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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 7 | of multitude are to be ~reckoned by the species of numbers. 2 1, 20 | is loved by God is to be reckoned according to the ~time when 3 1, 25 | contradictory, because this is reckoned impossible in reference 4 1, 27 | intellectual nature, nor can it ~be reckoned as wholly removed from the 5 1, 45 | The power of the maker is reckoned not only from the ~substance 6 1, 50 | according as multitude is reckoned among the ~transcendentals, 7 1, 53 | so likewise must there be reckoned some ~infinitudes in movement 8 1, 53 | proportion of velocities is reckoned according to the lessening 9 1, 53 | and after of movement is reckoned by time. Consequently every ~ 10 1, 57 | corporeal movements are reckoned, yet there is a time in 11 1, 66 | and therefore should be reckoned ~among the first things 12 1, 66 | as truly as time, must be reckoned among the ~things first 13 1, 66 | created things are to be reckoned those ~which have a general 14 1, 71 | with both; and they are reckoned as belonging to that class 15 1, 74 | parts of the world, but ~reckoned with the intermediate part, 16 1, 76 | consequently it will be reckoned as something individual, 17 1, 46 | The power of the maker is reckoned not only from the ~substance 18 1, 51 | according as multitude is reckoned among the ~transcendentals, 19 1, 54 | so likewise must there be reckoned some ~infinitudes in movement 20 1, 54 | proportion of velocities is reckoned according to the lessening 21 1, 54 | and after of movement is reckoned by time. Consequently every ~ 22 1, 58 | corporeal movements are reckoned, yet there is a time in 23 1, 67 | and therefore should be reckoned ~among the first things 24 1, 67 | as truly as time, must be reckoned among the ~things first 25 1, 67 | created things are to be reckoned those ~which have a general 26 1, 71 | with both; and they are reckoned as belonging to that class 27 1, 73 | parts of the world, but ~reckoned with the intermediate part, 28 1, 75 | consequently it will be reckoned as something individual, 29 1, 77 | memory observes, is to be reckoned ~among these intentions.~ 30 1, 111 | OBJ 1: The Dominations are reckoned among the ministering angels, ~ 31 2, 3 | thereto. And a good will is reckoned among the good ~things which 32 2, 20 | For this reason they are reckoned as punishable.~Aquin.: SMT 33 2, 25 | hope and despair should be reckoned as ~principal passions, 34 2, 25 | yet neither can anger be reckoned a ~principal passion, because 35 2, 30 | a ~small good or evil is reckoned as though it were nothing: 36 2, 32 | or by ~concupiscence, is reckoned in preference to them as 37 2, 32 | actions, if they be good, are reckoned as one's own good, by ~reason 38 2, 34 | bodily ~pleasures should be reckoned as bad, and thus that man, 39 2, 34 | pleasure. And therefore man is reckoned to be ~good or bad chiefly 40 2, 35 | the species of sorrow are ~reckoned by an application of the 41 2, 36 | movements that regard good, are ~reckoned as causing the appetitive 42 2, 36 | future, yet the hindrance is ~reckoned as present, and so gives 43 2, 36 | for unity should not be reckoned, rather than the craving 44 2, 36 | desire or craving for good is reckoned ~as a cause of sorrow, so 45 2, 36 | greater power should not be reckoned a cause ~of sorrow. For 46 2, 36 | greater power should not be ~reckoned as a cause of sorrow.~Aquin.: 47 2, 36 | Therefore it should not be reckoned as a cause of sorrow.~Aquin.: 48 2, 36 | being present, should be reckoned as causing pain or sorrow. 49 2, 36 | that a ~greater power is reckoned to be the cause of sorrow.~ 50 2, 37 | depression should not be reckoned as an effect of ~sorrow.~ 51 2, 37 | depression should not be reckoned an effect of sorrow.~Aquin.: 52 2, 40 | cupidity. ~Because hope is reckoned as one of the four principal 53 2, 40 | which is not arduous is ~reckoned as nothing: thus implying 54 2, 41 | own actions, should not be reckoned as species of fear.~Aquin.: 55 2, 41 | shamefacedness, and shame are reckoned as species of fear. ~Aquin.: 56 2, 43 | object of fear is ~something reckoned as an evil to come, near 57 2, 46 | hurts us, the whole state is reckoned as one ~individual [*Cf. 58 2, 48 | the second wrong, which is reckoned greater, seem to be of little 59 2, 49 | OBJ 2: Further, habit is reckoned as one of the predicaments; 60 2, 49 | for ~this reason habit is reckoned as the first species of 61 2, 57 | virtue, it would have to be ~reckoned among the speculative virtues.