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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 50 | partaking of immortality by favor, and not by ~nature."~Aquin.: 2 1, 50 | perfect ~immutability only by favor, as will appear later (Q[ 3 1, 51 | partaking of immortality by favor, and not by ~nature."~Aquin.: 4 1, 51 | perfect ~immutability only by favor, as will appear later (Q[ 5 1, 77 | 40:22): "The eye desireth favor and beauty, but ~more than 6 1, 102 | riches to the learned, nor favor to the skillful, but time 7 2, 60 | contract, a promise, or a favor already ~conferred. And 8 2, 69 | The fourth is the outward favor of man; ~and this he excludes, 9 2, 76 | acquired by acts, but by God's favor.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[76] A[ 10 2, 96 | By no reason of law, or favor of equity, is it allowable 11 2, 97 | custom counts far more in ~favor of a particular observance, 12 2, 97 | be the object of special favor.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[97] A[ 13 2, 100 | celebration of some Divine favor, either in memory of past 14 2, 100 | favors, or in ~sign of some favor to come: in like manner 15 2, 100 | Passover in memory of the past favor of the delivery ~from Egypt, 16 2, 100 | in memory of the Divine favor.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] A[ 17 2, 105 | Similar provision was made in ~favor of a maidservant when married 18 2, 108 | temporal goods besides the favor of man: and there are many 19 2, 108 | shun the glory of human favor.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[108] A[ 20 2, 110 | Joseph "grace [Douay: ~'favor'] in the sight of the chief 21 2, 110 | say ~that a man has the favor of another, nothing is implied 22 2, 110 | implied in him who has ~the favor of the other, but an acceptance 23 2, 110 | is implied in him whose favor ~he has. Hence when we say 24 2, 110 | the king looks on him with favor. Secondly, it is taken for 25 2, 114 | Now the reward of ~human favor is as the last end to those 26 2, 10 | observed by their subjects, in favor of liberty. On the other 27 2, 10 | have failed to ~obtain this favor from them if it had been 28 2, 18 | God, but also of any other favor whatever. This cannot be ~ 29 2, 22 | rather that of a gratuitous favor, as the Philosopher ~explains ( 30 2, 24 | or when anyone bestows a favor on a whole community: and ~ 31 2, 28 | by such sacrifices God's favor is obtained."~Aquin.: SMT 32 2, 30 | by such sacrifices God's ~favor is obtained." Therefore 33 2, 58 | By no reason of law, or ~favor of equity, is it allowable 34 2, 60 | have ~received a greater favor. Now we have received greater 35 2, 60 | person who has done him a favor, and he would ~not be doing 36 2, 60 | fact by taking he grants a favor; ~but he is bound to restitution 37 2, 61 | apply: "Neither shalt thou favor a poor man in judgment."~ 38 2, 68 | discerning which side to favor, by considering either the 39 2, 71 | of their ~kindred, or the favor of others, are humbled by 40 2, 75 | of the ~recompense for a favor received should depend on 41 2, 76 | anyone who has done us a favor. Now to lend ~money to one 42 2, 76 | in straits is to do him a favor for which he should ~be 43 2, 76 | Reply OBJ 2: Repayment for a favor may be made in two ways. 44 2, 76 | measured according to the favor received. ~Wherefore the 45 2, 76 | obligation to repayment for favor received is based ~on a 46 2, 76 | feeling with which the favor was conferred than on the 47 2, 76 | on the greatness of the ~favor itself. This debt does not 48 2, 76 | an ~obligation, but as a favor, which is not to be appreciated 49 2, 82 | Lord, if ~I have found favor in thy sight," etc. The 50 2, 83 | by such sacrifices God's favor is obtained." Now ~it belongs 51 2, 84 | Douay: 'sacrifices'] God's favor is ~obtained. Much more 52 2, 84 | should pronounce in thy favor, such is the force of justice ~ 53 2, 84 | lest the Church seem to favor sin if she accept ~oblations 54 2, 84 | the Lord for a special ~favor conferred on that people, 55 2, 84 | recognition of the divine favor, as though man acknowledged ~ 56 2, 84 | was for a sign of a ~past favor, whence arises the duty 57 2, 84 | only on ~account