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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | according to the words "Give ~not that which is holy 2 1, 5 | Hence the number is said to give the species, for ~definitions 3 1, 12 | the Apostle says: "May He give unto you the spirit of wisdom . . . 4 1, 13 | follows therefore that we can give a ~name to anything in as 5 1, 13 | in ~the first article, we give them concrete names signifying 6 1, 14 | some universal cause. They give the example of ~an astrologer 7 1, 14 | individual thing, and can give the knowledge of only one 8 1, 17 | but by accident. ~For they give occasion to falsity, by 9 1, 20 | the master of a house may give some costly ~delicacy to 10 1, 20 | servant, that he does not give to his own son in sound ~ 11 1, 22 | doubtful, nevertheless to ~give a command as to the ordering 12 1, 23 | some men, which He does not give to others. Thus ~in the 13 1, 23 | have mercy" says: "I will give mercy to him who, I ~foresee, 14 1, 23 | pre-ordained that He ~would give the effect of predestination 15 1, 23 | pre-ordains that He will give it, because He knows ~beforehand 16 1, 23 | grace, as if a king were to ~give a horse to a soldier because 17 1, 23 | that God pre-ordained to give glory on ~account of merit, 18 1, 23 | that He pre-ordained to give grace to merit glory. ~In 19 1, 23 | gratuitously, a person can give more or less, just as he ~ 20 1, 25 | greater the power ~has it to give heat; and it would have 21 1, 25 | would have infinite power to give heat, were ~its own heat 22 1, 25 | impossible in itself, as ~to give sight to the blind, or to 23 1, 25 | My Father, ~and He will give Me presently more than twelve 24 1, 25 | something better; because He can give to things made by Him a ~ 25 1, 27 | My ~Father, and He will give you another Paraclete" ( 26 1, 33 | Whom oneness of nature is give."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[33] A[ 27 1, 36 | take of thy spirit and will give to them" (Num. 11:17) and 28 1, 38 | anyone, unless it was ~his to give; and it is given to someone 29 1, 38 | Is. 9:16 says: "A Son ~is give to us." Therefore to be 30 1, 38 | love; since therefore do we give something to anyone gratuitously ~ 31 1, 38 | him well. So what we first give him is the love ~whereby 32 1, 38 | loved the ~world, as to give His only begotten Son" ( 33 1, 39 | action, as all things which give heat; but only those things 34 1, 46 | are not cogent, so as to give occasion to ~unbelievers 35 1, 47 | is the part of justice to give unequal to unequal ~things. 36 1, 51 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: To give life effectively is a perfection 37 1, 51 | and ~maketh alive." But to give life formally belongs to 38 1, 51 | familiarly with men they may give evidence of ~that intellectual 39 1, 56 | self-subsisting; because ~heat would give forth heat none the less 40 1, 62 | has a natural ~tendency to give forth heat, and to generate 41 1, 64 | much torment and sorrow give ye to her." Consequently 42 1, 65 | Further, justice does not give unequal things except to 43 1, 65 | But the heavenly bodies give form to things here ~below, 44 1, 66 | material to which he intends to give a form. The ~third distinction 45 1, 67 | purposely omitted by Moses, and give various reasons. Basil [* 46 1, 68 | distinction and adornment to ~give forms to the elements that 47 1, 68 | of vapors, and serve to give rain ~to the earth. But 48 1, 70 | shine in the firmament and give life to the earth." ~Secondly, 49 1, 75 | what is not hot does not give heat. ~Secondly, because 50 1, 75 | strictly speaking, does not give heat. ~We may therefore 51 1, 76 | although sensibility does not give incorruptibility, yet it 52 1, 76 | follow that the soul does not give being simply; ~and consequently 53 1, 76 | essentially an act; nor does it give existence by means of ~something 54 1, 76 | the whole which does not give ~existence to each of the 55 1, 38 | anyone, unless it was ~his to give; and it is given to someone 56 1, 38 | Is. 9:16 says: "A Son ~is give to us." Therefore to be 57 1, 38 | love; since therefore do we give something to anyone gratuitously ~ 58 1, 38 | him well. So what we first give him is the love ~whereby 59 1, 38 | loved the ~world, as to give His only begotten Son" ( 60 1, 39 | action, as all things which give heat; but ~only those things 61 1, 47 | are not cogent, so as to give occasion to ~unbelievers 62 1, 48 | is the part of justice to give unequal to unequal ~things. 