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circumscriptively 8
circumspection 14
circumspectly 1
circumstance 211
circumstanced 2
circumstances 259
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212 really
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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circumstance

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1 1, 22 | them it appears a chance circumstance, has been fully foreseen 2 1, 94 | another sense it is taken as a circumstance of virtue; signifying a ~ 3 2, 5 | this life can be lost, a ~circumstance that appears to be contrary 4 2, 6 | may be ignorant of ~some circumstance of his act, which he was 5 2, 6 | do, if he knew of that ~circumstance; for instance, a man, after 6 2, 7 | of inquiry:~(1) What is a circumstance?~(2) Whether a theologian 7 2, 7 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether a circumstance is an accident of a human 8 2, 7 | 1: It would seem that a circumstance is not an accident of a 9 2, 7 | Invent. Rhetor. i) that a circumstance is that ~from "which an 10 2, 7 | his arguments. Therefore a circumstance is not an accident of a 11 2, 7 | hence it is that the word "circumstance" has passed from ~located 12 2, 7 | in Ethic. iii, 1. For a circumstance of an act is described as 13 2, 7 | substance. Therefore no ~circumstance should be taken from the 14 2, 7 | which Tully includes in the circumstance ~"what."~Aquin.: SMT FS 15 2, 7 | down as follows. For a ~circumstance is described as something 16 2, 7 | the final cause, by the circumstance "why"; as to the material 17 2, 7 | cause, or ~object, in the circumstance "about what"; as to the 18 2, 7 | efficient ~cause, in the circumstance "who"; and as to the instrumental 19 2, 7 | efficient ~cause, in the circumstance "by what aids."~Aquin.: 20 2, 7 | well" or "ill" is not a circumstance, but ~results from all the 21 2, 7 | of the act is a special circumstance; for instance, that a man ~ 22 2, 7 | the act ~depends, is not a circumstance; it must be an additional 23 2, 7 | the object, it is not a circumstance of theft that the ~object 24 2, 7 | specifies the act is not a circumstance, but some additional ~end. 25 2, 7 | virtue or fortitude, is not a circumstance; but if he act valiantly ~ 26 2, 7 | said with regard to the circumstance ~"what"; for that a man 27 2, 7 | happen to wash ~him, is not a circumstance of the washing; but that 28 2, 7 | not the most important circumstance.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[7] A[4] 29 2, 7 | the end. Therefore that circumstance is the most important of 30 2, 7 | part of the end, viz. the circumstance ~"why": and the second in 31 2, 7 | substance of the act, viz. the circumstance "what he did." As to the ~ 32 2, 18 | Whether it is derived from a circumstance?~(4) Whether it is derived 33 2, 18 | indifferent?~(10) Whether a circumstance places a moral action in 34 2, 18 | evil?~(11) Whether every circumstance that makes an action better 35 2, 18 | action is good or evil from a circumstance?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[18] A[ 36 2, 18 | not good or evil from a ~circumstance. For circumstances stand 37 2, 18 | goodness or malice from a circumstance.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[18] A[ 38 2, 18 | action is not taken from a ~circumstance.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[18] A[ 39 2, 18 | is not good or bad from a circumstance.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[18] A[ 40 2, 18 | that is requisite as a due circumstance ~the action will be evil.~ 41 2, 18 | to be good or bad from a ~circumstance, as stated above (A[3]). 42 2, 18 | above (A[3]). But since a circumstance is an ~accident, it does 43 2, 18 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: A circumstance is sometimes taken as the 44 2, 18 | must needs be so whenever a circumstance transforms ~an action from 45 2, 18 | from good to evil; for a circumstance would not make an action ~ 46 2, 18 | action must needs have some circumstance that makes it good or bad, 47 2, 18 | through its end or through a circumstance. Secondly, specific ~indifference 48 2, 18 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether a circumstance places a moral action in 49 2, 18 | 1: It would seem that a circumstance cannot place a moral action 50 2, 18 | the species. Therefore a