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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 1 | argument?~(9) Whether it rightly employs metaphors and similes?~( 2 1, 1 | habit of a virtue judges rightly of what ~concerns that virtue 3 1, 1 | might ~be able to judge rightly about virtuous acts, though 4 1, 5 | 1/1~Whether goodness is rightly divided into the virtuous*, 5 1, 5 | seems that goodness is not rightly divided into the virtuous, ~ 6 1, 5 | Therefore ~goodness is not rightly divided by them.~Aquin.: 7 1, 17 | receive the sensible form rightly; just as other passive subjects ~ 8 1, 17 | accidental objects, even a rightly disposed sense may have 9 1, 19 | expressions of will are rightly assigned to the divine ~ 10 1, 19 | expressions of will are rightly assigned to the divine will?~ 11 1, 19 | and permission - are not rightly assigned to ~the divine 12 1, 19 | Therefore they do not come rightly under one division, not 13 1, 22 | commands all that 'ebulia' has rightly ~counselled and 'synesis' 14 1, 22 | counselled and 'synesis' rightly judged" [*Cf. FS, Q[57], 15 1, 23 | his free-will. Hence it is rightly imputed to him as guilt.~ 16 1, 25 | God can do all things," is rightly understood to mean that 17 1, 32 | chiefly, that we may think rightly ~concerning the salvation 18 1, 38 | God truly and to love God rightly. Hence the rational creature 19 1, 39 | me, if I understand it rightly? . . . The oneness of nature 20 1, 48 | considered as something rightly ~ordered, and evil as a 21 1, 62 | no difficulty in acting rightly. Therefore righteous action ~ 22 1, 63 | the wood ~otherwise than rightly; but if the rightness of 23 1, 75 | Nevertheless, that is ~rightly said to subsist "per se," 24 1, 38 | God truly and to love God rightly. Hence the rational creature 25 1, 39 | me, if I understand it rightly? . . . The oneness of nature 26 1, 49 | considered as something rightly ~ordered, and evil as a 27 1, 63 | no difficulty in acting rightly. Therefore righteous action ~ 28 1, 64 | the wood ~otherwise than rightly; but if the rightness of 29 1, 74 | Nevertheless, that is ~rightly said to subsist "per se," 30 1, 84 | who is ~deceived, does not rightly understand that wherein 31 1, 92 | may say that a part is not rightly divided against the whole, 32 1, 92 | for this reason we may rightly say that it is made to ~ 33 1, 92 | God, but, nevertheless, rightly ~called the image of God." 34 1, 95 | a command is ~not given rightly save to a rational being. 35 1, 95 | other ~animals, these are rightly subject to his government. 36 1, 116 | by moving him ~to order rightly the phantasms in his soul, 37 1, 116 | his soul, so that they be rightly ~disposed for intelligible 38 2, 5 | the first part suffices if rightly ~understood, to wit, that " 39 2, 16 | QQ. 83, qu. 30): "No one rightly uses ~God, but one enjoys 40 2, 24 | right in those whose love is rightly placed . . . For they ~fear 41 2, 56 | condition ~thereof that man be rightly disposed in regard to the 42 2, 56 | their ends, to which ~man is rightly disposed by the rectitude 43 2, 56 | speculative truth he is rightly disposed by the natural ~ 44 2, 56 | concupiscible ~powers are rightly ruled, is entirely due to 45 2, 56 | is that by which we live rightly," as we have said above ( 46 2, 57 | Metaph. i, 1,2. Wherefore it rightly judges all things and sets 47 2, 57 | due ~end man needs to be rightly disposed by a habit in his 48 2, 58 | Secondly, that man take rightly those things which have 49 2, 58 | principles of action, man is rightly disposed ~by the natural 50 2, 58 | science, man is made to be rightly disposed ~in regard to the 51 2, 58 | so, in order that he be ~rightly disposed with regard to 52 2, 61 | says (De Offic. xxxvi): "Rightly do ~we call it fortitude, 53 2, 65 | done, to which end ~man is rightly disposed by moral virtue. 54 2, 65 | it well, i.e. by choosing rightly, which is the ~result of 55 2, 66 | this sense the Stoics said rightly, as Simplicius states in 56 2, 68 | reason, is disposed to be rightly subordinate to God.