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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | scripture or doctrine is ~based, has come down to us.~Aquin.: 2 1, 1 | This doctrine is especially based upon arguments from ~authority, 3 1, 1 | argument from authority based on human reason is the ~ 4 1, 1 | argument from authority based on divine revelation is ~ 5 1, 1 | spiritual sense, which is based on the literal, and presupposes 6 1, 3 | merely spiritual actions based on the metaphor of local 7 1, 4 | that, Since likeness is based upon agreement or communication ~ 8 1, 5 | fundamentally; ~for they are based upon the same thing, namely, 9 1, 16 | knowable. Hence the ~true is based on being, inasmuch as not-being 10 1, 20 | OBJ 2: This argument is based on the intensity of love 11 1, 21 | OBJ 1: This argument is based on mercy, regarded as an 12 1, 27 | OBJ 1: This objection is based on the idea of generation 13 1, 28 | v), every relation ~is based either on quantity, as double 14 1, 28 | real relation in God can be based only on action. Such relations 15 1, 28 | Such relations are ~not based on the actions of God according 16 1, 32 | principle on which ~a notion is based must be something special; 17 1, 53 | OBJ 3: This objection is based on continuous time. But 18 1, 75 | use of ~only one proof, based on universal and certain 19 1, 76 | all the other senses are based on the sense of touch. But 20 1, 54 | OBJ 3: This objection is based on continuous time. But 21 1, 74 | use of ~only one proof, based on universal and certain 22 1, 75 | all the other senses are based on the sense of touch. But 23 1, 77 | preamble to, and on which is based, the flavor, which quality ~ 24 1, 96 | the primitive state was based on a ~supernatural force 25 1, 111 | second objections, ~which are based on the first mode of assisting.~ 26 1, 117 | actual organ; but it is based on the (vital) ~spirit in 27 1, 117 | principle on which it is based. For if it were ~accidental 28 2, 14 | that counsel is "appetite based on inquiry," ~so as to show 29 2, 23 | in the irascible part is based ~on the contrariety of good 30 2, 23 | the irascible passions is based on the ~contrariety of good 31 2, 23 | the irascible passions is ~based on no other contrariety 32 2, 23 | contrariety of passions is based on contrariety of movements 33 2, 23 | found; viz. that which is based on the objects: whereas 34 2, 23 | on this distinction ~is based the contrariety of the passions. 35 2, 26 | OBJ 3: When friendship is based on usefulness or pleasure, 36 2, 27 | case friendship seems to be based on usefulness. We might 37 2, 27 | happens in every friendship based on ~usefulness. Therefore 38 2, 29 | every sensitive power is based.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[29] A[ 39 2, 57 | universal judgment that is not ~based on the first causes. But 40 2, 57 | principles on ~which they are based.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[57] A[ 41 2, 57 | Judgment of anything should be based on that thing's proper ~ 42 2, 57 | because difference is based not on common but on proper 43 2, 57 | rules on which judgment is based: for "{synesis}" judges 44 2, 58 | Body Para. 2/3~Now this is based on a false supposition. 45 2, 58 | by whomsoever given, were based on ~the Socratic theory, 46 2, 58 | syllogism of the reason is based.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[58] A[ 47 2, 60 | body, while the latter is based on the apprehension of the 48 2, 65 | act is perfect, if it is based on the merits ~which we 49 2, 66 | celestial beings, though it be based on weak and probable reasoning"; 50 2, 68 | wholly useless if it be ~not based upon wisdom . . . Counsel 51 2, 70 | present life, which are based on hope. Now the ~fruit 52 2, 72 | affirmation on which it is based.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[72] A[ 53 2, 85 | between two ~others: for it is based on the rational nature as 54 2, 90 | Etym. v, 3): "If the law is based on ~reason, whatever is 55 2, 90 | on ~reason, whatever is based on reason will be a law." 56 2, 91 | reason and will in us is based on that which ~is according 57 2, 91 | every act of ~reasoning is based on principles that are known 58 2, 91 | Etym. v) that the "law is based on reason." But the "fomes" ~ 59 2, 91 | the "fomes" ~of sin is not based on reason, but deviates 60 2, 94 | the same time," which is ~based on the notion of "being" 61 2, 94 | principle all ~others are based, as is stated in Metaph. 