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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | towards it. Hence it is the ~virtuous man, as we read, who is 2 1, 1 | able to judge rightly about virtuous acts, though he had not 3 1, 5 | goodness is divided into the virtuous, the useful, and the ~pleasant?~ 4 1, 5 | and order as he is white, virtuous, learned and so on; according ~ 5 1, 5 | rightly divided into the virtuous*, the useful and ~the pleasant? [*" 6 1, 5 | Bonum honestum" is the virtuous good considered as ~fitting. ( 7 1, 5 | rightly divided into the virtuous, ~the useful and the pleasant. 8 1, 5 | says (Ethic. i). But the virtuous, the ~useful and the pleasant 9 1, 5 | to be opposites; for the virtuous is pleasing, and no wickedness ~ 10 1, 5 | opposites, for then the virtuous and the useful would be 11 1, 5 | far as it is ~pleasing and virtuous. Therefore the useful ought 12 1, 5 | against ~the pleasant and the virtuous.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[5] A[6] 13 1, 5 | appetite tends, is called the virtuous; for the virtuous ~is that 14 1, 5 | called the virtuous; for the virtuous ~is that which is desired 15 1, 5 | bitter medicine; while the ~virtuous is predicated of such as 16 1, 5 | predicated chiefly of the virtuous; then of the ~pleasant; 17 1, 17 | 3): as on the other hand virtuous deeds are ~called the "truth 18 1, 25 | good of a man is ~to be virtuous or wise. As regards this 19 1, 60 | virtues; for it behooves the virtuous ~citizen to expose himself 20 1, 61 | virtues; for it behooves the virtuous ~citizen to expose himself 21 1, 94 | done, may be found in a virtuous man, but only ~conditionally; 22 1, 108 | iii, ~4; x, 5) that "the virtuous man is the rule and measure 23 2, 2 | of virtue, for which the virtuous work: but they receive honor ~ 24 2, 2 | happiness itself, for which the ~virtuous work: whereas if they worked 25 2, 2 | potentially knowing; and actually virtuous, from being potentially ~ 26 2, 2 | from being potentially ~virtuous. Now since potentiality 27 2, 7 | for he has to consider virtuous and vicious acts, just as ~ 28 2, 10 | this ~reason, as in the virtuous; or because reason is entirely 29 2, 15 | just as the ~act of the virtuous man is his end. But the 30 2, 18 | says (Ethic. ii, 3) that a virtuous man ~acts as he should, 31 2, 18 | to his species is neither virtuous nor wicked.~Aquin.: SMT 32 2, 18 | indifferent action to a vicious or virtuous end. Therefore ~an individual 33 2, 21 | Virt. et Vit. i) that ~"virtuous deeds deserve praise, while 34 2, 21 | blame." But good actions are virtuous; because ~"virtue makes 35 2, 27 | principles the man who is not virtuous loves the virtuous ~man, 36 2, 27 | is not virtuous loves the virtuous ~man, as being in conformity 37 2, 31 | which are proper to ~the virtuous, hence it is that they turn 38 2, 34 | Further, that which the virtuous man shuns, and the man lacking ~ 39 2, 34 | stated in Ethic. x, 5 "the virtuous man is a kind of measure ~ 40 2, 34 | three kinds of good: the virtuous, the ~useful, and the pleasant. 41 2, 34 | pleasant. But everything virtuous is good; and in like ~manner 42 2, 34 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The virtuous and the useful depend on 43 2, 34 | consequently nothing is virtuous or useful, without being ~ 44 2, 34 | since ~that man is good and virtuous, who takes pleasure in the 45 2, 35 | of praise, and the more virtuous: since ~"virtue is concerned 46 2, 35 | shunning sorrow, is more ~virtuous than the temperate man, 47 2, 39 | Whether sorrow can be a virtuous good?~(3) Whether it can 48 2, 39 | that which all, even the virtuous, avoid, is evil. But ~all 49 2, 39 | all avoid sorrow, even the virtuous, since as stated in Ethic. 50 2, 39 | Whether sorrow can be a virtuous good?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[39] 51 2, 39 | seem that sorrow is not a virtuous good. For that which ~leads 52 2, 39 | leads to hell is not a virtuous good. But, as Augustine 53 2, 39 | Therefore sorrow is not a ~virtuous good.