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honesty 85
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honorabilis 1
honorable 33
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646 beatitude
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | learned to ~hold in such honor as to believe their authors 2 1, 23 | and some, indeed, unto honor, but some unto ~dishonor." 3 1, 64 | we say that the bishop's honor is not lessened while he 4 1, 65 | we say that the bishop's honor is not lessened while he 5 1, 88 | whether his children come to honor or dishonor."~Aquin.: SMT 6 1, 97 | 13: "Man, when he was in honor, did not understand; ~he 7 1, 114 | to them in token of ~the honor due to God, of which they 8 1, 116 | Lest you give to men the honor due to God." Therefore to 9 1, 116 | a ~master is properly an honor due to God. But it belongs 10 2, 2 | in wealth?~(2) Whether in honor?~(3) Whether in fame or 11 2, 2 | says ~(Ethic. i, 9). But honor more than anything else 12 2, 2 | happiness consists especially in honor.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[2] A[2] 13 2, 2 | perfect good. ~But that is honor, as the Philosopher says ( 14 2, 2 | To . . . the only God be honor and glory." ~Therefore happiness 15 2, 2 | Therefore happiness consists in honor. ~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[2] A[ 16 2, 2 | more desirable to man than honor: since man suffers loss 17 2, 2 | he should suffer loss of honor. Therefore ~happiness consists 18 2, 2 | Therefore ~happiness consists in honor.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[2] A[2] 19 2, 2 | Happiness is in the happy. But honor is not in the ~honored, 20 2, 2 | happiness does not consist in honor.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[2] A[2] 21 2, 2 | happiness to consist in honor. For ~honor is given to 22 2, 2 | to consist in honor. For ~honor is given to a man on account 23 2, 2 | happiness. And therefore ~honor can result from happiness, 24 2, 2 | Philosopher says (Ethic. i, 5), honor is not that ~reward of virtue, 25 2, 2 | virtuous work: but they receive honor ~from men by way of reward, " 26 2, 2 | whereas if they worked for honor, it would no longer be a ~ 27 2, 2 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Honor is due to God and to persons 28 2, 2 | already existing: not that honor makes ~them excellent.~Aquin.: 29 2, 2 | OBJ 3: That man desires honor above all else, arises from 30 2, 2 | for happiness, from which honor results, as stated above. ~ 31 2, 21 | does not ~give God the honor due to Him as our last end. 32 2, 28 | whatever is contrary to the honor or will of ~God; according 33 2, 31 | rather than suffer loss of honor which is an intellectual 34 2, 32 | something good--riches, honor, or the like; which would 35 2, 47 | OBJ 2: Further, desire for honor and grief for a slight belong 36 2, 47 | dumb animals do not desire honor. Therefore they are ~not 37 2, 47 | dumb animal does not seek honor as such, yet it ~naturally 38 2, 48 | man who is possessed of honor or wealth, suffers a loss ~ 39 2, 60 | himself, is like money and honor; the ~former, by its very 40 2, 60 | that good which we call honor, taken absolutely, as the ~ 41 2, 60 | philotimia}], ~i.e. "love of honor": while if we consider it 42 2, 70 | flowers are the fruits of honor ~and riches."~Aquin.: SMT 43 2, 84 | viz. the excellence of honor and ~praise, and this good 44 2, 91 | 21: "Man, when he was in honor, did ~not understand: he 45 2, 98 | verse 4) He had said: "Honor thy ~father and mother," 46 2, 100 | or ~not to be done: e.g. "Honor thy father and thy mother," 47 2, 100 | before the hoary head, and honor the person of ~the aged 48 2, 100 | negative precepts; e.g. "Honor thy father and thy mother," 49 2, 100 | our ~neighbor; the first, "Honor thy father and thy mother"; 50 2, 100 | other: thus that man should honor his ~parents does not include 51 2, 100 | his not giving sovereign honor to another: and this is 52 2, 100 | precepts; one ~about the honor due to parents, the other 53 2, 100 | the law, who ~gives due honor to his parents and yet has 54 2, 100 | that this commandment, "Honor thy father," does not mean 55 2, 100 | not mean that a man must ~honor his father from charity, 56 2, 100 | but merely that he must honor him. ~Wherefore he that 57 2, 100 | and mother, is bound to honor them from charity, not in 58 2, 100 | virtue ~of the precept, "Honor thy father and mother," 59 2, 100 | commandment prescribing the honor due to parents, is added ~ 60 2, 100 | before the hoary head, and honor the person of the aged man"; 61 2, 101 | using ~those figures to the honor of God.