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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 4 | Nom. ix), when Holy Writ declares ~that nothing is like God, 2 1, 19 | then, that God sometimes declares ~that a thing shall happen 3 1, 19 | is called permission. He declares his will by means of another 4 1, 33 | receives, as Basil also declares ~(Hom. xv De Fide); hence 5 1, 39 | eternal ~being," as Athanasius declares.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 6 1, 42 | the contrary, Athanasius declares that "all the three persons 7 1, 61 | Gregory the ~Theologian declares, He first of all devised 8 1, 64 | Sacred Scripture, which declares that demons and wicked men ~ 9 1, 39 | eternal ~being," as Athanasius declares.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 10 1, 42 | the contrary, Athanasius declares that "all the three persons 11 1, 62 | Gregory the ~Theologian declares, He first of all devised 12 1, 65 | Sacred Scripture, which declares that demons and wicked men ~ 13 1, 102 | by chance," as Augustine ~declares (QQ. 83, qu. 24).~Aquin.: 14 1, 111 | however, (Coel. Hier. xiv) declares that the multitude of ~angels 15 2, 3 | intellect, as the Apostle declares (1 Cor. 13). Therefore it 16 2, 4 | goods," as ~the Philosopher declares (Ethic. i, 7). But that 17 2, 5 | rational, as Dionysius declares (Div. Nom. iv, vi, vii) 18 2, 7 | like, from which also Tully declares that an orator should draw ~ 19 2, 18 | accidentally, as Dionysius ~declares (Div. Nom. iv). But every 20 2, 22 | appetite. For Dionysius declares (Div. Nom. ii) ~Hierotheus " 21 2, 23 | withdrawal," as Avicenna declares in his sixth book of Physics. 22 2, 30 | concupiscence, as the Philosopher ~declares (Rhet. i, 11). Therefore 23 2, 35 | sorrow, as the Philosopher ~declares (Ethic. vii, 14). Therefore 24 2, 35 | than evil, as Dionysius declares (Div. ~Nom. iv). But pleasure 25 2, 38 | mutual love, as Augustine declares ~(Confess. iv, 9). But a 26 2, 39 | the will, as ~Augustine declares (De Civ. Dei xiv, 6,15). 27 2, 41 | something future, as ~Damascene declares (De Fide Orth. ii, 12). 28 2, 42 | hope, as the Philosopher declares (Ethic. ix, 4): and the ~ 29 2, 46 | general ~passion, as Augustine declares (De Civ. Dei xiv, 7,9), 30 2, 53 | and, as ~the Philosopher declares (Ethic. i, 10), "virtue 31 2, 54 | difference, as the ~Philosopher declares (Topic. iv). Again, evil, 32 2, 58 | right reason," as Aristotle declares (Ethic. vi, 13).~Aquin.: 33 2, 59 | conformed to God, as ~Augustine declares (De Moribus Eccl. vi, xi, 34 2, 61 | as even the Philosopher declares in Ethic. x, 7, and as ~ 35 2, 61 | weal, as the Philosopher declares (Ethic. v, 1). For we must 36 2, 67 | Blessed desire, as Augustine declares (Gen. ~ad lit. xii, 35); 37 2, 72 | intending evil," as Dionysius declares (Div. Nom. iv). Now it is 38 2, 72 | species, as the Philosopher ~declares (Ethic. x, 4); and the same 39 2, 72 | out of two," as Porphyry ~declares [*Isagog.; cf. Arist. Metaph. 40 2, 73 | all sins, as ~Augustine declares (De Civ. Dei xiv, 28). Therefore 41 2, 73 | horse, as the ~Philosopher declares (Ethic. v, 11). Therefore 42 2, 74 | the serpent," as Augustine declares (De Trin. xii, 12,13). ~ 43 2, 75 | powerless," as Dionysius declares (Div. Nom. iv). ~The material 44 2, 79 | movement," as Augustine declares (De ~Trin. iii, 4,9). Therefore 45 2, 79 | First Being, as Dionysius declares (Div. ~Nom. v). Again every 46 2, 81 | of Adam, as ~the Apostle declares (Rm. 5:15, seqq). But the 47 2, 87 | virtue, as the ~Philosopher declares (Ethic. x, 9). Now sin does 48 2, 89 | innocence, as Augustine declares (De Civ. ~Dei xiv, 10). 