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St. Thomas Aquinas
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1 1, 12 | hosts is Thy Name. Great in counsel, and incomprehensible in ~ 2 1, 14 | the highest cause; he has "counsel" or "prudence," according 3 1, 14 | wisdom and strength, He hath counsel and understanding" (Job 4 1, 19 | things ~according to the counsel of His will." Now, what 5 1, 19 | we work according to the ~counsel of the will, we do not will 6 1, 19 | it before; hence we take counsel in ~order to know what is 7 1, 19 | God ~changes, but not His counsel" - that is to say, the counsel 8 1, 19 | counsel" - that is to say, the counsel of His will. ~When therefore 9 1, 19 | is an end of free will, ~counsel, and all other such things.~ 10 1, 19 | prohibition, ~precept, counsel, operation, and permission - 11 1, 19 | us do by His precept ~or counsel, these He sometimes operates 12 1, 19 | them all. ~But precept, counsel, and prohibition belong 13 1, 19 | prohibition - and two - namely, counsel and precept - in ~the case 14 1, 19 | persuasion, ~which is a part of counsel. Since in these ways the 15 1, 19 | that will. That precept, counsel, and ~prohibition are called 16 1, 19 | good that is necessary and counsel to good that is of supererogation.~ 17 1, 19 | precept, operation, and counsel; or of prohibition or ~permission.~ 18 1, 19 | pleasure; while precept and counsel are not; both because the 19 1, 19 | these are the subject of ~counsel. Or it may be said that 20 1, 19 | Or it may be said that counsel is not only concerned with 21 1, 21 | things according to the counsel of His will" (Eph. 1:11). 22 1, 22 | 5,9,18), it gives good ~counsel, cannot belong to God, Who 23 1, 22 | for which He ~should take counsel. Therefore providence cannot 24 1, 22 | Whence, ~though to take counsel may not be fitting to God, 25 1, 22 | God, from the fact that ~counsel is an inquiry into matters 26 1, 22 | things to be done is called counsel in ~God; not because of 27 1, 22 | to which those who take counsel come by inquiry. Whence 28 1, 22 | things according to the counsel of His will" ~(Eph. 1:11).~ 29 1, 22 | concerning which there is counsel and choice." Since, then, 30 1, 22 | in the hand of his own counsel" (Ecclus. 15:14). And particularly 31 1, 22 | which these are able to take counsel and make ~a choice. Hence 32 1, 22 | In the hand of his own ~counsel." But since the very act 33 1, 22 | concerning which we take counsel.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[22] A[ 34 1, 43 | servant; or according to counsel, as an adviser ~may be said 35 1, 43 | principle, by command or counsel; forasmuch ~as the one commanding 36 1, 59 | of something after taking counsel," ~while counsel is "a kind 37 1, 59 | taking counsel," ~while counsel is "a kind of inquiry," 38 1, 59 | inquisitive deliberation of counsel, but by the sudden acceptance 39 1, 60 | love; since choice follows counsel, ~which lies in inquiry, 40 1, 43 | servant; or according to counsel, as an adviser ~may be said 41 1, 43 | principle, by command or counsel; forasmuch ~as the one commanding 42 1, 60 | of something after taking counsel," ~while counsel is "a kind 43 1, 60 | taking counsel," ~while counsel is "a kind of inquiry," 44 1, 60 | inquisitive deliberation of counsel, but by the sudden acceptance 45 1, 61 | love; since choice follows counsel, ~which lies in inquiry, 46 1, 82 | him in the hand of his own counsel"; and the gloss ~adds: " 47 1, 82 | of the cognitive power, counsel is ~required, by which we 48 1, 82 | accept the judgment of counsel. Therefore Aristotle (Ethic. 49 1, 82 | desire proceeding from counsel." And the reason of this 50 1, 82 | concludes and terminates counsel. Now ~counsel is terminated, 51 1, 82 | terminates counsel. Now ~counsel is terminated, first, by 52 1, 82 | having formed a judgment by counsel, we desire in accordance 53 1, 82 | in accordance with ~that counsel." And in this sense choice 54 1, 82 | belongs to ~the preceding counsel, which is an act of reason. 55 1, 95 | but by ~the service of counsel": and (De Civ. Dei xix, 56 2, 1 | to work at anything, and counsel would have no ~term, but 57 2, 2 | him in the hand of his own counsel." Now it ~is evident that 58 2, 9 | this without the aid of counsel: for when a man ~wills to 59 2, 9 | done this with the aid of counsel ~following some previous 60 2, 10 | him in the hand of his own counsel." Therefore He ~does not 61 2, 13 | And choice is ~preceded by counsel. First of all, then, we 62 2, 13 | consider choice: ~secondly, counsel; thirdly, consent; fourthly, 63 2, 13 | neither desire only, nor counsel only, but a combination 64 2, 13 | that ~when men in taking counsel together come to something 65 2, 14 | 14] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF COUNSEL, WHICH PRECEDES CHOICE ( 66 2, 14 | ARTICLES)~We must now consider counsel; concerning which there 67 2, 14 | of ~inquiry:~(1) Whether counsel is an inquiry?