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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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supreme

    Part, Question
1 1, 6 | 2) Whether God is the supreme good?~(3) Whether He alone 2 1, 6 | 1/1~Whether God is the supreme good?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[6] 3 1, 6 | seems that God is not the supreme good. For the supreme good ~ 4 1, 6 | the supreme good. For the supreme good ~adds something to 5 1, 6 | compound thing: ~therefore the supreme good is a compound. But 6 1, 6 | Therefore God is not the supreme good.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[6] 7 1, 6 | alone." But we use ~the word supreme in comparison with others, 8 1, 6 | comparison with others, as e.g. supreme heat is used ~in comparison 9 1, 6 | God cannot be called the ~supreme good.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[6] 10 1, 6 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, supreme implies comparison. But 11 1, 6 | God ~cannot be called the supreme good in relation to others.~ 12 1, 6 | divine persons is "the supreme good, discerned by purified 13 1, 6 | answer that, God is the supreme good simply, and not only 14 1, 6 | therefore He is called the supreme good.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[6] 15 1, 6 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The supreme good does not add to good 16 1, 6 | should be composition in the supreme good, but only ~that other 17 1, 6 | kind of ~comparison the supreme good implies.~Aquin.: SMT 18 1, 6 | absolute one, he said was the supreme good. And because good is ~ 19 1, 11 | that God is "one" in the supreme ~degree.~Aquin.: SMT FP 20 1, 12 | should be raised up to the supreme of intelligible objects, 21 1, 14 | Reply OBJ 1: Although the supreme cause is necessary, the 22 1, 16 | Relig. xxxvi), "Truth is a supreme ~likeness without any unlikeness 23 1, 22 | type itself, seated in the Supreme Ruler; which ~disposeth 24 1, 22 | one which belongs to ~the supreme Deity, Who first and foremost 25 1, 25 | made manifest that God has supreme ~power, that He freely forgives 26 1, 26 | blessed. For ~God is the supreme good, as was said above ( 27 1, 26 | that there should be many supreme goods, as also is ~clear 28 1, 26 | beatitude that it should be the supreme good, it seems ~that beatitude 29 1, 26 | regards its object, is the supreme good ~absolutely, but as 30 1, 26 | beatified creatures it is their ~supreme good, not absolutely, but 31 1, 27 | there is no diversity; but supreme simplicity. ~Therefore in 32 1, 27 | intelligence is the very supreme perfection of God (Q[14], ~ 33 1, 28 | this by reason of God's ~supreme simplicity.~Aquin.: SMT 34 1, 28 | essence, wherein there is supreme unity and ~simplicity - 35 1, 29 | Scripture; as ~that He is the supreme self-subsisting being, and 36 1, 30 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The supreme unity and simplicity of 37 1, 34 | lx), "To speak is ~to the Supreme Spirit nothing but to see 38 1, 39 | same ~Trinity is a thing supreme."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 39 1, 39 | Vera Relig. 36), "is the supreme ~similitude of the principle 40 1, 39 | is, in the Son - there is supreme and primal life," etc.~Aquin.: 41 1, 49 | of evil?~(2) Whether the supreme good, God, is the cause 42 1, 49 | 3) Whether there be any supreme evil, which is the first 43 1, 49 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the supreme good, God, is the cause 44 1, 49 | It would seem that the supreme good, God, is the cause 45 1, 49 | 1/1~Whether there be one supreme evil which is the cause 46 1, 49 | would seem that there is one supreme evil which is the cause ~ 47 1, 49 | so is the other. But the ~supreme good is in nature, and is 48 1, 49 | Therefore, also, there is a supreme ~evil opposed to it as the 49 1, 49 | considered in relation to some supreme ~evil.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 50 1, 49 | Therefore we must seek for some supreme essential evil, ~which is 51 1, 49 | Therefore, we must suppose ~some supreme evil which is the "per se" 52 1, 49 | 1/1~On the contrary, The supreme good is the cause of every 53 1, 49 | But there cannot be a supreme evil; because, as was shown 54 1, 49 | potentiality, but not to the supreme good, who is pure act.~Aquin.: 55 1, 49 | reason of ~access to the supreme evil, in the same way as 56 1, 49 | reason of access to the supreme good.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[49] 57 1, 62 | that which is seen; for the Supreme Truth is seen by all the ~ 58 1, 62 | on to the vision of the Supreme Essence, it should be led ~ 59 1, 62 | on in the same way to the supreme mode of vision, which is 60 1, 65 | to the causality of the supreme cause. Therefore no secondary ~ 61 1, 39 | same ~Trinity is a thing supreme."