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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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maintained

    Part, Question
1 1, 29 | argue. Seeing this, others maintained that this word "person" ~ 2 1, 32 | universe, they consequently ~maintained the existence of another 3 1, 50 | view it would have to be maintained that the number of the separate ~ 4 1, 50 | It must necessarily be maintained that the angels are ~incorruptible 5 1, 51 | of the Platonists, who maintained that there are some aerial 6 1, 51 | I answer that, Some have maintained that the angels never assume ~ 7 1, 53 | I answer that, Some have maintained that the local movement 8 1, 60 | There have been some who maintained that an angel loves ~God 9 1, 62 | said, as some ~others have maintained, that the angels merit beatitude 10 1, 63 | I answer that, Some have maintained that the demons were wicked ~ 11 1, 63 | creation. This must be maintained if it be held that he elicited 12 1, 64 | 2~Reply OBJ 3: Some have maintained that the pain of sense for 13 1, 65 | spiritual creatures. For he maintained that God ~in the beginning 14 1, 65 | I answer that, Some have maintained that creatures proceeded 15 1, 65 | and certain others, have maintained that ~the forms of corporeal 16 1, 66 | natural philosophers, who maintained that primary matter was 17 1, 66 | ancient ~natural philosophers maintained confusion devoid of all 18 1, 66 | supposing that Augustine maintained ~an empyrean heaven in the 19 1, 67 | But this cannot well be ~maintained, as in the beginning of 20 1, 75 | is ~nothing: hence they maintained that the soul is something 21 1, 75 | existed ~but bodies, they maintained that every mover is moved; 22 1, 76 | his whole self, as Plato maintained, ~holding that man is an 23 1, 76 | This is clear if, as Plato maintained, man is the intellect ~itself. 24 1, 76 | opinion of Plato might be maintained if, as he held, the soul 25 1, 76 | something of that sort - maintained ~that nothing is generated 26 1, 76 | R.O. 4 Para. 2/3~Averroes maintained that the forms of elements, 27 1, 76 | the opinions of those who maintained ~the existence of some mediate 28 1, 77 | essence, although some have maintained it. For the present purpose ~ 29 1, 51 | view it would have to be maintained that the number of the separate ~ 30 1, 51 | It must necessarily be maintained that the angels are ~incorruptible 31 1, 52 | of the Platonists, who maintained that there are some aerial 32 1, 52 | I answer that, Some have maintained that the angels never assume ~ 33 1, 54 | I answer that, Some have maintained that the local movement 34 1, 61 | There have been some who maintained that an angel loves ~God 35 1, 63 | said, as some ~others have maintained, that the angels merit beatitude 36 1, 64 | I answer that, Some have maintained that the demons were wicked ~ 37 1, 64 | creation. This must be maintained if it be held that he elicited 38 1, 65 | 2~Reply OBJ 3: Some have maintained that the pain of sense for 39 1, 66 | spiritual creatures. For he maintained that God ~in the beginning 40 1, 66 | I answer that, Some have maintained that creatures proceeded 41 1, 66 | and certain others, have maintained that ~the forms of corporeal 42 1, 67 | natural philosophers, who maintained that primary matter was 43 1, 67 | ancient ~natural philosophers maintained confusion devoid of all 44 1, 67 | supposing that Augustine maintained ~an empyrean heaven in the 45 1, 68 | But this cannot well be ~maintained, as in the beginning of 46 1, 74 | is ~nothing: hence they maintained that the soul is something 47 1, 74 | existed ~but bodies, they maintained that every mover is moved; 48 1, 75 | his whole self, as Plato maintained, ~holding that man is an 49 1, 75 | This is clear if, as Plato maintained, man is the intellect ~itself. 50 1, 75 | opinion of Plato might be maintained if, as he held, the soul 51 1, 75 | something of that sort - maintained ~that nothing is generated 52 1, 75 | R.O. 4 Para. 2/3~Averroes maintained that the forms of elements, 53 1, 75 | the opinions of those who maintained ~the existence of some mediate 54 1, 76 | essence, although some have maintained it. For the present purpose ~ 55 1, 83 | truth through the intellect, maintained that, besides these ~things 56 1, 83 | the soul materially, ~they maintained that all the soul's knowledge 57 1, 83 | operation. For Democritus maintained ~that every operation is 58 1, 84 | opinion of the ancients who ~maintained that "whatever seems, is 59 1, 84 | forms), as the Platonists maintained, it would follow that a ~ 60 1, 85 | ideas as the Platonists ~maintained, because in that case the 61 1, 114 | This is why the Platonists maintained the existence of separate 62 1, 114 | corporeal ~organs, as some maintained, holding that intellect 63 1, 117 | I answer that, Some have maintained that it is accidental to 64 2, 4 | vision of God, some have ~maintained that it is not possible 65 2, 4 | perfect Happiness, some have maintained that no ~disposition of 66 2, 9 | Para. 2/3~But some have maintained that heavenly bodies have 67 2, 24 | while the Peripatetics maintained that moderate passions are 68 2, 26 | evil ~things, as some have maintained," according to Augustine ( 69 2, 31 | as Plato [*Phileb. 