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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | judge, and since lesser matters should be ~judged in the 2 1, 1 | receive instruction in these ~matters. Hence those things that 3 1, 7 | hammers are used, and it matters little whether one or two, 4 1, 20 | to pass judgment on these matters; since "the Lord" ~and no 5 1, 21 | although not in ~civil matters, but in such acts as are 6 1, 22 | counsel is an inquiry into matters that are doubtful, nevertheless 7 1, 23 | term "whereto." Because it ~matters nothing, in respect of the 8 1, 23 | yellow or red. Likewise it matters ~nothing in respect of the 9 1, 46 | fuller consideration of which matters will be given later (Q[75], ~ 10 1, 58 | with regard to supernatural matters; for ~example, on seeing 11 1, 59 | estimate in speculative matters differs from an angel's 12 1, 59 | so is it ~in practical matters. Hence there is choice in 13 1, 67 | proper sense in ~spiritual matters.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[67] A[ 14 1, 70 | day, and ~fourthly, such matters as belong to the seventh 15 1, 47 | fuller consideration of which matters will be given later (Q[75], ~ 16 1, 59 | with regard to supernatural matters; for ~example, on seeing 17 1, 60 | estimate in speculative matters differs from an angel's 18 1, 60 | so is it ~in practical matters. Hence there is choice in 19 1, 68 | proper sense in ~spiritual matters.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[67] A[ 20 1, 71 | day, and ~fourthly, such matters as belong to the seventh 21 1, 78 | From this point of view it matters not whether ~the active 22 1, 80 | wherefore in ~syllogistic matters particular conclusions are 23 1, 81 | the end is in practical matters what the ~principle is in 24 1, 81 | principle is in speculative matters. For what befits a thing 25 1, 82 | For reason in contingent matters may ~follow opposite courses, 26 1, 82 | and therefore in ~such matters the judgment of reason may 27 1, 82 | means to the end. Now, in matters of knowledge, the principles 28 1, 82 | just as, in appetitive matters, the end is related to the ~ 29 1, 83 | consideration of moral ~matters belongs. But of the acts 30 1, 83 | the first time. For ~it matters not whether the teacher 31 1, 92 | of reasoning in temporal matters from the ~consideration 32 1, 93 | a false opinion in such ~matters, and that provided he does 33 1, 95 | as ~regards all practical matters. Now whatever is participated 34 1, 100 | as regards belief in ~matters which are above nature, 35 1, 100 | nescience in regard to ~certain matters. Such nescience was even 36 1, 100 | than they have now, as to matters regarding that particular 37 1, 100 | of reason even in those matters which belong to man at ~ 38 1, 107 | but also all corporeal matters. But holy men ~even after 39 1, 112 | of Divine wisdom on ~such matters, the angels cannot know 40 1, 117 | principal agent. And as it matters not whether we say that ~ 41 2, 6 | principles; and secondly ~matters of detail.~Aquin.: SMT FS 42 2, 10 | principle in speculative matters, to which principle one ~ 43 2, 11 | other; which from which, matters ~not for our purpose; though 44 2, 13 | conclusion. But, in practical matters, it is the reason that ~ 45 2, 13 | conclusion in ~practical matters, as stated in Ethic. vii, 46 2, 13 | reason. Now in such like matters the substance of the act 47 2, 13 | above (A[4]). ~Therefore it matters not, as far as the act of 48 2, 13 | possible to us. In such matters the ~conclusions do not 49 2, 14 | inquiry is of doubtful matters. But counsel is given in ~ 50 2, 14 | But counsel is given in ~matters that are certainly good; 51 2, 14 | the principle in practical matters: because ~the reason of 52 2, 14 | view is ~brought to bear on matters much more absolute and simple, 53 2, 14 | knowledge of the truth in such matters does not rank ~so high as 54 2, 14 | the ~fact that it little matters whether it is done this 55 2, 14 | this ~occurs in minute matters, which help or hinder but 56 2, 14 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: In matters that are evident, the reason 57 2, 19 | conscience when erring in matters of indifference, either 58 2, 19 | is unreasonable. For in matters of indifference, the will 59 2, 19 | not only in ~indifferent matters, but also in those that 60 2, 19 | For not only indifferent matters can received the character ~ 61 2, 19 | needs follow; so in moral matters, given one absurdity, ~others 62 2, 19 | another. Therefore in such matters the goodness of the will 63 2, 21 | and to moral actions. In matters of art, reason is directed 64 2, 21 | reason: whereas in moral ~matters, it is directed to the general 65 2, 21 | the other hand, in moral matters, where ~we take into consideration 66 2, 21 | which has no place save in matters ~relating to another person. 