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 62 1, 39 | Vera Relig. 36), "is the supreme ~similitude of the principle 63 1, 39 | is, in the Son - there is supreme and primal life," etc.~Aquin.: 64 1, 50 | of evil?~(2) Whether the supreme good, God, is the cause 65 1, 50 | 3) Whether there be any supreme evil, which is the first 66 1, 50 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the supreme good, God, is the cause 67 1, 50 | It would seem that the supreme good, God, is the cause 68 1, 50 | 1/1~Whether there be one supreme evil which is the cause 69 1, 50 | would seem that there is one supreme evil which is the cause ~ 70 1, 50 | so is the other. But the ~supreme good is in nature, and is 71 1, 50 | Therefore, also, there is a supreme ~evil opposed to it as the 72 1, 50 | considered in relation to some supreme ~evil.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 73 1, 50 | Therefore we must seek for some supreme essential evil, ~which is 74 1, 50 | Therefore, we must suppose ~some supreme evil which is the "per se" 75 1, 50 | 1/1~On the contrary, The supreme good is the cause of every 76 1, 50 | But there cannot be a supreme evil; because, as was shown 77 1, 50 | potentiality, but not to the supreme good, who is pure act.~Aquin.: 78 1, 50 | reason of ~access to the supreme evil, in the same way as 79 1, 50 | reason of access to the supreme good.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[49] 80 1, 63 | that which is seen; for the Supreme Truth is seen by all the ~ 81 1, 63 | on to the vision of the Supreme Essence, it should be led ~ 82 1, 63 | on in the same way to the supreme mode of vision, which is 83 1, 66 | to the causality of the supreme cause. Therefore no secondary ~ 84 1, 78 | immaterial, created by the ~supreme intellect, nothing prevents 85 1, 78 | which it derives from the ~supreme intellect, and whereby it 86 1, 92 | intelligent, like to the Supreme Wisdom.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 87 1, 93 | on" yet further "to the supreme good," that is, to God.~ 88 1, 102 | is not ~fitting that the supreme goodness of God should produce 89 1, 102 | is, assimilation to the supreme good. Secondly, the effect 90 1, 102 | first he ascribes to ~the supreme god, who watches over heavenly 91 1, 104 | participates in a likeness to the ~Supreme Good, which is God; it follows 92 1, 104 | does He act ~against the supreme law; because He does not 93 1, 106 | who ~wills is first and supreme; and therefore the manifestation 94 1, 107 | For ~since the angels are supreme among creatures, it is evident 95 1, 107 | seen, some of whom are supreme, as the nobles; others are 96 1, 107 | these orders ought not to be supreme.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[108] A[ 97 1, 107 | Seraphim" excel in what is ~the supreme excellence of all, in being 98 1, 109 | philosophers asserted ~that the supreme bodies are moved locally 99 1, 111 | spirit is limited, yet the supreme Spirit, God, ~is not limited."~ 100 2, 2 | since happiness ~is man's supreme good, it is incompatible 101 2, 2 | shun it; not because man's supreme ~good consists in power.~ 102 2, 2 | therefore, happiness is man's supreme good, it seems that health 103 2, 2 | end: since man is not ~the supreme good. Therefore the last 104 2, 2 | happiness, which is the supreme good, consists in pleasure.~ 105 2, 2 | follow that delight is the ~supreme and essential good, but 106 2, 2 | which is the essential and ~supreme good.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[2] 107 2, 3 | Further, happiness is the supreme good. But it belongs to 108 2, 3 | belongs to God to ~be the supreme good. Since, then, there 109 2, 3 | then, there are not several supreme goods, it ~seems that happiness 110 2, 3 | Happiness is called man's supreme good, because it is the ~ 111 2, 3 | attainment or enjoyment of the supreme good.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[3] 112 2, 3 | For happiness ~is man's supreme perfection. Now each thing 113 2, 3 | Further, happiness is the supreme good. But good is the object 114 2, 4 | shall possess ~it all in the Supreme Fount of goodness.~Aquin.: 115 2, 5 | Further, Happiness is the supreme good. But nothing can surpass ~ 116 2, 5 | nothing can surpass ~the supreme. Therefore one man's Happiness 117 2, 5 | Happiness is said to be the supreme good, inasmuch as it is ~ 118 2, 5 | possession or enjoyment of the Supreme Good.