~(2) Whether 68 2, 14 | an inquiry?~(2) Whether counsel is of the end or of the 69 2, 14 | of the means?~(3) Whether counsel is only of things that we 70 2, 14 | that we do?~(4) Whether counsel is of all things that we 71 2, 14 | Whether the process of counsel is one of analysis?~(6) 72 2, 14 | Whether the process of counsel is indefinite?~Aquin.: SMT 73 2, 14 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether counsel is an inquiry?~Aquin.: SMT 74 2, 14 | OBJ 1: It would seem that counsel is not an inquiry. For Damascene 75 2, 14 | Fide Orth. ii, 22) that counsel is "an act of the appetite." 76 2, 14 | the appetite. Therefore counsel is not an ~inquiry.~Aquin.: 77 2, 14 | the FP, Q[14], A[7]. But counsel is ascribed to God: for 78 2, 14 | things according to the ~counsel of His will." Therefore 79 2, 14 | of His will." Therefore counsel is not inquiry.~Aquin.: 80 2, 14 | of doubtful matters. But counsel is given in ~matters that 81 2, 14 | of the Lord: but I give ~counsel." Therefore counsel is not 82 2, 14 | give ~counsel." Therefore counsel is not an inquiry.~Aquin.: 83 2, 14 | Hom. xxxiv.] says: ~"Every counsel is an inquiry; but not every 84 2, 14 | but not every inquiry is a counsel."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[14] A[ 85 2, 14 | and this inquiry is called counsel. Hence the ~Philosopher 86 2, 14 | which is ~choice: and in counsel, which is an act of reason, 87 2, 14 | both as matter (since counsel is of what man wills to 88 2, 14 | that man is moved to take ~counsel in regard to the means). 89 2, 14 | Fide Orth. ii, 22) that counsel is "appetite based on inquiry," ~ 90 2, 14 | inquiry," ~so as to show that counsel belongs, in a way, both 91 2, 14 | In like manner we ascribe counsel to God, ~as to the certainty 92 2, 14 | arises from the inquiry of counsel. But such inquiry has no 93 2, 14 | ii, 22): "God takes not counsel: those only ~take counsel 94 2, 14 | counsel: those only ~take counsel who lack knowledge."~Aquin.: 95 2, 14 | Consequently in such ~things counsel may be given.~Aquin.: SMT 96 2, 14 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether counsel is of the end, or only of 97 2, 14 | OBJ 1: It would seem that counsel is not only of the means 98 2, 14 | to what is to be ~done is counsel, it seems that counsel can 99 2, 14 | is counsel, it seems that counsel can be of the end.~Aquin.: 100 2, 14 | Further, the matter of counsel is human actions. But some 101 2, 14 | in Ethic. i, 1. Therefore counsel can be of ~the end.~Aquin.: 102 2, 14 | Hom. xxxiv.] says ~that "counsel is not of the end, but of 103 2, 14 | inquiry. ~Since therefore counsel is an inquiry, it is not 104 2, 14 | will become an object of ~counsel. ~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[14] A[ 105 2, 14 | as an end. Wherefore if counsel is taken about it, it will 106 2, 14 | taken about it, it will be ~counsel not about the end, but about 107 2, 14 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Counsel is about operations, in 108 2, 14 | such, be the matter of counsel.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[14] A[ 109 2, 14 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether counsel is only of things that we 110 2, 14 | OBJ 1: It would seem that counsel is not only of things that 111 2, 14 | things that we do. For ~counsel implies some kind of conference. 112 2, 14 | various things. Therefore ~counsel is not only of things that 113 2, 14 | Further, men sometimes seek counsel about things that are laid ~ 114 2, 14 | by law; hence we speak of counsel at law. And yet those who 115 2, 14 | And yet those who seek ~counsel thus, have nothing to do 116 2, 14 | making the laws. Therefore counsel is ~not only of things that 117 2, 14 | in our power. Therefore counsel is not only of ~things that 118 2, 14 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, if counsel were only of things that 119 2, 14 | that we do, no would take ~counsel about what another does. 120 2, 14 | clearly untrue. Therefore ~counsel is not only of things that 121 2, 14 | xxxiv.] says: ~"We take counsel of things that are within 122 2, 14 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Counsel properly implies a conference 123 2, 14 | Wherefore the ~inquiry of counsel is concerned, properly speaking, 124 2, 14 | Consequently, properly speaking, counsel is about things done by 125 2, 14 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Counsel implies conference, not 126 2, 14 | action of him who seeks counsel, nevertheless it directs 127 2, 14 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Counsel is not only about what is 128 2, 14 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: We seek counsel about the actions of others, 129 2, 14 | other; thus the master takes counsel about what he would do through 130 2, 14 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether counsel is about all things that 131 2, 14 | OBJ 1: It would seem that counsel is about all things that 132 2, 14 | things that we do. Therefore counsel is ~too.