~ 62 2, 57 | seems that it too should be reckoned a virtue.~Aquin.: SMT FS 63 2, 57 | that prudence should not be reckoned an intellectual virtue.~ 64 2, 57 | 1~On the contrary, It is reckoned with other virtues necessary 65 2, 58 | intellectual virtue, since it is reckoned among the intellectual virtues ~( 66 2, 58 | perseverance, and patience are not reckoned ~to be intellectual virtues. 67 2, 58 | in this sense that it is reckoned with the ~moral virtues.~ 68 2, 59 | genus. But some passions are reckoned to be vices, such as envy ~ 69 2, 61 | Therefore patience should be reckoned a principal virtue.~Aquin.: 70 2, 61 | above (A[2]), these four are reckoned as ~cardinal virtues, in 71 2, 62 | and charity are fittingly reckoned as theological ~virtues?~ 72 2, 62 | charity are not fittingly ~reckoned as three theological virtues. 73 2, 62 | virtues. Now faith is not reckoned among the ~intellectual 74 2, 62 | knowledge. Likewise hope is not reckoned among the moral ~virtues, 75 2, 62 | therefore should they be reckoned as theological virtues.~ 76 2, 68 | instance, that are not reckoned virtues.~Aquin.: SMT FS 77 2, 68 | wisdom and knowledge are reckoned among the gifts of the ~ 78 2, 71 | health; for health itself is reckoned a kind of virtue (Phys. 79 2, 71 | 17). Consequently vice is reckoned as contrary to virtue, more ~ 80 2, 72 | While covetousness, which is reckoned among the carnal ~sins, 81 2, 72 | to all sins should not be reckoned as a part in the division 82 2, 72 | against God should not be reckoned a part of ~the division 83 2, 76 | causes of sin should be reckoned in respect of sin being ~ 84 2, 76 | Therefore it ~should not be reckoned a cause of sin.~Aquin.: 85 2, 77 | Therefore it should not be reckoned among ~the causes of sin.~ 86 2, 77 | the beginning, the act is reckoned a sin, ~because it is voluntary 87 2, 84 | capital vices are suitably reckoned?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[84] A[ 88 2, 84 | A[2]). But avarice is ~reckoned to be one of the capital 89 2, 84 | with the others, but ~is reckoned as the "queen of them all," 90 2, 85 | concupiscence are suitably ~reckoned as the wounds of nature 91 2, 85 | concupiscence ~are not suitably reckoned as the wounds of nature 92 2, 85 | same thing. But ~these are reckoned to be causes of sin, as 93 2, 85 | Therefore they ~should not be reckoned as effects of sin.~Aquin.: 94 2, 85 | is natural should not be ~reckoned a wound of nature. Therefore 95 2, 85 | concupiscence should not be ~reckoned a wound of nature.~Aquin.: 96 2, 92 | Therefore if to punish is reckoned an effect of law, so also 97 2, 92 | Consequently it is not reckoned as an effect of law.~Aquin.: 98 2, 92 | Wherefore to reward is not reckoned an effect of law, but ~only 99 2, 96 | framed the laws should be reckoned wise: for Wisdom ~says ( 100 2, 100 | kinds of precepts are not ~reckoned among the precepts of the 101 2, 100 | about worship should not be reckoned as distinct from those ~ 102 2, 101 | the solemn festivals are reckoned as part of the ~ceremonial: 103 2, 101 | solemn festivals ~seem to be reckoned among the sacred things. 104 2, 102 | agriculture, which was reckoned by them as something sacred.~ 105 2, 104 | 1~On the contrary, It is reckoned (Ezech. 18:8) among other 106 2, 105 | death of a dumb animal is reckoned of much ~less account than 107 2, 111 | worketh, the reward is not ~reckoned according to grace, but 108 2, 111 | the same way as they are reckoned among the gifts of the Holy ~ 109 2, 112 | worketh, the reward is not reckoned according to grace, but ~ 110 2, 113 | remission of sins is to be reckoned with the foregoing?~(7) 111 2, 113 | remission of sins ought to be reckoned amongst the things ~required 112 2, 113 | of sins ought not to be reckoned ~amongst the things required 113 2, 113 | substance of a ~thing is not reckoned together with those that 114 2, 113 | thing; ~thus a man is not reckoned together with his body and 115 2, 113 | of sins ought not to be reckoned ~among the things required 116 2, 113 | a thing ought ~not to be reckoned together with itself; for 117 2, 113 | of sins ought not to be reckoned with ~the infusion of grace.~ 118 2, 113 | an effect ought not to be reckoned ~with its cause; since things 119 2, 113 | of sins ought ~not to be reckoned with the things required 120 2, 113 | remission of sins ought to be reckoned ~amongst the things required 121 2, 114 | worketh, the reward is not ~reckoned according to grace but according 122 2, 114 | Now a man merits what ~is reckoned to him according to debt, 123 2, 1 | proved by demonstration are reckoned ~among the articles of faith, 124 2, 2 | of faith should not be ~reckoned as a particular kind of 125 2, 2 | Therefore it should not be reckoned an act of faith.