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1 1, 3 | denying Him whatever is opposed ~to the idea of Him, viz. 2 1, 4 | perfections of things ~are opposed to each other, for each 3 1, 4 | species" constituted, are opposed to each other. Therefore 4 1, 4 | diverse and in ~themselves opposed to each other, pre-exist 5 1, 5 | and the useful would be opposed; and ~Tully speaks of this ( 6 1, 7 | Since ~therefore addition is opposed to division, and increase 7 1, 7 | to division, and increase opposed to ~diminution, it appears 8 1, 7 | OBJ 3: Further, things not opposed to each other do not obstruct 9 1, 7 | still be ~many others not opposed to them. Therefore it is 10 1, 7 | of an infinite number is ~opposed to any single species of 11 1, 11 | Whether "one" and "many" are opposed to each other?~(3) Whether 12 1, 11 | Whether "one" and "many" are opposed to each other?~Aquin.: SMT 13 1, 11 | many" are not mutually opposed. For no ~opposite thing 14 1, 11 | Therefore ~"one" is not opposed to "multitude."~Aquin.: 15 1, 11 | one." Therefore it is not opposed to ~"multitude."~Aquin.: 16 1, 11 | OBJ 3: Further, "one" is opposed to "one." But the idea of " 17 1, 11 | But the idea of "few" is ~opposed to "many." Therefore "one" 18 1, 11 | Therefore "one" is not opposed to "many."~Aquin.: SMT FP 19 1, 11 | 4: Further, if "one" is opposed to "multitude," it is opposed 20 1, 11 | opposed to "multitude," it is opposed as the ~undivided is to 21 1, 11 | the divided; and is thus opposed to it as privation is to ~ 22 1, 11 | one" and ~"many" are not opposed.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[11] A[ 23 1, 11 | contrary, Things which are opposed in idea, are themselves ~ 24 1, 11 | in idea, are themselves ~opposed to each other. But the idea 25 1, 11 | Therefore "one" and ~"many" are opposed to each other.~Aquin.: SMT 26 1, 11 | I answer that, "One" is opposed to "many," but in various 27 1, 11 | the principle of number is opposed to "multitude" which is ~ 28 1, 11 | convertible with "being" ~is opposed to "multitude" by way of 29 1, 11 | undivided, in which way they are opposed to multitude; but so ~far 30 1, 11 | and in that sense ~it is opposed to "one"; in another way 31 1, 11 | excess, ~in which sense it is opposed to "few"; hence in the first 32 1, 11 | 1~Reply OBJ 4: "One" is opposed to "many" privatively, inasmuch 33 1, 12 | else beside God; which is ~opposed to faith. For the ultimate 34 1, 12 | is taken more largely ~as opposed to "non-attainment"; for 35 1, 14 | 3: Although evil is not opposed to the divine essence, which ~ 36 1, 14 | corruptible by evil; it is opposed to the effects of God, which 37 1, 17 | Since true and false are opposed, and since opposites ~stand 38 1, 17 | consequent upon ~it, or is opposed to it. For the intellect 39 1, 17 | For true and ~false are opposed, as that which is to that 40 1, 17 | that which is not are not opposed as contraries. Therefore 41 1, 17 | xii, 2). But ~falsity is opposed to God, for an idol is called 42 1, 17 | that, True and false are opposed as contraries, and not, 43 1, 17 | So idols are called lies, opposed ~to the divine truth, inasmuch 44 1, 19 | A[1]), and since evil is opposed to good, it is ~impossible 45 1, 19 | that evil exists not, ~are opposed as contradictories; yet 46 1, 19 | it not to be, are not so opposed; since either ~is affirmative. 47 1, 20 | secondarily and indirectly, as opposed to ~good; it follows that 48 1, 20 | object of ~hate except as opposed to the object of love. Similarly, 49 1, 21 | be happy; for misery is opposed to ~happiness. For this 50 1, 24 | Further, reprobation is opposed to predestination. So, if 51 1, 25 | omnipotent. ~Now nothing is opposed to the idea of being except 52 1, 27 | non-existence to existence, and is opposed ~to corruption; while matter 53 1, 28 | according as one is relatively opposed to another. So as in God ~ 54 1, 28 | nevertheless they are considered as opposed ~according to the procession 55 1, 29 | number of persons, or is opposed ~thereto; as diversity, 56 1, 30 | wisdom, are not mutually opposed; and hence, neither are 57 1, 30 | other two relations are not ~opposed to each other; therefore 58 1, 32 | they are not ~relatively opposed to each other, do not really 59 1, 36 | one, ~having two relations opposed to the two relations of 60 1, 36 | be in God any relations opposed to each ~other, except relations 61 1, 36 | Father and the Son are not opposed ~to each other, but only 62 1, 36 | from the Son unless it be opposed to the property of ~filiation; 63 1, 41 | Reply OBJ 2: Possible, as opposed to what is necessary, is 64 1, 42 | we say that ~paternity is opposed to filiation, opposition 65 1, 42 | the Father are relatively opposed. Therefore one cannot be 66 1, 42 | and the Son are relatively opposed, but not ~essentially; while, 67 1, 46 | which sense possible is opposed to impossible, as appears 68 1, 47 | infinity, ~and the infinite is opposed to the notion of end. Now 69 1, 48 | But evil and ~good are not opposed as privation and habit, 70 1, 48 | Evil is not in the good opposed to it as in its subject, ~ 71 1, 48 | evil, and this is the good opposed to evil, as light is wholly 72 1, 48 | OBJ 1: The good which is opposed to evil is wholly taken 73 1, 48 | the greater evil which is opposed to the greater ~good. But 74 1, 48 | was said above (A[5]), is opposed to the good of the ~agent, 75 1, 48 | the ~agent, while fault is opposed to the good of the action. 76 1, 48 | evil of fault is properly opposed to ~uncreated good; for 77 1, 48 | uncreated good; for it is opposed to the fulfilment of the 78 1, 49 | there is a supreme ~evil opposed to it as the cause of every 79 1, 49 | cannot be any ~principle opposed to it as the cause of evils.~ 80 1, 49 | 48], AA[1], 2,3), it is opposed to that good ~which has 81 1, 54 | actuality: because actuality is opposed to potentiality. But God 82 1, 58 | evening ~knowledge is not opposed to the perfection of the 83 1, 60 | effects, which are sometimes ~opposed to their will. So in this 84 1, 62 | imperfection of nature is not opposed to the ~perfection of beatitude, 85 1, 62 | but the privation which is opposed to the form. In the ~same 86 1, 62 | natural knowledge is not opposed to the ~perfection of the 87 1, 63 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, sin is opposed to merit. But some intellectual 88 1, 64 | which the evil of sin is opposed. ~But to be sorry for the 89 1, 64 | the evil of punishment is opposed. Hence Augustine says (De 90 1, 66 | distinction. But confusion is opposed to ~distinction, as formlessness 91 1, 67 | its opposite, as cold is ~opposed to heat, blackness to whiteness. 92 1, 72 | a genus ought not to be opposed to its species. But ~beasts 93 1, 73 | OBJ 2: Further, rest is opposed to movement, or to labor, 94 1, 73 | Rest is, properly speaking, opposed to movement, and ~consequently 95 1, 73 | OBJ 2: Rest is here not opposed to labor or to movement, 96 1, 75 | form. For ~potentiality is opposed to actuality. Now, whatsoever 97 1, 77 | The powers of the soul are opposed to one another, as ~perfect 98 1, 41 | Reply OBJ 2: Possible, as opposed to what is necessary, is 99 1, 42 | we say that ~paternity is opposed to filiation, opposition 100 1, 42 | the Father are relatively opposed. Therefore one cannot be 101 1, 42 | and the Son are relatively opposed, but not ~essentially; while, 102 1, 47 | which sense possible is opposed to impossible, as appears 103 1, 48 | infinity, ~and the infinite is opposed to the notion of end. Now 104 1, 49 | But evil and ~good are not opposed as privation and habit, 105 1, 49 | Evil is not in the good opposed to it as in its subject, ~ 106 1, 49 | evil, and this is the good opposed to evil, as light is wholly 107 1, 49 | OBJ 1: The good which is opposed to evil is wholly taken 108 1, 49 | the greater evil which is opposed to the greater ~good. But 109 1, 49 | was said above (A[5]), is opposed to the good of the ~agent, 110 1, 49 | the ~agent, while fault is opposed to the good of the action. 111 1, 49 | evil of fault is properly opposed to ~uncreated good; for 112 1, 49 | uncreated good; for it is opposed to the fulfilment of the 113 1, 50 | there is a supreme ~evil opposed to it as the cause of every 114 1, 50 | cannot be any ~principle opposed to it as the cause of evils.~ 115 1, 50 | 48], AA[1], 2,3), it is opposed to that good ~which has 116 1, 55 | actuality: because actuality is opposed to potentiality. But God 117 1, 59 | evening ~knowledge is not opposed to the perfection of the 118 1, 61 | effects, which are sometimes ~opposed to their will. So in this 119 1, 63 | imperfection of nature is not opposed to the ~perfection of beatitude, 120 1, 63 | but the privation which is opposed to the form. In the ~same 121 1, 63 | natural knowledge is not opposed to the ~perfection of the 122 1, 64 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, sin is opposed to merit. But some intellectual 123 1, 65 | which the evil of sin is opposed. ~But to be sorry for the 124 1, 65 | the evil of punishment is opposed. Hence Augustine says (De 125 1, 67 | distinction. But confusion is opposed to ~distinction, as formlessness 126 1, 68 | its opposite, as cold is ~opposed to heat, blackness to whiteness. 