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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 8 | in certain persons in a special way by grace, it seems that ~ 2 1, 8 | perfection there ought to be a special mode of God's ~existence 3 1, 8 | only grace constitutes a special mode of God's existence 4 1, 8 | There ~is, however, another special mode of God's existence 5 1, 11 | the case in privations of ~special forms, as of sight, or of 6 1, 14 | only universal and not special, it would follow that His 7 1, 15 | the subject, have their special ~idea. For an architect 8 1, 16 | said to have truth ~in a special way, in so far as it indicates 9 1, 19 | for ~this reason certain special expressions of the divine 10 1, 20 | place to particular ~and special truths. Now there are certain 11 1, 20 | that regard good under some special condition, as joy and delight 12 1, 21 | as the general to the ~special. ~(tm)Aquin.: SMT FP Q[21] 13 1, 23 | Reply OBJ 4: Even if by a special privilege their predestination 14 1, 26 | belongs to God in a very special manner. For ~nothing else 15 1, 27 | there ought to be some special name ~besides this common 16 1, 27 | in God has no proper or special name, except that of ~generation. 17 1, 27 | has remained ~without a special name; but it can be called 18 1, 29 | nevertheless, in a certain special way, the individual belongs 19 1, 29 | substance should have a special name of their ~own; for 20 1, 29 | Further still, in a more special and perfect way, the particular 21 1, 29 | the rational nature have a special name even ~among other substances; 22 1, 29 | and is derived from the ~special form of a thing. So in the 23 1, 32 | Ghost do not agree in one special mode ~of existence derived 24 1, 32 | and the Son agree in ~one special mode of producing the Holy 25 1, 32 | based must be something special; thus no parity of reasoning ~ 26 1, 33 | A[11]), because the more special ~terms are, the more they 27 1, 33 | of the Holy Ghost has no special name, as stated above (Q[ 28 1, 42 | origin in ~general, not a special kind of origin.~Aquin.: 29 1, 43 | however, ~there is one special mode belonging to the rational 30 1, 43 | Himself, according to this special mode ~God is said not only 31 1, 43 | signification of a notion, not of a special notion, but in general; 32 1, 43 | order to show forth in some special way this or that ~person. 33 1, 43 | R.O. 6 Para. 2/2~Thus in a special sense, a mission of the 34 1, 48 | considered as contraries in a special sense, because they exist 35 1, 48 | of ~good, is found in a special way in rational creatures 36 1, 49 | 3~And if we consider the special kinds of causes, we see 37 1, 50 | it is determined to ~some special grade of being because " 38 1, 50 | thing which determines to a special grade, and that is the form; 39 1, 50 | as determined to some one special nature.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 40 1, 51 | body; and this is the most special function of life.~Aquin.: 41 1, 51 | not as to that which is special to living subjects; because, 42 1, 55 | angel knows by several special forms, it follows that the 43 1, 57 | another way, as to its ~special conditions. Thus not all 44 1, 59 | the angels the will is a special faculty or power, ~which 45 1, 63 | Avarice, considered as a special kind of sin, is the ~immoderate 46 1, 65 | creatures, however, have in some special and higher manner God as 47 1, 67 | was afterwards ~added the special and determinative power 48 1, 71 | motions, thus they have some special affinity with the bodies 49 1, 71 | intermediate forms as have special characters like to theirs, ~ 50 1, 72 | generation of children has a special relation to the ~number 51 1, 73 | lost to Him. ~Therefore no special blessing or sanctifying 52 1, 73 | been sanctified, since the special sanctification ~of every 53 1, 42 | origin in ~general, not a special kind of origin.~Aquin.: 54 1, 43 | however, ~there is one special mode belonging to the rational 55 1, 43 | Himself, according to this special mode ~God is said not only 56 1, 43 | signification of a notion, not of a special notion, but in general; 57 1, 43 | order to show forth in some special way this or that ~person. 58 1, 43 | R.O. 6 Para. 2/2~Thus in a special sense, a mission of the 59 1, 49 | considered as contraries in a special sense, because they exist 60 1, 49 | of ~good, is found in a special way in rational creatures 61 1, 50 | 3~And if we consider the special kinds of causes, we see 62 1, 51 | it is determined to ~some special grade of being because " 63 1, 51 | thing which determines to a special grade, and that is the form; 64 1, 51 | as determined to some one special nature.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 65 1, 52 | body; and this is the most special function of life.