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 62 2, 101 | which are offered up in honor ~of God. The instruments 63 2, 102 | holocausts were offered up in honor of God, so ~also were the 64 2, 102 | of his own belongings in honor of God, as ~though in recognition 65 2, 102 | for one part was burnt in honor of God; another part was ~ 66 2, 102 | the foot of the altar, in honor of God, while the fat was ~ 67 2, 102 | the fat burnt up in His honor. ~Fourthly, in order to 68 2, 102 | because ~all were burnt in honor of God, and nothing of it 69 2, 102 | sacrifices and gifts, in honor of God, and for the upkeep 70 2, 102 | been constructed to the honor of God, ~there was no longer 71 2, 102 | and Priapus, which gave honor to that part of the body. ~ 72 2, 102 | the cutting of oneself in honor ~of idols: and such was 73 2, 102 | down uncovered vessels in honor of the nocturnal ~deities 74 2, 102 | gathered round it to eat in honor of the ~idols. Likewise 75 2, 102 | around it for a banquet in honor of the idols, to whom they 76 2, 102 | because idolaters ate it in honor of their gods; and because 77 2, 102 | it used to ~be burnt in honor of God; and, again, because 78 2, 102 | to the ~priesthood, the honor of which would seem to be 79 2, 103 | proper to them to offer up in honor of God ~those things which 80 2, 103 | because they ~thought that the honor due to God demanded that 81 2, 105 | become a priest: since ~honor was given to them out of 82 2, 105 | competent to ~receive the honor due to a father, especially 83 2, 105 | were marked with special honor, ~as the Philosopher remarks ( 84 2, 107 | extrinsic rewards, such as honor, ~riches, or the like. Hence 85 2, 108 | ambition for renown and honor. Now the Law did not ~promise 86 2, 2 | of charity, i.e. to the ~honor of God or the good of our 87 2, 3 | purpose is to give outward honor to God, which is the end 88 2, 3 | would deprive God of due honor, or ~our neighbor of a service 89 2, 3 | Consequently when God's honor and our neighbor's good 90 2, 10 | their masters worthy of all ~honor": and it is clear that he 91 2, 10 | saying that servants ~should honor their masters, adds, "lest 92 2, 11 | source of their name and ~honor, against whose authority 93 2, 11 | limits according as God's honor or our neighbor's good demands.~ 94 2, 12 | and strives to hinder the honor due to God, and this ~is 95 2, 12 | intends to do harm to God's honor, ~absolutely speaking, he 96 2, 21 | a precept concerning the honor due to parents, but not 97 2, 24 | to be honored." Now the honor due to God, which is known 98 2, 24 | is distinct from the honor due to a creature, and known 99 2, 24 | good in general, whereas honor regards the ~honored person' 100 2, 24 | good common to all, whereas honor is distinguished ~according 101 2, 24 | God we give the singular honor of latria on account of 102 2, 24 | their preservation, to God's honor and man's use; ~thus too 103 2, 25 | special ~precept about the honor due to our parents (Ex. 104 2, 25 | means of living . . . and to honor them."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 105 2, 25 | submission of respect and ~honor, whereas that due to the 106 2, 25 | parents consists chiefly in honor: while ~that of parents 107 2, 25 | for our good and for His honor. Wherefore since our father 108 2, 25 | to the father to ~receive honor from his children, and to 109 2, 26 | be honored." For just as honor is ~bestowed on a man in 110 2, 29 | us to benefit God, but to honor Him by obeying Him, while 111 2, 29 | children's love tends to honor their ~parents. Nevertheless 112 2, 31 | to the precept about the ~honor due to parents.~Aquin.: 113 2, 31 | that when a man finds his ~honor lost, he puts no curb on 114 2, 32 | God (Ex. 20:12) we must honor our ~parents - as united 115 2, 34 | 10) that "those who love ~honor and glory are more envious." 116 2, 35 | good pertaining to God's honor, or our ~neighbor's profit, 117 2, 36 | about, viz. the primacy of honor; for they were not spiritual ~ 118 2, 37 | have episcopal power or honor."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[39] A[ 119 2, 42 | instance, this precept, ~"Honor thy father and thy mother," 120 2, 58 | for he is deemed worthy of honor from the very fact that 121 2, 60 | man loses ~his personal honor by being unjustly insulted. 122 2, 60 | one can, as in the case of honor due to God and our ~parents, 123 2, 60 | compensation either in money or in honor, ~the condition of either 124 2, 60 | instance, if having in view the honor of God ~or the good of the 125 2, 61 | it takes place in showing honor?