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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 55 | the lion leads to acts of ~magnanimity, and in the fox to acts 2 1, 56 | the lion leads to acts of ~magnanimity, and in the fox to acts 3 2, 48 | heart which ~pertains to magnanimity which is an effect of anger: 4 2, 60 | about fear and ~daring; magnanimity, about hope and despair; 5 2, 60 | object of hope, then we have "magnanimity." Wherefore liberality and ~" 6 2, 60 | while magnificence and ~magnanimity are in the irascible.~Aquin.: 7 2, 60 | liberality, ~magnificence, magnanimity, "philotimia," gentleness, 8 2, 61 | principal in any ~genus. Now "magnanimity has a great influence on 9 2, 61 | Ethic. ~iv, 3). Therefore magnanimity should more than any be 10 2, 64 | a maximum: for instance, magnanimity to very great honors, and ~ 11 2, 64 | reason. This is the case with magnanimity and magnificence. For if 12 2, 64 | virginity and poverty as of ~magnanimity. For virginity abstains 13 2, 65 | Further, magnificence and magnanimity are moral virtues. Now a ~ 14 2, 65 | having magnificence or ~magnanimity: for the Philosopher says ( 15 2, 65 | such as magnificence and magnanimity; and since it does ~not 16 2, 66 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, "Magnanimity has a great influence on 17 2, 66 | Reply OBJ 3: There can be no magnanimity without the other virtues, 18 2, 16 | arduous. But it belongs ~to magnanimity, which is a moral virtue, 19 2, 16 | 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Magnanimity tends to something arduous 20 2, 20 | contrary ~to the virtue of magnanimity which holds to the mean 21 2, 45 | prudence is not opposed to magnanimity, for "good is not opposed 22 2, 53 | pride resembles or apes ~magnanimity, it follows that the aforesaid 23 2, 56 | thing than ~itself. Now magnanimity is the ornament both of 24 2, 56 | Ethic. iv, 3. Therefore magnanimity is more ~excellent than 25 2, 56 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: When magnanimity is added to justice it increases 26 2, 90 | certain virtues such as magnanimity and magnificence; vice exceeds 27 2, 106| bear our own wrongs with ~magnanimity, yet not to suffer God's 28 2, 116| under the heading, 'True magnanimity is based chiefly on ~two 29 2, 126| parts of ~fortitude, namely "magnanimity, confidence, security, magnificence, ~ 30 2, 126| courage, strength of will, ~magnanimity, manliness, perseverance, 31 2, 126| to great expenses, and "magnanimity," which seems to be the 32 2, 126| three, two of which, namely "magnanimity" and "security," are ~comprised 33 2, 126| desire, and this belongs to magnanimity. For it ~has been stated 34 2, 126| certitude of ~hope; while magnanimity refers to the magnitude 35 2, 126| magnificence," and with Macrobius, "magnanimity." "Strength of will" is ~ 36 2, 127| 129] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF MAGNANIMITY* (EIGHT ARTICLES) [*Not 37 2, 127| which we shall substitute magnanimity, of which Aristotle ~treats. 38 2, 127| Accordingly we shall consider (1) Magnanimity; (2) Magnificence; ~(3) 39 2, 127| first we shall treat (1) ~of magnanimity; (2) of its contrary vices. 40 2, 127| of inquiry:~(1) Whether magnanimity is about honors?~(2) Whether 41 2, 127| about honors?~(2) Whether magnanimity is only about great honors?~( 42 2, 127| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether magnanimity is about honors?~Aquin.: 43 2, 127| 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that magnanimity is not about honors. For 44 2, 127| is not about honors. For magnanimity is ~in the irascible faculty, 45 2, 127| very name shows, since "magnanimity" ~signifies greatness of 46 2, 127| Therefore it seems that magnanimity is not about honors.~Aquin.: 47 2, 127| 1 ~OBJ 2: Further, since magnanimity is a moral virtue, it must 48 2, 127| not a passion. Therefore magnanimity is not about ~honors.~Aquin.: 49 2, 127| Further, the nature of magnanimity seems to regard pursuit 50 2, 127| shunning them. Therefore magnanimity is not about honors.~Aquin.: 51 2, 127| says (Ethic. iv, 3) that "magnanimity ~is about honor and dishonor."~ 52 2, 127| Para. 1/2~I answer that, Magnanimity by its very name denotes 53 2, 127| follows ~therefore that magnanimity is about honors.