62 2, 94 | precepts of the natural law are based upon this: so that whatever ~ 63 2, 94 | many in themselves, but are based on one common foundation.~ 64 2, 95 | expert and prudent men is ~based as on its principles; in 65 2, 99 | that ~the instruction is based on principles more generally 66 2, 100 | ii, 10) that every law is based on ~reason. But all the 67 2, 102 | evangelical precepts, ~which are based on reason." But if the observances 68 2, 102 | observances of the Old Law were ~based on reason, it would have 69 2, 104 | since human morals are based on reason. At the same time 70 2, 106 | whereon all its ~efficacy is based, is the grace of the Holy 71 2, 108 | the state of perfection is based on these ~three: since riches 72 2, 112 | OBJ 2: This objection is based on the first kind of magnitude 73 2, 1 | the mean on which faith is based is the Divine Truth. If, ~ 74 2, 1 | Nom. ii). Whatever is ~based on these principles is as 75 2, 1 | principles to a teaching based on ~natural reason. Among 76 2, 4 | the Philosopher speaks is based on human ~reasoning in a 77 2, 4 | which we are speaking is based ~on the Divine Truth, which 78 2, 4 | aforesaid three virtues are based on human reason. Secondly, ~ 79 2, 4 | intellectual virtues, they are based upon the natural ~light 80 2, 5 | that conviction is not ~based on objective evidence. Thus 81 2, 17 | OBJ 2: Further, hope is based on grace and merits, as 82 2, 18 | of servant to master is based on the power ~which the 83 2, 18 | a wife to her husband is based ~on the son's affection 84 2, 22 | sinners, ~whereas friendship based on the virtuous is only 85 2, 22 | friendship ~must needs be based on this same communication, 86 2, 22 | Son." The love which is based on this communication, is 87 2, 22 | The friendship that is based on the virtuous is directed 88 2, 22 | above all is friendship based on the virtuous, extends 89 2, 22 | so far, to wit, as it is based on the moral goodness of 90 2, 22 | in the case of friendship based on pleasure or utility. ~ 91 2, 22 | on which friendships are based; thus ~there is one species 92 2, 22 | travellers, the former being based on natural ~communion, the 93 2, 22 | which this friendship is based, is also one. ~Hence it 94 2, 24 | because ~all friendship is based on some fellowship in life; 95 2, 24 | charity, for charity is based on the fellowship of ~everlasting 96 2, 24 | friendship of charity is based on fellowship in the ~enjoyment 97 2, 24 | fellowship of which charity is based, as ~stated above (A[3]; 98 2, 24 | friendship of charity which is based on the fellowship of everlasting ~ 99 2, 24 | friendship of ~charity is based on the fellowship of happiness. 100 2, 25 | friendship of charity is based. Consequently ~there must 101 2, 25 | which that friendship ~is based: thus civil friendship regards 102 2, 25 | friendship of ~charity is based on the fellowship of happiness, 103 2, 25 | friendship of ~charity which is based on the fellowship of the 104 2, 25 | friendship of ~the virtuous is based, is directed, as to its 105 2, 25 | good on which ~charity is based, it follows that charity 106 2, 25 | among blood relations is ~based upon their connection by 107 2, 25 | regards the love which is based on fellowship in ~battle.~ 108 2, 42 | the virtue, since ~it is based on the proportion of love 109 2, 55 | positive right, since it is ~based not on human, but on Divine 110 2, 55 | rather than another man, is based, not on natural ~reason, 111 2, 56 | gives of a man's ~own is based on justice, whereby one 112 2, 58 | Whether judgment should be based on suspicions?~(4) Whether 113 2, 58 | man. Therefore judgment based on suspicion is not unlawful.~ 114 2, 58 | Therefore a judgment based on suspicion would always ~ 115 2, 58 | Therefore a judgment ~based on suspicion would seem 116 2, 58 | suspicion denotes ~evil thinking based on slight indications, and 117 2, 59 | argument against retaliation is based on the ~difference between 118 2, 64 | appropriation of things which are based on human law, do not preclude ~ 119 2, 65 | wherefore his judgment should be based on information acquired ~ 120 2, 65 | wherefore His judgment is based on the truth which He Himself 121 2, 75 | the friendship which is based on utility, the amount of 122 2, 75 | other hand, in friendship based on utility we consider equality 123 2, 76 | repayment for favor received is based ~on a debt of friendship, 124 2, 81 | OBJ 3: Further, prayer is based chiefly on faith, according 