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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | argues in proof of the general resurrection (1 Cor. 15). 2 1, 2 | know that God exists in a general and confused way is ~implanted 3 1, 2 | The existence of truth in general is self-evident but the ~ 4 1, 3 | follows that God is being in general which can be ~predicated 5 1, 3 | the essence of animal in ~general to have reason; but neither 6 1, 5 | Para. 1/2 - OF GOODNESS IN GENERAL (SIX ARTICLES)~We next consider 7 1, 5 | goodness: First, goodness in general. Secondly, the ~goodness 8 1, 7 | nature of ~magnitude in general, still it is against the 9 1, 14 | This is to know them by general, and not by ~proper knowledge. 10 1, 14 | things besides Himself by general, ~and not by proper knowledge.~ 11 1, 14 | knowledge of things, but a general knowledge; for to know things ~ 12 1, 14 | to have only a common and general ~knowledge of them.~Aquin.: 13 1, 14 | to know them ~not only in general, but as they are distinct 14 1, 14 | other than Himself only in general, that is, only as beings. 15 1, 14 | For to know a thing in general and not in ~particular, 16 1, 14 | knowledge, but only in a general way. In God, however, it 17 1, 14 | can be known not only in ~general, but also by proper knowledge; 18 1, 14 | considering what belongs to it in general: for this is to consider ~ 19 1, 15 | proper intention) of the general. Now the highest good existing 20 1, 16 | truth" is not truth in general, ~but a certain kind of 21 1, 16 | particular truths to truth in general.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[16] A[ 22 1, 18 | or movement ~in a more general sense, as when said of the 23 1, 18 | of the ~movement in its general sense. In either way is 24 1, 20 | speaking of human nature in general, and comparing it with the 25 1, 20 | says that, "In battle the general loves the ~soldier who after 26 1, 21 | related to the just, as the general to the ~special. ~(tm)Aquin.: 27 1, 22 | providence, ~not only in general, but even in their own individual 28 1, 23 | of the divine goodness in general be ~considered, God communicates 29 1, 23 | predestination may be considered in ~general. Thus, it is impossible 30 1, 23 | effect of ~predestination in general should have any cause as 31 1, 23 | regards its effects in general. Considered in its particular 32 1, 25 | but in a confused ~and general way. The sentence would 33 1, 29 | Q[29] Out. Para. 3/4~The general consideration of the persons 34 1, 29 | yet ~what belongs to the general idea of singularity can 35 1, 29 | we do not say that man in general is an hypostasis, ~nor that 36 1, 29 | substance is ~here taken in a general sense, as divided into first 37 1, 29 | substance. To this, taken in ~a general sense, can be applied a 38 1, 29 | discursive thought, but in a general sense, an ~intelligent nature. 39 1, 29 | of ~this word "person" in general; and another to ask the 40 1, 29 | to God. For "person" in general signifies the individual ~ 41 1, 29 | belonging to "person" in general, ~nevertheless do belong 42 1, 30 | transcendental, is wider and more general ~than substance and relation. 43 1, 39 | nevertheless it agrees ~also with general terms so far as the form 44 1, 39 | the three ~persons is as a general term to inferior terms, 45 1, 40 | says. But he speaks in a ~general sense, forasmuch as not 46 1, 42 | the notion of origin in ~general, not a special kind of origin.~ 47 1, 43 | a special notion, but in general; thus ~"to be from another" 48 1, 46 | considering the ~question in general, as to whether any creature 49 1, 47 | DISTINCTION OF THINGS IN GENERAL (Q[47])~OF THE DISTINCTION 50 1, 47 | DISTINCTION OF THINGS IN GENERAL (THREE ARTICLES)~After considering 51 1, 47 | distinction of things in general; secondly, of ~the distinction 52 1, 48 | referring to good and ~evil in general, but not in reference to 53 1, 48 | taking pain in its most general meaning, so as to include ~ 54 1, 56 | knowledge of another, but only a general ~knowledge. In like manner 55 1, 57 | Incarnation. First of all, in general; and in this way it was 56 1, 57 | that ~this is a kind of general principle to which all their 57 1, 57 | although God revealed in general to the prophets what He 58 1, 59 | inclined towards good in general. Such inclination is termed ~" 59 1, 61 | creation, or, speaking in a ~general way, of their origin. Such 60 1, 63 | be inclined to good in ~general, then of its own nature 61 1, 63 | inclined towards good in ~general, which it can apprehend 62 1, 66 | reckoned those ~which have a general relationship to things. 