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1 1, 1 | by revelation: thus we ~ought to believe on the authority 2 1, 1 | God, ~this representation ought chiefly to be taken from 3 1, 1 | propositions. But Holy ~Writ ought to be able to state the 4 1, 1 | done is a type of what we ought to ~do. Therefore, so far 5 1, 1 | Christ, are types of what ~we ought to do, there is the moral 6 1, 5 | ultimate perfection it ought to have (although, in so 7 1, 5 | which is caused the converse ought to take place, so that there 8 1, 5 | as being less than they ought to ~be, or as not belonging 9 1, 5 | belonging to that which they ought to belong. Therefore ~they 10 1, 5 | is useful; whereas this ought to be the case if the division 11 1, 5 | virtuous. Therefore the useful ought not to divided against ~ 12 1, 8 | anything. Therefore it ~ought not to be said that God 13 1, 8 | to every perfection there ought to be a special mode of 14 1, 10 | the ~word "interminable" ought not to be found.~Aquin.: 15 1, 10 | Therefore the word "life" ~ought not to come into the definition 16 1, 12 | without anything which it ought to have. ~But if the defect 17 1, 18 | model. But things ~modelled ought to conform to the model. 18 1, 19 | Therefore no ~expressions ought to be assigned to the divine 19 1, 19 | sometimes permits. They ought not therefore to be ~enumerated 20 1, 19 | pleasure. Therefore operation ought not to be comprehended in 21 1, 23 | OBJ 3: Further, to no one ought anything be imputed which 22 1, 23 | predestination. Wherefore one ought not to say that God is able ~ 23 1, 25 | thing are identical. We ought not, therefore, to assign 24 1, 25 | Further, God can only do what ought to be done and what is right ~ 25 1, 25 | God can only do what He ought, nothing else is meant by 26 1, 25 | were stretched more than it ought to be, the melody of the 27 1, 27 | procession of love in God, there ought to be some special name ~ 28 1, 27 | procession of love in God ought not to be called ~generation. 29 1, 29 | Therefore the word "nature" ought not to enter into the ~definition 30 1, 29 | Therefore the word ~"person" ought not to be attributed to 31 1, 30 | obscuring the ~truth; and this ought not to be. Therefore it 32 1, 32 | by natural reason. But it ought not to be said that the 33 1, 32 | And in ~this respect there ought to be a sixth notion.~Aquin.: 34 1, 32 | Father and the Son, ~so there ought to be one notion common 35 1, 33 | Therefore in ~speaking of God we ought not to used the term principle.~ 36 1, 33 | substance. Therefore the ~Father ought not to be called unbegotten. ~ 37 1, 33 | absence of what something ought to have; ~in which sense, 38 1, 35 | to 1 Cor. ~11:7, "The man ought not to cover his head, for 39 1, 36 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: We ought not to say about God anything 40 1, 37 | proposition is inaccurate and ought to be expounded, as that " 41 1, 43 | Ghost is ~sent visibly, He ought to be sent by reason of 42 1, 43 | invisible mission was ~not sent, ought not to receive the visible 43 1, 43 | Testament, the visible mission ought likewise to be sent; and 44 1, 45 | than to ~exist, so they ought to be called rather "concreated" 45 1, 45 | determinate ~mode of causation ought not to be attributed to 46 1, 50 | thing is in nature, the more ought it ~to be multiplied. But 47 1, 58 | Therefore the angelic knowledge ought ~not to be termed morning 48 1, 58 | reason it ~appears that there ought to be a noonday and a night 49 1, 58 | own nature, ~then there ought to be admitted a third class 50 1, 62 | and consequently they ~ought not to have it immediately 51 1, 63 | that rectitude which an act ought to have; whether we speak 52 1, 63 | desire of a subordinate ought to be regulated by the ~ 53 1, 63 | consideration of the ~things which ought to be considered. In this 54 1, 67 | production of light, then, ought not ~to be assigned to the 55 1, 67 | dividing night from day, ought not to ~be assigned to the 56 1, 67 | the ~production of light ought not to be assigned to the 57 1, 69 | to the work of adornment, ought not to be recorded as ~taking 58 1, 69 | formation. Plants, therefore, ought not to have been made on 59 1, 70 | 1/1~Whether the lights ought to have been produced on 60 1, 70 | would seem that the lights ought not to have been produced 61 1, 70 | The ~lights, therefore, ought not to have been produced 62 1, 71 | produced from the waters, birds ought to be produced ~from the 63 1, 71 | Therefore fishes and