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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | faith, but from them it goes on to ~prove something else; 2 1, 10 | movement of the heavens goes on for ever, ~there would 3 1, 10 | granted also that time always goes on, yet it is possible to ~ 4 1, 14 | above time. Just as he who goes along the road, does not ~ 5 1, 43 | revelation ~of mysteries; which goes on till the day of judgment. 6 1, 57 | but ~likewise all that goes to make up their principles 7 1, 59 | the other hand, the will goes out to what is beyond it, 8 1, 66 | something that comes and ~goes as a result of movement, 9 1, 70 | either theory, though he goes so far as to ~say that if 10 1, 70 | the moving and the moved, goes ~on to show the nature of 11 1, 43 | revelation ~of mysteries; which goes on till the day of judgment. 12 1, 58 | but ~likewise all that goes to make up their principles 13 1, 60 | the other hand, the will goes out to ~what is beyond it, 14 1, 67 | something that comes and ~goes as a result of movement, 15 1, 71 | either theory, though he goes so far as to ~say that if 16 1, 71 | the moving and the moved, goes ~on to show the nature of 17 1, 78 | intention." And when it goes on in search ~of what it " 18 1, 84 | generation of animal but goes on to the generation of ~ 19 1, 88 | they are ignorant of what ~goes on among us. Whereof Gregory 20 1, 90 | sort of exposition of what goes before; for the ~soul is 21 1, 96 | Further, the same passage goes on to say that "He took 22 1, 104 | same ~place, or if the sun goes backwards; or if a human 23 1, 114 | this opinion of Avicebron goes further than that of Plato. 24 1, 116 | indeed this change ~sometimes goes so far as to bring on sickness 25 1, 118 | that the latter "comes and goes." Now what is formed from 26 1, 118 | formed from food comes and ~goes. Therefore what is produced 27 1, 118 | remain, but as it comes so it goes. But ~this is contrary to 28 2, 1 | that the ~diffusion of good goes on indefinitely. But good 29 2, 2 | Further, "the first cause goes more deeply into the effect 30 2, 5 | unreasonable that as ~time goes on, man should pass from 31 2, 6 | a man with a ~heavy body goes upwards; or when a man contorts 32 2, 13 | the motion of ~the archer goes straight towards the target, 33 2, 14 | the ~inquiry of counsel goes on indefinitely.~Aquin.: 34 2, 16 | Orth. ii, 22) that man "goes ~forward to the operation, 35 2, 22 | afterwards increases as it goes on. Now passion pertains 36 2, 25 | movement begins in love, goes ~forward to desire, and 37 2, 25 | evil, it begins ~in hatred, goes on to aversion, and ends 38 2, 28 | If, therefore, the lover goes out from himself, in order 39 2, 28 | something else, so that it goes forth out from itself, as 40 2, 28 | friendship, ~a man's affection goes out from itself simply; 41 2, 28 | Reply OBJ 3: He who loves, goes out from himself, in so 42 2, 30 | absent evil; sometimes it goes ~by the name of fear, just 43 2, 36 | that if the stronger power goes so far as to ~transform 44 2, 37 | Consequently if this ~movement goes beyond the right measure, 45 2, 46 | when the evil ~inflicted goes beyond the measure of justice 46 2, 48 | fervor, ~increase as time goes on; thus love grows stronger 47 2, 48 | little by little as time goes on, until at length it ~ 48 2, 48 | Reply OBJ 1: Anger sometimes goes so far as to hinder the 49 2, 48 | tongue: but sometimes it goes yet farther, so as to paralyze ~ 50 2, 49 | ways, as the Philosopher goes ~on at once to says (Metaph. 51 2, 50 | a disposition; and if it goes so far ~as to be firmly 52 2, 72 | but to that in which one goes beyond ~another. This may 53 2, 72 | and the ~fourth, "when man goes so far as to presume on 54 2, 72 | of abuse, and lastly he goes on to wrongful ~deeds; and 55 2, 74 | to a sensual delectation goes no further than the mere 56 2, 77 | as a special vice, which goes by the name of "avarice," 57 2, 78 | sin, it follows that sin goes on causing sin indefinitely, 58 2, 79 | folly, wherefore the text goes ~on to say, "and a snare 59 2, 79 | middle cause, according as it goes outside the ~order of the 60 2, 84 | being that he frequently goes forward to