~Aquin.: 126 2, 2 | towards an end, should not be reckoned as a species of that act.~ 127 2, 3 | external works are not reckoned acts of faith. Therefore 128 2, 8 | Therefore it should not be reckoned among the gifts of the ~ 129 2, 8 | faith, ~which certitude is reckoned a fruit. For a gloss on 130 2, 9 | the contrary, Knowledge is reckoned among the seven gifts (Is. 131 2, 9 | mathematical principles, are reckoned rather ~among the mathematical 132 2, 9 | beatitude is not suitably reckoned to correspond with the gift ~ 133 2, 11 | to retract, he ~must be reckoned as already "subverted," 134 2, 13 | impenitence should not be reckoned as two ~species of sin against 135 2, 16 | man, it ought not to be ~reckoned a sin in a man, that one 136 2, 16 | hope in him. Yet ~this is reckoned a vice in some, as appears 137 2, 18 | Hence both these fears are reckoned as one here, although they 138 2, 18 | arises from love. But love is reckoned a ~theological virtue. Therefore 139 2, 18 | servile fear is not to be reckoned among the seven gifts of 140 2, 18 | which reason hope is also reckoned ~as a virtue; whereas fear 141 2, 20 | Therefore presumption, which is ~reckoned a species of sin against 142 2, 20 | 1~On the contrary, It is reckoned a species of sin against 143 2, 22 | passions: wherefore love is reckoned a virtue, ~rather than joy, 144 2, 23 | gift of ~perseverance is reckoned among the blessings of God 145 2, 24 | four things are rightly reckoned as to be loved out of charity, ~ 146 2, 24 | four things are not rightly reckoned as ~to be loved out of charity, 147 2, 24 | to himself, these two are reckoned as distinct objects of love, 148 2, 24 | neighbor's body is not reckoned as a special object of love.~ 149 2, 27 | which pertains to sorrow, is reckoned among those things ~whereby 150 2, 27 | joy. Now love and hope are reckoned to be virtues. ~Therefore 151 2, 27 | Therefore joy also should be reckoned a virtue.~Aquin.: SMT SS 152 2, 28 | were ~ours: hence it is reckoned a sign of friendship if 153 2, 29 | is one which should ~be reckoned, not among the goods of 154 2, 29 | kind of due is one which is reckoned among the goods of the ~ 155 2, 30 | Further, almsdeeds are reckoned among works of satisfaction, ~ 156 2, 30 | this way that almsgiving is reckoned among ~works of satisfaction 157 2, 30 | Therefore it ought not to be reckoned among the spiritual almsdeeds.~ 158 2, 32 | Now hatred of God is not reckoned ~among the various kinds 159 2, 32 | sin: and ~yet it is not reckoned among the kinds of sin against 160 2, 32 | Thou shalt ~not desire, are reckoned great in their reward, but 161 2, 32 | Therefore hatred should be reckoned one of the capital ~sins.~ 162 2, 32 | seems that hatred should be reckoned ~a capital sin.~Aquin.: 163 2, 32 | order. Hence charity is reckoned the foremost of the virtues, ~ 164 2, 32 | connatural good, and yet is reckoned evil on account of the corruption 165 2, 33 | Therefore sloth should ~not be reckoned a special vice.~Aquin.: 166 2, 33 | A[8]), it is fittingly reckoned a capital sin.~Aquin.: SMT 167 2, 34 | Secondly, another's good may be reckoned as being one's own evil, 168 2, 34 | good for one from being reckoned as ~evil for another: and 169 2, 34 | vainglory, that ~it is not reckoned a capital sin, either by 170 2, 35 | that is, discords, are reckoned among ~the works of the 171 2, 35 | discord should itself be reckoned a ~capital vice, rather 172 2, 35 | from that of others, is reckoned to be a ~daughter of vainglory.~ 173 2, 36 | Consequently ~contention is reckoned a daughter of vainglory 174 2, 39 | version has 'quarrels'] are ~reckoned among the works of the flesh ( 175 2, 40 | capital vice. Now sedition is ~reckoned neither among the capital 176 2, 41 | brother, wherefore it is to be reckoned among ~spiritual goods in 177 2, 43 | Whether wisdom should be reckoned among the gifts of the Holy 178 2, 43 | Whether wisdom should be reckoned among the gifts of the Holy 179 2, 43 | that wisdom ought not to be reckoned among the ~gifts of the 180 2, 43 | Therefore wisdom should not be reckoned among the ~gifts of the 181 2, 43 | Therefore ~wisdom should not be reckoned among the gifts of the Holy 182 2, 46 | 3: All these things are reckoned parts of prudence, not by ~ 183 2, 47 | understanding should not be reckoned a part of ~prudence.