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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 3 | Ps. 33:16); and "The ~right hand of the Lord hath wrought 2 1, 12 | clear, receiving, if it is right to say so, the whole ~beauty 3 1, 12 | three angles equal to two right angles, ~he comprehends 4 1, 13 | Likewise for instance, "on the right" is not applied to a column, 5 1, 13 | regards an animal on the right side; which relation is 6 1, 13 | creature; as a column is on the right of an animal, without ~change 7 1, 16 | mind alone"; for ~that is right which is in accordance with 8 1, 17 | the ~intellect is always right. Therefore there is no falsity 9 1, 17 | The intellect is always right as regards first principles; ~ 10 1, 19 | some contingently, to the right ordering ~of things, for 11 1, 19 | which is the privation of right order towards the ~divine 12 1, 19 | Nom. iv, 22). It is not ~right therefore to assign one 13 1, 21 | with ~which His will is right and just. Hence, what He 14 1, 22 | things towards an end, the right ~reason of which He possesses, 15 1, 22 | 10,11): "Prudence is the right reason of things contingent ~ 16 1, 25 | ought to be done and what is right ~to be done. But God is 17 1, 25 | what He does not; nor is it right ~that He should do what 18 1, 30 | which respect the Master was right (Sent. i, D, 24). So when 19 1, 32 | It was necessary for the right idea of ~creation. The fact 20 1, 32 | erroneous. Therefore it is not right to have contrary opinions 21 1, 36 | then it might be equally right to say that the Father is 22 1, 39 | OBJ 1: It would seem not right to say that the three persons 23 1, 48 | a thing not only out of right order, but also as ~injurious 24 1, 62 | but as the principle of right ~operation. Therefore it 25 1, 63 | then the engraving may be right or faulty. Now the Divine ~ 26 1, 63 | judgment, but retains ~a right opinion in this respect. 27 1, 63 | like unto God even in the right way, as of his own, and 28 1, 73 | the second meaning, it is right that the ~seventh day should 29 1, 74 | and for this reason it was right that the seventh ~day should 30 1, 76 | as a motor, it would be right to say that some other ~ 31 1, 39 | OBJ 1: It would seem not right to say that the three persons 32 1, 49 | a thing not only out of right order, but also as ~injurious 33 1, 63 | but as the principle of right ~operation. Therefore it 34 1, 64 | then the engraving may be right or faulty. Now the Divine ~ 35 1, 64 | judgment, but retains ~a right opinion in this respect. 36 1, 64 | like unto God even in the right way, as of his own, and 37 1, 72 | the second meaning, it is right that the ~seventh day should 38 1, 73 | and for this reason it was right that the seventh ~day should 39 1, 75 | as a motor, it would be right to say that some other ~ 40 1, 80 | slaves, who have not the right to resist in any way the 41 1, 81 | triangle to be ~equal to two right angles. And this is "natural" 42 1, 90 | Eccles. 7:30): "God made man right." ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[91] 43 1, 91 | sin. Therefore it was not right for a rib to be taken ~from 44 1, 91 | 1~I answer that, It was right for the woman to be made 45 1, 91 | from his head; ~nor was it right for her to be subject to 46 1, 93 | Eccles. 7:30): "God made man right." And man was made right 47 1, 93 | right." And man was made right by God in ~this sense, that 48 1, 94 | Eccles. 7:30, "God made man right." For this rectitude ~consisted 49 1, 95 | thereby ~exercises a natural right. Secondly, this is proved 50 1, 98 | Scripture that "God made man right" ~(Eccles. 7:30), which 51 1, 100 | universal ~principles of right; and this knowledge of theirs 52 1, 101 | earth. Now the east is the right hand on the heavens, as 53 1, 101 | De Coel. ii, 2); and the right hand is nobler than the 54 1, 107 | i.e. Christ, "on His ~right hand in the heavenly places 55 1, 111 | of some act; and it is ~right that the "Prince," according 56 1, 112 | that he ~may do what is right. Hence that men perish is 57 1, 112 | well, for they have not a right intention: for "faith directs 58 1, 112 | this latter respect it was right that He should have ~not 59 1, 112 | But if one side is in the right the other side is in the 60 1, 113 | different end and by a different right. The ~former do it for their 61 2, 4 | precisely what makes the will right. Wherefore it is evident 62 2, 4 | Happiness cannot be without a right will.