63 1, 52 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: To give life effectively is a perfection 64 1, 52 | and ~maketh alive." But to give life formally belongs to 65 1, 52 | familiarly with men they may give evidence of ~that intellectual 66 1, 57 | self-subsisting; because ~heat would give forth heat none the less 67 1, 63 | has a natural ~tendency to give forth heat, and to generate 68 1, 65 | much torment and sorrow give ye to her." Consequently 69 1, 66 | Further, justice does not give unequal things except to 70 1, 66 | But the heavenly bodies give form to things here ~below, 71 1, 67 | material to which he intends to give a form. The ~third distinction 72 1, 68 | purposely omitted by Moses, and give various reasons. Basil [* 73 1, 69 | distinction and adornment to ~give forms to the elements that 74 1, 69 | of vapors, and serve to give rain ~to the earth. But 75 1, 71 | shine in the firmament and give life to the earth." ~Secondly, 76 1, 74 | what is not hot does not give heat. ~Secondly, because 77 1, 74 | strictly speaking, does not give heat. ~We may therefore 78 1, 75 | although sensibility does not give incorruptibility, yet it 79 1, 75 | follow that the soul does not give being simply; ~and consequently 80 1, 75 | essentially an act; nor does it give existence by means of ~something 81 1, 75 | the whole which does not give ~existence to each of the 82 1, 78 | Ethic. i, 13). Others give the name of passive intellect 83 1, 78 | the active intellect is to give light for the ~purpose of 84 1, 78 | intellectual powers, for the reason give above.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 85 1, 78 | appropriate name we like to give it." Therefore, reason, ~ 86 1, 80 | senses, Augustine does not give us to understand that the ~ 87 1, 88 | which, however, fail to give perfect knowledge ~of them, 88 1, 90 | every artist intends to give to ~his work the best disposition; 89 1, 91 | First, in order thus to give the first man a ~certain 90 1, 95 | animals to man, that he might give them ~names expressive of 91 1, 96 | tree of life could not ~give incorruptibility or immortality.~ 92 1, 96 | of such efficiency as to give the body a disposition to 93 1, 96 | could not ~go so far as to give the body the prerogative 94 1, 102 | not the one who can only ~give his attention to general 95 1, 103 | because this ~action does not give being to the creature, since 96 1, 103 | existed, God was free not to give them ~existence, and not 97 1, 104 | dispose to that form, ~and to give the movement which results 98 1, 104 | nevertheless at times does not ~give the axe its form; but He 99 1, 104 | an agent which did not ~give them their natural inclination; 100 1, 104 | the like; for nature can give life, ~but not to the dead; 101 1, 105 | because they "kindle" or "give heat": and this is by love 102 1, 105 | natural inclination, which can give the power to which follows ~ 103 1, 105 | Hence also corporeal agents give ~their likeness to others 104 1, 107 | perfect that what is unable to give heat. And ~the more perfectly 105 1, 107 | Dominations"; the second is to give the power of carrying out ~ 106 1, 108 | would seem necessary to give them ~the names of each 107 1, 111 | exterior occupation; because we give ourselves to action through 108 1, 111 | those ~who were sent to give the law.~Aquin.: SMT FP 109 1, 116 | Jerome ~says, "Lest you give to men the honor due to 110 1, 117 | united to ~the body, he must give the reason why it is united 111 2, 1 | Therefore the ~end does not give the species to human acts.~ 112 2, 5 | could not do. But it did give him free-will, with which 113 2, 5 | 83:12): "The Lord will give grace ~and glory."~Aquin.: 114 2, 5 | everything enlightened or ~heated give heat or light to something 115 2, 7 | that circumstances cannot give quality to human acts; for 116 2, 7 | but that in doing so he give ~him a chill, or scald him; 117 2, 9 | particular cause does not give a universal inclination. 118 2, 14 | commandment of the Lord: but I give ~counsel." Therefore counsel 119 2, 18 | theft committed in ~order to give something to the poor. Therefore 120 2, 18 | an ~accident, it does not give an action its species. Therefore 121 2, 18 | particular end; for instance, to give alms from ~vainglory. Therefore 122 2, 18 | commits a ~theft in order to give alms. For an action takes 123 2, 18 | species; for instance, to give alms to a person in want. ~ 124 2, 18 | Therefore ~circumstances do not give an action its species.