~Aquin.: 66 1, 52 | not as to that which is special to living subjects; because, 67 1, 56 | angel knows by several special forms, it follows that the 68 1, 58 | another way, as to its ~special conditions. Thus not all 69 1, 60 | the angels the will is a special faculty or power, ~which 70 1, 64 | Avarice, considered as a special kind of sin, is the ~immoderate 71 1, 66 | creatures, however, have in some special and higher manner God as 72 1, 68 | was afterwards ~added the special and determinative power 73 1, 71 | motions, thus they have some special affinity with the bodies 74 1, 71 | intermediate forms as have special characters like to theirs, ~ 75 1, 71 | generation of children has a special relation to the ~number 76 1, 72 | lost to Him. ~Therefore no special blessing or sanctifying 77 1, 72 | been sanctified, since the special sanctification ~of every 78 1, 77 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, a special kind of soul ought not to 79 1, 77 | power should not ~be made a special genus of the powers of the 80 1, 77 | added to the above as a special genus of soul.~Aquin.: SMT 81 1, 77 | of appetite ~requires a special power of the soul - mere 82 1, 77 | there would be no need for a special genus of appetitive ~powers, 83 1, 78 | that ~intelligence is some special power.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 84 1, 78 | Whether synderesis is a special power of the soul distinct 85 1, 78 | seem that "synderesis" is a special power, distinct from ~the 86 1, 78 | nature do not belong to a special power, but to a special 87 1, 78 | special power, but to a special habit, which is called " 88 1, 78 | nature, do not belong to a ~special power, but to a special 89 1, 78 | special power, but to a special natural habit, which we 90 1, 78 | synderesis." And for this special reason, this habit is sometimes ~ 91 1, 79 | appetite should be considered a special power of the ~soul?~(2) 92 1, 79 | Whether the appetite is a special power of the soul? ~Aquin.: 93 1, 79 | that the appetite is not a special power of the ~soul. For 94 1, 79 | Therefore the appetite is not a special power of the ~soul.~Aquin.: 95 1, 81 | intellect as a thing and a special power; then the intellect 96 1, 81 | is not differentiated by special ~differences which are contained 97 1, 88 | whatever is ~either by the special dispensation of God; in 98 1, 90 | production, Scripture uses a special way of speaking, to ~show 99 1, 97 | generation, they awaited the special command relative to time.~ 100 1, 99 | otherwise in ~the case of special privilege, such as we believe 101 1, 100 | other animals. Moreover a special impediment exists in man 102 1, 103 | 104] Out. Para. 1/1 - THE SPECIAL EFFECTS OF THE DIVINE GOVERNMENT ( 103 1, 107 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: That special distinction of orders and 104 1, 107 | attributed ~to God in a special manner, by way of excess: 105 1, 107 | xvi). Still, by a certain special dispensation it is ~sometimes 106 1, 110 | that order; thus in some special way an angel can work ~a 107 1, 111 | are ~said to assist, whose special prerogative it is to be 108 1, 112 | of nature comes from a ~special grace of God, as likewise 109 2, 5 | be considered under other special aspects, either on the part 110 2, 7 | quality of the act is a special circumstance; for instance, 111 2, 8 | determinations of powers to certain ~special acts. Moreover, every practical 112 2, 9 | is apprehended under a ~special aspect as contained in the 113 2, 18 | whenever a circumstance has a special relation to reason, ~either 114 2, 18 | increases malice, has ~a special defect. Therefore every 115 2, 18 | in so far as it regards a special ~order of reason. Now it 116 2, 18 | circumstance does not ~regard a special order of reason in respect 117 2, 31 | is so called from certain special signs and effects of ~gladness. 118 2, 41 | soul?~(2) Whether fear is a special passion?~(3) Whether there 119 2, 41 | Para. 1/1~Whether fear is a special passion?~Aquin.: SMT FS 120 2, 41 | seem that fear is not a special passion. For Augustine ~ 121 2, 41 | Therefore fear is ~not a special but a general passion.~Aquin.: 122 2, 41 | But denial is nothing special in the intellect, as neither 123 2, 41 | neither is avoidance ~anything special in the appetite. But fear 124 2, 41 | evil. Therefore it is not a special passion.~Aquin.: SMT FS 125 2, 41 | Further, if fear were a special passion, it would be chiefly 126 2, 41 | Therefore fear is not a special passion, since it ~belongs 127 2, 41 | objects: hence that is a special passion, which has a special 128 2, 41 | special passion, which has a special object. Now ~fear has a 129 2, 41 | object. Now ~fear has a special object, as hope has. For 130 2, 41 | Consequently fear is a special ~passion of the soul.~Aquin.: 131 2, 41 | fear, but avoidance ~of a special object, as stated. Wherefore, 132 2, 41 | something ~common, yet fear is a special passion.