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[39] 54 2, 39 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the virtuous good is praiseworthy and 55 2, 39 | Therefore sorrow is not a virtuous good.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[39] 56 2, 39 | consequently it is not virtuous.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[39] A[ 57 2, 39 | reward of eternal life is virtuous. ~But such is sorrow; as 58 2, 39 | Therefore sorrow is a virtuous good.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[39] 59 2, 39 | sorrow is good, it can be a virtuous good. ~For it has been said 60 2, 39 | detesting that evil. Now ~every virtuous good results from these 61 2, 39 | evident that sorrow may be a ~virtuous good.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[39] 62 2, 39 | which is the root of the virtuous good; but ~excessive sorrow, 63 2, 39 | therefore it fails to be a virtuous good.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[39] 64 2, 39 | praise and merit of the virtuous good; for instance, when ~ 65 2, 53 | fails to make use of his virtuous habit in order to moderate 66 2, 56 | latter habits are called virtuous simply: because they make 67 2, 56 | made the instrument of a virtuous act, inasmuch as being moved 68 2, 57 | above (Q[55], AA[3],4), a virtuous habit has a ~fixed relation 69 2, 57 | life, after he has become virtuous; but perhaps only in order ~ 70 2, 57 | order ~that he may become virtuous.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[57] A[ 71 2, 58 | happens at times that men are virtuous and acceptable ~to God, 72 2, 58 | Reply OBJ 2: A man may be virtuous without having full use 73 2, 58 | virtuously. In this way all virtuous men have full use of ~reason. 74 2, 58 | by moral virtue: for the virtuous man judges aright of the 75 2, 59 | passions cannot be in a wise or virtuous man: whereas the ~Peripatetics, 76 2, 59 | could not be in a wise or ~virtuous man if they arose deliberately: 77 2, 59 | emotions, they ~cannot be in a virtuous man, so that he consent 78 2, 59 | appetite, they can be in a virtuous man, in so far as they ~ 79 2, 59 | vice, which cannot be in a virtuous man. But this is ~unreasonable. 80 2, 59 | sorrow. Again, although a virtuous man can be without grave 81 2, 59 | third ~reason is because a virtuous man, though not actually 82 2, 59 | which can be present to the virtuous man, as we have just stated; 83 2, 59 | proper acts. For every virtuous man rejoices in acts of 84 2, 61 | and fortitude are distinct virtuous habits: because it is ~fitting 85 2, 61 | wicked; ~otherwise it is virtuous. Hence Cicero says a little 86 2, 62 | not as though God were ~virtuous by reason of them, but because 87 2, 62 | because of them God makes us virtuous, ~and directs us to Himself. 88 2, 63 | if it follow nature it is virtuous." ~Moreover, a gloss on 89 2, 63 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the virtuous good consists in accord 90 2, 63 | Much ~more, therefore, can virtuous habits be caused by good 91 2, 65 | mind is not commended as virtuous, if it be without moderation 92 2, 66 | no man should be deemed virtuous, unless he were, in the ~ 93 2, 66 | the ~inclination to the virtuous act, one may be readier 94 2, 70 | being his last end, and in virtuous deeds, not as being ~his 95 2, 70 | which is delightful ~to the virtuous. Hence Ambrose says (De 96 2, 70 | says (De Parad. xiii) that virtuous deeds ~are called fruits 97 2, 70 | For the fruits are any virtuous deeds in which one delights: ~ 98 2, 70 | differ as various species of virtuous acts, but as various degrees 99 2, 71 | contrary causes." Now one virtuous act does ~not cause a virtue, 100 2, 71 | virtue, even as sin to ~virtuous act: and so vice excludes 101 2, 72 | OBJ 3: Further, just as a virtuous act stands in relation to 102 2, 72 | reward is the end of ~the virtuous act. Therefore punishment 103 2, 73 | remain the inclinations to virtuous acts, which inclinations, 104 2, 73 | Wherefore, as long as any virtuous inclinations remain, it ~ 105 2, 73 | and again, one man is more virtuous than another, in the same ~ 106 2, 73 | reason is the cause of a virtuous ~act, so defect in the reason 107 2, 73 | aggravate a sin: because a virtuous ~man who bears a wrong with 108 2, 73 | closely united, as he ~is more virtuous or more sacred to God: so 109 2, 73 | inflicts an injury on a virtuous person, so far as ~he is 110 2, 73 | imputable to one who is more virtuous, because he is less negligent 111 2, 74 | all moral acts, ~whether virtuous or sinful. Consequently 112 2, 76 | should be deemed sinful or ~virtuous.