birds ought not to have been ~produced 64 1, 71 | naturally in ~any other way. It ought, then, rather to be said 65 1, 72 | OBJ 2: Further, a genus ought not to be opposed to its 66 1, 72 | quadrupeds. Therefore quadrupeds ought not to be ~enumerated as 67 1, 72 | species, and therefore nothing ought to have been said about 68 1, 72 | injurious to man. But ~there ought to have been nothing injurious 69 1, 72 | Therefore such animals ought not to have been made by 70 1, 73 | completion of the Divine works ought to be ascribed to the ~seventh 71 1, 73 | completion of the Divine works ought not ~to be ascribed to the 72 1, 73 | nothing is wanting that it ought to possess. But many things ~ 73 1, 73 | completion of the Divine works ought not to be ~attributed to 74 1, 74 | land. Therefore, other days ought to be devoted to the ~distinction 75 1, 74 | earth. ~Another day, then, ought to be assigned to the production 76 1, 74 | luminaries, ~therefore, ought not to have been produced 77 1, 74 | was instituted, that day ought ~not to be enumerated with 78 1, 74 | they were very good." It ought, then, to have been said 79 1, 37 | proposition is inaccurate and ought to be expounded, as that " 80 1, 43 | Ghost is ~sent visibly, He ought to be sent by reason of 81 1, 43 | invisible mission was ~not sent, ought not to receive the visible 82 1, 43 | Testament, the visible mission ought likewise to be sent; and 83 1, 46 | than to ~exist, so they ought to be called rather "concreated" 84 1, 46 | determinate ~mode of causation ought not to be attributed to 85 1, 51 | thing is in nature, the more ought it ~to be multiplied. But 86 1, 59 | Therefore the angelic knowledge ought ~not to be termed morning 87 1, 59 | reason it ~appears that there ought to be a noonday and a night 88 1, 59 | own nature, ~then there ought to be admitted a third class 89 1, 63 | and consequently they ~ought not to have it immediately 90 1, 64 | that rectitude which an act ought to have; whether we speak 91 1, 64 | desire of a subordinate ought to be regulated by the ~ 92 1, 64 | consideration of the ~things which ought to be considered. In this 93 1, 68 | production of light, then, ought not ~to be assigned to the 94 1, 68 | dividing night from day, ought not to ~be assigned to the 95 1, 68 | the ~production of light ought not to be assigned to the 96 1, 70 | to the work of adornment, ought not to be recorded as ~taking 97 1, 70 | formation. Plants, therefore, ought not to have been made on 98 1, 71 | 1/1~Whether the lights ought to have been produced on 99 1, 71 | would seem that the lights ought not to have been produced 100 1, 71 | The ~lights, therefore, ought not to have been produced 101 1, 71 | produced from the waters, birds ought to be produced ~from the 102 1, 71 | Therefore fishes and birds ought not to have been ~produced 103 1, 71 | naturally in ~any other way. It ought, then, rather to be said 104 1, 71 | OBJ 2: Further, a genus ought not to be opposed to its 105 1, 71 | quadrupeds. Therefore quadrupeds ought not to be ~enumerated as 106 1, 71 | species, and therefore nothing ought to have been said about 107 1, 71 | injurious to man. But ~there ought to have been nothing injurious 108 1, 71 | Therefore such animals ought not to have been made by 109 1, 72 | completion of the Divine works ought to be ascribed to the ~seventh 110 1, 72 | completion of the Divine works ought not ~to be ascribed to the 111 1, 72 | nothing is wanting that it ought to possess. But many things ~ 112 1, 72 | completion of the Divine works ought not to be ~attributed to 113 1, 73 | land. Therefore, other days ought to be devoted to the ~distinction 114 1, 73 | earth. ~Another day, then, ought to be assigned to the production 115 1, 73 | luminaries, ~therefore, ought not to have been produced 116 1, 73 | was instituted, that day ought ~not to be enumerated with 117 1, 73 | they were very good." It ought, then, to have been said 118 1, 77 | a special kind of soul ought not to be assigned as ~regards 119 1, 80 | says on Mt. ~13:33: "We ought to have the hatred of vice 120 1, 81 | 1: It would seem that we ought to distinguish irascible 121 1, 86 | man's mind is, but what it ought to be in ~the light of the 122 1, 90 | noblest of animals, his body ought to be the best disposed 123 1, 91 | addition (and ~then the woman ought to have been described as 124 1, 94 | temperate man desires as he ought ~to desire, and what he 125 1, 94 | to desire, and what he ought to desire, as stated in 126 1, 95 | to yield to another ~what ought to be one's own, therefore 127 1, 101 | other holy ~writers, we ought to say that all the plants 128 1, 106 | the Divine will ~of what ought to be done, or by admiring 129 1, 106 | consulting Him about what ought to be done whenever they 130 1, 107 | princes. Therefore this ~name ought not to be given to any other 131 1, 107 | the angels. Therefore they ought ~not to be names of any 132 1, 107 | within it. Therefore there ~ought not to be any order of " 133 1, 107 | designating its property, it ought not to be named ~from what 134 1, 107 | Therefore these orders ought not to be supreme.