127 1, 71 | a genus ought not to be opposed to its species. But ~beasts 128 1, 72 | OBJ 2: Further, rest is opposed to movement, or to labor, 129 1, 72 | Rest is, properly speaking, opposed to movement, and ~consequently 130 1, 72 | OBJ 2: Rest is here not opposed to labor or to movement, 131 1, 74 | form. For ~potentiality is opposed to actuality. Now, whatsoever 132 1, 76 | The powers of the soul are opposed to one another, as ~perfect 133 1, 78 | this opinion is clearly opposed to the teaching of Aristotle. 134 1, 78 | foregoing opinion is also opposed to reason. For what is received ~ 135 1, 78 | and sensuality seem to be opposed to one another because " 136 1, 84 | prevent different forms not opposed ~to each other from actually 137 1, 84 | intelligible species are not ~opposed to each other. Therefore 138 1, 84 | genus, although they be not opposed to one another, as is clear ~ 139 1, 95 | Further, subjection is opposed to liberty. But liberty 140 1, 95 | twofold meaning. First, as opposed to ~slavery, in which sense 141 1, 99 | and original sin, which is opposed to original righteousness, 142 1, 108 | liberty; all of which are opposed to sin; and therefore ~these 143 1, 112 | places." But strife is opposed to peace. Therefore among 144 1, 112 | Persians is the angel who opposed the setting free of the ~ 145 2, 6 | that, Violence is directly opposed to the voluntary, as ~likewise 146 2, 6 | OBJ 1: The involuntary is opposed to the voluntary. Now it 147 2, 6 | is involuntary: which is ~opposed to the saying of Augustine, 148 2, 21 | praise, while deeds that are opposed to virtue ~deserve censure 149 2, 21 | ii, 6): wherefore actions opposed to virtue are evil. Therefore 150 2, 28 | itself to others. But zeal is opposed to communication; since 151 2, 28 | and against that which is opposed to it.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 152 2, 28 | a man hates whatever is opposed to the ~object of his love, 153 2, 28 | first is "melting," which is opposed to freezing. ~For things 154 2, 33 | to ~which they are not opposed, "for instance that the 155 2, 35 | chiefly when pleasure is opposed ~to sorrow specifically.~ 156 2, 35 | should be things that are ~opposed to one another. But these 157 2, 35 | But these species are not opposed to one another. ~For according 158 2, 36 | Further, every separation is opposed to unity. If therefore ~ 159 2, 38 | of the cause to effect is opposed to the ~relation existing 160 2, 38 | state of ~vital movement, is opposed to sorrow and assuages it. 161 2, 39 | place, is to have a will ~opposed to the decree of God, to 162 2, 39 | Consequently a will ~that is opposed to sin, whether in oneself 163 2, 39 | whereby the appetite is opposed to the present evil; ~and, 164 2, 39 | very fact of the will being opposed to evil is a good. ~And 165 2, 41 | OBJ 3: Further, fear is opposed to hope, as stated above ( 166 2, 45 | not. ~Wherefore safety is opposed to fear, as a privation: 167 2, 45 | privation: while daring is ~opposed thereto as a contrary. And 168 2, 47 | reason is because a slight is opposed to a man's excellence: ~ 169 2, 48 | Because ~taciturnity is opposed to speech. But increase 170 2, 58 | wish to do evil is directly opposed to moral virtue; ~and yet 171 2, 58 | virtue; ~and yet it is not opposed to anything that can be 172 2, 58 | seems good, although it is opposed to ~the universal judgment 173 2, 59 | as a passion ~is either opposed to reason or in accordance 174 2, 59 | mind. Therefore sorrow is opposed to virtue ~and is incompatible 175 2, 63 | chiefly in ~matters most opposed to reason. There are also 176 2, 63 | namely, which are directly opposed to the theological virtues, 177 2, 67 | OBJ 2: Further, fear is opposed to hope. But fear remains 178 2, 67 | fear of evils." Now fear is opposed to hope ~by opposition of 179 2, 67 | will remain in glory is not opposed to ~hope. In the lost there 180 2, 67 | imperfection of candlelight is not opposed to the ~perfection of sunlight, 181 2, 67 | perfection of glory are opposed ~to one another and regard 182 2, 68 | 8): "The seven vices are opposed to the seven virtues of 183 2, 68 | Now the seven vices are opposed to the ~seven virtues, commonly 184 2, 68 | Reply OBJ 2: The vices are opposed to the virtues, in so far 185 2, 68 | in so far as they are ~opposed to the good as appointed 186 2, 68 | by reason; but they are opposed to the ~gifts, in as much 187 2, 68 | in as much as they are opposed to the Divine instinct. 