63 1, 67 | knowledge we proceed from general principles, ~so do we in 64 1, 67 | illuminative power in a general way, to which was afterwards ~ 65 1, 69 | production of plants in general ~should not have been recorded 66 1, 70 | as to all seven days in general.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] Out. 67 1, 70 | that day merely as light in general; and that on the fourth 68 1, 70 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The general division of time into day 69 1, 75 | the notion of a soul in general; for it belongs to ~the 70 1, 76 | the nature of a thing ~in general will be impossible. But 71 1, 77 | THE POWERS OF THE SOUL IN GENERAL (EIGHT ~ARTICLES)~We proceed 72 1, 77 | of the ~soul; first, in general, secondly, in particular. 73 1, 39 | nevertheless it agrees ~also with general terms so far as the form 74 1, 39 | the three ~persons is as a general term to inferior terms, 75 1, 40 | says. But he speaks in a ~general sense, forasmuch as not 76 1, 42 | the notion of origin in ~general, not a special kind of origin.~ 77 1, 43 | a special notion, but in general; thus ~"to be from another" 78 1, 47 | considering the ~question in general, as to whether any creature 79 1, 48 | DISTINCTION OF THINGS IN GENERAL (Q[47])~OF THE DISTINCTION 80 1, 48 | DISTINCTION OF THINGS IN GENERAL (THREE ARTICLES)~After considering 81 1, 48 | distinction of things in general; secondly, of ~the distinction 82 1, 49 | referring to good and ~evil in general, but not in reference to 83 1, 49 | taking pain in its most general meaning, so as to include ~ 84 1, 57 | knowledge of another, but only a general ~knowledge. In like manner 85 1, 58 | Incarnation. First of all, in general; and in this way it was 86 1, 58 | that ~this is a kind of general principle to which all their 87 1, 58 | although God revealed in general to the prophets what He 88 1, 60 | inclined towards good in general. Such inclination is termed ~" 89 1, 62 | creation, or, speaking in a ~general way, of their origin. Such 90 1, 64 | be inclined to good in ~general, then of its own nature 91 1, 64 | inclined towards good in ~general, which it can apprehend 92 1, 67 | reckoned those ~which have a general relationship to things. 93 1, 68 | knowledge we proceed from general principles, ~so do we in 94 1, 68 | illuminative power in a general way, to which was afterwards ~ 95 1, 70 | production of plants in general ~should not have been recorded 96 1, 71 | as to all seven days in general.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] Out. 97 1, 71 | that day merely as light in general; and that on the fourth 98 1, 71 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The general division of time into day 99 1, 74 | the notion of a soul in general; for it belongs to ~the 100 1, 75 | the nature of a thing ~in general will be impossible. But 101 1, 76 | THE POWERS OF THE SOUL IN GENERAL (EIGHT ARTICLES)~We proceed 102 1, 76 | of the ~soul; first, in general, secondly, in particular. 103 1, 77 | not distinct from touch in general, but only from the species ~ 104 1, 79 | THE APPETITIVE POWERS IN GENERAL (TWO ARTICLES)~Next we consider 105 1, 79 | the appetitive powers in general; second, ~sensuality; third, 106 1, 79 | which is the ~desirable in general, we should not assign some 107 1, 81 | is good ~and the end in general, and each power is directed 108 1, 84 | definition of a line in ~general: for it is manifest that 109 1, 85 | imagination, except in a general ~way and in their universal 110 1, 85 | knowledge of the future in a general way, we ~must observe that 111 1, 88 | would be imperfect, and of a general and confused nature. We ~ 112 1, 88 | perfect, would be confused and general. Therefore to make it ~possible 113 1, 88 | perfect knowledge, but only a ~general and confused kind of knowledge. 114 1, 88 | proper knowledge, ~but in a general and confused manner.~Aquin.: 115 1, 90 | perfectly disposed as to the general situation of his ~body. 116 1, 91 | regards human nature in ~general, woman is not misbegotten, 117 1, 91 | work of generation. Now the general intention of ~nature depends 118 1, 92 | as it is something more general than image, ~as we have 119 1, 92 | distinct from "image" in the general ~notion of "likeness" (for 120 1, 92 | conditions subsequent to general notions of ~being, such 121 1, 95 | mastership is referred in a general sense to ~any kind of subject; 122 1, 96 | passion" can be taken in ~a general sense for any kind of change, 123 1, 97 | because, having received the general Divine command relative 124 1, 99 | say this according to the general law; for it may be otherwise 125 1, 101 | ad lit. viii, 1): "Three general ~opinions prevail about 126 1, 102 | GOVERNMENT OF THINGS IN GENERAL (EIGHT ARTICLES)~Having 127 1, 102 | government of things in general; (2) in particular, the 128 1, 102 | army ~is ordered to the general, as stated in Metaph. xii, 129 1, 102 | God. Thus there are, in ~general, two effects of the government. 