~Aquin.: SMT FS 133 2, 14 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, counsel implies the reason's inquiry. 134 2, 14 | inquiry. Therefore there is counsel about everything that we 135 2, 14 | means than one, we take counsel by ~inquiring whereby it 136 2, 14 | or by several. Therefore counsel takes place ~in all things 137 2, 14 | Hom. xxxiv.] says ~that "counsel has no place in things that 138 2, 14 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Counsel is a kind of inquiry, as 139 2, 14 | thus a writer does not take counsel how ~to form his letters, 140 2, 14 | of which we do not take counsel, ~although they conduce 141 2, 14 | OBJ 1: Choice presupposes counsel by reason of its judgment 142 2, 14 | need for the inquiry of counsel.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[14] A[ 143 2, 14 | Consequently there is no need of counsel in all that ~is done by 144 2, 14 | means: hence the need of counsel. But when not only the means, ~ 145 2, 14 | then there is no need of ~counsel.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[14] A[ 146 2, 14 | 1~Whether the process of counsel is one of analysis?~Aquin.: 147 2, 14 | seem that the process of counsel is not one of analysis. ~ 148 2, 14 | not one of analysis. ~For counsel is about things that we 149 2, 14 | the composite. Therefore counsel does not always proceed 150 2, 14 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, counsel is an inquiry of the reason. 151 2, 14 | it seems that in taking counsel one should ~proceed from 152 2, 14 | Therefore the process of counsel is not one of ~analysis.~ 153 2, 14 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, counsel is only of such things as 154 2, 14 | Therefore the inquiry of counsel ~should begin from things 155 2, 14 | 3) that "he who takes ~counsel seems to inquire and analyze."~ 156 2, 14 | principle in ~the inquiry of counsel is the end, which precedes 157 2, 14 | execution. Hence the inquiry of counsel must ~needs be one of analysis, 158 2, 14 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Counsel is indeed about action. 159 2, 14 | 1~Whether the process of counsel is indefinite?~Aquin.: SMT 160 2, 14 | seem that the process of counsel is indefinite. For ~counsel 161 2, 14 | counsel is indefinite. For ~counsel is an inquiry about the 162 2, 14 | Therefore the process of counsel ~is indefinite.~Aquin.: 163 2, 14 | Further, the inquiry of counsel has to consider not only 164 2, 14 | Therefore the ~inquiry of counsel goes on indefinitely.~Aquin.: 165 2, 14 | therefore the inquiry of counsel is infinite, no one would ~ 166 2, 14 | one would ~begin to take counsel. Which is clearly untrue.~ 167 2, 14 | answer that, The inquiry of counsel is actually finite on both 168 2, 14 | available in the inquiry of counsel. One is proper to it, and 169 2, 14 | which is not the matter of counsel, but is taken for granted 170 2, 14 | granted in the inquiry of counsel ~are any facts received 171 2, 14 | nourishment. ~Of such things counsel makes no inquiry. But the 172 2, 14 | Nothing however prevents counsel from being infinite potentially, ~ 173 2, 14 | inquired into by means of counsel.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[14] A[ 174 2, 14 | always necessary to take counsel ~about removing the obstacle.~ 175 2, 15 | sentence," i.e. consent. But counsel is not in ~irrational animals. 176 2, 15 | embraces the judgment of his counsel." But counsel is only about 177 2, 15 | judgment of his counsel." But counsel is only about the ~means. 178 2, 15 | desire of the end; then the counsel about the means; then ~the 179 2, 15 | the end, they come under counsel: and ~so counsel can be 180 2, 15 | come under counsel: and ~so counsel can be applied to them, 181 2, 15 | judgment resulting from counsel. But the appetitive ~movement 182 2, 15 | the end is not applied to counsel: rather is counsel applied ~ 183 2, 15 | applied to counsel: rather is counsel applied ~to it, because 184 2, 15 | applied ~to it, because counsel presupposes the desire of 185 2, 15 | presupposes the decision of counsel. And ~therefore the application 186 2, 15 | the appetitive movement to counsel's ~decision is consent, 187 2, 15 | speaking. Consequently, since counsel is ~only about the means, 188 2, 15 | may happen ~that by aid of counsel several means have been 189 2, 17 | viz. use. Because after counsel's decision, ~which is reason' 190 2, 24 | All those that take counsel about matters of ~doubt, 191 2, 42 | that "fear makes us take counsel." But ~we do not take counsel 192 2, 42 | counsel." But ~we do not take counsel about things which happen 193 2, 42 | with this hope one may take counsel about avoiding it.