188 2, 68 | For the ~same thing is opposed both to God and to reason, 189 2, 70 | works of the flesh are not opposed. ~Therefore the fruits of 190 2, 70 | joy of tranquillity is opposed. Idolatry, by reason of 191 2, 70 | against the Gospel of God, is opposed to peace. Against ~witchcrafts, 192 2, 71 | disease, rather than vice, is opposed to ~health. Therefore vice 193 2, 71 | these is "sin," which is opposed to virtue in respect of 194 2, 71 | same respect: for sin is opposed to virtue, according as 195 2, 71 | goodness; while vice is opposed to virtue properly as such.~ 196 2, 72 | three kinds of sin are not opposed to one another: ~for whoever 197 2, 72 | also, to which sins are opposed, ~differ specifically in 198 2, 72 | they are not of necessity, opposed to sins of different ~species. 199 2, 73 | the virtue to which it is ~opposed?~(5) Whether carnal sins 200 2, 73 | because several vices are opposed to ~one virtue, so that 201 2, 73 | because sin is directly opposed to ~virtue, as regards the 202 2, 73 | OBJ 3: Further, sins are opposed to virtues. But all virtues 203 2, 73 | virtues to ~which they are opposed?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[73] A[ 204 2, 73 | virtues to which they are opposed, so that, to wit, ~the graver 205 2, 73 | the graver the sin is opposed to the greater virtue. For, 206 2, 73 | the least grievous sin is opposed to the greatest ~virtue.~ 207 2, 73 | the less grievous sin is opposed to the greater virtue.~Aquin.: 208 2, 73 | 13). Now hatred which is opposed to charity is a less grievous 209 2, 73 | unbelief or despair which are opposed to faith and hope. Therefore ~ 210 2, 73 | the less grievous sin is opposed to the greater virtue.~Aquin.: 211 2, 73 | 10) that the "worst is ~opposed to the best." Now in morals 212 2, 73 | the most grievous sin is ~opposed to the greatest virtue.~ 213 2, 73 | I answer that, A sin is opposed to a virtue in two ways: 214 2, 73 | grievous sin must needs be opposed to the greater virtue: because, ~ 215 2, 73 | sin must needs be directly opposed to the greatest ~virtue, 216 2, 73 | the less grievous ~sin is opposed to the greater virtue, on 217 2, 73 | more difficult good is ~opposed directly to the sin which 218 2, 73 | not any kind of hatred is opposed to it directly, but the 219 2, 74 | Further, mortal sin is opposed to virtue. But virtue can 220 2, 76 | Further, sin is more directly opposed to grace than to knowledge. ~ 221 2, 77 | particular ~proposition be opposed, they are opposed by contradiction, 222 2, 77 | proposition be opposed, they are opposed by contradiction, e.g. " 223 2, 77 | because an act is directly opposed, not to a ~habit, but to 224 2, 77 | kind of venial sin that is ~opposed to mortal sin: whereas the 225 2, 78 | malice. Because ignorance is opposed to purpose or certain malice. 226 2, 79 | Further, every evil is opposed to good. But it is not contrary 227 2, 79 | Reply OBJ 4: Punishment is opposed to the good of the person 228 2, 79 | good or other: but fault is opposed to ~the good of subordination 229 2, 79 | God; and so it is directly opposed to the ~Divine goodness; 230 2, 79 | which causes seem to be opposed to God. Therefore God is ~ 231 2, 82 | privation. But privation is ~opposed to habit. Therefore original 232 2, 82 | original justice, which is opposed to it. Now the ~whole order 233 2, 83 | Further, original sin is opposed to original justice. Now ~ 234 2, 83 | Therefore original sin, which is opposed to it, also has a prior ~ 235 2, 84 | immoderate desire for riches, is opposed to the ~virtue of liberality. 236 2, 84 | gluttony, lust. For ~sins are opposed to virtues. But there are 237 2, 85 | diminished. Wherefore as sin is opposed to virtue, from the very 238 2, 88 | not appear to be mutually opposed, if ~taken in their proper 239 2, 88 | sense, whereas they are opposed if taken ~metaphorically: 240 2, 88 | thus "to smile" is not opposed to "being dry"; but if we ~ 241 2, 88 | with green hues this is opposed to drought. In like manner 242 2, 88 | as applied to sin, it is opposed to that which is ~venial.~ 243 2, 88 | and venial are mutually opposed as reparable and ~irreparable: 244 2, 88 | deformity of his act is opposed to chastity; but if this 245 2, 88 | an additional deformity opposed to justice which ~forbids 246 2, 89 | Further, mortal sin is more opposed to the integrity of the ~ 247 2, 89 | Reply OBJ 3: Mortal sin is opposed to the integrity of the 248 2, 89 | Wherefore that which is opposed to such liability ~pertains, 249 2, 94 | 2: Further, every sin is opposed to some virtuous act. If 250 2, 96 | human good, through being opposed to the things mentioned ~ 251 2, 96 | be unjust through being opposed to the Divine good: ~such 252 2, 100 | there are virtues and vices opposed to one another. ~Therefore 253 2, 102 | 1:20, seqq. Now death is opposed to life. ~Therefore it was 254 2, 108 | which are not necessarily opposed to, or in keeping with faith 255 2, 108 | grace, and shun what is opposed ~to it.