130 1, 102 | only ~give his attention to general principles, but who can 131 1, 102 | only, but ~of all being in general, it is impossible for anything 132 1, 102 | providence in two ~ways: in general, inasmuch as it proceeds 133 1, 104 | says (De Anima iii, 11), a general assertion does ~not move 134 1, 107 | only distinguish it in a ~general way, and only as regards 135 1, 107 | distinguish their orders in a general ~way, placing the heavenly 136 1, 107 | offices and orders ~in a general way, so as to place many 137 1, 109 | distinguished by their general offices. Hence as according 138 1, 109 | collecting the dust in the general ~resurrection, or by doing 139 1, 111 | said that according to the ~general law the superior angels 140 1, 114 | of cases, especially in a general way. But not in particular 141 1, 116 | consider that action (in general) and secondly in ~regard 142 1, 116 | are of ~things known in a general and confused manner; but 143 1, 118 | in two ways: ~firstly, in general according to the species; 144 1, 118 | true nature considered in general; individual signate matter, 145 1, 118 | the true human nature in general, but to the true human nature 146 1, 118 | consider the human nature in general: but not ~if we consider 147 2, 1 | consider (1) the last end in general; (2) happiness.~Aquin.: 148 2, 2 | Body Para. 2/2~Now four general reasons may be given to 149 2, 3 | considered happiness in ~general: for considered thus it 150 2, 3 | which is the end of the general, ~who moves all the men. 151 2, 5 | Para. 2/3~First, from the general notion of happiness. For 152 2, 5 | reasons. First, from the ~general notion of happiness. For 153 2, 5 | of the whole army to the ~general. But the mutual order of 154 2, 5 | First according ~to the general notion of happiness: and 155 2, 5 | desires happiness. For the general notion of happiness consists 156 2, 5 | know not in ~what thing the general notion of happiness is found. 157 2, 5 | perfect ~good, which is the general notion of happiness: and 158 2, 6 | should consider first the general principles; and secondly ~ 159 2, 6 | 2/5~In treating of the general principles, the points that 160 2, 6 | voluntary and involuntary in general; ~secondly, those acts which 161 2, 6 | sense, ~ignorance of the general principles of law, which 162 2, 9 | Phys. ii, 2). Now good in general, which has the nature of 163 2, 10 | 2/2~Now this is good in general, to which the will tends 164 2, 10 | the intellect, some one ~general thing corresponds to it, 165 2, 10 | there corresponds some one general thing, which is the ~true, 166 2, 10 | thing is." And under good in general are ~included many particular 167 2, 13 | determinate ~to one thing in general, viz. the good, according 168 2, 14 | bread or iron: and also any general statements known either 169 2, 16 | Augustine is speaking of use in general, in so far as it ~implies 170 2, 16 | just as, speaking in a general sense, one may be said to ~ 171 2, 18 | AND EVIL OF HUMAN ACTS, IN GENERAL (ELEVEN ARTICLES)~We must 172 2, 18 | and evil of human acts, in general; the second, of ~the good 173 2, 18 | derived from the end, is more ~general; and that the difference 174 2, 18 | we say here that evil, in general, is all that is ~repugnant 175 2, 19 | OBJ 1: We can know in a general way what God wills. For 176 2, 21 | matters, it is directed to the general end of all human life. Now 177 2, 21 | end is subordinate to the general end. Since therefore sin 178 2, 21 | by a departure from the general end of ~human life: and 179 2, 21 | the order of reason to the general end of ~human life, sin 180 2, 21 | order of ~reason to the general end of human life. Wherefore 181 2, 22 | passions of the soul: first, in general; ~secondly, in particular. 182 2, 22 | particular. Taking them in general, there are four things to ~ 183 2, 22 | three ways. First, in a ~general way, according as whatever 184 2, 25 | passions, because they are general passions; ~and this is true, 185 2, 26 | The object of love is more general than the object of ~dilection: 186 2, 27 | some respect, either in ~a general way, or in some one of its 187 2, 27 | through having a certain general knowledge of them: for ~ 188 2, 28 | are speaking of love in a general sense, ~inasmuch as it includes 189 2, 29 | object of ~hatred, neither in general nor in particular. Being 190 2, 29 | particular. Being and truth in general ~cannot be the object of 191 2, 29 | directed to a ~thing in general; for everybody hates the 192 2, 29 | be directed to a thing in general."