~Aquin.: 125 2, 19 | nature. ~Therefore it cannot give moral goodness to the will. 126 2, 19 | wife, and if he wish to give her her right when ~she 127 2, 19 | wills to steal in order to give ~alms, has an evil will, 128 2, 19 | For when a man wills to give an alms ~for the sake of 129 2, 19 | instance, if a man ~were to give ten pounds, he could not 130 2, 20 | commit a theft, or to will to give an alms. Therefore good 131 2, 20 | For instance, if a man ~give an alms to a poor man who 132 2, 21 | badly, and in a doctor to give the wrong ~medicine." But 133 2, 21 | justly, what shalt thou give Him?" ~Therefore a human 134 2, 21 | referable to God, does not ~give God the honor due to Him 135 2, 24 | other hand, the Peripatetics give the name of "passions" to 136 2, 24 | disturbances or ailments. But if we give the name ~of passions to 137 2, 27 | sake of the pleasure they give. But pleasure is a passion. 138 2, 31 | which is ~unnatural can give pleasure.~Aquin.: SMT FS 139 2, 31 | natural to this hot water to give heat. ~Consequently it happens 140 2, 31 | contrariety of the things which give pleasure. But this ~difference 141 2, 32 | arise from sadness, can give pleasure.~Aquin.: SMT FS 142 2, 32 | it is most ~pleasant to give presents or assistance to 143 2, 32 | Doing good to another may give pleasure in three ways. ~ 144 2, 32 | doing good to another, can give pleasure in respect ~of 145 2, 32 | whereof he is ~able to give others a share. Wherefore 146 2, 32 | contradict, and to punish, give pleasure, ~not as tending 147 2, 32 | contradict and to scold can give pleasure in two ~ways. First, 148 2, 32 | the result being that they give man an idea ~of his own 149 2, 32 | pleasant in ~themselves, give rise to pleasure; for the 150 2, 33 | that ~pleasure does not give him pleasure, but distaste: 151 2, 35 | reason, whose act is ~to give itself to contemplation, 152 2, 35 | the other contrary will ~give sorrow: and so there will 153 2, 37 | lasts, a man is unable to give his attention even to that 154 2, 37 | are in the ~air and do not give color to bodies. Therefore 155 2, 39 | prove: nor does Augustine give it as his own, but ~as taken 156 2, 42 | come, those things which give us pain when they are ~present." 157 2, 42 | Consequently not all things that give us pain when they are ~present, 158 2, 45 | natural ~heat is unable to give the same degree of temperature 159 2, 45 | Reply OBJ 3: Hurt does not give rise to anger unless there 160 2, 46 | from those things which give increase to anger. This ~ 161 2, 46 | All those things which give anger some kind of perfection ~ 162 2, 47 | hesitate by his remarks to give pain to another, this seems 163 2, 49 | objection: though some ~give another solution, as Simplicius 164 2, 50 | not so as to be able to give heat, ~then we have passion, 165 2, 51 | some, which He does not give to others.~Aquin.: SMT FS 166 2, 51 | cause a kind of ~health, but give new strength to the health 167 2, 52 | habit and disposition do not give species to the ~subject: 168 2, 53 | viz. the genus; but we give it the second ~place, which 169 2, 53 | destroyed through ceasing to give heat, ~if, for this same 170 2, 54 | different ends; thus to give money to anyone, if it be 171 2, 55 | Reply OBJ 1: Sometimes we give the name of a virtue to 172 2, 55 | its act: for ~instance, we give the name Faith, to that 173 2, 57 | those are simply prudent who give good counsel about all ~ 174 2, 59 | passionate but does not give ~way." The same applies 175 2, 59 | prevail on the mind to give its consent, it hinders 176 2, 60 | but one moral virtue to give all moral acts their ~respective 177 2, 60 | pertains to justice that a man give another his due. Wherefore 178 2, 61 | follow something in order to give birth to virtue: this something 179 2, 63 | the same if God wished to give a man ~miraculously virtues, 180 2, 64 | perfect chastity: and to give all to the poor is the most 181 2, 66 | virtues. ~For it is better to give of one's own than to pay 182 2, 68 | denotes the reverence which we give to our father and to our 183 2, 68 | for God. Hence it does not give its name to a ~theological 184 2, 68 | and doth afterwards give it a temper in the seven 185 2, 69 | by a virtue, so that we give where reason dictates we ~ 186 2, 69 | reason dictates we ~should give, e.g. to our friends or 187 2, 72 | owing to this that they ~give the act its species. Nevertheless, 188 2, 72 | his own to whom he should give, ~which is a sin of omission. 