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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | differentiated by something which falls under a higher faculty or 2 1, 4 | that which is less white falls short of ~that which is 3 1, 12 | existing things. For ~what falls first under the apprehension 4 1, 12 | believed. Thus as far as faith falls short of ~vision, it falls 5 1, 12 | falls short of ~vision, it falls short of the knowledge which 6 1, 13 | but in a measure that ~falls short, so that what is divided 7 1, 13 | understands about God, it falls short of the mode of what 8 1, 17 | imitates the divine unity yet falls short of it. Therefore ~ 9 1, 17 | produce ~a false work, if it falls short of the proper operation 10 1, 19 | the sinner, who by sin ~falls away from the divine will 11 1, 19 | much as lies in him, yet falls back ~into the order of 12 1, 19 | shall happen according as it falls under the order of ~inferior 13 1, 22 | necessity and of contingency falls under the foresight ~of 14 1, 23 | grace, ~nevertheless that he falls into this or that particular 15 1, 23 | order of secondary ~causes falls also under providence. So, 16 1, 23 | person towards salvation falls under the order of ~predestination; 17 1, 24 | afterwards not ordained when he falls from grace.~Aquin.: SMT 18 1, 26 | is false according as it ~falls short of the idea of true 19 1, 32 | which are not ~cogent, he falls under the ridicule of the 20 1, 48 | to evil by the tempter he falls ~into fault.~Aquin.: SMT 21 1, 58 | Further, everything which falls short of the truth of wisdom, 22 1, 58 | intervenes; while ~noonday falls between morning and evening. 23 1, 63 | creature, when it ~sins, falls away from its due end. Nor 24 1, 68 | and from which the rain falls. But to say, as ~some writers 25 1, 70 | The ~objection, however, falls to the ground if we regard 26 1, 77 | various means; and in this it falls short of more ~perfect creatures.~ 27 1, 49 | to evil by the tempter he falls ~into fault.~Aquin.: SMT 28 1, 59 | Further, everything which falls short of the truth of wisdom, 29 1, 59 | intervenes; while ~noonday falls between morning and evening. 30 1, 64 | creature, when it ~sins, falls away from its due end. Nor 31 1, 69 | and from which the rain falls. But to say, as ~some writers 32 1, 71 | The ~objection, however, falls to the ground if we regard 33 1, 76 | various means; and in this it falls short of more ~perfect creatures.~ 34 1, 83 | especially when a man falls asleep after eating and 35 1, 86 | being a perfect act, it ~falls short in being of itself 36 1, 88 | because so far as a thing ~falls short of being, so far does 37 1, 90 | kind of ~necessity, man falls short of the other animals 38 1, 92 | perfect. ~Therefore even what falls short of the nature of an 39 1, 92 | each of these trinities falls short of the Divine image. ~ 40 1, 92 | in both cases the species falls short of ~representing the 41 1, 92 | so far as ~any "likeness" falls short of "image," or again, 42 1, 112 | grieve for the just man who falls into sin.~Aquin.: SMT FP 43 2, 5 | mode of created ~substance, falls short of the vision of the 44 2, 32 | something of pleasure. ~But it falls short of the perfection 45 2, 44 | plank placed aloft, easily falls through ~fear; whereas, 46 2, 44 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: He that falls from a plank placed aloft, 47 2, 52 | grow. If, however, the act falls short of the intensity of 48 2, 53 | second ~nature, and yet it falls short of it. And so it is 49 2, 57 | called a virtue. And yet it ~falls short of being a perfect 50 2, 65 | matter of moral virtues ~falls under the one rule of prudence.~ 51 2, 67 | its adhesion is firm, but ~falls short of science in so far 52 2, 68 | because such perfection falls, not under the precept, ~ 53 2, 72 | the nature of his ~sin, falls irreparably, and therefore 54 2, 73 | greater concupiscence, ~falls through a more grievous 55 2, 75 | him from ~sin, he thereby falls into another sin, so that 56 2, 94 | which, before aught else, falls under apprehension, ~is " 57 2, 94 | is ~the first thing that falls under the apprehension simply, 58 2, 94 | is ~the first thing that falls under the apprehension of 59 2, 96 | eternal ~law: while human law falls short of the eternal law. 60 2, 100 | Whether the mode of virtue falls under the precept of the 61 2, 100 | that the mode of virtue falls under the precept of ~the 62 2, 100 | Therefore the mode ~of virtue falls under the precept.