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[29] A[ 193 2, 33 | possessed; secondly, in general, as excluding ~distaste.~ 194 2, 41 | is ~not a special but a general passion.~Aquin.: SMT FS 195 2, 41 | however, as though it were a general passion.~Aquin.: SMT FS 196 2, 46 | that, A thing is said to be general in two ways. First, by ~ 197 2, 46 | predication; thus "animal" is general in respect of all animals. ~ 198 2, 46 | causality; thus the sun is the general cause of all things ~generated 199 2, 46 | first way, anger is not a general passion but is ~condivided 200 2, 46 | way, love may be called a general ~passion, as Augustine declares ( 201 2, 46 | way, anger may be called a general passion, inasmuch ~as it 202 2, 46 | may refer to a ~thing in general or in particular. Anger, 203 2, 49 | QQ[49]-54)~OF HABITS IN GENERAL, AS TO THEIR SUBSTANCE ( 204 2, 49 | for us to consider them in general: in the second place ~we 205 2, 49 | 2/3~Concerning habits in general there are four points to 206 2, 49 | argument takes "to have" in the general sense: for ~thus it is common 207 2, 54 | something in common, i.e. some general objective aspect, so ~also 208 2, 55 | definition of virtue in general. And ~so for material cause 209 2, 55 | apply to all virtues in general, whether acquired or ~infused.~ 210 2, 55 | virtue, is not good ~in general which is convertible with 211 2, 58 | and this, not merely in general, but also ~in particular); 212 2, 60 | operations agree in ~one general notion of justice, which 213 2, 60 | to the common good is a ~general virtue through its act of 214 2, 61 | called ~principal, being general, as it were, in comparison 215 2, 61 | each of these virtues is general in ~comparison to other 216 2, 61 | them as signifying certain ~general conditions of the human 217 2, 61 | commendation is given to that general condition from which ~the 218 2, 61 | taken ~to denote certain general conditions of virtue, or 219 2, 61 | Reply OBJ 3: These four general conditions of virtue set 220 2, 62 | understood either of love in the general sense, or of the love of ~ 221 2, 63 | above (Q[51], AA[2],3) in a general way ~about the production 222 2, 65 | them according to certain general properties ~of the virtues: 223 2, 65 | perfect man as regards his general ~state, in other words, 224 2, 66 | four virtues to be four general ~properties of virtues, 225 2, 67 | them; except ~speaking in a general way, in so far as any expectation 226 2, 67 | created good; ~nor in its general signification. Because the 227 2, 68 | applies to virtue taken in its general ~sense. Consequently, if 228 2, 70 | taken in two ways. First, in general: and in this way the fruits 229 2, 70 | Holy Ghost considered in general are contrary to the works 230 2, 71 | are evil. Therefore sin in general should not ~be defined as 231 2, 73 | Further, concupiscence is a general cause of sin; wherefore 232 2, 75 | OF THE CAUSES OF SIN, IN GENERAL (FOUR ARTICLES) ~We must 233 2, 75 | the causes of sin: (1) in general; (2) in ~particular. Under 234 2, 77 | the appetitive power in general (De ~Anima iii, text. 54). 235 2, 77 | knowledge of something in general, to form a contrary judgment 236 2, 77 | while knowing something in general, were to pronounce ~an opposite 237 2, 77 | he who knows something in general, e.g. that "no fornication 238 2, 77 | is ~lawful," knows this general proposition to contain, 239 2, 77 | man has some knowledge in general, e.g. that no ~fornication 240 2, 77 | correct knowledge not only in general but also in particular, 241 2, 77 | particular what he knows in general, in so ~far as the passions 242 2, 77 | contrary to what man knows in general. Thirdly, by way of ~bodily 243 2, 77 | knowledge which it has in general.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[77] A[ 244 2, 82 | inordinateness may be called ~by the general name of concupiscence. Hence 245 2, 83 | wisdom, does not overlook the general order of ~things (which 246 2, 84 | special sin, but ~rather that general condition of every sin, 247 2, 85 | Reply OBJ 4: Speaking in a general way, every passion can be 248 2, 90 | consider: (1) Law itself in general; (2) its ~parts. Concerning 249 2, 90 | parts. Concerning law in general three points offer themselves 250 2, 90 | Now he says this of all in general. Therefore ~anyone can make 251 2, 91 | the natural law, as from general and indemonstrable principles, 252 2, 91 | the knowledge of ~certain general principles, but not proper 253 2, 91 | law, according to certain general principles, but not as regards 254 2, 91 | impressed on it by nature, are general rules and measures of ~all 255 2, 91 | directs man by way of certain general ~precepts, common to both 256 2, 92 | punishment." ~For "every law is a general precept," as the jurist 257 2, 94 | there is necessity in the general principles, the ~more we 258 2, 94 | detail, but only as to the general principles: and where there 259 2, 94 | evident that, as regards the general principles whether ~of speculative 260 2, 94 | that the natural law, as to general principles, ~is the same 261 2, 94 | conclusions, as it were, of those ~general principles, it is the same 262 2, 94 | are naturally just, not as general principles, but as conclusions ~ 263 2, 94 | law, first, certain most general precepts, that are known 264 2, 94 | principles. As to those ~general principles, the natural 265 2, 94 | hindered from applying the ~general principle to a particular 266 2, 95 | as conclusions from the general principles of the ~natural 267 2, 95 | that whereby, in the ~arts, general forms are particularized 268 2, 95 | needs to determine the general form of a house to some 269 2, 95 | therefore derived from the general principles of the ~natural 270 2, 95 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The general principles of the natural 271 2, 96 | therefore in human acts no general proposition can be so ~certain 272 2, 96 | should be framed not in general but for individual cases.~ 273 2, 96 | are laid down simply in a ~general way: and these are the general 274 2, 96 | general way: and these are the general laws. Of these he says that " 275 2, 96 | through being applications of general laws to particular cases: 276 2, 96 | actions; whereas law is a ~general precept, as stated above ( 277 2, 96 | would be hurtful to the general welfare, it should not be ~ 278 2, 96 | for public welfare as a general rule: but, it were to happen 279 2, 97 | what is done contrary to general custom, even in slight matters, 280 2, 97 | acting in compliance with the general law.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[97] 281 2, 97 | that he directs how some general precept is to be fulfilled 282 2, 97 | to ~the common weal as a general rule, is not good for a 283 2, 97 | dispensed from observing the general law, ~this should not be 284 2, 97 | law, so far as it contains general precepts, which ~never fail, 285 2, 97 | are as conclusions of the general precepts, man sometimes 286 2, 98 | angels. And besides ~the general reason given by Dionysius ( 287 2, 98 | which he makes for all in general. But if he orders certain 288 2, 98 | the people, since it is a ~general precept, as stated above ( 289 2, 99 | of the natural ~law are general, and require to be determined: 290 2, 99 | the determination of the general precepts ~of that justice 291 2, 99 | they are determinations of general precepts. This ~explains 292 2, 99 | The act of justice, in general, belongs to the moral ~precepts; 293 2, 100 | of them by means of these general first principles: ~while 294 2, 100 | gathered at once from the first general ~principles: and those also 295 2, 100 | the decalogue: viz. first general ~principles, for they need 296 2, 100 | different ways. For the first general principles are contained 297 2, 100 | principles are the first general principles of ~the natural 298 2, 100 | these, as conclusions to general principles.~Aquin.: SMT 299 2, 100 | For just as ~the first general principles of the natural 300 2, 100 | both in particular and in ~general. In particular, as to those 301 2, 100 | honoring ~one's parents. In general, as to all men, by doing 302 2, 100 | or a determination of a general moral precept; ~thus the 303 2, 100 | idolatry by reason of the general ~custom of the nations. 304 2, 100 | the ~determinations of the general moral precepts belong to 305 2, 100 | ceremonial precepts: and the general moral precepts are contained 306 2, 100 | judicial precepts, either in general or also in particular, ~ 307 2, 100 | itself according to that "general justice" which is ~"every 308 2, 102 | but the former, ~a more general and a coarser kind of nourishment; 309 2, 102 | worship of God belonged in a general way to the whole people; 310 2, 102 | concerned the whole people in general; while ~others belonged 311 2, 102 | brought about - for all in general, by circumcision, without 312 2, 102 | for the whole community in general, or also for the sins of ~ 313 2, 102 | in the ministry. ~All in general used to be purified by washing 314 2, 102 | consecration. This indeed ~is the general reason of ornate garments. 315 2, 103 | Consequently, as among men in general there were certain judicial ~ 316 2, 104 | shall ~consider them in general; in the second place we 317 2, 105 | things pertaining to the ~general well-being of the people. 