~Aquin.: SMT FS 133 2, 41 | effects, and for ~certain special reasons. Consequently there 134 2, 46 | 1) Whether anger is a special passion?~(2) Whether the 135 2, 46 | 1/1~Whether anger is a special passion?~Aquin.: SMT FS 136 2, 46 | seem that anger is not a special passion. For the ~irascible 137 2, 46 | Therefore anger is not one special ~passion.~Aquin.: SMT FS 138 2, 46 | OBJ 2: Further, to every special passion there is a contrary 139 2, 46 | Therefore anger is not a special ~passion.~Aquin.: SMT FS 140 2, 46 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, one special passion does not include 141 2, 46 | Therefore anger is not a ~special passion.~Aquin.: SMT FS 142 2, 46 | Orth. ii, 16) calls anger a special ~passion: and so does Cicero ( 143 2, 49 | therefore these constitute a special genus of things, ~which 144 2, 60 | differ in respect of various special notions. The ~reason for 145 2, 60 | properly so called is one special virtue, whose ~object is 146 2, 60 | this sense it is not as a special virtue.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 147 2, 60 | De Inv. ii) ~reckons as a special virtue, piety which directs 148 2, 60 | operations ~belonging to special justice. Consequently, there 149 2, 61 | according ~as they have their special determinate matter; each 150 2, 61 | its own matter, in ~which special commendation is given to 151 2, 63 | acts; and speaking now in a special ~way of this matter in relation 152 2, 68 | receive help in the shape of special ~promptings from God, this 153 2, 70 | Holy Ghost is given in a special manner, as ~in His own likeness, 154 2, 72 | is ~the body's slave in a special sense, because at the moment 155 2, 72 | orders, sin against God is a special kind of sin.~Aquin.: SMT 156 2, 72 | 8]), wherever there is a special ~motive for sinning, there 157 2, 77 | How ~covetousness, as a special vice, which goes by the 158 2, 81 | suggestion, he has a certain special manner of causing sin, by 159 2, 84 | every sin?~(3) Whether other special sins should be called capital 160 2, 84 | riches: and thus ~it is a special sin. Secondly, as denoting 161 2, 84 | covetousness, as denoting a special sin, is ~called the root 162 2, 84 | excel; and thus it is a special sin. ~Secondly, as denoting 163 2, 84 | pride, even ~as denoting a special sin, is the beginning of 164 2, 84 | God does not denote the special sin, but ~rather that general 165 2, 84 | Para. 1/1~Whether any other special sins, besides pride and 166 2, 84 | would seem that no other special sins, besides pride and ~ 167 2, 84 | 17) enumerates certain special ~vices under the name of 168 2, 84 | vices, because it implies a special kind ~of movement in the 169 2, 89 | A[3]), unless there is a special prohibition, ~which is not 170 2, 94 | this applies to certain special ~sins.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 171 2, 94 | in this ~sense, certain special sins are said to be against 172 2, 94 | which has received the special name of the unnatural crime.~ 173 2, 94 | occurrence, through some special causes ~hindering the observance 174 2, 95 | kinds of men who work in a special way for the ~common good: 175 2, 95 | people. ~Wherefore certain special kinds of law are adapted 176 2, 97 | should reasonably receive special treatment, ~it is not respect 177 2, 97 | persons if he be the object of special favor.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 178 2, 97 | man to whom He may give special power for that purpose.~ 179 2, 98 | the angels," there is a ~special reason why the Old Law should 180 2, 98 | vouchsafed both the Law and other special boons to ~that people, on 181 2, 98 | should be signalized by a special sanctification, ~according 182 2, 98 | laws are enacted for the special sanctification of certain 183 2, 98 | people was bound to certain special observances, to which ~other 184 2, 99 | its determination to some special kind of act belongs to ~ 185 2, 100 | because there are various special kinds of covetousness, ~ 186 2, 100 | swearing ~is the matter of a special prohibition by a precept 187 2, 100 | past blessing. Wherefore special mention of the memory is 188 2, 100 | wherefore this precept ~needed a special admonition.