~(4) Whether it takes place 126 2, 61 | rich man to a position of honor in the Church, to the exclusion 127 2, 61 | persons takes place in showing honor and respect?~Aquin.: SMT 128 2, 61 | not take place in ~showing honor and respect. For honor is 129 2, 61 | showing honor and respect. For honor is apparently nothing else 130 2, 61 | is ~written (Ex. 20:12): "Honor thy father and thy mother." 131 2, 61 | their ~masters worthy of all honor." Therefore it seems that 132 2, 61 | respect persons in showing honor.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[63] A[ 133 2, 61 | before the hoary ~head, and, honor the person of the aged man." 134 2, 61 | respect persons in ~showing honor.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[63] A[ 135 2, 61 | is respect of persons to ~honor the rich for their riches, 136 2, 61 | blunted, since in men we honor, not the nature ~wherein 137 2, 61 | not ~being a due cause of honor, this will savor of respect 138 2, 61 | respect persons in showing honor.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[63] A[ 139 2, 61 | not render him worthy of honor. Now this savors of ~respect 140 2, 61 | respect persons in showing ~honor.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[63] A[ 141 2, 61 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, To honor a person is to recognize 142 2, 61 | Mercury, so is he that giveth honor ~to a fool." For, since 143 2, 62 | 21: "Man, when he was in honor, did ~not understand; he 144 2, 65 | compensated by having his honor restored in the punishment 145 2, 70 | happens in two ways: for since honor results from excellence, 146 2, 70 | something against ~another's honor, thus bringing it to the 147 2, 70 | to the detriment of his honor, or of the ~respect due 148 2, 70 | against that other man's honor. In the ~former case it 149 2, 70 | to the detriment of his ~honor. Such faults are of three 150 2, 70 | indigence, so as to lessen the ~honor due to him for any kind 151 2, 70 | robbery, since a man loves his honor no ~less than his possessions. 152 2, 70 | through lust for one's own ~honor. Hence it is written (Prov. 153 2, 70 | danger of lust for one's own honor as there is when a man defends ~ 154 2, 71 | reviling is ~detrimental to the honor of the person reviled. On 155 2, 71 | injures directly, not his honor but his good name, in so ~ 156 2, 71 | reviler injuring a ~man's honor, the backbiter injuring 157 2, 72 | a ~friend is better than honor, and to be loved is better 158 2, 73 | derision ~affects either his honor, or his good name, or is 159 2, 73 | railer intends to injure the honor of ~the person he rails, 160 2, 73 | action, a man forfeits his honor and good name in the eyes ~ 161 2, 73 | persons is grievous, ~because honor is the reward of virtue, 162 2, 76 | duty bound by a ~point of honor, to repay anyone who has 163 2, 76 | sin, for he gives Divine honor to them) Augustine ~(Ep. 164 2, 78 | 53) in the "deference and honor rendered to those who excel ~ 165 2, 78 | because both reverential honor and obedience are due to 166 2, 79 | commands, directing them to the honor of God, because the virtue 167 2, 79 | to worship those whom we honor, and to ~cultivate [*In 168 2, 79 | Since, however, special honor is due to God as the ~first 169 2, 79 | to ~religion to pay due honor to someone, namely, to God, 170 2, 79 | be a father, where ~is My honor?" For it belongs to a father 171 2, 79 | the religion whereby we ~honor God is not a special virtue 172 2, 79 | dulia," ~or piety whereby we honor our neighbor. Therefore 173 2, 79 | directed, is to give due honor to God. Again, honor is ~ 174 2, 79 | due honor to God. Again, honor is ~due to someone under 175 2, 79 | Wherefore to Him is special honor due: even as ~in human affairs 176 2, 79 | affairs we see that different honor is due to different personal ~ 177 2, 79 | excellences, one kind of honor to a father, another to 178 2, 79 | far as it is done in God's honor, belongs ~to religion, not 179 2, 79 | good, but the object of honor and ~reverence is something 180 2, 79 | from the virtues whereby we honor our neighbor.~Aquin.: SMT 181 2, 79 | immediately ordered to the honor of God. Hence religion ~ 182 2, 79 | to pay God reverence and honor. ~Now it would savor of 183 2, 79 | answer that, We pay God honor and reverence, not for His 184 2, 79 | fact that we revere and honor ~God, our mind is subjected 185 2, 80 | to God, in so far as we honor God in His ~servants. But 186 2, 81 | happiness is granted thee, what honor bestowed on thee, when thou ~ 187 2, 81 | properly to ~religion to show honor to God, wherefore all those 188 2, 82 | worship are employed in doing honor to men, either through ~ 189 2, 82 | lest he should transfer the honor of his God to a ~man" (Esther 190 2, 82 | three Divine Persons, ~one honor and reverence is due to 191 2, 83 | should tender submission and honor, according to his ~mode, 192 2, 83 | sign of the subjection and honor due to Him, like those who 193 2, 83 | person is the greater the honor due to him ~from man. Now 194 2, 83 | latter pay them much greater honor, ~by prostrating before 195 2, 83 | ruler some special sign of honor, and that if ~this be shown 196 2, 83 | those who offer ~Divine honor to another than God.