318 2, 108 | occasion when He was giving the general points of His doctrine. ~ 319 2, 108 | be reduced to these three general and perfect ~counsels.~Aquin.: 320 2, 108 | absolutely the greater good in ~general are fixed: and to these 321 2, 109 | reasons: first, for the general reason that ~no created 322 2, 110 | reconciliation do not pertain ~to general peace, but that the special 323 2, 111 | is distinguished from the general ~working of miracles because 324 2, 113 | whereas justice implies a general ~rectitude of order. Hence 325 2, 113 | soul goes on ~to have a general movement of detestation 326 2, 114 | said regarding morals in general.~ 327 2, 1 | shown above. Secondly, in general, that is, under ~the common 328 2, 1 | symbol was drawn us by a general council. Now such ~a council 329 2, 1 | Church, such as to convoke a general ~council and so forth.~Aquin.: 330 2, 1 | for this decision of the general council did not take away 331 2, 2 | three ways. First, in a ~general way for any kind of actual 332 2, 2 | knowledge of God may be more general. For many are unable to 333 2, 4 | treating of human acts in general.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[4] A[3] 334 2, 4 | special virtue, but is a general condition of every virtue; 335 2, 8 | manifests only ~certain general principles, which are known 336 2, 10 | Para. 1/3 - OF UNBELIEF IN GENERAL (TWELVE ARTICLES)~In due 337 2, 10 | consider (1) unbelief in general; (2) heresy; ~(3) apostasy 338 2, 10 | lxxxix in ~Joan.): "Under the general name, He refers to a singularly 339 2, 10 | heretics. Hence we ~may, in a general way, reckon these three 340 2, 11 | have said about acts in general (FS, Q[18], A[7]). ~Wherefore, 341 2, 11 | treating of ~unbelievers in general.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[11] A[ 342 2, 12 | THE SIN OF BLASPHEMY, IN GENERAL (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must 343 2, 12 | faith; and (1) blasphemy in general, (2) that blasphemy ~which 344 2, 13 | sin, but a condition or general ~circumstance of sin, which 345 2, 13 | not a special sin, but a ~general condition of sin: whereas, 346 2, 16 | quality; yet, under the general notion of the perfect good, 347 2, 21 | both, since they are like general ~principles of the whole 348 2, 22 | definition of ~virtue in general. Therefore charity is not 349 2, 22 | Thou shalt love" is ~"a general commandment," and "Thou 350 2, 22 | Thou shalt not covet," "a general ~prohibition." Therefore 351 2, 22 | Therefore charity is a general virtue.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 352 2, 22 | On the contrary, Nothing general is enumerated together with 353 2, 22 | of love is said to be a general command, ~because all other 354 2, 23 | this subject, both from the general point of view of form in ~ 355 2, 24 | 2: Love regards good in general, whereas honor regards the ~ 356 2, 24 | these reasons refer in a general ~way to friendship, which 357 2, 24 | standpoints: first, under ~the general notion of friendship, and 358 2, 24 | there of charity under the general notion of ~friendship: and 359 2, 24 | to their ~nature, but in general: and in this sense charity 360 2, 24 | given to our neighbor in general.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[25] A[ 361 2, 24 | inwardly love our enemies ~in general, but not individually, except 362 2, 24 | shown to our ~neighbors in general, as when we pray for all 363 2, 27 | not a special vice, but a general source of the ~vices, as 364 2, 27 | from a special, but from a general vice. On the other hand 365 2, 29 | two ways, first under the general aspect of good, ~and this 366 2, 29 | belongs to beneficence in general, and is an act of friendship, ~ 367 2, 29 | Therefore beneficence in its general ~acceptation is an act of 368 2, 29 | of beneficence belongs in general to friendship or charity. 369 2, 29 | the benefit ~bestowed, the general aspect of good, so does 370 2, 29 | individual, at least to all in general, as when we ~pray for all, 371 2, 29 | possible to decide, by any general rule, ~which of them we 372 2, 29 | impossible to lay down a general rule.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[31] 373 2, 29 | received; and here again no ~general rule can laid down.~Aquin.: 374 2, 31 | takes ~justice as denoting a general virtue, as we shall state 375 2, 31 | to all our ~neighbors in general, whether those favors be 376 2, 31 | observed by ~religious in general are contrary to the precepts 377 2, 31 | sometimes commands either all in general, or someone in ~particular, 378 2, 31 | be addressed to ~all in general, or to some particular individual. 