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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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spending

   Part, Question
1 2, 32 | the obtaining but to the spending of one's proper good. Therefore 2 2, 32 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Spending gives pleasure as showing 3 2, 32 | Prodigality is an excessive spending, which is unnatural: ~wherefore 4 2, 34 | those who have got it by spending little, because they ~grieve 5 2, 84 | dispensation thereof, ~by spending them partly on things appertaining 6 2, 115| hinders certain people from spending much on good uses, ~without 7 2, 115| in giving it but also ~in spending it. But the spending of 8 2, 115| in spending it. But the spending of money refers to the spender, 9 2, 115| love of money, either from ~spending it becomingly, or from making 10 2, 115| concerned with giving and spending, according to the ~Philosopher ( 11 2, 115| rather than others. ~But by spending he looks after himself, 12 2, 116| keeping of money, ~and in the spending of the same, in so far as 13 2, 117| intemperance, ~both because through spending too much on other things 14 2, 117| he becomes ~fearless of spending on objects of pleasure, 15 2, 117| want, since much useless spending ~impoverishes him and makes 16 2, 117| sins against himself by spending that which is his, and ~ 17 2, 117| support, and against others by spending the wherewithal to ~help 18 2, 117| through deficiency in spending: wherefore it is written ( 19 2, 132| lest he be ~hindered from spending much.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[134] 20 2, 132| liberal man from giving and spending: so ~that this virtue is 21 2, 133| has an inordinate fear of spending his goods, even in things 22 2, 133| merely ~consist in excessive spending. But those who spend much, 23 2, 133| this same ~proportion, by spending more than is proportionate 24 2, 133| the value ~of the work, by spending much where it behooved to


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