49 2, 93 | this Word, as Augustine declares (De Trin. xv, 14). And ~ 50 2, 99 | rejection, as the Philosopher declares (Polit. ii, ~6).~Aquin.: 51 2, 100 | Pelagius, as Augustine ~declares (De Haeres. lxxxviii). Therefore 52 2, 101 | be ~manifest, as Isidore declares (Etym. v, 21). If therefore 53 2, 101 | opened out, as the Apostle declares (Heb. 9:8). Hence the external ~ 54 2, 102 | the gate," as the Apostle declares (Heb. 13:12). The ~scape-goat 55 2, 104 | the flesh," as the Apostle declares (Heb. 9:9,10). On the ~other 56 2, 105 | commandment, as Rabbi Moses ~declares (Doct. Perplex. iii), was 57 2, 105 | contrary, Divine Wisdom declares (Prov. 8:8): "All my words 58 2, 108 | influences. Moreover, He declares that we must observe His 59 2, 1 | intellect, as the Philosopher ~declares (Ethic. vi, 2). Now faith 60 2, 1 | Holy Writ, as Dionysius declares (Div. Nom. ii). Whatever 61 2, 1 | please ~God," as the Apostle declares (Heb. 11:6).~Aquin.: SMT 62 2, 17 | intellect and will, as Augustine declares (De ~Trin. xiv, 3,6). Now 63 2, 29 | nearest to Him, as Dionysius ~declares (Coel. Hier. vii). But the 64 2, 34 | the reason, as Augustine ~declares (De Trin. xii, 12) [*Cf. 65 2, 36 | account of anger, as Gregory declares (Moral. ~xxxi, 14). Therefore 66 2, 37 | corrupt doctrine, as Jerome ~declares in the passage quoted above ( 67 2, 43 | own actions, as Dionysius declares (Ep. ad Demophil.).~Aquin.: 68 2, 43 | order, as the Philosopher declares (Metaph. i, 2), wherefore ~ 69 2, 44 | Divine wisdom, as ~Gregory declares (Moral. x, 49). Sometimes 70 2, 45 | with reason, as Dionysius declares ~(Div. Nom. iv). Wherefore 71 2, 45 | OBJ 2: As the Philosopher declares (Polit. iii, 2), "it belongs 72 2, 45 | contrary, The Philosopher declares (Ethic. vi, 12) that "it 73 2, 47 | of virtue, as Augustine declares (De Lib. Arb. ii, ~19). 74 2, 49 | well), as the ~Philosopher declares (Ethic. vi, 9).~Aquin.: 75 2, 50 | through place, as ~Augustine declares (Gen. ad lit. viii, 20,22). 76 2, 51 | reason; hence the Philosopher declares (Ethic. vi, 9) that "one 77 2, 51 | On the contrary, Gregory declares (Moral. xxxi, 45) that the 78 2, 55 | justice, for ~the Philosopher declares (Ethic. v, 1) that "all 79 2, 55 | own body, as the Apostle declares (Eph. 5:28), ~is nevertheless 80 2, 56 | operations good, ~and, as Tully declares (De Officiis i, 7), good 81 2, 56 | concupiscible, as the ~Philosopher declares (Ethic. i, 13). Therefore 82 2, 56 | this sense the ~Philosopher declares (Ethic. v, 1) that "the 83 2, 57 | in the will, as Augustine declares (De Duabus Anim. x). ~Therefore 84 2, 57 | Further, the Philosopher declares (Ethic. v, 9) that they 85 2, 57 | habit, as the ~Philosopher declares (Ethic. v, 9).~Aquin.: SMT 86 2, 57 | burial, as the ~Philosopher declares (Ethic. v, 11). Therefore 87 2, 57 | law, even as the Apostle declares in respect of the fornicator ( 88 2, 57 | evils, as the Philosopher declares (Ethic. ~ii, 9). Therefore 89 2, 58 | are above us, as Hilary declares in his commentary on Mt. 90 2, 58 | happening, as the ~Philosopher declares (Ethic. v, 10). Therefore 91 2, 58 | nothing, no matter who ~declares what is just, and this is 92 2, 62 | the thing as Dionysius declares (Coel. Hier. iii). Hence 93 2, 62 | community, as the Philosopher declares (Ethic. v, 11). Thirdly, ~ 94 2, 66 | is absent, as Augustine declares (De Trin. x, 1). Therefore 95 2, 66 | the more that the canon ~declares that "no accusation in writing 96 2, 72 | friends," as the Philosopher declares (Ethic. viii, 1). Hence 97 2, 77 | De Correp. et Grat. i) declares that ~"declining from evil 98 2, 77 | good, as the ~Philosopher declares (Ethic. viii, 10). Now to 99 2, 78 | them, as the Philosopher declares (Ethic. viii, 14); and thus " 100 2, 81 | in anger," as Augustine declares (Tract. lxxiii ~in Joan.). 