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magnanimity 250
magnanimous 64
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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magnanimous

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1 2, 48 | Philosopher says of the magnanimous man (Ethic. iv, 3) that " 2 2, 64 | Ethic. iv, 3) that the "magnanimous man observes the extreme ~ 3 2, 65 | worth, is ~modest, but not magnanimous." Therefore the moral virtues 4 2, 45 | says (Ethic. iv, 3) the "magnanimous man ~is slow and leisurely." 5 2, 45 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The magnanimous man is said to be "slow 6 2, 53 | pusillanimity: because a magnanimous man wishes to act openly, 7 2, 127| for a man is said to be magnanimous because he tends to ~great 8 2, 127| act, a man is said to be ~magnanimous chiefly because he is minded 9 2, 127| Now a man is said to be magnanimous in respect of ~things that 10 2, 127| great honor, and that a magnanimous man tends to such ~things 11 2, 127| things. Accordingly the magnanimous man looks ~upon great honors 12 2, 127| greater ~extreme: because the "magnanimous man deems himself worthy 13 2, 127| temperate, but he is ~not magnanimous." Therefore magnanimity 14 2, 127| says (Ethic. iv, 3) of "a magnanimous man that ~his gait is slow, 15 2, 127| to humility, since "the magnanimous deems himself worthy of ~ 16 2, 127| in the first ~place, the magnanimous is unmindful of favors; 17 2, 127| says (Ethic. iv, 3), "the ~magnanimous in point of quantity goes 18 2, 127| accomplish, whereas the magnanimous ~is intent only on great 19 2, 127| and this becomes not the magnanimous who are busy only ~about 20 2, 127| movements ~are competent to the magnanimous man according to the mode 21 2, 127| far as they belong to a magnanimous ~man call not for blame, 22 2, 127| when it is said that the magnanimous is not mindful of those 23 2, 127| iv, 3), "it belongs to a magnanimous man to be great towards ~ 24 2, 127| each virtue belongs to the ~magnanimous." Therefore magnanimity 25 2, 127| virtues are ascribed to the ~magnanimous man. For it is stated in 26 2, 127| that "it belongs to the ~magnanimous not to avoid reproof" (which 27 2, 127| virtue. Hence it is that the magnanimous is intent on doing great ~ 28 2, 127| 1~Reply OBJ 2: Since the magnanimous tends to great things, it 29 2, 127| these and like ~things the magnanimous man avoids under a special 30 2, 127| brave we expect ~him to be magnanimous, truth-loving, and far removed 31 2, 127| Ethic. iv, 3) says that a magnanimous ~man is not {philokindynos}, 32 2, 127| contrary to the nature of a magnanimous man, for ~no one seemingly 33 2, 127| that are truly great, a ~magnanimous man is most ready to expose 34 2, 127| Ethic. ii, 7) that the magnanimous ~man is not {mikrokindynos}, 35 2, 127| Virtut.): "Thou wilt be magnanimous if thou neither ~seekest 36 2, 127| 3), it belongs to the ~"magnanimous to need nothing," for need 37 2, 127| others, it belongs to a magnanimous man to have confidence in ~ 38 2, 127| ability goes, it belongs to a magnanimous man to be confident in ~ 39 2, 127| helpful to him. But the ~magnanimous man despises whatever pertains 40 2, 127| external things." ~Therefore a magnanimous man is not helped by goods 41 2, 127| Ethic. iv, 3) that "a magnanimous man does not grieve at misfortune." ~ 42 2, 127| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The magnanimous man despises external goods, 43 2, 127| it. Wherefore, since ~the magnanimous man does not think much 44 2, 128| 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the magnanimous man looks upon external 45 2, 128| man, "is opposed to the magnanimous man by excess."~Aquin.: 46 2, 128| tends, does not ~exceed the magnanimous, but sometimes falls far 47 2, 128| own ability, whereas the magnanimous man does ~not exceed his. 48 2, 128| nor are rightly called ~magnanimous."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[130] 49 2, 128| sometimes falls short of the magnanimous in ~reality, although in 50 2, 129| some great deed that the magnanimous man attempts in ~proportion 51 2, 130| enslaves the mind, which a magnanimous man should ever ~strive 52 2, 130| Wherefore it is said of the magnanimous ~man (Ethic. iv) that honor 53 2, 130| wherefore it is said of the magnanimous man ~(Ethic. iv) that he 54 2, 130| wherefore it is ~said of the magnanimous man (Ethic. iv), that he 55 2, 130| truth fall short ~of being magnanimous, because he glories in what 56 2, 130| because he glories in what the magnanimous man ~thinks little of, as 57 2, 130| estimate, he is opposed to the magnanimous man by way of excess, ~because 58 2, 130| Ethic. iv, 3) that ~the magnanimous man is not contentious, 59 2, 131| subject. For just as the magnanimous man tends ~to great things 60 2, 142| Philosopher ~says of the magnanimous (Ethic. iv, 3). Thus we 61 2, 150| wherefore it is said of the magnanimous (Ethic. ~iv, 3) that "in 62 2, 159| proportion to his mode is not magnanimous but "temperate," and such 63 3, 15 | Ethic. iv, 3) that the "magnanimous man does not ~wonder." But 64 3, 15 | wonder." But Christ was most magnanimous. Therefore there was no


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