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 256 2, 108 | themselves necessary or opposed to salvation, and come ~ 257 2, 109 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, sin is opposed to virtue as illness to 258 2, 111 | a division are mutually opposed. But even ~sanctifying grace, 259 2, 111 | parts of ~the division are opposed as sanctifying and non-sanctifying 260 2, 111 | and ~to cooperate are not opposed; for one and the same thing 261 2, 113 | remission of sins. For sin is opposed not only to justice, but 262 2, 113 | with itself; for unity is opposed to ~multitude. Therefore 263 2, 114 | sin, since sin itself is opposed to perseverance; and thus ~ 264 2, 1 | same object since they are ~opposed to one another. Now unbelief 265 2, 4 | intellectual virtues. For doubt is opposed to certitude, wherefore ~ 266 2, 8 | wherefore folly is properly opposed to wisdom, which ~makes 267 2, 8 | creatures. Rashness is clearly opposed to ~counsel, whereby man 268 2, 10 | secondly, blasphemy, which is opposed to ~confession of faith; 269 2, 10 | On the contrary, Vice is opposed to virtue. Now faith is 270 2, 10 | virtue, and ~unbelief is opposed to it. Therefore unbelief 271 2, 10 | them, so too, the vices ~opposed to the theological virtues 272 2, 10 | faith, to which unbelief is opposed, resides in the ~intellect. 273 2, 10 | apply to the sins ~that are opposed to the theological virtues, 274 2, 10 | Several species of vice are opposed to each virtue, ~because " 275 2, 10 | several species of vice are opposed to it.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 276 2, 10 | so that many vices are opposed to one ~virtue. The diversity 277 2, 10 | diversity of the vices that are opposed to each virtue may be ~considered 278 2, 10 | moral virtue one vice is opposed by ~exceeding the virtue, 279 2, 10 | the diversity of vices opposed to one virtue may be considered ~ 280 2, 10 | infinite number of vices are opposed to one ~virtue, e.g. temperance 281 2, 10 | various ~species of vice opposed to charity, which turn away 282 2, 10 | graver, according as it is opposed to that which holds a ~more 283 2, 11 | opinions. Therefore heresy is opposed ~to the truth, on which 284 2, 12 | sin of blasphemy, which is opposed to the ~confession of faith; 285 2, 12 | 1) Whether blasphemy is opposed to the confession of faith?~( 286 2, 12 | 1/1~Whether blasphemy is opposed to the confession of faith?~ 287 2, 12 | seem that blasphemy is not opposed to the confession of ~faith. 288 2, 12 | Therefore blasphemy is not opposed to the confession of faith.~ 289 2, 12 | blasphemy is not ~always opposed to the confession of faith.~ 290 2, 12 | Therefore blasphemy is not opposed to confession ~of faith.~ 291 2, 12 | speech ~it is blasphemy is opposed to confession of faith.~ 292 2, 12 | Further, every mortal sin is opposed to one of the precepts of ~ 293 2, 12 | blasphemy, as to its genus, is opposed to Divine charity, because, 294 2, 12 | above (A[1]), blasphemy is opposed to the ~confession of faith, 295 2, 13 | is, seemingly, directly opposed to the Holy Ghost ~by Whom 296 2, 14 | Para. 1/1 - OF THE VICES OPPOSED TO KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING ( 297 2, 14 | must now consider the vices opposed to knowledge and understanding. ~ 298 2, 14 | treated of ignorance which is opposed to ~knowledge, when we were 299 2, 14 | dulness of sense, which are ~opposed to the gift of understanding; 300 2, 14 | contrary. Now dulness is ~opposed to the gift of understanding, 301 2, 14 | 4~I answer that, Dull is opposed to sharp: and a thing is 302 2, 14 | of such things. Both are opposed to the gift of understanding, 303 2, 18 | OBJ 2: Further, fear is opposed to hope. Now we hope in 304 2, 18 | just as mercenary love is opposed to the love of ~charity, 305 2, 18 | servile fear, apparently, opposed to chaste fear. But ~mercenary 306 2, 18 | evil. For servitude is opposed to freedom. Since, then, " 307 2, 18 | the punishment that is ~opposed to his natural good, as 308 2, 18 | gift of the Holy Ghost is opposed to a virtue, which is also 309 2, 18 | to Himself. Now ~fear is opposed to hope, which is a virtue. 