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[76] A[ 113 2, 78 | Ethic. vi, 2 with regard to ~virtuous habits. Therefore a sin 114 2, 78 | habit may break forth into a virtuous act, because a ~bad habit 115 2, 84 | good has the aspect of a virtuous good, i.e. of the right 116 2, 87 | returning to virtue. Now a ~virtuous man deserves, not punishment, 117 2, 87 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The virtuous man does not deserve punishment 118 2, 87 | spiritual goods to the ~virtuous, and to award them as much 119 2, 87 | enfeeble the fortitude of the virtuous man, by material gifts." 120 2, 92 | unless the citizens be virtuous, at least ~those whose business 121 2, 92 | other citizens be so far virtuous that they obey ~the commands 122 2, 94 | every sin is opposed to some virtuous act. If therefore ~all acts 123 2, 94 | to all: since a thing is ~virtuous in one, and vicious in another. 124 2, 94 | are ~natural." Therefore virtuous acts also are a subject 125 2, 94 | answer that, We may speak of virtuous acts in two ways: first, 126 2, 94 | first, under ~the aspect of virtuous; secondly, as such and such 127 2, 94 | of virtue, considered as ~virtuous, thus all virtuous acts 128 2, 94 | considered as ~virtuous, thus all virtuous acts belong to the natural 129 2, 94 | virtuously. But if we speak of virtuous acts, considered in themselves, ~ 130 2, 94 | proper species, thus not all virtuous acts are prescribed ~by 131 2, 94 | men, that certain acts are virtuous for ~some, as being proportionate 132 2, 95 | from fear, and thus become virtuous. Now ~this kind of training, 133 2, 95 | v, 21): "Law shall ~be virtuous, just, possible to nature, 134 2, 95 | three. ~For it is called virtuous because it fosters religion. 135 2, 96 | is to make the citizens ~virtuous. But a man cannot be virtuous 136 2, 96 | virtuous. But a man cannot be virtuous unless he forbear from all 137 2, 96 | possible to one who has not a virtuous habit, as is possible to ~ 138 2, 96 | would be ~intolerable in a virtuous man.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[96] 139 2, 96 | all ~vices, from which the virtuous abstain, but only the more 140 2, 96 | of those who are already virtuous, viz. that ~they should 141 2, 96 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, a virtuous act proceeds from a virtue. 142 2, 96 | that a man does something virtuous; thus the act of justice ~ 143 2, 96 | virtue is when a man does a virtuous thing in a way in which 144 2, 96 | thing in a way in which a virtuous ~man does it. Such an act 145 2, 96 | coercer. In this way the virtuous and righteous are not subject 146 2, 99 | useful, pleasurable or virtuous, ~or in the avoidance of 147 2, 100 | directed chiefly to make men virtuous, as stated in Ethic. ii: 148 2, 100 | ii: and it ~belongs to a virtuous man to act virtuously. Therefore 149 2, 100 | contrary, No man can act as a virtuous man acts unless he has the ~ 150 2, 105 | power ~is given be a very virtuous man: for it is only the 151 2, 105 | man: for it is only the virtuous man that ~conducts himself 152 2, 105 | Ruth the Moabite who was "a virtuous woman" (Ruth 3:11): ~although 153 2, 107 | yet are not possessed of a virtuous habit, are directed in one 154 2, 107 | directed in one way to ~perform virtuous acts, while those who are 155 2, 107 | perfected by the possession of ~virtuous habits are directed in another 156 2, 107 | yet are not ~endowed with virtuous habits, are