189 2, 72 | both robs, and omits to give ~what he ought, and in like 190 2, 72 | heat, and that it does not ~give forth cold.~Aquin.: SMT 191 2, 72 | presume on God's mercy or to give ~himself up to despair": 192 2, 73 | to whom he ought ~not to give, he commits the same kind 193 2, 73 | if he were ~to merely to give to whom he ought not, and 194 2, 73 | circumstance which does not give the ~species, may aggravate 195 2, 73 | neighbor be ~willing, or give his approval.~Aquin.: SMT 196 2, 76 | what is accidental does not give the species. Therefore nothing 197 2, 77 | is in the will's power to give or refuse its consent to ~ 198 2, 78 | or fear ~of hell, if hope give place to despair, or fear 199 2, 79 | happens that God does not give some ~the assistance, whereby 200 2, 79 | which assistance were He to ~give, they would not sin. But 201 2, 84 | e.g. steals in order to give an ~alms. Therefore the 202 2, 84 | capital vices are those which ~give rise to others, especially 203 2, 84 | covetousness" seeks in ~riches that give promise thereof. Thirdly, 204 2, 87 | belongs to Divine justice to give spiritual goods to the ~ 205 2, 88 | instance, if it were to give rise to great ~scandal or 206 2, 88 | will seems to choose to give way to ~drunkenness rather 207 2, 91 | coming it was necessary to give to the people, of whom Christ ~ 208 2, 94 | thus fire is inclined to give heat. Wherefore, since the 209 2, 94 | because ~nature did not give him clothes, but art invented 210 2, 95 | Further, it is possible to give a reason for things which 211 2, 95 | But "it is not possible to give the reason ~for all the 212 2, 97 | the tenets of former times give ~place to others, if something 213 2, 97 | or the man to whom He may give special power for that purpose.~ 214 2, 98 | So also ~did He wish to give such a law as men by their 215 2, 99 | garment in ~pledge, thou shalt give it him again before sunset"; 216 2, 100 | far as it commands man to give some time to the things 217 2, 100 | property intact, or ~to give it back to its owner. In 218 2, 100 | Ethic. ii, 3. For an act may give pleasure either on account 219 2, 100 | Be not afraid, do ~not give back." In like manner the 220 2, 102 | so loved the world, as to give His only-begotten ~Son; 221 2, 102 | worship is that ~man may give worship to God. Now man' 222 2, 102 | written (Ex. 24:12): "I will give thee two tables of ~stone, 223 2, 102 | brass so precious as to give the ~people an occasion 224 2, 102 | Law it was allowable to give a bill of divorce, which 225 2, 102 | to deliver thee, and ~to give up thy enemies to thee, 226 2, 103 | could ~justify [Vulg.: 'give life'], Christ died in vain," 227 2, 103 | would ~have been no need to give this special commandment 228 2, 105 | written (Osee 13:11): "I will give ~thee a king in My wrath"; 229 2, 105 | To the more you shall ~give a larger part, and to the 230 2, 105 | effect of love that men ~give their own goods to others: 231 2, 105 | Law was to accustom men to give of their own to others readily: 232 2, 105 | 18) commands the rich "to give easily and to ~communicate 233 2, 105 | others." Now a man does not give easily to others if he ~ 234 2, 105 | friendship and accustoms men to ~give things to one another.~Aquin.: 235 2, 105 | garment in pledge, thou shalt give it him again before ~sunset." 236 2, 105 | rather ~permits the debtor to give what he needs least. Fourthly, 237 2, 105 | because man is wont to give all his affection to those 238 2, 106 | by giving [Vulg.: 'I will give'] My laws into their mind, ~ 239 2, 106 | that Our Lord's promise to give the Holy Ghost was ~fulfilled, 240 2, 107 | put away his wife, let him give ~her a bill of divorce. 241 2, 107 | that it was superfluous to give men a New ~Law when once 242 2, 107 | instance: Thou shalt not give way ~to anger, or to lust." 243 2, 108 | that we should be ready to ~give yet more if necessary. They 244 2, 108 | carnal pleasures that he may give himself to ~prayer, he follows 245 2, 109 | a law given which could give life - then Christ died 246 2, 109 | what we know He does not give, and what is in our power ~ 247 2, 111 | its subject hot, and to give heat outwardly. And thus 248 2, 112 | 83:12): "The Lord will give grace ~and glory."