~Aquin.: 184 2, 47 | is that ~understanding is reckoned a part of prudence.~Aquin.: 185 2, 47 | consequently docility is fittingly reckoned a ~part of prudence~Aquin.: 186 2, 47 | seen to be friends they are reckoned to be ~enemies of a third 187 2, 47 | shrewdness is ~fittingly reckoned a part of prudence.~Aquin.: 188 2, 47 | Whether reason should be reckoned a part of prudence?~Aquin.: 189 2, 47 | that reason should not be reckoned a part of ~prudence. For 190 2, 47 | Therefore reason ~should not be reckoned a part of prudence.~Aquin.: 191 2, 47 | common to many, should not be reckoned a ~part of any one of them; 192 2, 47 | of them; or if it be so reckoned, it should be reckoned a ~ 193 2, 47 | so reckoned, it should be reckoned a ~part of that one to which 194 2, 47 | Therefore reason should not be reckoned a ~part of prudence~Aquin.: 195 2, 47 | therefore ~intelligence be reckoned a part of prudence, it is 196 2, 47 | circumspection should not be reckoned a ~part of prudence.~Aquin.: 197 2, 47 | and therefore each is ~reckoned a distinct part of prudence.~ 198 2, 47 | Whether caution should be reckoned a part of prudence?~Aquin.: 199 2, 47 | that caution should not be reckoned a part of ~prudence. For 200 2, 48 | regnative should not be reckoned a species of ~prudence. 201 2, 48 | a species of prudence is reckoned to be regnative.~Aquin.: 202 2, 48 | regnative ~prudence is reckoned a species of prudence which 203 2, 48 | But a part should not be reckoned a species with the ~whole. 204 2, 48 | political prudence should not be reckoned a part of ~prudence.~Aquin.: 205 2, 48 | subjects, should not be reckoned a species of prudence distinct 206 2, 48 | part of prudence should be reckoned to be domestic?~Aquin.: 207 2, 48 | that domestic should not be reckoned a part of ~prudence. For, 208 2, 48 | prudence should not be reckoned a species of prudence.~Aquin.: 209 2, 48 | paternal government is not reckoned a distinct species of ~prudence, 210 2, 48 | military prudence should be reckoned a part of prudence?~Aquin.: 211 2, 48 | military prudence should not be reckoned a ~part of prudence. For 212 2, 49 | according to common law) be reckoned a virtue directed to good 213 2, 50 | Whether counsel should be reckoned among the seven gifts of 214 2, 50 | Whether counsel should be reckoned among the gifts of the Holy 215 2, 50 | that counsel should not be reckoned among the gifts ~of the 216 2, 50 | Therefore counsel should ~not be reckoned among the gifts of the Holy 217 2, 50 | counsel, ~wherefore counsel is reckoned among the gifts of the Holy 218 2, 51 | opposed to knowledge, is reckoned one of the ~general causes 219 2, 51 | therefore should imprudence be reckoned ~among those causes.~Aquin.: 220 2, 51 | and for this reason it is reckoned one of the general causes 221 2, 56 | general" ~is not specified or reckoned together with the species 222 2, 56 | temperance nor fortitude is ~reckoned to be a general virtue. 223 2, 56 | should justice in any ~way be reckoned a general virtue.~Aquin.: 224 2, 75 | to the Divine law, it is reckoned ~unlawful if the equality 225 2, 76 | of the thing must not be reckoned apart from the thing itself, ~ 226 2, 76 | Ethic. iv, 1), a thing is ~reckoned as money "if its value can 227 2, 77 | to do good should not be reckoned parts of justice, ~which 228 2, 77 | this sense they cannot ~be reckoned parts of justice, except 229 2, 77 | reason why these two are ~reckoned parts of justice under a 230 2, 77 | evil, while ~they are not reckoned parts of any other moral 231 2, 78 | Therefore it should not be ~reckoned among the virtues annexed 232 2, 79 | 1~On the contrary, It is reckoned a part of justice, distinct 233 2, 79 | 1~On the contrary, It is reckoned a part of justice which 234 2, 79 | of justice, sanctity is reckoned as distinct from ~religion. 235 2, 81 | supplication is unfittingly reckoned ~a part of prayer.~Aquin.: 236 2, 84 | predominant, certain things were ~reckoned unclean on account of their 237 2, 85 | the Lord." This cannot be reckoned among ~the moral precepts, 238 2, 85 | exactitude, ~for this is reckoned sinful according to the 239 2, 86 | and for this ~reason he is reckoned among the saints, as also 240 2, 86 | with continency, which is ~reckoned one of the goods of the 241 2, 87 | infirmity ~or a defect, is not reckoned among those things that 242 2, 87 | Wherefore an oath is not to be reckoned among those things ~that 243 2, 90 | Therefore hypocrisy should be reckoned a species of ~superstition.