379 2, 33 | since spiritual good is a general kind of object, which ~virtue 380 2, 33 | take ~spiritual good in a general way, sloth will not be a 381 2, 37 | wherefore if one ~were to ask in general which of two sins is the 382 2, 38 | reasons. The first reason is a general one, ~because, to wit, warlike 383 2, 45 | number which occur as a general rule, and the knowledge 384 2, 45 | were treating of virtues in general, "virtue is that which makes 385 2, 45 | definition of virtue in general, since ~virtue is defined ( 386 2, 45 | definition of virtue in general, but of moral ~virtue, the 387 2, 47 | it for {eustochia}, in ~general, hence he says: "Shrewdness 388 2, 48 | the king, but under a more general aspect, as by his ~subjects 389 2, 48 | directed to a good life in general": whereas domestic prudence 390 2, 48 | prudence is "a good life in general" as regards the ~conduct 391 2, 48 | regard to "a ~good life in general" as regards the conduct 392 2, 49 | judging well according to general law {gnome}, ~respectively.]~ 393 2, 49 | which is "a good life in general" [*Ethic. vi, 5]: for counsel 394 2, 49 | judging well according to general law) is a special ~virtue?~ 395 2, 49 | judging well according to general ~law) is not a special virtue 396 2, 49 | judging well according to general law).~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[51] 397 2, 49 | judging well according to general law) is a special virtue.~ 398 2, 49 | judging according to ~general law), and which denotes 399 2, 49 | judging well according to general ~law), which denotes a certain 400 2, 51 | is reckoned one of the ~general causes of sin. Much more 401 2, 51 | vice or sin may be styled general in two ways; first, ~absolutely, 402 2, 51 | because, to wit, it is general in respect of all sins; ~ 403 2, 51 | secondly, because it is general in respect of certain vices, 404 2, 51 | a vice may be said to be general on two ~counts: first, essentially, 405 2, 51 | way imprudence is not a general sin, as neither is prudence 406 2, 51 | as neither is prudence a ~general virtue: since it is concerned 407 2, 51 | this way imprudence is ~a general sin: for, just as all the 408 2, 51 | other hand, a sin be called general, not simply but in some ~ 409 2, 51 | sin, then ~imprudence is a general sin. For it contains various 410 2, 51 | judging well according to general law) refer, there is ~"thoughtlessness"; 411 2, 51 | it is reckoned one of the general causes of sin. On ~the other 412 2, 53 | that "guile" ~belongs in general to the execution of craftiness, 413 2, 56 | subject?~(5) Whether it is a general virtue?~(6) Whether, as 414 2, 56 | virtue?~(6) Whether, as a general virtue, it is essentially 415 2, 56 | these obey reason; and in general in so far as to each ~part 416 2, 56 | 1 ~Whether justice is a general virtue?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 417 2, 56 | seem that justice is not a general virtue. For justice ~is 418 2, 56 | and fortitude." Now the "general" ~is not specified or reckoned 419 2, 56 | contained under ~the same "general." Therefore justice is not 420 2, 56 | Therefore justice is not a general virtue.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 421 2, 56 | fortitude is ~reckoned to be a general virtue. Therefore neither 422 2, 56 | in any ~way be reckoned a general virtue.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 423 2, 56 | one's neighbor cannot be a general sin, ~because it is condivided 424 2, 56 | Therefore ~neither is justice a general virtue.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 425 2, 56 | relations ~with others in general, in so far as a man who 426 2, 56 | that ~justice is called a general virtue. And since it belongs 427 2, 56 | which is in this way styled general, is called "legal ~justice," 428 2, 56 | other virtues, ~not as a general but as a special virtue, 429 2, 56 | Hence justice can be a general virtue ~rather than temperance 430 2, 56 | common good, may be called a general virtue: and ~in like manner 431 2, 56 | injustice may be called a general sin; hence it is written ~( 432 2, 56 | 1~Whether justice, as a general virtue, is essentially the 433 2, 56 | seem that justice, as a general virtue, is essentially ~ 434 2, 56 | that does not ~belong to general justice, which directs to 435 2, 56 | good; and so it ~seems that general justice is essentially the 436 2, 56 | virtue of a good citizen is general justice, whereby a ~man 437 2, 56 | the common good. Therefore general justice is not the ~same 438 2, 56 | not the ~same as virtue in general, and it is possible to have 439 2, 56 | A thing is said