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[4] 63 2, 4 | happiness. And consequently right inclination of the will 64 2, 4 | as the arrow must take a right course in ~order to strike 65 2, 5 | is nothing else than the right order of ~the will to the 66 2, 5 | obtaining the ~end, just as the right disposition of matter, in 67 2, 5 | could make a will having a right tendency to the end, ~and 68 2, 7 | seen in the expressions "right" and "left," "equal" and ~" 69 2, 9 | we sin and ~whereby we do right," as Augustine says (Retract. 70 2, 13 | post. Else, if ~he had no right to act in the appointment 71 2, 13 | official, he ~would have no right to choose. Likewise, whenever 72 2, 17 | of generation, and the right or wrong use thereof.~Aquin.: 73 2, 18 | commander in chief; while the right ordering of this or that 74 2, 18 | all that is ~repugnant to right reason. And in this sense 75 2, 19 | that is in conformity with right ~desire." But right desire 76 2, 19 | with right ~desire." But right desire is a good will. Therefore 77 2, 19 | on the part of ~reason a right apprehension of the end.~ 78 2, 19 | its goodness depends, ~is right reason. Therefore the goodness 79 2, 19 | one who does not follow ~right reason; but accidentally, 80 2, 19 | variance with reason, whether right or erring, is always evil.~ 81 2, 19 | he wish to give her her right when ~she asks for it, his 82 2, 19 | human reason, is not always right, ~nor is it always in accord 83 2, 19 | But a man's will is not right in willing a particular 84 2, 19 | particular good with a right will, he must will that 85 2, 20 | virtues are necessary. But right ~reason in regard to the 86 2, 21 | Whether a human action is right or sinful by reason of its 87 2, 21 | Whether a human action is right or sinful, in so far as 88 2, 21 | that a human action is not right or sinful, in so far as ~ 89 2, 21 | sin, as also is good than ~right. For every privation of 90 2, 21 | the action is said to be right: since the mean does not ~ 91 2, 21 | Law, then that action is right: but when it turns aside 92 2, 21 | follows that a human action is right or sinful by reason of its 93 2, 21 | this same intention may be right or sinful.~Aquin.: SMT FS 94 2, 21 | of the will: that it is right or ~sinful, according as 95 2, 24 | all these ~emotions are right in those whose love is rightly 96 2, 24 | bestowed without violating ~right, as when the poor are relieved, 97 2, 24 | good does not depend on the right ~ordering of passions or 98 2, 26 | further on he adds that "a right will is ~well-directed love, 99 2, 33 | are together equal to two right angles." In the first sense, ~ 100 2, 34 | Thy countenance; at Thy right ~hand are delights even 101 2, 35 | Therefore it is natural and right ~for sorrow to be shunned 102 2, 37 | movement goes beyond the right measure, it will be repugnant 103 2, 39 | evil is ~sometimes due to a right judgment of reason; while 104 2, 39 | for an evil arises from a right will and ~reason, which 105 2, 39 | reasons for which it may be right to avoid a thing. ~First, 106 2, 39 | concerning good and evil; and the right order of the will ~in approving 107 2, 42 | done wrong cannot be put right . . . or ~for which there 108 2, 44 | Consequently owing to the want of right judgment, every passion, ~ 109 2, 55 | puts ~those outward things right which come into human use, 110 2, 56 | reason since it is "the right reason ~of things to be 111 2, 56 | virtue works according to right reason. But moral ~virtue 112 2, 56 | aptness to act, but also the right use of that aptness: ~for 113 2, 56 | For since ~prudence is the right reason of things to be done, 114 2, 56 | of science, ~which is the right reason of speculative truths, 115 2, 56 | intellect in its relation to the right will.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[56] 116 2, 56 | concupiscible powers have a ~right intention of the end in 117 2, 57 | aptness, it confers the right ~use of it. The latter condition, 118 2, 57 | though they conferred the right use of a power or habit. 119 2, 57 | or justice, ~confers the right use of these speculative 120 2, 57 | is nothing else but "the right reason about certain ~works 121 2, 57 | from art. ~For art is the right reason about certain works. 