directed to 157 2, 107 | directed to the performance of virtuous ~acts by reason of some 158 2, 107 | virtue, ~are inclined to do virtuous deeds through love of virtue, 159 2, 107 | New Testament, to lead to virtuous action ~by the fear of punishment 160 2, 107 | to make men righteous and virtuous, as ~was stated above (Q[ 161 2, 107 | acts: ~for instance, that a virtuous deed be done with promptitude 162 2, 109 | of sadness from what is virtuous. And thus perseverance is 163 2, 114 | as they are ~useful for virtuous works, whereby we are led 164 2, 2 | his intellect, so does a virtuous man, by the habit of virtue, ~ 165 2, 2 | 3~Accordingly, just as a virtuous act is required for the 166 2, 2 | is it necessary that the virtuous act should terminate in 167 2, 2 | does not require that a virtuous act should terminate in 168 2, 2 | precedes ~choice makes the virtuous act less praiseworthy. For 169 2, 19 | opinion, is praiseworthy and virtuous, so the contrary movement 170 2, 19 | A thing may grow from a virtuous root in two ways: first, ~ 171 2, 19 | way no sin can grow from a virtuous root, for ~in this sense 172 2, 22 | delightful, ~the useful, or the virtuous. Now charity is not the 173 2, 22 | is it ~friendship for the virtuous, since by charity we love 174 2, 22 | friendship based on the virtuous is only for virtuous men ( 175 2, 22 | the virtuous is only for virtuous men (Ethic. ~viii). Therefore 176 2, 22 | friendship that is based on the virtuous is directed to ~none but 177 2, 22 | directed to ~none but a virtuous man as the principal person, 178 2, 22 | even though they be not virtuous: in this way ~charity, which 179 2, 22 | friendship based on the virtuous, extends to ~sinners, whom, 180 2, 22 | intermediary habit, whereas other virtuous acts are from the Holy Ghost ~ 181 2, 22 | friendship is praiseworthy and ~virtuous, as in the case of friendship 182 2, 22 | Wherefore friendship for the virtuous is something consequent 183 2, 22 | delightful, and for the virtuous; secondly, in respect of ~ 184 2, 23 | act of charity. Now ~each virtuous act conduces to the engendering 185 2, 23 | virtue. Therefore also ~each virtuous act of charity conduces 186 2, 25 | other friendship of ~the virtuous is based, is directed, as 187 2, 25 | if husband and wife are virtuous." Therefore a man's love 188 2, 25 | the benefactor sees his virtuous good in the recipient, ~ 189 2, 25 | more pleasure to see one's virtuous good than one's useful good, 190 2, 25 | more pleasant to recall virtuous goods than the ~profit we 191 2, 25 | him, ~since the causes of virtuous love will not be banished 192 2, 26 | difficult seems to be more virtuous and ~meritorious since " 193 2, 27 | do not proceed from the virtuous ~habit except through the 194 2, 27 | from ~it. Hence the same virtuous habit inclines us to love 195 2, 28 | worship of God seems a most virtuous act. But mercy is preferred 196 2, 29 | individual. Wherefore it is a virtuous action for a man to endanger 197 2, 29 | lawgivers purpose to make men virtuous ~(Ethic. i 9,13; ii, 1). 198 2, 30 | and time, even as in other virtuous acts.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[32] 199 2, 31 | in order that an act be virtuous; namely, that it be done ~ 200 2, 31 | these circumstances of a virtuous act is this aspect of the ~ 201 2, 31 | circumstance be omitted from a virtuous act, as entirely takes away 202 2, 31 | circumstance omitted from a virtuous act be such as not to destroy 203 2, 31 | sight. Since, however, a virtuous ~act needs to be moderated 204 2, 31 | virtue, and it will be a virtuous act in so far as it is ~ 205 2, 34 | And if this zeal be about ~virtuous goods, it is praiseworthy, 206 2, 34 | cannot be occasioned by virtuous goods, which make a man ~ 207 2, 41 | 2: Further, since among virtuous or right acts one is more 208 2, 41 | or right acts one is more virtuous ~or more right than another, 209 2, 41 | done, it follows that every virtuous act ~except the best of 210 2, 42 | heart. For the mode of a virtuous act is not a ~matter of 211 2, 42 | precept which prescribes that ~virtuous act. Now the order of charity 212 2, 42 | neighbors who ~are more virtuous or more closely united to 213 2, 45 | man has grace unless he be virtuous. Now no man can ~be virtuous 214 2, 45 | virtuous. Now no man can ~be virtuous without prudence, for Gregory 215 2, 48 | for which ~above all a virtuous life is required.