New English Translation of St. Thomas Aquinas's Summa Theologiae (Summa Theologica)

by Alfred J. Freddoso
University of Notre Dame

Pars Prima-Secundae (Part 1-2)

Table of contents:  Part 1-2

Beatitude Q. 1:  Man's Ultimate End
Q.2:  The Things That Man’s Beatitude Lies In Q. 3:  What Beatitude Is
Q. 4:  What is Required for Beatitude Q. 5:  The Attainment of Beatitude    

Q. 6:  The Voluntary and the Involuntary
Q. 7:  The Circumstances of Human Acts
Q. 8:  The Objects of the Will
Q. 9:  What Moves the Will
Q. 10:  How the Will is Moved
Q. 11:  Enjoying as an Act of the Will
Q. 12:  Intending
Q. 13:  Choosing
Q. 14:  Deliberating or Taking Counsel, Which Precedes Choosing
Q. 15:  Consenting, Which is an Act of The Will concerning the Means to an End
Q. 16:  Using, Which is an Act of the Will concerning the Means to an End
Q. 17:  Acts Commanded by the Will
Q. 18:  The Goodness and Badness of Human Acts in General
Q. 19:  The Goodness and Badness of the Interior Act of the Willing
Q. 20:  The Goodness and Badness of the Exterior Act
Q. 21:  What Accrues to Human Acts by reason of their Goodness or Badness

Q. 22:  The Subject of the Passions of the Soul
Q. 23: The Differences among the Passions
Q. 24:  Goodness and Badness in the Passions of the Soul
Q. 25:  The Ordering of the Passions with respect to One Another
Q. 26: Love
Q. 27:  The Causes of Love
Q. 28:  The Effects of Love
Q. 29:  Hatred
Q. 30:  Concupiscence
Q. 31:  Pleasure in Itself
Q. 32:  The Causes of Pleasure
Q. 33:  The Effects of Pleasure
Q. 34:  The Goodness and Badness of Pleasures
Q. 35:  Pain or Sadness in Itself Q. 36:  The Causes of Pain or Sadness
Q. 37:  The Effects of Pain or Sadness
Q. 38:  The Remedies for Pain or Sadness
Q. 39:  The Goodness and Badness of Sadness or Pain
Q. 40:  Hope and Despair
Q. 41:  Fear in Itself Q. 42:  The Objects of Fear Q. 43:  The Causes of Fear Q. 44:  The Effects of Fear
Q. 45:  Audacity Q. 46:  Anger in Itself Q. 47:  The Causes of Anger, and its Remedies Q. 48:  The Effects of Anger

Habit Q. 49:  The Substance of Habits
Q. 50:  The Subject of Habits Q. 51:  The Causes of Habits
Q. 52:  The Growth of Habits Q. 53:  The Corruption and Diminution of Habits Q. 54:  The Distinctions among Habits  

Q. 55:  The Essence of Virtue
Q. 56: The Subject of Virtue
Q. 57:  The Distinctions among the Intellectual Virtues
Q. 58:  The Distinction between the Moral Virtues and the Intellectual Virtues
Q. 59: The Relation of the Moral Virtues to the Passions
Q. 60:  The Distinctions among the Moral Virtues
Q. 61:  The Cardinal Virtues
Q. 62:  The Theological Virtues
Q. 63:  The Cause of Virtue
Q. 64:  The Mean of the Virtues
Q. 65:  The Connectedness of the Virtues
Q. 66:  The Equality of the Virtues
Q. 67:  The Duration of the Virtues after this Life
Q. 68:  The Gifts of the Holy Spirit Q. 69:  The Beatitudes
Q. 70:  The Fruits of the Holy Spirit  

Sin and Vice
Q. 71:  Vices and Sins in Themselves
Q. 72: The Distinctions among Sins
Q. 73:  The Relation of Sins to One Another
Q. 74:  The Subject of Sins
Q. 75:  The Causes of Sins in General
Q. 76:  Ignorance as a Cause of Sin
Q. 77:  The Sentient Appetite as a Cause of Sin
Q. 78:  Malice as a Cause of Sin
Q. 79:  God as a Cause of Sin
Q. 80:  The Devil as a Cause of Sin Q. 81:  Man as a Cause of Sin: The Transmission of Original Sin
Q. 82:  The Essence of Original Sin
Q. 83:  The Subject of Original Sin
Q. 84:  One Sin as a Cause of Another Sin Q. 85:  The Corruption of the Good of the Nature as an Effect of Sin
Q. 86:  The Stain of Sin as an Effect of Sin
Q. 87:  Being Deserving of Punishment as an Effect of Sin
Q. 88:  Mortal Sin and Venial Sin
Q. 89:  Venial Sin in its own Right

Law  (available in paperback)
Q. 90:  The Essence of Law
Q. 91: The Different Kinds of Law
Q. 92:  The Effects of Law
Q. 93:  The Eternal Law
Q. 94:  The Natural Law
Q. 95:  Human Law
Q. 96:  The Force of Human Law
Q. 97:  Changes in Human Law
Q. 98:  The Old Law
Q. 99:  The Precepts of the Old Law
Q. 100:  The Moral Precepts of the Old Law
Q. 101:  The Ceremonial Precepts of the Old Law in Themselves
Q. 102:  The Reasons for the Ceremonial Precepts
Q. 103:  The Duration of the Ceremonial Precepts
Q. 104:  The Judicial Precepts of the Old Law
Q. 105:  The Reasons for the Judicial Precepts
Q. 106:  The Law of the Gospel, called the New Law, in Itself
Q. 107:  The Relation between the Old Law and the New Law
Q. 108:  The Contents of the New Law

Grace Q. 109:  The Necessity for Grace
Q.110:  The Essence of God's Grace Q. 111:  The Divisions of Grace
Q. 112:  The Cause of Grace Q. 113:  The Effects of Grace Q. 114:  Merit