122 2, 57 | therefore prudence is also right ~reason about works, it 123 2, 57 | difference is that art is the "right reason of ~things to be 124 2, 57 | whereas prudence is the "right reason of things to be ~ 125 2, 57 | requisite for prudence, which is right reason about things to be 126 2, 57 | virtue. But prudence is ~right reason about human acts 127 2, 57 | made, of which it is the ~right reason, so is prudence to 128 2, 57 | life: for prudence is the right reason about these ~things, 129 2, 57 | wit, that ~he do it from right choice and not merely from 130 2, 57 | of the art, since art is right reason about things to ~ 131 2, 57 | perfection: for prudence is right reason ~about things to 132 2, 57 | depends on conformity with right appetite. This ~conformity 133 2, 58 | that virtue is the art ~of right conduct." But art is an 134 2, 58 | would appoint it." Now this right reason that fixes the mean 135 2, 58 | rules his ~slave, who has no right to rebel. Accordingly some 136 2, 58 | are free, having a certain right of opposition. Hence Augustine 137 2, 58 | sometimes we understand [what is right] while ~desire is slow, 138 2, 58 | term "art" to any form of ~right reason; in which sense art 139 2, 58 | includes prudence which is the right ~reason about things to 140 2, 58 | done, even as art is the right reason about ~things to 141 2, 58 | that "virtue is the art of ~right conduct," this applies to 142 2, 58 | 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Right reason which is in accord 143 2, 58 | moral virtues: for it is right reason about things to be 144 2, 58 | matters, presupposes ~a right appetite of the end, so 145 2, 58 | matters. ~Consequently just as right reason in speculative matters, 146 2, 58 | does prudence, which is the right reason ~about things to 147 2, 58 | unless it be ~accompanied by right reason, which rectifies 148 2, 58 | although moral virtue be not right reason, as Socrates ~held, 149 2, 58 | only is it "according to right reason," in so far as it ~ 150 2, 58 | that which is, according to right reason, as the ~Platonists 151 2, 58 | needs to be ~"joined with right reason," as Aristotle declares ( 152 2, 58 | is that prudence is the right ~reason about things to 153 2, 58 | things actions are. Now right reason demands ~principles 154 2, 58 | iii, 5). ~Consequently the right reason about things to be 155 2, 59 | bestowed without violating right, as when the poor are relieved, 156 2, 59 | 2: Further, virtue is a right affection of the soul, as 157 2, 60 | individual: ~wherefore common right differs from private right; 158 2, 60 | right differs from private right; and Tully (De Inv. ii) ~ 159 2, 61 | practical reason, and by a ~right appetite, as stated in Ethic. 160 2, 61 | operations as something right and due, is found chiefly 161 2, 61 | that causes the good ~of right and due in operation, be 162 2, 61 | involves the ~notion of right and due; and this, we have 163 2, 64 | reason, i.e. "where" it is right, "when" it is right, and 164 2, 64 | it is right, "when" it is right, and for an ~"end" that 165 2, 64 | and for an ~"end" that is right. There will be excess, if 166 2, 64 | maximum ~"when" it is not right, or "where" it is not right, 167 2, 64 | right, or "where" it is not right, or for an undue ~"end"; 168 2, 64 | quantity, but the mean in the right mode of his action."~Aquin.: 169 2, 64 | from all wealth, for a right end, and in a right manner, 170 2, 64 | for a right end, and in a right manner, i.e. according ~ 171 2, 64 | through conformity with right reason.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 172 2, 64 | external things, wherein the right has to be ~established simply 173 2, 64 | interior passions wherein the ~right cannot be established in 174 2, 64 | true in conformity with a right appetite.~Aquin.: SMT FS 175 2, 65 | others. ~Now prudence is right reason about things to be 176 2, 65 | moral ~virtue to make a right choice, for it is an elective 177 2, 65 | is an elective habit. Now right ~choice requires not only 178 2, 65 | virtues: ~since prudence is "right reason about things to be 179 2, 65 | that, though reason ~may be right in one part of the matter, 180 2, 65 | no way ~can it be called right reason, if it be deficient 181 2, 65 | as in speculative matters right ~reason has greatest need 182 2, 65 | perfects the will: since every right ~movement of the will proceeds 183 2, 65 | the will proceeds from a right love, as Augustine says ( 184 2, 66 | virtue which is defined by right reason; and this, on ~account 185 2, 66 | should reach the mean of right reason as though it were ~ 186 2, 66 | proportionately ~defined according to right reason in each matter of 187 2, 66 | 12, "moral virtue gives right intention of the end; whereas ~ 188 2, 66 | whereas ~prudence gives right choice of the means." Therefore 189 2, 66 | appointed according to the right ruling of prudence, as stated 190 2, 66 | text. 17. Now prudence is "right ~reason about things to 191 2, 68 | shall lead me into the right land," because, to wit, 192 2, 68 | be made, since art is the right reason, not ~about things 193 2, 68 | nimbly, deviate from the right path; or counsel, while 194 2, 68 | while it swerves from the right line, may ~become distorted; 195 2, 72 | hastily" means sooner than is right; "too ~much," more than 196 2, 72 | too ~much," more than is right, and so on with the others. 