~Aquin.: 216 2, 49 | On the other ~hand, every virtuous man takes good counsel in 217 2, 53 | ad 1). Therefore it is virtuous to ~be solicitous about 218 2, 53 | answer that, No work can be virtuous, unless it be vested with 219 2, 54 | so far as it directs all virtuous acts.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[56] 220 2, 56 | upon any matter whatever be virtuous, ~it requires to be voluntary, 221 2, 56 | in order for an act to be virtuous it needs ~first of all to 222 2, 56 | not unprofitable to do a virtuous deed: for ~Ambrose says ( 223 2, 56 | one ought to do, is not a virtuous deed. And yet it is an act 224 2, 56 | meritorious. Yet it is by virtuous actions ~that we gain merit. 225 2, 56 | such things as men (i.e. virtuous ~men) can have nothing more 226 2, 56 | that "many are able ~to be virtuous in matters affecting themselves, 227 2, 56 | themselves, but are unable to be ~virtuous in matters relating to others," 228 2, 56 | by ~comparison with the virtuous man himself, so that with 229 2, 56 | s own, and this ~is more virtuous. Therefore liberality is 230 2, 56 | of the sole good of the virtuous person himself, ~whereas 231 2, 56 | praiseworthy in respect of the virtuous person being ~well disposed 232 2, 58 | proper ~matter, because "the virtuous man is the rule and measure 233 2, 58 | to decide rightly about virtuous ~deeds proceeds, properly 234 2, 58 | properly speaking, from the virtuous habit; thus a chaste ~person 235 2, 58 | judgment other than that of a virtuous man, taking ~judgment in 236 2, 60 | circumstances requisite for virtuous acts. Since then ~the other 237 2, 61 | sometimes old men are not virtuous; according ~to Dan. 13:5: " 238 2, 66 | one is bound to do, since virtuous acts are perfections of 239 2, 73 | Reply OBJ 2: For doing a virtuous deed a man deserves both 240 2, 75 | it is not given to ~the virtuous alone. Hence human law was 241 2, 75 | it would be ~exceedingly virtuous on his part: although he 242 2, 75 | nature, it does not imply a virtuous or necessary end. Nevertheless ~ 243 2, 75 | by its nature, ~anything virtuous or necessary, does not, 244 2, 75 | to some necessary or even virtuous end, and thus trading becomes ~ 245 2, 75 | end which is necessary or virtuous, as stated above.~Aquin.: 246 2, 77 | required for an act ~to be virtuous and meritorious than for 247 2, 79 | religion. Therefore every virtuous deed belongs to religion; ~ 248 2, 79 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Every virtuous deed is said to be a sacrifice, 249 2, 81 | Now prayer, like any other virtuous act, is efficacious in ~ 250 2, 81 | Neither prayer nor any other virtuous act is meritorious ~without 251 2, 86 | acceptable to God unless it be ~virtuous, it follows that nothing 252 2, 86 | and in so far as it is a virtuous act. ~This is how we are 253 2, 86 | OBJ 1: Nothing but what is virtuous can be the subject of a ~ 254 2, 86 | decide what is the more virtuous and the more ~acceptable 255 2, 87 | or to desist from some virtuous action. Therefore an oath ~ 256 2, 96 | or not to do some kind of virtuous deed. Therefore not ~all 257 2, 96 | commanded ~be lawful and virtuous, and not unbearable or immoderate.~ 258 2, 100 | this cannot be done ~to the virtuous, and to those who make good 259 2, 100 | reverence are due to the virtuous in the first ~place after 260 2, 100 | reverence are paid to the virtuous by the ~virtue of observance, 261 2, 100 | them. Wherefore, though virtuous ~persons, considered in 262 2, 100 | to their parents than ~to virtuous persons who are not of their 263 2, 101 | who are ~above us are not virtuous. Therefore honor is not 264 2, 102 | Now a deed is rendered virtuous, praiseworthy and meritorious, ~ 265 2, 102 | things, so the merit of a virtuous act consists in man ~contemning 266 2, 102 | even in point of time, all virtuous acts: and in this way ~obedience 267 2, 104 | and whatever ~in him is virtuous is an incentive to friendship. 