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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 3 | substances, as the Commentator shows (Metaph. x). ~Therefore 2 1, 7 | is thus called infinite, shows Him to be ~distinguished 3 1, 12 | sufficiently contains and shows forth all ~things; but it 4 1, 13 | His substance, but rather shows forth what He is not; or 5 1, 13 | names as these, as Dionysius shows, are denied of God ~for 6 1, 16 | predicate: and this clearly shows ~that the sense is true 7 1, 16 | truth according to which man shows himself in deed ~and word 8 1, 18 | decay, ~as the Philosopher shows (Phys. viii, 56,57). Since 9 1, 19 | indirectly and ~accidentally. He shows it directly when he works 10 1, 19 | will is his own working. He shows it ~indirectly, by not hindering 11 1, 20 | creatures, as the Philosopher shows (Ethic. viii, 2). Therefore 12 1, 21 | and in effects of will, shows forth the justice of God. 13 1, 21 | that virtue whereby a man shows himself in word and deed 14 1, 23 | Reply OBJ 1: This argument shows that predestination is not 15 1, 25 | non-temporal movement. And he shows that ~the power of the mover 16 1, 27 | Son. Careful examination shows that both of these ~opinions 17 1, 30 | mode of expression itself shows that this term ~"person" 18 1, 33 | specifically, the same, shows ~that generation, and consequently 19 1, 33 | is applied ~to a man who shows something of a lion's nature, 20 1, 36 | for Hilary (De Trin. viii) shows that the "Spirit of God" ~ 21 1, 45 | called a "trace": for a trace shows that someone has passed 22 1, 45 | and so in that manner it shows the ~Person of the Father, 23 1, 47 | of things created by God shows the unity ~of the world. 24 1, 48 | contraries, as the ~Philosopher shows (Praedic. x) by the fact 25 1, 58 | negative forms of ~speech, shows that they know both composition 26 1, 60 | things devoid of reason shows the nature of the ~natural 27 1, 62 | the fall of some of them shows this. Therefore the angels ~ 28 1, 65 | imitates, as it were, and ~shows forth the Divine goodness, 29 1, 65 | Further, diversity of effects shows diversity of causes, since ~ 30 1, 68 | a ~sphere, as experience shows. Therefore, since the firmament 31 1, 75 | certain principles, which shows ~clearly that the soul is 32 1, 46 | called a "trace": for a trace shows that someone has passed 33 1, 46 | and so in that manner it shows the ~Person of the Father, 34 1, 48 | of things created by God shows the unity ~of the world. 35 1, 49 | contraries, as the ~Philosopher shows (Praedic. x) by the fact 36 1, 59 | negative forms of ~speech, shows that they know both composition 37 1, 61 | things devoid of reason shows the nature of the ~natural 38 1, 63 | the fall of some of them shows this. Therefore the angels ~ 39 1, 66 | imitates, as it were, and ~shows forth the Divine goodness, 40 1, 66 | Further, diversity of effects shows diversity of causes, since ~ 41 1, 69 | a ~sphere, as experience shows. Therefore, since the firmament 42 1, 74 | certain principles, which shows ~clearly that the soul is 43 1, 84 | the contrary, Experience shows that some understand more 44 1, 88 | phantasms, as experience shows. Did this not proceed from 45 1, 94 | possessed grace; but ~that God shows first what their free-will 46 1, 102 | arrow towards a definite end shows clearly that it is ~directed 47 1, 102 | which are without knowledge, shows clearly that the world is ~ 48 1, 102 | the movement of the arrow shows ~the action of the archer, 49 1, 102 | natural necessity of things shows the ~government of Divine 50 1, 103 | the nature of creatures shows that none of them is annihilated. 51 1, 103 | non-existence, clearly shows the power of Him Who made 52 1, 105 | And this good He alone shows, that it ~may be seen by 53 1, 106 | by ~the very fact that He shows to their hearts His hidden 54 1, 107 | authority, as the Philosopher shows (Metaph. xii, Did. ~xi, 55 1, 110 | above stated; so that he ~shows man what he [the angel] 56 1, 114 | qualities of corporeal fire, "it shows its greatness in its action 57 2, 1 | it is the definition that shows the specific ~nature. And 58 2, 2 | them: ~and this very fact shows that they are imperfect, 59 2, 17 | separated from one another shows that they are different 60 2, 17 | soul do not obey reason, shows that they rank ~lowest.~ 61 2, 20 | therefore desist therefrom, this shows his will ~to be all the 62 2, 28 | heart, whereby the heart shows itself to be ready for ~ 63 2, 40 | acting with ease: because it shows something to be ~possible; 64 2, 51 | the ~Posterior Analytics shows that knowledge of principles 65 2, 62 | Augustine (De Moribus Eccl. xv) shows how the four ~cardinal virtues 66 2, 66 | use of it. Now experience shows that a man is ~more pleased 67 2, 66 | theological virtues: it only shows the ~object. And this appetitive 68 2, 69 | oneself or among others, shows a man to be ~a follower 69 2, 71 | Law of God," as Augustine shows (Contra Faust. xxii, 27). 