197 2, 73 | connected together in the right reason of things to be done, ~ 198 2, 73 | man ought to be united by right ~reason.~Aquin.: SMT FS 199 2, 76 | universal ~principles of right, and each individual is 200 2, 77 | In this he was somewhat right, because, since the object 201 2, 77 | Consequently he was not altogether right, and it is necessary, with ~ 202 2, 77 | since man ~is directed to right action by a twofold knowledge, 203 2, 77 | that which is good and right in itself is not the proper 204 2, 77 | love of self is a good and right thing in itself: wherefore 205 2, 77 | fitting good ~for himself, is right and natural; but it is inordinate 206 2, 79 | those things which are not right [Douay: 'convenient']," 207 2, 79 | consists in doing what is not right, and in having a will inclined 208 2, 79 | so as to do what was not right. ~Accordingly He is said 209 2, 84 | virtuous good, i.e. of the right to vengeance.~Aquin.: SMT 210 2, 85 | fitting time. Because it is right that we should first of ~ 211 2, 91 | law is that by which it is right that all ~things should 212 2, 91 | certainty of what is true and right; "giving wisdom to little 213 2, 93 | is that by which it is right that all things should be 214 2, 93 | according to which it is right that all things should be 215 2, 93 | so far as they partake of right ~reason, are derived from 216 2, 93 | so far as it partakes of ~right reason; and it is clear 217 2, 94 | are together equal to two right angles, although it is not 218 2, 94 | known by all. Thus it is right and true for all to act 219 2, 94 | fail, so that it be not right to restore or not to restore.~ 220 2, 94 | Wherefore it is universally right for all ~men, that all their 221 2, 94 | what it prescribes be not right in most cases. But it may 222 2, 94 | is ~commanded by God is right; but also in natural things, 223 2, 95 | men competent to frame right laws, than to find the many 224 2, 95 | easier for man to see what is right, by taking many instances ~ 225 2, 95 | to be ~just, from being right, according to the rule of 226 2, 96 | justice ~is to do what is right, and an act of fortitude 227 2, 96 | man should even yield his right, ~according to Mt. 5:40, 228 2, 96 | law. ~Therefore it is not right for one who is under the 229 2, 96 | Therefore they have no right to interpret the intention 230 2, 97 | essence of law to be just and right, as ~stated above (Q[95], 231 2, 97 | A[2]). But that which is right once is right always. ~Therefore 232 2, 97 | that which is right once is right always. ~Therefore that 233 2, 97 | of the common weal, it is right to enact a law allowing ~ 234 2, 97 | and ~criminals; then the right of appointing their public 235 2, 97 | OBJ 3: In corporal things, right is predicated absolutely: 236 2, 97 | concerned, always remains right. But right ~is predicated 237 2, 97 | always remains right. But right ~is predicated of law with 238 2, 98 | fact that it accords with right ~reason, so is a law proved 239 2, 99 | but also those to which right reason can attain, ~such 240 2, 100 | done in accordance with right; but not that they ~be done 241 2, 100 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is right to distinguish other moral 242 2, 100 | decalogue. Therefore it was right for the Law to include other 243 2, 102 | the breastbone and the right shoulder.~Aquin.: SMT FS 244 2, 102 | in order to signify the right ordering ~of man's mind 245 2, 102 | suitable for the aforesaid right ordering of man's ~mind 246 2, 102 | order to form them to a right way of living. For they 247 2, 102 | the breast-bone and the right shoulder were ~allotted 248 2, 102 | this was signified by the right ~shoulder.~Aquin.: SMT FS 249 2, 102 | spiritual ~goods, belongs to the right hand, while temporal nourishment 250 2, 102 | and on the thumb of his right hand, and the great ~toe 251 2, 102 | and the great ~toe of his right foot"; because it is in 252 2, 102 | thoughts. The tip of the right ear of ~the man to be cleansed 253 2, 102 | the thumb and toe of ~his right hand and foot are moistened 254 2, 102 | sacrifices. The tip of their right ear and the ~thumb of their 255 2, 102 | and the ~thumb of their right hand, and the great toe 256 2, 102 | and the great toe of their right foot were ~tinged with the 257 2, 102 | denoted by touching their right ear); and that they should 258 2, 102 | by the moistening ~of the right foot and hand). They themselves 259 2, 102 | one roll of bread, and the right shoulder were placed on 260 2, 105 | 11): "This will ~be the right of the king, that shall 261 2, 105 | a people depends on the right ~establishment of its rulers. 