~Aquin.: SMT 189 2, 100 | and determining certain special modes of ~procedure, these 190 2, 100 | judicial precepts ~belonged to "special justice," which is about 191 2, 101 | king make use of certain special observances. Consequently 192 2, 102 | OBJ 6: The Law fixed the special manner of slaying the sacrificial ~ 193 2, 102 | this reason it behooved special times, a special abode, ~ 194 2, 102 | behooved special times, a special abode, ~special vessels, 195 2, 102 | times, a special abode, ~special vessels, and special ministers 196 2, 102 | abode, ~special vessels, and special ministers to be appointed 197 2, 102 | Consequently, ~certain special points had to be observed 198 2, 102 | sake there was need for a special ~tabernacle or temple to 199 2, 102 | was unfitting for certain special garments to be appointed ~ 200 2, 102 | whole people; but ~in a special way, it belonged to the 201 2, 102 | expiated by sin-offerings. Now ~special sacrifices were wont to 202 2, 102 | uncleannesses, call for no special remark, beyond what applies 203 2, 102 | were the ministers by some special purification or ~consecration: 204 2, 102 | were clothed ~with certain special garments in designation 205 2, 102 | that they might be revered, special ornate vestments were ~appointed 206 2, 102 | appointed for their use, and a special form of consecration. This 207 2, 102 | instituted by God to be a special prerogative of ~that people. 208 2, 102 | there needed to be certain ~special things befitting the divine 209 2, 103 | been no need to give this special commandment to those who 210 2, 103 | regard to fornication a ~special prohibition was made, because 211 2, 105 | people was governed under the special care of God: ~wherefore 212 2, 105 | contrary, It is recalled as a special blessing (Ps. 147:20) that ~" 213 2, 105 | children were marked with special honor, ~as the Philosopher 214 2, 108 | needed to receive some special commands from Christ, such 215 2, 108 | an enemy when there is no special need, is to be ~referred 216 2, 109 | men to Himself as to ~a special end, which they seek, and 217 2, 109 | motion. Secondly, for this special reason - the condition of 218 2, 110 | being. But the ~second is a special love, whereby He draws the 219 2, 110 | general peace, but that the special name of grace signifies 220 2, 111 | miracles because it has a special reason for inducing one 221 2, 111 | interpret speeches have special ~efficacy in bestowing faith. 222 2, 111 | Hence they are set down as special ~gratuitous graces.~Aquin.: 223 2, 112 | has grace, for God by a ~special privilege reveals this at 224 2, 113 | Faith and charity imply a special directing of the human ~ 225 2, 113 | can only spring ~from a special goodwill. Now God's goodwill 226 2, 1 | Consequently any matter that, for a special reason, is ~unseen, is a 227 2, 1 | reason, is ~unseen, is a special article; whereas when several 228 2, 1 | the Eucharist presents a special ~difficulty over and above 229 2, 1 | have ~been mentioned in a special article: and consequently 230 2, 1 | one ~separately presents a special difficulty.~Aquin.: SMT 231 2, 4 | In this way it is ~not a special virtue, but is a general 232 2, 4 | duty. In this way it is a special virtue, and a part of ~justice: 233 2, 9 | the most perfect, and some special name is adapted to the most 234 2, 9 | thing is," is given the special name of ~"definition," but 235 2, 9 | cause, the knowledge has a special name, which is wisdom: for ~ 236 2, 9 | thus that knowledge is a special gift, but according ~as 237 2, 10 | the Church, for certain special ~sins, withdraws the faithful 238 2, 10 | subject to him for certain special works. Hence it ~would be 239 2, 12 | commandments; thirdly, by ~certain special things pertaining to supererogation 240 2, 12 | apostasy does not imply a special ~kind of unbelief, but an 241 2, 13 | certain ~malice is not a special kind of sin, but a condition 242 2, 13 | inclination of a habit, is not a special sin, but a ~general condition 243 2, 13 | far as it results from a special ~contempt of an effect of 244 2, 13 | has the character of a ~special sin. According to this interpretation 245 2, 13 | against the Holy ~Ghost is a special kind of sin, as also according 246 2, 13 | thus it would not be a special sin, but a circumstance 247 2, 15 | be referred to certain special articles of faith, chiefly 248 2, 15 | hence there was no need for special precepts to be given ~about 249 2, 18 | as one may have another special love ~for one's neighbor, 250 2, 19 | born of sloth in a more special way: though it may arise 251 2, 22 | virtue?~(4) Whether it is a special virtue?~(5) Whether it is 252 2, 22 | 1/1~Whether charity is a special virtue?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 253 2, 22 | seem that charity is not a special virtue. For Jerome ~says: " 254 2, 22 | order of love." Now no special virtue is included in the 255 2, 22 | Therefore charity is not a special virtue.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 256 2, 22 | of virtue, cannot be a ~special virtue. But charity extends 257 2, 22 | Therefore charity is not a special virtue.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 258 2, 22 | enumerated together with what is ~special. But charity is enumerated 259 2, 22 | enumerated together with special virtues, viz. ~hope and 260 2, 22 | Therefore charity is a special virtue.