of the favor of the promised land given 58 2, 84 | also on ~account of the favor of the fruits of the earth, 59 2, 84 | to ~the Jews by a special favor, so by a general favor He 60 2, 84 | special favor, so by a general favor He bestowed the ~lordship 61 2, 98 | bestowal of a temporary favor is directed to some kind 62 2, 98 | that pertains to ~human favor, which has its price, or 63 2, 98 | a request whereby man's favor is ~obtained or the contrary 64 2, 98 | the person, but to human favor. If, ~however, a person 65 2, 104 | measured according to the favor ~received or the disposition 66 2, 104 | Further, acknowledgment of favor received is requisite for 67 2, 104 | received some particular favor, it follows that after religion, 68 2, 104 | Further, the more a gratuitous favor is continuous, the greater ~ 69 2, 104 | thanksgiving due for it. Now the favor of divine grace is more ~ 70 2, 104 | recipient ~corresponds to the favor [gratia] of the giver: so 71 2, 104 | that when there is ~greater favor on the part of the giver, 72 2, 104 | of the recipient. Now a favor is something bestowed "gratis": ~ 73 2, 104 | the part of the giver the favor may be greater on two ~counts. 74 2, 104 | being equal. Secondly, a favor may be said to be greater, 75 2, 104 | to him to be repaid for a favor he ~has bestowed. Again 76 2, 104 | Also the recipient of a favor may be a poor man, and is 77 2, 104 | happens that repayment of a favor ~would be hurtful or useless 78 2, 104 | that ~he who has received a favor should, by repaying the 79 2, 104 | should, by repaying the favor, turn to his ~benefactor 80 2, 104 | so too, no man confers a favor on himself, ~he is but following 81 2, 104 | someone has conferred a favor, not as he ought to ~have 82 2, 104 | less thanks, than if the favor had been conferred ~duly, 83 2, 104 | duly, since in fact the favor is less, for, as Seneca 84 2, 104 | enhances, delay discounts a favor."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[106] 85 2, 104 | is bound to do, it is a favor: for as soon as he ~does 86 2, 104 | Benef. ~ii): "Who receives a favor gratefully, has already 87 2, 104 | whom you have ~received no favor; how much more so to desire 88 2, 104 | preceding reply, repayment of a favor ~depends chiefly on the 89 2, 104 | man is bound to repay a favor at once?~Aquin.: SMT SS 90 2, 104 | man is bound to repay a favor at once. For we are ~bound 91 2, 104 | man is bound to repay a ~favor at once.~Aquin.: SMT SS 92 2, 104 | praiseworthy to repay a favor at once.~Aquin.: SMT SS 93 2, 104 | repayment ought to equal the ~favor received. Therefore it should 94 2, 104 | Just as in conferring a favor two things are to be ~considered, 95 2, 104 | considered in repaying the favor. As regards the ~affection 96 2, 104 | Do you wish to repay a favor? Receive it ~graciously." 97 2, 104 | wished to repay at once, favor for favor, it would ~not 98 2, 104 | repay at once, favor for favor, it would ~not seem to be 99 2, 104 | is impossible to repay a ~favor according to the benefactor' 100 2, 104 | and ~has bestowed a small favor, yet willingly."~Aquin.: 101 2, 104 | that, The repayment of a favor may belong to three virtues, ~ 102 2, 104 | other hand, repayment of a favor belongs, though in different ~ 103 2, 104 | usefulness ~accruing from the favor conferred, and in the friendship 104 2, 104 | since gratitude regards the favor inasmuch as it ~is bestowed 105 2, 104 | again that repayment of a favor depends more on the disposition ~ 106 2, 104 | gratitude should surpass the favor received?~Aquin.: SMT SS 107 2, 104 | gratitude to ~surpass the favor received. For it is not 108 2, 104 | Therefore ~gratitude for a favor does not tend to something 109 2, 104 | he has received ~by his favor, by that very fact he gives 110 2, 104 | owes him repayment for the favor which in his turn ~the former 111 2, 104 | that first conferred a ~favor will be bound to a yet greater 112 2, 104 | gratitude should not surpass the favor received.