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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | But sacred doctrine is chiefly concerned ~with God, whose 2 1, 1 | because this science treats chiefly of those things ~which by 3 1, 1 | this representation ought chiefly to be taken from the higher 4 1, 5 | Hence it is predicated chiefly of the virtuous; then of 5 1, 14 | Further, we are like to God chiefly in our intellect, because 6 1, 14 | that is neither great nor chiefly understood, and ~but secondary 7 1, 23 | not ~ordained as it were chiefly for the good of the universe, 8 1, 23 | the rational creature ~is chiefly ordained for the good of 9 1, 32 | creation. In another way, and chiefly, that we may think rightly ~ 10 1, 33 | a ~thing is denominated chiefly by its perfection, and by 11 1, 34 | follows that, ~first and chiefly, the interior concept of 12 1, 34 | Whereas to "speak" means chiefly the ~habitude to the word 13 1, 34 | name of Idea is imposed chiefly to signify relation to ~ 14 1, 34 | name of Word is imposed chiefly to ~signify the speaker, 15 1, 35 | specific sign consists chiefly in the figure. For we see 16 1, 40 | they are distinguished chiefly and firstly by relations; 17 1, 43 | invisible mission, however, chiefly occurs as regards anyone' 18 1, 43 | signs. This has ~been done chiefly by Christ and by the apostles, 19 1, 45 | appropriated power which is chiefly ~shown in creation, and 20 1, 48 | privation of good, ~which chiefly and of itself consists in 21 1, 49 | that ~the form which God chiefly intends in things created 22 1, 50 | of the universe that God ~chiefly intends in the creation 23 1, 69 | animate and the inanimate are chiefly discernible. ~And therefore, 24 1, 75 | 8), a thing seems ~to be chiefly what is principle in it; 25 1, 76 | the ~soul seems to be one chiefly on account of the intellect. 26 1, 40 | they are distinguished chiefly and firstly by relations; 27 1, 43 | invisible mission, however, chiefly occurs as regards anyone' 28 1, 43 | signs. This has ~been done chiefly by Christ and by the apostles, 29 1, 46 | appropriated power which is chiefly ~shown in creation, and 30 1, 49 | privation of good, ~which chiefly and of itself consists in 31 1, 50 | that ~the form which God chiefly intends in things created 32 1, 51 | of the universe that God ~chiefly intends in the creation 33 1, 70 | animate and the inanimate are chiefly discernible. ~And therefore, 34 1, 74 | 8), a thing seems ~to be chiefly what is principle in it; 35 1, 75 | the ~soul seems to be one chiefly on account of the intellect. 36 1, 88 | intellectual act resides chiefly and formally in the intellect 37 1, 90 | the senses are situated chiefly in the face, ~other animals 38 1, 90 | that by the senses, and chiefly by sight, which is ~more 39 1, 90 | in the whole ~body, and chiefly in the heart. Therefore 40 1, 90 | deliberation and care what we have chiefly in mind.~Aquin.: SMT FP 41 1, 92 | some specific accident, and chiefly in the ~shape; thus, we 42 1, 92 | that in which the image chiefly consists, that is, the ~ 43 1, 92 | intellectual nature imitates God chiefly in this, that God understands ~ 44 1, 92 | Therefore, first ~and chiefly, the image of the Trinity 45 1, 92 | nation's tongue), ~this image chiefly consists in these three 46 1, 95 | ordained of God"]. But order ~chiefly consists in inequality; 47 1, 109 | moves the body first and chiefly by a local ~motion.~Aquin.: 48 1, 111 | external actions the angels chiefly minister to ~God, and secondarily 49 1, 112 | the providence of God ~is chiefly exercised towards what remains 50 2, 7 | the moral act is specified chiefly by the end.~Aquin.: SMT 51 2, 7 | thereto by the end; and it is chiefly in this ~respect that he 52 2, 26 | differ, it seems that it is ~chiefly in the fact that "dilection 53 2, 27 | Consequently those senses ~chiefly regard the beautiful, which 54 2, 28 | is perfected and bettered chiefly by the love of God: but ~ 55 2, 28 | applies the term ~"ailment" chiefly to sadness); and an intense 56 2, 32 | since it ~is this that is chiefly desired. But the end is 57 2, 32 | desires, since desire is chiefly a ~craving for pleasure. 58 2, 34 | goodness or malice depends chiefly on the will, as ~stated 59 2, 34 | Q[20], A[1]); and it is chiefly from the end that we ~discern 60 2, 34 | reckoned to be ~good or bad chiefly according to the pleasure 61 2, 35 | manner of pleasure: but chiefly when pleasure is opposed ~ 62 2, 35 | brave and ~the just are chiefly praised." Therefore the 63 2, 35 | apprehension of sense, chiefly of touch; while inward pain 64 2, 36 | Therefore sorrow is caused chiefly by the loss of good.