9 2, 132| But ~liberality is about expenditure, as stated above (Q[117], 10 2, 132| magnificence is not about expenditure.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[134] A[ 11 2, 132| gifts rather than about expenditure. Therefore ~magnificence 12 2, 132| also is not chiefly about expenditure, but about gifts.~Aquin.: 13 2, 132| work. ~But not even great expenditure is always the means of producing 14 2, 132| sending presents. ~Therefore expenditure is not the proper matter 15 2, 132| rich are capable of great expenditure. But the ~poor are able 16 2, 132| magnificence is not about great expenditure.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[134] A[ 17 2, 132| it ~is only about great expenditure.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[134] A[ 18 2, 132| great work, ~proportionate expenditure is necessary, for great 19 2, 132| produced without great expenditure. Hence it belongs to magnificence 20 2, 132| i.e. proportionate, ~"expenditure." Now expenditure is the 21 2, 132| proportionate, ~"expenditure." Now expenditure is the outlay of a sum of 22 2, 132| be said to be both this expenditure ~itself, which the magnificent 23 2, 132| money (such as gifts and expenditure), the obstacles to which ~ 24 2, 132| use is impossible without expenditure ~or outlay.~Aquin.: SMT 25 2, 132| rather under the ~aspect of expenditure directed to the production 26 2, 132| with fear, but only with expenditure, which ~is a kind of action. 27 2, 132| For liberality regards expenditure in reference to the ~love 28 2, 132| hand, magnificence ~regards expenditure in reference to hope, by 29 2, 132| determinate matter, namely ~expenditure: wherefore magnificence, 30 2, 132| difficult in the matter of expenditure, even as fortitude ~tends 31 2, 132| observing proportion of expenditure to the work he has in hand. 32 2, 133| magnificent man with equal ~expenditure will produce a more magnificent 33 2, 133| that reason demands between expenditure and ~work. Now the essence 34 2, 133| illiberality regards ~ordinary expenditure, while meanness regards 35 2, 133| while meanness regards great expenditure, which is ~a more difficult 36 2, 133| above (A[1]). Now just as expenditure may be ~little in comparison 37 2, 133| requires to exist ~between expenditure and work. Hence it is manifest 38 2, 133| due proportion between his expenditure and his ~work, has a vice 39 2, 133| done, but not ~from the expenditure being in excess of the work: 40 2, 133| meanness in that it exceeds in expenditure the value ~of the work, 41 2, 150| magnificence which is about great ~expenditure is for this reason a special 42 2, 150| being magnificent in his expenditure, were he ~in a position 43 2, 158| magnificence is about great expenditure, there is need in addition 44 2, 158| concerned with ordinary expenditure. Hence there is ~need for 45 2, 159| habit of avoiding excessive ~expenditure and parade." Therefore it 46 2, 159| OBJ 4: Excess in outward expenditure and parade is wont to be 47 2, 167| habit of ~avoiding excessive expenditure and parade"; "contentment" [* 48 Suppl, 7| special virtue: thus the ~expenditure of large sums is the object 49 Suppl, 7| ordinary kind of average expenditure and gifts belongs to liberality,


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