~ 244 2, 91 | law" - all this must be reckoned excessive and superstitious, ~ 245 2, 92 | Whether idolatry is rightly reckoned a species of superstition?~ 246 2, 92 | idolatry is not rightly reckoned a species of ~superstition. 247 2, 97 | things sacred persons are reckoned. If, ~therefore, one species 248 2, 97 | species of sacrilege are not reckoned according to the sacred 249 2, 98 | this reason ~simoniacs are reckoned with other heretics, as 250 2, 102 | the contrary, obedience is reckoned by some to be a part of 251 2, 103 | disobedience to parents is reckoned (Rm. ~1:30; 2 Tim. 3:2) 252 2, 104 | giving thanks to God was ~reckoned above (Q[83], A[17]) among 253 2, 105 | contrary, Ingratitude is reckoned among other sins (2 Tim. 254 2, 106 | vengeance should not be reckoned a special virtue.~Aquin.: 255 2, 110 | 2: Further, boasting is reckoned by Gregory (Moral. xxiii, 256 2, 115 | it is that liberality is reckoned by some to be a part of ~ 257 2, 116 | idols." Now idolatry is reckoned among the most grievous 258 2, 116 | covetousness also should not be reckoned a ~capital vice.~Aquin.: 259 2, 116 | Therefore they ~should not be reckoned as different daughters of 260 2, 116 | Therefore violence should not be reckoned a daughter of covetousness.~ 261 2, 118 | law. But modesty, which is reckoned a ~part of temperance, moderates 262 2, 119 | 1~On the contrary, It is reckoned among the gifts in the eleventh 263 2, 121 | fortitude of the soul which is reckoned a virtue, as ~explained 264 2, 121 | this ~sense fortitude is reckoned a special virtue, because 265 2, 121 | adversity: ~yet a man is not reckoned brave simply through bearing 266 2, 121 | neither should fortitude be reckoned a cardinal virtue.~Aquin.: 267 2, 121 | fortitude should not be reckoned a ~cardinal or principal 268 2, 124 | sin. For that which is ~reckoned to the praise of a just 269 2, 126 | magnificence should not be ~reckoned a part of fortitude.~Aquin.: 270 2, 126 | confidence should not be reckoned a part of fortitude.~Aquin.: 271 2, 126 | Therefore they are not suitably reckoned as parts of fortitude.~Aquin.: 272 2, 126 | every virtue should not be ~reckoned a part of a special virtue. 273 2, 126 | every virtue, but it is reckoned a part ~of fortitude in 274 2, 126 | wherefore they ~are not reckoned parts but modes of fortitude.~ 275 2, 127 | firm. Hence magnanimity is reckoned a part of ~fortitude, because 276 2, 127 | For ~this reason it is reckoned among the parts of fortitude, 277 2, 130 | vices, and ~ought not to be reckoned among the special sources 278 2, 130 | this suffices for it to be ~reckoned a capital vice. Nor is it 279 2, 130 | of vainglory are suitably reckoned to be ~disobedience, boastfulness, 280 2, 130 | vainglory are unsuitably reckoned ~to be "disobedience, boastfulness, 281 2, 130 | boastfulness should not be reckoned among the daughters ~of 282 2, 130 | should not be specially reckoned as a daughter of vainglory.~ 283 2, 130 | A[1], ad 2), boasting is reckoned ~a kind of pride, as regards 284 2, 132 | magnificence should ~not be reckoned a part of fortitude.~Aquin.: 285 2, 132 | special virtue, cannot ~be reckoned a subjective part of fortitude, 286 2, 132 | point of matter: but it is reckoned a part thereof, as ~being 287 2, 134 | ad 3). But patience is reckoned among the fruits (Gal. ~ 288 2, 134 | which its act affords, it is reckoned a fruit, especially ~in 289 2, 134 | the contrary, It is not reckoned among the four virtues which 290 2, 134 | Nevertheless patience is not to be reckoned a part of ~temperance, although 291 2, 137 | Therefore it should not be ~reckoned a gift.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 292 2, 137 | the contrary, Fortitude is reckoned among the other gifts of 293 2, 137 | sense that fortitude is reckoned a gift of the ~Holy Ghost. 294 2, 139 | this reason temperance is reckoned a ~principal or cardinal 295 2, 141 | modesty." For continence is reckoned to be distinct from ~virtue ( 296 2, 141 | that Tully insufficiently ~reckoned the parts of temperance.~ 297 2, 141 | towards something, may be reckoned a part of ~temperance, as 298 2, 141 | Mildness or meekness is reckoned a part of temperance not ~ 299 2, 141 | moderation. Hence it is reckoned a part not of justice but 300 2, 141 | moderation of hope which we reckoned as pertaining to humility.~ 301 2, 142 | first, because it is not reckoned an evil; secondly because 302 2, 143 | Whether honesty should be reckoned a part of temperance?