other ~sins. 61 2, 85 | whereas, in so far ~as it is goes beyond the bounds of reason, 62 2, 90 | him. Hence the same ~text goes on: "Who show the work of 63 2, 95 | fosters religion. And when he goes ~on to say that it should 64 2, 96 | a ~man makes a law that goes beyond the power committed 65 2, 97 | commonwealth. But if, as time goes on, the same people become 66 2, 97 | Therefore it ~seems that as time goes on it is possible for something 67 2, 98 | obtain life; and so the text ~goes on: "And I polluted them," 68 2, 98 | because, as ~the Apostle goes on to say, "the law brought 69 2, 108 | they preached: wherefore He goes on ~to say: "For the laborer 70 2, 113 | soul's flight; ~your soul goes forward when you seek; your 71 2, 113 | this remembrance the soul goes on ~to have a general movement 72 2, 1 | progress in knowledge ~as time goes on: and this is the kind 73 2, 10 | the faith: hence the text goes on ~(Dt. 7:4): "For she 74 2, 12 | But not every blasphemer goes so ~far as to say that God 75 2, 15 | reference to this, the text goes on: ~"thou shalt meditate 76 2, 22 | he crosses mountains, he goes through fire, in order to 77 2, 23 | to go back." Now no man goes back when he is moved by 78 2, 23 | moved by ~an act of charity goes forward in the way to God. 79 2, 26 | begins there, and thence ~goes on to other things by a 80 2, 27 | wherefore the Apostle goes on to say (2 ~Cor. 5:6): " 81 2, 29 | in want: hence ~the text goes on: "But, when thou makest 82 2, 30 | wherefore the above text goes ~on (Ecclus. 29:15): "Shut 83 2, 30 | state of life, wherefore ~he goes on to say: "Except we imitate 84 2, 32 | continuance of anger, man goes so far as ~absolutely to 85 2, 33 | the concupiscence ~that goes no further than the sensuality 86 2, 33 | themselves, when ~a man goes so far as to detest them, 87 2, 39 | to quarrel, ~wherefore it goes on, "and provokes contention."~ 88 2, 41 | instance, when a person goes so far as to commit a mortal ~ 89 2, 45 | prudence. Wherefore Augustine goes on to say that "prudence 90 2, 45 | Hence the Philosopher ~goes on to say (Ethic. vi, 5) 91 2, 45 | is directed to ~action, goes further, and its third act 92 2, 54 | however appears to anyone who goes through the precepts of ~ 93 2, 56 | is that justice sometimes goes by the name of truth.~Aquin.: 94 2, 58 | vice, and the further it goes, the ~more vicious it is.~ 95 2, 58 | neighbor. Hence the same gloss goes on to say: "If then ~we 96 2, 58 | third degree is when a judge goes so far as to condemn a ~ 97 2, 64 | with death. Hence the text ~goes on to say of the thief that " 98 2, 66 | process in a ~criminal case goes by way of accusation, the 99 2, 78 | is the same as that which goes by the name of ~{eugnomosyne} [ 100 2, 79 | stop at the image, ~but goes on to the thing it represents. 101 2, 82 | wherefore the same text goes on: "I am thy fellow-servant ~ 102 2, 84 | wherefore the same ~text goes on (Malach. 1:12): "You 103 2, 90 | something less, and yet it goes beyond the mean of ~virtue, 104 2, 90 | the first species. Then he goes on to ~say, "or any agreement 105 2, 90 | observances," as the gloss goes on to explain. Wherefore ~ 106 2, 92 | god." The same passage ~goes on to say (Wis. 14:21) that " 107 2, 100 | A[3], ad 2), religion goes by the ~name of piety by 108 2, 108 | kinds, namely, the lie which goes beyond the truth, and this ~ 109 2, 111 | which as the same text goes on to say, ~"is foolishness 110 2, 111 | prophets: hence the text goes on, "nor am I the son of 111 2, 115 | and whatsoever he ~owns, goes by the name of "'pecunia' [ 112 2, 125 | passion, and this excess goes by the name of daring. Wherefore 113 2, 127 | magnanimous in point of quantity goes to extremes," in so far 114 2, 127 | far as his ~own ability goes, it belongs to a magnanimous 115 2, 139 | a virtue. For no virtue goes ~against the inclination 116 2, 140 | the body. Hence the text ~goes on to tell of the revelation 117 2, 145 | circumstances. Hence the text goes on to ~say: "Behold in the 118 2, 146 | gluttony regards food which goes into a man. Therefore, since 119 2, 146 | Reply OBJ 1: That which goes into man by way of food, 120 2, 150 | in point of quantity he