~Aquin.: 194 2, 44 | it makes men suitable for counsel?~(3) Whether it makes one 195 2, 44 | fear makes one suitable for counsel? ~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[44] A[ 196 2, 44 | not make one suitable for counsel. ~For the same thing cannot 197 2, 44 | thing cannot be conducive to counsel, and a hindrance ~thereto. 198 2, 44 | thereto. But fear hinders counsel: because every passion disturbs 199 2, 44 | make a man suitable for counsel.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[44] A[ 200 2, 44 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, counsel is an act of reason, in 201 2, 44 | fear does not conduce to counsel, but hinders it.~Aquin.: 202 2, 44 | just as we have recourse to counsel in order to avoid ~evil, 203 2, 44 | is not more conducive to counsel, than hope is.~Aquin.: SMT 204 2, 44 | that "fear makes men ~of counsel."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[44] A[ 205 2, 44 | I answer that, A man of counsel may be taken in two ways. 206 2, 44 | willing or anxious to take counsel. And thus fear makes men 207 2, 44 | thus fear makes men of ~counsel. Because, as the Philosopher 208 2, 44 | Ethic. iii, 3), "we take ~counsel on great matters, because 209 2, 44 | Wherefore ~men seek for counsel especially when they are 210 2, 44 | 2/3~Secondly, a man of counsel means one who is apt for 211 2, 44 | who is apt for giving good counsel: ~and in this sense, neither 212 2, 44 | any passion makes men of counsel. ~Because when a man is 213 2, 44 | the faculty of giving good counsel.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[44] A[ 214 2, 44 | does indeed wish to take counsel, but his thoughts are so 215 2, 44 | disturbed, that ~he can find no counsel. If, however, the fear be 216 2, 44 | make a ~man wish to take counsel, without gravely disturbing 217 2, 44 | easier for him to take good counsel, by reason of his ~ensuing 218 2, 44 | Rhet. ii, 5), "no man takes counsel in matters he ~despairs 219 2, 44 | 3. ~But fear incites to counsel more than hope does. Because 220 2, 44 | ourselves, that we take counsel, as stated ~above.~Aquin.: 221 2, 44 | solicitude, and makes a man take counsel and work with greater attention. ~ 222 2, 57 | prudence, "to be of good counsel" (Ethic. ~vi, 5). But counselling 223 2, 57 | OBJ 3: Prudence is of good counsel about matters regarding 224 2, 57 | But in some arts there is counsel ~about matters concerning 225 2, 57 | simply prudent who give good counsel about all ~the concerns 226 2, 57 | prudence that we are of good counsel," as ~stated in Ethic. vi, 227 2, 57 | also ~from another's good counsel. Therefore man does not 228 2, 57 | human never to err in taking counsel about ~what is to be done; 229 2, 57 | in his reason, because ~counsel and choice, which are about 230 2, 57 | good deed, not of his own counsel, but ~moved by that of another, 231 2, 57 | habit whereby we take good counsel" (Ethic. vi, 9). Now it " 232 2, 57 | to ~prudence to take good counsel," as stated (Ethic. vi, 233 2, 57 | on which one has to take counsel. But there ~is one virtue 234 2, 57 | referring to all matters of counsel. Therefore, in order to ~ 235 2, 57 | the first of ~these is counsel; the second, judgment; the 236 2, 57 | inquiry ~and judgment, for counsel is a kind of inquiry: but 237 2, 57 | eustochia}," which perfects ~counsel; and "{synesis}" and "{gnome}," 238 2, 57 | Prudence makes us be of good counsel, not as though its ~immediate 239 2, 57 | consisted in being of good counsel, but because it perfects ~ 240 2, 57 | directed to ~being of good counsel, wheres there are two virtues 241 2, 58 | cannot do unless his reason counsel, judge and command ~aright, 242 2, 58 | virtue whereby we are of good counsel" ~(Ethic. vi, 9). Now many 243 2, 58 | 9). Now many are of good counsel without having the moral ~ 244 2, 58 | only helps us to be of good counsel, but also ~to judge and 245 2, 59 | its consent, it hinders counsel and the ~judgment of reason. 