~Aquin.: 57 2, 76 | to accomplish a due act rightly. Wherefore all are ~bound 58 2, 76 | done through ignorance are rightly reproved." Now those things 59 2, 76 | those things alone are ~rightly reproved which are sins. 60 2, 80 | which would be said ~neither rightly nor truly, if the devil 61 2, 93 | framed for ruling the people, rightly permits many things which 62 2, 96 | governing of the people rightly permits ~these things, and 63 2, 96 | vices. Therefore human law rightly allows ~some vices, by not 64 2, 97 | by law, the law can be ~rightly changed on account of the 65 2, 97 | their public officials is rightly ~forfeit to such a people, 66 2, 97 | above (A[1]), human law is rightly changed, in ~so far as such 67 2, 101 | man who worships God are rightly united to God, his ~external 68 2, 105 | possessions; wherefore the Law ~rightly made the same prescription 69 2, 108 | Scribes and Pharisees did not rightly understand: and this ~affected 70 2, 109 | it is prepared to operate rightly and to enjoy God; ~and this 71 2, 110 | xxii): "The light of truth rightly deserts the prevaricator 72 2, 110 | as it empowers us to act rightly. ~And the Master seems to 73 2, 110 | Para. 2/3~But if anyone rightly considers the nature of 74 2, 111 | Whether gratuitous grace is rightly divided by the Apostle?~ 75 2, 111 | gratuitous grace is not rightly divided by the ~Apostle. 76 2, 111 | it a man ~bears himself rightly towards others. But by sanctifying 77 2, 1 | happen that the bread was not rightly consecrated, and that ~there 78 2, 1 | sensible bread, when it is rightly consecrated. Hence ~if it 79 2, 1 | consecrated. Hence ~if it be not rightly consecrated, it does not 80 2, 8 | Now the will cannot ~be rightly directed to good, unless 81 2, 10 | those who are in authority, rightly tolerate certain evils, 82 2, 11 | they may think soundly and ~rightly, offer a stubborn resistance, 83 2, 18 | wherefore ~covetousness is rightly described as the desire 84 2, 19 | in the universal, ~is not rightly disposed as to his appetitive 85 2, 22 | true justice, if they judge rightly. Therefore true ~virtue 86 2, 22 | effected by charity, however rightly a man ~may be affected about 87 2, 23 | 1/1~Whether charity is rightly distinguished into three 88 2, 24 | Whether four things are rightly reckoned as to be loved 89 2, 24 | these four things are not rightly reckoned as ~to be loved 90 2, 24 | these four things are not rightly ~distinguished as objects 91 2, 31 | correction, the command rightly understood supports the 92 2, 33 | Therefore sloth is not rightly accounted a capital sin.~ 93 2, 37 | that schismatics are not rightly punished with ~excommunication. 94 2, 38 | like ~things, all these are rightly condemned in war."~Aquin.: 95 2, 38 | 1 Machab 2:41): The Jews rightly ~determined . . . saying: " 96 2, 41 | as being something less rightly said ~or done that occasions 97 2, 41 | defined as "something ~less rightly said or done that occasions 98 2, 41 | scandal is ~something "less" rightly said or done, it follows 99 2, 41 | defined as "something less rightly done ~or said, that occasions 100 2, 41 | as something done "less ~rightly," so as to comprise both 101 2, 41 | scandal," since he that acts rightly does not, for his own part, ~ 102 2, 41 | Scandal is "something less rightly said or done." Now ~anything 103 2, 41 | something said or done less rightly." But this applies to every 104 2, 41 | something said or done less rightly," nothing ought to be ~done 105 2, 45 | since it belongs to prudence rightly to counsel, judge, and ~ 106 2, 47 | reasoner, so that he may ~rightly apply universals to particulars, 107 2, 47 | particular thing may be rightly directed to its end. ~Hence 108 2, 49 | according to common law) judges ~rightly about all actions that are 109 2, 51 | wit, as one fails to judge rightly ~through contempt or neglect 110 2, 51 | rejecting what before it had rightly accepted. And since it can 111 2, 58 | or right. Now to decide rightly about virtuous ~deeds proceeds, 112 2, 58 | a chaste ~person decides rightly about matters relating to 113 2, 58 | prudence is said to "judge rightly," as ~stated above (Q[51], 114 2, 58 | right, so too laws that are ~rightly established, fail in some 115 2, 66 | however, in which a man may rightly ~desist from accusing without 116 2, 81 | prayers," says: "The Apostle rightly tells the ~lesser brethren 117 2, 81 | cxxx, 12), "if we pray rightly and fittingly, we can ~say 118 2, 81 | ask for all ~that we may rightly desire, but also in the 119 2, 81 | words, "Thy will be done rightly signify, 'May Thy commandments 120 2, 85 | ministers of the Church rightly refrain from demanding ~ 121 2, 86 | Likewise, when anyone rightly ~determines of his own authority 122 2, 92 | 1/1~Whether idolatry is rightly reckoned a species of superstition?