~Aquin.: 135 1, 109 | governed lest we ~do what we ought not. But corporeal things 136 2, 6 | when the ~agent can and ought to act. For if the helmsman 137 2, 6 | is able, and sometimes ~ought, to hinder not-willing and 138 2, 6 | that which ~one can and ought to know: for in this sense " 139 2, 6 | consider what one ~can and ought to consider; this is called " 140 2, 6 | the knowledge which one ought to have; in which sense, ~ 141 2, 11 | because they are such that we ought to find ~pleasure in them.~ 142 2, 13 | there is ignorance of what ought ~to be chosen.~Aquin.: SMT 143 2, 19 | if a man will, ~when he ought, where he ought, as much 144 2, 19 | when he ought, where he ought, as much as he ought, and 145 2, 19 | he ought, as much as he ought, and how he ought, or ~if 146 2, 19 | as he ought, and how he ought, or ~if he will as he ought 147 2, 19 | ought, or ~if he will as he ought not. Therefore the goodness 148 2, 19 | man wills a good when he ought not, or where he ought not, 149 2, 19 | he ought not, or where he ought not, this can be ~understood 150 2, 19 | to do something when it ought not to be done, is not ~ 151 2, 19 | something good ~when one ought not to, because one ought 152 2, 19 | ought not to, because one ought always to will what is good: ~ 153 2, 19 | time another good ~which he ought to will at that time. And 154 2, 19 | wishing to ~know what he ought to know, as stated above ( 155 2, 19 | one errs about what one ~ought to know; then such an error 156 2, 24 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, We ought, seemingly, to apply to 157 2, 38 | disposed that he thinks he ought ~to weep, he is sorry for 158 2, 39 | it be for something which ought to be avoided. ~Because 159 2, 39 | Moreover, sorrow for that which ought to be avoided is always 160 2, 39 | of sorrow, so that which ought to be shunned is still more 161 2, 46 | drawn the inference that it ought to quarrel with ~such a 162 2, 48 | is clear to ~him what he ought to do, but because he acts 163 2, 50 | nutritive part. Therefore we ought not to put any habit in 164 2, 55 | consists in enjoying what we ought to enjoy, and using what ~ 165 2, 55 | enjoy, and using what ~we ought to use." Now order, or ordering, 166 2, 59 | sorrow for an object which ought to make us sorrowful, is 167 2, 61 | whereby a man does what he ought in any matters; temperance, 168 2, 64 | tend thereto "where" ~one ought, and "when" one aught. This 169 2, 64 | if it be not done when it ought to ~be done, or as it ought 170 2, 64 | ought to ~be done, or as it ought to be done, it is a vice 171 2, 64 | love God as ~much as He ought to be loved, nor believe 172 2, 64 | towards God as much as we ought, yet ~we should approach 173 2, 65 | will: to will not as ~one ought, will not be a perfect act 174 2, 65 | of faith. To will as one ought is ~the outcome of charity 175 2, 68 | itself, and not piety, ought to have been set down.~Aquin.: 176 2, 68 | is set down as a gift, so ought the other three.~Aquin.: 177 2, 71 | he ceases doing what he ought. Now he who never does ~ 178 2, 71 | does ~something that he ought to do, ceases continually 179 2, 71 | continually doing what he ought. ~Therefore it would follow 180 2, 71 | man from doing ~what he ought, whether this something 181 2, 71 | wills to play at the time he ought to go to church - or, ~precede 182 2, 71 | from a man doing what he ought not, or by his not doing 183 2, 71 | by his not doing what he ~ought; while there can be no merit, 184 2, 71 | man do willingly what he ~ought to do: wherefore there can 185 2, 72 | and omits to give ~what he ought, and in like manner, the 186 2, 72 | ad 1] ~in taking what one ought not: and nothing hinders 187 2, 72 | sins by doing more than one ought, and when one ought not"; 188 2, 72 | one ought, and when one ought not"; and in ~like manner 189 2, 72 | same motive, takes when he ought ~not, where he ought not, 190 2, 72 | he ought ~not, where he ought not, and more than he ought, 191 2, 72 | ought not, and more than he ought, and so on with the ~circumstances, 192 2, 73 | sinner's own body, which he ought to love less, in the order ~ 193 2, 73 | wasteful man gives both when he ought not, and to whom he ought ~ 194 2, 73 | ought not, and to whom he ought ~not to give, he commits 195 2, 73 | merely to give to whom he ought not, and for that very reason 196 2, 73 | doing something when one ought not or ~where one ought 197 2, 73 | ought not or ~where one ought not; and to depart thus 198 2, 73 | away from God, to Whom man ought to be united by right ~reason.