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 261 2, 22 | that wherever there is ~a special aspect of good, there is 262 2, 22 | aspect of good, there is a special kind of love. But the Divine ~ 263 2, 22 | object of happiness, has a special aspect of ~good, wherefore 264 2, 22 | love of that good, is a ~special kind of love. Therefore 265 2, 22 | Therefore charity is a special virtue.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 266 2, 24 | namely, that we should have a special movement of love towards ~ 267 2, 24 | require that we should have a special movement of love to every ~ 268 2, 24 | body is not reckoned as a special object of love.~ 269 2, 25 | the decalogue contain a special ~precept about the honor 270 2, 25 | It would seem to be a special duty to afford our ~parents 271 2, 27 | self-love, and this is not a special vice, but a general source 272 2, 27 | certain particular sorrows as special vices, because they do not ~ 273 2, 27 | they do not ~arise from a special, but from a general vice. 274 2, 27 | love of ~God is accounted a special virtue, namely charity, 275 2, 27 | the part of the object, a special character, viz. "difficult," 276 2, 27 | reason it is accounted a special virtue. ~On the other hand 277 2, 27 | does not add to love any special aspect, that might ~cause 278 2, 27 | aspect, that might ~cause a special virtue.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 279 2, 28 | Further, joy and peace are not special virtues, because they ~result 280 2, 28 | Therefore ~mercy is not a special virtue.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 281 2, 28 | mercy regards a certain special aspect, namely the ~misery 282 2, 29 | Whether beneficence is a special virtue?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 283 2, 29 | be considered under some ~special aspect of good, then beneficence 284 2, 29 | beneficence will assume a special character ~and will belong 285 2, 29 | and will belong to some special virtue.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 286 2, 29 | Whether beneficence is a special virtue?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 287 2, 29 | seem that beneficence is a special virtue. For precepts ~are 288 2, 29 | Therefore beneficence is a ~special virtue.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 289 2, 29 | same things under certain special ~aspects of good or of evil, 290 2, 29 | to be traced to certain special ~virtues or vices, and in 291 2, 30 | needed by all, or it is a ~special need occurring through some 292 2, 30 | harborless." Again if the need be special, it is either the ~result 293 2, 30 | there was no reason for special mention of this particular 294 2, 30 | closely united, and has no special claim on our care then and ~ 295 2, 31 | charity, which seeks in a special way the recovery of an erring ~ 296 2, 32 | the Holy Ghost denotes a special kind of sin: and ~yet it 297 2, 33 | sin?~(2) Whether it is a special vice?~(3) Whether it is 298 2, 33 | 1/1~Whether sloth is a special vice?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[35] 299 2, 33 | seem that sloth is not a special vice. For that which is ~ 300 2, 33 | vices does not constitute a special kind of vice. But every ~ 301 2, 33 | seems that sloth is not a special sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[35] 302 2, 33 | joy is not accounted one special virtue. Therefore sloth 303 2, 33 | should ~not be reckoned a special vice.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[35] 304 2, 33 | it does not constitute a special virtue or ~vice, unless 305 2, 33 | it to sloth, if this be a special vice; ~because the reason 306 2, 33 | Therefore sloth is not a special vice.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[35] 307 2, 33 | vices. Therefore it is a special vice.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[35] 308 2, 33 | way, sloth will not be a special vice, ~because, as stated 309 2, 33 | be said that sloth ~is a special vice, in so far as it shuns 310 2, 33 | about which ~there is a special virtue, viz. charity. Hence 311 2, 33 | virtue, belongs, not to any special vice, but to every vice, 312 2, 33 | charity rejoices, belongs to a special ~vice, which is called sloth. 313 2, 37 | 1) Whether schism is a special sin?~(2) Whether it is graver 314 2, 37 | 1/1~Whether schism is a special sin?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[39] 315 2, 37 | seem that schism is not a special sin. For "schism," as ~Pope 316 2, 37 | Therefore schism is not a ~special sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[39] 317 2, 37 | seem not to ~differ, as a special sin, from the sin of unbelief.~ 318 2, 37 | is, ~properly speaking, a special sin, for the reason that 319 2, 38 | The second reason is a special one, ~because, to wit, all 320 2, 40 | inquiry:~(1) Whether it is a special sin?