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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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best

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1 1, 2 | which is truest, something ~best, something noblest and, 2 1, 2 | way, so as to obtain the best result. Hence it is plain 3 1, 3 | Now the first good and the best - viz. God - is not a ~participated 4 1, 3 | 2: Further, whatever is best must be attributed to God. 5 1, 4 | Leucippus, did not predicate ~"best" and "most perfect" of the 6 1, 25 | makes everything of the best. He ~cannot therefore make 7 1, 25 | what is very good and the best of all cannot be ~bettered; 8 1, 25 | nothing is better than the best. But as Augustine says ~( 9 1, 47 | For ~it belongs to the best to produce the best. But 10 1, 47 | the best to produce the best. But among things that are ~ 11 1, 47 | But among things that are ~best, one is not greater than 12 1, 47 | belongs to God, Who ~is the Best, to make all things equal.~ 13 1, 47 | OBJ 1: It is part of the best agent to produce an effect 14 1, 47 | produce an effect which is ~best in its entirety; but this 15 1, 47 | every part of ~the whole the best absolutely, but in proportion 16 1, 47 | made the universe to be best as a whole, according to 17 1, 47 | make each single creature best, but one ~better than another. 18 1, 47 | Further, nature does what is best and much more does God. 19 1, 47 | material ~order. But the best in this sense is not the 20 1, 48 | God makes always what is best, much more ~than nature 21 1, 48 | other agent make what is best in the ~whole, but not what 22 1, 48 | whole, but not what is best in every single part, except 23 1, 49 | considered in relation to what is best. ~Therefore evil and worse 24 1, 62 | life he can behold the ~best intelligible object; and 25 1, 64 | desire what is good and best, which ~is, to be, to live, 26 1, 76 | among animals, ~man has the best sense of touch. And among 27 1, 76 | men, those who have the best ~sense of touch have the 28 1, 76 | sense of touch have the best intelligence. A sign of 29 1, 77 | who can by few remedies; best of ~all is he who has perfect 30 1, 48 | For ~it belongs to the best to produce the best. But 31 1, 48 | the best to produce the best. But among things that are ~ 32 1, 48 | But among things that are ~best, one is not greater than 33 1, 48 | belongs to God, Who ~is the Best, to make all things equal.~ 34 1, 48 | OBJ 1: It is part of the best agent to produce an effect 35 1, 48 | produce an effect which is ~best in its entirety; but this 36 1, 48 | every part of ~the whole the best absolutely, but in proportion 37 1, 48 | made the universe to be best as a whole, according to 38 1, 48 | make each single creature best, but one ~better than another. 39 1, 48 | Further, nature does what is best and much more does God. 40 1, 48 | material ~order. But the best in this sense is not the 41 1, 49 | God makes always what is best, much more ~than nature 42 1, 49 | other agent make what is best in the ~whole, but not what 43 1, 49 | whole, but not what is best in every single part, except 44 1, 50 | considered in relation to what is best. ~Therefore evil and worse 45 1, 63 | life he can behold the ~best intelligible object; and 46 1, 65 | desire what is good and best, which ~is, to be, to live, 47 1, 75 | among animals, ~man has the best sense of touch. And among 48 1, 75 | men, those who have the best ~sense of touch have the 49 1, 75 | sense of touch have the best intelligence. A sign of 50 1, 76 | who can by few remedies; best of ~all is he who has perfect 51 1, 88 | always ordered to what is best, and since it is ~better 52 1, 90 | his body ought to be the best disposed in what is proper 53 1, 90 | to give to ~his work the best disposition; not absolutely 54 1, 90 | disposition; not absolutely the best, but the best as ~regards 55 1, 90 | absolutely the best, but the best as ~regards the proposed 56 1, 90 | each natural ~being the best disposition; not absolutely 57 1, 90 | that disposition which was best, as most suited to such 58 1, 92 | to that ~in which he can best imitate God in his intellectual 59 1, 94 | he would have done his best to remedy it. ~This is in 60 1, 102 | or nearly ~always for the best; which would not be the 61 1, 102 | For as "it belongs to the best to produce the best," it 62 1, 102 | the best to produce the best," it is not ~fitting that 63 1, 102 | of the world ~must be the best kind of government. Now 64 1, 102 | kind of government. Now the best government is the ~government 65 1, 102 | of the world, being the best form of government, must 66 1, 102 | individuals acted upon; as the best physician is not the one 67 1, 107 | they are ~ordered for the best. But the best ordering of 68 1, 107 | ordered for the best. But the best ordering of a multitude 69 1, 107 | inasmuch as a multitude is best ruled by one ruler, as the ~ 70 2, 1 | sweet is absolutely the best of ~all pleasant things, 71 2, 1 | in which he who has the best taste takes most ~pleasure. 