~Aquin.: 197 2, 83 | hence neither is equal honor ~due to them.~Aquin.: SMT 198 2, 83 | signification, for it is done in honor of ~the sovereign Ruler 199 2, 83 | outward actions in God's honor, as became those among ~ 200 2, 84 | is written (Prov. 3:9): "Honor the Lord with thy ~substance." 201 2, 84 | make an ~offering in God's honor out of the things he has 202 2, 86 | dispensation we should do so to honor Christ in Whose ~person 203 2, 87 | swear is to give very great honor." Now to show ~reverence 204 2, 87 | pertains to the ~reverence and honor of God, so that he offers 205 2, 87 | namely, ~reverence and honor.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[89] A[ 206 2, 87 | we do, we should do it in honor of God: ~wherefore there 207 2, 87 | perform our actions in God's honor ~that they may conduce to 208 2, 87 | direct something to the honor of God, so that for this 209 2, 87 | creatures with a Divine ~honor."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[89] A[ 210 2, 87 | something pertaining to ~God's honor or to the benefit of others: 211 2, 89 | owe Him reverence and the honor of ~latria; wherefore Ps. 212 2, 90 | which unduly gives divine honor to a creature. The second 213 2, 91 | we possibly can for God's honor, there will be no ~excess 214 2, 92 | superstition to give divine honor to whom ~that honor is not 215 2, 92 | divine honor to whom ~that honor is not due. Now divine honor 216 2, 92 | honor is not due. Now divine honor is undue to idols, just 217 2, 92 | since they held that divine honor ~should be paid to every 218 2, 92 | for a man to give royal honor to another ~than the true 219 2, 92 | for a man to give God's honor to a creature, since, so 220 2, 92 | the order of the divine honor, ~so by the sin against 221 2, 92 | derogatory to the divine honor, since they set up two gods 222 2, 92 | he gave other men divine ~honor, through either loving or 223 2, 93 | whether it be a possession, an honor, a ~dignity, a punishment, 224 2, 93 | Augustine says (Ep. ad Honor. ccxxviii), "If, at a time 225 2, 94 | s Prayer, so as to give honor to none but God ~the Creator 226 2, 94 | one do so with a mind to honor God alone, from Whom ~the 227 2, 95 | give to a creature the ~honor we owe to God.~Aquin.: SMT 228 2, 95 | to give to a creature the honor that belongs to the ~Creator."~ 229 2, 95 | is no comparison with the honor due to our parents, which 230 2, 97 | sovereign be worthy of honor." Now this seems to have 231 2, 97 | irreverence or dishonor. ~Now as "honor is in the person who honors 232 2, 97 | a royal robe, we pay it ~honor and homage, and if anyone 233 2, 98 | were ~decreed that this honor would be accorded to all 234 2, 99 | be a father, where is My honor?" ~Consequently the term 235 2, 99 | precept of the decalogue, "Honor thy father and ~mother," 236 2, 99 | prescribes only the giving of honor. ~Therefore it does not 237 2, 99 | homage" to reverence or honor, ~because, as Augustine 238 2, 99 | whose memory or presence we honor."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[101] 239 2, 99 | interpretation (Mt. 15:3-6) the ~honor due to our parents includes 240 2, 99 | paying one's ~parents the honor we owe them.~Aquin.: SMT 241 2, 100 | that we pay worship and honor to those who excel in some 242 2, 100 | dignity." But worship and ~honor are paid also by piety to 243 2, 100 | OBJ 2: Further, just as honor and worship are due to those 244 2, 100 | special virtue whereby we pay honor and ~worship to those who 245 2, 100 | whereby we pay worship and honor to those who excel in dignity, 246 2, 100 | observance, ~whereby worship and honor are paid to persons in positions 247 2, 100 | the payment of worship and honor to persons in positions 248 2, 100 | observance to pay worship and honor to those who ~are in positions 249 2, 100 | observance to pay worship and ~honor to persons in positions 250 2, 100 | persons whom we hold in honor, ~so that worship and honor 251 2, 100 | honor, ~so that worship and honor would seem to be the same. 252 2, 100 | observance as paying worship and honor to persons in ~positions 253 2, 100 | do ~not owe worship and honor to all persons in positions 254 2, 100 | defined as giving worship and honor to all.