~Aquin.: 303 2, 143 | that honesty should not be reckoned a part of ~temperance. For 304 2, 143 | reason to temperance, is reckoned as a part ~thereof, not 305 2, 143 | thus that the latter is reckoned a part of ~temperance.~Aquin.: 306 2, 145 | 1~On the contrary, It is reckoned together with other virtuous 307 2, 145 | wherefore it cannot be reckoned a virtuous act. Such is 308 2, 146 | among which gluttony is ~reckoned, are less culpable according 309 2, 146 | pleasures, is ~fittingly reckoned among the capital vices.~ 310 2, 146 | Therefore they are unfittingly reckoned to be daughters ~of gluttony.~ 311 2, 146 | Therefore it should not be ~reckoned among the daughters of gluttony.~ 312 2, 146 | Therefore it should not be reckoned among the daughters ~of 313 2, 146 | Wherefore those vices ~are reckoned among the daughters of gluttony, 314 2, 146 | respect "unseemly joy" is reckoned, because all the other ~ 315 2, 149 | virtues. But chastity ~is reckoned among the fruits (Gal. 5: 316 2, 149 | delights in its act, it is reckoned ~among the fruits.~Aquin.: 317 2, 150 | even as magnificence is reckoned above liberality.~Aquin.: 318 2, 151 | the ~uncleanness which is reckoned a daughter of gluttony is 319 2, 151 | of lust are unfittingly reckoned ~to be "blindness of mind, 320 2, 151 | Therefore they should not be reckoned ~especially as daughters 321 2, 151 | 2: Further, constancy is reckoned a part of fortitude, as 322 2, 151 | opposed thereto is to be ~reckoned a daughter of lust. Nevertheless 323 2, 151 | pleasures for oneself, it is reckoned a daughter of lust.~Aquin.: 324 2, 152 | that adultery should not be reckoned a species of lust.~Aquin.: 325 2, 152 | Therefore ~sacrilege should be reckoned a species of lust, even 326 2, 152 | Therefore it should be reckoned among the species ~thereof.~ 327 2, 152 | lasciviousness should be reckoned species of lust, as ~well 328 2, 152 | thing divided is not to be reckoned among its parts. ~But lust 329 2, 152 | its parts. ~But lust is reckoned together with the aforesaid: 330 2, 152 | fornication is unfittingly reckoned a species of lust.~Aquin.: 331 2, 152 | Reply OBJ 1: Fornication is reckoned in conjunction with these 332 2, 152 | Whether seduction should be reckoned a species of lust?~Aquin.: 333 2, 152 | seduction should not be reckoned a species of ~lust. For 334 2, 152 | seduction should not be reckoned a ~species of lust, distinct 335 2, 152 | seduction should not be reckoned a species of lust.~Aquin.: 336 2, 152 | seduction should not be reckoned a species of lust.~Aquin.: 337 2, 152 | that rape should not be reckoned a species ~of lust distinct 338 2, 152 | that rape should not be ~reckoned a determinate species of 339 2, 152 | Therefore rape should not be reckoned a determinate species of 340 2, 152 | consequently it should not be reckoned a species of lust.~Aquin.: 341 2, 152 | another; ~wherefore they are reckoned to differ specifically. 342 2, 152 | Therefore sacrilege cannot be reckoned a ~species of lust.~Aquin.: 343 2, 152 | among other sins which are reckoned ~species of lust. Therefore 344 2, 152 | lust. But sacrilege is not ~reckoned a species of gluttony, or 345 2, 152 | Therefore ~neither should it be reckoned a species of lust.~Aquin.: 346 2, 152 | 1~On the contrary, It is reckoned together with the other 347 2, 155 | hinders meekness being ~reckoned both virtue, and beatitude 348 2, 155 | Therefore they should not be reckoned parts of temperance.~Aquin.: 349 2, 155 | virtue, and accordingly ~are reckoned to be parts thereof.~Aquin.: 350 2, 155 | the contrary, They are not reckoned as principal virtues, but 351 2, 155 | temperance is more rightly reckoned as ~a principal virtue. 352 2, 156 | Whether anger should be reckoned among the capital vices?~ 353 2, 156 | that anger should not be reckoned among the capital ~sins. 354 2, 156 | Therefore anger should not be reckoned a capital vice.~Aquin.: 355 2, 156 | Therefore it should ~be reckoned a capital vice rather than 356 2, 156 | Therefore anger should not be ~reckoned among the capital vices.~ 357 2, 156 | blasphemy." For blasphemy is reckoned by Isidore [*QQ. in ~Deut., 358 2, 156 | the mind should ~not be reckoned among the daughters of anger.~ 359 2, 157 | justice. Now clemency is reckoned a ~part, not of justice 360 2, 158 | consequently should not be reckoned a part of ~temperance.