~(2) Whether it is a 321 2, 40 | 1~Whether sedition is a special sin distinct from other 322 2, 40 | seem that sedition is not a special sin distinct from ~other 323 2, 40 | seems that sedition is not a special sin ~distinct from discord.~ 324 2, 40 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, every special sin that is distinct from 325 2, 40 | Therefore sedition is not a special sin, distinct ~from other 326 2, 40 | answer that, Sedition is a special sin, having something in 327 2, 40 | sedition is opposed to a special kind of good, namely ~the 328 2, 40 | peace of a people, it is a special kind of sin.~Aquin.: SMT 329 2, 41 | sin?~(3) Whether it is a special sin?~(4) Whether it is a 330 2, 41 | 1/1~Whether scandal is a special sin?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[43] 331 2, 41 | seem that scandal is not a special sin. For scandal is ~"something 332 2, 41 | consequently, scandal is not a ~special sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[43] 333 2, 41 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, every special kind of sin, or every special 334 2, 41 | special kind of sin, or every special kind of ~injustice, may 335 2, 41 | Therefore it is not a special kind of sin.~Aquin.: SMT 336 2, 41 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, every special sin is constituted by something 337 2, 41 | Therefore scandal is not a special ~sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[43] 338 2, 41 | 1/1~On the contrary, A special virtue has a special sin 339 2, 41 | A special virtue has a special sin opposed to it. But ~ 340 2, 41 | scandal is opposed to a special virtue, viz. charity. For 341 2, 41 | Therefore scandal is a special sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[43] 342 2, 41 | Passive scandal cannot be a special sin, because through ~another' 343 2, 41 | does not ~constitute a special kind of sin, because it 344 2, 41 | because it does not imply a special ~deformity in opposition 345 2, 41 | deformity in opposition to a special virtue.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 346 2, 41 | active scandal is not a special sin, ~because a species 347 2, 41 | sin, and then it becomes a special kind of sin ~on account 348 2, 41 | account of the intention of a special kind of end, because moral ~ 349 2, 41 | as theft and murder are special ~kinds of sin, on account 350 2, 41 | the intention of doing a ~special injury to one's neighbor: 351 2, 41 | neighbor: so too, scandal is a special kind of ~sin, because thereby 352 2, 41 | thereby a man intends a special harm to his neighbor, and 353 2, 41 | intends the ~removal of a special kind of harm.~Aquin.: SMT 354 2, 41 | derive the formal aspect of a special sin from the end intended, 355 2, 41 | derive the species of a special sin from ~the circumstance 356 2, 42 | does, however, fall under special ~precepts.~Aquin.: SMT SS 357 2, 42 | the sake of the laggards, special precepts were ~given about 358 2, 45 | virtue?~(5) Whether it is a special virtue?~(6) Whether it appoints 359 2, 45 | 1~Whether prudence is a special virtue?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 360 2, 45 | seem that prudence is not a special virtue. For no ~special 361 2, 45 | special virtue. For no ~special virtue is included in the 362 2, 45 | Therefore prudence is not a special virtue. ~Aquin.: SMT SS 363 2, 45 | and consequently is not a special virtue.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 364 2, 45 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, a special virtue has a special object. 365 2, 45 | a special virtue has a special object. But prudence has ~ 366 2, 45 | But prudence has ~not a special object, for it is right 367 2, 45 | Therefore prudence is not a ~special virtue.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 368 2, 45 | that has a corresponding special object, distinct from other ~ 369 2, 45 | objects, must needs be a special habit, and if it be a good 370 2, 45 | good habit, it ~must be a special virtue. Now an object is 371 2, 45 | Now an object is called special, not merely ~according to 372 2, 45 | evident that prudence is a special ~virtue, distinct from all 373 2, 45 | prove that it is ~not a special virtue; for nothing prevents 374 2, 48 | the prince." Therefore a special kind of ~prudence is regnative.~ 375 2, 48 | in human acts we find a special ~kind of governance and 376 2, 48 | command, there must be a special kind of prudence. ~Now it 377 2, 48 | evident that there is a special and perfect kind of governance ~ 378 2, 48 | end. Hence prudence in its special and most perfect sense, 379 2, 48 | Therefore there is no need of a special kind of prudence called ~ 380 2, 49 | virtue?~(2) Whether it is a special virtue, distinct from prudence?~( 381 2, 49 | Whether {synesis} is a special virtue?~(4) Whether {gnome} 382 2, 49 | 4) Whether {gnome} is a special virtue?