262 2, 105 | Therefore the Law made right provision for ~the people 263 2, 105 | observed concerning the right ~ordering of rulers in a 264 2, 105 | and the people have the right ~to choose their rulers.~ 265 2, 105 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: That right was not given to the king 266 2, 105 | that kings would usurp that right, by framing ~unjust laws, 267 2, 105 | animals; wherefore he had no right to any profit, by receiving ~ 268 2, 105 | citizenship, for ~instance, the right of debating or voting in 269 2, 105 | slave gives the former the right to sell his servant or maidservant. ~ 270 2, 105 | over the sinner has the right to punish him for his offenses. 271 2, 105 | teach them the rules of right ~conduct: wherefore it is 272 2, 108 | essential for the reception ~or right use of grace. And since 273 2, 108 | A[2] Body Para. 2/3~The right use of grace is by means 274 2, 108 | way of permission, to be right in themselves: namely, ~ 275 2, 109 | are helped by Him to do right: and, first, ~we must consider 276 2, 109 | in me, O God, and renew a right spirit within my ~bowels." 277 2, 111 | faith." Hence it ~is not right to place faith amongst the 278 2, 113 | inasmuch as it implies a right ~order in man's act, and 279 2, 114 | a father's or a master's right (Ethic. v, ~6), as the Philosopher 280 2, 114 | where there is no ~simple right, but only relative, there 281 2, 114 | His own, inasmuch as it is right that His ~will should be 282 2, 114 | the inheritance is due by ~right of adoption, according to 283 2, 114 | sometimes, men have not a right intention in them.~Aquin.: 284 2, 114 | yet their will was not right, inasmuch as they ~framed 285 2, 1 | symbol;~(10) Who has the right to propose a symbol of faith?~ 286 2, 1 | things as are becoming to a right faith, and ~not to assent 287 2, 2 | thee on one [Vulg.: 'thy right'] ~cheek, turn to him also 288 2, 4 | the ~intellect possesses right faith about Him.~Aquin.: 289 2, 5 | of the Church who has the right ~understanding of them. 290 2, 8 | supernatural truth, to which the right will needs to tend.~Aquin.: 291 2, 8 | Ghost so far as to have a right estimate ~of the end, it 292 2, 8 | Para. 2/2 ~Now to have a right estimate about the last 293 2, 8 | moral matters a ~man has a right estimate about the end through 294 2, 8 | far perfected as to have a right estimate ~about the end.~ 295 2, 8 | the mind with regard to a ~right estimate about the last 296 2, 8 | knowledge, which gives man a right judgment about ~particular 297 2, 9 | he should have a sure and right judgment ~on them, so as 298 2, 9 | just . . . through ~the right ways . . . and gave him 299 2, 9 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, Right judgment about creatures 300 2, 9 | good. It is by forming a right judgment of ~creatures that 301 2, 9 | consolation, since, by his right judgment, man directs ~creatures 302 2, 9 | consist somewhat in the right use of creatures, and in 303 2, 10 | not depart from a true and right judgment" as the gloss observes [* 304 2, 10 | save what comes from a right intention. Therefore, among 305 2, 10 | slaying of men. For it is not right to slay heretics, ~because 306 2, 10 | because she has not the right ~to exercise spiritual judgment 307 2, 10 | Para. 3/5~Nevertheless this right of dominion or authority 308 2, 10 | matters, although she has the ~right to do so: and this, in order 309 2, 10 | marriage is stronger than the right of parental authority over 310 2, 10 | over children, ~since the right of parental authority can 311 2, 10 | does unbelief abrogate the right of ~unbelieving parents' 312 2, 12 | princes were to lose their right to command those of their ~ 313 2, 12 | unbelievers is of Divine right, which does not annul human 314 2, 12 | which does not annul human right. ~Nevertheless a man who 315 2, 12 | sentenced to the loss of ~his right of dominion, as also, sometimes, 316 2, 16 | mean of virtue depends on right reason ~being attained, 317 2, 19 | that a man, while having a right opinion in the universal, ~ 318 2, 19 | that a man, ~while having right faith, in the universal, 319 2, 20 | hope, because even the ~right hope which we have in God 320 2, 20 | inordinate fear is opposed to right fear. Now presumption ~seems 321 2, 21 | are those which relate to right conduct and are ~imposed 322 2, 22 | as being "in accord with ~right reason," as stated in Ethic. 