~Aquin.: 65 2, 36 | which of the two it regards ~chiefly, the present evil or the 66 2, 36 | follow that they all regard chiefly that which the cause regards 67 2, 36 | which the cause regards chiefly, ~but only the first of 68 2, 36 | each of the others regards chiefly that ~which is suitable 69 2, 40 | that desire seems to tend chiefly to ~the arduous good, to 70 2, 40 | the cause of hope is chiefly ~whatever increases one' 71 2, 41 | soul, after sorrow, fear ~chiefly has the character of passion. 72 2, 41 | special passion, it would be chiefly in ~the irascible part. 73 2, 44 | For action is hindered ~chiefly by a disturbance in the 74 2, 47 | sensation; and ~this is chiefly what the angry seek in those 75 2, 48 | Ethic. vii, 14), pleasures, ~chiefly sensible and bodily pleasures, 76 2, 48 | disturbed by anger, those chiefly who are angry betray signs 77 2, 48 | the outward members, and chiefly to those members ~which 78 2, 50 | relation to operation, it is ~chiefly thus that habits are found 79 2, 50 | the ~intellective habit is chiefly on the part of the intellect 80 2, 53 | habits which, while residing chiefly in an incorruptible ~subject, 81 2, 53 | habit of science which is chiefly indeed in the "possible" ~ 82 2, 54 | operation, such as we are chiefly ~concerned with at present, 83 2, 54 | thing, on which the habit is chiefly intent, hence it is ~that 84 2, 55 | perfection is considered chiefly in regard to its end. But 85 2, 56 | powers, so that it is in one chiefly, while it extends to others ~ 86 2, 56 | the contrary, The mind is chiefly called the intellect. But 87 2, 57 | their objects, we consider chiefly the formal aspect of these 88 2, 57 | are knowable first and chiefly in their nature" (Phys. 89 2, 57 | which is knowable first and chiefly in its nature. And ~about 90 2, 60 | operations virtue must needs be chiefly about ~internal emotions 91 2, 60 | in some cases ~virtue is chiefly about operations, in others, 92 2, 61 | These principles are found chiefly in certain acts ~and passions. 93 2, 61 | act of reason, is found ~chiefly in reason's command, but 94 2, 61 | right and due, is found chiefly in ~commutations and distributions 95 2, 61 | curbing the passions is found chiefly in ~those passions which 96 2, 61 | impulse of passion, is found chiefly in perils of death, ~which 97 2, 63 | the majority of cases, and chiefly in ~matters most opposed 98 2, 66 | 2: One saint is praised chiefly for one virtue, another 99 2, 68 | to ~conform us to Christ, chiefly with regard to His Passion, 100 2, 68 | to be conformed to Him, chiefly in humility and meekness, 101 2, 68 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Fear is chiefly required as being the foundation, 102 2, 69 | 3/4~Active life consists chiefly in man's relations with 103 2, 71 | the nature of a thing is chiefly the form ~from which that 104 2, 71 | good and evil are measured chiefly with regard to the end as ~ 105 2, 71 | theologian considers sin chiefly as an offense against ~God; 106 2, 72 | good or evil, in relation, ~chiefly, to their end, as shown 107 2, 72 | aspect of good is found chiefly in the end: and ~therefore 108 2, 72 | seemingly, ~should apply chiefly to those sins whereby man 109 2, 73 | that "the devil rejoices ~chiefly in lust and idolatry." But 110 2, 73 | the appetite, to ~which it chiefly belongs to turn to goods 111 2, 73 | devil is said to rejoice chiefly in the sin of lust, ~because 112 2, 73 | supposing harm to be inflicted ~chiefly by sins against our neighbor, 113 2, 73 | sin would be aggravated chiefly by being committed against 114 2, 73 | who sins aggravates a sin ~chiefly on account of his position 115 2, 73 | sin. For man becomes great chiefly by cleaving to God, ~according 116 2, 76 | this would ~seem to be chiefly the case as regards the 117 2, 77 | of the soul, in which, ~chiefly, sin resides. Now weakness 118 2, 77 | Reply OBJ 2: Sin consists chiefly in an act of the will, which 119 2, 77 | of the flesh is aroused chiefly by what is ~seen by the 120 2, 78 | because, as sin ~consists chiefly in an act of the will, it 121 2, 82 | ill disposed to something, chiefly when ~such a disposition 122 2, 82 | which subjection, first and chiefly, was in the will, whose 123 2, 82 | powers of the soul consists chiefly in their ~turning inordinately 124 2, 83 | original sin is ~seated chiefly in the flesh.~Aquin.: SMT 125 2, 83 | subject of original sin ~chiefly in respect of its essence.