~Aquin.: 54 2, 127| irascible. Thus it is that magnanimity regards honor, ~inasmuch, 55 2, 127| difficult ~good. Wherefore magnanimity is immediately about the 56 2, 127| deserving of blame. ~Accordingly magnanimity is about honors in the sense 57 2, 127| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether magnanimity is essentially about great 58 2, 127| 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that magnanimity is not essentially about 59 2, 127| For the proper matter of magnanimity is honor, as stated above ( 60 2, 127| it is not ~essential to magnanimity to be about great honors.~ 61 2, 127| OBJ 2: Further, just as magnanimity is about honor, so is meekness 62 2, 127| neither is it essential to magnanimity to be ~about great honor.~ 63 2, 127| honor than is ~dishonor. But magnanimity is well ordered in relation 64 2, 127| says (Ethic. ii, 7) that magnanimity is ~about great honors.~ 65 2, 127| great honors there ~is "magnanimity." Wherefore we must conclude 66 2, 127| that the proper matter of ~magnanimity is great honor, and that 67 2, 127| Thes. Para. 1/1 ~Whether magnanimity is a virtue?~Aquin.: SMT 68 2, 127| 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that magnanimity is not a virtue. For every 69 2, 127| observes the mean. But magnanimity observes not the mean but 70 2, 127| Ethic. iv, 3). Therefore magnanimity is not a virtue.~Aquin.: 71 2, 127| a virtue without having magnanimity: ~since the Philosopher 72 2, 127| magnanimous." Therefore magnanimity is not a virtue.~Aquin.: 73 2, 127| FS, Q[55], A[4]). But magnanimity implies certain dispositions 74 2, 127| utterance calm." Therefore ~magnanimity is not a virtue.~Aquin.: 75 2, 127| opposed to another virtue. But magnanimity ~is opposed to humility, 76 2, 127| Ethic. iv, 3. Therefore ~magnanimity is not a virtue.~Aquin.: 77 2, 127| virtue are praiseworthy. But ~magnanimity has certain properties that 78 2, 127| are fruitful. ~Therefore magnanimity is not a virtue.~Aquin.: 79 2, 127| worthy of praise. Therefore magnanimity which consists in greatness 80 2, 127| A[2], OBJ[3]). Therefore magnanimity, which ~observes the mode 81 2, 127| virtues. Wherefore the act of magnanimity is not becoming to ~every 82 2, 127| for one to whom the act of magnanimity is not competent, to have ~ 83 2, 127| competent, to have ~the habit of magnanimity, whereby he is disposed 84 2, 127| And so it happens ~that to magnanimity there accrue certain fixed 85 2, 127| are naturally disposed to magnanimity these ~conditions are found 86 2, 127| weakness of nature. Accordingly magnanimity makes a man deem himself ~ 87 2, 127| endowed with great virtue, magnanimity makes him tend ~to perfect 88 2, 127| his own ~deficiency, and magnanimity makes him despise others 89 2, 127| indicates the contempt of ~magnanimity, "but he honoreth them that 90 2, 127| therefore evident that ~magnanimity and humility are not contrary 91 2, 127| which is inconsistent with magnanimity.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[129] A[ 92 2, 127| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether magnanimity is a special virtue?~Aquin.: 93 2, 127| 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that magnanimity is not a special virtue. 94 2, 127| magnanimous." Therefore magnanimity is not a special virtue.~ 95 2, 127| of patience). Therefore magnanimity is not a special virtue.~ 96 2, 127| adorned ~with her jewels." But magnanimity is the ornament of all the 97 2, 127| in Ethic. iv. Therefore magnanimity is a general virtue. ~Aquin.: 98 2, 127| determinate matter. Now ~magnanimity establishes the mode of 99 2, 127| special good, and accordingly magnanimity considered in ~itself is 100 2, 127| 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Magnanimity is not about any kind of 101 2, 127| a virtuous deed, through magnanimity which ~makes all virtues 102 2, 127| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether magnanimity is a part of fortitude?~ 103 2, 127| 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that magnanimity is not a part of fortitude. 