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 255 2, 100 | Further, not only do we owe honor to persons of dignity who 256 2, 100 | custom; fear to whom fear; ~honor to whom honor." Moreover, 257 2, 100 | whom fear; ~honor to whom honor." Moreover, we owe them 258 2, 100 | defined as paying worship and honor.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[102] A[ 259 2, 100 | that we pay worship and honor to those who excel in some 260 2, 100 | excellence there is due to him honor, which ~is the recognition 261 2, 100 | Worship includes not only honor, but also whatever other ~ 262 2, 100 | by law; and thus man owes honor and ~worship to those persons 263 2, 100 | that we owe worship and honor to persons in positions 264 2, 100 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Honor is due to the excellence 265 2, 100 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further honor and reverence are due to 266 2, 100 | first ~place after God. Now honor and reverence are paid to 267 2, 100 | OBJ 3: The rendering of honor or worship should be proportionate ~ 268 2, 100 | themselves, are more worthy of honor than the ~persons of one' 269 2, 100 | them, to pay worship and honor to their parents than ~to 270 2, 101 | dulia, whereby we pay honor and other things pertaining 271 2, 101 | of inquiry:~(1) Whether honor is a spiritual or a corporal 272 2, 101 | corporal thing?~(2) Whether honor is due to those only who 273 2, 101 | Whether dulia, which pays honor and worship to those who 274 2, 101 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether honor denotes something corporal?~ 275 2, 101 | 1 ~OBJ 1: It seems that honor does not denote something 276 2, 101 | something corporal. For honor ~is showing reverence in 277 2, 101 | A[2], ad 1). Therefore honor is something spiritual.~ 278 2, 101 | Philosopher (Ethic. iv, 3), "honor is ~the reward of virtue." 279 2, 101 | than the merit. Therefore honor does not consist of corporal ~ 280 2, 101 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, honor is distinct from praise, 281 2, 101 | external things. Therefore honor consists of ~things internal 282 2, 101 | exposition of 1 Tim. 5:3, "Honor widows ~that are widows 283 2, 101 | esteemed worthy of double honor" etc. says (Ep. ad Ageruch.): ~" 284 2, 101 | says (Ep. ad Ageruch.): ~"Honor here stands either for almsgiving 285 2, 101 | spiritual things. Therefore honor consists of ~corporal things.~ 286 2, 101 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Honor denotes a witnessing to 287 2, 101 | conscience suffices. wherefore ~honor, so far as God is concerned, 288 2, 101 | and the like. Accordingly honor ~consists of signs, external 289 2, 101 | Reverence is not the same as honor: but on the one hand it ~ 290 2, 101 | primary motive for showing honor, in so far as one man honors ~ 291 2, 101 | hand, it is ~the end of honor, in so far as a person is 292 2, 101 | Philosopher (Ethic. iv, 3), honor is not a ~sufficient reward 293 2, 101 | things can ~be greater than honor, since these corporal things 294 2, 101 | the house." ~In this sense honor is said to be the reward 295 2, 101 | Praise is distinguished from honor in two ways. First, ~because 296 2, 101 | of verbal signs, whereas honor consists of ~any external 297 2, 101 | that praise is included in honor. Secondly, ~because by paying 298 2, 101 | Secondly, ~because by paying honor to a person we bear witness 299 2, 101 | end. On the other hand, honor is given even to the best, 300 2, 101 | 2~Glory is the effect of honor and praise, since the result 301 2, 101 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether honor is properly due to those 302 2, 101 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that honor is not properly due to those 303 2, 101 | when the latter wished to honor him ~(Apoc. 22:10). Therefore 304 2, 101 | Apoc. 22:10). Therefore honor is not due to those who 305 2, 101 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, honor is due to a person in acknowledgment 306 2, 101 | not virtuous. Therefore honor is not due to them, as neither ~ 307 2, 101 | says (Rm. 12:10): "With honor preventing one ~another," 308 2, 101 | and we read (1 Pt. 2:17): "Honor all men." But this would 309 2, 101 | this would not ~be so if honor were due to those alone 310 2, 101 | are above us. Therefore honor ~is not due properly to 311 2, 101 | proclaimed in his presence: "This honor is he worthy of whom the 312 2, 101 | the king ~hath a mind to honor." Therefore honor is paid 313 2, 101 | mind to honor." Therefore honor is paid to those also who 314 2, 101 | seems, in consequence, that honor is not due properly ~to 315 2, 101 | says (Ethic. i, 12) that "honor is due ~to the best."