101 2, 86 | of the soul, as Augustine declares (De Sanct. ~Virg. viii). 102 2, 86 | prelate who in God's ~stead declares what is acceptable to God, 103 2, 87 | disputes, as the Apostle declares (Heb. 6:16). ~Therefore 104 2, 87 | Enarr. in Ps. lxiii, 7] declares]: "and if he swear in vain," ~ 105 2, 87 | His word, as the Apostle declares (Heb. 6:17).~ 106 2, 93 | in itself, as Augustine ~declares [*Enarr. ii in Ps. xxx, 107 2, 94 | superstition, as Augustine declares (De Doctr. Christ. ii, 23). ~ 108 2, 95 | First, ~openly, as when one declares oneself a tempter: thus 109 2, 98 | of ~the Holy Ghost a man declares, in a way, that he is the 110 2, 102 | the body, as the Apostle ~declares by saying of himself (Rm. 111 2, 104 | to his father, as Seneca declares (De Benef. iii). If, ~however, 112 2, 105 | our power, and yet Seneca ~declares (De Benef. iii) that "to 113 2, 105 | is ungrateful," as Seneca declares ~(De Benef. iv). Therefore 114 2, 107 | avoided," as ~the Philosopher declares (Ethic. iv, 7). Therefore 115 2, 108 | sin, ~as also Augustine declares (Contra Mend. i).~Aquin.: 116 2, 122 | salvation. Thus Augustine declares (De Adult. Conjug. xiii) ~ 117 2, 122 | hardships, as Augustine ~declares (Music. vi). Now there are 118 2, 139 | that, As the Philosopher declares (Ethic. i, 2) "the good 119 2, 143 | the eye, would, as Plato declares, arouse a wondrous love 120 2, 145 | people, which as Augustine declares (Ep. xxxvi) "is to be ~considered 121 2, 147 | aged man." Now the ~Apostle declares that old men especially 122 2, 151 | is possible, as Augustine declares (De Nup. et Concup. i, ~ 123 2, 152 | victory rare: and Isidore declares (De Summo ~Bono ii, 39) 124 2, 152 | Can. Tria. xxxvi, qu. 2] declares the contrary: "Three kinds 125 2, 154 | as also the Philosopher declares (Ethic. vii, 7).~Aquin.: 126 2, 155 | reason, as the Philosopher declares (Ethic. i, 13). Now this ~ 127 2, 155 | humble of heart"; and Hilary declares ~[*Comment. in Matth. iv, 128 2, 156 | contrary to charity, as Jerome declares in his ~commentary on Mt. 129 2, 170 | good ~spirits, as Augustine declares (Gen. ad lit. xii, 19): 130 2, 170 | spirit ~of untruth sometimes declares true things, sometimes false, 131 2, 171 | enlightened so ~as to know what he declares to others.~Aquin.: SMT SS 132 2, 172 | consulted, God Himself declares the truth by His messenger: 133 2, 172 | than before, as the Apostle declares (Eph. 3:5).~Aquin.: SMT 134 2, 177 | life by Martha, as Gregory declares (Moral. vi, 37 [*Hom. xiv 135 2, 178 | moral virtues": wherefore he declares (Ethic. x, ~8) that the 136 2, 178 | movement in the soul ~he also declares to be partly straight and 137 2, 178 | Reply OBJ 3: The Philosopher declares the contemplative life to 138 2, 181 | efforts, as the Apostle declares (Rm. 6:16): "To whom ~you 139 2, 182 | this if no ~commandment declares it to us?" And since that 140 2, 187 | a sacrifice, as Gregory declares (Hom. xx in ~Ezech.). Hence 141 3, 30 | the conception, ~the angel declares the possibility thereof." 