circumstance does not constitute a species 51 2, 18 | circumstances. Therefore a circumstance does not place a moral ~ 52 2, 18 | the contrary, Place is a circumstance. But place makes a moral 53 2, 18 | a sacrilege. Therefore a circumstance makes a moral action to 54 2, 18 | one ~action, is taken as a circumstance added to the object that 55 2, 18 | this will be an additional circumstance. But since the reason ~can 56 2, 18 | first of all considered as a circumstance, is considered here as the ~ 57 2, 18 | in this way, whenever a circumstance has a special relation to 58 2, 18 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: A circumstance, in so far as it specifies 59 2, 18 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: A circumstance, so long as it is but a 60 2, 18 | so long as it is but a circumstance, does ~not specify an action, 61 2, 18 | Reply OBJ 3: It is not every circumstance that places the moral action ~ 62 2, 18 | or evil; since not every circumstance implies ~accord or disaccord 63 2, 18 | Para. 1/1~Whether every circumstance that makes an action better 64 2, 18 | It would seem that every circumstance relating to good or evil, ~ 65 2, 18 | species. Therefore every circumstance that makes an action ~better 66 2, 18 | Further, an additional circumstance either has in itself the ~ 67 2, 18 | or evil. Therefore every circumstance that ~makes an action better 68 2, 18 | single defect." Now every circumstance that increases malice, has ~ 69 2, 18 | defect. Therefore every such circumstance adds a new species of ~sin. 70 2, 18 | for the same reason, every circumstance that increases goodness, ~ 71 2, 18 | But more and ~less is a circumstance of additional goodness or 72 2, 18 | malice. Therefore not ~every circumstance that makes a moral action 73 2, 18 | stated above (A[10]), a circumstance gives the species ~of good 74 2, 18 | happens sometimes that a circumstance does not ~regard a special 75 2, 18 | supposition of another previous circumstance, from which the moral ~action 76 2, 18 | Consequently not every circumstance that makes a moral action ~ 77 2, 18 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: A circumstance that aggravates a sin, or 78 2, 18 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: A circumstance does not always involve 79 2, 18 | else. In ~like manner a circumstance does not always add further 80 2, 19 | ways. First, so that this circumstance is referred to ~the thing 81 2, 19 | good. Secondly, so that the circumstance is referred to ~the act 82 2, 19 | will, in ~so far as the circumstance affects the thing willed: 83 2, 19 | arise from ignorance of some circumstance, and ~without any negligence, 84 2, 19 | arises from ignorance of a circumstance, which ignorance excuses, 85 2, 64 | particular virtue as to one circumstance, while the same thing is 86 2, 72 | from the corruption of each circumstance there ~results a corresponding 87 2, 72 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: A circumstance never transfers an act from 88 2, 73 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether a circumstance aggravates a sin?~Aquin.: 89 2, 73 | 1: It would seem that a circumstance does not aggravate a sin. ~ 90 2, 73 | from its species. Now a circumstance does ~not specify a sin, 91 2, 73 | sin is not taken from a circumstance.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[73] A[ 92 2, 73 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, a circumstance is either evil or not: if 93 2, 73 | thing worse. Therefore a circumstance nowise aggravates a sin.~ 94 2, 73 | contrary, Ignorance of a circumstance diminishes sin: for he who ~ 95 2, 73 | sins through ignorance of a circumstance, deserves to be forgiven ( 96 2, 73 | not be the case unless a circumstance aggravated ~a sin. Therefore 97 2, 73 | aggravated ~a sin. Therefore a circumstance makes a sin more grievous.~ 98 2, 73 | caused by a defect in ~some circumstance: because the fact that a 99 2, 73 | First, in so far ~as a circumstance draws a sin from one kind 100 2, 73 | if to this ~be added the circumstance that the latter is the wife 101 2, 73 | fornication. Secondly, a circumstance aggravates a sin, not by ~ 102 2, 73 | the republic." Thirdly, a circumstance aggravates a sin by ~adding 103 2, 73 | sin derives from another circumstance: ~thus, taking another's 104 2, 73 | if to ~this be added the circumstance that much is taken of another' 105 2, 73 | A[10]). Nevertheless a circumstance which does not give the ~ 106 2, 73 | but also according to a circumstance.