~ 126 2, 83 | The subject of a sin is chiefly that part of the soul to ~ 127 2, 83 | powers. For every sin belongs chiefly to that power by whose ~ 128 2, 83 | is the rational part, and chiefly the will. Therefore that 129 2, 83 | sin regards these ~three chiefly, viz. the generative power, 130 2, 83 | concur in this act, are chiefly said to be ~infected. Now 131 2, 83 | to actual sins, ~belongs chiefly to the will, as stated above ( 132 2, 84 | which other vices arise, chiefly by being ~their final cause, 133 2, 84 | good moves the appetite chiefly through possessing some ~ 134 2, 86 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, sin is chiefly in the will, as stated above ( 135 2, 88 | any moral act, consists chiefly in an act of the will: so 136 2, 90 | wherefore to ~this principle chiefly and mainly law must needs 137 2, 90 | that which belongs to it chiefly is the principle of ~the 138 2, 90 | Consequently, since the law is chiefly ordained to the ~common 139 2, 94 | speculative reason is busied chiefly ~with the necessary things, 140 2, 95 | perfection of virtue consists chiefly in withdrawing ~man from 141 2, 96 | majority to abstain; and chiefly those ~that are to the hurt 142 2, 96 | it belongs to those sins chiefly whereby one's neighbor is ~ 143 2, 96 | judgment of conscience depends chiefly on the ~commandments of 144 2, 99 | Divine law is instituted ~chiefly in order to direct men to 145 2, 99 | human law is instituted ~chiefly in order to direct men in 146 2, 100 | Because these favors first and chiefly are borne in mind by men, ~ 147 2, 100 | lawgiver is directed first and ~chiefly to the common good; secondly, 148 2, 100 | intention of the lawgiver ~comes chiefly under the precept. But the 149 2, 100 | the lawgiver is ~directed chiefly to make men virtuous, as 150 2, 101 | that "God is ~worshipped chiefly by faith, hope, and charity." 151 2, 102 | the New Law, which refer chiefly to ~faith and the love of 152 2, 102 | ways. First, because it is chiefly by means of ~these animals 153 2, 102 | that man is bound to ~God, chiefly on account of His majesty; 154 2, 102 | world owe their variety chiefly to the movement of the ~ 155 2, 104 | themselves, as being instituted chiefly for ~the purpose of foreshadowing 156 2, 104 | But the notion of order is chiefly applicable to the judicial 157 2, 105 | But the Law should aim chiefly at things pertaining to 158 2, 105 | the precepts of ~the Law, chiefly those concerning our neighbor, 159 2, 106 | Consequently the New Law is chiefly the grace itself of ~the 160 2, 106 | stated above (A[1]), consists chiefly in the ~grace of the Holy 161 2, 107 | objects of the virtues, chiefly of charity. ~Accordingly 162 2, 107 | of the Holy Ghost, looked chiefly to ~spiritual and eternal 163 2, 107 | New Law does not consist chiefly ~in these latter things, 164 2, 107 | Because the New Law consists chiefly in faith: wherefore it is 165 2, 108 | the New Law consists ~chiefly in the grace of the Holy 166 2, 108 | kingdom of God consists chiefly in internal acts: but ~as 167 2, 108 | worketh through charity seems ~chiefly to belong to the New Law, 168 2, 108 | understand: and this ~affected chiefly those precepts of the decalogue. 169 2, 113 | of sins is ~brought about chiefly by faith, according to Acts 170 2, 114 | condignly?~(4) Whether it is chiefly through the instrumentality 171 2, 114 | merit of eternal life rests chiefly ~with charity.~Aquin.: SMT 172 2, 114 | from two causes: first and chiefly ~from the Divine ordination, 173 2, 114 | both these ways does merit chiefly rest ~with charity. For 174 2, 114 | voluntariness, merit is chiefly attributed to charity.~Aquin.: 175 2, 1 | proposed to our belief, ~not chiefly on their own account, but 176 2, 2 | the mysteries of Christ, chiefly as regards those which ~ 177 2, 7 | purity of ~the heart pertains chiefly to the affections, whereas 178 2, 7 | heart in any way, it ~would chiefly purify the intellect of 179 2, 8 | of heart seems to belong chiefly to the ~appetite. But the 180 2, 8 | understanding seems to be ordained chiefly to the certitude of faith, ~ 181 2, 9 | judgment about a thing formed chiefly from its ~cause, and so 182 2, 11 | vice takes its species chiefly from its end; hence the ~ 183 2, 11 | This ~authority resides chiefly in the Sovereign Pontiff. 