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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 19 | yet when some additional ~circumstances are taken into account, 2 1, 19 | will it when all particular circumstances are considered; and this 3 1, 112 | having considered all the ~circumstances; although universally speaking, 4 2, 6 | voluntary acts have certain circumstances, according to ~which we 5 2, 6 | involuntary, and afterwards, the circumstances of those ~acts which are 6 2, 6 | under other individuating ~circumstances. And that which is done 7 2, 6 | in so far as, under the ~circumstances, it hinders a greater evil 8 2, 6 | say, outside the actual circumstances of the case.~Aquin.: SMT 9 2, 7 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE CIRCUMSTANCES OF HUMAN ACTS (FOUR ARTICLES)~ 10 2, 7 | We must now consider the circumstances of human acts: under which 11 2, 7 | should take note of the circumstances of human ~acts?~(3) How 12 2, 7 | human ~acts?~(3) How many circumstances are there?~(4) Which are 13 2, 7 | out than in. Therefore the circumstances ~are not accidents of human 14 2, 7 | accidents. Therefore the circumstances are not accidents of acts.~ 15 2, 7 | Ethic. iii, 1) ~calls the circumstances particular things [*{ta 16 2, 7 | each act. Therefore the circumstances are ~individual accidents 17 2, 7 | the human act, are called circumstances. Now what is outside a thing' 18 2, 7 | accident. ~Wherefore the circumstances of human acts should be 19 2, 7 | and secondly, from the ~circumstances of the act. Thus a man becomes 20 2, 7 | were. And in this sense circumstances are said to be the accidents 21 2, 7 | 3 Para. 2/2~Accordingly, circumstances are related to acts in both 22 2, 7 | both these ways. For ~some circumstances that have a relation to 23 2, 7 | should take note of the circumstances of human acts?~Aquin.: SMT 24 2, 7 | should not take note of the ~circumstances of human acts. Because theologians 25 2, 7 | evil. But it ~seems that circumstances cannot give quality to human 26 2, 7 | should not take note of the ~circumstances of acts.~Aquin.: SMT FS 27 2, 7 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, circumstances are the accidents of acts. 28 2, 7 | theologian has not to ~consider circumstances.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[7] A[2] 29 2, 7 | Further, the consideration of circumstances belongs to the ~orator. 30 2, 7 | theologian's business to consider circumstances.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[7] A[2] 31 2, 7 | the contrary, Ignorance of circumstances causes an act to be ~involuntary, 32 2, 7 | the theologian. Therefore ~circumstances also should be considered 33 2, 7 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Circumstances come under the consideration 34 2, 7 | which results from the due circumstances. Hence the ~theologian has 35 2, 7 | theologian has to consider the circumstances. Secondly, because the ~ 36 2, 7 | this diversity depends on circumstances, as we ~shall see further 37 2, 7 | knowledge or ignorance of circumstances, as ~stated above (Q[6], 38 2, 7 | theologian has to consider ~circumstances.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[7] A[2] 39 2, 7 | accidents are not what we call circumstances; because circumstances ~ 40 2, 7 | call circumstances; because circumstances ~although, as stated above ( 41 2, 7 | 3: The consideration of circumstances belongs to the moralist, ~ 42 2, 7 | far as with ~respect to circumstances we find or lose the mean 43 2, 7 | the orator, in so far as ~circumstances make acts to be worthy of 44 2, 7 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the circumstances are properly set forth in 45 2, 7 | It would seem that the circumstances are not properly set forth ~ 46 2, 7 | Therefore ~there are only two circumstances, to wit, "when" and "where."~ 47 2, 7 | Further, we judge from the circumstances whether a thing is well ~ 48 2, 7 | act. Therefore all the ~circumstances are included under one, 49 2, 7 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, circumstances are not part of the substance 50 2, 7 | nor "about what," are ~circumstances: since "who" refers to the 51 2, 7 | Rhetor. i), gives ~seven circumstances, which are contained in 52 2, 7 | but ~results from all the circumstances. But the mode which refers 53 2, 7 | same applies to the other ~circumstances which are considered in 54 2, 7 | him or harm him, these are circumstances.