323 2, 22 | strictly true science, ~if a right estimate of the first indemonstrable 324 2, 23 | perfection. Therefore it is not ~right to put only one.~Aquin.: 325 2, 30 | far as it is demanded by right reason. Now right ~reason 326 2, 30 | demanded by right reason. Now right ~reason demands that we 327 2, 31 | his reason is gifted with right judgment. ~Now sin, as stated 328 2, 31 | the sinner's reason of all right judgment, and ~in this respect 329 2, 31 | 1/1~I answer that, The right way to go from one extreme 330 2, 35 | that adheres to God is a right rule, ~to disaccord with 331 2, 36 | spoken the thing that is right before me, as my servant 332 2, 37 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is right that schismatics should 333 2, 38 | 4: Further, whatever is right and meritorious in itself, 334 2, 38 | clerics. Now it is sometimes right and meritorious to ~make 335 2, 41 | since among virtuous or right acts one is more virtuous ~ 336 2, 41 | is more virtuous ~or more right than another, that one alone 337 2, 41 | not seem to be a "less" right one. If, therefore, scandal 338 2, 41 | since what is perfectly ~right, secures man against a fall, 339 2, 41 | thing is said to be less right, not because something ~ 340 2, 41 | then it would no longer be right to forego that spiritual ~ 341 2, 42 | or to ~the having of a right faith - such are those which 342 2, 43 | this shows that he has a right judgment about ~Divine things.~ 343 2, 43 | with his reason forms a right judgment, if he has learnt 344 2, 43 | intellectual virtue to ~pronounce right judgment about Divine things 345 2, 43 | things. For the measure of ~right judgment attained by some, 346 2, 43 | things are reduced to their right order; and ~it is this that 347 2, 45 | vi, 5) that prudence is ~right reason applied to action. 348 2, 45 | reasons well with ~regard to right conduct as a whole, is said 349 2, 45 | 3: Every application of right reason in the work of production ~ 350 2, 45 | only the application of right ~reason in matters of counsel, 351 2, 45 | Therefore prudence which is ~right reason, is not about singulars.~ 352 2, 45 | ad 3; A[3]) to apply ~right reason to action, and this 353 2, 45 | this is not done without a right appetite. ~Hence prudence 354 2, 45 | broad sense for any ~kind of right reason.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 355 2, 45 | order that a ~man may make right use of his art, he needs 356 2, 45 | wise man ~decides." Now right reason is reason in accordance 357 2, 45 | effect of ~moral virtue is right action as regards the end, 358 2, 45 | and that of prudence, ~right action as regards the means." 359 2, 45 | special object, for it is right reason "applied to action" ( 360 2, 45 | their end. But prudence is "right reason applied to action," 361 2, 45 | precisely ~in conformity with right reason. For temperance intends 362 2, 45 | should not stray from the right judgment of reason through 363 2, 45 | this mean is ~found by the right disposition of these things 364 2, 45 | answer that, Prudence is "right reason applied to action," 365 2, 45 | former seems to do so from right judgment, and ~the latter 366 2, 45 | Moreover it is contrary to ~right reason, which judges the 367 2, 45 | prudence, i.e. as being ~right reason applied to action, 368 2, 45 | the ~appetite for certain right actions, but in knowledge 369 2, 45 | implies a relation to a right appetite. First because 370 2, 45 | of such ends one forms ~a right estimate through the habits 371 2, 45 | because prudence commands right ~actions, which does not 372 2, 45 | happen unless the appetite be right. Wherefore ~though faith 373 2, 45 | means to an end. Now the right ends of ~human life are 374 2, 45 | whereby they are inclined to right ends; and consequently they ~ 375 2, 45 | they ~also have naturally a right judgment about such like 376 2, 46 | 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Right command and right use always 377 2, 46 | OBJ 4: Right command and right use always go together, 378 2, 47 | intellectual power, ~but the right estimate about some final 379 2, 47 | Therefore since ~prudence is right reason applied to action, 380 2, 47 | a part of prudence is a right ~estimate of some particular 381 2, 47 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The right estimate about a particular 382 2, 47 | Ethic. vi, ~11): "It is right to pay no less attention 383 2, 47 | Prudence consists in a right estimate about matters of ~ 384 2, 47 | matters of ~action. Now a right estimate or opinion is acquired 385 2, 47 | well disposed to acquire a right opinion from another man, 386 2, 47 | disposition to acquire a right estimate by oneself, ~yet 387 2, 47 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Right order to an end which is 388 2, 47 | command, without ~which no right order to the end is possible.