Summa Theologiae: Volume 41, Virtues of Justice in the Human Community: 2a2ae. 101-122

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Cambridge University Press, 26 paź 2006 - 368
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The Summa Theologiae ranks among the greatest documents of the Christian Church, and is a landmark of medieval western thought. It provides the framework for Catholic studies in systematic theology and for a classical Christian philosophy, and is regularly consulted by scholars of all faiths and none, across a range of academic disciplines. This paperback reissue of the classic Latin/English edition first published by the English Dominicans in the 1960s and 1970s, in the wake of the Second Vatican Council, has been undertaken in response to regular requests from readers and librarians around the world for the entire series of 61 volumes to be made available again. The original text is unchanged, except for the correction of a small number of typographical errors.

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whether piety is directed towards certain people
3
DISOBEDIENCE
75
THANKS OR GRATITUDE
83
Article 2 whether the duty to thank God is more pressing
85
Article 4 whether a person need return a kindness without
93
Article 6 whether anyone in repaying should give something
99
Ios Article 2 whether it is a special kind of
109
VENGEANCE
115
Article 2 whether it is a sin more serious than flattery
217
LIBERALITY 221 Article 1 whether liberality is a virtue
221
Article 2 whether it is concerned with money
225
Article 3 whether the act of liberality is the use of money
227
Article 4 whether giving is above all characteristic of the generous
229
Article 5 whether liberality is a part of justice
233
Article 6 whether it is the highest virtue of
235
AVARICE 241 Article 1 whether avarice is sinful
241

Article 2 whether it is one specific virtue
121
TRUTH
133
Article 3 whether it is a part of justice
139
statement
147
Article 3 whether every lie is sinful
155
Article 4 whether every lie is a mortal
163
DECEPTION AND HYPOCRISY
169
Article 3 whether hypocrisy is against the virtue of truth
175
Article 4 whether it is always a mortal
179
Article 1 whether boasting is against truthfulness 189 Article 2 whether it is a mortal
185
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189
FALSE MODESTY 193 Article 1 whether mock modesty is sinful
193
Article 2 whether it is less sinful than boasting
195
FRIENDLINESS 199 Article 1 whether friendliness is a specific virtue
199
Article 2 whether it is a part of justice
203
FLATTERY 207 Article 1 whether flattery is a
207
Article 2 whether it is a mortal
209
QUARRELLING 215 Article 1 whether quarrelling is against friendliness or affability
215
Article 2 whether it is a specific
245
Article 3 whether it is against liberality
247
Article 4 whether it is always a mortal
249
Article 5 whether it is the worst
253
Article 6 whether it is a spiritual
257
Article 7 whether it is a capital vice
259
Article 8 whether those usually listed are the daughters of avarice
261
Article 1 whether prodigality is the opposite of avarice
267
Article 3 whether it is a sin more serious than avarice
273
Article 2 whether it is a part of justice
279
THE GIFT OF PIETY
285
PRECEPTS ABOUT JUSTICE
291
Article 3 and the second precept of the Decalogue
297
Article 5 and the fourth
309
Glossary
324
Index
331
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