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[7] A[4] 55 2, 7 | Whether the most important circumstances are "why" and "in what the 56 2, 7 | not the most important ~circumstances, namely, "why" and those " 57 2, 7 | the most important of ~the circumstances, since, of them all, they 58 2, 7 | not the most ~important circumstances.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[7] A[4] 59 2, 7 | done. Therefore these two circumstances seem to be of the greatest 60 2, 7 | that "the most important circumstances" are "why it is done" and " 61 2, 7 | he did." As to the ~other circumstances, they are more or less important, 62 2, 7 | time and place, but those circumstances that are affixed to the ~ 63 2, 11 | compared with the ~actual circumstances of the agent. Therefore 64 2, 14 | take several conditions or circumstances into consideration, ~which 65 2, 18 | from a ~circumstance. For circumstances stand around [circumstant] 66 2, 18 | doctrine of morals. But since circumstances are ~accidents of actions, 67 2, 18 | in respect of the other ~circumstances. Therefore, on the other 68 2, 18 | and ~so on with the other circumstances. Therefore human actions 69 2, 18 | good or ~evil according to circumstances.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[18] A[ 70 2, 18 | accidents: and such are its due circumstances. ~Wherefore if something 71 2, 18 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Circumstances are outside an action, inasmuch 72 2, 18 | And thus it is ~that the circumstances of actions are considered 73 2, 18 | it has goodness from its ~circumstances, in respect, as it were, 74 2, 18 | in its species or in its ~circumstances is ordained to an evil end, 75 2, 18 | species; but ~also from the circumstances, which are its accidents, 76 2, 18 | taken from ~its object. But circumstances differ from the object. 77 2, 18 | from the object. Therefore ~circumstances do not give an action its 78 2, 18 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, circumstances are as accidents in relation 79 2, 18 | one action has ~several circumstances. Therefore a circumstance 80 2, 18 | one action may ~have many circumstances, it does not follow that 81 2, 19 | object but also from the circumstances, as stated above (Q[18], 82 2, 19 | according to the diversity of circumstances there may be diversity of ~ 83 2, 19 | object, but also on the circumstances.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[19] A[ 84 2, 19 | 3: Further, ignorance of circumstances excuses malice of the will, ~ 85 2, 19 | the will depended on the circumstances. Therefore the ~goodness 86 2, 19 | of the will depend on the circumstances, and not only ~on the object.~ 87 2, 19 | take its species from the ~circumstances as such, as stated above ( 88 2, 19 | will depend, not on the ~circumstances, but on the object alone.~ 89 2, 19 | the object, and not the circumstances, which are accidents, as ~ 90 2, 19 | fixed on some good, no ~circumstances can make that act bad. Consequently 91 2, 19 | same applies to the other circumstances.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[19] A[ 92 2, 19 | Reply OBJ 3: Ignorance of circumstances excuses malice of the will, 93 2, 19 | far as a man ignores the circumstances of the act which he wills.~ 94 2, 20 | to their genus, and the circumstances connected ~with them: thus 95 2, 20 | its being attended by due ~circumstances, is not derived from the 96 2, 20 | respect of due matter ~and circumstances; the other in respect of 97 2, 20 | respect of due matter or circumstances, ~depends on the reason: 98 2, 20 | regard to its matter and circumstances, then the goodness ~of the 99 2, 20 | goodness of the matter and circumstances passes ~into the act of 100 2, 20 | from its matter and due circumstances, thus it stands in relation ~ 101 2, 20 | takes from its matter and circumstances, is ~distinct from that 102 2, 42 | but also in respect of circumstances, as ~stated above (Q[18], 103 2, 42 | A[3]). And of all the circumstances, ~longlastingness, or even 104 2, 45 | nor can it inquire into circumstances; ~its judgment is instantaneous. 