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Author Thomas, Aquinas, Saint, 1225?-1274, author.

Title Questions on love and charity : Summa theologiae, Secunda Secundae, Questions 23-46 / Thomas Aquinas ; edited, translated, and with an introduction by Robert Miner with essays by Jeffrey A. Bernstein ... and others
Published New Haven ; London : Yale University Press, 2016

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Contents Machine generated contents note: Article 1. Whether charity is friendship. / Robert Miner -- Article 2. Whether charity is something created in the soul. / Robert Miner -- Article 3. Whether charity is a virtue. / Robert Miner -- Article 4. Whether charity is a special virtue. / Robert Miner -- Article 5. Whether charity is one virtue. / Robert Miner -- Article 6. Whether charity is the most excellent of the virtues. / Robert Miner -- Article 7. Whether there can be any true virtue without charity. / Robert Miner -- Article 8. Whether charity is the form of the virtues. / Robert Miner -- Article 1. Whether the will is the subject of charity. / Robert Miner -- Article 2. Whether charity is caused in us by infusion. / Robert Miner -- Article 3. Whether charity is infused according to the quantity of natural things. / Robert Miner -- Article 4. Whether charity can be increased. / Robert Miner -- Article 5. Whether charity is increased by addition. / Robert Miner -- Article 6. Whether charity is increased by any particular act of charity. / Robert Miner -- Article 7. Whether charity is increased to infinity. / Robert Miner -- Article 8. Whether charity can be completed in this life. / Robert Miner -- Article 9. Whether three steps of charity are appropriately distinguished. / Robert Miner -- Article 10. Whether charity can be decreased. / Robert Miner -- Article 11. Whether charity once possessed can be lost. / Robert Miner -- Article 12. Whether charity is lost by a single act of mortal sin. / Robert Miner -- Article 1. Whether the love of charity stops at God, or also extends to our neighbor. / Robert Miner -- Article 2. Whether charity should be loved out of charity. / Robert Miner -- Article 3. Whether even irrational creatures should be loved out of charity. / Robert Miner -- Article 4. Whether a person loves himself out of charity. / Robert Miner -- Article 5. Whether a person should love his own body out of charity. / Robert Miner -- Article 6. Whether sinners should be loved out of charity. / Robert Miner -- Article 7. Whether sinners love themselves. / Robert Miner -- Article 8. Whether it is necessary for charity that enemies are loved. / Robert Miner -- Article 9. Whether it is necessary for charity that a person show the signs or effects of love to his enemy. / Robert Miner -- Article 10. Whether we should love the angels out of charity. / Robert Miner -- Article 11. Whether we should love the demons out of charity. / Robert Miner -- Article 12. Whether the four things that should be loved out of charity are inappropriately enumerated. / Robert Miner -- Article 1. Whether there is an order in charity. / Robert Miner -- Article 2. Whether God should be loved more than one's neighbor. / Robert Miner -- Article 3. Whether a person should out of charity love God more than himself. / Robert Miner -- Article 4. Whether a person should out of charity love himself more than his neighbor. / Robert Miner -- Article 5. Whether a person should love his neighbor more than his own body. / Robert Miner -- Article 6. Whether one neighbor should be loved more than another. / Robert Miner -- Article 7. Whether we should love our better neighbors more than our closely connected ones. / Robert Miner -- Article 8. Whether one who is connected to us by carnal origin should be loved most of all. / Robert Miner -- Article 9. Whether out of charity a person should love his child more than his father. / Robert Miner -- Article 10. Whether a person should love his mother more than his father. / Robert Miner -- Article 11. Whether a man should love his wife more than his father or mother. / Robert Miner -- Article 12. Whether a person should love his benefactor more than his beneficiary. / Robert Miner -- Article 13. Whether the order of charity remains in the homeland. / Robert Miner -- Article 1. What is more proper to charity, being loved or loving. / Robert Miner -- Article 2. Whether loving, so far as it is charity's act, is nothing other than goodwill. / Robert Miner -- Article 3. Whether God is loved out of charity on account of himself. / Robert Miner -- Article 4. Whether in this life God can be loved without mediation. / Robert Miner -- Article 5. Whether God can be loved wholly. / Robert Miner -- Article 6. Whether in divine love some measure should be observed. / Robert Miner -- Article 7. Whether loving an enemy is more meritorious than loving a friend. / Robert Miner -- Article 8. Whether loving our neighbor is more meritorious than loving God. / Robert Miner -- Article 1. Whether joy is an effect of charity in us. / Robert Miner -- Article 2. Whether the spiritual joy that is caused by charity receives an admixture of sorrow. / Robert Miner -- Article 3. Whether the spiritual joy that is caused by charity can be full in us. / Robert Miner -- Article 4. Whether joy is a virtue. / Robert Miner -- Article 1. Whether peace is the same as concord. / Robert Miner -- Article 2. Whether all things desire peace. / Robert Miner -- Article 3. Whether peace is a proper effect of charity. / Robert Miner -- Article 4. Whether peace is a virtue. / Robert Miner -- Article 1. Whether an evil is properly the motive of mercy. / Robert Miner -- Article 