~Aquin.: 63 2, 100 | Therefore the mode of virtue ~falls under the precept.~Aquin.: 64 2, 100 | with pleasure. But this falls under a precept of the Divine ~ 65 2, 100 | Therefore the mode of virtue falls under the ~precept of the 66 2, 100 | law is ~brought to bear, falls directly under the precept 67 2, 100 | because ~that properly falls under the precept of the 68 2, 100 | doing acts of justice, which falls under the ~precept, is that 69 2, 100 | be done without sadness, falls ~under the precept of the 70 2, 100 | cheerfully, in ~one respect falls under the precept, viz. 71 2, 100 | one's neighbor (which love falls under the ~precept), and 72 2, 100 | Whether the mode of charity falls under the precept of the 73 2, 100 | that the mode of charity falls under the precept of ~the 74 2, 100 | things for God. But this falls under the precept; for the 75 2, 100 | Therefore the mode of ~charity falls under the precept.~Aquin.: 76 2, 100 | therefore the mode of charity falls under the precept, it follows 77 2, 100 | by itself: and ~thus it falls under the precept of the 78 2, 108 | and rule of all he does, falls ~away altogether from spiritual 79 2, 109 | state of corrupt nature, man falls short of ~what he could 80 2, 109 | state of corrupt nature man falls short of ~this in the appetite 81 2, 114 | 1 ~OBJ 3: Further, what falls under merit a man merits 82 2, 114 | increase of grace or charity falls under ~merit, it would seem 83 2, 114 | increase of grace or charity falls under merit.~Aquin.: SMT 84 2, 114 | motion of grace ~reaches to, falls under condign merit. Now 85 2, 114 | thus the increase of grace falls under condign merit.~Aquin.: 86 2, 114 | directed to ~God the mover, falls under human merit; and not 87 2, 114 | of the aforesaid movement falls under merit; ~but perseverance 88 2, 114 | as a reward of justice, falls under merit. Now, temporal ~ 89 2, 114 | 4: On the contrary, What falls under merit does not come 90 2, 114 | 1/3~I answer that, What falls under merit is the reward 91 2, 3 | salvation depends on how it falls under an affirmative ~precept 92 2, 4 | which surpasses opinion but ~falls short of science," these 93 2, 4 | light of reason, which falls short of the certitude of 94 2, 16 | if it neither exceeds nor falls short of its proper measurement. ~ 95 2, 19 | OBJ 3: Further, whoever falls into a condemned heresy, 96 2, 23 | little and ~little." But man falls away by losing charity. 97 2, 23 | A[3]). Nevertheless he falls, and loses ~charity through 98 2, 23 | altogether, he means one who falls so as to sin through ~malice; 99 2, 26 | to be ~"enigmatic," and "falls away" in heaven, as stated 100 2, 28 | OBJ 1: Without sin no one falls from a state of sanctifying 101 2, 30 | Doctr. Christ. i, 28), "it falls to ~us by lot, as it were, 102 2, 34 | saddens us, since, when he falls, we believe that some are 103 2, 48 | prudence of subjects, which falls short of ~regnative prudence, 104 2, 55 | But ~the right of nations falls short of natural right in 105 2, 57 | injustice in small matters falls short of ~the perfection 106 2, 62 | reason, and ~consequently falls away from the dignity of 107 2, 62 | exists for himself, and he falls into the slavish ~state 108 2, 72 | enmity. But a disposition falls short of the thing ~for 109 2, 81 | Further, the act of "latria" falls under a necessity of precept. ~ 110 2, 87 | for in it ~there are many falls."