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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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earthly

    Part, Question
1 1, 21 | the more raised up from earthly affections to God. As to 2 1, 26 | the whole ~universe. As to earthly happiness, which consists 3 1, 39 | whole Godhead. But in an earthly father it is wanting sometimes 4 1, 39 | concept of wisdom. In an earthly son ~this is sometimes absent 5 1, 39 | seems ~repugnant to the earthly spirit, which often implies 6 1, 58 | difference between heavenly and earthly ~bodies is this, that earthly 7 1, 58 | earthly ~bodies is this, that earthly bodies obtain their last 8 1, 60 | contempt of God has made the earthly city; ~while love of God 9 1, 63 | angels, who are set over earthly affairs, it is ~evident 10 1, 64 | Apostle (2 Cor. 5:1): "If ~our earthly house of this habitation 11 1, 65 | The heavenly bodies inform earthly ones by movement, not by ~ 12 1, 66 | text. 50). But heavenly and earthly bodies do not act upon each 13 1, 67 | matter is "flame," or in earthly ~matter is "burning coal." 14 1, 67 | of substantial forms of earthly bodies, ~and also gives 15 1, 71 | will be evident that the ~earthly element must predominate, 16 1, 39 | whole Godhead. But in an earthly father it is wanting sometimes 17 1, 39 | concept of wisdom. In an earthly son ~this is sometimes absent 18 1, 39 | seems ~repugnant to the earthly spirit, which often implies 19 1, 59 | difference between heavenly and earthly ~bodies is this, that earthly 20 1, 59 | earthly ~bodies is this, that earthly bodies obtain their last 21 1, 61 | contempt of God has made the earthly city; ~while love of God 22 1, 64 | angels, who are set over earthly affairs, it is ~evident 23 1, 65 | Apostle (2 Cor. 5:1): "If ~our earthly house of this habitation 24 1, 66 | The heavenly bodies inform earthly ones by movement, not by ~ 25 1, 67 | text. 50). But heavenly and earthly bodies do not act upon each 26 1, 68 | matter is "flame," or in earthly ~matter is "burning coal." 27 1, 68 | of substantial forms of earthly bodies, ~and also gives 28 1, 71 | will be evident that the ~earthly element must predominate, 29 1, 90 | heavenly bodies are nobler than earthly bodies. But ~the human body 30 1, 90 | should not be made ~of an earthly body, but of a heavenly 31 1, 90 | itself nobler than the ~earthly body, yet for the acts of 32 1, 90 | signs of an abundance of the earthly element; ~which does not 33 1, 90 | around him, both heavenly and earthly, ~so as to gather intelligible 34 1, 101 | the lunar ~circle." But no earthly place answers that description, 35 1, 101 | that God should place the earthly paradise in the ~east.~Aquin.: 36 1, 101 | spiritual ~substances. For the earthly paradise was a place adapted 37 1, 102 | means of others; thus an earthly ~king, by reason of his 38 1, 102 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: That an earthly king should have ministers 39 1, 107 | evil-doers are coerced by earthly ~powers, as it is written ( 40 2, 61 | God; ~temperance knows no earthly desires; fortitude has no 41 2, 68 | washed with the waters of an earthly ~river: it is the Holy Ghost, 42 2, 69 | pleasure, ~temporal and earthly: wherefore by these four 43 2, 69 | some men seek to find in earthly happiness. For men ~seek 44 2, 89 | those who have a care for earthly things, are designated ~ 45 2, 89 | those who are busy about earthly remain ~longer, because 46 2, 91 | It may be a sensible and earthly good; and to this, man was ~ 47 2, 91 | people were invited to the earthly kingdom of the Chananaeans ~( 48 2, 102 | the types [rationes] of earthly things, according to Job 49 2, 102 | signified too much ~love of earthly things: if he be blear-eyed, 50 2, 102 | hoof; nor are they too ~earthly, which is shown by their 51 2, 102 | may ~denote those who seek earthly profit though an external 52 2, 102 | knowledge, seek none but earthly things. Of fowls and ~quadrupeds 53 2, 107 | is easier to make use of earthly prosperity than to ~suffer 54 2, 108 | works, and of no ~other earthly goods ought we to shun the 55 2, 114 | falsehood they received an earthly reward." And it is written ( 56 2, 12 | yet, the power of curbing earthly princes; and so she allowed ~ 57 2, 18 | needs to begin by despising earthly goods, ~wherefore fear holds 58 2, 37 | stated: "Both divine and ~earthly laws have laid down that 59 2, 42 | passion that inclines it to earthly things; an