184 2, 11 | the soul, which good is chiefly the object of ~charity, 185 2, 11 | charity, since it is this chiefly that we should wish for 186 2, 12 | First, in his mouth, whereby chiefly his mind stands revealed; ~ 187 2, 14 | differ at all, it seems to be chiefly in the ~fact that blindness 188 2, 14 | Now men become unclean chiefly ~by sins of the flesh. Therefore 189 2, 15 | special articles of faith, chiefly to those things ~which God 190 2, 16 | for from God properly and chiefly is the infinite ~good, which 191 2, 16 | regards eternal happiness ~chiefly, and other things, for which 192 2, 16 | perfect, because ~we hope chiefly in our friends. It is in 193 2, 17 | OBJ 2: Hope does not trust chiefly in grace already received, 194 2, 18 | OBJ 2: Moral good consists chiefly in turning to God, while 195 2, 18 | while moral ~evil consists chiefly in turning away from Him: 196 2, 18 | regards ~this punishment chiefly, while initial fear regards 197 2, 18 | obtain any other goods, but, chiefly, to obtain God ~Himself, 198 2, 18 | decreases as charity ~increases, chiefly as regards its act, since 199 2, 19 | of no great account, is chiefly due to ~our affections being 200 2, 19 | certain passion he considers ~chiefly the things which pertain 201 2, 20 | the ~Holy Ghost, relies chiefly on human power.~Aquin.: 202 2, 22 | friendship of charity ~is chiefly directed.~Aquin.: SMT SS 203 2, 22 | A[4]). Now the good is chiefly an end, for things directed 204 2, 22 | form of an act is taken chiefly from the ~end. The reason 205 2, 23 | it seems that charity is chiefly ~in the free-will as its 206 2, 23 | on man to occupy himself chiefly ~with avoiding sin and resisting 207 2, 23 | third pursuit is to aim chiefly at union with and ~enjoyment 208 2, 23 | yet ~their solicitude is chiefly about other things, with 209 2, 24 | out of charity. For it is chiefly by charity that we are conformed 210 2, 24 | reason: and in this way chiefly it is through charity that 211 2, 25 | faith, in so far as it is chiefly ~about God, and secondarily 212 2, 25 | kind of friendship regards chiefly the subject in ~which we 213 2, 25 | the subject in ~which we chiefly find the good on the fellowship 214 2, 25 | civil friendship regards chiefly the ruler of the state, ~ 215 2, 25 | Therefore God ought to be loved chiefly and before all out of charity: ~ 216 2, 25 | ought to ~consider those chiefly who by reason of place, 217 2, 25 | to their parents consists chiefly in honor: while ~that of 218 2, 26 | which ~the act of love is chiefly manifested.~Aquin.: SMT 219 2, 27 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, it is chiefly through charity that we 220 2, 27 | and the latter is the case chiefly in the love of ~benevolence, 221 2, 27 | and proceeds from charity chiefly: while the latter joy ~proceeds 222 2, 28 | appetite does not cleave chiefly to the true ~final good, 223 2, 28 | more like God. ~Now this is chiefly the result of mercy, since 224 2, 28 | their wants, ~which pertains chiefly to one who stands above. 225 2, 28 | omnipotence is declared to be ~chiefly manifested [*Collect, Tenth 226 2, 29 | charity. For ~charity is chiefly directed to God. Now we 227 2, 29 | Further, beneficence consists chiefly in making gifts. But this ~ 228 2, 29 | ought to consider those chiefly who by reason ~of place, 229 2, 30 | eternal reward is gained chiefly by the ~alms which are given 230 2, 30 | ought to give alms to those chiefly who are most closely connected 231 2, 31 | fortitude, that action belongs chiefly to the virtue to ~whose 232 2, 31 | that this admonition is ~chiefly an act of charity, which 233 2, 31 | but that it ~concerns them chiefly.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[33] A[ 234 2, 32 | evident that hatred of God is chiefly a sin against the Holy Ghost, 235 2, 33 | monk is troubled with sloth chiefly about ~the sixth hour: it 236 2, 35 | together to one thing, which is chiefly the Divine ~good, secondarily, 237 2, 36 | vainglory are occasioned chiefly by goods even ~those that 238 2, 37 | excommunication deprives a man chiefly of a share in ~the sacraments. 239 2, 40 | of sedition is first and chiefly in its authors, who ~sin 240 2, 41 | do this in those matters chiefly wherein not only would they 241 2, 41 | sins of the perfect consist chiefly in sudden ~movements, which 242 2, 43 | mortal ~sin. For saints glory chiefly in such things as are incompatible 243 2, 44 | would appear to be a ~fool chiefly through some deficiency 244 2, 44 | of sense ~in judging, and chiefly as regards the highest cause, 245 2, 44 | plunged into earthly ~things chiefly by lust, which is about 246 2, 44 | which is ~a sin, arises chiefly from lust.~Aquin.: SMT SS 247 2, 44 | earthly things, arises ~chiefly from lust, as stated above.~ 248 2, 45 | man." Now wisdom consists chiefly in ~contemplation. Therefore 249 2, 45 | OBJ 1: Reason first and chiefly is concerned with universals, 250 2, 45 | principle subject, for it is ~chiefly in the reason, yet by a 251 2, 45 | man." Now motion belongs chiefly to the ~appetitive power: 252 2, 45 | Now political prudence is ~chiefly in the ruler, in whom it 253 2, 45 | OBJ 3: Prudence consists chiefly, not in the knowledge of ~ 254 2, 47 | yet it belongs to prudence chiefly, for the reason given above.