105 2, 51 | regard to various aspects and circumstances. Wherefore the ~appetitive 106 2, 63 | and according to various circumstances.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[63] A[ 107 2, 64 | extremes depend on ~various circumstances: hence nothing hinders something 108 2, 64 | mean in respect of other circumstances, through being in conformity 109 2, 64 | quantity in relation to other circumstances, then it has the character 110 2, 72 | according to their various circumstances?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[72] A[ 111 2, 72 | in respect of different circumstances?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[72] A[ 112 2, 72 | in respect of different ~circumstances. For, as Dionysius says ( 113 2, 72 | corruptions of individual ~circumstances. Therefore from the corruption 114 2, 72 | take their ~species from circumstances, as stated above (Q[18], 115 2, 72 | specifically according as different circumstances are ~corrupted.~Aquin.: 116 2, 72 | these pertain ~to various circumstances, for "hastily" means sooner 117 2, 72 | according to the various circumstances.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[72] A[ 118 2, 72 | like manner as to the other circumstances. Therefore the species of 119 2, 72 | that although different circumstances are corrupted, there is 120 2, 72 | ought, and so on with the ~circumstances, since he does this through 121 2, 72 | corruption of different ~circumstances does not diversify the species 122 2, 72 | corruption of different circumstances arises ~from different motives: 123 2, 72 | corruption of different circumstances entails different ~species 124 2, 73 | Whether it depends on their circumstances?~(8) Whether it depends 125 2, 73 | turning away ~(from God). But circumstances affect sin on the part of 126 2, 73 | his not observing the due circumstances in his action. ~Wherefore 127 2, 73 | aggravated by ~reason of its circumstances. This happens in three ways. 128 2, 73 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Some circumstances do specify a moral act, 129 2, 88 | when we were treating of circumstances, a circumstance, as such, 130 2, 95 | it depends on ~certain circumstances, in respect of which he 131 2, 97 | application ~to persons or circumstances, he may allow the precept 132 2, 100 | consideration of the various circumstances, which all are not competent ~ 133 2, 102 | and other such particular circumstances. ~Therefore there is no 134 2, 109 | of the various turns of circumstances, and ~because we do not 135 2, 3 | according to other due circumstances, in respect of which human 136 2, 6 | commensuration of the act's ~circumstances. Hence we cannot say that 137 2, 10 | grave in respect of some circumstances. Hence Augustine ~hesitated 138 2, 10 | ways in which the various circumstances of a virtue may be corrupted, 139 2, 10 | various conditions of persons, circumstances and time. ~For some are 140 2, 13 | But if we consider the circumstances of sin, some ~are called ( 141 2, 13 | omnipotence, not on that of the circumstances of sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 142 2, 29 | with ~a view to their due circumstances.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[31] A[ 143 2, 30 | should observe the due ~circumstances of persons, place and time, 144 2, 31 | but by observing the due circumstances, which ~are requisite in 145 2, 31 | end, ~the chief of these circumstances of a virtuous act is this 146 2, 31 | needs to be moderated by due circumstances, it follows that when a ~ 147 2, 37 | secondly, according to its ~circumstances. And since particular circumstances 148 2, 37 | circumstances. And since particular circumstances are infinite in number, ~ 149 2, 42 | should be endued with its due circumstances, ~whereby it is adapted 150 2, 46 | secondly, to attend to the circumstances of ~the matter in hand, 151 2, 47 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, circumstances seem to be the concern of 152 2, 47 | nothing but ~attention to circumstances. Therefore circumspection 153 2, 47 | contain many combinations of ~circumstances, it happens that a thing 154 2, 47 | reason of some combination of circumstances. Thus to show signs of love ~ 155 2, 47 | comparing the means with the ~circumstances.