104 2, 127| not a part of itself. But magnanimity appears to be the same as ~ 105 2, 127| De Quat. Virtut.): "If magnanimity, which is ~also called fortitude, 106 2, 127| from deception." ~Therefore magnanimity is not a part of fortitude.~ 107 2, 127| himself to danger. Therefore magnanimity has ~nothing in common with 108 2, 127| Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, magnanimity regards the great in things 109 2, 127| import than evil. Therefore magnanimity is a more ~important virtue 110 2, 127| and Andronicus reckon ~magnanimity as a part of fortitude.~ 111 2, 127| the mind is confirmed by magnanimity, for, as man loves ~his 112 2, 127| Accordingly it is clear that magnanimity agrees with ~fortitude in 113 2, 127| easier to stand firm. Hence magnanimity is reckoned a part of ~fortitude, 114 2, 127| fortitude, and the ~latter to magnanimity: in this sense fortitude 115 2, 127| this sense fortitude and magnanimity may be ~considered as identical. 116 2, 127| that ~properly speaking magnanimity, according to the Philosopher ( 117 2, 127| precedence of the virtue of magnanimity. For though good is simply ~ 118 2, 127| Whether confidence belongs to magnanimity?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[129] A[ 119 2, 127| confidence does not belong to magnanimity. For a ~man may have assurance 120 2, 127| inconsistent with the idea of ~magnanimity. Therefore confidence does 121 2, 127| confidence does not belong to magnanimity.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[129] A[ 122 2, 127| fortitude rather than to magnanimity.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[129] A[ 123 2, 127| is a virtue distinct from magnanimity: and ~this is confirmed 124 2, 127| Macrobius enumerates it with ~magnanimity (In Somn. Scip. i).~Aquin.: 125 2, 127| substitute confidence ~for magnanimity, as stated above in the 126 2, 127| above (A[1], ad 2) that magnanimity is chiefly ~about the hope 127 2, 127| that confidence belongs to magnanimity.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[129] A[ 128 2, 127| in respect of evil, and magnanimity in respect of the ~obtaining 129 2, 127| belongs more properly to ~magnanimity than to fortitude. Yet because 130 2, 127| except as identified with magnanimity by Tully (De Suv. ~Rhet. 131 2, 127| Whether security belongs to magnanimity?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[129] A[ 132 2, 127| security does not belong to magnanimity. For ~security, as stated 133 2, 127| fortitude does not ~belong to magnanimity; rather the reverse is the 134 2, 127| does security belong to magnanimity.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[129] A[ 135 2, 127| security does not belong to magnanimity, which does great things 136 2, 127| security does not belong to magnanimity or to ~any other virtue, 137 2, 127| i) under the heading: ~"Magnanimity consists of two things," 138 2, 127| things," that "it belongs to magnanimity to ~give way neither to 139 2, 127| Therefore security belongs to ~magnanimity.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[129] A[ 140 2, 127| hope directly ~belongs to magnanimity, so fear directly regards 141 2, 127| confidence belongs immediately to magnanimity, so security belongs ~immediately 142 2, 127| security belongs ~indirectly to magnanimity, in so far as it banishes 143 2, 127| condition of fortitude and of magnanimity.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[129] A[ 144 2, 127| goods of fortune conduce to magnanimity?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[129] A[ 145 2, 127| fortune do not conduce to magnanimity. For ~according to Seneca ( 146 2, 127| suffices for ~itself." Now magnanimity takes every virtue great, 147 2, 127| fortune do not conduce to magnanimity.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[129] A[ 148 2, 127| i) under the heading: "Magnanimity consists of two ~things," 149 2, 127| fortune do not conduce to magnanimity.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[129] A[ 150 2, 127| fortune ~seems to conduce to magnanimity."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[129] 151 2, 127| As stated above (A[1]), magnanimity regards two things: ~honor 152 2, 127| goods of fortune conduce to ~magnanimity.