268 2, 104 | the benefactor from being ~virtuous has become wicked, so that 269 2, 104 | would ~not seem to be a virtuous, but a constrained repayment. 270 2, 104 | Earnestness of the will is not virtuous unless it be ~regulated 271 2, 105 | so far as it removes a ~virtuous act of obedience to God.~ 272 2, 106 | Vengeance is lawful and virtuous so far as it tends to ~the 273 2, 107 | every virtue, since every ~virtuous habit is made known by its 274 2, 108 | virtue, but for a certain virtuous disposition, seeing that 275 2, 108 | of God, for which their virtuous disposition is ~commended. 276 2, 109 | virtue, and by means of any ~virtuous deeds, such as fasting, 277 2, 112 | wherefore "it belongs to a virtuous man to be most wary of ~ 278 2, 112 | to avoid some evil, the virtuous ~man will sometimes not 279 2, 115 | the liberal ~man is not virtuous, for the Philosopher says 280 2, 115 | virtues: since ~many are virtuous who cannot be liberal, for 281 2, 115 | spend liberally who are not virtuous otherwise. ~Therefore liberality 282 2, 115 | not in the same ~way as virtuous people, as stated above ( 283 2, 115 | manner ~nothing prevents a virtuous man from being liberal, 284 2, 115 | whatever ~matter a man is virtuous, he will make the best use 285 2, 115 | Reply OBJ 2: It belongs to a virtuous man not only to make good 286 2, 115 | iv, 1) that "among the virtuous the ~liberal are the most 287 2, 117 | through taking no pleasure in ~virtuous goods, he seeks for himself 288 2, 120 | is "to make the citizens ~virtuous in respect of every virtue," 289 2, 120 | the law is to make all men virtuous, but ~in a certain order, 290 2, 121 | bold to counsel us to be virtuous," ~namely by saying that 291 2, 121 | bodily ~life, which the virtuous man loves not only as a 292 2, 121 | regards the display of the virtuous habit: and ~in this way 293 2, 121 | was the chief, ascribed to virtuous men ~both anger and the 294 2, 121 | prompt, they held that virtuous persons should employ both 295 2, 122 | chiefly for praise ~in a virtuous act, is the virtue of which 296 2, 122 | cannot be the most perfect of virtuous acts, because endurance ~ 297 2, 122 | 124] A[3] Body Para. 2/2~A virtuous act may be considered in 298 2, 122 | perfection." Now, of all virtuous acts martyrdom is the greatest 299 2, 122 | excellence over all other ~virtuous acts; thus neither is fortitude 300 2, 122 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, those virtuous deeds would seem to be of 301 2, 122 | they deny Him." Thus all virtuous deeds, inasmuch ~as they 302 2, 122 | because he ~is actuated to virtuous deeds by the Spirit of Christ, 303 2, 123 | every virtue, since every virtuous ~man loves the good proper 304 2, 127 | to ~great things. But the virtuous are praised not for desiring 305 2, 127 | such matter. And since ~a virtuous habit is denominated chiefly 306 2, 127 | is not becoming to ~every virtuous man, but only to great men. 307 2, 127 | indeed any, but good, i.e. ~virtuous; for in all things he prefers 308 2, 127 | all things he prefers the virtuous to the useful, as ~being 309 2, 127 | the very greatness of a virtuous deed, through magnanimity 310 2, 127 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, no virtuous man despises what is helpful 311 2, 127 | honor ~is conferred on the virtuous, not only by the wise, but 312 2, 127 | organs or instruments of ~virtuous deeds: since we can easily 313 2, 127 | for the accomplishment of virtuous deeds.