~Aquin.: 249 2, 112 | that overcometh ~I will give the hidden manna . . . which 250 2, 113 | and exciting our ~mind to give up sin, and this motion 251 2, 114 | justly, what shalt thou give Him, or what shall He ~receive 252 2, 114 | is an act of justice to give a just price for anything ~ 253 2, 2 | 4: "He that is hasty to give credit, is light of ~heart," 254 2, 2 | Now the Apostle would not give this ~advice, if it would 255 2, 3 | for ~its purpose is to give outward honor to God, which 256 2, 3 | faith to others, either to give good example and ~encouragement 257 2, 3 | Our Lord said (Mt. ~7:6): "Give not that which is holy to 258 2, 5 | foretell something, and were to give a sign, by raising a ~dead 259 2, 5 | to faith that one should give the first ~place to the 260 2, 10 | Peter was sent to him to give ~him fuller instruction 261 2, 11 | word, so that, if we but give them the ~slightest pretext, 262 2, 11 | if peradventure God ~may give them repentance to know 263 2, 12 | Body Para. 2/2~But if he give up the faith, then he seems 264 2, 16 | they cannot be trusted to give help.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[17] 265 2, 18 | sell what thou hast, and give to the poor." Therefore ~ 266 2, 19 | different causes do not give rise to one same effect. 267 2, 20 | sins of the flesh, which give the most ~absorbing pleasure.~ 268 2, 21 | it would be ~useless to give him the Law: but, just as 269 2, 22 | according to Ps. 105:1: "Give glory to the Lord ~for He 270 2, 22 | order to the end, must needs give the act its ~form. Now it 271 2, 23 | makes an earnest endeavor to give his time to God and Divine 272 2, 24 | which is God; whereas we give ~various honors to various 273 2, 24 | and ~likewise to God we give the singular honor of latria 274 2, 24 | If thy enemy be hungry, give him to ~eat; if he thirst, 275 2, 24 | him to ~eat; if he thirst, give him . . . drink." Outside 276 2, 24 | Therefore we are unable to give them the friendship ~of 277 2, 24 | wish them to endure, to give glory to God and ~be useful 278 2, 25 | whereof, a ~man ought not to give way to any evil of sin, 279 2, 25 | it is more difficult to give than to receive ~favors: 280 2, 26 | medicine, for he does not give as much medicine as he can, 281 2, 26 | health demands so that if he give too much or too little, ~ 282 2, 27 | running over shall they give ~into your bosom." Yet, 283 2, 28 | there is concord, if we give peace its proper meaning.~ 284 2, 28 | those who are in bad health give way to sorrow more ~easily, 285 2, 28 | safeguarded, whether we give to the needy or forgive 286 2, 29 | Job 35:7: "What shalt thou give Him? or what shall He receive 287 2, 29 | friendship, if, through love, he give his ~friend something he 288 2, 29 | written (Ecclus. 12:5) "Give to the good, and ~receive 289 2, 29 | kindness we are not bound to give the ~preference to those 290 2, 29 | benefits received, we should give the first place to our ~ 291 2, 30 | ill-gotten goods?~(8) Who can give alms?~(9) To whom should 292 2, 30 | alms?~(9) To whom should we give alms?~(10) How should alms 293 2, 30 | charity. Now it is possible to give ~alms without having charity, 294 2, 30 | says (Ethic. iv, l) that to give for a ~good purpose is an 295 2, 30 | without charity, but to give ~alms formally, i.e. for 296 2, 30 | to ~feed the hungry, to give drink to the thirsty, to 297 2, 30 | respect of this we have "to give drink to the ~thirsty." 298 2, 30 | captive." After this life we give "burial to the dead."~Aquin.: 299 2, 30 | is more praiseworthy to give an alms to one who is ~in 300 2, 30 | Monte i, 20) on the ~words, "Give to him that asketh of thee" ( 301 2, 30 | Mt. 5:42): "You should give so ~as to injure neither 302 2, 30 | at times indeed you will give what is better than what 303 2, 30 | according to ~Prov. 4:2: "I will give you a good gift, forsake 304 2, 30 | Reply OBJ 1: It is better to give to one who is in greater 305 2, 30 | things, it is better to give to him: and it is thus in 306 2, 30 | Therefore one ought not ~to give alms in order to receive 307 2, 30 | by keeping it he will not give alms. Therefore it is lawful 308 2, 30 | Therefore it is lawful not ~to give alms: and consequently almsgiving 309 2, 30 | eternally for omitting to ~give alms, as is clear from Mt. 310 2, 30 | be noted that he should give of his surplus, ~according 311 2, 30 | That which remaineth, give alms." This surplus ~is 312 2, 30 | Accordingly we are bound to give alms of our surplus, as 313 2, 30 | our surplus, as also to ~give alms to one whose need is 314 2, 30 | sin mortally if we omit to give ~alms; on the part of the 315 2, 30 | 1/1~Whether one ought to give alms out of what one needs?