~ 389 2, 48 | their guide, wherefore "right reason in accord with prudence" 390 2, 48 | has ~certain rules for the right use of certain external 391 2, 49 | deliberating well) "is a right counselling." Now the perfection 392 2, 49 | perfection of ~virtue consists in right reason. Therefore {euboulia} ( 393 2, 49 | common law) ~signifies a right judgment, not indeed about 394 2, 49 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Right judgment consists in the 395 2, 49 | and this is due to the right disposition of the apprehensive 396 2, 49 | wicked men there may be right judgment of a universal ~ 397 2, 49 | intellectual virtues depend on right reason. Therefore there 398 2, 51 | for instance, whereas the right ~reason of prudence acts 399 2, 51 | the ~rules on which the right reason of prudence depends. 400 2, 51 | whoever ~sins, acts against right reason, i.e. against prudence. 401 2, 51 | bears a ~certain likeness to right counsel.~Aquin.: SMT SS 402 2, 51 | consequently the lack of right judgment belongs to the ~ 403 2, 51 | those things on which a right judgment ~depends. It is 404 2, 51 | directed to the formation of a right judgment, wherefore ~this 405 2, 51 | about for the purpose of right judgment, than in ~speculative 406 2, 52 | nec eligens]": and the right ~choice of the means belongs 407 2, 52 | just deed is ~the effect of right reason.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 408 2, 53 | answer that, Prudence is "right reason applied to action," 409 2, 53 | action," just as ~science is "right reason applied to knowledge." 410 2, 53 | craftiness, even as ~thinking out right ways to a due end belongs 411 2, 53 | these vices are opposed to right reason, i.e. to ~prudence. 412 2, 53 | justice wherein the use of right reason appears chiefly, ~ 413 2, 54 | all matters relating to ~right conduct, whether ends or 414 2, 55 | JUSTICE (QQ[57]-62)~~OF RIGHT (FOUR ARTICLES)~After considering 415 2, 55 | considered about justice: (1) Right; (2) ~Justice itself; (3) 416 2, 55 | of inquiry:~(1) Whether right is the object of justice?~( 417 2, 55 | of justice?~(2) Whether right is fittingly divided into 418 2, 55 | into natural and positive right?~(3) Whether the right of 419 2, 55 | positive right?~(3) Whether the right of nations is the same as 420 2, 55 | nations is the same as natural right?~(4) Whether right of dominion 421 2, 55 | natural right?~(4) Whether right of dominion and paternal 422 2, 55 | of dominion and paternal right are distinct species?~Aquin.: 423 2, 55 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether right is the object of justice?~ 424 2, 55 | OBJ 1: It would seem that right is not the object of justice. 425 2, 55 | De Just. et Jure 1] that "right is the ~art of goodness 426 2, 55 | intellectual virtue. Therefore right is not the object of ~justice.~ 427 2, 55 | Etym. v, 3), "is a kind of ~right." Now law is the object 428 2, 55 | of prudence. Therefore right is not the object of justice.~ 429 2, 55 | things subject to man." Now right [jus] ~does not pertain 430 2, 55 | the human ~law." Therefore right is not the object of justice.~ 431 2, 55 | Etym. v, 2) that "'jus' [right] is so ~called because it 432 2, 55 | Accordingly that which is right in the works of the other ~ 433 2, 55 | agent only, whereas the right in a ~work of justice, besides 434 2, 55 | nothing is declared to be ~right unless it is done in a certain 435 2, 55 | which is the same as ~"right." Hence it is evident that 436 2, 55 | Hence it is evident that right is the object of justice.~ 437 2, 55 | manner the word "jus" [right] was first of all used to 438 2, 55 | so law is not the same as right, ~but an expression of right.~ 439 2, 55 | right, ~but an expression of right.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[57] A[ 440 2, 55 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether right is fittingly divided into 441 2, 55 | fittingly divided into natural right and positive right?~Aquin.: 442 2, 55 | natural right and positive right?