~Aquin.: SMT SS 113 2, 104 | to repay more than the favor received is sinful and opposed 114 2, 104 | gratitude regards the favor ~received according the 115 2, 104 | for having conferred the favor gratis ~without being bound 116 2, 104 | exceeds the quantity of the favor ~received: because so long 117 2, 105 | he who does not repay a favor is ungrateful." But ~sometimes 118 2, 105 | is impossible to repay a favor without sinning, for instance ~ 119 2, 105 | OBJ 1: Gratitude regards a favor received: and he that helps ~ 120 2, 105 | commit a sin does him not a favor but an injury: and so no ~ 121 2, 105 | 2/2~Forgetfulness of a favor received amounts to ingratitude, 122 2, 105 | these is to recognize the ~favor received, the second to 123 2, 105 | the third to repay the favor at a suitable place and 124 2, 105 | when a man fails to repay a favor, the second when he ~declines 125 2, 105 | indicate that he has received a favor, while the ~third and supreme 126 2, 105 | recognize the reception ~of a favor, whether by forgetting it 127 2, 105 | second to ~find fault with a favor received, and to the third 128 2, 105 | formal ~ingratitude is when a favor is actually contemned, and 129 2, 105 | giver and the ~receiver of a favor there is this law, that 130 2, 105 | failing to recognize the favor received, or to express 131 2, 105 | man ~after conferring a favor should forget about it, 132 2, 105 | He that is unaware of a favor conferred on him is not ~ 133 2, 105 | times that the object of a ~favor should remain in ignorance 134 2, 105 | whom he is conferring the ~favor.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[107] A[ 135 2, 105 | ungrateful in receiving a favor is given an occasion of ~ 136 2, 105 | ungrateful when he receives a ~favor sins against the favor. 137 2, 105 | favor sins against the favor. Therefore he should be 138 2, 105 | should be deprived of the ~favor.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[107] A[ 139 2, 105 | deserves to be deprived of our favor. The second is, what ~ought 140 2, 105 | OBJ 2: He that bestows a favor on an ungrateful person 141 2, 105 | OBJ 3: He that bestows a favor must not at once act the 142 2, 106 | bestowal of a ~particular favor, belongs to the virtue of 143 2, 112 | some debt arising out of a favor received. For it regards 144 2, 117 | expense in ~order to curry favor with certain persons from 145 2, 120 | man ~who is grateful for a favor deserves, with a certain 146 2, 120 | certain congruity, that the ~favor should be continued to him, 147 2, 120 | who is ungrateful for a favor ~deserves to lose it. Now 148 2, 120 | lose it. Now we owe the favor of bodily life to our parents ~ 149 2, 120 | he is grateful for that favor: while he that honors ~not 150 2, 120 | he is ungrateful ~for the favor. However, present goods 151 2, 127 | repay them with yet ~greater favor; this belongs to the perfection 152 2, 145 | especially if custom be in his favor, or if it be difficult for 153 2, 148 | nothing gains the devil's ~favor so much as drunkenness and 154 2, 148 | are said to find greatest favor with the devil, not for ~ 155 2, 162 | fault, be deprived of a ~favor bestowed on him the privation 156 2, 162 | him the privation of that favor is a punishment of ~that 157 2, 162 | A[1], God ~bestowed this favor on man, in his primitive 158 2, 162 | He conferred on him the favor of being exempt ~from the 159 2, 162 | from such a matter: which favor, however, ~was withdrawn 160 2, 162 | of the loss of the Divine favor preserving man from death [* 161 2, 162 | together with the Divine favor ~preserving them from death. 162 2, 162 | being deprived of that favor in their posterity, incurred 163 2, 162 | withdrawal of the Divine ~favor whereby the rectitude and 164 2, 162 | were deprived of the Divine favor, whereby the ~integrity 165 2, 162 | the withdrawal ~of this favor human nature incurred penal 166 2, 162 | bereft of the aforesaid ~favor: and this as regards both 167 2, 163 | angels. And by a special favor of grace, ~it was granted 168 2, 175 | indeed with a view to his own favor, but in order to draw ~them 169 2, 186 | by such sacrifices God's favor is obtained." And ~since 170 2, 186 | of one's superior and in favor of one's monastery, as ~ 171 3, 27 | she wished to do them ~a favor, and raise herself in their 172 3, 36 | because they wished to court favor with ~Herod, whom they feared; 173 3, 36 | populace