~ 255 2, 47 | of that one to which it chiefly belongs. Now reason is necessary 256 2, 47 | intellectual virtues, and chiefly in wisdom and science, which ~ 257 2, 47 | it belongs to prudence chiefly to ~direct something aright 258 2, 49 | directed, are ~specified chiefly by their end, as stated 259 2, 49 | in the intellect arising ~chiefly from a defective disposition 260 2, 50 | principle of movement is helped chiefly, and is ~perfected through 261 2, 50 | rectitude of ~reason, is chiefly perfected and helped through 262 2, 51 | Hence thought pertains chiefly ~to judgment; and consequently 263 2, 51 | belongs to all moral virtues, ~chiefly, however, to fortitude, 264 2, 51 | estimate of prudence," and chiefly sexual pleasure which ~absorbs 265 2, 51 | follows that they arise chiefly from lust.~Aquin.: SMT SS 266 2, 52 | sin, and this is the case ~chiefly when negligence is due to 267 2, 53 | guile seems to pertain chiefly to the tongue, according ~ 268 2, 53 | hence guile is ascribed ~chiefly to speech. Yet guile may 269 2, 53 | prudence. But prudence is chiefly ~about the future, since 270 2, 53 | prudence. Therefore they arise chiefly from lust; especially since 271 2, 53 | of right reason appears chiefly, ~for justice is in the 272 2, 53 | undue use of reason ~appears chiefly in the vices opposed to 273 2, 53 | the aforesaid vices arise chiefly from ~covetousness.~Aquin.: 274 2, 54 | execution, is ~committed chiefly in matters of justice, as 275 2, 54 | are wont to be practiced chiefly in buying and ~selling, 276 2, 56 | will and purpose (and it is chiefly in this that justice consists); ~ 277 2, 56 | good men are so called chiefly ~from their justice, wherefore, 278 2, 56 | although legal justice ~extends chiefly to other virtues in the 279 2, 56 | other moral ~virtues are chiefly concerned with the passions, 280 2, 58 | Now man is made spiritual chiefly by the virtue of ~charity, 281 2, 58 | considered as ~existing chiefly in one who has authority.~ 282 2, 58 | judgment is ~considered chiefly on the part of the person 283 2, 59 | received, as may be seen ~chiefly in selling and buying, where 284 2, 59 | which would seem to depend chiefly on what a ~person has done 285 2, 60 | originally ~to have applied chiefly to external things, which 286 2, 60 | 3: Since restitution is chiefly directed to the compensation ~ 287 2, 60 | Reply OBJ 2: He is bound chiefly to restitution, who is the 288 2, 60 | made, since its end is chiefly to restore the property 289 2, 61 | spiritualities is directed chiefly to the common good, ~according 290 2, 61 | sentences ~seem to pertain chiefly to commutative justice. 291 2, 63 | from other sources, ~and chiefly from an incontinent purpose 292 2, 63 | vengeance, it is aroused ~chiefly when a man deems himself 293 2, 64 | if, to wit, they fight chiefly not for justice ~but for 294 2, 65 | punishment is due to sin chiefly because ~it is done against 295 2, 66 | whose good is intended ~chiefly in an accusation, when anyone 296 2, 67 | adversary. Now this is done chiefly by defending oneself with ~ 297 2, 68 | or ~persons, which are chiefly in question, their evidence 298 2, 68 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Men abhor chiefly those sin that are against 299 2, 69 | time and place, and this is chiefly ~in cases of need. Now it 300 2, 69 | ought to consider those chiefly who by reason of place, 301 2, 70 | being reviled, and this ~chiefly for two reasons. First, 302 2, 70 | said to have its source chiefly in that one from which it 303 2, 70 | Therefore reviling arises chiefly from anger.~Aquin.: SMT 304 2, 71 | of word should be ~judged chiefly from the intention of the 305 2, 73 | word should be ~weighed chiefly by the intention of the 306 2, 74 | would seem to be lawful chiefly in its relation to ~punishment. 