72 2, 2 | consists in that which is best. ~Therefore it consists 73 2, 2 | that what all desire ~is best. But all desire delight; 74 2, 2 | Therefore delight is the best of all. Therefore ~happiness, 75 2, 3 | each ~man's self, which is best in him," according to Ethic. 76 2, 7 | circumscribed by place, are best ~known to us. And hence 77 2, 14 | be done most easily and best; but if it can be ~accomplished 78 2, 28 | when he endeavors, to the ~best of his means, to repel whatever 79 2, 35 | movements the voice is the best ~expression of the inward 80 2, 39 | worst ~is contrary to the best" (Ethic. viii, 10). But 81 2, 49 | dispositions of the perfect to the best; and by perfect I mean that ~ 82 2, 55 | perfect thing to that which is best." Now the ~best thing to 83 2, 55 | which is best." Now the ~best thing to which man needs 84 2, 56 | disposes to that ~which is best: for the best is the end, 85 2, 56 | which is best: for the best is the end, which is either 86 2, 60 | habit ~whereby we do what is best in matters of pleasure or 87 2, 62 | thing to that which is best: and by perfect, I mean 88 2, 63 | is a ~mockery even in the best behaved people." Now faith 89 2, 64 | extreme in reference to the ~'best' and the 'excellent,'" viz. 90 2, 66 | thing to that ~which is best," as stated in Phys. vii, 91 2, 71 | perfect thing to that which is best; and by perfect I mean that 92 2, 73 | worst is ~opposed to the best." Now in morals the best 93 2, 73 | best." Now in morals the best is the greatest virtue; 94 2, 95 | see at once what ~is the best thing to decide.~Aquin.: 95 2, 95 | state decides on what is best for itself.~Aquin.: SMT 96 2, 95 | i.e. government ~by the best men or men of highest rank; 97 2, 95 | these, and which is the ~best: and in this respect we 98 2, 102 | Since ~therefore whatever is best should be offered to God, 99 2, 102 | offered to God but what is best.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[101] A[ 100 2, 105 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, "The best gives of the best," as Plato 101 2, 105 | The best gives of the best," as Plato states (Tim. 102 2, 105 | states (Tim. ii). ~Now the best ordering of a state or of 103 2, 105 | Further, as a kingdom is the best form of government, so is ~ 104 2, 105 | signifies government by the best, where the power of ~government 105 2, 105 | a few. Accordingly, the best form of government ~is in 106 2, 105 | by all. For this is the best ~form of polity, being partly 107 2, 105 | OBJ 2: A kingdom is the best form of government of the 108 2, 109 | Highest Good, is due the best love, ~which is that He 109 2, 109 | capable of giving God the best love, which is His due; 110 2, 109 | OBJ 3: Love is said to be best, both with respect to degree 111 2, 111 | Further, what is proper to the best is nobler than what is common ~ 112 2, 11 | that ~school which he deems best." But choice is an act of 113 2, 14 | x, 4,5) that we all do best that which we take ~pleasure 114 2, 22 | perfect thing to that which is best": and in this way no true 115 2, 24 | goods, indeed they do their best to ~obtain them, and they 116 2, 26 | Now the love of God is the best thing in ~man, according 117 2, 32 | 1/1~On the contrary, The best is opposite to the worst, 118 2, 32 | love ~of God, wherein man's best consists. Therefore hatred 119 2, 32 | Further, worst is opposed to best. Now the best thing we give 120 2, 32 | opposed to best. Now the best thing we give our ~neighbor 121 2, 41 | virtuous act ~except the best of all, is a scandal.~Aquin.: 122 2, 45 | good, and this is not the best thing of all. ~And so it 123 2, 48 | OBJ 2: A kingdom is the best of all governments, as stated 124 2, 56 | things, it ~is not about the best, for it is only useful in 125 2, 58 | should be interpreted for the best?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[60] A[ 126 2, 58 | not be interpreted for the best. ~Because we should judge 127 2, 58 | worst rather than for the best.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[60] A[ 128 2, 58 | doubtful point ~for the best, turns to one side. Therefore 129 2, 58 | should be interpreted in the best ~sense."~Aquin.: SMT SS 130 2, 58 | by ~interpreting for the best whatever is doubtful about 131 2, 58 | doubtful matters for the best, may happen ~to be deceived 132 2, 58 | for the worst or for the best ~in two ways. First, by 133 2, 58 | interpret something for the best or for the worst, by ~deciding 134 2, 58 | interpret things for the best as stated above.