67 2, 24 | that take counsel about matters of ~doubt, should be free 68 2, 30 | its ~service in spiritual matters, according to Ps. 83:3: " 69 2, 34 | goodness and malice in moral matters.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[34] A[ 70 2, 34 | rule and measure of such matters, that we form our judgment.~ 71 2, 40 | Reply OBJ 1: Experience in matters pertaining to action not 72 2, 40 | despair, especially in matters of war, conduces to action; 73 2, 44 | we take ~counsel on great matters, because therein we distrust 74 2, 44 | no man takes counsel in matters he ~despairs of," nor about 75 2, 44 | hope does. And it is in matters of difficulty, ~especially 76 2, 48 | and excellence, such as matters of ~vengeance, man seeks 77 2, 54 | the end is, in practical matters, what the principle is in ~ 78 2, 54 | principle is in ~speculative matters. Consequently diversity 79 2, 54 | and insensibility about matters of ~concupiscence: and in 80 2, 55 | are virtues, and of ~other matters connected with them, namely 81 2, 57 | consider the truth in ~those matters of which he has scientific 82 2, 57 | demonstrates the truth, it matters not how his ~appetitive 83 2, 57 | OBJ 3: Even in speculative matters there is something by way 84 2, 57 | are both "about contingent matters that ~may be otherwise than 85 2, 57 | of reason in speculative matters, depend on the ~principles 86 2, 57 | principles are ~in speculative matters, as stated in Ethic. vii, 87 2, 57 | is of good counsel about matters regarding man's ~entire 88 2, 57 | there is counsel ~about matters concerning the ends proper 89 2, 57 | they are good counselors in matters of warfare, or ~seamanship, 90 2, 57 | order to do good deeds, it ~matters not only what a man does, 91 2, 57 | with ~things in contingent matters, but only in necessary matters, 92 2, 57 | matters, but only in necessary matters, therefore no ~speculative 93 2, 57 | has no place in necessary matters, which are not affected 94 2, 57 | but only in contingent matters which can be effected by ~ 95 2, 57 | by ~us, whether they be matters of interior action, or the 96 2, 57 | is only about contingent matters that an ~intellectual virtue 97 2, 57 | just as there are various matters to pass judgment on, ~so 98 2, 57 | virtue referring to all matters of counsel. Therefore, in 99 2, 57 | Consequently, even in speculative matters, there is one science of ~ 100 2, 57 | which inquires about all matters; whereas demonstrative ~ 101 2, 58 | well in respect of moral matters, presupposes ~a right appetite 102 2, 58 | speculative and in practical matters. ~Consequently just as right 103 2, 58 | right reason in speculative matters, in so far as it ~proceeds 104 2, 58 | Even so, in ~speculative matters the understanding of principles 105 2, 58 | is the principle in moral matters: in the ~former case our 106 2, 59 | reason even in ~particular matters. But the passions are an 107 2, 59 | moral virtues about all matters that are subject to reason' 108 2, 60 | is evident that in moral matters the reason holds the place 109 2, 60 | truth. Now in all moral ~matters, which are contingent matters 110 2, 60 | matters, which are contingent matters of action, there is but 111 2, 60 | virtue to direct all such matters, ~viz. prudence. On the 112 2, 60 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Moral matters do not receive their species 113 2, 60 | whereby we do what is best in matters of pleasure or sorrow." 114 2, 60 | towards another in serious ~matters, in two ways. First, as 115 2, 60 | than pleasure, and serious matters than play. Hence there is ~ 116 2, 61 | discretion in any ~actions or matters whatever; justice, a certain 117 2, 61 | does what he ought in any matters; temperance, a ~disposition 118 2, 62 | speculative and in practical matters. Secondly, ~through the 119 2, 63 | respect of the various matters, which constitute the sphere 120 2, 63 | of cases, and chiefly in ~matters most opposed to reason. 121 2, 64 | abstains from all sexual matters, and poverty ~from all wealth, 122 2, 65 | virtues in respect of their ~matters, and it is in this way that 123 2, 65 | at the ~same time in the matters of all moral virtues. And 124 2, 65 | good deeds, in all such matters, he will acquire the habits ~ 125 2, 65 | instance, by ~behaving well in matters of anger, but not in matters 126 2, 65 | matters of anger, but not in matters of concupiscence; ~he will 127 2, 65 | prudence, ~which is wanting in matters of concupiscence. In the 128 2, 65 | virtues are about divers matters having no ~relation to one 129 2, 65 | just as in speculative matters right ~reason has greatest 130 2, 66 | their own proper respective matters (Q[65]~, AA[1],2). In this 131 2, 66 | virtue that regards ~moral matters.