307 2, 74 | of word should be weighed chiefly with ~regard to the speaker' 308 2, 75 | commutative justice we consider chiefly real equality. ~On the other 309 2, 75 | the quantity, would ~seem chiefly to be opposed to justice 310 2, 76 | Polit. i, 3) was ~invented chiefly for the purpose of exchange: 311 2, 78 | obligation; and this due is chiefly ~the concern of justice, 312 2, 80 | to God. But this is ~done chiefly by charity, since according 313 2, 80 | Further, devotion consists chiefly in an interior sacrifice 314 2, 80 | twofold consideration: chiefly by the consideration of 315 2, 81 | the will ~of God tends chiefly to this - that we come to 316 2, 81 | confidence ~is excited in us chiefly by the consideration of 317 2, 81 | God, since this consists chiefly in prayer. But dumb animals 318 2, 81 | 4]), prayer is addressed chiefly to God. Now God knows the 319 2, 81 | from them; and this happens chiefly to those whose mind is ~ 320 2, 81 | that, This question applies chiefly to vocal prayer. ~Accordingly 321 2, 81 | intention, ~to which God looks chiefly, suffices to obtain this 322 2, 81 | anything, this would seem to be chiefly ~that which is besought 323 2, 81 | Further, prayer is based chiefly on faith, according to James ~ 324 2, 81 | merit of prayer regards chiefly something ~distinct from 325 2, 81 | Reply OBJ 3: Prayer depends chiefly on faith, not for its efficacy 326 2, 81 | because thus it depends chiefly on charity, but for its ~ 327 2, 82 | prayer]. But ~prayer consists chiefly in an interior act, according 328 2, 82 | Therefore adoration denotes chiefly a spiritual act.~Aquin.: 329 2, 82 | too adoration ~consists chiefly in an interior reverence 330 2, 82 | required ~for adoration, not chiefly, as though it were essential 331 2, 85 | which were instituted chiefly that they might be signs 332 2, 86 | And if his intention was chiefly to bind himself to enter 333 2, 87 | faith is ~essentially and chiefly about God Who is the very 334 2, 87 | In like manner an oath is chiefly referred to God Whose testimony ~ 335 2, 87 | matter would ~seem to belong chiefly to the power of the Pope, 336 2, 88 | only to it, but also and chiefly to God, Who ~disposes the 337 2, 92 | worship, and this is done chiefly when ~divine worship is 338 2, 93 | indifferent; ~and this is chiefly the case in the rational 339 2, 93 | inspectione]. These are chiefly wont to be observed ~in 340 2, 96 | perjury, takes its species chiefly from falsehood. Consequently ~ 341 2, 96 | different order. For first and chiefly ~perjury consists in a lack 342 2, 97 | species of a thing is derived ~chiefly from its formal aspect, 343 2, 98 | because ~merit consists chiefly, not in an outward gift, 344 2, 98 | necessary sacrament ~consisting chiefly in the absolution. But some 345 2, 98 | Hence if one intend this chiefly one ~commits simony. Now 346 2, 99 | Consequently man is debtor chiefly to his parents and his country, 347 2, 99 | Therefore piety extends chiefly to these.~Aquin.: SMT SS 348 2, 99 | however, equally to all, but chiefly to our parents, and to others ~ 349 2, 99 | divided, and so ~forth: but chiefly, because there were others 350 2, 101 | Now, since virtue consists chiefly of spiritual ~things, its 351 2, 102 | praiseworthy and meritorious, ~chiefly according as it proceeds 352 2, 102 | rectitude of human will consist chiefly in conformity with God's 353 2, 102 | comes to ~man's knowledge chiefly through God's command, wherefore 354 2, 104 | debt is found primarily and chiefly in God, in that He is the 355 2, 104 | so ~too gratitude depends chiefly the heart. Hence Seneca 356 2, 104 | repayment of a favor ~depends chiefly on the affection of the 357 2, 104 | thing done, but formally and chiefly in the will. Hence ~Seneca 358 2, 104 | be ~deserving of praise, chiefly for having conferred the 359 2, 106 | his intention is directed ~chiefly to the evil of the person 360 2, 106 | s intention be directed chiefly to some good, ~to be obtained 361 2, 109 | guile and fraud are directed chiefly to deception, and sometimes ~ 362 2, 112 | his ~Ethics. One consists chiefly in the affection whereby 363 2, 113 | or affability, intends chiefly ~the pleasure of those among 364 2, 115 | Therefore liberality is not ~chiefly about money.~Aquin.: SMT 365 2, 115 | belongs to a liberal man chiefly to give?~Aquin.: SMT SS 366 2, 115 | belong to a liberal man chiefly to ~give. For liberality, 367 2, 115 | seems that giving does not chiefly belong to ~the liberal man.~ 368 2, 115 | sorry for what he intends chiefly to do, nor ~does he cease 369 2, 115 | Therefore it does not belong chiefly to a liberal man to give.~ 370 2, 115 | accomplish what he intends chiefly, a man ~employs all the 371 2, 115 | seems that he ~does not chiefly aim at giving.~Aquin.: SMT 372 2, 115 | a liberal man is praised chiefly for ~giving.