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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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liberality

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1 1, 21 | expending; such as justice, liberality, and magnificence; and these ~ 2 1, 21 | but also to His justice, ~liberality, and mercy; yet under different 3 1, 21 | goodness, it belongs to liberality; in so far as ~perfections 4 1, 48 | species from a good habit, as liberality from ~illiberality. Therefore 5 1, 49 | species from a good habit, as liberality from ~illiberality. Therefore 6 1, 107 | grace which depends on the liberality of God, and not on the order ~ 7 2, 18 | habit differ in species, as ~liberality and prodigality. Therefore 8 2, 60 | pleasure, or love, there is ~"liberality": but if we consider this 9 2, 60 | magnanimity." Wherefore liberality and ~"philotimia" seem to 10 2, 60 | fortitude, temperance, liberality, ~magnificence, magnanimity, " 11 2, 64 | the most perfect mercy ~or liberality. Therefore it seems that 12 2, 65 | prompt ~in doing deeds of liberality, but are not prompt in doing 13 2, 65 | practice, a man has acquired liberality in small gifts and ~expenditure, 14 2, 66 | Now the ~former belongs to liberality, the latter to justice. 15 2, 66 | latter to justice. Therefore liberality ~is apparently a greater 16 2, 66 | Reply OBJ 1: The act of liberality needs to be founded on an 17 2, 66 | Hence there could be no liberality apart from justice, ~which 18 2, 66 | justice can be without ~liberality. Hence justice is simply 19 2, 66 | justice is simply greater than liberality, as being ~more universal, 20 2, 66 | being its foundation: while liberality is greater ~relatively since 21 2, 67 | may retain the habit of liberality, though he have lost his 22 2, 67 | reasonable for the ~habit of liberality to remain. But in the state 23 2, 84 | opposed to the ~virtue of liberality. But liberality is not the 24 2, 84 | virtue of liberality. But liberality is not the root of all virtues. ~ 25 2, 99 | temperance, fortitude, ~liberality, and several others, as 26 2, 100 | pertaining to religion, liberality, mercy, ~and chastity; so 27 2, 114 | Further, God's mercy and liberality infinitely surpass human ~ 28 2, 114 | surpass human ~mercy and liberality. Now a man may merit from 29 2, 29 | gifts. But this ~belongs to liberality. Therefore beneficence is 30 2, 29 | beneficence is an act of liberality and ~not of charity.~Aquin.: 31 2, 29 | of riches. It belongs to liberality to moderate ~this inward 32 2, 30 | good purpose is an act of liberality. Now this is especially 33 2, 30 | 4: Almsgiving belongs to liberality, in so far as liberality ~ 34 2, 30 | liberality, in so far as liberality ~removes an obstacle to 35 2, 30 | It is with commendable liberality that you forget ~not your 36 2, 56 | in external things, while liberality hinders it ~as resulting 37 2, 56 | we ~may call kindness or liberality, belongs to justice." Now 38 2, 56 | justice." Now it pertains to ~liberality to give to another of one' 39 2, 56 | virtues, such as mercy, liberality and the like are connected 40 2, 56 | beneficent, which ~pertains to liberality, are by a kind of reduction 41 2, 56 | his, whereas it belongs to liberality to give of one's own, and 42 2, 56 | more virtuous. Therefore liberality is a greater virtue than 43 2, 56 | observed towards all, whereas ~liberality cannot extend to all. Again 44 2, 56 | cannot extend to all. Again liberality which gives of a man's ~ 45 2, 59 | act, not of justice but of liberality. A voluntary ~transfer belongs 46 2, 61 | other giving belongs to liberality, when one ~gives gratis 47 2, 78 | annexed to justice viz. "liberality, kindliness, revenge, ~commonsense, [*{ 48 2, 78 | due ~is the concern of "liberality," "affability" or "friendship," 49 2, 78 | voluntary beneficence." "Liberality" would seem ~to pertain 50 2, 79 | truth, (7) friendship, (8) ~liberality, (9) {epieikeia}. Of the 51 2, 81 | things on us out of His liberality, even ~without our asking 52 2, 83 | belongs to charity, mercy and liberality to do good and to impart. ~ 53 2, 105 | illiberality is more ~opposed to liberality than prodigality is. Now 54 2, 110 | is opposed to justice or ~liberality. Therefore boasting is not 55 2, 115 | 117] Out. Para. 1/2 - OF LIBERALITY (SIX ARTICLES)~We must now 56 2, 115 | ARTICLES)~We must now consider liberality and the opposite vices, 57 2, 115 | Out. Para. 2/2~Concerning liberality there are six points of 58 2, 115 | of inquiry:~(1) Whether liberality is a virtue?