~Aquin.: 361 2, 159 | 3. But humility is not reckoned by the ~Philosopher among 362 2, 159 | properly speaking, humility is ~reckoned a virtue, because virtue 363 2, 159 | Therefore humility should be reckoned ~a theological virtue rather 364 2, 159 | ad 3). But magnanimity is reckoned a part, not of ~temperance 365 2, 159 | impetuosity of the emotions, are ~reckoned parts of temperance. Now 366 2, 159 | of which magnanimity is reckoned a part of ~fortitude, and 367 2, 160 | 8) Whether it should be reckoned a capital vice?~Aquin.: 368 2, 160 | Therefore this should not be reckoned a species of pride.~Aquin.: 369 2, 160 | same thing should not be reckoned a species of ~different 370 2, 160 | genera. Now boasting is reckoned a species of lying, as stated ~ 371 2, 160 | Reply OBJ 2: Boasting is reckoned a species of lying, as regards 372 2, 160 | arrogance of the heart it is reckoned by ~Gregory to be a species 373 2, 160 | mentioned by Bernard are reckoned by way of ~opposition to 374 2, 160 | Whether pride should be reckoned a capital vice?~Aquin.: 375 2, 160 | seem that pride should be reckoned a capital vice, since ~Isidore [* 376 2, 160 | excellence. Now vainglory is reckoned a capital vice. Therefore ~ 377 2, 160 | Therefore ~pride also should be reckoned a capital vice.~Aquin.: 378 2, 160 | companion." Now envy is reckoned a ~capital vice, as stated 379 2, 164 | seriousness. Wherefore it is reckoned among the moral virtues.~ 380 2, 164 | in this sense that it is reckoned a part of ~temperance. But 381 2, 169 | 3: Further, prophecy is reckoned among the gratuitous graces. 382 2, 170 | 2: Further, prophecy is reckoned among the gratuitous graces. 383 2, 172 | prophecy should not be reckoned a part of prophecy. Now 384 2, 172 | foreknowledge should not be reckoned a ~species of prophecy.~ 385 2, 172 | Therefore as there is reckoned to be a prophecy of denunciation, 386 2, 172 | and in this sense it is reckoned a species ~of prophecy. 387 2, 175 | the word of ~knowledge are reckoned gratuitous graces, the word 388 2, 176 | Therefore, if faith be ~reckoned a gratuitous grace, it is 389 2, 182 | nowise differ from bishops is reckoned by Augustine among ~heretical 390 3, 5 | boon of ~redemption; or He reckoned it altogether incurable, 391 3, 10 | OBJ 1: The Man assumed is reckoned with the Divine Trinity 392 3, 31 | of the latter union being reckoned as the son of the ~former": 393 3, 42 | elders whose years are reckoned not only in age and authority, 394 3, 44 | was inward, is not to be reckoned as a miracle, but ~only 395 3, 46 | Christ's suffering can be ~reckoned by this, that the pain and 396 3, 49 | Christ's mystic body, is reckoned ~as one person with its 397 3, 49 | that worketh, the reward is reckoned ~according to debt." But 398 3, 51 | follows, and if this be reckoned with its ~day, there will 399 3, 53 | fall, so these days are ~reckoned from darkness to light owing 400 3, 57 | division of which time ~is reckoned, as is proved in Physics 401 3, 88 | baptized." Now ~venial sins are reckoned among our debts, since we 402 3, 90 | wherefore the parts are reckoned as a kind of ~material cause, 403 3, 90 | satisfaction in deed should not be reckoned as parts of Penance. ~Aquin.: 404 Suppl, 8 | in confessing, ~which is reckoned as a satisfactory punishment, 405 Suppl, 9 | therefore should not be reckoned as conditions of confession.~ 406 Suppl, 10| salvation should not be reckoned an ~effect of confession. 407 Suppl, 14| means that the fruits are reckoned, not from the time ~when 408 Suppl, 15| satisfaction are suitably reckoned, by saying ~that there are 409 Suppl, 15| Therefore prayer should ~not be reckoned among the works of satisfaction.~ 410 Suppl, 15| causes of sin, for these are reckoned to be three (1 Jn. 2:16), 411 Suppl, 17| knowledge of discretion is reckoned as a key, and so is the 412 Suppl, 17| will; wherefore will is not reckoned as a key.~Aquin.: SMT XP 413 Suppl, 19| use of ~the keys should be reckoned: but that through "members 414 Suppl, 21| he refuse to obey, he is reckoned to be obstinate, ~and the 415 Suppl, 37| Cleros) the "psalmist" is reckoned as the second Order after 416 Suppl, 37| office, it is sometimes reckoned among ~the Orders, taking 417 Suppl, 37| from sins is unfittingly reckoned among the acts of a priest.~ 418 Suppl, 37| Old Testament should be ~reckoned the act, not of the reader, 419 Suppl, 37| Therefore this should not be reckoned ~their act.~Aquin.: SMT 420 Suppl, 42| case in matrimony, it is reckoned ~among the sacraments.