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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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worth

   Part, Question
1 1, 1 | by reason of the higher worth of its ~subject-matter. 2 1, 1 | in point of the higher worth of ~its subject-matter because 3 1, 110 | door" ~(Gn. 19:11). [*It is worth noting that these are the 4 2, 19 | intended to buy a thing worth a hundred pounds. Secondly, 5 2, 47 | little of things that are not worth much ado" (Rhet. ~ii, 2). 6 2, 65 | things, and so accounts his worth, is ~modest, but not magnanimous." 7 2, 114 | life everlasting." And the worth of the work depends on ~ 8 2, 114 | much is our personal faith worth with God, Who set such a 9 2, 45 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The worth of prudence consists not 10 2, 57 | thing for more than it is worth. ~Therefore a man may happen 11 2, 75 | thing for more than its worth?~(2) Of unjust sales on 12 2, 75 | thing for more than its worth?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[77] A[ 13 2, 75 | thing for more than its ~worth. In the commutations of 14 2, 75 | thing for more than its worth, and the ~buyer buying a 15 2, 75 | thing for less than its worth. Therefore it is lawful 16 2, 75 | thing for more than its worth~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[77] A[1] 17 2, 75 | thing for more than its worth.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[77] A[ 18 2, 75 | this utility sometimes is worth more than the thing ~given, 19 2, 75 | return for more than its worth.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[77] A[ 20 2, 75 | thing for more than its worth. Therefore no man should ~ 21 2, 75 | another man for more than its worth.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[77] A[ 22 2, 75 | quantity of the thing's worth, or, ~conversely, the thing 23 2, 75 | thing for more than its worth, or ~to buy it for less 24 2, 75 | buy it for less than its worth, is in itself unjust and 25 2, 75 | thing for ~more than it is worth in itself, though the price 26 2, 75 | be not more than ~it is worth to the owner. Yet if the 27 2, 75 | goods ~for more than their worth, or the buyer obtain them 28 2, 75 | them for less than their ~worth, the law looks upon this 29 2, 75 | higher ~price than their worth, or to buy them for less 30 2, 76 | the property is ~perhaps worth more than what they paid 31 2, 78 | rendered to those who excel ~in worth."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[80] A[ 32 2, 98 | The kingdom of heaven is worth as much as you ~possess." 33 2, 127 | worthy in accordance with his worth" (Ethic. iv, 3), ~since 34 2, 133 | spend less than his work is worth, and ~thus fails to observe 35 2, 143 | attract us by their own worth, such as virtue, truth, ~ 36 2, 173 | accordance with man's mode and worth that he ~be raised above 37 2, 183 | A man ~is of very little worth who though excelling in 38 3, 1 | Learn, O Christian, thy ~worth; and being made a partner 39 3, 2 | increases its virtue and worth; just as the ~sensitive 40 3, 48 | that it was of ~infinite worth.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[48] A[ 41 3, 78 | sacrament is ~of greater worth than the others, as stated 42 3, 82 | sinful priest is of less worth than the mass of a ~good 43 3, 82 | sinful priest is not of less worth ~than that of a good priest. 44 Suppl, 10| receive Baptism is ~not worth as much as the reception 45 Suppl, 71| after death. Therefore the ~worth of suffrages is measured 46 Suppl, 71| suffrage, ~if it be of equal worth, should diminish the punishment 47 Suppl, 93| the sun," says ~that "the worth of those who have the hundredfold


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