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[66] A[ 132 2, 66 | because they are practised in matters pertaining to the life of ~ 133 2, 66 | which are certain particular matters of action. That the moral ~ 134 2, 66 | appetitive movement to reason in matters of life and ~death, holds 135 2, 66 | the ~appetite to reason in matters directly relating to life, 136 2, 66 | the one species, viz. in matters of food and of sex. ~And 137 2, 66 | no business with supreme matters which are ~the object of 138 2, 67 | concupiscences and pleasures in matters of food and sex; ~nor fear 139 2, 67 | distributions"; of fortitude, as to "matters of terror ~and danger"; 140 2, 68 | that he behave well ~in matters concerning God and matters 141 2, 68 | matters concerning God and matters concerning man. Now man' 142 2, 68 | God. ~Wherefore in those matters where the prompting of reason 143 2, 68 | Para. 3/3~Accordingly, in matters subject to human reason, 144 2, 68 | or divine virtues. But in matters ~directed to the supernatural 145 2, 68 | The ~appetitive power, in matters touching a man's relations 146 2, 68 | perfected by "piety"; in matters touching himself, it is 147 2, 68 | Holy Ghost perfect man in matters ~concerning a good life: 148 2, 68 | is not directed to such matters, but ~to external things 149 2, 68 | concerned with ~difficult matters, whereas piety and knowledge 150 2, 68 | knowledge regard ordinary matters. ~Consequently the excellence 151 2, 68 | counsel is only concerned with matters of difficulty (Ethic. iii, 152 2, 68 | of knowledge embraces all matters. ~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[68] A[ 153 2, 68 | fortitude are concerned with matters of difficulty, while knowledge 154 2, 68 | concerned with ordinary matters. Hence counsel together 155 2, 69 | gifts ~perfect man in all matters wherein the virtues perfect 156 2, 69 | for all are assigned to matters connected with the active ~ 157 2, 70 | Accordingly, in spiritual ~matters, we may take the word "fruit" 158 2, 71 | things, even as in voluntary ~matters (Phys. ii, text. 82). Now 159 2, 71 | sin occurs in voluntary matters, except through the ~corruption 160 2, 71 | surpass human reason, e.g. in matters of faith.~ 161 2, 72 | the human reason, such as matters of faith, and things ~due 162 2, 72 | Hence he that sins in such matters, for instance, by ~heresy, 163 2, 72 | and when man sins in these matters, he is ~said to sin against 164 2, 72 | prodigal. But when man sins in matters concerning his neighbor, 165 2, 72 | in the same relation to matters of ~action, as the indemonstrable 166 2, 72 | indemonstrable principle does to matters of speculation ~(Ethic. 167 2, 72 | preserved, so it is in ~matters concerning the soul. Because, 168 2, 72 | Because, in speculative matters, it is ~impossible to convince 169 2, 72 | principles. Likewise in practical matters, he who, by ~sinning, turns 170 2, 72 | Further, just as sin, in matters of action, is due to straying ~ 171 2, 72 | falsehood, in speculative matters, is ~due to straying from 172 2, 72 | wherefore in this ~respect, it matters not whether he tells more 173 2, 72 | taking food. Hence in such ~matters, the corruption of different 174 2, 73 | the contrary habit. For it matters much in sickness or deformity, ~ 175 2, 73 | of ~reason. Therefore it matters much to the gravity of a 176 2, 73 | order of reason. Now in matters of action the reason directs 177 2, 74 | sentence about intelligible matters, so the practical reason 178 2, 74 | and pronounces sentence on matters of action. Now we must observe 179 2, 74 | see that in speculative matters the final ~sentence touching 180 2, 74 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: In matters of action, the simple intuition 181 2, 74 | even as in speculative matters it ~belongs to the reason 182 2, 75 | reason, of necessity, in matters of action, nor do things 183 2, 75 | gives the form to moral matters, as ~stated above (Q[1], 184 2, 76 | individual is bound to know matters ~regarding his duty or state. 