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[73] A[ 107 2, 73 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: A circumstance may aggravate a sin either 108 2, 73 | to the ~malice of another circumstance.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[73] A[ 109 2, 73 | but also as regards every circumstance. Therefore one may turn ~ 110 2, 73 | corruption of any single ~circumstance; for instance, by doing 111 2, 76 | reason, or of the particular ~circumstance, could cause an act of parricide. 112 2, 76 | that a person ~ignores some circumstance of a sin, the knowledge 113 2, 76 | the knowledge of which circumstance ~would prevent him from 114 2, 76 | his father, (which is a circumstance ~constituting another species 115 2, 77 | altogether, is ~ignorance of a circumstance, which a man is unable to 116 2, 88 | reason of an aggravating ~circumstance?~(6) Whether a mortal sin 117 2, 88 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether a circumstance can make a venial sin to 118 2, 88 | 1: It would seem that a circumstance can make a venial sin mortal. ~ 119 2, 88 | mortal sins. Therefore a ~circumstance makes a venial sin to be 120 2, 88 | sin. Now moroseness is a circumstance. Therefore a ~circumstance 121 2, 88 | circumstance. Therefore a ~circumstance makes a venial sin to be 122 2, 88 | generically evil. But a circumstance makes a good act ~to be 123 2, 88 | On the contrary, Since a circumstance is an accident, its quantity ~ 124 2, 88 | treating of circumstances, a circumstance, as such, is ~an accident 125 2, 88 | the moral act: and yet a circumstance may happen to be ~taken 126 2, 88 | it loses its ~nature of circumstance, and constitutes the species 127 2, 88 | This happens in sins when a circumstance adds the deformity of another ~ 128 2, 88 | another; and accordingly this ~circumstance constitutes a new species 129 2, 88 | however, impossible for a circumstance to make a venial sin ~become 130 2, 88 | Consequently it is evident that a circumstance cannot make a venial sin ~ 131 2, 88 | so long as it remains a circumstance, but only when it ~transfers 132 2, 88 | Length of time is not a circumstance that draws a sin to ~another 133 2, 88 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: A circumstance does not make a good act 134 2, 89 | the dignity of a person is circumstance that ~aggravates a sin, 135 2, 89 | like frivolities. ~Now the circumstance of the person does not make 136 2, 10 | it can be lessened by a circumstance, and conversely the sin 137 2, 10 | the ~Catholic can, by some circumstance, be aggravated.~Aquin.: 138 2, 12 | unbelief, but an aggravating circumstance thereof, according to 2 ~ 139 2, 12 | excuse oneself for sin is a circumstance that aggravates ~every sin, 140 2, 13 | a condition or general ~circumstance of sin, which can affect 141 2, 13 | final impenitence may be a circumstance of any kind of sin.~Aquin.: 142 2, 13 | be a special sin, but a circumstance of sin), but as ~denoting 143 2, 25 | place, time or any other ~circumstance, by a kind of chance, are 144 2, 29 | place, time or any other circumstance, by a kind of chance are 145 2, 29 | motives, as need or some other circumstance, for instance the ~common 146 2, 31 | virtue. If therefore such a ~circumstance be omitted from a virtuous 147 2, 31 | precept. If, however, the ~circumstance omitted from a virtuous 148 2, 41 | though it is an aggravating circumstance, does not seem ~to constitute 149 2, 41 | a special sin from ~the circumstance in question, but from the 150 2, 41 | that, on account of some ~circumstance, something is not a venial 151 2, 41 | be were it ~not for that circumstance: thus an idle word is a 152 2, 52 | solicitude, or some due ~circumstance be omitted.