~Aquin.: SMT 373 2, 115 | whereas liberality is chiefly about the love and ~desire 374 2, 115 | OBJ 3: Further, it belongs chiefly to liberality to give becomingly, 375 2, 115 | first, that it is directed chiefly to another, as justice is; 376 2, 115 | goodness. Now man is ~likened chiefly by liberality to God, "Who 377 2, 115 | and just men are ~honored chiefly and, after them, those who 378 2, 116 | True magnanimity is based chiefly on ~two things'): "Nothing 379 2, 116 | answer that, Sins are seated chiefly in the affections: and all 380 2, 116 | sensitive appetite do not belong chiefly to the same ~genus, and 381 2, 117 | Further, sin takes its species chiefly from its end, as stated ~ 382 2, 117 | in prodigality consists chiefly, not in the ~total amount 383 2, 117 | help others. This applies chiefly to the clergy, who are the 384 2, 120 | Further, the Law contains chiefly precepts about acts of justice ~ 385 2, 120 | false swearing, which is chiefly called perjury, as ~stated 386 2, 120 | himself and for his ~neighbor, chiefly in respect of things pertaining 387 2, 120 | judgments, which regard ~chiefly the future reward, some, 388 2, 121 | Whether fortitude deals chiefly with sudden occurrences?~( 389 2, 121 | Further, human virtue resides chiefly in the soul, since it is 390 2, 121 | passions. Hence fortitude is chiefly about fear of difficult 391 2, 121 | iii) that fortitude is ~chiefly about death in battle.~Aquin.: 392 2, 121 | by it, and which belong chiefly to the sins of the flesh.~ 393 2, 121 | persons are" said to be brave chiefly because they endure affliction.~ 394 2, 121 | of virtue are delightful chiefly on account of their ~end; 395 2, 121 | Whether fortitude deals chiefly with sudden occurrences?~ 396 2, 121 | fortitude does not deal chiefly with sudden ~occurrences. 397 2, 121 | fortitude ~does not deal chiefly with sudden happenings.~ 398 2, 121 | 8) that "fortitude is ~chiefly about sudden dangers of 399 2, 121 | in this way fortitude is chiefly about sudden occurrences, 400 2, 121 | fortitude is ~displayed chiefly in sudden dangers: since 401 2, 121 | upon which ~human life is chiefly occupied, just as a door 402 2, 121 | wherein its steadfastness is chiefly commended: for it is ~by 403 2, 122 | praiseworthy act belongs chiefly to the virtue which ~inclines 404 2, 122 | patience." Now that which calls chiefly for praise ~in a virtuous 405 2, 122 | especially against ~dangers, and chiefly against dangers of death, 406 2, 122 | regards danger ~of death chiefly, and other dangers consequently; 407 2, 123 | Human acts are estimated chiefly with reference to the end, ~ 408 2, 125 | and virtue does not depend chiefly ~on the cause of the vice 409 2, 126 | faculty, that is perfected chiefly by fortitude: ~and to this 410 2, 127 | virtuous habit is denominated chiefly from its act, a man is said 411 2, 127 | said to be ~magnanimous chiefly because he is minded to 412 2, 127 | this difficulty regards chiefly the other moral ~virtues, 413 2, 127 | resistance to reason arises chiefly in some cases from the ~ 414 2, 127 | shrill and ~rapid speaking is chiefly competent to those who are 415 2, 127 | it follows ~that he tends chiefly to things that involve a 416 2, 127 | to Ethic. ii. And this is chiefly commended in those virtues 417 2, 127 | confidence apparently denotes ~chiefly that a man derives hope 418 2, 127 | ad 2) that magnanimity is chiefly ~about the hope of something 419 2, 127 | Reply OBJ 1: Fortitude is chiefly commended, not because it 420 2, 130 | discord seem to be the outcome chiefly of ~anger. But anger is 421 2, 132 | magnificence also is not chiefly about expenditure, but about 422 2, 134 | Now this seems to belong chiefly to patience; for it is written ( 423 2, 134 | fortitude. Yet fortitude is chiefly ~about fear, which of itself 424 2, 134 | avoids; while ~patience is chiefly about sorrow, for a man 425 2, 134 | sex: whereas patience ~is chiefly about sorrows inflicted 426 2, 137 | which seems to be concerned ~chiefly with the greater goods.~ 427 2, 138 | the decalogue had ~to be chiefly about those acts of justice 428 2, 139 | s appetite is corrupted chiefly by those things which ~seduce 429 2, 139 | virtue of ~temperance is not chiefly about desires and pleasures.~ 430 2, 139 | appetite rebels against ~reason chiefly by lack of moderation. Because 431 2, 139 | through being ~immoderate, but chiefly in respect of its flight: 432 2, 139 | nature ~bestows firmness, is chiefly concerned with the passion, 433 2, 139 | a kind of moderation, is chiefly concerned with ~those passions 434 2, 139 | ones. Wherefore it belongs chiefly and properly to temperance 435 2, 139 | greatest ~pleasures, which chiefly regard the preservation 436 2, 139 | food. Hence temperance is chiefly about the ~pleasure of touch, 437 2, 139 | of moral virtue consists chiefly in the order of reason: 438 2, 139 | good of reason consists chiefly ~in this order; since good 439 2, 140 | shamefulness, which depends chiefly on the unbecomingness of 440 2, 142 | one should not take shame chiefly from ~them.