evil conscience 60 2, 43 | that a certain wisdom is "earthly, ~sensual, devilish." Therefore 61 2, 43 | fixes his end in external earthly things, his "wisdom" is 62 2, 43 | his "wisdom" is called ~"earthly," if in the goods of the 63 2, 44 | plunging his sense into earthly things, whereby his sense 64 2, 44 | things and to plunge it into earthly things. The same thing ~ 65 2, 44 | s sense is plunged into earthly ~things chiefly by lust, 66 2, 44 | mind being plunged into earthly things, arises ~chiefly 67 2, 53 | there is a wisdom which is "earthly, ~sensual and devilish," 68 2, 58 | Relig. xxxi): "In these earthly ~laws, though men judge 69 2, 60 | do so: as in the case of earthly ~princes who do not incur 70 2, 62 | Therefore those clerics ~who are earthly princes may lawfully slay 71 2, 62 | prelates accept the office of earthly ~princes, not that they 72 2, 64 | according to the laws of earthly kings you ~are commanded 73 2, 64 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, earthly princes violently extort 74 2, 64 | are ordered by the laws of earthly princes to forfeit those 75 2, 83 | are far greater than any earthly ~princes: and yet the subjects 76 2, 89 | such instruments as also by earthly promises - and because these 77 2, 92 | most heinous crime in an earthly ~commonwealth would seem 78 2, 93 | Old Law, which contained earthly promises, there were ~consultations 79 2, 93 | these signs appear in some earthly body such as wood, iron 80 2, 93 | oracles be misapplied to earthly business. Hence ~Augustine 81 2, 93 | It is different with ~earthly honors, which are directed 82 2, 93 | directed to the disposal of earthly things: in ~elections of 83 2, 93 | in ~the distribution of earthly possessions.~Aquin.: SMT 84 2, 98 | cannot be appraised at any earthly price, even as it is ~said 85 2, 102 | than from his contemning ~earthly things. And so those, namely 86 2, 102 | holds in contempt some earthly thing in order to adhere 87 2, 102 | whereby they are held bound to earthly ~masters, as a gloss observes 88 2, 106 | written (Rm. 13:4) of the earthly ~prince that "he is God' 89 2, 109 | praised withal and received an earthly reward from God, not for 90 2, 118 | With regard to ~these earthly laws, although men pass 91 2, 121 | able more easily to bear earthly wrongs, if we are forearmed ~ 92 2, 123 | fears to be despoiled of earthly riches." Therefore fear 93 2, 124 | of virtue to love nothing earthly, since ~according to Augustine ( 94 2, 124 | not a sin to fear nothing earthly.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[126] A[ 95 2, 130 | through the desire for other ~earthly goods. Yet he is not truly 96 2, 130 | pertains to falsehood; or in earthly and perishable things, ~ 97 2, 137 | and wish to avoid loving earthly and material things, must 98 2, 138 | are directed to certain earthly goods, and among ~them we 99 2, 138 | in order to ~obtain an earthly possession. But in the New 100 2, 152 | covetousness, to go beyond one's earthly bounds, how much ~more wicked 101 2, 152 | Now to go beyond one's earthly bounds in sacred matters 102 2, 159 | 3: To him that despises earthly things, heavenly things 103 2, 159 | promised to those who despise ~earthly riches, according to Mt. 104 2, 159 | proper to ~it to despise earthly uplifting. Wherefore Augustine 105 2, 159 | striving to become great in earthly things. Hence our ~Lord, 106 2, 160 | one is elated by mean and ~earthly things, another by sublime 107 2, 162 | Further, this place of the earthly paradise is said to be ~ 108 2, 162 | namely the place of the earthly ~paradise: and this is indicated ( 109 2, 162 | Although the place of the earthly paradise avails not man ~ 110 2, 163 | whom thou shalt deceive by earthly lust,' ~namely sinners who 111 2, 164 | necessary to be skilled in earthly things. Accordingly ~studiousness 112 2, 170 | because having renounced earthly desires they were kindled 113 2, 173 | either through dread of earthly things or through the mind 114 2, 173 | lower world." Now dread of earthly ~things pertains to the 115 2, 178 | upon the soul, and the ~earthly habitation presseth down 116 2, 181 | seeks his own; just as in an earthly kingdom ~peace ceases when 117 2, 181 | both of mind and of an earthly commonwealth is the better 118 2, 181 | same subject. For even in earthly affairs ~those who are free, 119 2, 182 | this reason, just as in earthly governments the king ~alone 120 2, 183 | them but for the sake of earthly gain: wherefore he fears 121 2, 184 | more firmly attached to earthly things when we have them 122 2, 184 | vow of poverty, renounce earthly riches, ~there should be 123 2, 186 | saying: A monk who seeks earthly possessions is no monk at 124 2, 187 | attach man's affections to earthly things. Now the attachment 125 2, 187 | of man's ~affections to earthly things is not only an obstacle 126 3, 5 | ought to have assumed an earthly body, i.e. one of flesh ~ 127 3, 5 | have assumed a carnal or earthly body?