246 2, 61 | command, but not in its counsel or its judgment, as ~stated 247 2, 68 | are intellectual virtues, counsel pertains to prudence, piety 248 2, 68 | knowledge, ~understanding and counsel, and three to the appetite, 249 2, 68 | there is no need to take counsel according ~to human reason, 250 2, 68 | the precept, ~but under a counsel. Therefore the gifts are 251 2, 68 | understanding against dullness, counsel against ~rashness, fortitude 252 2, 68 | understanding, knowledge, and ~counsel, which corresponds to prudence; 253 2, 68 | to direct understanding; ~counsel, to direct fortitude; knowledge, 254 2, 68 | the ~practical reason, by "counsel." In order to judge aright, 255 2, 68 | based upon wisdom . . . Counsel is worthless, when the strength 256 2, 68 | it be ~not supported by counsel . . . Knowledge is nought 257 2, 68 | the truths heard . . ~. counsel . . . stays us from acting 258 2, 68 | of the mind remains. ~Of counsel he says that it "prevents 259 2, 68 | perfects man's judgment, while counsel ~pertains to inquiry. But 260 2, 68 | more excellent gift than counsel; and yet it is ~set down 261 2, 68 | understanding, knowledge, and counsel are more excellent than 262 2, 68 | their matter, fortitude and counsel precede ~knowledge and piety: 263 2, 68 | piety: because fortitude and counsel are concerned with ~difficult 264 2, 68 | simply, while, so far, as counsel and fortitude are preferred 265 2, 68 | knowledge stands before counsel by reason of its ~judgment, 266 2, 68 | reason of its ~judgment, yet counsel is more excellent by reason 267 2, 68 | reason of its matter: for ~counsel is only concerned with matters 268 2, 68 | the part of the ~matter, counsel is united to fortitude as 269 2, 68 | united to piety: because counsel and ~fortitude are concerned 270 2, 68 | ordinary matters. Hence counsel together with ~fortitude, 271 2, 68 | understanding; against rashness, counsel; against fear, fortitude; ~ 272 2, 68 | from the right path; or counsel, while it multiplies ~itself, 273 2, 69 | gifts, e.g. knowledge and counsel: ~yet none of the beatitudes 274 2, 69 | the acts ~of knowledge or counsel. Therefore the beatitudes 275 2, 69 | who hath not walked in the counsel of the ~ungodly"; and (Prov. 276 2, 69 | those gifts, as, e.g. to counsel is the act of counsel, and 277 2, 69 | to counsel is the act of counsel, and to judge, ~the act 278 2, 69 | and mercy in respect of counsel.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[69] A[ 279 2, 69 | assigned to knowledge and counsel as to their directing ~principles: 280 2, 69 | being merciful is God's counsel, according to Dan. ~4:24: " 281 2, 69 | according to Dan. ~4:24: "Let my counsel be acceptable to the king [ 282 2, 69 | that hath not walked in the counsel of the ungodly," we must ~ 283 2, 75 | children of Israel by the counsel of Balaam, and made you ~ 284 2, 80 | extrinsic principle of human ~counsel." Now human counsel is not 285 2, 80 | human ~counsel." Now human counsel is not only about good things 286 2, 80 | God moves man to take good counsel, and so is ~the cause of 287 2, 80 | devil moves him to take evil counsel, and ~consequently is directly 288 2, 80 | be determined to an evil counsel, is ~directly due to the 289 2, 91 | in the ~hand of his own counsel." Now counsel is an act 290 2, 91 | of his own counsel." Now counsel is an act of reason, as 291 2, 91 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Counsel is a kind of inquiry: hence 292 2, 92 | stated above (A[1]). But counsel aims at a higher good than 293 2, 92 | Therefore it belongs to law to counsel rather than to ~command.~ 294 2, 92 | after giving a certain counsel (1 Cor. 7:12) says: "I ~ 295 2, 100 | come under an admonition of counsel.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] A[ 296 2, 108 | above, when treating of counsel (Q[14]~, A[2]). But the 297 2, 108 | it was unfitting ~that no counsel of obedience should be contained 298 2, 108 | The difference between a counsel and a commandment is ~that 299 2, 108 | implies obligation, whereas a counsel is left to the ~option of 300 2, 108 | case, this is taking that counsel in a restricted sense, ~ 301 2, 108 | prayer, he follows the counsel for that particular time. 302 2, 108 | lawfully, he ~follows the counsel in that particular case: 303 2, 108 | counsels. For in giving the counsel of perpetual poverty (Mt. 304 2, 108 | manner when He gave the ~counsel of perpetual chastity, saying ( 305 2, 108 | 7:35), after giving the counsel of virginity, says: "And 306 2, 108 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Even the counsel of obedience is understood 307 2, 111 | also are understanding, counsel, piety, fortitude, and fear, 308 2, 113 | requires the ~deliberation of counsel, as stated above (Q[13], 309 2, 8 | is contrary to dulness, counsel is contrary to rashness, ~ 310 2, 8 | wisdom, knowledge, and counsel, which also belong to the ~ 311 2, 8 | the gifts of knowledge and counsel, in that these two belong 312 2, 8 | belongs to the gift of counsel.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[8] A[6] 313 2, 8 | Rashness is clearly opposed to ~counsel, whereby man does not proceed 314 2, 8 | to wisdom, ~knowledge or counsel.