~[*These three Greek 383 2, 49 | deliberating well) is a special virtue, distinct from ~prudence?~ 384 2, 49 | which in this respect is a special virtue. Secondly indirectly, 385 2, 49 | according to general law) is a special ~virtue?~Aquin.: SMT SS 386 2, 49 | to general ~law) is not a special virtue distinct from {synesis} ( 387 2, 49 | according to general law) is a special virtue.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 388 2, 50 | virtue, it does ~so in a special way in works of mercy, for 389 2, 51 | sin?~(2) Whether it is a special sin?~(3) Of precipitation 390 2, 51 | Whether imprudence is a special sin?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[53] 391 2, 51 | that imprudence is not a special sin. For whoever ~sins, 392 2, 51 | Therefore ~imprudence is not a special sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[53] 393 2, 51 | imprudence, so that it ~is not a special sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[53] 394 2, 51 | A[1]). Now prudence is a special virtue. Therefore imprudence 395 2, 51 | Therefore imprudence too is one ~special vice.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[53] 396 2, 51 | since it is concerned with special acts, namely the very ~acts 397 2, 51 | reason it can be called a special sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[53] 398 2, 51 | Whether thoughtlessness is a special sin included in prudence?~ 399 2, 51 | thoughtlessness is not a special sin included ~in imprudence. 400 2, 51 | thoughtlessness is not a special sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[53] 401 2, 51 | thoughtlessness is not a special ~sin contained under imprudence.~ 402 2, 51 | Therefore ~thoughtlessness is a special sin contained under imprudence.~ 403 2, 52 | Whether negligence is a special sin?~(2) To which virtue 404 2, 52 | Whether negligence is a special sin?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[54] 405 2, 52 | that negligence is not a special sin. For ~negligence is 406 2, 52 | Therefore negligence is not a special sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[54] 407 2, 52 | common to every sin is not a special sin. ~Now negligence is 408 2, 52 | Therefore negligence is not a special sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[54] 409 2, 52 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, every special sin had a determinate matter. 410 2, 52 | that negligence is not a special ~vice.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 411 2, 52 | have the character of a special sin according as ~solicitude 412 2, 52 | solicitude is the act of a special virtue. For certain sins 413 2, 52 | virtue. For certain sins are special ~through being about a special 414 2, 52 | special ~through being about a special matter, as lust is about 415 2, 52 | matters, ~while some vices are special on account of their having 416 2, 52 | account of their having a special kind of ~act which extends 417 2, 52 | Since then solicitude is a special act of reason, as ~stated 418 2, 52 | lack of solicitude, is a special sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[54] 419 2, 52 | just as ~precipitation is a special sin on account of a special 420 2, 52 | special sin on account of a special act of reason ~which is 421 2, 52 | sin; so negligence is a special sin on account of the lack 422 2, 52 | account of the lack of a special ~act of reason, namely solicitude, 423 2, 52 | more hidden, ~wherefore no special sacrifices were prescribed 424 2, 53 | Whether craftiness is a special sin?~(4) Of guile;~(5) Of 425 2, 53 | Whether craftiness is a special sin?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[55] 426 2, 53 | that craftiness is not a special sin. For the words ~of Holy 427 2, 53 | Therefore craftiness is not a special sin distinct from ~prudence 428 2, 53 | consequently it seems not to be a special sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[55] 429 2, 54 | that the Law ~contained a special precept forbidding fraudulent 430 2, 55 | reason ~justice has its own special proper object over and above 431 2, 55 | follows ~that they need no special institution, for they are 432 2, 55 | should be distinguished as ~special species?~Aquin.: SMT SS 433 2, 55 | not be distinguished as special species. For it belongs 434 2, 55 | there is no need for ~a special right of dominion or paternal 435 2, 55 | princes. ~Therefore some special kind of right should be 436 2, 56 | dealings with others need a special rectification, not only 437 2, 56 | such dealings there is a special virtue, and this ~is justice.~ 438 2, 56 | not as a general but as a special virtue, as we shall state 439 2, 56 | its proper ~object, is a special virtue in respect of its 440 2, 56 | too legal ~justice is a special virtue in respect of its 441 2, 56 | legal ~justice, which though special essentially is nevertheless 442 2, 56 | particular justice has a special matter?