~Aquin.: 421 Suppl, 43| of the present, they are ~reckoned to be betrothed. Now this 422 Suppl, 47| fear of disgrace is not reckoned to influence a ~constant 423 Suppl, 47| fear of disgrace is not reckoned to influence a constant 424 Suppl, 47| compulsion. Now a constant man is reckoned a virtuous man who, according ~ 425 Suppl, 49| Therefore as the offspring is reckoned a ~good of matrimony, so 426 Suppl, 49| rather than faith ~should be reckoned among the goods of matrimony.~ 427 Suppl, 49| Therefore justice should also be reckoned ~among the goods of marriage 428 Suppl, 49| But the sacrament which is reckoned among the three ~marriage 429 Suppl, 49| offspring should not be reckoned among the goods that make ~ 430 Suppl, 49| Further, nothing should be reckoned as a property or condition 431 Suppl, 49| itself. Now these goods are reckoned to be conditions of marriage. ~ 432 Suppl, 49| sacrament should not be ~reckoned a condition of matrimony.~ 433 Suppl, 49| if I may use the term, is reckoned among the goods which ~justify 434 Suppl, 49| bounds of reason that ~it is reckoned to be immoderate. Now the 435 Suppl, 51| that error should not be reckoned in itself an ~impediment 436 Suppl, 51| error should have been ~reckoned here as an impediment to 437 Suppl, 51| those other matters be reckoned an impediment.~Aquin.: SMT 438 Suppl, 52| consequently it should not be reckoned by ~itself as a distinct 439 Suppl, 52| slavery is. Yet leprosy is not reckoned an impediment to marriage. ~ 440 Suppl, 52| neither should slavery be so reckoned.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[52] A[ 441 Suppl, 52| an ~impediment, they are reckoned as special impediments besides 442 Suppl, 52| change of person is not reckoned a special impediment besides ~ 443 Suppl, 54| consanguinity in this line must be reckoned ~in relation to the one 444 Suppl, 54| and ~consanguinity must be reckoned according to the more distant 445 Suppl, 55| affinity and consanguinity are reckoned ~equally. But consanguinity 446 Suppl, 55| degrees of affinity should ~be reckoned in the same number as the 447 Suppl, 55| degrees of affinity are reckoned according to ~the degrees 448 Suppl, 58| frigidity. But frigidity is not reckoned an impediment to marriage. ~ 449 Suppl, 58| neither should impotence be reckoned as such.~Aquin.: SMT XP 450 Suppl, 58| it would nevertheless be reckoned to be perpetual, since nowise ~ 451 Suppl, 65| because the reason why it is ~reckoned a marriage good is because 452 Suppl, 65| kept with a wife, which is ~reckoned a marriage good, and than 453 Suppl, 66| this case the man is not reckoned a bigamist, because ~the 454 Suppl, 69| 2:17), and yet it is not reckoned among the five abodes ~which 455 Suppl, 69| Therefore this place should be reckoned among the ~abodes, especially 456 Suppl, 69| try us. Hence ~it is not reckoned among the abodes of which 457 Suppl, 69| consequently it is not reckoned among the abodes whereof 458 Suppl, 71| Now children are not ~reckoned among those who are very 459 Suppl, 71| above are ~insufficiently reckoned by Augustine (De Cura pro 460 Suppl, 71| sacrifice, and not the Mass, be reckoned among the ~suffrages, it 461 Suppl, 71| other ~offerings should be reckoned among suffrages for the 462 Suppl, 71| Hence these three are ~reckoned the principal means of succoring 463 Suppl, 71| Now burying the dead is reckoned among the works of mercy, ~ 464 Suppl, 71| the burial of the dead is ~reckoned among the works of mercy.~ 465 Suppl, 71| nothing if some one else is reckoned ~together with him: and 466 Suppl, 72| time ~of the judgment are reckoned to occur within the time 467 Suppl, 72| have been committed are reckoned unfit for the performance 468 Suppl, 74| dead, the years are still ~reckoned until the resurrection of 469 Suppl, 74| resurrection ~cannot be reckoned by natural reason, because 470 Suppl, 74| happen at a fixed ~time are reckoned by movement: and it is impossible 471 Suppl, 74| the resurrection cannot be reckoned by natural ~reason. Again 472 Suppl, 77| causes growth, and this is ~reckoned as another part, if we speak 473 Suppl, 77| nourishing. and this is not reckoned ~as another part of the 474 Suppl, 77| away: although it may be ~reckoned another part if we consider 475 Suppl, 78| 1~OBJ 2: Further, age is reckoned according to the length 476 Suppl, 92| Therefore fruition should not be reckoned ~a distinct dowry from love.~ 477 Suppl, 92| the aforesaid dowries are ~reckoned unsuitably.~Aquin.: SMT 478 Suppl, 92| seems that these ~should be reckoned as dowries rather than the 479 Suppl, 93| mercy, ~wherefore they are reckoned among the spiritual alms


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