125 2, 85 | the principle on which is based the commandment of the ~ 126 2, 86 | and this obligation is based on the natural law. But 127 2, 86 | the obligation of a vow is based on the fidelity which a ~ 128 2, 86 | 2/2~But this opinion is based on a false supposition: 129 2, 87 | of oath, like faith, is based on God's truth. Now faith 130 2, 93 | unlawful in so far as it is ~based on a compact made with the 131 2, 93 | those divinations which are based on false and vain ~opinions, 132 2, 93 | actions, his conduct is based on a false and vain opinion; 133 2, 93 | and unlawful when it is based on a false opinion. Wherefore 134 2, 98 | selling, on which simony is based. But ~to present a person 135 2, 98 | simoniacal, because it is based on a worthy cause, on ~account 136 2, 104 | Since true friendship is based on virtue, whatever there 137 2, 104 | the friendship that is ~based on the useful, repayment 138 2, 104 | conferred, and in the friendship based on virtue ~repayment should 139 2, 108 | its certitude which is based on the authority of Holy 140 2, 115 | certain moral due. This due is based on ~a certain fittingness 141 2, 115 | beloved is not that ~which is based on virtue, as though he 142 2, 115 | others, but that ~which is based on utility, because he is 143 2, 116 | heading, 'True magnanimity is based chiefly on ~two things'): " 144 2, 145 | Fasting requires a fixed hour based, not on a strict ~calculation, 145 2, 159 | suppressing presumptuous hope is based on divine reverence, which 146 2, 172 | knowledge: ~thus science based on direct [*"Propter quid"] 147 2, 172 | excellent ~than science based on indirect [*"Quia"] premises 148 2, 176 | canonization of certain persons is based on ~the attestation of miracles. 149 2, 178 | third is ~in "the reason based on the imagination"; when, 150 3, 7 | Reply OBJ 2: This reason is based on fear in so far as it 151 3, 9 | demonstrative knowledge, which is ~based on the cause, since he who 152 3, 18 | OBJ 1: This argument is based on the will, essentially 153 3, 20 | subservience and dominion is based upon ~action and passion, 154 3, 38 | the Holy Ghost, and who based their hopes on his baptism, 155 3, 46 | OBJ 1: This argument is based on the necessity of compulsion 156 3, 46 | Scriptures upon which ~faith is based, are both based on the Divine 157 3, 46 | faith is based, are both based on the Divine foreknowledge 158 3, 46 | the subject on which it is based; as sight suffers when the ~ 159 3, 59 | upon which ~judgment is based, according to Ecclus. 10: 160 3, 59 | very rule of judgment is based, because the standard of 161 3, 59 | OBJ 2: This argument is based on the ground of His grace 162 3, 76 | parts in an organic body is ~based upon its dimensive quantity; 163 3, 76 | OBJ 3: This argument is based on the nature of a body, 164 Suppl, 3 | 7, 9), "all ~sorrow is based on love." Now the love of 165 Suppl, 3 | sorrow of ~contrition is based, is the greatest love. Therefore 166 Suppl, 7 | above (A[1], ad 2), it is based on the article about eternal ~ 167 Suppl, 14| But when the obligation is based on ~an offense, there is 168 Suppl, 14| to God, the equality is based, not on ~equivalence but 169 Suppl, 27| for others, since it is ~based on a cause for granting 170 Suppl, 53| OBJ 2: The objection is based on a false statement: since 171 Suppl, 54| 12) "all ~friendship is based on some kind of fellowship." 172 Suppl, 54| is a certain propinquity ~based on the natural communication 173 Suppl, 54| OBJ 1: This objection is based on a false premise: for ~ 174 Suppl, 55| however, the accusation is based on a denial of the contract 175 Suppl, 60| wife-murder, and the argument is based on a false premiss.~Aquin.: 176 Suppl, 62| and 3: These arguments are based on the fact that in ~comparison 177 Suppl, 62| Hence the objection is based on a false ~interpretation.~ 178 Suppl, 71| and groundless as being based on no authority. It is also ~ 179 Suppl, 71| whereon indulgences are based, to the living ~and not 180 Suppl, 72| Para. 4/5~This opinion was based by various people on various 181 Suppl, 76| distinction of humanity ~was based on the supposition that 182 Suppl, 80| sophistical because it is based on a ~false supposition, 183 Suppl, 89| of quantity to quantity based on a ~certain fixed excess 184 Suppl, 95| OBJ 2: Love that is not based on virtue is easily voided, ~ 185 Appen1, 1| that the argument is not based on a true comparison.~Aquin.:


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