310 2, 18 | the virtue of humility is opposed to pride. ~Therefore again, 311 2, 18 | OBJ 1: Filial fear is not opposed to the virtue of hope: since ~ 312 2, 18 | submission to God, and ~this is opposed to filial fear, which reveres 313 2, 18 | to which punishment is opposed; secondly, because, the 314 2, 18 | another ~is more directly opposed to that submission to God 315 2, 18 | this is, in consequence, ~opposed to fear, since whoever fears 316 2, 19 | Further, a greater evil is opposed to a greater good, as the ~ 317 2, 19 | object, the sins which are opposed ~to them imply aversion 318 2, 19 | despair and hatred of God are opposed to the theological ~virtues: 319 2, 19 | arises from man's will ~being opposed to God's goodness itself; 320 2, 20 | a sin?~(3) To what is it opposed?~(4) From what vice does 321 2, 20 | Whether presumption is more opposed to fear than to hope?~Aquin.: 322 2, 20 | that presumption is more opposed to fear than to ~hope. Because 323 2, 20 | Because inordinate fear is opposed to right fear. Now presumption ~ 324 2, 20 | Therefore presumption is opposed to fear rather than to hope.~ 325 2, 20 | contrary, When two vices are opposed to one another they are ~ 326 2, 20 | timidity and audacity are opposed to ~fortitude. Now the sin 327 2, 20 | despair, ~which is directly opposed to hope. Therefore it seems 328 2, 20 | presumption ~also is more directly opposed to hope.~Aquin.: SMT SS 329 2, 20 | from it, as temerity is ~opposed to prudence, but also a 330 2, 20 | appearance, as cunning is opposed to prudence." ~This agrees 331 2, 20 | appears to be manifestly opposed to fear, ~especially servile 332 2, 20 | false likeness it is more opposed to hope, since it denotes 333 2, 20 | things are more directly opposed when they belong ~to the 334 2, 20 | presumption is more directly opposed to hope than to fear. For 335 2, 20 | presumption is more directly opposed to hope than to fear, since 336 2, 20 | than to fear, since it is ~opposed to hope in respect of its 337 2, 20 | ordinate one, whereas it is opposed to fear, in respect of ~ 338 2, 20 | Reply OBJ 3: Presumption is opposed to fear by a generic contrariety, ~ 339 2, 20 | Further, presumption is opposed to despair. Now despair 340 2, 21 | presumption, in a way, is opposed to fear. But the Law ~contains 341 2, 22 | not vanity, indeed it is opposed ~to vanity; and it is of 342 2, 24 | other hand their guilt is opposed to God, and is an obstacle 343 2, 24 | their guilt whereby they are opposed ~to God, all sinners are 344 2, 28 | Now the one same thing is opposed to concord and peace, viz. ~ 345 2, 28 | sometimes to that which is ~opposed to the rational appetite, 346 2, 28 | A twofold dissension is opposed to peace, namely dissension ~ 347 2, 28 | another. ~The latter alone is opposed to concord.~Aquin.: SMT 348 2, 28 | OBJ 3: Further, vices are opposed to virtues. But dissensions, 349 2, 28 | OBJ 3: Several vices are opposed to one virtue in respect 350 2, 28 | that not only is hatred opposed to charity, in respect ~ 351 2, 28 | unhappiness. Now ~unhappiness is opposed to happiness: and it is 352 2, 28 | however, it is envy which is opposed to ~pity, as we shall state 353 2, 29 | OBJ 2: Further, vices are opposed to virtues. Now there are 354 2, 29 | to virtues. Now there are opposed to ~beneficence certain 355 2, 31 | Fraternal correction is not opposed to forbearance with the ~ 356 2, 32 | must how consider the vices opposed to charity: (1) hatred, 357 2, 32 | charity: (1) hatred, which is ~opposed to love; (2) sloth and envy, 358 2, 32 | sloth and envy, which are opposed to the joy of ~charity; ( 359 2, 32 | I answer that, Hatred is opposed to love, as stated above ( 360 2, 32 | Reply OBJ 3: Men are not opposed to us in respect of the 361 2, 32 | love ~them. But they are opposed to us, in so far as they 362 2, 32 | OBJ 2: Further, worst is opposed to best. Now the best thing 363 2, 32 | For hatred is ~directly opposed to charity. Now charity 364 2, 32 | Wherefore hatred, which is opposed to ~this love, is not the 365 2, 32 | OBJ 2: Further, hatred is opposed to love. Now love of our 366 2, 32 | path of sin, because it is opposed to the love which he ~naturally 367 2, 33 | must now consider the vices opposed to the joy of charity. This 368 2, 33 | being a kind of sorrow, is opposed to ~joy. Now joy is not 369 2, 33 | untrue, ~for idleness is opposed to carefulness, whereas 370 2, 33 | carefulness, whereas sloth is opposed to joy. ~Therefore sloth 371 2, 33 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Sloth is opposed to the precept about hallowing 372 2, 34 | OBJ 4: Further, sorrow is opposed to pleasure. Now opposite 373 2, 35 | answer that, Discord is opposed to concord. Now, as stated 374 2, 35 | sin, ~in so far as it is opposed to this concord.