70 2, 74 | OBJ 2: Further, the object shows to which power an act belongs, 71 2, 77 | 2/2~Experience, however, shows that many act contrary to 72 2, 77 | in so far, to wit, ~as it shows the intensity of the will 73 2, 83 | reason, in so far "as it shows us how a number of things ~ 74 2, 97 | change in man, then custom ~shows that the law is no longer 75 2, 100 | reflection of wise men ~shows to be in accord with reason; 76 2, 102 | attire of ~the body . . . " shows "what he is." Hence the 77 2, 104 | rich, as the Philosopher shows (Polit. iv, 1). ~Consequently 78 2, 107 | the Old, ~as the Apostle shows in the same place. Therefore 79 2, 107 | as ~the Master Himself shows in the Gospel: both because 80 2, 108 | reverence to God. Hence Our Lord shows that an oath ~is not desirable 81 2, 11 | object; but the ultimate end shows ~that the act of adultery 82 2, 18 | Divine law, as Augustine shows ~(De Trin. xii, 14). Accordingly 83 2, 21 | other hand filial fear which shows reverence to God, is a sort 84 2, 22 | character of arduous: ~and this shows that charity is more perfect 85 2, 24 | signs of love, which one shows to certain ~persons in particular: 86 2, 26 | kind of union, as Dionysius shows (Div. Nom. ~iv). But the 87 2, 33 | Monast. x): "Experience shows that the onslaught of sloth 88 2, 33 | being a proof of ~humility, shows him to be ungrateful: and 89 2, 33 | body," when, ~to wit, a man shows the unsteadiness of his 90 2, 34 | the very exterior itself shows how ~forcibly the mind is 91 2, 43 | fear and worship God, this shows that he has a right judgment 92 2, 55 | man, ~as the Philosopher shows (Polit. ii, 2).~Aquin.: 93 2, 58 | condemning another, ~he shows himself to be equally deserving 94 2, 66 | The rashness of ~accusers shows itself in three ways. For 95 2, 77 | the very term "decline" ~shows. This is meritorious; especially 96 2, 81 | belong to religion. Now man shows reverence to ~God by means 97 2, 81 | for by omitting it, ~he shows that the third petition 98 2, 85 | Testament, as the Apostle shows (2 Cor. ~3:7,8).~Aquin.: 99 2, 87 | oath in his epistles, he shows ~how we are to understand 100 2, 87 | knowledge; ~and thus in a way he shows reverence to God. For this 101 2, 90 | circumstances, as the ~Philosopher shows (Ethic. iv, 1,2,3).~Aquin.: 102 2, 93 | reason, as the Philosopher shows ~(De Anima iii, 4,9). Now 103 2, 93 | reason, as the Philosopher shows (De Anima iii, ~11; Ethic. 104 2, 107 | act bravely: and that he shows his fortitude ~by acting 105 2, 107 | whereby, to wit, a man shows one thing outwardly while 106 2, 107 | in life and in ~speech, shows himself to be such as he 107 2, 109 | he is evil within," ~he "shows himself outwardly as being 108 2, 109 | to truth ~whereby a man shows himself in life and speech 109 2, 115 | keeping and ownership, and shows his mind to be free of ~ 110 2, 122 | deeds, whereby a person shows that he has faith, ~according 111 2, 127 | faculty, as its very name shows, since "magnanimity" ~signifies 112 2, 127 | and grateful. Wherefore he shows himself ready to ~perform 113 2, 128 | presumption, as its ~very name shows. Wherefore it is evident 114 2, 150 | life, as ~the Philosopher shows (Ethic. x, 7), and as our 115 2, 159 | divine reverence, which shows ~that man ought not to ascribe 116 2, 160 | to right reason, and this shows it to have the ~character 117 2, 160 | disproves the assertion, and shows that ~not all sins are committed 118 2, 163 | something to man ~spiritually, shows the devil to have more power 119 2, 165 | Although this argument shows that the knowledge of truth 120 2, 166 | man, by word and ~deed, shows himself to be such as he 121 2, 172 | prophecy, ~if he who speaks or shows something to the waking 122 2, 173 | third heaven." Now this ~shows that he knew whether he 123 2, 178 | that "the Divine glory shows us the angelic hierarchies 124 2, 182 | ii, qu. 11): "Our Lord shows that the ~children of wisdom 125 2, 182 | perfection. ~This very fact shows the excellence of the religious 126 2, 183 | coal taken from the ~altar, shows us that no one should dare 127 2, 183 | is ~long a-coming," which shows contempt of God's judgment, " 128 2, 185 | attire . . . of the man" shows "what he is." In this way ~ 129 2, 186 | for ~the Blessed Antony shows the danger of so doing, 130 2, 186 | nature. Wherefore Jerome shows