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[8] A[8] 315 2, 8 | known. Hence the gift of counsel, which belongs only to ~ 316 2, 28 | Therefore whatever hinders counsel cannot be called a virtue. 317 2, 28 | virtue. But mercy ~hinders counsel, according to the saying 318 2, 28 | All ~those that take counsel about matters of doubt, 319 2, 30 | instruct the ignorant, ~to counsel the doubtful, to comfort 320 2, 30 | the following verse: "To ~counsel, reprove, console, to pardon, 321 2, 30 | and to pray," yet so that ~counsel includes both advice and 322 2, 30 | almsgiving is a matter of ~counsel, according to Dan. 4:24: " 323 2, 30 | according to Dan. 4:24: "Let my counsel be acceptable to the ~King; [ 324 2, 30 | greater good, is a matter of counsel.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[32] A[ 325 2, 30 | matter not of precept but of ~counsel. Yet it would be inordinate 326 2, 31 | admonition is a kind of counsel, which is an act of prudence, 327 2, 31 | man is one who is of good counsel (Ethic. vi, 5). Therefore ~ 328 2, 31 | end, about which things counsel and ~choice are concerned. 329 2, 38 | the power to declare and counsel war should be ~in the hands 330 2, 38 | of clerics to dispose and counsel other men to ~engage in 331 2, 41 | food: but he intended to counsel abstinence from a ~particular 332 2, 42 | precept, but a matter of counsel. Therefore we ought not 333 2, 45 | directed to the end there is counsel in the ~reason, and choice 334 2, 45 | appetite, of which two, counsel belongs more ~properly to 335 2, 45 | prudent man "takes good counsel." But as choice presupposes ~ 336 2, 45 | But as choice presupposes ~counsel, since it is "the desire 337 2, 45 | the choice by means of ~counsel.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[47] A[ 338 2, 45 | is capable of taking good counsel." Now counsel is about ~ 339 2, 45 | taking good counsel." Now counsel is about ~things that we 340 2, 45 | a matter of choice ~and counsel as to its exercise; and 341 2, 45 | it comes under ~neither counsel nor prudence.~Aquin.: SMT 342 2, 45 | right ~reason in matters of counsel, which are those wherein 343 2, 45 | end, there is ~need for counsel, as for instance in the 344 2, 45 | prudent ~man takes good counsel." Now "to take counsel" 345 2, 45 | good counsel." Now "to take counsel" and "to command" seem to ~ 346 2, 45 | acts. The first is "to take counsel," which belongs to discovery, 347 2, 45 | belongs to discovery, for ~counsel is an act of inquiry, as 348 2, 45 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Good counsel is required in order that 349 2, 45 | prudence which takes good counsel.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[47] A[ 350 2, 45 | quick in carrying out the counsel taken, but slow in taking 351 2, 45 | taken, but slow in taking counsel." ~Hence it is that solicitude 352 2, 45 | deceived unawares by evil ~counsel."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[47] A[ 353 2, 45 | since fear makes us ~take counsel, as stated above (FS, Q[ 354 2, 45 | belongs to prudence rightly to counsel, judge, and ~command concerning 355 2, 45 | is not ~competent to take counsel." But prudence makes a man 356 2, 45 | prudence makes a man take good counsel ~(Ethic. vi, 5). Therefore 357 2, 45 | is not capable of taking counsel, in so far as he ~is a slave ( 358 2, 45 | master), but he does ~take counsel in so far as he is a rational 359 2, 45 | say that to be of good ~counsel is the work of prudent man 360 2, 45 | many sinners can take ~good counsel. Therefore sinners can have 361 2, 45 | prudence, as when a man takes counsel ~aright, and forms a good 362 2, 45 | and perfect, for it takes counsel, ~judges and commands aright 363 2, 45 | 3: Sinners can take good counsel for an evil end, or for 364 2, 45 | not perfectly take good counsel for the end ~of their whole 365 2, 45 | since they do not carry that counsel into effect. ~Hence they 366 2, 45 | man is one who takes good counsel, as stated ~above (A[8], 367 2, 45 | grace who do not take ~good counsel, and need to be guided by 368 2, 45 | need to be guided by the counsel of others. Therefore ~not 369 2, 45 | require to be guided by the counsel of others, ~are able, if 370 2, 45 | they have grace, to take counsel for themselves in this ~ 371 2, 45 | least, that they require the counsel of others and can discern ~ 372 2, 45 | discern ~good from evil counsel.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[47] A[ 373 2, 45 | them, because it ~takes counsel about the means.