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 314 2, 128 | the ~accomplishment of a virtuous deed: but it would be presumptuous 315 2, 129 | of virtue, as regards the virtuous ~man, in this sense that 316 2, 129 | honor whereby to reward the virtuous; which honor derives greatness ~ 317 2, 129 | or avoid evil, are ~not virtuous, according to the Philosopher ( 318 2, 130 | goods. Yet he is not truly virtuous who does virtuous deeds 319 2, 130 | truly virtuous who does virtuous deeds for ~the sake of human 320 2, 130 | so that he directs even virtuous deeds thereto, and, in order 321 2, 130 | eternal life: wherefore a ~virtuous deed loses its power to 322 2, 130 | from the glory due to a virtuous or rich man.~Aquin.: SMT 323 2, 131 | great goods except the ~virtuous, since as the Philosopher 324 2, 131 | iv, 3), "none but ~the virtuous are truly worthy of honor." 325 2, 131 | Therefore the fainthearted are ~virtuous: and consequently pusillanimity 326 2, 131 | hinders a person who has a virtuous habit from ~sinning venially 327 2, 135 | a special virtue. Now a virtuous deed ~may involve goodness 328 2, 135 | delays in the above or other virtuous deeds, so far as necessity ~ 329 2, 135 | persevere to the end of ~the virtuous work, for instance that 330 2, 135 | perseverance, as denoting, not a ~virtuous habit, but a virtuous act 331 2, 135 | a ~virtuous habit, but a virtuous act sustained to the end, 332 2, 137 | difficult, not ~merely to do virtuous deeds, which receive the 333 2, 137 | which is related to ~all virtuous deeds according to Ethic. 334 2, 139 | the beautiful from the virtuous," and that "whatever is 335 2, 140 | seemingly it is praiseworthy and virtuous to be altogether deficient ~ 336 2, 142 | Further, the honest and the virtuous are convertible according 337 2, 142 | who is perfect as to a virtuous habit, does not apprehend 338 2, 142 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, virtuous deeds are not disgraceful 339 2, 142 | people are ashamed to do virtuous ~deeds, according to Lk. 340 2, 142 | is the cause." ~Now the virtuous man despises the disgrace 341 2, 142 | virtue, since the more virtuous a man is, the more he despises 342 2, 142 | Shamefacedness does not regard virtuous deeds as such. Yet ~it happens 343 2, 142 | or hypocritical for doing virtuous ~deeds.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 344 2, 142 | in the case of wise and ~virtuous men, by whom man is more 345 2, 142 | Para. 1/1~Whether even virtuous men can be ashamed?~Aquin.: 346 2, 142 | It would seem that even virtuous men can be ashamed. For ~ 347 2, 142 | Therefore those who are virtuous are more inclined to ~be 348 2, 142 | this happens also ~in the virtuous. Therefore virtuous men 349 2, 142 | the virtuous. Therefore virtuous men can be ashamed.~Aquin.: 350 2, 142 | disgrace" [*Ethic. iv, 9]. ~Now virtuous people may happen to be 351 2, 142 | undeservedly. Therefore a ~virtuous man can be ashamed.~Aquin.: 352 2, 142 | then ~temperance is in a virtuous man, it means that shamefacedness 353 2, 142 | says (Ethic. iv, 9) that a "virtuous ~man is not shamefaced."~ 354 2, 142 | this way the old and the virtuous are not ~shamefaced. Yet 355 2, 142 | 9) that "shame is in the virtuous ~hypothetically."~Aquin.: 356 2, 142 | OBJ 2: It belongs to the virtuous man to avoid not only vice, 357 2, 142 | Ethic. iv, 9) that the virtuous man should avoid "not only 358 2, 142 | stated above (A[1], ad 1) the virtuous man despises ~ignominy and 359 2, 143 | between the honest and the virtuous;~(2) Its relation with the 360 2, 143 | to be the ~instruments of virtuous deeds, as stated above ( 361 2, 144 | neither a ~virtue nor a virtuous act, but something indifferent. 362 2, 144 | then it signifies either a virtuous ~habit or a virtuous act. 363 2, 144 | either a virtuous ~habit or a virtuous act. This is the meaning 364 2, 145 | reckoned together with other virtuous acts (2 ~Cor. 6:5,6) where 365 2, 145 | I answer that, An act is virtuous through being directed by 366 2, 145 | directed by reason to ~some virtuous [honestum] [*Cf. Q[145], 367 2, 145 | Reply OBJ 1: An act that is virtuous generically may be rendered 368 2, 145 | it cannot be reckoned a virtuous act. Such is only the fasting ~ 369 2, 145 | matter. Wherefore every ~virtuous act about some particular 370 2, 145 | 1), an act ceases to ~be virtuous by the conjunction of any 371 2, 148 | reason, whereby he performs virtuous deeds and avoids sin, and 372 2, 150 | them. For nothing hinders a virtuous man from providing the matter 373 2, 150 | of the mind no man can be virtuous.