~ 199 2, 73 | nature, so far that man ought to ~despise his natural 200 2, 74 | about what it is ~able and ought to know: secondly, when 201 2, 74 | which a man is able and ought to know, he is ~not altogether 202 2, 74 | it by deed: wherefore we ought ~to ask pardon for such 203 2, 75 | of that which something ought naturally to have, such 204 2, 75 | which naturally is and ought to be in a thing, is never 205 2, 75 | accord with his nature, ought ~to observe.~Aquin.: SMT 206 2, 76 | neglects to have or ~do what he ought to have or do, commits a 207 2, 76 | one omits to say what one ought, or to do what one ought, 208 2, 76 | ought, or to do what one ought, or ~to desire what one 209 2, 76 | or ~to desire what one ought, in order to acquire the 210 2, 76 | the knowledge which we ~ought to have.~Aquin.: SMT FS 211 2, 76 | acquiring the knowledge that he ~ought to have.~Aquin.: SMT FS 212 2, 77 | indeed say in words that he ought not to do so and so, yet 213 2, 79 | being subject to Whom he ~ought to be, although he does 214 2, 84 | 1: It would seem that we ought not to reckon seven capital 215 2, 91 | without any doubt ~what he ought to do and what he ought 216 2, 91 | ought to do and what he ought to avoid, it was necessary 217 2, 95 | that in such matters, "we ~ought to pay as much attention 218 2, 96 | stated in Acts 5:29, "we ought to obey God rather ~than 219 2, 96 | so in that case the gates ought to be opened, contrary to ~ 220 2, 96 | into consideration, he ~ought not to mention them all, 221 2, 97 | argument proves that laws ought to be changed: not in ~view 222 2, 97 | the customs of the Church ought ~to be punished as those 223 2, 100 | And hence too, that ~one ought not to do harm to another, 224 2, 100 | of reason, than ~that one ought to do someone a service 225 2, 102 | kings ~and princes, who ought to be reverenced by their 226 2, 102 | prelates and doctors, who ought to be conspicuous for their 227 2, 102 | concupiscence which ~we ought to cast away from ourselves, 228 2, 102 | should ~be blind, i.e. he ought not to be ignorant: he must 229 2, 104 | dictates that ~something ought to be done or to be avoided. 230 2, 107 | impress the fact that a wife ought not ~easily to be put away, 231 2, 107 | Pharisees, who thought that man ought to abstain from doing even 232 2, 108 | 1) Whether the New Law ought to prescribe or to forbid 233 2, 108 | 1/1~Whether the New Law ought to prescribe or prohibit 234 2, 108 | no ~other earthly goods ought we to shun the glory of 235 2, 108 | Lord teaches us that we ought to love our enemies, and 236 2, 108 | promises, as to think that we ought ~to serve God, with these 237 2, 109 | Whoever denies ~that we ought to say the prayer 'Lead 238 2, 109 | enough for the human will) ~ought without doubt to be removed 239 2, 109 | as the ~lower appetite ought to be subject to the reason, 240 2, 109 | end that all human acts ought to be regulated, even as 241 2, 109 | we should pray for ~as we ought"; since on account of the 242 2, 111 | Hence sanctifying grace ought not to be divided against 243 2, 111 | rather that the creature ought to be subject to God, that 244 2, 111 | thyself." Therefore no grace ought to be called simply operating.~ 245 2, 111 | mercy." Therefore no grace ought to be ~called cooperating. ~ 246 2, 111 | OBJ 4: Further, division ought to rest on opposition. But 247 2, 111 | loved us." ~Therefore grace ought not to be divided into prevenient 248 2, 111 | Therefore these also ought to be placed amongst the ~ 249 2, 111 | Divine things. Thirdly, he ought to ~abound with examples 250 2, 112 | a ~Divine motion, which ought not, in justice, to fail.