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[129] A[ 153 2, 128| consider the vices opposed to magnanimity; and in the first ~place, 154 2, 128| Whether it is opposed to magnanimity by excess? ~Aquin.: SMT 155 2, 128| presumption is opposed to magnanimity by excess?~Aquin.: SMT SS 156 2, 128| presumption is not opposed to magnanimity by ~excess. For presumption 157 2, 128| Ghost is not opposed to magnanimity, but to charity. ~Neither 158 2, 128| is presumption opposed to magnanimity.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[130] A[ 159 2, 128| Further, it belongs to magnanimity that one should deem oneself ~ 160 2, 128| not directly opposed to magnanimity.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[130] A[ 161 2, 128| presumption is opposed ~to magnanimity, not by excess, but only 162 2, 128| above (Q[129], A[3], ad 1), magnanimity ~observes the means, not 163 2, 128| presumption is opposed to ~magnanimity by excess.~Aquin.: SMT SS 164 2, 128| ability, it can be opposed ~to magnanimity.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[130] A[ 165 2, 128| OBJ 2: Presumption, like magnanimity, seems to tend to something ~ 166 2, 128| presumption is not opposed to ~magnanimity, but to that virtue which 167 2, 128| This savors of an excess of magnanimity, not in any ~truth, but 168 2, 128| Quat. Virtut.) that ~"when magnanimity exceeds its measure, it 169 2, 129| Whether it is opposed to magnanimity by excess?~Aquin.: SMT SS 170 2, 129| Whether ambition is opposed to magnanimity by excess?~Aquin.: SMT SS 171 2, 129| ambition is not opposed to magnanimity by excess. ~For one mean 172 2, 129| presumption is opposed to magnanimity by excess as stated above ( 173 2, 129| Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, magnanimity is about honors; whereas 174 2, 129| ambition is not ~opposed to magnanimity.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[131] A[ 175 2, 129| great pomp [ambitione]. But magnanimity is not about ~outward show. 176 2, 129| ambition is not opposed to magnanimity.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[131] A[ 177 2, 129| the more a man exceeds ~in magnanimity, the more he desires himself 178 2, 129| ambition denotes an excess of ~magnanimity.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[131] A[ 179 2, 129| inordinate ~love of honor. Now magnanimity is about honors and makes 180 2, 129| ambition is opposed to ~magnanimity as the inordinate to that 181 2, 129| 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Magnanimity regards two things. It regards 182 2, 129| presumption is opposed to ~magnanimity by excess: because the presumptuous 183 2, 129| ability. The other thing that magnanimity regards is its ~matter, 184 2, 129| ambition ~is opposed to magnanimity by excess. Nor is it impossible 185 2, 130| Whether it is opposed to magnanimity?~(3) Whether it is a mortal 186 2, 130| vainglory is opposed to magnanimity?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[132] A[ 187 2, 130| vainglory is not opposed to magnanimity. For, as ~stated above ( 188 2, 130| vices are ~not contrary to magnanimity. Therefore vainglory is 189 2, 130| vainglory is not opposed to ~magnanimity.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[132] A[ 190 2, 130| pusillanimity, opposed to ~magnanimity by way of deficiency, for 191 2, 130| ambition are opposed to magnanimity, as stated above ~(Q[130], 192 2, 130| vainglory is not opposed to magnanimity.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[132] A[ 193 2, 130| Q[38]] is not opposed to magnanimity. ~Neither therefore is vainglory.~ 194 2, 130| i) under the heading, ~"Magnanimity consists in two things: 195 2, 130| Therefore it is opposed to magnanimity.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[132] A[ 196 2, 130| knowledge of ~others. And since magnanimity is about honor, as stated 197 2, 130| glory is directly opposed to magnanimity.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[132] A[ 198 2, 130| them is ~itself opposed to magnanimity. Wherefore it is said of 199 2, 130| it is inconsistent with magnanimity to glory ~in things that 200 2, 130| it is ~incompatible with magnanimity for a man to glory in the 201 2, 130| this from being contrary to magnanimity, as well as to ~other virtues.