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33 caution
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33 comment
33 compound
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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caution

   Part, Question
1 2, 57 | mentions yet others: viz. "caution, docility," and the like. ~ 2 2, 57 | understanding and foresight, as also caution and ~docility and the like, 3 2, 59 | joy"; instead of fear, ~"caution." But they denied that anything 4 2, 105 | depositary: wherefore great caution should be observed in such ~ 5 2, 105 | Old Law observed little caution in regard ~to deposits: 6 2, 105 | Nevertheless the Law observed due caution ~in the matter, by providing 7 2, 46 | foresight," "docility" and "caution." Aristotle says (Ethic. 8 2, 46 | circumspection" and "caution." The reason of their ~difference 9 2, 46 | obstacles, and this belongs to "caution."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[48] A[ 10 2, 46 | enumeration. Thus Tully ~includes "caution" and "circumspection" under " 11 2, 47 | 7) Circumspection;~(8) Caution.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[49] A[ 12 2, 47 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether caution should be reckoned a part 13 2, 47 | OBJ 1: It would seem that caution should not be reckoned a 14 2, 47 | no evil is possible, no caution is required. Now no ~man 15 2, 47 | Arb. ii, ~19). Therefore caution does not belong to prudence 16 2, 47 | to avoid ~evil. Therefore caution should not be accounted 17 2, 47 | possible evils. Therefore caution does ~not belong to prudence.~ 18 2, 47 | Wherefore prudence needs caution, so that we may ~have such 19 2, 47 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Caution is required in moral acts, 20 2, 47 | different in ~idea. Hence caution differs from foresight, 21 2, 47 | reason, and against them caution ~is directed, either that 22 2, 87 | without necessity and due caution. For if a man ~calls God 23 2, 87 | because thought ~brings caution and avoids hasty words."~ 24 2, 94 | two ~points seem to demand caution. The first is the thing 25 2, 138 | wherein one must proceed with caution; nor is ~it necessary to 26 2, 166 | which require especial caution. The first and chief is 27 3, 15 | joy, delight - for fear, caution. But as regards sorrow, 28 3, 29 | virgins who, through want ~of caution, fall into dishonor. Hence 29 3, 80 | the greatest reverence and caution are ~called for, lest anything 30 3, 80 | discretion to observe due caution ~in using this sacrament, 31 Suppl, 2 | for future sins, but of caution, which is a ~part of prudence 32 Suppl, 12| but of prudence of which caution is a part. But it belongs 33 Suppl, 56| relationship acted with due ~caution, it is the same with him


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