~ 251 2, 113 | OBJ 2: Further, everything ought to be named from what is 252 2, 113 | Therefore the remission of sins ought to be named ~after faith 253 2, 113 | lit. viii, 12) that "so ought man to ~turn to God as he 254 2, 113 | it would ~seem that a man ought to think on every article 255 2, 113 | whoever is tending onward, ought not to look back, ~according 256 2, 113 | sins behind him. Hence he ought to forget ~them, and not 257 2, 113 | must move against sin, ~he ought to think of all his sins. 258 2, 113 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: A man ought not to return to those things 259 2, 113 | but, for that matter, he ought to forget them, lest he 260 2, 113 | be ~drawn to them. Yet he ought to recall them to mind, 261 2, 113 | Whether the remission of sins ought to be reckoned amongst the 262 2, 113 | that the remission of sins ought not to be reckoned ~amongst 263 2, 113 | Therefore the remission of sins ought not to be reckoned ~among 264 2, 113 | are the same. But a thing ought ~not to be reckoned together 265 2, 113 | Therefore the remission of sins ought not to be reckoned with ~ 266 2, 113 | forgiven. But an effect ought not to be reckoned ~with 267 2, 113 | Hence the remission of sins ought ~not to be reckoned with 268 2, 113 | required for a thing we ought not ~to pass over the end, 269 2, 113 | Hence the remission of sins ought to be reckoned ~amongst 270 2, 114 | have done that which we ought to do." ~Therefore a man 271 2, 114 | inasmuch as he does what he ought, by his ~free-will; otherwise 272 2, 1 | similar, he saw that they ought to be believed.~Aquin.: 273 2, 1 | makes them see that they ~ought to believe them, as stated 274 2, 1 | also." ~Therefore there ought to be but one article about 275 2, 1 | faith. Now ~a rule of faith ought to be proposed to all, and 276 2, 2 | signified by the asses, ought, in ~matters of faith, to 277 2, 2 | praiseworthy. For just as a man ought ~to perform acts of moral 278 2, 2 | account of a passion, so ought he to believe matters ~of 279 2, 3 | neighbor of a service that we ought to render him: for instance, 280 2, 3 | faith to God's truth, ~but ought to confess his faith outwardly.~ 281 2, 5 | intellect is convinced ~that it ought to believe what is said, 282 2, 8 | as we understand that we ~ought not to depart from matters 283 2, 8 | indeed, those who have ~faith ought to pray that they may understand, 284 2, 8 | they understand that they ought to ~believe them, and that 285 2, 8 | believe them, and that they ought nowise to deviate from them.~ 286 2, 8 | he should esteem that he ought to adhere to these things, 287 2, 9 | the knowledge of what one ought to believe by discerning 288 2, 9 | knows not only what one ought to believe, but also ~how 289 2, 9 | merely to know what he ~ought to believe, and another 290 2, 9 | cause of the second, so ought ~the judgment about the 291 2, 9 | Hence to know ~what one ought to believe, belongs to the 292 2, 9 | far as man knows what he ~ought to hold by faith; yet, secondarily, 293 2, 10 | another;~(7) Whether we ought to dispute about faith with 294 2, 10 | unbelievers?~(8) Whether they ought to be compelled to the faith?~( 295 2, 10 | the faith?~(9) Whether we ought to have communications with 296 2, 10 | whether a very wicked Catholic ought to be preferred to a heretic, ~ 297 2, 10 | unbeliever. Therefore we ought not to say ~absolutely that 298 2, 10 | and consequently, ~that we ought not to make these species 299 2, 10 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether one ought to dispute with unbelievers 300 2, 10 | It would seem that one ought not to dispute with unbelievers 301 2, 10 | in ~words. Therefore one ought not to dispute publicly 302 2, 10 | faith, being most certain, ought not to be a matter of doubt. ~ 303 2, 10 | of doubt. ~Therefore one ought not to dispute in public 304 2, 10 | deceive, while if those who ought to withstand the ~perverters 305 2, 10 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: One ought to dispute about matters 306 2, 10 | 1/1~Whether unbelievers ought to be compelled to the faith?~ 307 2, 10 | would seem that unbelievers ought by no means to be compelled ~ 308 2, 10 | same reason unbelievers ought not to be ~compelled to 309 2, 10 | it seems that unbelievers ought ~not to be compelled to 310 2, 10 | him that dieth']." Now we ~ought to conform our will to the 311 2, 10 | by faith. Therefore some ought to be ~compelled to the 312 2, 10 | way received the faith, ought not ~by no means to be compelled 313 2, 10 | have received ~it, they ought to be compelled to keep 314 2, 10 | people, it seems that they ought not to be forbidden to communicate 315 2, 10 | second way, it seems that one ought to distinguish ~according 316 2, 10 | for the first time. This ought by no means ~to be allowed, 317 2, 10 | the rites of unbelievers ought to be tolerated?