ST 1-2

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Translated by: Fathers of the English Dominican Province
(Benziger Bros. edition, 1947)

 


Contents

The First Part of the Second Part

PROLOGUE

Since, as Damascene states (De Fide Orth. ii, 12), man is said to be made in God's image, in so far as the image implies "an intelligent being endowed with free-will and self-movement": now that we have treated of the exemplar, i.e. God, and of those things which came forth from the power of God in accordance with His will; it remains for us to treat of His image, i.e. man, inasmuch as he too is the principle of his actions, as having free-will and control of his actions.

TREATISE ON THE LAST END

Question

1. Of Man's Last End

2. Of Those Things in Which Man's Happiness Consists

3. What Is Happiness

4. Of Those Things That Are Required for Happiness

5. Of the Attainment of Happiness

TREATISE ON HUMAN ACTS: ACTS PECULIAR TO MAN

Question

6. Of the Voluntary and the Involuntary

7. Of the Circumstances of Human Acts

8. Of the Will, in Regard to What It Wills

9. Of That Which Moves the Will

10. Of the Manner in Which the Will Is Moved

11. Of Enjoyment, Which Is an Act of the Will

12. Of Intention

13. Of Choice, Which Is an Act of the Will with Regard to the Means

14. Of Counsel, Which Precedes Choice

15. Of Consent, Which Is an Act of the Will in Regard to the Means

16. Of Use, Which Is an Act of the Will in Regard to the Means

17. Of the Acts Commanded by the Will

18. Of the Good and Evil of Human Acts, in General

19. Of the Goodness and Malice of the Interior Act of the Will

20. Of Goodness and Malice in External Human Actions

21. Of the Consequences of Human Actions by Reason of Their Goodness and Malice

TREATISE ON THE PASSIONS

Question

22. Of the Subject of the Soul's Passions

23. How the Passions Differ from One Another

24. Of Good and Evil in the Passions of the Soul

25. Of the Order of the Passions to One Another

26. Of the Passions of the Soul in Particular: and First, of Love

27. Of the Cause of Love

28. Of the Effects of Love

29. Of Hatred

30. Of Concupiscence

31. Of Delight Considered in Itself

32. Of the Cause of Pleasure

33. Of the Effects of Pleasure

34. Of the Goodness and Malice of Pleasures

35. Of Pain or Sorrow, in Itself

36. Of the Causes of Sorrow or Pain

37. Of the Effects of Pain or Sorrow

38. Of the Remedies of Sorrow or Pain

39. Of the Goodness and Malice of Sorrow or Pain

40. Of the Irascible Passions, and First, of Hope and Despair

41. Of Fear, in Itself

42. Of the Object of Fear

43. Of the Cause of Fear

44. Of the Effects of Fear

45. Of Daring

46. Of Anger, in Itself

47. Of the Cause That Provokes Anger, and of the Remedies of Anger

48. Of the Effects of Anger

TREATISE ON HABITS

Question

49. Of Habits in General, As to Their Substance

50. Of the Subject of Habits

51. Of the Cause of Habits, As to Their Formation

52. Of the Increase of Habits

53. How Habits Are Corrupted or Diminished

54. Of the Distinction of Habits

TREATISE ON HABITS IN PARTICULAR GOOD HABITS (VIRTUES)

Question

55. Of the Virtues, As to Their Essence

56. Of the Subject of Virtue

57. Of the Intellectual Virtues

58. Of the Difference between Moral and Intellectual Virtues

59. Of Moral Virtue in Relation to the Passions

60. How the Moral Virtues Differ from One Another

61. Of the Cardinal Virtues

62. Of the Theological Virtues

63. Of the Cause of Virtues

64. Of the Mean of Virtue

65. Of the Connection of Virtues

66. Of Equality among the Virtues

67. Of the Duration of Virtues after This Life

68. Of the Gifts

69. Of the Beatitudes

70. Of the Fruits of the Holy Ghost

TREATISE ON HABITS IN PARTICULAR EVIL HABITS (VICES AND SINS)

Question

71. Of Vice and Sin Considered in Themselves

72. Of the Distinction of Sins

73. Of the Comparison of One Sin with Another

74. Of the Subject of Sin

75. Of the Causes of Sin, if General

76. Of the Causes of Sin, in Particular

77. Of the Cause of Sin, on the Part of the Sensitive Appetite

78. Of That Cause of Sin Which Is Malice

79. Of the External Causes of Sin

80. Of the Cause Of Sin, As Regards the Devil

81. Of the Cause of Sin, on the Part of Man

82. Of Original Sin, As to Its Essence

83. Of the Subject of Original Sin

84. Of the Cause of Sin, in Respect of One Sin Being the Cause Of Another

85. Of the Effects of Sin, and, First, of the Corruption of the Good of Nature

86. Of the Stain of Sin

87. Of the Debt of Punishment

88. Of Venial and Mortal Sin

89. Of Venial Sin in Itself

TREATISE ON LAW

Question

90. Of the Essence of Law

91. Of the Various Kinds of Law

92. Of the Effects of Law

93. Of the Eternal Law

94. Of the Natural Law

95. Of Human Law

96. Of the Power of Human Law

97. Of Change in Laws

98. Of the Old Law

99. Of the Precepts of the Old Law

100. Of the Moral Precepts of the Old Law

101. Of the Ceremonial Precepts in Themselves

102. Of the Causes of the Ceremonial Precepts

103. Of the Duration of the Ceremonial Precepts

104. Of the Judicial Precepts

105. Of the Reason for the Judicial Precepts

106. Of the Law of the Gospel, Called the New Law, Considered in Itself

107. Of the New Law As Compared with the Old

108. Of Those Things That Are Contained in the New Law

TREATISE ON GRACE

Question

109. Of the Necessity of Grace

110. Of the Grace of God As Regards Its Essence

111. Of the Division of Grace

112. Of the Cause of Grace

113. Of the Effects of Grace

114. Of Merit



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