~(2) What is 59 2, 115 | than to take?~(5) Whether liberality is a part of justice?~(6) 60 2, 115 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether liberality is a virtue?~Aquin.: SMT 61 2, 115 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that liberality is not a virtue. For no 62 2, 115 | lesser things." Therefore liberality is ~not a virtue.~Aquin.: 63 2, 115 | connected with one another. But ~liberality does not seem to be connected 64 2, 115 | virtuous otherwise. ~Therefore liberality is not a virtue.~Aquin.: 65 2, 115 | instances in which a just liberality is inculcated." Now in the ~ 66 2, 115 | pertain to virtue. Therefore ~liberality is a virtue.~Aquin.: SMT 67 2, 115 | Wherefore since it belongs to liberality to use these things well, 68 2, 115 | things well, it ~follows that liberality is a virtue.~Aquin.: SMT 69 2, 115 | i): "It is a commendable liberality not to neglect your ~relatives 70 2, 115 | be commended, nor is your liberality genuine if you ~give for 71 2, 115 | without having the habit of liberality: even as men perform works 72 2, 115 | Philosopher says (Ethic. iv, 1): "Liberality is proportionate ~to a man' 73 2, 115 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether liberality is about money?~Aquin.: 74 2, 115 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that liberality is not about money. For 75 2, 115 | v, 1. Therefore, since ~liberality is a moral virtue, it seems 76 2, 115 | Polit. i, 5,6). Therefore liberality is not ~chiefly about money.~ 77 2, 115 | they are not the matter ~of liberality.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[117] A[ 78 2, 115 | says (Ethic. iv, 1) that "liberality ~seems to be a mean in the 79 2, 115 | part with things. Hence liberality is also called ~open-handedness [ 80 2, 115 | parts of them. The term "liberality" seems also to allude to ~ 81 2, 115 | Therefore the proper matter of liberality is ~money.~Aquin.: SMT SS 82 2, 115 | stated above (A[1], ad 3), liberality depends not on the ~quantity 83 2, 115 | the immediate matter of liberality, while ~exterior money is 84 2, 115 | in one way the matter of liberality, and in ~another way of 85 2, 115 | using money is the act of liberality?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[117] A[ 86 2, 115 | money is not the act of liberality. For ~different virtues 87 2, 115 | is not the ~proper act of liberality.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[117] A[ 88 2, 115 | assigned as the proper act of liberality.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[117] A[ 89 2, 115 | consequently is not an act of liberality: for Seneca says (De Benef. 90 2, 115 | use of ~money belongs to liberality.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[117] A[ 91 2, 115 | of ~money is the act of liberality.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[117] A[ 92 2, 115 | the object or matter of liberality is money ~and whatever has 93 2, 115 | it follows ~that, since liberality is a virtue, its act is 94 2, 115 | Hence the proper act of liberality is making use ~of money 95 2, 115 | Reply OBJ 1: It belongs to liberality to make good use of riches 96 2, 115 | are the proper matter of liberality. On the other ~hand it belongs 97 2, 115 | magnificence stands in relation to liberality as ~something in addition 98 2, 115 | Thus, too, it belongs to liberality not only to use money, but 99 2, 115 | the proximate matter of liberality. Hence ~it belongs to liberality 100 2, 115 | liberality. Hence ~it belongs to liberality before all that a man should 101 2, 115 | gifts. Hence it belongs to liberality ~that one be not hindered 102 2, 115 | suitable gifts. Therefore ~liberality is concerned with giving 103 2, 115 | saying of Seneca refers to liberality as ~regards giving: for 104 2, 115 | man chiefly to ~give. For liberality, like all other moral virtues, 105 2, 115 | they have not the virtue of liberality. Sometimes, however, ~this 106 2, 115 | removes the impediment to liberality, so that it ~makes them 107 2, 115 | using it up by acting with ~liberality; as does likewise the love 108 2, 115 | Article, it belongs to ~liberality to make fitting use of money, 109 2, 115 | and ~passion. Hence, since liberality is a principle of giving, 110 2, 115 | certain ~things according as liberality requires; such are the fruits 111 2, 115 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether liberality is a part of justice?