by the ~words of our Lord, 131 2, 186 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Solomon shows that two are better than 132 2, 187 | to fast until Pentecost, shows that no difficult things ~ 133 2, 187 | that were at his house, he shows he was somewhat ~of two 134 3, 5 | ate, ~slept and was weary shows that He had a true human 135 3, 11 | the angels, as Dionysius ~shows (Div. Nom. vii). Therefore 136 3, 18 | own words and saying ~'He shows that His will was truly 137 3, 18 | but what Thou wilt' He shows Himself to have ~willed 138 3, 20 | De Trin. i, 7): "Truth shows in this ~way" (i.e. whereby 139 3, 21 | Christ acting as a man, shows the proper will of a man 140 3, 29 | of the ~Scriptures, too, shows that the ancestry of the 141 3, 31 | Son of Man. Moreover he shows sufficiently that he ~does 142 3, 35 | termini, as the Philosopher shows ~(Phys. v). But, in Christ 143 3, 37 | Law," the Evangelist Luke shows ~that both these precepts 144 3, 38 | of one who was to come, shows that he did not give the 145 3, 39 | philosophical truth, and shows them that God has neither ~ 146 3, 44 | sent to seek thee': which shows that they sought him among ~ 147 3, 44 | into wine, for there He ~shows His power over inanimate 148 3, 44 | was not seized by ~them, shows the power of His Godhead"; 149 3, 45 | In ~His mortal body He shows forth, not the state of 150 3, 47 | My Father." Now all this shows that while they beheld ~ 151 3, 47 | to aggravate it: for it shows that a man is so strongly 152 3, 48 | the very word "sacrifice" shows. But those men who slew 153 3, 51 | great stone" which was set shows ~that "the tomb could not 154 3, 51 | Christ remained in the tomb ~shows forth the effect of His 155 3, 54 | sight, as the Philosopher shows (De Anima ii). ~Consequently, 156 3, 55 | was a true Resurrection He shows first on ~the part of the 157 3, 55 | of the body; and this He shows in three respects; first 158 3, 55 | to have." Secondly, He ~shows that it was a human body, 159 3, 55 | to behold. Thirdly, He shows that it was identically 160 3, 55 | because change of features shows more than anything else ~ 161 3, 64 | Consequently, when a man shows himself ~as a minister of 162 3, 66 | element, as the Philosopher shows (Meteor. ii). Yet this water 163 3, 74 | sacraments under the Old Law, shows forth Christ's ~Passion 164 3, 75 | things unseen, as ~Christ shows us His Godhead invisibly, 165 3, 75 | also in this sacrament He shows ~us His flesh in an invisible 166 3, 77 | diversity of the ~accidents shows: for instance, if one wine 167 3, 80 | believer who is in sin; and shows greater contempt towards 168 3, 80 | daily, ~because, as Baptism shows forth our Lord's Passion, 169 3, 82 | partaking of the sacrifice he ~shows that the inner one is likewise 170 3, 82 | sacrifice to the people he shows that he is the dispenser ~ 171 3, 84 | sinner, by deed and word, shows ~his heart to have renounced 172 3, 84 | penance is that whereby a man shows external signs of sorrow, ~ 173 3, 86 | dumb and deaf, whereby He shows us that we are ~never healed 174 3, 88 | justice, as the Philosopher shows (Ethic. v, 5). But justice 175 Suppl, 7 | virtue of truth that a man shows ~himself to be what he is. 176 Suppl, 17| but the key of knowledge shows to whom that lock should 177 Suppl, 24| unwilling to be ~absolved, he shows a high degree of contumacy. 178 Suppl, 28| fulfilling his penance, shows that he has been ~to confession.~ 179 Suppl, 37| of the devil. This, too, shows the degrees of Order to ~ 180 Suppl, 58| enters the contract, this ~shows that the latter seeks some 181 Suppl, 64| pay it, ~whenever his wife shows signs of wishing him to 182 Suppl, 64| 2: The authority quoted shows not that it is a mortal 183 Suppl, 66| Reply OBJ 1: This Decretal shows that there is the same difficulty ~ 184 Suppl, 67| 1~Reply OBJ 3: Our Lord shows the superabundance of the 185 Suppl, 72| action of an instrument shows forth the virtue of the 186 Suppl, 72| the instrument, since it shows forth the virtue of the 187 Suppl, 72| Anima ii, ~2), where he shows that the soul is united 188 Suppl, 72| alone, as the ~Philosopher shows (De Anima i, 4). And since 189 Suppl, 73| resurrection. For raising the dead shows a greater power than does ~ 190 Suppl, 76| natural change. For he shows the difference between the 191 Suppl, 89| Dionysius (De Myst. Theol. i) shows that the most ~perfect way 192 Suppl, 89| Now the Divine essence shows a ~thing forth more clearly 193 Suppl, 92| 8). Accordingly Boethius shows that these ~five things 194 Suppl, 94| beneath the earth." He ~shows the latter opinion to be


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