~ 202 2, 130| intentionally, is opposed to magnanimity: since no one contends save 203 2, 131| pusillanimity is opposed to magnanimity? ~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[133] 204 2, 131| pusillanimity is not opposed to magnanimity. For ~the Philosopher says ( 205 2, 131| pusillanimity is not ~opposed to magnanimity.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[133] A[ 206 2, 131| pusillanimity is not opposed to ~magnanimity.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[133] A[ 207 2, 131| pusillanimity is more unlike magnanimity than presumption is. Therefore ~ 208 2, 131| pusillanimity is opposed to magnanimity, it follows that it is a 209 2, 131| pusillanimity is not opposed to magnanimity.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[133] A[ 210 2, 131| contrary, Pusillanimity and magnanimity differ as greatness and ~ 211 2, 131| pusillanimity is opposed to magnanimity.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[133] A[ 212 2, 131| nature it is opposed to ~magnanimity, from which it differs as 213 2, 131| pusillanimity is directly opposed to magnanimity.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[133] A[ 214 2, 132| as we have also said of magnanimity (Q[129], A[3], ad 1).~Aquin.: 215 2, 132| does it. But it belongs to magnanimity to tend to something ~great, 216 2, 132| Therefore it belongs to ~magnanimity likewise to do something 217 2, 132| special virtue distinct from magnanimity.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[134] A[ 218 2, 132| Reply OBJ 2: It belongs to magnanimity not only to tend to something ~ 219 2, 132| Ethic. iv, 3: yet so ~that magnanimity, in this respect, regards 220 2, 132| accomplishment. Wherefore just as magnanimity intends ~something great 221 2, 132| difficulty, ~not simply, as magnanimity does, but in a determinate 222 2, 132| wherefore magnificence, like magnanimity, is apparently in ~the irascible 223 2, 133| vainglory, which is opposed to magnanimity, as stated above (Q[131], 224 2, 134| of the comparison with ~magnanimity.]~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[136] 225 2, 134| answer that, Just as by magnanimity a man has a mind to tend 226 2, 134| long ~way off. Wherefore as magnanimity regards hope, which tends 227 2, 134| has more in common with ~magnanimity than with patience.~Aquin.: 228 2, 136| under the heading "True magnanimity ~consists of two things: 229 2, 136| opposed to perseverance but to magnanimity, as stated ~above (Q[132], 230 2, 138| so also are magnificence, magnanimity, and ~confidence, as stated 231 2, 138| precepts of magnificence and magnanimity.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[140] A[ 232 2, 138| OBJ 1: Magnificence and magnanimity do not belong to the genus 233 2, 138| precepts about magnificence and magnanimity. On the other hand, ~the 234 2, 159| opposed to the virtue of magnanimity, which aims at great ~things, 235 2, 159| right reason; and this is magnanimity. ~Therefore it is evident 236 2, 159| against right reason: while magnanimity urges the mind to great 237 2, 159| Hence it is clear that magnanimity is not ~opposed to humility: 238 2, 159| against fear. Now it ~is magnanimity that strengthens the soul 239 2, 159| a ~distinct virtue from magnanimity, which is evidently false. 240 2, 159| 3: Further, humility and magnanimity are about the same object, 241 2, 159| above (A[1], ad 3). But magnanimity is reckoned a part, not 242 2, 159| 3: Although humility and magnanimity agree as to matter, they ~ 243 2, 159| mode, by reason of which magnanimity is reckoned a part of ~fortitude, 244 2, 160| about the same matter as magnanimity, as stated ~above (Q[161], 245 2, 160| is opposed by default to ~magnanimity. For just as it belongs 246 2, 160| For just as it belongs to magnanimity to urge the mind to ~great 247 2, 160| is properly opposed to magnanimity by default; but if we take 248 2, 160| opposed by excess, ~both to magnanimity and humility, from different 249 2, 160| it scorns subjection, to magnanimity, inasmuch as ~it tends to 250 2, 160| more directly opposed to magnanimity.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[162] A[


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