goes to the extreme, but in point 121 2, 152 | of brothers and ~sisters goes back to olden times, it 122 2, 154 | because the ~incontinent man goes astray from that which is 123 2, 166 | work. Consequently ~when he goes beyond his measure in a 124 2, 166 | excessive is that which goes beyond, and the deficient 125 2, 166 | excessive play is that which goes beyond the rule of reason: ~ 126 2, 168 | is sometimes that a man goes on to commit murder ~(and 127 2, 169 | Ghost, wherefore the text goes on to say: "And the Spirit ~ 128 2, 172 | imaginary ~vision. However, this goes beyond the bounds of prophecy 129 2, 172 | prophecy change as time goes on?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[174] 130 2, 172 | prophecy change as time goes ~on. For prophecy is directed 131 2, 173 | of His loving ~goodness, goes outside Himself in His providence 132 2, 178 | movement, ~by which a thing goes from one point to another; 133 2, 184 | etc., and afterwards he goes on to say: "This man whom 134 2, 185 | with regard to reading, he goes on to ~say: "Those who say 135 2, 185 | Nor does it matter, as he goes on to say, to ~which monasteries, 136 2, 186 | the fellowship of ~monks," goes on to say: "Nevertheless 137 2, 186 | placed on us," ~as Augustine goes on to say (De Civ. Dei xix, 138 2, 187 | with God." Afterwards it ~goes on to say: "For those who 139 2, 187 | stranger'" (Prov. ~6:1); and he goes on to say, "because to be 140 2, 187 | so, wherefore the text goes on (Ecclus. 37:14,15), " 141 2, 187 | he cannot, as the text goes on to state, be ~Christ' 142 3, 12 | reply." Hence the Gospel goes on to say that "all that 143 3, 15 | substance, since, as he goes on to ~say: "As in the seed 144 3, 15 | sensitive appetite, but goes no further.~Aquin.: SMT 145 3, 27 | In those words Chrysostom goes too far. They may, however, ~ 146 3, 39 | But by baptism a ~man goes up rather than down: wherefore 147 3, 46 | 3: As the passage quoted goes on to say: "The Jews did 148 3, 53 | was already risen, for it goes on ~to say: "And she saw 149 3, 54 | Accordingly, whatever ~goes with the nature of a human 150 3, 55 | lxxxiii in ~Matth.), "He goes not to some far off region 151 3, 55 | be recognized." ~Hence he goes on to say that "'their eyes 152 3, 55 | ascend shortly." Hence He goes on to say: "I ascend to 153 3, 57 | to shame"; ~wherefore he goes on to say (10): "'Because 154 3, 59 | OBJ[1]), judiciary power goes with ~royal dignity. Now 155 3, 64 | instance if, when a priest goes to baptize someone, ~he 156 3, 74 | between the dog and the wolf goes to show that they ~are allied 157 3, 77 | consequence everything which goes with matter is bestowed ~ 158 3, 78 | words uttered with what goes before. And ~it is not necessary 159 3, 80 | is hindered more by what goes ~before it than by what 160 3, 83 | consecration the priest dies or goes mad, or is hindered by some 161 3, 85 | observe the mean, but rather goes to the extreme, ~according 162 3, 89 | true that, if any such man goes astray and wanders from 163 Suppl, 7 | what a man does when he goes to ~confession. Therefore 164 Suppl, 9 | accompanying it. Then it goes on to deplore the sin committed, 165 Suppl, 12| original sin, and sometimes goes under the name of "concupiscence," 166 Suppl, 14| he is not told, when he goes to confession ~a second 167 Suppl, 19| have the key. For the key goes ~with the character of order. 168 Suppl, 19| Militant. By ~this key a man goes to heaven, since, by its 169 Suppl, 28| execution of the ~penance, that goes beyond the limits of the 170 Suppl, 49| it is only when a passion goes beyond the bounds of reason 171 Suppl, 54| the grandson, and thus it goes on failing: so that ~at 172 Suppl, 56| whereby man being strengthened goes forth abroad to ~confess 173 Suppl, 59| prejudicial to her. Now he who ~goes over to the religious life 174 Suppl, 69| or heaven. First, that he goes from thence simply, so that 175 Suppl, 69| favorable sense, as Augustine goes on to say (Gen. ad ~lit. 176 Suppl, 84| life, of which the text goes on to speak, signifies each 177 Suppl, 89| incorporeal nature": and then he goes on to say: "Accordingly


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