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 443 2, 56 | particular justice has no special matter. ~Because a gloss 444 2, 56 | the case, if justice had a special matter, since every ~special 445 2, 56 | special matter, since every ~special matter belongs to a special 446 2, 56 | special matter belongs to a special power. Therefore particular 447 2, 56 | particular justice ~has no special matter.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 448 2, 56 | cardinal virtues, has no special matter.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 449 2, 56 | justice is general and not special.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[58] A[ 450 2, 56 | things, under a certain special ~aspect of the object, in 451 2, 56 | taken in two ways: first as special virtues, each having a ~ 452 2, 57 | Whether injustice is a special vice?~(2) Whether it is 453 2, 57 | 1~Whether injustice is a special virtue?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 454 2, 57 | that injustice is not a special vice. For it is ~written ( 455 2, 57 | Therefore injustice is not a special sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[59] 456 2, 57 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, no special sin is contrary to all the 457 2, 57 | Therefore injustice is not a ~special sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[59] 458 2, 57 | Therefore injustice is not a special sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[59] 459 2, 57 | justice. But justice is a ~special virtue. Therefore injustice 460 2, 57 | Therefore injustice is a special vice.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[59] 461 2, 57 | and this is essentially a special ~vice, in so far as it regards 462 2, 57 | in so far as it regards a special object, namely the common 463 2, 57 | and thus injustice has a ~special matter and is a particular 464 2, 62 | Further, in the Divine law a special punishment is not appointed ~ 465 2, 62 | appointed ~save for a sin. Now a special punishment had to be inflicted, 466 2, 73 | 1) Whether derision is a special sin distinct from the other 467 2, 73 | 1~Whether derision is a special sin distinct from those 468 2, 73 | seem that derision is not a special sin distinct from ~those 469 2, 73 | confounding him inflicts a special ~injury on him: hence derision 470 2, 73 | him: hence derision is a special kind of sin.~Aquin.: SMT 471 2, 75 | voluntary commutations no special kind of sin ~is to be found 472 2, 77 | Whether transgression is a special sin?~(3) Whether omission 473 2, 77 | 3) Whether omission is a special sin?~(4) Of the comparison 474 2, 77 | of justice, ~which is a special kind of virtue.~Aquin.: 475 2, 77 | sense it regards a certain special aspect of good; namely, 476 2, 77 | justice considered as a special virtue regards good as ~ 477 2, 77 | this sense it belongs to special justice to ~do good considered 478 2, 77 | parts of general or of ~special justice, because each is 479 2, 77 | here considered under a special aspect, ~by which they are 480 2, 77 | parts of justice under a special aspect of good and evil, 481 2, 77 | Whether transgression is a special sin?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[79] 482 2, 77 | that transgression is not a special sin. For no ~species is 483 2, 77 | transgression is not a special sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[79] 484 2, 77 | contrary, It is opposed to a special virtue, namely justice.~ 485 2, 77 | formally, namely under its special aspect of an act ~against 486 2, 77 | negative precept, it is a special sin in two ways. First, 487 2, 77 | proper aspects, but under a special aspect, ~as stated above. 488 2, 77 | 1~Whether omission is a special sin?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[79] 489 2, 77 | seem that omission is not a special sin. For every sin ~is either 490 2, 77 | Therefore omission is not a special sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[79] 491 2, 77 | to fix the time when any special sin ~begins. But this is 492 2, 77 | Therefore omission is not a ~special sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[79] 493 2, 77 | 1~OBJ 4: Further, every special sin is opposed to a special 494 2, 77 | special sin is opposed to a special virtue. But it ~is not possible 495 2, 77 | not possible to assign any special virtue to which omission 496 2, 77 | Therefore omission is not a ~special sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[79] 497 2, 77 | Divine or human law; to special justice, if the due is ~ 498 2, 77 | same way as ~justice is a special virtue, as stated above ( 499 2, 77 | AA[6],7), omission ~is a special sin distinct from the sins 500 2, 77 | opposite of omitting it, is ~a special part of justice, distinct


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