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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 10 | another, the fact that we reckon before and after in ~movement, 2 1, 53 | through middle space, he must ~reckon infinite points in his movement: 3 1, 54 | through middle space, he must ~reckon infinite points in his movement: 4 1, 107 | By this similitude we can reckon the diversity of ~grades 5 2, 32 | Ethic. ii, 3 that "we must reckon the ~pleasure which follows 6 2, 32 | hatred, which makes one to reckon ~another's good as being 7 2, 39 | or ~because he does not reckon it as something unbecoming, 8 2, 39 | worse, namely, either not to reckon ~as evil that which is really 9 2, 40 | so ~far as it makes him reckon something possible, which 10 2, 42 | length of time, we should ~reckon the evil doubled, if it 11 2, 45 | those things that make us reckon ~victory as possible. Such 12 2, 57 | virtue; and yet he does not reckon it among the speculative 13 2, 61 | Cicero says (De Offic. i): "I reckon that it is not only ~unworthy 14 2, 70 | Therefore we ~should not reckon twelve fruits.~Aquin.: SMT 15 2, 70 | Therefore one should not reckon twelve fruits.~Aquin.: SMT 16 2, 70 | fruits of the Holy Ghost, we ~reckon "charity," wherein the Holy 17 2, 72 | Therefore it is unfitting to reckon sin of thought as one kind ~ 18 2, 84 | amounts to the same whether we reckon pride or self-love as the 19 2, 84 | seem that we ought not to reckon seven capital vices, ~viz. 20 2, 10 | may, in a general way, reckon these three as species of 21 2, 22 | Now philosophers do not reckon friendship a virtue, as 22 2, 24 | iv). Now many sinners reckon themselves to be good. Therefore 23 2, 24 | other hand, the wicked reckon their sensitive and corporeal 24 2, 25 | each one will love more and reckon to be nearer to himself ~ 25 2, 30 | unsuitably enumerated. For we reckon seven corporal almsdeeds, 26 2, 30 | Obj. 1 Para. 2/3~Again we reckon seven spiritual alms, namely, 27 2, 32 | Gregory (Moral. xxxi) does not reckon hatred among the ~seven 28 2, 33 | sorrow for things that we reckon evil and worthless. ~Accordingly 29 2, 34 | may befall another, they reckon that they ~themselves have 30 2, 68 | Philosopher (De Coelo i, 1), "we reckon 'all' ~and 'whole' to consist 31 2, 78 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, others reckon five parts of justice, viz. " 32 2, 121 | dangers of battle, as they reckon themselves capable ~of defending 33 2, 127 | Scip. i) and Andronicus reckon ~magnanimity as a part of 34 2, 130 | enumerated in two ways. For some ~reckon pride as one of their number: 35 2, 132 | Scip. i) and Andronicus reckon magnificence to be a part 36 2, 146 | and in this respect we ~reckon as a daughter of gluttony, " 37 2, 152 | special deformity, we ~must reckon it to be a determinate species 38 2, 153 | Andronicus [*De ~Affectibus] reckon continence to be annexed 39 2, 156 | Wherefore it was fitting to reckon that hatred arises from 40 2, 176 | Therefore ~it is unreasonable to reckon the "working of miracles" 41 2, 176 | grace, it is superfluous to reckon in addition the ~working 42 2, 187 | doth "first sit down and ~reckon the charges that are necessary, 43 3, 10 | even ~though we were to reckon all that are in act at any 44 3, 17 | the Son ~of God, does not reckon numerically with the Divine 45 3, 50 | unto God: ~so do you also reckon that you are dead to sin, 46 3, 53 | no more; so do you also reckon that you are dead to ~sin, 47 3, 56 | now no more, so let us reckon that we (Vulg.: 'you')" 48 3, 66 | Therefore we ~should not reckon two other Baptisms.~Aquin.: 49 3, 69 | 6:11): "So do you also reckon that you are dead to sin, 50 Suppl, 21| pharisaical severity to reckon as really bound or ~loosed, 51 Suppl, 51| 1~Whether it is right to reckon error as an impediment to 52 Suppl, 67| divorce. ~Accordingly they reckon four kinds of permission: 53 Suppl, 69| Augustine speaks, we must ~also reckon hell and heaven, where some 54 Suppl, 71| reason Augustine ~did not reckon, while Gregory did reckon, 55 Suppl, 71| reckon, while Gregory did reckon, fasting among the suffrages 56 Suppl, 74| movement of ~the heaven to reckon its end, for since it is 57 Suppl, 74| who have been misled to reckon the aforesaid time have 58 Suppl, 86| follow after poverty we may ~reckon both virginity and martyrdom 59 Suppl, 92| 24). Therefore we ~should reckon a fourth dowry~Aquin.: SMT 60 Suppl, 92| love, and fruition. others reckon them to be vision, ~comprehension, 61 Suppl, 92| and in this respect some reckon love as a dowry, others ~ 62 Suppl, 92| visible object, and thus some reckon comprehension, which is ~ 63 Suppl, 92| 4], A[3]]; while others reckon fruition, not of hope, which ~ 64 Suppl, 93| Therefore seemingly ~we should reckon only three.~Aquin.: SMT


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