~ 316 2, 30 | seem that one ought not to give alms out of what one ~needs. 317 2, 30 | Therefore we should ~not give alms out of what we need.~ 318 2, 30 | sell what thou hast, and give to the poor." Now he that 319 2, 30 | needs. Therefore a man may give alms out of what he needs.~ 320 2, 30 | it is altogether wrong to give alms out ~of what is necessary 321 2, 30 | of others if he were to give away in ~alms, what was 322 2, 30 | Accordingly it is good to give alms of ~this kind of "necessary"; 323 2, 30 | one's own, in ~order to give to others to such an extent 324 2, 30 | Para. 1/1~Whether one may give alms out of ill-gotten goods?~ 325 2, 30 | would seem that one may give alms out of ill-gotten goods. 326 2, 30 | whom we ~ought rather to give." And most of all are the 327 2, 30 | such gains it is lawful to give alms. Therefore one may 328 2, 30 | alms. Therefore one may give alms out of ~ill-gotten 329 2, 30 | certain cases, it is lawful to give alms of ill-gotten ~goods.~ 330 2, 30 | De Verb. Dom. xxxv, 2): "Give alms from ~your just labors. 331 2, 30 | poor whom you rob . . . Give not alms from interest and ~ 332 2, 30 | such things a man ~may not give alms since he is bound to 333 2, 30 | is lawful to keep and to give in alms what is thus ~acquired 334 2, 30 | another's property ~and give thereof to the poor, thinking 335 2, 30 | things. It is also lawful to give alms out of the profits 336 2, 30 | and consequently cannot give away his ~gains in alms. 337 2, 30 | in this case he ought to give ~it away in alms.~Aquin.: 338 2, 30 | no one who is willing to give ~him something. For the 339 2, 30 | belongs to ~another, and give alms thereof; or even take 340 2, 30 | under another's power can give alms?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[32] 341 2, 30 | under another's power can give ~alms. For religious are 342 2, 30 | were unlawful for them to give alms, they ~would lose by 343 2, 30 | way of doing this is to give alms. Therefore those who 344 2, 30 | in ~another's power can give alms.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[32] 345 2, 30 | 3:16). But a ~wife can give alms since she is her husband' 346 2, 30 | apparently, children may give alms out of ~their parents' 347 2, 30 | under another's power can give alms.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[32] 348 2, 30 | under another's power can give alms.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[32] 349 2, 30 | property; and ~each one should give alms out of the just profit 350 2, 30 | subject to ~anyone were to give alms, this would be out 351 2, 30 | under another's power cannot give alms.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[32] 352 2, 30 | another's power must not give alms of ~anything in respect 353 2, 30 | particular thing, and he can give alms therefrom.~Aquin.: 354 2, 30 | by his ~superior, he can give alms from the property of 355 2, 30 | nothing of his own, he cannot give alms ~without his abbot' 356 2, 30 | commit a theft in order to give an alms. Nor does it ~follow 357 2, 30 | it is a good thing to give one's property to the poor 358 2, 30 | but it is better still to give all at once in order to 359 2, 30 | other lawful means, can give alms, ~out of that property, 360 2, 30 | Otherwise she ought not to give alms without the express 361 2, 30 | husband, wherefore she ~could give alms with her mother's consent.~ 362 2, 30 | wherefore the child cannot give alms, except in such small 363 2, 30 | 1/1~Whether one ought to give alms to those rather who 364 2, 30 | seem that one ought not to give alms to those rather who ~ 365 2, 30 | written (Ecclus. 12:4,6): "Give ~to the merciful and uphold 366 2, 30 | good to the humble and ~give not to the ungodly." Now 367 2, 30 | Therefore we ought not to ~give alms to them in preference 368 2, 30 | himself. But a man cannot ~give himself an alms. Therefore 369 2, 30 | that we are not bound to give ~alms to those who are most 370 2, 30 | utility. For we ought to give alms to one who is much 371 2, 30 | abundance. For we ~ought to give alms to those chiefly who 372 2, 30 | us. But we ought not to give to them in such a way that 373 2, 30 | Therefore ~neither should we give abundantly to others.~Aquin.: 374 2, 30 | out by degrees." But ~to give abundantly is to give lavishly. 375 2, 30 | to give abundantly is to give lavishly. Therefore alms 376 2, 30 | Therefore we ought not to give alms abundantly.