~Aquin.: 135 2, 81 | exhorts us to do what is best."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[83] A[ 136 2, 86 | he must endeavor to the best of his power to be received ~ 137 2, 89 | says (Ethic. 1,12): "The best of men ere accorded not 138 2, 89 | God transcends the very best of all things. ~Therefore 139 2, 92 | worst ~is opposed to the best (Ethic. viii, 10). But interior 140 2, 93 | fix the ~banner, we had best stand here': and on hearing 141 2, 96 | man sins by doing what is best. Yet sometimes by ~committing 142 2, 96 | perjury one does what is best: as when a man swears not 143 2, 96 | when he does that which is best it is not an act of perjury, 144 2, 101 | honor is given even to the best, which is ~not referred 145 2, 101 | that "honor is due ~to the best."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[103] 146 2, 115 | virtuous, he will make the best use of that matter: ~Therefore 147 2, 115 | regard to money will make the best ~use of riches." Now such 148 2, 115 | to be greatest is to be best." Now the nature ~of goodness 149 2, 127 | when it consists in the best use of the greatest thing.~ 150 2, 127 | offered to God and to the best; and ~again because, in 151 2, 142 | Lack of shame occurs in the best and in the worst men ~through 152 2, 153 | that matter ~wherein it is best for man to be curbed: so, 153 2, 153 | that matter wherein it is best and most difficult to ~contain 154 2, 154 | because he retains ~the best principle [*{To beltiston, 155 2, 154 | beltiston, e arche}, 'the best thing, i.e. the ~principle']," 156 2, 164 | seeks to know how he may best sustain his body. Accordingly 157 2, 166 | second, he adds: "This is the best way ~to order our behavior, 158 2, 170 | bestowed on any but the best." Now it is evident that 159 2, 170 | vouchsafed only ~to the best men.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[172] 160 2, 170 | those who are simply ~the best, but sometimes are vouchsafed 161 2, 170 | vouchsafed to those who are best as regards ~the receiving 162 2, 170 | to those whom He judges best to give it to.~Aquin.: SMT 163 2, 174 | the divine power is the best of its kind: thus our Lord 164 2, 178 | Mary hath chosen the best ~part, which shall not be 165 2, 180 | Mary hath chosen the best ~part, which shall not be 166 2, 180 | according to that which is best in him, namely the intellect, ~ 167 2, 180 | Mary hath chosen ~the best part, which shall not be 168 2, 182 | not fulfilling it in the best way, but it is enough to 169 2, 183 | bound to take one who is best simply, i.e. according to 170 2, 183 | charity, but ~one who is best for governing the Church, 171 2, 184 | acquired the habit ~we are best able to perform the actions. 172 2, 186 | said (Lk. 10:42) that the "best part" was ~Mary's, by whom 173 2, 187 | Abbot Nesteros says: "It is best for each one that he should, 174 3, 1 | essence of goodness, ~it was best for Him to be as He had 175 3, 4 | genus what is of itself is best. Therefore the Son of ~God 176 3, 5 | 3: Further, whatever is best is to be attributed to God. 177 3, 5 | bodies a heavenly body is the best. Therefore it behooved Christ 178 3, 5 | Theophilus: "Just as ~the best workmen are esteemed not 179 3, 5 | of their craft; so the ~best of all workmen, the Word 180 3, 7 | written (James 1:17): "Every best gift and every ~perfect 181 3, 9 | 4): "He ~indeed is the best who knows everything by 182 3, 18 | unable to judge which is the best ~simply. Now this did not 183 3, 18 | His reason He judged ~it best that the Divine will regarding 184 3, 25 | Church sings:~"Dear Cross, best hope o'er all beside,~That 185 3, 39 | 3: Further, whatever is best in human things should be 186 3, 39 | according to ~James 1:17: "Every best gift and every perfect gift 187 3, 40 | evidence of that which is best. But ~at times Christ avoided 188 3, 57 | Reply OBJ 1: That which is best and possesses its good without 189 3, 69 | indeed at times it does its best to resist. Therefore it 190 3, 70 | according as he thought best. ~But about the time of 191 Suppl, 37| the Church should be the best of all. ~Therefore in the 192 Suppl, 64| should endeavor to do his best that his wife may remain 193 Suppl, 66| meaning is the same, and is best rendered as above.]~Aquin.: 194 Suppl, 71| does, he should do it as best he can. Now ~it is better 195 Suppl, 71| whose ~works are by nature best adapted to assist the dead, 196 Suppl, 92| bridegroom, i.e. Christ: "Every best gift and every ~perfect 197 Suppl, 95| desire the good ~and the best, namely to be, to live,


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