185 2, 76 | is a sin, if it be about matters one is bound to know; but 186 2, 76 | sinful, provided it be about ~matters one is bound and able to 187 2, 76 | invincible, or through ~being of matters one is not bound to know, 188 2, 77 | not astonishing that, in ~matters of action, passion acts 189 2, 77 | species, ~such as sexual matters: and the inordinate appetite 190 2, 78 | which is the principle in ~matters of action. Therefore there 191 2, 78 | which is the principle in matters of action; ~and so the defect 192 2, 81 | parents; even as in ~civil matters, all who are members of 193 2, 81 | as personal actions and matters affecting them, are not ~ 194 2, 84 | same way; so also in moral matters, we consider what happens 195 2, 84 | principle and the commander in ~matters concerning the means. Hence 196 2, 85 | especially in practical matters, the will hardened to evil, ~ 197 2, 87 | spiritual or in temporal matters, as a member either of the ~ 198 2, 88 | the due order in lesser matters, is disposed not to ~subject 199 2, 88 | mortal sin except in those ~matters which are mortal sins generically. 200 2, 88 | sins generically. In such matters, if the ~delectation be 201 2, 89 | may be seen in corporeal ~matters, from which the term has 202 2, 89 | beginning, as it were, in matters concerning the ~appetite, 203 2, 89 | in its principles. Now in matters of ~appetite, as we have 204 2, 90 | first ~principle in all matters of action, according to 205 2, 90 | concerned with particular matters. Therefore the law is directed 206 2, 90 | first principle in practical matters, which are the object of 207 2, 90 | above definition ~of legal matters mentions both happiness 208 2, 90 | that we call those legal matters "just, which are ~adapted 209 2, 90 | application of a law to matters ~regulated by the law. Now 210 2, 90 | even concerning particular matters. ~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[90] A[ 211 2, 90 | concerned with particular matters: but ~those particular matters 212 2, 90 | matters: but ~those particular matters are referable to the common 213 2, 90 | people: since in all other matters the directing of anything 214 2, 90 | since "laws are binding in matters of the future," as the jurists 215 2, 91 | dictates of human reason in matters of conduct are ~uncertain, 216 2, 91 | determination of ~certain matters. These particular determinations, 217 2, 91 | concerned with practical matters, ~which are singular and 218 2, 91 | contingent and particular matters, different people form ~ 219 2, 91 | man can make laws in those matters of which he is ~competent 220 2, 91 | also in certain ~particular matters, to which the perfect and 221 2, 93 | law does not meddle with matters it cannot direct, comes ~ 222 2, 94 | habit. Thus, in speculative matters, ~the indemonstrable principles 223 2, 94 | in ~relation to practical matters, as the first principles 224 2, 94 | the first principles to matters of ~demonstration. But there 225 2, 94 | food, ~drink and sexual matters, which are indeed ordained 226 2, 94 | common ~good, just as other matters of law are ordained to the 227 2, 94 | busied with ~contingent matters, about which human actions 228 2, 94 | the ~more we descend to matters of detail, the more frequently 229 2, 94 | Accordingly then in speculative matters truth is the same in all ~ 230 2, 94 | called common notions. But in matters of action, ~truth or practical 231 2, 94 | the same for all, as to matters of ~detail, but only as 232 2, 94 | is the ~same rectitude in matters of detail, it is not equally 233 2, 94 | knowledge. But as to ~certain matters of detail, which are conclusions, 234 2, 94 | and universal freedom, are matters of natural law." But ~these 235 2, 94 | some men, as to certain matters, so that they esteemed those 236 2, 94 | just as in ~speculative matters errors occur in respect 237 2, 95 | judge, and for very few matters ~to be left to the decision 238 2, 95 | the natural law are not matters of indifference. ~Therefore 239 2, 95 | Ethic. vi, 11) that in such matters, "we ~ought to pay as much 240 2, 95 | according to the various matters of which the law ~treats, 241 2, 95 | authors, but on account of the matters to which ~they refer.~Aquin.: 242 2, 96 | legislation . . . and all those matters which are the subject of ~ 243 2, 96 | which are also individual matters, since decrees are framed ~ 244 2, 96 | acts are about individual matters. Therefore human laws should 245 2, 96 | things, as to persons, ~as to matters, and as to times. Because 246 2, 96 | their power extends to many ~matters; and in regard to these, 247 2, 96 | acts of legislation." Other matters are legal, not through being 248 2, 96 | to these, he adds ~"all matters subject to decrees."