to be "general" in two ways. First, by ~" 440 2, 56 | predication": thus "animal" is general in relation to man and horse 441 2, 56 | this sense that which is general must needs be ~essentially 442 2, 56 | relation to which it is general, ~for the reason that the 443 2, 56 | Secondly a thing is said to be general ~"virtually"; thus a universal 444 2, 56 | thus a universal cause is general in relation to all its ~ 445 2, 56 | need ~for that which is "general" to be essentially the same 446 2, 56 | relation to which it is general, since cause and effect 447 2, 56 | justice is said to be a general virtue, ~in as much, to 448 2, 56 | charity may be called a general virtue in so far as it directs ~ 449 2, 56 | nevertheless virtually ~general. Speaking in this way, legal 450 2, 56 | is a particular besides a general justice?~Aquin.: SMT SS 451 2, 56 | not a particular besides a general ~justice. For there is nothing 452 2, 56 | is ~there in nature. Now general justice directs man sufficiently 453 2, 56 | between the individual and the general public stands the ~household 454 2, 56 | Consequently, if in addition to general justice ~there is a particular 455 2, 56 | He signifies either the general virtue, or the particular 456 2, 56 | the matter of justice is general and not special.~Aquin.: 457 2, 56 | matter; secondly, as certain general modes of virtue. In this ~ 458 2, 56 | the matter of justice is general.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[58] A[ 459 2, 57 | contemns; and yet it is a general vice, as regards the ~intention, 460 2, 59 | Reply OBJ 2: Equality is the general form of justice, wherein ~ 461 2, 63 | the right of disposing in general of the actions and of ~the 462 2, 64 | compensation: but he sins against ~general justice by disregarding 463 2, 65 | fact. Wherefore just as a general law should have ~coercive 464 2, 65 | knowledge comes to him both in ~general and in particular - in general 465 2, 65 | general and in particular - in general through the public laws, 466 2, 69 | lawful for a soldier, ~or a general to lay ambushes in a just 467 2, 77 | speak of good and evil in general, it belongs to ~every virtue 468 2, 77 | neighbor; while it belongs ~to general justice to do good in relation 469 2, 77 | quasi-integral parts of general or of ~special justice, 470 2, 77 | were ~treating of sins in general. Therefore omission is not 471 2, 78 | particular cases beside the general laws, he mentions "common 472 2, 79 | may be given to all in ~general who worship God, yet in 473 2, 79 | prove that ~religion is a general virtue, but that it commands 474 2, 79 | whereas sanctity is a ~general virtue, because it makes 475 2, 79 | justice is said to be a ~general virtue, in so far as it 476 2, 81 | to love our enemies in general is a matter of precept, 477 2, 81 | exclude ~our enemies from the general prayers which we offer up 478 2, 81 | Reply OBJ 2: "Prayer" in the general sense includes all the things ~ 479 2, 84 | reason. Hence taken in a general sense this ~obligation remains.~ 480 2, 84 | a special favor, so by a general favor He bestowed the ~lordship 481 2, 85 | OBJ 3: Further, it is the general custom in certain countries 482 2, 87 | itself and considered in ~general, may be morally evil and 483 2, 87 | for this too belongs in ~general to the Pope in all matters 484 2, 91 | if it be contrary to the general ~custom - which, according 485 2, 92 | OBJ 4: It was owing to the general custom among the Gentiles 486 2, 92 | being ~in harmony with the general custom. Thus Augustine ( 487 2, 93 | limbs, ~this belongs in general to "augury," which is so 488 2, 93 | aforesaid there is the same general, but not the ~same special, 489 2, 93 | whence divination takes its general formality. But the various ~ 490 2, 97 | Therefore sacrilege is a general sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[99] 491 2, 98 | since the holding of the General Council ~[*Fourth Lateran 492 2, 99 | But legal justice is a general virtue, according to the 493 2, 99 | more ~of the character of a general virtue than piety has.~Aquin.: 494 2, 102 | obedience. But disobedience is a general sin, because ~Ambrose says ( 495 2, 102 | Therefore obedience is a general virtue, comprising many ~ 496 2, 102 | then obedience ~will be a general virtue, and disobedience 497 2, 102 | virtue, and disobedience a general sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[104] 498 2, 102 | a soldier must obey his general in matters ~relating to 499 2, 104 | excels in dignity, from whom ~general favors proceed; fourthly 500 2, 106 | force, or wrong, ~and in general whatever is obscure" [*'


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