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[49] A[ 156 2, 47 | Though the number of possible circumstances be infinite, ~the number 157 2, 47 | infinite, ~the number of actual circumstances is not; and the judgment 158 2, 47 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Circumstances are the concern of prudence, 159 2, 47 | perfected by the fixing of circumstances.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[49] A[ 160 2, 47 | to the end in view of the circumstances. ~Now each of these presents 161 2, 49 | the ~end, but also other circumstances. Such are suitable time, 162 2, 49 | taken, and other like due ~circumstances, which sinners fail to observe 163 2, 51 | in the corruption of the circumstances of ~virtue, wherefore Dionysius 164 2, 51 | Reply OBJ 3: When various circumstances are corrupted for the same ~ 165 2, 51 | through corruption of other circumstances, as stated in Ethic. vi, 166 2, 53 | be vested with its due ~circumstances, and among these is the 167 2, 56 | with ~their various due circumstances. Hence the mean in such 168 2, 57 | ignorance of particular ~circumstances" [*Ethic. iii, 1], and which 169 2, 60 | after taking account of the circumstances of persons and ~things according 170 2, 60 | Now ~time is one of the circumstances requisite for virtuous acts. 171 2, 60 | acts. Since then ~the other circumstances are not determinate for 172 2, 61 | justice we consider those circumstances of ~a person which result 173 2, 61 | of persons ~we consider circumstances that do not so result.~Aquin.: 174 2, 61 | certain things pertaining ~to circumstances of person, wherefore such 175 2, 62 | to kill any man under any circumstances whatever." Now ~clerics 176 2, 63 | that in view of ~certain circumstances, a sin committed against 177 2, 68 | disagree certain principal circumstances ~which change the substance 178 2, 68 | discrepancy of evidence in circumstances ~not touching the substance 179 2, 69 | happen however that these circumstances concur, and then we have ~ 180 2, 69 | only when the aforesaid circumstances concur, else ~he would have 181 2, 69 | time, place, and other ~circumstances, as stated above.~Aquin.: 182 2, 70 | without sin, if the due circumstances be observed. on the other 183 2, 71 | secretly" and "openly" are ~circumstances that do not constitute the 184 2, 71 | is differentiated by the circumstances "secretly" and "openly," ~ 185 2, 71 | with attention ~to the due circumstances, it is not a sin and cannot 186 2, 71 | aggravating or extenuating circumstances.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[73] A[ 187 2, 79 | quantity, but as regards ~other circumstances, as when Divine worship 188 2, 86 | above (A[8]). Now these two ~circumstances concur in children before 189 2, 86 | consist in ~deciding in what circumstances he need not keep that vow. 190 2, 90 | also with regard to other circumstances: so that, in ~certain virtues 191 2, 90 | manner as regards other circumstances, as the ~Philosopher shows ( 192 2, 90 | virtue in respect of certain circumstances (A[1]). For ~as we have 193 2, 90 | every diversity of corrupt ~circumstances differentiates the species 194 2, 99 | virtue is limited by the circumstances due thereto, and if it overstep ~ 195 2, 99 | anticipates under these circumstances. For after the ~burial the 196 2, 102 | of quantity, but of other circumstances, in so ~far as a man obeys 197 2, 106 | lawful, provided other due ~circumstances be observed.~Aquin.: SMT 198 2, 106 | with regard to all the ~circumstances.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[108] A[ 199 2, 107 | be clothed with the due circumstances, and if these ~be not observed, 200 2, 108 | change his mind. Secondly, if circumstances have ~changed with regard 201 2, 108 | he had in his mind, due ~circumstances being taken for granted - 202 2, 108 | keeping his promise, because circumstances are no longer the same. 203 2, 111 | corruption of one of its circumstances. Secondly, a person ~belittles 204 2, 113 | observes or omits the due circumstances. For if while observing 205 2, 113 | while observing other due ~circumstances one were to wish to please 206 2, 113 | blame evil is sinful, if due circumstances be not ~observed; and so 207 2, 140 | voluntary in ~the particular circumstances in which the act takes place, 208 2, 145 | connection with certain circumstances. Hence the text goes on 209 2, 145 | becoming to him under ordinary circumstances, for ~instance in order 210 2, 145 | to anyone, whatever his circumstances may be. If however this 211 2, 146 | diversity of circumstance. ~Now circumstances, being the accidents of 212 2, 146 | respect of place and other circumstances.