~Aquin.: 374 2, 46 | vi, ~9,10,11) that "good counsel," "synesis" and "gnome" 375 2, 46 | prudence, ~namely, "good counsel," "shrewdness," "foresight," " 376 2, 46 | eubulia" which refers to counsel, is connected ~with prudence, 377 2, 46 | parts of ~prudence are "good counsel," which concerns counsel, " 378 2, 46 | counsel," which concerns counsel, "synesis," which ~concerns 379 2, 47 | matters of action, about which counsel is concerned, as stated 380 2, 47 | necessary in order to take good ~counsel for the future.~Aquin.: 381 2, 47 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, good counsel pertains to prudence according 382 2, 47 | there is no place in good counsel for shrewdness [*Ethic. ~ 383 2, 47 | unreasoning and rapid," whereas counsel ~needs to be slow, as stated 384 2, 47 | that {euboulia}, i.e. good counsel, is not {eustochia}, which 385 2, 47 | Now a man may take ~good counsel, though he be long and slow 386 2, 47 | conjecture in taking good counsel: ~indeed it is sometimes 387 2, 47 | prudence is to take good counsel, as stated ~in Ethic. vi, 388 2, 47 | stated ~in Ethic. vi, 7. Now counsel is a research proceeding 389 2, 47 | them there is no room for counsel on account of ~their certitude, 390 2, 47 | is to judge and to take counsel. But none of these seems 391 2, 47 | foresight, contains rectitude of counsel, judgment and command, without ~ 392 2, 48 | belongs to prudence to take counsel. Therefore there is great 393 2, 49 | deliberating well) or good counsel, either through devising 394 2, 49 | well) is concerned with counsel, which implies ~doubt and 395 2, 49 | men ~are slow in taking counsel. Therefore {euboulia} (deliberating 396 2, 49 | is proper to him to take counsel, since this denotes a research 397 2, 49 | well) signifies goodness of counsel, for it ~is derived from 398 2, 49 | eu}, good, and {boule}, counsel, being "a good ~counsel" 399 2, 49 | counsel, being "a good ~counsel" or rather "a disposition 400 2, 49 | disposition to take good counsel." Hence it is ~evident that { 401 2, 49 | OBJ 1: There is no good counsel either in deliberating for 402 2, 49 | acts of reason, of which counsel is one, but also as ~regards 403 2, 49 | contrary to taking good counsel. For good ~counsel requires 404 2, 49 | good counsel. For good ~counsel requires not only the discovery 405 2, 49 | nor too quick in taking counsel, and the mode of taking ~ 406 2, 49 | and the mode of taking ~counsel, so that one be firm in 407 2, 49 | that one be firm in the counsel taken, and other like due ~ 408 2, 49 | virtuous man takes good counsel in those things which are ~ 409 2, 49 | perhaps he does not take good ~counsel in other particular matters, 410 2, 49 | seemingly, one who takes good counsel." Now ~this belongs to { 411 2, 49 | that a man acquires good counsel, good judgment, or good 412 2, 49 | which makes man take good counsel must ~needs be a distinct 413 2, 49 | command well. ~And since counsel is directed to command as 414 2, 49 | to prudence to take good counsel by commanding ~it, to {euboulia} ( 415 2, 49 | general" [*Ethic. vi, 5]: for counsel comes ~first, judgment follows, 416 2, 49 | of their own, the end of counsel being the discovery of what 417 2, 49 | Judgment is more perfect than counsel. But {euboulia}, ~or good 418 2, 49 | But {euboulia}, ~or good counsel, is a virtue. Much more, 419 2, 49 | evident that goodness of ~counsel and goodness of judgment 420 2, 49 | for ~many can take good counsel, without having good sense 421 2, 49 | judgment is midway between counsel and precept. Now ~there 422 2, 49 | only one virtue of good counsel, viz. {euboulia} (deliberating ~ 423 2, 49 | to which the research of counsel belongs is one for ~all, 424 2, 50 | Para. 1/1 - OF THE GIFT OF COUNSEL (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must 425 2, 50 | now consider the gift of counsel which corresponds to prudence. ~ 426 2, 50 | of inquiry:~(1) Whether counsel should be reckoned among 427 2, 50 | 2) Whether the gift of counsel corresponds to prudence?~( 428 2, 50 | 3) Whether the gift of counsel remains in heaven?~(4) Whether 429 2, 50 | corresponds to the gift of counsel?~~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[52] A[ 430 2, 50 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether counsel should be reckoned among 431 2, 50 | OBJ 1: It would seem that counsel should not be reckoned among 432 2, 50 | for the purpose of ~taking counsel, man is sufficiently perfected 433 2, 50 | 51], AA[1],2). Therefore counsel should ~not be reckoned 434 2, 50 | have the Holy Ghost. But counsel seems to be ~one of those 435 2, 50 | brother ~Simon is a man of counsel." Therefore counsel should 436 2, 50 | man of counsel." Therefore counsel should be numbered among ~ 437 2, 50 | sons," it would seem that counsel should not be ~numbered 438 2, 50 | him . . . the spirit of counsel, and of fortitude."