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[5] 119 2, 13 | through being ordained by the Supreme art. For which reason, too, 120 2, 19 | namely, God Whose power is supreme. Therefore ~the decision 121 2, 21 | human reason, while the supreme rule is the Eternal Law. 122 2, 22 | endowed with light in a supreme degree, to which ~the nearer 123 2, 22 | on approach to something ~supreme, but in receding from that 124 2, 22 | things that approach to the Supreme Perfection, i.e. ~to God, 125 2, 22 | more. Hence also, in the supreme, i.e. the ~apprehensive, 126 2, 34 | understood that which is the ~supreme good simply, i.e. the good 127 2, 34 | in which sense God is the Supreme Good; ~whereas we are speaking 128 2, 34 | be either God Who is ~the Supreme Good simply; or the enjoyment 129 2, 39 | better part: ~while the supreme evil is the greatest evil 130 2, 57 | happiness, i.e. God, Who is the supreme object of contemplation. ~ 131 2, 59 | good to man; yet not ~his supreme good, because he can abuse 132 2, 66 | because wisdom considers the ~Supreme Cause, which is God, as 133 2, 66 | affairs, and wisdom about the ~Supreme Cause, it is impossible 134 2, 66 | prudence has no business with supreme matters which are ~the object 135 2, 66 | object of happiness, viz. the Supreme ~Intelligible. And if indeed 136 2, 66 | the proper effect of the Supreme Cause, ~which is God. And 137 2, 74 | sentence belongs to the ~supreme court, even as we see that 138 2, 91 | That Law which is ~the Supreme Reason cannot be understood 139 2, 93 | the eternal law, is the supreme type, as stated ~above ( 140 2, 104 | direction of the sovereign as ~supreme judge.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 141 2, 4 | here does not stand for the supreme genus ~condivided with the 142 2, 5 | which consist in something supreme cannot ~be "more" or "less." 143 2, 5 | faith consists in something supreme, because it ~requires that 144 2, 7 | as an ~unfathomable and supreme good, separation from which 145 2, 16 | fact that it attains the supreme rule of human actions: ~ 146 2, 23 | of the virtues, and the supreme love of the greatest good. 147 2, 23 | far as its object is the Supreme Good, and from this it follows ~ 148 2, 38 | hands of those who hold the supreme authority."~Aquin.: SMT 149 2, 50 | the Eternal Reason is the supreme rule ~of all human rectitude. 150 2, 56 | Consequently there must be one supreme virtue essentially distinct 151 2, 65 | of ~lower degree and the supreme judge, i.e. the sovereign, 152 2, 65 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: God has supreme power of judging, and it 153 2, 79 | made all things, and has supreme dominion over all. ~Consequently 154 2, 79 | mind to be united to the Supreme Being it must ~be withdrawn 155 2, 92 | said that there is one supreme god, the cause of ~all things. 156 2, 92 | substances created by ~the supreme god. These they called " 157 2, 98 | against the will ~of the Supreme Lord. Wherefore he is suspended, 158 2, 105 | favor, while the ~third and supreme degree is when a man fails 159 2, 151 | man wrongs God ~Who is the Supreme Lord of our body. Hence 160 2, 152 | Divine Will, the first and supreme rule. Wherefore that which 161 2, 165 | sovereign truth, wherein supreme happiness ~consists.~Aquin.: 162 2, 178 | the contemplation of the supreme ~intelligible good.~Aquin.: 163 2, 182 | convicted of ~not loving the supreme Pastor." And it is a sign 164 3, 10 | grace in which Christ is ~supreme, than on the order of nature, 165 3, 15 | pertain ~to reason which is supreme in man, yet there are certain 166 3, 19 | Him, as to the ~first and supreme Lord. Nevertheless a glory 167 3, 25 | God in recognition ~of His supreme dominion, according to Dt. 168 3, 26 | Virgin-Mother of God and the supreme prerogative of ~her Son 169 3, 46 | Crucified, because He ~is the supreme desire of souls of good 170 3, 72 | completion is reserved to the ~supreme act or power; thus the preparation 171 3, 72 | to bishops, who possess supreme power in ~the Church: just 172 3, 75 | sacrament is the sign of supreme charity, and the uplifter 173 3, 84 | added in reference to the supreme authority of God, by the ~ 174 3, Note| influence was not to be always ~supreme. That the mind of the Angelic 175 Suppl, 40| appointment should be made by the supreme minister, namely the bishop, ~ 176 Suppl, 69| admixture of good, just as the supreme good is without any admixture 177 Suppl, 69| to beatitude which is a ~supreme good must be cleansed of 178 Suppl, 72| in the conflict. Yet the supreme will of their Maker is victorious 179 Suppl, 80| excess but are reduced to a supreme degree of equality, it would 180 Suppl, 86| governing all things with ~supreme justice: of which judgment 181 Suppl, 89| intellect attains to the supreme abstraction of any ~intelligible 182 Suppl, 92| than men ~to Christ as the supreme spirit. Therefore a spiritual 183 Suppl, 95| 2/2~Further, envy reigns supreme in the damned. Therefore


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