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[152] A[ 374 2, 150 | Further, the praise accorded a virtuous man depends on his ~virtue. 375 2, 153 | the perfection of what is virtuous is ~restrained* in its every 376 2, 155 | fruits are ~delights in virtuous acts. Wherefore nothing 377 2, 159 | or state or time. ~Thus a virtuous man is perfect: although 378 2, 160 | originates from just and virtuous deeds, so that its guilt 379 2, 164 | his studiousness. Now all ~virtuous persons without exception 380 2, 164 | ii, 93) in order to be ~virtuous we must avoid those things 381 2, 165 | knowledge of sensible things is virtuous.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[167] A[ 382 2, 166 | Therefore it becomes a wise and ~virtuous man to have recourse to 383 2, 166 | actions both serious and virtuous, such as prayer and the ~ 384 2, 166 | Therefore the lack of mirth is virtuous rather than sinful.~Aquin.: 385 2, 181 | state is acquired by every virtuous ~action.~Aquin.: SMT SS 386 2, 183 | itself ~praiseworthy, and virtuous. Nevertheless, since considered 387 2, 184 | quantity, but all ~the more virtuous. It would, however, be against 388 2, 186 | another way by the practice of virtuous action, ~according to Heb. 389 3, 15 | they believed that only the virtuous is ~good, since it makes 390 3, 15 | wicked. Now although what is virtuous is man's ~chief good, and 391 3, 68 | God compels ~no man to be virtuous," as Damascene says (De 392 3, 69 | yet ~is he hindered from virtuous acts through being asleep.~ 393 3, 85 | that it has no place in a virtuous man. ~Now, in like manner, 394 3, 85 | which have no place in a virtuous man. ~Therefore penance 395 3, 85 | Philosopher (Ethic. iv, 3), "no ~virtuous man is foolish." But it 396 3, 85 | intends to make the citizens virtuous" (Ethic. ii, ~1). But there 397 3, 85 | from being wicked becomes ~virtuous.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[85] A[ 398 3, 85 | elicited by charity, and a like virtuous act requires no other virtue ~ 399 3, 89 | pleasure and ease. even as a ~virtuous man may accidentally find 400 3, 89 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether virtuous deeds done in charity can 401 3, 89 | OBJ 1: It would seem that virtuous deeds done in charity cannot 402 3, 89 | to death. Since therefore virtuous deeds, after ~being done, 403 3, 89 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, by virtuous deeds done in charity, man 404 3, 89 | it is not possible ~for virtuous deeds done in charity to 405 3, 89 | Para. 2/2~Now the effect of virtuous works, which are done in 406 Suppl, 39| repute, ~bedecked with a virtuous life, and not publicly penitent. 407 Suppl, 47| constant man is reckoned a virtuous man who, according ~to the 408 Suppl, 49| natural, and includes the ~virtuous, the useful, and the pleasant. 409 Suppl, 49| pleasant. But that which is virtuous in ~itself needs no excuse. 410 Suppl, 49| a thing both useful and ~virtuous, since the useful and the 411 Suppl, 49| since the useful and the virtuous are opposite divisions of 412 Suppl, 49| goods that make ~marriage virtuous.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[49] A[ 413 Suppl, 49| things, like every other virtuous act. one of these is required 414 Suppl, 67| omission of that good becomes ~virtuous by being directed to a greater 415 Suppl, 67| it does not also become ~virtuous. In this way the indissolubility 416 Suppl, 93| the parts so to speak of a virtuous ~act), since widowhood uses 417 Suppl, 93| that merit is due to every virtuous act commanded ~by charity. 418 Suppl, 93| witness of Christ by any virtuous ~act, inasmuch as the works 419 Suppl, 95| praiseworthy acts by reason of virtuous habits. ~Therefore there


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