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[5] 128 3, 5 | Christ had not a carnal or earthly, but a ~heavenly body. For 129 3, 5 | heavenly, but a carnal and earthly body.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[5] 130 3, 5 | if He had a carnal and ~earthly body, the manifestation 131 3, 5 | have raised a ~weak and earthly body to such sublimity. 132 3, 7 | heavenly knowledge, but also ~earthly knowledge, as will be said ( 133 3, 22 | Son of God," Who had no earthly father, no heavenly mother, 134 3, 28 | waters bearing the weight of earthly feet."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 135 3, 30 | according to the flesh is not an earthly but a ~heavenly life."~Aquin.: 136 3, 31 | first man was of the earth, ~earthly: the second man, from heaven, 137 3, 31 | matter, Christ's body was earthly, as Adam's body was.~Aquin.: 138 3, 36 | the King of heaven, the earthly king is ~troubled: doubtless 139 3, 36 | troubled: doubtless because earthly grandeur is covered with 140 3, 36 | heavenly ~successor; Herod, an earthly successor." But their fear 141 3, 36 | had not come to set up an earthly kingdom, as Pope Leo says, ~ 142 3, 36 | this birth was not only earthly, but also, in a way, heavenly, ~ 143 3, 36 | had come in search of an ~earthly King, they would have been 144 3, 37 | He felt no contagion of earthly corruption, whose ~birth 145 3, 45 | the weight of material and earthly feet."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 146 3, 49 | was translated into the earthly paradise, where he is believed 147 3, 52 | to be understood of the ~earthly corporeal paradise, but 148 3, 55 | suppose I am leading an earthly life; for if you see Me 149 3, 57 | Further, Christ's was an earthly body, like to ours. But 150 3, 57 | contrary to the nature of an earthly body to be borne upwards. 151 3, 57 | contrary to nature for an ~earthly body to be above heaven, 152 3, 57 | we no longer deem Him an earthly man, but the ~God of heaven; 153 3, 59 | to govern temporarily an earthly kingdom; ~consequently He 154 3, 66 | considerable proportion of the earthly ~element, as the Philosopher 155 3, 72 | Hom. i De Machab.), "in earthly ~contests fitness of age, 156 3, 72 | the battle, and hence in earthly wars, generals ~and captains 157 3, 75 | nor an impossibility that earthly and mortal things be changed ~ 158 3, 80 | let him fill himself with earthly bread, without partaking ~ 159 3, 85 | teaches us the unhappiness of earthly things ~and the happiness 160 Suppl, 19| not of heaven, but of an earthly tabernacle.~Aquin.: SMT 161 Suppl, 19| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: An earthly king can be cheated and 162 Suppl, 36| would be unfaithful to his earthly ~lord were he to place unworthy 163 Suppl, 40| since the possession of earthly things ~is not contrary 164 Suppl, 40| the feet, his contempt of earthly things; the ~"succinctory" 165 Suppl, 69| written (2 Cor. 5:1): "If our earthly house of ~this habitation 166 Suppl, 69| 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, the earthly paradise is distinct from 167 Suppl, 69| some were borne away to the earthly paradise after this ~state 168 Suppl, 69| and Elias. Since then the earthly ~paradise is not counted 169 Suppl, 69| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: The earthly paradise belongs to the 170 Suppl, 72| 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, the earthly paradise is situated on 171 Suppl, 72| man was committed in the ~earthly paradise, this is not the 172 Suppl, 86| things and are busy about earthly concerns, yet so as to prefer ~ 173 Suppl, 88| heavenly ~spirits and the earthly or human spirits, so is 174 Suppl, 88| between ~heavenly bodies and earthly bodies. Since then the corporeal 175 Suppl, 94| when it is ~in an opaque earthly substance such as sulphur. 176 Suppl, 96| punishment ~inflicted by the earthly state is not deemed everlasting


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