~Aquin.: 316 2, 101 | As stated above (A[1]), honor is nothing but an ~acknowledgment 317 2, 101 | in relation to those who honor ~him, in the point of his 318 2, 101 | persons, and in this way honor is always ~due to a person, 319 2, 101 | excellent than those who ~honor him; it may suffice for 320 2, 101 | excellent than those who honor him in some ~respect and 321 2, 101 | pay him, not any kind of honor, ~but the honor of adoration 322 2, 101 | kind of honor, ~but the honor of adoration and latria, 323 2, 101 | forbade him to pay the honor of dulia, in order to indicate 324 2, 101 | minister, and because the honor ~paid to him is paid to 325 2, 101 | rather than treated with honor.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[103] A[ 326 2, 101 | all be on the alert to do honor to one another.~Aquin.: 327 2, 101 | Therefore dulia whereby we ~honor our neighbor is not a distinct 328 2, 101 | from latria with which we ~honor God.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[103] 329 2, 101 | the image. Now by dulia we honor a man as being made to ~ 330 2, 101 | they esteemed not the honor of holy souls, for God created 331 2, 101 | because by observance we ~honor all those who excel in dignity, 332 2, 101 | Accordingly we must reply that the honor or subjection of dulia regards ~ 333 2, 101 | species. For by dulia we show ~honor to our neighbor. Now different 334 2, 101 | and all the more since ~honor is shown to certain irrational 335 2, 101 | owes neither subjection nor honor to an irrational ~creature 336 2, 101 | the Cross of Christ, the honor we pay to it is the ~same 337 2, 101 | robe receives the ~same honor as the king himself, according 338 2, 102 | which pays worship and ~honor to a superior, and in this 339 2, 104 | from our parents. Now the honor which we pay to God in return 340 2, 104 | virtue of religion, and the honor with which we repay our 341 2, 104 | his ~benefactor, as such, honor and reverence, since the 342 2, 104 | showing him reverence and honor. Wherefore ~the Philosopher 343 2, 104 | abounds should be ~repaid with honor, he that is in want should 344 2, 110 | for the sake of glory or honor, sometimes for the sake 345 2, 110 | for the sake of glory or honor." Yet it is not always a 346 2, 111 | the ~desire of gain or honor: whereas irony arises from 347 2, 114 | deception to acquire undue honor or gain: while sometimes ~ 348 2, 116 | creature by ~paying it Divine honor, whereas the covetous man 349 2, 119 | Hence it belongs to piety to honor the saints, and ~not to 350 2, 119 | saints will ~also mutually honor one another. Now, however, 351 2, 120 | affirmatively in these ~words: "Honor thy father and thy mother." 352 2, 120 | of religion, whereby all honor God, be expressed ~affirmatively, 353 2, 120 | owe our parents not merely honor but also support. ~Therefore 354 2, 120 | Further, sometimes those who honor their parents die young, 355 2, 120 | on the contrary those who honor them not live a long time. 356 2, 120 | Reply OBJ 3: Reverential honor is due to one's parents 357 2, 120 | honoring ~our parents: and this honor, as a kind of principle, 358 2, 120 | is promised to those who honor their parents ~not only 359 2, 121 | to be obtained, such ~as honor, pleasure, or gain, or of 360 2, 121 | for alone she defends the honor of the virtues and guards 361 2, 122 | Divine authority thus to ~honor the memory of those holy 362 2, 122 | Cyprian: "It is easy ~to honor a martyr by singing his 363 2, 127 | and ~irascible parts. But honor is a concupiscible good 364 2, 127 | is about ~passions. But honor is not a passion. Therefore 365 2, 127 | that "magnanimity ~is about honor and dishonor."~Aquin.: SMT 366 2, 127 | things, and among ~these honor is the greatest simply, 367 2, 127 | because, in order to obtain honor even as to avoid shame, 368 2, 127 | that magnanimity regards honor, ~inasmuch, to wit, as honor 369 2, 127 | honor, ~inasmuch, to wit, as honor has the aspect of something 370 2, 127 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Although honor is neither a passion nor 371 2, 127 | hope, ~and mediately about honor as the object of hope: even 372 2, 127 | to do what is worthy of honor, this would be deserving 373 2, 127 | do what is deserving of honor, yet not so as to think 374 2, 127 | as to think much of the ~honor accorded by man.~Aquin.: 375 2, 127 | matter of magnanimity is honor, as stated above (A[1]). ~ 376 2, 127 | little are accidental to honor. Therefore it is not ~essential 377 2, 127 | as magnanimity is about honor, so is meekness about ~anger. 