~Aquin.: 249 2, 96 | Consequently in contingent matters, such as ~natural and human 250 2, 96 | good of the multitude: thus matters of ~fortitude may be achieved 251 2, 96 | resisteth the power," in matters that are ~within its scope, " 252 2, 96 | power. ~Wherefore in such matters human law should not be 253 2, 96 | wherefore neither in such matters is man bound to obey the 254 2, 96 | command, but ~not in those matters in which the subject receives 255 2, 96 | the ~emperor: for in these matters, he is not bound by the 256 2, 96 | subject thereto in ~certain matters, in respect of which he 257 2, 96 | subject to the law in those matters that are ~inconsistent with 258 2, 97 | them. So also in practical ~matters: for those who first endeavored 259 2, 97 | perfect knowledge in singular matters, except by ~experience, 260 2, 97 | general custom, even in slight matters, is ~looked upon as grave. 261 2, 97 | reason and will, in practical matters, may be made manifest by ~ 262 2, 99 | institutions relating ~to Divine matters, according as it seemed 263 2, 99 | contains precepts about these matters also.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[99] 264 2, 99 | speculative and in practical matters. Accordingly just as the ~ 265 2, 99 | precepts concern moral matters, as stated above (A[4]). 266 2, 99 | precepts, as regards Divine matters.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[99] A[ 267 2, 99 | duty. Consequently moral matters are determinable by law 268 2, 100 | good morals in certain ~matters, so does faith: hence it 269 2, 100 | ways to judge ~of various matters. For some matters connected 270 2, 100 | various matters. For some matters connected with human actions 271 2, 100 | principles: ~while some matters cannot be the subject of 272 2, 100 | and lastly there are some matters of ~which man cannot judge 273 2, 100 | moral precepts are about matters ~which concern good morals; 274 2, 100 | precepts about all those matters ~whereby men are well ordered 275 2, 100 | precepts about all those matters whereby human reason ~is 276 2, 100 | virtues: yet so that certain matters, without which ~the order 277 2, 100 | of precept; while other matters, which pertain ~to the well-being 278 2, 100 | his neighbor. But that, in matters which ~regard himself and 279 2, 100 | that ~everyone is free in matters that concern himself. And 280 2, 100 | men who are versed in such matters; and, consequently, ~they 281 2, 100 | should be framed in ~some matters, and negative precepts in 282 2, 100 | justice, even ~in those matters in which men are directed 283 2, 100 | alone, namely, in such ~matters as are exclusively of Divine 284 2, 100 | authority, namely in such matters as are ~subject to human 285 2, 101 | Him: thus too in ~other matters, whatever is preparatory 286 2, 101 | worshippers, and other such ~matters, pertain to a certain preparation 287 2, 101 | observances," for instance, in matters of food, clothing, and so 288 2, 101 | of consequence they were matters of ceremony, in so far as 289 2, 102 | principle of the whole order in matters of action: since ~those 290 2, 102 | points had to be observed in matters pertaining to the ~worship 291 2, 102 | 3 Para. 2/2~As to those matters that regarded the spiritual 292 2, 102 | by a ~veil; because some matters relating to the mystery 293 2, 102 | deeds may be holy. Other ~matters pertaining to this purification, 294 2, 102 | the rational: for certain matters regarding moral and dogmatic 295 2, 102 | affairs, but dull in spiritual matters. The ~gull, which flies 296 2, 102 | affection be one ~of reason, it matters not how man behaves to animals, 297 2, 104 | by Divine ~institution in matters relating to man's subordination 298 2, 104 | regulate not only litigious matters, but also voluntary contracts ~ 299 2, 104 | man and man, and whatever matters concern the ~community at 300 2, 104 | is the principal in moral matters, holds the same ~position, 301 2, 104 | precepts are decisions on moral matters. ~But moral precepts do 302 2, 105 | another;~(3) Concerning matters relating to foreigners;~( 303 2, 105 | things relating to domestic matters.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[105] A[ 304 2, 105 | should be observed in such ~matters: hence it is stated in 2 305 2, 105 | for ~judgment on doubtful matters.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[105] A[ 306 2, 105 | Therefore it ~seems that matters pertaining to the relations 307 2, 105 | is that the ~decision of matters between one man and another, 308 2, 105 | decide doubtful points in matters of justice. Now a matter ~ 309 2, 105 | who would decide doubtful ~matters relating to the ceremonies 310 2, 105 | people, who would decide matters relating to the judgments 311 2, 105 | But such like doubtful matters did not often ~occur for 312 2, 105 | the land." But in temporal matters concerning ~the public life 313 2, 105 | not fit to enjoy power in matters pertaining to the common 314 2, 105 | ii, 6). Nevertheless, in matters ~pertaining to the grace 315 2, 106 | Gospel contains certain matters pertaining to the manifestation 316 2, 106 | affections, it contains matters touching the contempt of 317 2, 106 | all truth in respect of matters ~necessary for salvation; 318 2, 108 | direct his subjects in such matters as regards what they ~must 319 2, 108 | ordinations about external ~matters.