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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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deems

   Part, Question
1 1, 63 | another, inasmuch as he deems his neighbor's good ~to 2 1, 64 | another, inasmuch as he deems his neighbor's good ~to 3 2, 11 | of that ~school which he deems best." But choice is an 4 2, 12 | falsehood, not that he ~deems God a false witness, but 5 2, 19 | hand, the fact that a man deems an arduous good impossible ~ 6 2, 20 | owing to ignorance ~that one deems an impossible thing to be 7 2, 26 | in as much as the lover deems the beloved as ~somewhat 8 2, 35 | neighbor's profit, while one deems a certain thing good, and 9 2, 55 | consent, when, to wit, a man deems himself satisfied, if he 10 2, 63 | aroused ~chiefly when a man deems himself unjustly injured, 11 2, 68 | matter with due care he deems ~himself certain about that 12 2, 108 | himself ~shamefully, since he deems himself an honest man when 13 2, 118 | judgment on the law, when it deems that the law ~should not 14 2, 127 | because the "magnanimous man deems himself worthy of the ~greatest 15 2, 127 | worthy of ~little things and deems himself worthy of them, 16 2, 127 | since "the magnanimous deems himself worthy of ~great 17 2, 127 | according to reason, for ~"he deems himself worthy in accordance 18 2, 128 | except in so far ~as he deems his ability greater than 19 2, 130 | contends save for ~what he deems great. Wherefore the Philosopher 20 2, 131 | Ethic. iv, 3) that "he who deems ~himself less worthy than 21 2, 131 | failure in what one falsely deems to exceed one's ability. ~ 22 2, 139 | worthy of small things and deems himself worthy of them is 23 2, 143 | own reckoning because he deems himself great and ~deserving 24 2, 145 | fasting loves not many words, deems wealth superfluous, scorns ~ 25 2, 154 | choice ~(in so far as he deems that he must choose this 26 2, 156 | with the injury which he deems done to himself: and through 27 2, 156 | man is angry, and whom he deems unworthy ~[indignum] of 28 3, 46 | innocence, in so far as he deems the hurt ~inflicted to be 29 3, 80 | under my roof"; and he who deems that he ~ought to refrain 30 3, 83 | the Apostle (1 Cor. 13) deems it improper for Christ to ~ 31 Suppl, 6 | Further, by humility a man deems himself worse than another, 32 Suppl, 6 | man, who is truly humble, deems himself worse not as though 33 Suppl, 93| as each one, by charity, deems another's ~good his own.


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