~Aquin.: SMT 153 2, 52 | this be either an act or a circumstance necessary for salvation, 154 2, 52 | the omission of an act or circumstance ~that is not necessary for 155 2, 60 | Whenever the omission of a circumstance is contrary to ~virtue that 156 2, 60 | contrary to ~virtue that circumstance must be looked upon as determinate, 157 2, 61 | is this person. And any circumstance that does not ~amount to 158 2, 61 | happen, however, that a circumstance of ~person makes a man worthy 159 2, 61 | consideration of the same circumstance of person will amount to ~ 160 2, 63 | indicating an ~aggravating circumstance: "Thy sons and thy daughters 161 2, 64 | indicating an aggravating ~circumstance of the sin of some (Is. 162 2, 64 | way secrecy is merely a circumstance of ~sin, and thus it diminishes 163 2, 64 | aggravated by some grave circumstance, as in the case of ~sacrilege 164 2, 69 | place, time, or ~any other circumstance, by a kind of chance are 165 2, 69 | he says, "or any other ~circumstance," because one ought to show 166 2, 75 | to the ~seller, but to a circumstance affecting the buyer. Now 167 2, 79 | worship, not as regards the circumstance of quantity, but as regards ~ 168 2, 79 | in respect of some other ~circumstance.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[81] A[ 169 2, 86 | this kind is not a proper circumstance of a vow.~Aquin.: SMT SS 170 2, 86 | unable to consider every ~circumstance.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[88] A[ 171 2, 87 | in itself or under the circumstance. In this case any bishop 172 2, 90 | only with regard to the circumstance called ~"how much," but 173 2, 94 | this matter of some ~vain circumstance (for instance that the casket 174 2, 108 | is unreasonable. For no circumstance causes a sin to ~be infinitely 175 2, 108 | another species. ~Now a circumstance of person does not transfer 176 2, 117 | accompanied by a laudable ~circumstance is less sinful. Now the 177 2, 117 | accompanied by a laudable circumstance, as in the case of those ~ 178 2, 117 | prodigality is accompanied by a ~circumstance that calls for blame, inasmuch 179 2, 126 | unto ~the end, may be a circumstance of every virtue, but it 180 2, 134 | Further, just as time is a circumstance of wrongs endured, so is ~ 181 2, 146 | according to diversity of circumstance. ~Now circumstances, being 182 2, 146 | 2: Further, as time is a circumstance, so is place. If then gluttony ~ 183 2, 147 | is sometimes owing to a circumstance ~on the part of the drinker, 184 2, 148 | Now assiduity denotes a circumstance which does not change ~the 185 2, 149 | therefrom, but as expressing a circumstance of ~chastity. Nevertheless 186 2, 152 | not observed. And since a circumstance, as such, ~does not specify 187 2, 156 | apparently ~pertains to the circumstance of time. Therefore it seems 188 2, 161 | of sin results from ~some circumstance of place, person, or time. 189 2, 161 | species rather than on a circumstance of that sin. Accordingly 190 2, 161 | This argument considers the circumstance of personal ~condition, 191 3, 88 | sometimes it is not, but a circumstance arising from all mortal 192 3, 88 | of the other sin, as a circumstance thereof. And, as Augustine 193 Suppl, 8 | in a priest, because the circumstance which is taken from ~the 194 Suppl, 10| unaware of some particular circumstance, for instance, if he had ~ 195 Suppl, 12| malice, or defect of ~a due circumstance, may be called an act of 196 Suppl, 41| differs in respect of one ~circumstance, namely intercourse with 197 Suppl, 49| not good, since one evil circumstance makes an action evil, ~whereas 198 Suppl, 49| evil, ~whereas one good circumstance does not make it good. Now 199 Suppl, 49| 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: One due circumstance does not suffice to make 200 Suppl, 51| Now ignorance about any circumstance takes away ~voluntariness ( 201 Suppl, 51| sin unless it refer to a circumstance the ~presence or absence 202 Suppl, 51| is not any ignorance of a circumstance that causes the ~involuntariness 203 Suppl, 55| through ~ignorance of a circumstance that a certain fact is deemed 204 Suppl, 59| temperance which observes the due circumstance in pleasure of ~touch; even 205 Suppl, 62| wife is an aggravating circumstance, nevertheless the sin is 206 Suppl, 62| more ~aggravated by this circumstance which draws the sin to another 207 Suppl, 64| 1/1~On the contrary, No circumstance aggravates infinitely. But 208 Suppl, 64| infinitely. But undue time ~is a circumstance. Therefore it does not aggravate 209 Suppl, 64| on a feast day is not a circumstance ~drawing a sin into another 210 Suppl, 65| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: A circumstance is the more effective in 211 Suppl, 93| person, place, or any other circumstance; which was not the case


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