~ 123 2, 92 | seem that idolatry is not rightly reckoned a species of ~superstition. 124 2, 93 | takes its name not from a rightly ordered share ~of something 125 2, 97 | kingdom, you ~have not judged rightly." Hence by an extension 126 2, 102 | xxxv) that "obedience is rightly preferred to ~sacrifices, 127 2, 122 | Eustoch.): "I ~should say rightly that the Mother of God was 128 2, 128 | of great things, nor are rightly called ~magnanimous."~Aquin.: 129 2, 130 | In like manner a man may ~rightly seek his own glory for the 130 2, 141 | parts of temperance are rightly assigned?~Aquin.: SMT SS 131 2, 155 | reason temperance is more rightly reckoned as ~a principal 132 2, 161 | transgression," says: "The ~Apostle rightly calls this seduction, for 133 2, 184 | xxxv, 14): "Obedience is rightly ~placed before victims, 134 2, 186 | in this case teaching is rightly preferred to ~silence, responsibility 135 2, 186 | nothing by, they answer rightly: Why then did our Lord have 136 3, 7 | it is ~ordained to acting rightly, and action belongs to the 137 3, 12 | 4]). Hence His body was rightly subject to the impression ~ 138 3, 16 | do not see that we ~may rightly call Jesus Christ a lordly 139 3, 25 | assumed by the Word ~of God is rightly adored by us: for no one 140 3, 26 | Civ. Dei ix, 13), ~cannot rightly be called mediators between 141 3, 29 | their union is ~still and is rightly called marriage, even without 142 3, 55 | perceive ~Divine things rightly, whereas those not so disposed 143 3, 59 | unchangeable Truth, which is rightly styled the law ~of all arts, 144 3, 66 | addressed to the Neophytes: ~"Rightly were you dipped three times, 145 3, 66 | the name ~of the Trinity. Rightly were you dipped three times, 146 3, 68 | salvation . . . And ~if they are rightly said to believe, because 147 3, 68 | the faithful. For they are rightly considered to be ~offered 148 3, 72 | celebrated on Easter Eve, it was ~rightly decreed, that chrism should 149 3, 82 | another to bestow, but not rightly." Accordingly, ~such as, 150 3, 82 | priesthood, have such power ~rightly indeed; but they use it 151 3, 82 | have neither the power ~rightly, nor do they use it rightly. 152 3, 82 | rightly, nor do they use it rightly. But that in both cases 153 3, 86 | man that his work may be rightly done. Consequently the ~ 154 Suppl, 36| For any human act to be rightly ordered there must needs ~ 155 Suppl, 36| enables them ~to observe rightly those things that regard 156 Suppl, 37| the acts of the Orders are rightly assigned in the text?~(5) 157 Suppl, 37| the acts of the Orders are rightly assigned in the text?~Aquin.: 158 Suppl, 37| acts of the Orders are not rightly ~assigned in the text (Sent. 159 Suppl, 43| that a betrothal is not rightly defined "a promise ~of future 160 Suppl, 54| Whether consanguinity is rightly defined by some?~(2) Whether 161 Suppl, 54| Whether consanguinity is rightly defined?~Aquin.: SMT XP 162 Suppl, 54| Therefore consanguinity is not ~rightly divided into degrees.~Aquin.: 163 Suppl, 54| Therefore consanguinity is not rightly divided into degrees.~Aquin.: 164 Suppl, 55| published in church, we may rightly ~ask whether he should be 165 Suppl, 57| 1/1~Whether adoption is rightly defined?~Aquin.: SMT XP 166 Suppl, 57| seem that adoption is not rightly defined: "Adoption is ~the 167 Suppl, 58| not yet qualified to give rightly that consent which is to ~ 168 Suppl, 59| done than to undo ~what is rightly done. Hence there are many 169 Suppl, 60| that which the law can rightly do, can be rightly done ~ 170 Suppl, 60| law can rightly do, can be rightly done ~by one whom the law 171 Suppl, 60| to do it. But the law can rightly ~kill an adulterous wife 172 Suppl, 60| it would seem that he can rightly do ~so.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 173 Suppl, 60| belong to the Church cannot rightly take advantage of the law 174 Suppl, 67| greater good; thus Jacob rightly omitted ~to have only one 175 Suppl, 92| three gifts of the soul are rightly assigned?~Aquin.: SMT XP 176 Suppl, 93| crown," ~says: "This may be rightly referred to the reward of 177 Suppl, 93| Eustoch.]: "I should say rightly that the Mother of God ~


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