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[108] A[ 320 2, 108 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Matters of faith are above human 321 2, 108 | 2]). Wherefore in such ~matters as these there was no need 322 2, 108 | to their own ~judgment in matters not necessarily connected 323 2, 108 | they considered certain matters contained in ~the Law of 324 2, 108 | to be avoided in temporal matters. ~First, we must not place 325 2, 108 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, many matters pertaining to the life of 326 2, 108 | to have been given about matters that are ~necessary to gain 327 2, 108 | that the counsels are about matters that render ~the gaining 328 2, 108 | stated above. As to those matters ~which are set down in Mt. 329 2, 1 | wherever He may be; so ~that it matters not to charity, whether 330 2, 1 | produces science." Now certain ~matters of faith have been demonstrated 331 2, 1 | necessary presupposition to matters of faith, so ~that those 332 2, 1 | contained in Holy Writ are ~matters of faith. But these, by 333 2, 1 | the First Truth, so that matters of faith cannot be distinguished 334 2, 1 | a ~material division of matters of faith into articles.~ 335 2, 1 | Therefore it seems that matters of faith should not be divided 336 2, 1 | our ~intellect. Therefore matters of faith should be divided 337 2, 1 | 6] Body Para. 2/2~Hence matters of Christian faith are said 338 2, 1 | article; whereas when several matters are known or ~not known, 339 2, 1 | one ~formal aspect of all matters of faith, viz. the First 340 2, 1 | Secondly, the ~formal aspect of matters of faith, can be considered 341 2, 1 | seems that knowledge of matters of faith was perfect from 342 2, 1 | seems that knowledge of matters of faith has not ~increased 343 2, 1 | implicitly in ~certain primary matters of faith, such as God's 344 2, 1 | the first distinction in matters of faith is that some concern ~ 345 2, 1 | in relation to which all ~matters concerning the sanctification 346 2, 1 | which is empowered to decide matters of faith finally, so that ~ 347 2, 1 | symbol, as do all other ~matters which concern the whole 348 2, 1 | have no business to decide matters of faith: ~for this decision 349 2, 1 | subsequent ~council would expound matters more fully than the preceding 350 2, 2 | faculty, or about particular matters, which belongs to the sensitive ~ 351 2, 2 | natural endowments. Now matters of faith, ~surpass man's 352 2, 2 | dangerous for man to assent to matters, wherein he ~cannot judge 353 2, 2 | judgment of this kind in matters of faith, since he cannot ~ 354 2, 2 | dangerous to believe in such matters. Therefore ~to believe is 355 2, 2 | on him, a man assents to matters of ~faith and not to those 356 2, 2 | was necessary ~for Divine matters to be delivered to them 357 2, 2 | the knowledge of Divine matters, even of those that can 358 2, 2 | should be put to test in matters that he is not ~bound to 359 2, 2 | by the asses, ought, in ~matters of faith, to stay by the 360 2, 2 | answer that, The unfolding of matters of faith is the result of 361 2, 2 | Divine ~revelation: for matters of faith surpass natural 362 2, 2 | have fuller knowledge of matters of ~faith, and to believe 363 2, 2 | reasoning in support of ~matters of faith, diminishes the 364 2, 2 | human reasons in ~support of matters of faith diminish the merit 365 2, 2 | so ought he to believe matters ~of faith, not on account 366 2, 2 | Edition reads: 'in ~support of matters of faith which are however, 367 2, 3 | as the inward thought of ~matters of faith is properly an 368 2, 3 | One ~is the confession of matters of faith, and this is a 369 2, 4 | his intellect ~assents to matters of faith at the command 370 2, 4 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Temporal matters which are proposed to be 371 2, 4 | consider temporal and eternal matters under their ~respective 372 2, 4 | obedience to God, to assent to matters of ~faith. Now obedience 373 2, 4 | end is the principle in matters of ~action, as stated above ( 374 2, 4 | doubt, and doubt about matters of faith. Therefore faith 375 2, 4 | 2 Para. 2/2~Further, in matters concerning the intellect, 376 2, 4 | is less certain, because matters of faith are above the human ~ 377 2, 4 | as we do not fully grasp matters of faith with our ~intellect.