is inclined to favor too much ~those whose cruelty 174 3, 36 | star. For this seems to favor the error of those ~who 175 3, 39 | might say to one asking ~a favor for another: "Behold, I 176 3, 39 | another: "Behold, I grant this favor, not to him, but to ~thee" - 177 3, 40 | to teach us to avoid the favor of men. Wherefore Chrysostom, ~ 178 3, 52 | into hell, and granted this favor to them who were ~suffering 179 3, 55 | law, ~others by special favor of grace, as things divinely 180 3, 64 | by such sacrifices God's favor is ~obtained." But the wicked 181 3, 83 | sacrifice accomplished ~may find favor with God, when he says: " 182 3, 85 | a man gives thanks for a favor received, so also is there 183 3, 88 | forgiven, as ~it is a greater favor for the sin to be forgiven 184 3, 88 | after receiving a greater favor. Now innocence whereby one 185 3, 88 | avoids sin is ~a Divine favor, for Augustine says (Confess. 186 3, 88 | doing something against the ~favor received, and, in this way, 187 3, 88 | something not only against the favor itself, but also against 188 3, 88 | against the form of ~the favor received. If this form be 189 3, 88 | penitent who receives this favor, we find on his part a twofold ~ 190 3, 88 | directly opposed to the ~favor of the forgiveness of sin.~ 191 3, 88 | sins do, in so far as the favor conferred ~by God in forgiving 192 3, 88 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: A favor can be weighed in two ways. 193 3, 88 | by the quantity ~of the favor itself, and in this way 194 3, 88 | way innocence is a greater favor from ~God than penance, 195 3, 88 | 84], A[6]). Secondly, a favor may be weighed with regard 196 3, 88 | worthy, wherefore a greater favor is bestowed on ~him, so 197 3, 88 | scorns it. In this way the ~favor of the pardon of sins is 198 3, 88 | Because the greatness of the favor of the ~pardon of sins is 199 3, 88 | ingratitude whereby this ~favor is scorned. But the greatness 200 3, 88 | equal to the measure of ~the favor received, which latter is 201 3, 88 | in respect of ~the same favor, one man is very ungrateful, 202 3, 88 | intensity of his scorn for the favor received, or on account 203 3, 88 | equal to the measure of the favor ~received: for supposing 204 3, 88 | an equal contempt of the favor, or an equal ~offense against 205 3, 88 | much the ~greater, as the favor received is greater.~Aquin.: 206 3, 88 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The favor of the pardon of sins takes 207 3, 88 | from the measure of the ~favor bestowed, but from the measure 208 3, 88 | contempt of God and of the ~favor received from Him, that 209 3, 89 | more a more "gratuitous" favor is vouchsafed by his pardon; ~ 210 Suppl, 6 | because ~the Church does not favor delay, but forbids the neglect 211 Suppl, 23| Moreover exception is made ~in favor of certain people whose 212 Suppl, 23| crime, by counsel, help or favor, in which case again he 213 Suppl, 24| excommunication is a spiritual favor. Therefore it cannot ~be 214 Suppl, 41| him, ~avails himself of a favor received. But a man does 215 Suppl, 41| not merit by receiving ~a favor. Therefore the marriage 216 Suppl, 52| have as much reason ~in its favor as the decision of the time-honored 217 Suppl, 62| unfaithful party and in favor of the ~faithful party, 218 Suppl, 62| which is done in a person's favor does him no ~prejudice. 219 Suppl, 62| divorce has been granted in favor of the ~husband, it does 220 Suppl, 64| universal Church. Hence in favor of the business for which 221 Suppl, 67| If . . . she find not favor ~in his eyes, for some uncleanness," 222 Suppl, 67| If . . . she find not favor in his eyes," ~which would 223 Suppl, 68| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: A favor may be bestowed on a person 224 Suppl, 71| is declared to have found favor with God by burying the 225 Suppl, 72| he will more easily find favor with them. But God is ~infinitely 226 Suppl, 87| human nature, since it is by favor of that same nature's Redemption ~ 227 Suppl, 95| which is granted as a great favor to the saints in ~this life 228 Suppl, 95| was granted as a great ~favor to Paul to see the life


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