~Aquin.: 112 2, 115 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that liberality is not a part of justice. 113 2, 115 | is it given. Therefore liberality is not a part of justice, 114 2, 115 | Q[60], AA[2],3): whereas liberality is chiefly about the love 115 2, 115 | are passions. Therefore liberality seems to belong ~to temperance 116 2, 115 | Further, it belongs chiefly to liberality to give becomingly, as ~ 117 2, 115 | QQ[30],31). Therefore ~liberality is a part of charity rather 118 2, 115 | beneficence, also called liberality or ~kind-heartedness." Therefore 119 2, 115 | kind-heartedness." Therefore liberality pertains to justice.~Aquin.: 120 2, 115 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Liberality is not a species of justice, 121 2, 115 | another what is his whereas liberality gives another what is one' 122 2, 115 | ad ~3). Hence it is that liberality is reckoned by some to be 123 2, 115 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Although liberality does no consider the legal 124 2, 115 | rather to the soul. Hence liberality does not properly pertain 125 2, 115 | friendship. But the giving of ~liberality arises from a person being 126 2, 115 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether liberality is the greatest of the virtues?~ 127 2, 115 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that liberality is the greatest of the virtues. 128 2, 115 | man is ~likened chiefly by liberality to God, "Who giveth to all 129 2, 115 | James 1:5). Therefore liberality is the greatest of ~the 130 2, 115 | seems to pertain mostly to liberality, since "the good is ~self-communicative," 131 2, 115 | justice reclines to severity, liberality to ~goodness." Therefore 132 2, 115 | to ~goodness." Therefore liberality is the greatest of virtues.~ 133 2, 115 | most beloved." Therefore liberality is the greatest of ~virtues.~ 134 2, 115 | be ~more excellent than liberality, although liberality is 135 2, 115 | than liberality, although liberality is more pleasing." ~The 136 2, 115 | towards the greater good. Now liberality tends ~towards a good in 137 2, 115 | body, takes precedence of liberality: and so do ~fortitude and 138 2, 115 | external ~things. Again, liberality is ordained to a good consequently, 139 2, 115 | remains to be said that ~liberality is not the greatest of virtues.~ 140 2, 115 | virtues, rather than to ~liberality. ~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[117] 141 2, 115 | better than money ~which liberality gives forth.~Aquin.: SMT 142 2, 116 | 1/2 - VICES OPPOSED TO LIBERALITY (QQ[118]-122)~OF THE VICES 143 2, 116 | OF THE VICES OPPOSED TO LIBERALITY, AND IN THE FIRST PLACE, 144 2, 116 | consider the vices opposed to liberality: and (1) ~covetousness; ( 145 2, 116 | covetousness is opposed to liberality?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[118] A[ 146 2, 116 | covetousness is not opposed to liberality. For ~Chrysostom, commenting 147 2, 116 | covetousness is not opposed to liberality.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[118] A[ 148 2, 116 | opposed to justice and not to ~liberality.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[118] A[ 149 2, 116 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, liberality is a virtue that observes 150 2, 116 | covetousness is not opposed to ~liberality.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[118] A[ 151 2, 116 | inordinately are opposed to liberality, which observes the mean 152 2, 116 | covetousness is opposed to liberality.