~ 378 2, 6 | man inwardly to ~assent to matters of faith.~Aquin.: SMT SS 379 2, 6 | since man, by assenting to matters of faith, is raised above 380 2, 8 | ought not to depart from matters of faith, for the sake of 381 2, 8 | to the ~understanding of matters subordinate to faith.~Aquin.: 382 2, 8 | with none but necessary matters. Now the ~practical intellect 383 2, 8 | understanding enlightens the mind in matters ~which surpass natural reason. 384 2, 8 | the directing principle in matters of action, as was made clear 385 2, 8 | considering eternal or necessary matters, not only as ~they are rules 386 2, 8 | grace; even as in moral matters a ~man has a right estimate 387 2, 8 | suffices in respect of those matters which are naturally self-evident: ~ 388 2, 8 | but also with practical matters, as ~stated above (A[3]), 389 2, 8 | knowledge regards both ~matters, as we shall show further 390 2, 9 | knowledge may be had about matters of belief. One ~is the knowledge 391 2, 9 | other is a knowledge about matters ~of belief, whereby one 392 2, 9 | is able to judge of all matters by that ~cause: and a wise 393 2, 9 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Although matters of faith are Divine and 394 2, 9 | actions by the knowledge of matters of faith, and of ~conclusions 395 2, 9 | who judge aright about matters of ~faith and action, through 396 2, 10 | thereto, ~and resistance to matters of faith, and in the latter 397 2, 10 | various errors that occur in matters of faith, there are not 398 2, 10 | unbelief is the corruption of ~matters of faith. In this respect, 399 2, 10 | the Manichees, who, ~in matters of faith, err even more 400 2, 10 | dispute in public about matters which have once been judged 401 2, 10 | and ~disposed of." Now all matters of faith have been decided 402 2, 10 | dispute in public about matters of faith.~Aquin.: SMT SS 403 2, 10 | dispute in public about matters of faith. ~Aquin.: SMT SS 404 2, 10 | One ought to dispute about matters of faith, not as though ~ 405 2, 10 | his master's instrument in matters concerning everyday life, 406 2, 10 | laborer is his instrument in matters concerning the working ~ 407 2, 10 | of his art. Now, in such matters, a believer can be subject 408 2, 10 | subject, even in temporal matters, to the Church and ~her 409 2, 10 | her members, in temporal matters, although she has the ~right 410 2, 10 | to ~look after itself, in matters concerning the Divine or 411 2, 10 | dispose of the child in all ~matters relating to God.~Aquin.: 412 2, 11 | being presupposed. Now, in matters of faith, ~the will assents 413 2, 11 | heresy is properly about matters of faith?~Aquin.: SMT SS 414 2, 11 | heresy is not properly about matters of faith. ~For just as there 415 2, 11 | dissensions were not about matters of faith. Therefore heresy ~ 416 2, 11 | Therefore heresy ~is not about matters of faith, as though they 417 2, 11 | doctors differing even about matters ~pertaining to the faith, 418 2, 11 | Therefore ~heresy is about matters of faith, as about its proper 419 2, 11 | man has a false opinion in matters that are not of faith, for ~ 420 2, 11 | secondarily, e.g. those matters, the denial of which leads 421 2, 11 | Wherefore inordinate words about matters of faith may lead to ~corruption 422 2, 11 | have ~differed either in matters the holding of which in 423 2, 11 | is concerned, or even in matters of ~faith, which were not 424 2, 12 | Julian the apostate, in matters that were not ~contrary 425 2, 14 | with pleasures ~of touch in matters of food and sex; and these 426 2, 15 | over his people in temporal matters: hence it is especially ~ 427 2, 22 | the end is in practical matters, what the principle ~is 428 2, 22 | principle ~is in speculative matters, just as there can be no 429 2, 22 | be affected about other matters.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[23] A[ 430 2, 23 | knowledge of geometrical matters which he ignored hitherto. 431 2, 25 | character of principle in matters of appetite and ~action, 432 2, 25 | the mind. In spiritual matters, however, man ought not 433 2, 25 | that a man is more loved in matters ~touching that particular 434 2, 25 | of battle. Wherefore in ~matters pertaining to nature we 435 2, 25 | love our kindred most, in matters ~concerning relations between 436 2, 25 | the love of ~kindred in matters where we are free to do 437 2, 25 | choose, for instance in ~matters of action. Yet the friendship 438 2, 25 | preponderates over others in matters touching ~nature: consequently 439 2, 25 | difference in such like ~matters, that friendship may be 440 2, 26 | Body Para. 2/3~Now in all matters of appetite and action the 441 2, 28 | because dissension in small ~matters is scarcely accounted dissension. 