~Aquin.: 318 2, 10 | that rites of unbelievers ought not to be ~tolerated. For 319 2, 10 | that even the rites of Jews ought not to be ~tolerated.~Aquin.: 320 2, 10 | by law. Therefore neither ought the rites ~of unbelievers 321 2, 10 | Jews and other unbelievers ought to be baptized ~against 322 2, 10 | and of other unbelievers ~ought to be baptized against their 323 2, 10 | unbelief, it seems that they ought to be ~taken away from them 324 2, 10 | very great authority and ~ought to be jealously observed 325 2, 10 | from the Church. Hence we ought to ~abide by the authority 326 2, 10 | temporal death, nobody ought to rescue him by violence: 327 2, 10 | violence: hence no one ~ought to break the order of the 328 2, 11 | brethren and fellow bishops ought to refer the ~matter to 329 2, 11 | Para. 1/1~Whether heretics ought to be tolerated?~Aquin.: 330 2, 11 | It seems that heretics ought to be tolerated. For the 331 2, 11 | would seem that the Church ought in all cases to receive 332 2, 11 | has sinned." Therefore he ought to be received ~by the Church 333 2, 12 | not the case. Therefore we ought not to ~refuse allegiance 334 2, 15 | some ~precepts of faith ought to have been given in the 335 2, 15 | Therefore the Old Law ~ought not to have contained precepts 336 2, 15 | Therefore it seems that man ought ~to have been given also 337 2, 16 | Wherefore the good ~which we ought to hope for from God properly 338 2, 16 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: We ought not to pray God for any 339 2, 16 | hope in another man, it ought not to be ~reckoned a sin 340 2, 18 | in this way God can and ought to be feared.~Aquin.: SMT 341 2, 18 | comparison with her husband, ought to be distinguished from 342 2, 23 | begins to be. ~Therefore we ought not to distinguish between 343 2, 23 | Therefore perfect charity ought not to be distinguished 344 2, 23 | less (i.e. less ~than we ought to love Him by charity), 345 2, 24 | twofold: (1) The things we ought to love out of charity: ( 346 2, 24 | The order in ~which they ought to be loved. Under the first 347 2, 24 | Whether irrational creatures ought to be loved out of charity?~( 348 2, 24 | friendship?~(10) Whether we ought to love the angels out of 349 2, 24 | charity?~(11) Whether we ought to love the demons?~(12) 350 2, 24 | is God, since ~what we ought to love in our neighbor 351 2, 24 | irrational creatures also ought to be loved out of charity?~ 352 2, 24 | irrational creatures also ought to be loved ~out of charity. 353 2, 24 | Para. 1/1 ~Whether a man ought to love himself out of charity?~ 354 2, 24 | Para. 1/1~Whether a man ought to love his body out of 355 2, 24 | It would seem that a man ought not to love his body out 356 2, 24 | with which we ~love God, we ought to love our bodies also, 357 2, 24 | our bodies also, but we ought not to love the ~evil effects 358 2, 24 | corruption of punishment; we ought rather, by ~the desire of 359 2, 24 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether we ought to love sinners out of charity?~ 360 2, 24 | 1: It would seem that we ought not to love sinners out 361 2, 24 | to Ethic. viii. But we ought not to associate with sinners, 362 2, 24 | it is evident that we ought to ~look upon every man 363 2, 24 | destroy nature. Therefore we ought to love sinners out ~of 364 2, 24 | AA[1],5), wherefore we ought to love sinners, ~out of 365 2, 24 | friends fall into sin, we ought not to deny them the amenities 366 2, 24 | mending their ways, and we ~ought to help them more readily 367 2, 24 | and ~become incurable, we ought no longer to show them friendliness. 368 2, 24 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether we ought to love the angels out of 369 2, 24 | 1: It would seem that we ought to love the demons out of 370 2, 24 | Nom. iv). Therefore we ought to love the demons ~out 371 2, 24 | of charity. Therefore he ought to love the demons also 372 2, 24 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, we ought, out of charity, to love, 373 2, 24 | Dei xi, 17). Therefore we ought to love the demons out of ~ 374 2, 24 | through charity. Therefore we ought ~not to have charity for 375 2, 24 | the spirits called demons ought to be ~loved out of charity, 376 2, 24 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, a part ought not to be condivided with 377 2, 24 | ourselves. Therefore it ought not to be condivided ~with 378 2, 24 | loves ~his neighbor's body, ought to be distinct from the 379 2, 25 | charity?