378 2, 127 | magnanimity to be ~about great honor.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[129] A[ 379 2, 127 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, small honor is less aloof from great 380 2, 127 | is less aloof from great honor than is ~dishonor. But magnanimity 381 2, 127 | or desire of money or of honor. And for these it is ~necessary 382 2, 127 | philotimia}, i.e. love of honor, and {aphilotimia}, i.e. ~ 383 2, 127 | i.e. ~without love of honor: for sometimes a man is 384 2, 127 | is commended for loving honor, ~and sometimes for not 385 2, 127 | of ~magnanimity is great honor, and that a magnanimous 386 2, 127 | things as are deserving of honor.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[129] A[ 387 2, 127 | little are accidental to honor considered in ~itself: but 388 2, 127 | be observed in the use of honor, for it is much more ~difficult 389 2, 127 | man cannot sufficiently honor ~virtue which deserves to 390 2, 127 | sake. Yet humility makes us honor others ~and esteem them 391 2, 127 | stated above (AA[1],2): and honor, considered in ~itself, 392 2, 127 | Para. 2/2~Since, however, honor is the reward of every virtue, 393 2, 127 | is not about any kind of honor, but great ~honor. Now, 394 2, 127 | kind of honor, but great ~honor. Now, as honor is due to 395 2, 127 | but great ~honor. Now, as honor is due to virtue, so great 396 2, 127 | due to virtue, so great honor is due to a great ~deed 397 2, 127 | magnanimity regards two things: ~honor as its matter, and the accomplishment 398 2, 127 | these things. For since honor ~is conferred on the virtuous, 399 2, 127 | is that they show greater honor to those who possess goods 400 2, 128 | which is about ordinary honor, as stated ~above (Q[129], 401 2, 129 | ambition denotes the ~desire of honor. Now honor is in itself 402 2, 129 | the ~desire of honor. Now honor is in itself a good thing, 403 2, 129 | wherefore those who care not for honor are reproved. ~Therefore 404 2, 129 | to him as a ~reward. Now honor is the reward of virtue, 405 2, 129 | Therefore ambition of honor is not a sin.~Aquin.: SMT 406 2, 129 | evil, is not a sin. Now honor heartens men to do good 407 2, 129 | dishonor, and the brave in honor": and ~Tully says (De Tusc. 408 2, 129 | De Tusc. Quaest. i) that "honor fosters the arts." Therefore ~ 409 2, 129 | above (Q[103], AA[1],2), honor denotes ~reverence shown 410 2, 129 | considered with regard to man's honor. The first is that a man ~ 411 2, 129 | wherefore on this count honor is due ~principally, not 412 2, 129 | Para. 2/2~Now the desire of honor may be inordinate in three 413 2, 129 | desire more than his share of honor. Secondly, when a man desires 414 2, 129 | Secondly, when a man desires honor ~for himself without referring 415 2, 129 | man's appetite ~rests in honor itself, without referring 416 2, 129 | denotes inordinate desire of honor, it is evident ~that it 417 2, 129 | it is ~sinful to desire honor in disaccord with the order 418 2, 129 | reproved who care not for honor in accordance with reason' 419 2, 129 | avoid what is contrary to honor.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[131] A[ 420 2, 129 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Honor is not the reward of virtue, 421 2, 129 | have nothing greater ~than honor whereby to reward the virtuous; 422 2, 129 | reward the virtuous; which honor derives greatness ~from 423 2, 129 | doing evil, by the desire of honor, if this be desired in due 424 2, 129 | by what means he obtains ~honor. Wherefore Sallust says ( 425 2, 129 | merely for the sake of honor, either do good or avoid 426 2, 129 | brave things for the sake of honor are not truly brave.~Aquin.: 427 2, 129 | signifies inordinate ~love of honor. Now magnanimity is about 428 2, 129 | regards is its ~matter, viz. honor, of which it makes right 429 2, 129 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Honor is due to those who are 430 2, 129 | dignity, not for ~the sake of honor, but for the sake of a right 431 2, 129 | outward worship is a kind of honor, ~wherefore in such cases 432 2, 129 | wherefore in such cases honor is wont to be shown. This 433 2, 129 | far as this is a kind of honor.