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[57] A[ 443 2, 55 | OBJ 1: It would seem that right is not fittingly divided 444 2, 55 | fittingly divided into natural ~right and positive right. For 445 2, 55 | natural ~right and positive right. For that which is natural 446 2, 55 | since all the rules of human right fail in certain cases, nor 447 2, 55 | no such thing as natural ~right.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[57] A[ 448 2, 55 | then the "just" ~and the "right" are the same, it seems 449 2, 55 | that there is no positive right.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[57] A[ 450 2, 55 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, Divine right is not natural right, since 451 2, 55 | Divine right is not natural right, since it transcends ~human 452 2, 55 | neither is it positive right, since it is ~based not 453 2, 55 | Divine authority. Therefore right is ~unfittingly divided 454 2, 55 | stated above (A[1]) the "right" or the "just" is a ~work 455 2, 55 | this is called "natural right." In another way a thing 456 2, 55 | this is called "positive right."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[57] A[ 457 2, 55 | human nature were always right, this would always have ~ 458 2, 55 | such matters that positive right has its place. Hence the ~ 459 2, 55 | itself, contrary to natural right, the human will cannot make 460 2, 55 | Reply OBJ 3: The Divine right is that which is promulgated 461 2, 55 | decree. Hence also ~Divine right may be divided in respect 462 2, 55 | two things, even as human ~right is. For the Divine law commands 463 2, 55 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the right of nations is the same as 464 2, 55 | the same as the natural right?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[57] A[ 465 2, 55 | It would seem that the right of nations is the same as 466 2, 55 | the same as the ~natural right. For all men do not agree 467 2, 55 | Now all men agree in the right of nations; since the jurist ~[* 468 2, 55 | De Just. et Jure i] "the right of nations is that ~which 469 2, 55 | nations." Therefore the right of nations is the ~natural 470 2, 55 | nations is the ~natural right.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[57] A[ 471 2, 55 | slavery belongs ~to the right of nations," as Isidore 472 2, 55 | Etym. v, 4). Therefore the ~right of nations is a natural 473 2, 55 | of nations is a natural right.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[57] A[ 474 2, 55 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, right as stated above (A[2]) is 475 2, 55 | natural and ~positive. Now the right of nations is not a positive 476 2, 55 | nations is not a positive right, since all ~nations never 477 2, 55 | agreement. Therefore ~the right of nations is a natural 478 2, 55 | of nations is a natural right.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[57] A[ 479 2, 55 | says (Etym. v, 4) that "right is either ~natural, or civil, 480 2, 55 | either ~natural, or civil, or right of nations," and consequently 481 2, 55 | nations," and consequently the right of ~nations is distinct 482 2, 55 | is distinct from natural right.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[57] A[ 483 2, 55 | above (A[2]), the natural right or just is that ~which by 484 2, 55 | absolutely: wherefore the right which we call natural, is 485 2, 55 | commensuration. But ~the right of nations falls short of 486 2, 55 | nations falls short of natural right in this sense, as the ~jurist [* 487 2, 55 | equally, and is called the right of nations." ~This suffices 488 2, 55 | slavery which belongs ~to the right of nations is natural in 489 2, 55 | which are according ~to the right of nations, as implying 490 2, 55 | Para. 1/1~Whether paternal right and right of dominion should 491 2, 55 | Whether paternal right and right of dominion should be distinguished 492 2, 55 | would seem that "paternal right" and "right of dominion" ~ 493 2, 55 | that "paternal right" and "right of dominion" ~should not 494 2, 55 | De Offic. i, 24). ~Now right is the object of justice, 495 2, 55 | above (A[1]). Therefore ~right belongs to each one equally; 496 2, 55 | is no need for ~a special right of dominion or paternal 497 2, 55 | of dominion or paternal right, since the master and the ~ 498 2, 55 | Therefore some special kind of right should be allotted to them.~ 499 2, 55 | Ethic. v, 6) distinguishes right of ~dominion, paternal right 500 2, 55 | right of ~dominion, paternal right and so on as species distinct


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