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[118] A[ 153 2, 116 | covetousness is opposed to liberality, ~which moderates these 154 2, 116 | another's property. But ~liberality appoints the measure of 155 2, 116 | covetousness as opposed to liberality has the vice ~of prodigality 156 2, 116 | may be take as opposed to liberality: in ~which sense it denotes 157 2, 116 | covetousness is opposed to liberality as the mean, and to prodigality 158 2, 116 | extreme. But neither is liberality a principal virtue, nor 159 2, 116 | virtue. Wherefore, although liberality is not a principal ~virtue, 160 2, 116 | covetousness is opposed to ~liberality, as stated above (A[3]). 161 2, 116 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: Just as liberality is about moderate sums of 162 2, 117 | covetousness, as ~opposed to liberality, relates to certain passions 163 2, 117 | than to covetousness and liberality.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[119] A[ 164 2, 117 | prodigality is opposed to liberality, and illiberality, to which 165 2, 117 | principally. Now just as in liberality, which observes the mean, 166 2, 117 | prodigal exceeds, belongs to liberality more than receiving or ~ 167 2, 121 | of contrary ~evils: thus liberality, which moderates the love 168 2, 121 | profitable to others." Now liberality ~seems to be more useful 169 2, 121 | 5 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: Liberality is useful in conferring 170 2, 126 | magnificence seems to pertain to liberality; since both are concerned ~ 171 2, 126 | observes (Ethic. iv, 2). But liberality is a part of justice, ~as 172 2, 126 | Magnificence in the matter of liberality adds a certain ~greatness: 173 2, 127 | little sums of money, namely ~liberality, and another about large 174 2, 127 | readily" (which is an act of liberality), that "he is truthful" ( 175 2, 132 | the mean, for it exceeds ~liberality in greatness. Now "great" 176 2, 132 | about the same matter. But ~liberality is about expenditure, as 177 2, 132 | liberal" (Ethic. iv, 2). But ~liberality is about gifts rather than 178 2, 132 | magnificence ~does not extend, like liberality, to all transactions in 179 2, 132 | ones, wherein it exceeds liberality in scale." Therefore it ~ 180 2, 132 | money and its use; ~namely, liberality, which regards the use of 181 2, 132 | love of money, belongs to liberality. But the ~use of money regards 182 2, 132 | magnificence agrees in matter with liberality, as stated above (A[3]). ~ 183 2, 132 | stated above (A[3]). ~But liberality is a part, not of fortitude, 184 2, 132 | aspect of something due: but liberality and magnificence regard ~ 185 2, 132 | in ~different ways. For liberality regards expenditure in reference 186 2, 150 | special virtue distinct from liberality, ~which is about all uses 187 2, 150 | chastity as magnificence to liberality.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[152] A[ 188 2, 150 | magnificence is reckoned above liberality.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[152] A[ 189 2, 155 | which is restrained by ~liberality; so that liberality concurs 190 2, 155 | by ~liberality; so that liberality concurs with justice towards 191 2, 158 | is need in addition for ~liberality, which is concerned with 192 2, 183 | It is ~a commendable liberality if you overlook not your 193 2, 185 | that which is given out of liberality becomes the property of 194 3, 7 | is clear in the case of liberality and magnificence, for ~these 195 3, 7 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Liberality and magnificence are praiseworthy 196 3, 7 | showed the highest kind of liberality and magnificence; although 197 3, 7 | also ~performed the act of liberality, as far as it became Him, 198 3, 7 | virtues, e.g. temperance and liberality. Now ~these were in Christ, 199 Suppl, 7 | expenditure and gifts belongs to liberality, as ~appears from Ethic. 200 Suppl, 19| minister cannot void the liberality of ~his lord. But the priest 201 Suppl, 71| petition from the mere liberality of the one he prays. Accordingly 202 Suppl, 71| of prayer depends on the ~liberality of God Whom we pray, it 203 Suppl, 71| bounds of justice, for it is ~liberality. Now a person cannot be 204 Suppl, 72| a prayer depends on the liberality of the ~person supplicated. 205 Suppl, 72| prayer sometimes, through the liberality of the ~person supplicated,


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