~ 434 2, 130 | good work . . . glory and ~honor" [*Vulg.: 'Who will render 435 2, 130 | who . . . seek glory and honor and incorruption, eternal ~ 436 2, 130 | a due end, such as God's honor, or the spiritual welfare ~ 437 2, 130 | glory is an effect ~of honor and praise: because from 438 2, 130 | since magnanimity is about honor, as stated above (Q[129], ~ 439 2, 130 | seeing that as a man ~uses honor moderately, so too does 440 2, 130 | magnanimous ~man (Ethic. iv) that honor is of little account to 441 2, 130 | things that are sought for honor's sake, such as ~power and 442 2, 130 | To . . . the only ~God be honor and glory." Therefore vainglory 443 2, 130 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, honor would seem to take precedence 444 2, 130 | is inordinate desire of honor is not a ~capital vice. 445 2, 130 | means whereby man ~acquires honor, glory seems to be the most 446 2, 130 | God's sight man acquires honor in Divine things, so too 447 2, 130 | Reply OBJ 2: Praise and honor, as stated above (A[2]), 448 2, 130 | more often to glory and honor, and thus it is the result 449 2, 131 | virtuous are truly worthy of honor." Therefore the fainthearted 450 2, 131 | that are worthy of great honor, and yet through not trying 451 2, 132 | works is so great as the honor of God: wherefore magnificence 452 2, 132 | reference to the Divine honor. Wherefore the ~Philosopher 453 2, 132 | for ~instance in order to honor someone, or in order to 454 2, 132 | something which ~will reflect honor on the whole state: as when 455 2, 139 | reason ~we give the greatest honor to the brave and the just."~ 456 2, 139 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Honor and beauty are especially 457 2, 140 | disgraceful of ~sins. As honor is due to virtue so is disgrace 458 2, 140 | is seemingly opposed to honor and glory. Now ~honor is 459 2, 140 | to honor and glory. Now ~honor is due to excellence, as 460 2, 140 | 21): "Man, when he was in honor, did not understand: he 461 2, 142 | an arduous evil, just as honor has the character of an 462 2, 142 | properly due to vice, as ~honor is due to virtue, it follows 463 2, 142 | above (Q[63], A[3]), though honor is not really ~due save 464 2, 142 | Since reproach is opposed to honor, just as honor denotes ~ 465 2, 142 | opposed to honor, just as honor denotes ~attestation to 466 2, 143 | an ~honorable state." Now honor is due to many things besides 467 2, 143 | through being worthy ~of honor. Now honor, as stated above ( 468 2, 143 | being worthy ~of honor. Now honor, as stated above (Q[144], 469 2, 143 | good man who is worthy of honor." Now a man is good in respect 470 2, 143 | of something else, while honor is due to virtue for its 471 2, 143 | honest denotes that to which honor is ~due. Now honor is an 472 2, 143 | which honor is ~due. Now honor is an attestation to someone' 473 2, 143 | making a man deserving of honor, that sometimes the name 474 2, 143 | whereas the honest regards honor. Since then honor and glory 475 2, 143 | regards honor. Since then honor and glory differ, as stated 476 2, 143 | glory is the effect ~of honor: because through being honored 477 2, 143 | excellence deserving of honor on account of its ~spiritual 478 2, 143 | opinion of ~the many who honor wealth: or because they 479 2, 143 | that which is deserving of honor. Now "it ~is the just and 480 2, 143 | the brave who receive most honor," according to the ~Philosopher ( 481 2, 143 | great and ~deserving of honor [*Cf. Q[148], A[6]].~Aquin.: 482 2, 143 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Greater honor is due to justice and fortitude 483 2, 143 | greater good: yet ~greater honor is due to temperance, because 484 2, 147 | certain standing; wherefore ~honor and reverence are due to 485 2, 147 | before the hoary head, and honor the person of the aged man." 486 2, 150 | consecrated and ~observed in honor of the Creator of both soul 487 2, 150 | consecrated ~and observed in honor of the Creator of both soul 488 2, 152 | connection, by reason of ~due honor not being paid to her; and 489 2, 152 | sleep that knows neither honor nor shame, ~acknowledge 490 2, 152 | naturally owe their ~parents honor. Hence the Philosopher instances 491 2, 153 | in regard to wealth, or honor and ~so forth. Hence Tully 492 2, 154 | reason in his desire for honor, riches, and so forth, ~ 493 2, 156 | an external good ~such as honor or glory, than under the 494 2, 159 | not understanding his honor, compares himself to senseless 495 2, 160 | always opposed to God's honor, or our ~neighbor's good. 496 2, 167 | these we put more abundant honor."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[169] 497 2, 168 | sometimes that he refuses ~due honor to his parents, which may 498 2, 172 | A prophet is not without honor, save in his own country." 499 2, 176 | Christ's name, that men may honor God, by invoking Whom such 500 2, 180 | placed in a position of honor and power; wherefore Augustine


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