~Aquin.: 377 2, 30 | 93): "If thou have much, give ~abundantly."~Aquin.: SMT 378 2, 30 | compared with his means. To give thus is ~praiseworthy, wherefore 379 2, 30 | sense it is ~praiseworthy to give alms: secondly, by relieving 380 2, 30 | and it would be better to give to ~several that are in 381 2, 30 | careful in giving alms, and to give, ~not to one only, but to 382 2, 30 | recipient, to whom one should give alms not that he may have ~ 383 2, 30 | Officiis i, 30): "When you give an alms ~to a man, you should 384 2, 30 | because it would be better to give in ~abundance, but because 385 2, 30 | he admonishes them so ~to give that they lack not for themselves."~ 386 2, 31 | has the means wherewith to give corporal ~assistance is 387 2, 32 | best. Now the best thing we give our ~neighbor is love, since 388 2, 33 | because if we did ~they would give us sorrow.~Aquin.: SMT SS 389 2, 33 | passes to other things that ~give him pleasure: thus those 390 2, 36 | conducted so inordinately, as to give scandal to others. Hence 391 2, 38 | my dearly beloved, but give place unto wrath." Therefore 392 2, 38 | aside their arms, and to give up soldiering ~altogether. 393 2, 38 | of ~Christians, God will give him a heavenly reward." 394 2, 38 | according to Mt. 7:6: ~"Give not that which is holy, 395 2, 38 | instituted that we may give our time to the things of 396 2, 39 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: Strifes give rise to hatred and discord 397 2, 41 | scandalized?~(6) Whether they can give scandal?~(7) Whether spiritual 398 2, 41 | and yet this would be to give scandal. Therefore scandal 399 2, 41 | not so grave a ~sin as to give others sufficient ground 400 2, 41 | which being hidden cannot give scandal. If, however, they ~ 401 2, 41 | insufficient in themselves to give scandal.~Aquin.: SMT SS 402 2, 41 | according to Mt. 7:6: ~"Give not that which is holy to 403 2, 41 | stipend lest he "should give ~any hindrance to the Gospel 404 2, 41 | Monte i, 20): "Thou shouldst give so as ~to injure neither 405 2, 41 | to him, indeed thou ~wilt give him something better than 406 2, 41 | common good, since it would give wicked men an ~opportunity 407 2, 42 | something else that he should give a medicine in order to heal. 408 2, 42 | that a man should ~not give way to his neighbor in evil, 409 2, 42 | according to Jer. 31:33: "I will give My Law in ~their heart [* 410 2, 49 | those who rob that they may ~give alms. Therefore {euboulia} ( 411 2, 49 | when it would be wrong to give him back his ~deposit, or 412 2, 50 | great, to pardon, and to give."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[52] A[ 413 2, 51 | takes counsel must needs give thought to many ~things. 414 2, 53 | according to Prov. 1:4, "To give craftiness [Douay: 'subtlety'] ~ 415 2, 56 | belongs to the sovereign to give each one his right. ~Therefore, 416 2, 56 | in succoring the needy we give them what is ~not theirs 417 2, 56 | pertains to ~liberality to give to another of one's own, 418 2, 56 | belongs to liberality to give of one's own, and this ~ 419 2, 58 | the written law does not give force to the natural ~right, 420 2, 60 | restore, even as one may give, that which is not due. 421 2, 60 | what he is not bound ~to give. Now a judge justly deprives 422 2, 60 | the half of my ~goods I give to the poor."~Aquin.: SMT 423 2, 60 | Reply OBJ 2: A person may give a thing unlawfully in two 424 2, 61 | not the fact that what you give him is ~proportionate or 425 2, 61 | of the person, since you ~give him something not for some 426 2, 61 | justice, and ~occurs when we give a man his due: in such like 427 2, 61 | may, without ~injustice, give of his own as much as he 428 2, 61 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, to give preference to a rich man 429 2, 61 | the owner, ~with power to give them away as he will, but 430 2, 61 | persons he can lawfully give preference to his kindred 431 2, 61 | an example ~from him and give the goods of the Church 432 2, 64 | rich of this world . . . to give easily, to communicate to ~ 433 2, 64 | the finder is ~bound to give half to the owner of the 434 2, 65 | every judge is bound to give each man his right. ~Secondly, 435 2, 66 | does not bind himself to give proofs: ~wherefore he is 436 2, 67 | Josue to ~Achan, "My son, give glory to the Lord God of 437 2, 68 | Whether a man is bound to give evidence?~(2) Whether the 438 2, 68 | Whether a man is bound to give evidence?