~Aquin.: SMT 441 2, 143 | excellence of a man is gauged chiefly according to ~his virtue, 442 2, 145 | somewhat they are not taken ~chiefly for nourishment, but for 443 2, 145 | again because ~it is then chiefly that the nature of the human 444 2, 145 | vital spirit: but it is ~chiefly the use of flesh meat which 445 2, 146 | described as "unseemly" arises chiefly from immoderate partaking ~ 446 2, 146 | speculative matters arises chiefly from gluttony, for the reason 447 2, 147 | etc. Therefore sobriety is chiefly required in persons of high 448 2, 149 | Reply OBJ 1: Temperance is chiefly about pleasures of touch, 449 2, 150 | corruption of the flesh consists chiefly in resolution ~of the semen: 450 2, 151 | OBJ 1: Even as temperance chiefly and properly applies to ~ 451 2, 151 | matters, so too, lust applies chiefly to venereal ~pleasures, 452 2, 151 | cause, in which ~respect chiefly the capital vices are said 453 2, 151 | refrain from lustful pleasures chiefly ~through hope of the glory 454 2, 151 | opposed to ~prudence arise chiefly from lust, which is the 455 2, 153 | object. Now nature inclines chiefly ~to those things that are 456 2, 154 | Man differs from beast chiefly as regards the soul. Now ~ 457 2, 154 | Therefore incontinence is chiefly on the part of ~the soul.~ 458 2, 154 | that incontinence pertains ~chiefly to the soul.~Aquin.: SMT 459 2, 154 | Duab. Anim. x, xi] sin is ~chiefly an act of the will, because " 460 2, 155 | virtue is deserving of praise chiefly because it directs man ~ 461 2, 156 | would seem that this is chiefly what Gregory of ~Nyssa and 462 2, 158 | to be deserving of praise chiefly ~on account of its moderation. 463 2, 159 | not consist externals, but chiefly ~in the inward choice of 464 2, 159 | special virtue, regards ~chiefly the subjection of man to 465 2, 159 | would seem that humility is chiefly concerned ~with knowledge, 466 2, 159 | ad 3), humility consists ~chiefly in man's subjection to God. 467 2, 159 | like other virtues, resides chiefly inwardly in ~the soul. Consequently 468 2, 159 | temperance. For humility regards chiefly the reverence whereby one 469 2, 159 | to a virtue we consider chiefly the likeness that ~results 470 2, 159 | of temperance, whence ~it chiefly derives its praise, is the 471 2, 159 | which order is considered chiefly in reference to the end: 472 2, 159 | 4: The reason why Christ chiefly proposed humility to us, 473 2, 159 | humility in two ways. First and chiefly by a ~gift of grace, and 474 2, 160 | one, ~would seem to belong chiefly to the fourth species, which 475 2, 160 | 5]) that pride regards ~chiefly subjection to God which 476 2, 161 | But the first man sinned chiefly by coveting God's ~likeness 477 2, 162 | seem to be inaccessible, chiefly on account of the ~extreme 478 2, 164 | since nature inclines us. chiefly to fear ~dangers of death, 479 2, 164 | the flesh, fortitude is ~chiefly commended for a certain 480 2, 165 | intellective knowledge, it would be chiefly about the philosophical ~ 481 2, 165 | the ~sight is the sense chiefly used for obtaining knowledge, 482 2, 166 | disposition, and this regards chiefly the passions of the soul. ~ 483 2, 169 | that, Prophecy first and chiefly consists in knowledge, ~ 484 2, 169 | perfects the intellect chiefly to ~the effect of knowing 485 2, 169 | intellect the intellect knows ~chiefly the first principles of 486 2, 170 | sanctifying grace is given chiefly in order that man's soul ~ 487 2, 172 | prophetic light pertains chiefly to the ~mind, as stated 488 2, 172 | of the means is measured chiefly by the ~end. Now the end 489 2, 172 | Now ~our faith consists chiefly in two things: first, in 490 2, 175 | permitted to ~women. First and chiefly, on account of the condition 491 2, 178 | the ~contemplative who are chiefly intent on the contemplation 492 2, 178 | the contemplative life is chiefly directed to the ~contemplation 493 2, 178 | operation on which a man is ~chiefly intent. Wherefore if there 494 2, 178 | whereas contemplation resides ~chiefly in the intellect. Therefore 495 2, 178 | contemplative life consists ~chiefly in the contemplation of 496 2, 178 | contemplative life consists chiefly in an act ~of the intellect, 497 2, 179 | moral virtues are directed chiefly, not to ~the contemplation 498 2, 179 | Q[180], A[4]), ~consists chiefly in the contemplation of 499 2, 180 | essential reward ~consists chiefly in charity, whereof external 500 2, 181 | Church seemingly consists chiefly in ~peace, according to


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