~Aquin.: 439 2, 50 | this research is called counsel. Hence the ~Holy Ghost is 440 2, 50 | rational creature by way of counsel, ~wherefore counsel is reckoned 441 2, 50 | way of counsel, ~wherefore counsel is reckoned among the gifts 442 2, 50 | directs man in the research of counsel according to ~principles 443 2, 50 | well) makes man take good counsel either for himself or for ~ 444 2, 50 | Hence in ~the research of counsel, man requires to be directed 445 2, 50 | done through the gift of counsel, ~whereby man is directed 446 2, 50 | those who are unable to take counsel for themselves, seek ~counsel 447 2, 50 | counsel for themselves, seek ~counsel from those who are wiser.~ 448 2, 50 | That a man be of such good counsel as to counsel others, ~may 449 2, 50 | such good counsel as to counsel others, ~may be due to a 450 2, 50 | Accordingly the gift of counsel ~is befitting the children 451 2, 50 | 1/1~Whether the gift of counsel corresponds to the virtue 452 2, 50 | would seem that the gift of counsel does not fittingly ~correspond 453 2, 50 | 68], A[8]). Since, then, counsel is the first and ~lowest 454 2, 50 | corresponding to prudence is not ~counsel, but rather a gift of judgment 455 2, 50 | Therefore the gift of counsel ~does not correspond to 456 2, 50 | it belongs to the gift of counsel that man ~should be directed 457 2, 50 | Therefore the gift of ~counsel does not correspond to the 458 2, 50 | the contrary, The gift of counsel is about what has to be 459 2, 50 | this belongs to the gift of counsel, as stated above ~(A[1]). 460 2, 50 | Therefore the gift of counsel corresponds to prudence, 461 2, 50 | judgment ~rather than of counsel whereby it is possible to 462 2, 50 | the other hand the gift of counsel corresponds ~to prudence 463 2, 50 | 1/1~Whether the gift of counsel remains in heaven?~Aquin.: 464 2, 50 | would seem that the gift of counsel does not remain in heaven. ~ 465 2, 50 | not remain in heaven. ~For counsel is about what has to be 466 2, 50 | end. Therefore the gift of counsel is not in ~heaven.~Aquin.: 467 2, 50 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, counsel implies doubt, for it is 468 2, 50 | for it is absurd to take counsel in matters that are evident, 469 2, 50 | heaven. Therefore there is no counsel in ~heaven.~Aquin.: SMT 470 2, 50 | shall be like to Him." ~But counsel is not becoming to God, 471 2, 50 | in heaven is the ~gift of counsel becoming.~Aquin.: SMT SS 472 2, 50 | God; and this is to take counsel of God, for as ~Augustine 473 2, 50 | v, 19) "the angels take counsel of God about ~things beneath 474 2, 50 | such matters is called "counsel."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[52] A[ 475 2, 50 | Accordingly the gift of counsel is in the blessed, in so 476 2, 50 | this respect the gift of counsel finds a place ~in them.~ 477 2, 50 | OBJ 2: Doubt belongs to counsel according to the present 478 2, 50 | of ~life, but not to that counsel which takes place in heaven. 479 2, 50 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Counsel is in God, not as receiving 480 2, 50 | corresponds to the ~gift of counsel?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[52] A[ 481 2, 50 | correspond to the gift of counsel. For all the beatitudes 482 2, 50 | Now we are directed by ~counsel in all acts of virtue. Therefore 483 2, 50 | correspond more than any other to counsel. ~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[52] A[ 484 2, 50 | necessary for ~salvation, while counsel is given about matters which 485 2, 50 | corresponds to the gift of counsel, rather than to the beatitude ~ 486 2, 50 | correspond to the gift of counsel, as appears from Gal. ~5: 487 2, 50 | correspond to the ~gift of counsel.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[52] A[ 488 2, 50 | says (De Serm. Dom. iv): "Counsel is ~befitting the merciful, 489 2, 50 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Counsel is properly about things 490 2, 50 | correspond to ~the gift of counsel. Now such is mercy, according 491 2, 50 | corresponds to the gift of ~counsel, not as eliciting but as 492 2, 50 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Although counsel directs in all the acts 493 2, 50 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Counsel considered as a gift of 494 2, 51 | prudence acts by taking counsel, the imprudent man despises ~ 495 2, 51 | imprudent man despises ~counsel, and the same applies to 496 2, 51 | reason. Thus, by ~defect of "counsel" to which {euboulia} (deliberating 497 2, 51 | is opposed to the gift of counsel, according to Gregory, ~ 498 2, 51 | ii, 49) that the gift of "counsel is given as a remedy ~to 499 2, 51 | pertaining to inordinate counsel.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[53] A[ 500 2, 51 | of others. He that takes ~counsel descends by these steps


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