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[148] A[ 213 2, 146 | temperance observes due circumstances, so do the ~other moral 214 2, 146 | distinguished according to various circumstances. ~Neither, therefore, are 215 2, 146 | The corruption of various circumstances causes the various ~species 216 2, 146 | Reply OBJ 2: Place and other circumstances include no special motive ~ 217 2, 146 | vices, whenever different circumstances ~correspond to different 218 2, 146 | motives, the difference of circumstances argues a ~specific difference 219 2, 146 | this does not apply to all ~circumstances, as stated above (FS, Q[ 220 2, 147 | wine, and this depends on circumstances of ~certain persons and 221 2, 152 | is due matter, other ~due circumstances are not observed. And since 222 2, 152 | undue matter, but with other circumstances, which do not constitute 223 2, 152 | copulation in respect of other circumstances.~ 224 2, 156 | respect also of the other circumstances.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[158] A[ 225 2, 159 | under difficult and contrary circumstances"; the tenth is "to ~subject 226 2, 160 | under difficult and contrary circumstances," to which ~is opposed " 227 2, 161 | 2~But if we consider the circumstances of the persons who sinned, 228 2, 166 | take due account of other circumstances, so that our fun "befit 229 2, 166 | play, through lack of due ~circumstances: for instance when people 230 2, 172 | of time, but according as circumstances ~required, because as it 231 3, 1 | always bearing in mind the circumstances as well as the state of 232 3, 67 | neither is a woman in any circumstances permitted to baptize.~Aquin.: 233 3, 68 | Poenit. xiv): "All these circumstances should be ~taken into account 234 3, 68 | will. Moreover under the ~circumstances it would be dangerous to 235 3, 80 | reason holds good of other circumstances. And according to this, 236 3, 83 | However, ~after weighing the circumstances of the fact and of the person, 237 3, 90 | in keeping with other due circumstances, wherefore the virtue of ~ 238 Suppl, 6 | committed, or what were its ~circumstances, as in the New Law.~Aquin.: 239 Suppl, 6 | Secondly, as referring to the circumstances of the act, and thus the ~ 240 Suppl, 7 | it be devoid of other due circumstances.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[7] A[2] 241 Suppl, 7 | Divine law to determine the circumstances, when, how, ~what, and to 242 Suppl, 7 | law, which determines the ~circumstances, as is the case with all 243 Suppl, 8 | the ~judge, who in other circumstances could have absolved him, 244 Suppl, 8 | consideration for the various circumstances of sins and penitents.~Aquin.: 245 Suppl, 14| themselves and in their circumstances, while the ~other does none, 246 Suppl, 25| cause: thus, under the ~same circumstances, now a year's indulgence, 247 Suppl, 47| into consideration the circumstances of place and time it is 248 Suppl, 49| principle, and from its circumstances as its ~formal principles; 249 Suppl, 49| related to marriage as ~circumstances to an act of virtue which 250 Suppl, 49| virtue which owes it to those circumstances ~that it can be an act of 251 Suppl, 49| related to its act as its due ~circumstances, as stated above (A[1], 252 Suppl, 49| 1], ad 4). Now the like circumstances ~are sufficient to prevent 253 Suppl, 49| ought according to ~all the circumstances.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[49] A[ 254 Suppl, 52| punishment according to the circumstances of person and ~guilt belongs 255 Suppl, 65| persons, times, and other ~circumstances, the aforesaid conclusions 256 Suppl, 69| resurrection itself and its circumstances; (3) of the things which 257 Suppl, 93| praiseworthiness from its ~due circumstances, from the habit eliciting 258 Suppl, 93| pleasures as to ~all its circumstances (which are the parts so 259 Suppl, 95| them under certain evil ~circumstances [*Cf. FP, Q[64], A[2], ad


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