2. Whether a defect on the part of the one who is merciful is the reason for being merciful. / Robert Miner -- Article 3. Whether mercy is a virtue. / Robert Miner -- Article 4. Whether mercy is the greatest of the virtues. / Robert Miner -- Article 1. Whether doing good is an act of charity. / Robert Miner -- Article 2. Whether good should be done to everyone. / Robert Miner -- Article 3. Whether more good should be done to those who are more connected to us. / Robert Miner -- Article 4. Whether doing good is a special virtue. / Robert Miner -- Article 1. Whether anyone can hate God. / Robert Miner -- Article 2. Whether hatred of God is the greatest of sins. / Robert Miner -- Article 3. Whether all hatred of one's neighbor is a sin. / Robert Miner -- Article 4. Whether hatred of one's neighbor is the gravest of the sins that are committed against one's neighbor. / Robert Miner -- Article 5. Whether hatred is a capital vice. / Robert Miner -- Article 6. Whether hatred arises from envy. / Robert Miner -- Article 1. Whether acedia is a sin. / Robert Miner -- Article 2. Whether acedia is a special vice. / Robert Miner -- Article 3. Whether acedia is a mortal sin. / Robert Miner -- Article 4. Whether acedia should be set down as a capital vice. / Robert Miner -- Article 1. Whether envy is sorrow. / Robert Miner -- Article 2. Whether envy is a sin. / Robert Miner -- Article 3. Whether envy is a mortal sin. / Robert Miner -- Article 4. Whether envy is a capital vice. / Robert Miner -- Article 1. Whether discord is a sin. / Robert Miner -- Article 2. Whether discord is the daughter of vainglory. / Robert Miner -- Article 1. Whether contention is a mortal sin. / Robert Miner -- Article 2. Whether contention is the daughter of vainglory. / Robert Miner -- Article 1. Whether schism is a special sin. / Robert Miner -- Article 2. Whether schism is a graver sin than faithlessness. / Robert Miner -- Article 3. Whether schismatics have any power. / Robert Miner -- Article 4. Whether it is appropriate to punish schismatics by excommunication. / Robert Miner -- Article 1. Whether to make war is always a sin. / Robert Miner -- Article 2. Whether it is lawful for clerics and bishops to fight. / Robert Miner -- Article 3. Whether in wars it is lawful to lay ambushes. / Robert Miner -- Article 4. Whether it is lawful to make war on feast days. / Robert Miner -- Article 1. Whether quarreling is always a sin. / Robert Miner -- Article 2
Whether quarreling is the daughter of anger. / Robert Miner -- Article 1. Whether sedition is a special sin, distinct from other sins. / Robert Miner -- Article 2. Whether sedition is always a mortal sin. / Robert Miner -- Article 1. Whether scandal is inappropriately defined as "something said or done less rightly, bringing an occasion of ruin." / Robert Miner -- Article 2. Whether scandal is a sin. / Robert Miner -- Article 3. Whether scandal is a special sin. / Robert Miner -- Article 4. Whether scandal is a mortal sin. / Robert Miner -- Article 5. Whether passive scandal can fall upon even those who are perfect. / Robert Miner -- Article 6. Whether active scandal can be found in perfect men. / Robert Miner -- Article 7. Whether spiritual goods should be given up on account of scandal. / Robert Miner -- Article 8. Whether temporal things should be given up on account of scandal. / Robert Miner -- Article 1. Whether a precept should be given about charity. / Robert Miner -- Article 2. Whether two precepts should have been given. / Robert Miner -- Article 3. Whether two precepts of charity suffice. / Robert Miner -- Article 4. Whether it is appropriately commanded that God should be loved with one's whole heart. / Robert Miner -- Article 5. Whether it is appropriately added "and with your whole soul and with your whole strength," etc. / Robert Miner -- Article 6. Whether this precept about the love of God can be kept in via. / Robert Miner -- Article 7. Whether the precept about the love of one's neighbor is given appropriately. / Robert Miner -- Article 8. Whether the order of charity falls under a precept. / Robert Miner -- Article 1. Whether wisdom should be counted among the gifts of the Holy Spirit. / Robert Miner -- Article 2. Whether wisdom is in the intellect, as in its subject. / Robert Miner -- Article 3. Whether wisdom is only speculative, or also practical. / Robert Miner
Note continued: Article 4. Whether wisdom can be without grace, and with mortal sin. / Robert Miner -- Article 5. Whether wisdom is in everyone who has grace. / Robert Miner -- Article 6. Whether the Seventh Beatitude corresponds to the gift of wisdom. / Robert Miner -- Article 1. Whether folly is opposed to wisdom. / Robert Miner -- Article 2. Whether folly is a sin. / Robert Miner -- Article 3. Whether folly is the daughter of lust. / Robert Miner -- Some Paradoxes in Teaching Charity / Robert Miner -- Disagreeing in Charity: Learning from Thomas Aquinas / Mark D. Jordan -- Is Charity the Holy Spirit? The Development of Aquinas's Disagreement with Peter Lombard / Robert Miner -- Righteousness and Divine Love: Maimonides and Thomas on Charity / Dominic Doyle -- Grace-Perfected Nature: The Interior Effect of Charity in Joy, Peace, and Mercy / Jeffrey A. Bernstein
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SUBJECT Thomas, Aquinas, Saint, 1225?-1274. Summa theologica. http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/n83010644
Summa theologica (Thomas, Aquinas, Saint) fast (OCoLC)fst01357563
Subject Ethics, Medieval.
RELIGION -- Christian Theology -- Ethics.
Ethics, Medieval.
Form Electronic book
Author Miner, Robert, editor, translator
ISBN 9780300220568
0300220561