~Aquin.: 375 2, 35 | too a man's will that is opposed to ~God is a perverse rule, 376 2, 37 | minds," and scission is opposed to unity. ~Wherefore the 377 2, 37 | directly and essentially ~opposed to unity. For in the moral, 378 2, 37 | things to which each is opposed essentially and directly. 379 2, 37 | For heresy is ~essentially opposed to faith, while schism is 380 2, 37 | while schism is essentially opposed to the ~unity of ecclesiastical 381 2, 37 | Ethic. i, ~2). Now schism is opposed to the good of the multitude, 382 2, 37 | Further, a greater good is opposed to a greater evil, according ~ 383 2, 37 | viii, 10). Now schism is opposed to charity, ~which is a 384 2, 37 | faith to which unbelief is opposed, as ~shown above (Q[10], 385 2, 37 | Wherefore the sin which is opposed to ~the greater good is, 386 2, 37 | founded; ~whereas schism is opposed to ecclesiastical unity, 387 2, 37 | unity, to which schism is opposed, is less than the ~good 388 2, 37 | truth, to which unbelief is opposed.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[39] A[ 389 2, 37 | against our neighbor, are ~opposed to charity in respect of 390 2, 37 | hatred of God, which is ~opposed to charity in respect of 391 2, 37 | greatest, because it ~is opposed to the spiritual good of 392 2, 38 | peace, and so they are not ~opposed to peace, except to the 393 2, 38 | and deception seem to be opposed to ~faithfulness even as 394 2, 39 | differs from anger, for it is ~opposed, not to meekness, but to 395 2, 40 | Wherefore, since sedition is opposed to a special kind of good, 396 2, 40 | First, ~because schism is opposed to the spiritual unity of 397 2, 40 | unity to which sedition is ~opposed is the unity of law and 398 2, 40 | manifestly ~that sedition is opposed to justice and the common 399 2, 41 | consider the vices which are opposed to ~beneficence, among which 400 2, 41 | scandal seems to be ~specially opposed to charity. Accordingly 401 2, 41 | virtue has a special sin opposed to it. But ~scandal is opposed 402 2, 41 | opposed to it. But ~scandal is opposed to a special virtue, viz. 403 2, 41 | neighbor, and it ~is directly opposed to fraternal correction, 404 2, 41 | Active scandal is more opposed to perfection, than ~passive 405 2, 42 | arises from ~a precept is opposed to liberty, since it imposes 406 2, 42 | obligation of a precept is not opposed to liberty, ~except in one 407 2, 42 | will, wherefore it ~is not opposed to charity.~Aquin.: SMT 408 2, 42 | Further, different sins are opposed to different precepts. But 409 2, 43 | is the ~removal of evils opposed to wisdom: wherefore fear 410 2, 43 | first that he should not be ~opposed to their good; this is what 411 2, 44 | 1/1 - OF FOLLY WHICH IS OPPOSED TO WISDOM (THREE ARTICLES)~ 412 2, 44 | consider folly which is opposed to wisdom; and under this ~ 413 2, 44 | seemingly ~unwisdom is directly opposed to wisdom. But folly does 414 2, 44 | Therefore folly is not opposed to wisdom.~Aquin.: SMT SS 415 2, 44 | Therefore folly is not opposed to wisdom.~Aquin.: SMT SS 416 2, 44 | Therefore folly is fittingly ~opposed to wisdom.~Aquin.: SMT SS 417 2, 44 | manifest that "folly" is opposed to "wisdom" as its contrary, 418 2, 44 | contrary, while ~"fatuity" is opposed to it as a pure negation: 419 2, 44 | too there is a good folly ~opposed to this evil wisdom, whereby 420 2, 44 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Folly is opposed to the precepts about the 421 2, 45 | certainty of truth seems opposed to solicitude, ~wherefore 422 2, 45 | Since ~then prudence is not opposed to magnanimity, for "good 423 2, 45 | magnanimity, for "good is not opposed to ~good," as stated in 424 2, 45 | good. But this opinion is opposed to ~charity, which "seeketh 425 2, 45 | its very nature, is more opposed to sin, which arises ~from 426 2, 48 | perverse forms which are opposed to ~virtue, and which, accordingly, 427 2, 51 | must now consider the vices opposed to prudence. For Augustine 428 2, 51 | iv, 3): "There are vices opposed to every virtue, not ~only 429 2, 51 | virtue, as temerity is ~opposed to prudence, but also vices 430 2, 51 | Of negligence ~which is opposed to solicitude.~Aquin.: SMT 431 2, 51 | not original sin which is opposed to original ~justice. Therefore 432 2, 51 | But ignorance which is opposed to knowledge, is reckoned 433 2, 51 | contrary, Imprudence is opposed to prudence, as stated above ~( 434 2, 51 | imprudence. Imprudence is opposed to the virtue of prudence; 435 2, 51 | whereas ~precipitation is opposed to the gift of counsel, 436 2, 51 | consequently precipitation is opposed to both.~Aquin.: SMT SS 437 2, 51 | precipitation is more directly opposed to ~rectitude of counsel 438 2, 51 | thoughtlessness is ~above all opposed to the rectitude of judgment.