~(2) Whether man ought to love God more than his 380 2, 25 | himself?~(4) Whether he ought to love himself more than 381 2, 25 | neighbor?~(5) Whether man ought to love his neighbor more 382 2, 25 | own body?~(6) Whether he ought to love one neighbor more 383 2, 25 | another?~(7) Whether he ought to love more, a neighbor 384 2, 25 | united to him?~(8) Whether he ought to love more, one who is 385 2, 25 | Whether, out of charity, a man ought to love his son more than 386 2, 25 | father ?~(10) Whether he ought to love his mother more 387 2, 25 | father?~(11) Whether he ought to love his wife more than 388 2, 25 | mother?~(12) Whether we ought to love those who are kind 389 2, 25 | equally. Neither, therefore, ought ~there to be any order in 390 2, 25 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether God ought to be loved more than our 391 2, 25 | It would seem that God ought not to be loved more than 392 2, 25 | our neighbor. Therefore we ought not to love God more ~than 393 2, 25 | On the contrary, A thing ought to be loved more, if others 394 2, 25 | be loved more, if others ought to be ~hated on its account. 395 2, 25 | hated on its account. Now we ought to hate our neighbor for 396 2, 25 | disciple." ~Therefore we ought to love God, out of charity, 397 2, 25 | Para. 2/2~Therefore God ought to be loved chiefly and 398 2, 25 | reason of this likeness we ought to love ~God more than we 399 2, 25 | anyone ~else. Therefore he ought to love himself more than 400 2, 25 | more so." Therefore man ought to love God more than himself.~ 401 2, 25 | Para. 2/2~Therefore man ought, out of charity, to love 402 2, 25 | Whether our of charity, man ought to love himself more than 403 2, 25 | It would seem that a man ought not, out of charity, to 404 2, 25 | ourselves. Therefore we ought ~to love such a one more 405 2, 25 | is just." Therefore a man ought, out of charity, to love 406 2, 25 | Therefore, out of charity, a man ought to ~love himself more than 407 2, 25 | that accordingly, a man ought, out of charity, to love ~ 408 2, 25 | Therefore man, out of ~charity, ought to love himself more than 409 2, 25 | in sign whereof, a ~man ought not to give way to any evil 410 2, 25 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: A man ought to bear bodily injury for 411 2, 25 | spiritual matters, however, man ought not to suffer injury ~by 412 2, 25 | Para. 1/1~Whether a man ought to love his neighbor more 413 2, 25 | body. If ~therefore a man ought to love his neighbor more 414 2, 25 | body, it ~follows that he ought to love his neighbor's body 415 2, 25 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, a man ought to love his own soul more 416 2, 25 | his neighbor. Therefore we ought to love our body more than 417 2, 25 | Christ. i, 27) that "we ought ~to love our neighbor more 418 2, 25 | that, Out of charity we ought to love more that which 419 2, 25 | welfare ~of the soul we ought to love our neighbor more 420 2, 25 | that when we say that we ought ~to love our neighbor more 421 2, 25 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether we ought to love one neighbor more 422 2, 25 | 1: It would seem that we ought not to love one neighbor 423 2, 25 | Doctr. Christ. i, 28): "One ought to love ~all men equally. 424 2, 25 | cannot do good to all, we ought to ~consider those chiefly 425 2, 25 | Therefore one neighbor ought not to be loved more than 426 2, 25 | Christ. i, 27). Therefore we ought to love ~all our neighbors 427 2, 25 | everlasting life. Therefore we ought to love all our ~neighbors 428 2, 25 | the above. Therefore we ought to love some ~neighbors 429 2, 25 | some ~have said that we ought, out of charity, to love 430 2, 25 | outward favors, which we ought to confer on those who are 431 2, 25 | inward ~affection, which ought to be given equally to all 432 2, 25 | towards those to whom we ought to behave with ~greater 433 2, 25 | regards the affection we ought to ~love one neighbor more 434 2, 25 | intense: and in this way we ought not to love all ~equally.~ 435 2, 25 | regards benevolence, love ought not to be thus ~unequal. 