142 3, 39 | that the ~Father's voice declares us to have become the adopted 143 3, 58 | likewise to angels: for, Paul declares it to be the prerogative 144 3, 61 | human ~race, as Augustine declares (Contra Faust. xix). But 145 3, 67 | of ~bishop, as Dionysius declares (Eccl. Hier. v, vi). Therefore 146 3, 77 | a subject," as Boethius declares (De Trin. i). Furthermore 147 3, 79 | come to glory, as Augustine declares ~(De Civ. Dei xxi). Consequently, 148 3, 80 | spiritually, as He Himself declares: 'He ~that eateth My flesh 149 3, 80 | of Chalon, Canon xlvii) declares that Communion should be ~ 150 3, 84 | priest in baptizing anyone, declares by ~deed and word that the 151 3, 84 | says: "I absolve ~thee," he declares the man to be absolved not 152 3, 84 | time, as the Philosopher declares (Ethic. ix, 4). ~Therefore 153 3, 84 | stated in Titus 3:5: and he declares ~the reason to be that by 154 3, 84 | sin; for this reason He declares Himself ~to be the physician 155 3, 87 | because, as the Apostle ~declares (Rm. 4:8), it is owing to 156 3, 88 | by grace, as the Apostle declares ~(Rm. 4:7) where he quotes 157 3, 89 | temporal reward: thus ~Gregory declares (Hom. de Divite et Lazaro, 158 Suppl, 2 | voluntariness, as the ~Philosopher declares (Ethic. iii, 1). Therefore 159 Suppl, 4 | good," even sins as a gloss declares ~[*Augustine, De Correp. 160 Suppl, 9 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: He who declares the sins which he has, speaks 161 Suppl, 18| priest of the New ~Testament declares the recipient to be absolved 162 Suppl, 21| signified in the verse which declares that those who are ~excommunicate 163 Suppl, 23| quae vi, metuve, ~etc.) declares that "not even through fear 164 Suppl, 24| because, as the ~Apostle declares (Heb. 6:16), controversies 165 Suppl, 25| punishment, as Hugh of St. Victor declares (Tract. vi Sum. Sent. [* 166 Suppl, 25| general, even as the Apostle ~declares that he fills up "those 167 Suppl, 29| our Lord, as the ~Apostle declares (1 Cor. 11:23): "For I have 168 Suppl, 31| efficacy from prayer, as James declares (James ~5:15). But a layman' 169 Suppl, 36| is "negligence,"* as Cato declares ~(Rudiment.). [*"Legere 170 Suppl, 36| as the blessed Clement declares in his ~second epistle to 171 Suppl, 60| adultery, ~for then the law declares him simply unfit to marry 172 Suppl, 65| custom enforces, as Tully declares (De Inv. Rhet. ii), or ~ 173 Suppl, 69| s bosom," as Augustine ~declares (Gen. ad lit. xii). But 174 Suppl, 70| as ~follows: "Since Truth declares the rich sinner to be condemned 175 Suppl, 72| 106], A[1]~], as Dionysius declares (Coel. Hier. vii). Therefore 176 Suppl, 72| more Godlike," as Dionysius declares (Coel. Hier. iii). ~Wherefore 177 Suppl, 72| OBJ[1]) on 2 Pt. 3:12 ~declares that "this fire will engulf 178 Suppl, 83| punishments, as the Philosopher declares (Ethic. ~iii, 6). Therefore 179 Suppl, 89| scripture, as Augustine declares (De Videndo ~Deo: Ep. cxlvii). 180 Suppl, 92| things, as the Philosopher ~declares (Ethic. i, 7; x, 7,8). Accordingly 181 Suppl, 93| angelic orders" as ~Gregory declares (Hom. xxxiv in Evang.). 182 Suppl, 93| on oneself, as Augustine declares (De Civ. Dei i), ~and yet 183 Suppl, 93| No man can say," etc.] ~declares, since "every truth by whomsoever 184 Suppl, 93| ad 1, where St. Thomas declares that the Holy Innocents 185 Appen1, 2| Gregory [*Dial. iv, 39] declares that light sins ~alone are


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