442 2, 28 | dissension about very slight matters and about opinions is inconsistent ~ 443 2, 28 | that take counsel about matters of doubt, should be free 444 2, 29 | reference to ~the various matters in which men are engaged 445 2, 29 | of kinsmen is in natural matters, that of fellow-citizens 446 2, 29 | fellow-citizens is ~in civic matters, that of the faithful is 447 2, 29 | faithful is in spiritual matters, and so ~forth): and various 448 2, 30 | superior. ~Therefore in those matters in which the inferior is 449 2, 30 | the marriage act, yet in matters of housekeeping, the ~head 450 2, 31 | above others in temporal ~matters, i.e. to the rich. Therefore 451 2, 31 | above others in spiritual matters, i.e. to prelates.~Aquin.: 452 2, 31 | himself, not only ~in temporal matters wherein a man suffers many 453 2, 31 | name, but also in spiritual matters, because many are restrained ~ 454 2, 31 | anything in respect of ~hidden matters, except in so far as they 455 2, 31 | afford no proof in secret matters. Therefore it is useless 456 2, 33 | the means to the end, in matters of difficulty which come 457 2, 33 | faint-heartedness," and in matters of ~common righteousness, 458 2, 34 | not strive for mastery in matters where he is ~very deficient; 459 2, 34 | who surpasses him in such ~matters, unless he surpass him by 460 2, 41 | careful to ~do this in those matters chiefly wherein not only 461 2, 41 | others, either in temporal matters (as by feeding the ~hungry), 462 2, 41 | hungry), or in spiritual matters (as by instructing the ignorant), ~ 463 2, 42 | principles. Now in practical ~matters wherein the precepts of 464 2, 43 | has to judge. Thus, about matters of chastity, a man after ~ 465 2, 43 | chastity judges of such ~matters by a kind of connaturality. ~ 466 2, 43 | practical intellect is about matters of operation ~which are 467 2, 43 | modest. Secondly, in ~those matters in which he is not sufficient 468 2, 45 | application of right ~reason in matters of counsel, which are those 469 2, 45 | actions are in singular ~matters: and so it is necessary 470 2, 45 | said to act prudently in matters of art. Moreover in certain 471 2, 45 | the end is in practical matters what principles are in speculative ~ 472 2, 45 | principles are in speculative ~matters, as stated above (Q[23], 473 2, 45 | conclusions of practical matters. Consequently it does not 474 2, 45 | such is not found in all matters ~after the same manner, 475 2, 45 | counselled and judged in matters of ~action. Hence the Philosopher 476 2, 45 | things, and is trustful in matters where he ~ought to have 477 2, 45 | principles are the ends in matters of action; and of such ends 478 2, 45 | for others, not only in ~matters necessary for salvation, 479 2, 45 | universals, and of the singular matters of action to which prudence ~ 480 2, 45 | which is about contingent matters of action. But science is 481 2, 46 | certain secondary acts or matters, not having, as it ~were, 482 2, 46 | which ~concerns judgment in matters of ordinary occurrence, 483 2, 46 | which ~concerns judgment in matters of exception to the law: 484 2, 47 | prudence regards future ~matters of action, about which counsel 485 2, 47 | Prudence regards contingent matters of action, as stated ~above ( 486 2, 47 | A[5]). Now in such like matters a man can be directed, not ~ 487 2, 47 | prudence is about singular matters of action (Ethic. vi, ~7): 488 2, 47 | concerned with particular matters of action, and since such 489 2, 47 | of action, and since such matters are ~of infinite variety, 490 2, 47 | length of time. Hence in ~matters of prudence man stands in 491 2, 47 | of ~the ends in practical matters. Wherefore the Philosopher 492 2, 47 | altogether self-sufficient in matters of ~prudence, as stated 493 2, 47 | in a right estimate about matters of ~action. Now a right 494 2, 47 | practical and in speculative matters, first by discovering it 495 2, 47 | reasons about practical matters, wherefore ~nothing hinders 496 2, 47 | also as applicable to all matters ~whatsoever wherein man 497 2, 47 | the other hand particular matters of action, wherein prudence ~ 498 2, 47 | certain and fixed. Thus matters of ~art, though they are 499 2, 47 | providence except the contingent matters of actions which can be ~ 500 2, 47 | but only to practical ~matters.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[49] A[


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