~ 439 2, 51 | Therefore inconstancy is opposed to fortitude rather than ~ 440 2, 52 | 2) To which virtue is it opposed?~(3) Whether negligence 441 2, 52 | sin. For ~negligence is opposed to diligence. But diligence 442 2, 52 | 1~Whether negligence is opposed to prudence?~Aquin.: SMT 443 2, 52 | seem that negligence is not opposed to prudence. For ~negligence 444 2, 52 | xxxi, 45). Now sloth is not opposed ~to prudence, but to charity, 445 2, 52 | Therefore ~negligence is not opposed to prudence.~Aquin.: SMT 446 2, 52 | sins of omission are not opposed to prudence, but to the 447 2, 52 | Therefore negligence is not opposed to prudence.~Aquin.: SMT 448 2, 52 | Therefore negligence is opposed to fear rather than to prudence.~ 449 2, 52 | Therefore negligence is opposed to prudence.~Aquin.: SMT 450 2, 52 | Negligence is directly opposed to solicitude. Now ~solicitude 451 2, 52 | which is due. Hence it is opposed to justice, ~and is an effect 452 2, 52 | negligence were directly opposed to fear, but because fear 453 2, 53 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF VICES OPPOSED TO PRUDENCE BY WAY OF RESEMBLANCE ( 454 2, 53 | now consider those vices opposed to prudence, which have 455 2, 53 | Further, the greatest evil is opposed to the greatest good, as ~ 456 2, 53 | prudence of the flesh is opposed to that ~prudence which 457 2, 53 | Reply OBJ 3: Every sin is opposed to prudence, just as prudence 458 2, 53 | not follow that every sin opposed to ~prudence is most grave, 459 2, 53 | grave, but only when it is opposed to prudence in some ~very 460 2, 53 | This is consequently a sin ~opposed to prudence, and distinct 461 2, 53 | belong to craftiness which is opposed to ~prudence.~Aquin.: SMT 462 2, 53 | reason. Now these vices are opposed to right reason, i.e. to ~ 463 2, 53 | appears chiefly in the vices opposed to justice, the chief of 464 2, 54 | precepts relating to the vices opposed to ~prudence are fittingly 465 2, 54 | precepts relating to the ~vices opposed to prudence are unfittingly 466 2, 54 | parts which are directly opposed to ~prudence are not less 467 2, 54 | to ~prudence are not less opposed thereto, than those which 468 2, 54 | about the ~vices directly opposed to prudence.~Aquin.: SMT 469 2, 54 | vices that are manifestly opposed to prudence, do not ~pertain 470 2, 56 | particular virtue ~which is opposed to covetousness."~Aquin.: 471 2, 57 | regards adultery it is ~opposed to chastity, as regards 472 2, 57 | as regards murder it is opposed to meekness, and in ~like 473 2, 57 | 3: Further, injustice is opposed to justice which is in the 474 2, 57 | illegal injustice ~which is opposed to legal justice: and this 475 2, 57 | and is a particular vice opposed to particular justice.~Aquin.: 476 2, 57 | particular justice is indirectly opposed to all the ~virtues; in 477 2, 57 | mortally. For venial sin is opposed to mortal sin. Now it is 478 2, 60 | contrary, Restitution is opposed to taking away. Now it is 479 2, 60 | unjust detention which is opposed to just detention, it stands 480 2, 61 | Out. Para. 1/2 - VICES OPPOSED TO DISTRIBUTIVE JUSTICE ( 481 2, 61 | must now consider the vices opposed to the aforesaid parts of ~ 482 2, 61 | respect of persons which is opposed to ~distributive justice; 483 2, 61 | shall consider the vices opposed to ~commutative justice.~ 484 2, 61 | that, Respect of persons is opposed to distributive justice. ~ 485 2, 61 | that respect of persons is opposed to distributive justice ~ 486 2, 61 | Now nothing but sin is ~opposed to virtue: and therefore 487 2, 61 | For respect of persons is opposed to ~distributive justice, 488 2, 62 | Out. Para. 1/2 - VICES OPPOSED TO COMMUTATIVE JUSTICE ( 489 2, 62 | must consider the vices opposed to commutative ~justice. 490 2, 62 | but also because it is opposed to charity which a man should ~ 491 2, 63 | causing a sense of pain is opposed. Thirdly, the ~movement 492 2, 63 | both through being more opposed to mercy, and because the 493 2, 63 | adultery, however, as it is ~opposed not only to justice but 494 2, 64 | must now consider the sins opposed to justice, whereby a man 495 2, 64 | involuntary, as in the sins opposed to justice: and so ~where 496 2, 64 | Therefore theft, as being opposed to charity, is a ~mortal 497 2, 64 | violence is ~more directly opposed to the will than ignorance. 498 2, 65 | now consider those vices opposed to commutative justice, 499 2, 67 | the contrary, Whatever is opposed to the glory of God is a 500 2, 70 | Now folly is a vice opposed to wisdom, ~as stated above (


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