436 2, 25 | greater goodness, and those we ought, ~out of charity, to love 437 2, 25 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether we ought to love those who are better 438 2, 25 | 1: It would seem that we ought to love those who are better 439 2, 25 | Therefore ~it seems that we ought to love those who are better 440 2, 25 | man also, out of charity, ought to ~love the better man 441 2, 25 | in every friendship that ought to be loved most which ~ 442 2, 25 | Therefore, ~out of charity, we ought to love better men more 443 2, 25 | inward affection of charity ~ought to correspond to the outward 444 2, 25 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether we ought to love more those who are 445 2, 25 | 1: It would seem that we ought not to love more those who 446 2, 25 | solid pledge. Therefore we ought not to love ~more than others 447 2, 25 | love than grace." Surely we ought ~to love those whom we expect 448 2, 25 | Ex. 20:12). Therefore we ~ought to love more specially those 449 2, 25 | stated above (A[7]), we ought out of charity to love ~ 450 2, 25 | For in ~this matter, a man ought to provide for his spiritual 451 2, 25 | Para. 1/1~Whether a man ought, out of charity, to love 452 2, 25 | OBJ 1: It seems that a man ought, out of charity, to love 453 2, 25 | than his father. For we ought to love those more to whom 454 2, 25 | 2 Cor. 12:14): "Neither ought the ~children to lay up 455 2, 25 | children." ~Therefore a man ought to love his children more 456 2, 25 | viii, 12). Therefore a man ought to love his children more 457 2, 25 | love Him. Therefore we also ought ~to love our children more 458 2, 25 | ii in Cant.] says: "We ought to ~love God first, then 459 2, 25 | loved: and in this way a man ought to love his father more 460 2, 25 | Para. 1/1~Whether a man ought to love his mother more 461 2, 25 | It would seem that a man ought to love his mother more 462 2, 25 | father: and consequently he ought to love her more than him.~ 463 2, 25 | mother." Therefore a man ought to love ~his mother more 464 2, 25 | on Ezech. 44:25 that "man ought to love God ~the Father 465 2, 25 | whether the ~father as father, ought to be loved more than the 466 2, 25 | Para. 1/1~Whether a man ought to love his wife more than 467 2, 25 | It would seem that a man ought to love his wife more than 468 2, 25 | his wife. Therefore a man ought to love ~his wife more than 469 2, 25 | wife as himself." Now a man ought to love himself more than 470 2, 25 | his ~parents. Therefore he ought to love his wife also more 471 2, 25 | man's love for his ~wife ought to be greater than his love 472 2, 25 | According to Eph. 5:28, "men ought to love their wives ~as 473 2, 25 | their own bodies." Now a man ought to love his body less than 474 2, 25 | parents most. Therefore he ought to love his parents more 475 2, 25 | part of the union, the wife ought to be loved more, because ~ 476 2, 25 | for in certain cases a man ought to succor his ~parents rather 477 2, 25 | Apostle do not mean that a man ought to ~love his wife equally 478 2, 25 | Para. 1/1~Whether a man ought to love more his benefactor 479 2, 25 | It would seem that a man ought to love his benefactor more 480 2, 25 | of charity. Therefore we ought to love our benefactors ~ 481 2, 25 | working against him, the more ought we to love him. Now it is 482 2, 25 | kindly actions. Therefore ~we ought to love our benefactors 483 2, 25 | connection. In the first way we ought to ~love our benefactor 484 2, 25 | regards man himself, he ought to love himself ~so much 485 2, 26 | beneath him less than it ought to be loved: whereas he 486 2, 26 | is better, as much as he ought to be ~loved.~Aquin.: SMT 487 2, 26 | Whether out of charity God ought to be loved for Himself?~ 488 2, 26 | lover: ~and thus again God ought to be loved wholly, since 489 2, 26 | loved wholly, since man ought to love God ~with all his 490 2, 26 | Whether in loving God we ought to observe any mode?~Aquin.: 491 2, 26 | 1: It would seem that we ought to observe some mode in 492 2, 26 | charity." ~Therefore there ought to be a mode of the love 493 2, 26 | Lord, more or less than I ought." But it would be useless 494 2, 29 | charity ?~(2) Whether we ought to be beneficent to all?~( 495 2, 29 | beneficent to all?~(3) Whether we ought to be more beneficent to 496 2, 29 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether we ought to do good to all?~Aquin.: 497 2, 29 | is an act of charity, we ought not ~to do good to all.~ 498 2, 29 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether we ought to do good to those rather 499 2, 29 | good to ~him. Therefore we ought to do good to our benefactors 500 2, 29 | 1~OBJ 4: Further, a man ought to love his parents more


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