~Aquin.: SMT SS 439 2, 68 | that a man is not bound to give evidence. Augustine ~say ( 440 2, 68 | Therefore a man is not bound to give ~evidence.~Aquin.: SMT SS 441 2, 68 | man is not always bound to give evidence, especially on ~ 442 2, 68 | priests ~are forbidden to give evidence when a man is on 443 2, 68 | necessary for salvation to give evidence.~Aquin.: SMT SS 444 2, 68 | without doubt he is bound to give evidence on those points 445 2, 68 | however he is ~required to give evidence on other points, 446 2, 68 | preceded, he is not bound to give ~evidence. On the other 447 2, 68 | such cases he is bound to give evidence. Even if his evidence 448 2, 68 | condemnation, ~one is not bound to give evidence, except when one 449 2, 68 | A man should by no means give evidence on matters secretly ~ 450 2, 68 | they cannot be compelled to give ~evidence when a man is 451 2, 68 | justice, wherefore those ~who give evidence against them should 452 2, 68 | goodness that he should give true evidence. Since therefore 453 2, 68 | necessary for salvation to give ~true evidence, as stated 454 2, 68 | might easily be induced to give evidence against the truth.~ 455 2, 68 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: To give evidence is necessary for 456 2, 68 | is always a mortal sin to give false evidence?~Aquin.: 457 2, 68 | not always a mortal sin to give false ~evidence. For a person 458 2, 68 | For a person may happen to give false evidence, through ~ 459 2, 68 | it is not a mortal sin to give false evidence.~Aquin.: 460 2, 68 | already a mortal sin to give false evidence. ~Therefore 461 2, 69 | Yet he that is able to give food is not always bound ~ 462 2, 69 | it ill becomes a fool to ~give counsel, or the ignorant 463 2, 69 | party. But he can and must give up the case, or induce his 464 2, 69 | or induce his client to give ~way, or make some compromise 465 2, 69 | consent to plead, or to give advice in other people's 466 2, 69 | mercy. But when a man does give a ~thing out of mercy, he 467 2, 69 | is not ~always bound to give his services gratuitously.~ 468 2, 69 | verdict, and the witness to give ~true evidence. Now justice 469 2, 70 | Ecclus. 20:15): "He will give a few things and upbraid 470 2, 70 | and yet ~these sometimes give utterance to railing or 471 2, 70 | it were a mortal sin to give utterance to railing or ~ 472 2, 70 | properly and ~essentially to give utterance to railing or 473 2, 70 | intends by such a ~word to give but little pain.~Aquin.: 474 2, 70 | to be silent, in order to give place to anger. Hence it 475 2, 71 | since a lesser vice ~can give rise to a greater sin, just 476 2, 75 | selling, it is ~lawful to give a thing in return for more 477 2, 75 | buyers knew this they would give a lower ~price. But apparently 478 2, 75 | apparently the seller need not give the buyer this ~information. 479 2, 75 | It is always unlawful to give anyone an occasion of ~danger 480 2, 75 | although a man need not always give another the help or ~counsel 481 2, 76 | who gives usury does not give it voluntarily simply, but ~ 482 2, 76 | temporal advantage ought one to give another an ~occasion of 483 2, 77 | omission, if one fail to give one's parents due reverence, 484 2, 79 | contemplate, but to those who give up their whole lives to ~ 485 2, 79 | religion is directed, is to give due honor to God. Again, 486 2, 80 | nothing else but the will to give oneself readily to things 487 2, 80 | charity that man should give ~himself to God, adhering 488 2, 80 | religion, that man should give himself to God ~for certain 489 2, 81 | Further, it is more liberal to give to one that asks not, than 490 2, 81 | eternity has disposed to give," as Gregory says (Dial. 491 2, 81 | Ps. 83:12, "The Lord will give grace and glory." But in 492 2, 81 | useless to ~ask a person to give you what he invites you 493 2, 81 | is written (Prov. 30:8): "Give me only the ~necessaries 494 2, 81 | for others; thus we say: ~"Give us this day our daily bread," 495 2, 81 | anything in My name He will give it you," says (Tract. cii): ~" 496 2, 81 | not say simply 'He will give it,' but 'He will give it ~ 497 2, 81 | will give it,' but 'He will give it ~you. '" Therefore it 498 2, 81 | and ~not 'My Father,' 'Give us' and not 'Give me,' because 499 2, 81 | Father,' 'Give us' and not 'Give me,' because the Master 500 2, 81 | in this respect we say: "Give us this day our daily bread," ~


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