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[89] A[ 111 2, 87 | done by us, the obligation falls on the thing guaranteed 112 2, 93 | earthquake occur when a stone falls, or that a treasure ~be 113 2, 102 | to suppose that slavery ~falls upon the whole man: for 114 2, 107 | himself. Nevertheless it falls short of the proper aspect 115 2, 108 | speech, and "irony," which falls ~short of the truth by saying 116 2, 109 | the ~sins of the soul that falls into hypocrisy, which is 117 2, 112 | even as justice is: yet it falls short of the notion of ~ 118 2, 127 | difficult matter; but it ~falls short thereof, in that it 119 2, 128 | magnanimous, but sometimes falls far short of him: but he 120 2, 128 | presumptuous man sometimes falls short of the magnanimous 121 2, 132 | reason, which it neither falls short of nor exceeds, ~as 122 2, 132 | irascible. Yet magnificence falls short of fortitude, in that 123 2, 133 | reason, whereas meanness falls ~short of it. Yet nothing 124 2, 134 | greatest ~of the virtues, but falls short, not only of the theological 125 2, 142 | perfection, ~though it be good, falls short of the notion of virtue. 126 2, 142 | is not a virtue, since it falls short of the perfection 127 2, 142 | impulse of passion. Hence it falls short ~of the notion of 128 2, 153 | of virtue, and somewhat falls short of virtue.~Aquin.: 129 2, 153 | in so far as the former falls short of virtue.~Aquin.: 130 2, 154 | the ~evil into which one falls through forsaking reason; 131 2, 160 | pride and feels it not, falls into the lusts of the flesh, ~ 132 2, 161 | according as an effect ~falls short of its cause." Now 133 2, 166 | deficient is that which ~falls short of the rule of reason. 134 2, 173 | resist the ~passion, it falls short of the true nature 135 2, 187 | if one ~who breaks a vow falls more grievously, this does 136 3, 2 | But the other ~opinion falls into the error of Nestorius 137 3, 2 | unions. For what is united falls short of the unity ~of what 138 3, 2 | Therefore the ~Incarnation falls under merit.~Aquin.: SMT 139 3, 2 | Therefore ~the Incarnation falls under merit.~Aquin.: SMT 140 3, 2 | is false that under merit falls everything without which ~ 141 3, 4 | irrational creature which falls short of the union with 142 3, 8 | although the agreement falls short as regards the ~body.~ 143 3, 19 | also the glory of the body ~falls under merit, according to 144 3, 24 | in the ~Person of Christ falls under the eternal predestination 145 3, 59 | left unburied, ~and finally falls to dust utterly. In a fifth 146 3, 65 | Baptism; and, for him who falls back into sin, they ~belong 147 3, 83 | other poisonous creature falls into the chalice after the 148 3, 83 | 3: If a fly or a spider falls into the chalice before ~ 149 3, 83 | neglect any of the blood falls upon a ~board which is fixed 150 3, 83 | during three days; if it falls upon the altar cloth and ~ 151 3, 84 | OBJ 2: As soon as a man falls into sin, charity, faith, 152 3, 85 | in such cases, he that ~falls short of the other must 153 3, 86 | himself of other vices, rain falls on one part ~of the city, 154 3, 89 | charity. But sometimes a man falls from proficient charity, 155 Suppl, 2 | that the choice of the will falls. Now the ~will's choice 156 Suppl, 2 | Now the ~will's choice falls not only on the acts of 157 Suppl, 2 | Accordingly the will's choice falls on ~that pain or sadness 158 Suppl, 11| the execution of justice falls under a precept. ~Therefore 159 Suppl, 14| satisfaction for ~them, he falls into sin, and then makes 160 Suppl, 53| Now marriage stands or falls by virtue of the Divine ~ 161 Suppl, 59| after Baptism, a person ~falls into heresy. Yet if such 162 Suppl, 64| wherefore the comparison falls.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[64] A[ 163 Suppl, 76| the same thing ~rises that falls: wherefore resurrection 164 Suppl, 76| body which after ~death falls rather than the soul which 165 Suppl, 76| form of the human body ~falls away into complete nonentity. 166 Suppl, 89| the mode of our intellect falls short of a perfect ~reception 167 Suppl, 96| by the deed. For he who falls into mortal sin of his own 168 Appen1, 1| for as much as he who ~falls venially has sufficient 169 Appen1, 2| subject is freed from sin as falls into sin. ~But after death 170 Appen1, 2| engaged in this thought ~falls asleep, and dies.~Aquin.: 171 Appen2, 1| 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: He that falls into mortal sin, deadens


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