32,33] maintained, but a "complete ~fact," 70 2, 34 | Ethic. x, 2,[3] some have maintained that ~all pleasure is evil. 71 2, 34 | While some of the Stoics maintained that all pleasures ~are 72 2, 34 | with the Epicureans, who maintained that all ~pleasures are 73 2, 36 | or sorrow, as some have ~maintained: whose opinion is refuted 74 2, 50 | species of ~quality, as some maintained, differ from qualities of 75 2, 58 | Ethic. vi, 13. Hence he maintained that as long as man is in 76 2, 58 | reason, as the ~Platonists maintained [*Cf. Plato, Meno xli.]; 77 2, 59 | says (De Civ. ~Dei ix, 4), maintained that the passions are compatible 78 2, 59 | passions being, as they maintained, any emotions ~in disaccord 79 2, 59 | deliberately; as ~the Stoics maintained. But if the passions be 80 2, 63 | corporeal forms, it has been maintained by ~some that they are wholly 81 2, 63 | intellect, as Avicenna ~maintained. Others said that sciences 82 2, 64 | heresy of Nestorius, who maintained the existence of two ~persons 83 2, 81 | sin is the rational soul, maintained that the rational soul is ~ 84 2, 93 | Reply OBJ 3: A thing is maintained in the end and moved towards 85 2, 93 | eternal law that ~some are maintained in a happy state, others 86 2, 96 | human ~society could not be maintained: thus human law prohibits 87 2, 99 | determinations of the justice to be ~maintained among men. Wherefore the 88 2, 100 | not possible, as Pelagius maintained, for man to ~fulfil the 89 2, 103 | of mortal sin. Hence he maintained that after the Passion the 90 2, 106 | like manner the ~Manicheans maintained that it was fulfilled in 91 2, 25 | wish God's ~justice to be maintained, in accordance with which 92 2, 56 | equality ~that should be maintained in external things, while 93 2, 92 | divine power, as Hermes maintained, as though ~they were composed 94 2, 92 | it be said, as some have maintained, that "these visible ~sacrifices 95 2, 98 | former in their ravings maintained that the Holy Spirit ~of 96 2, 112 | And it behooves man to be maintained in a ~becoming order towards 97 2, 149 | nature of the ~individual is maintained differ generically from 98 2, 160 | of all. For the ~first is maintained in all that follows. Now 99 2, 162 | integrity of human nature was maintained. ~But the defects resulting 100 2, 162 | integrity of human nature was maintained in them, and by the withdrawal ~ 101 2, 171 | knowledge of the blessed, have maintained that the prophets see the ~ 102 2, 171 | Priscilla and Montanus ~maintained. But as regards the prophetic 103 2, 182 | he says that the Arians ~maintained that "no distinction existed 104 3, 2 | one person in Christ, but ~maintained two hypostases, or two supposita, 105 3, 5 | Christ ~would not have been maintained had His body been an imaginary 106 3, 5 | likewise it would not have been maintained if we ~supposed, as did 107 3, 6 | Peri Archon i, 7,8; ii, 8) maintained that all ~souls, amongst 108 3, 16 | Catholics on the other hand maintained that words which are said 109 3, 16 | than ~the Father, so he maintained that He began to be, saying " 110 3, 17 | but accidentally, as some maintained, it ~would be necessary 111 3, 18 | intellectual soul in Christ, but maintained that the Word was in place ~ 112 3, 18 | Him. Nestorius, too, who maintained that ~the union of God and 113 3, 26 | 1109), the doctrine was maintained ~by Eadmer (1137). Nicolas 114 3, 28 | Christ to be a mere man, and maintained ~that He was born of both 115 3, 30 | that in this also might be maintained the order established by 116 3, 33 | as the heretic Photinus maintained. Rather is it to ~be considered 117 3, 35 | as the heretic Valentine ~maintained, but was taken from the 118 3, 35 | Word of God, as Nestorius maintained. But ~both of these are 119 3, 52 | speaking there against such as maintained that ~the righteous of old 120 3, 54 | Bishop of Constantinople, who maintained that "our body in that glory 121 3, 59 | Consequently, it must be maintained that after death man enters 122 3, 63 | of quality as some have ~maintained.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[63] A[ 123 3, 72 | Bonaventure, Sent. iv, D, 7) have maintained that this sacrament was ~ 124 3, 74 | I answer that, Some have maintained that the priest could not 125 3, 74 | side. But this cannot be maintained reasonably, because ~according 126 3, 75 | s flesh and ~blood, have maintained that by the consecration, 127 3, 77 | foreign to it. Nor can it be maintained that ~this is done miraculously 128 3, 77 | which account some have maintained that dimensions are ~the 129 3, 77 | the second, it must be ~maintained that the principle of individuation 130 3, 77 | sacrament, then, as some have maintained, it ~would be easy to account 131 3, 78 | Accordingly, others have maintained that this blessing was effected 132 3, 78 | regarding this form. Some have ~maintained that the words "This is 133 3, 78 | I answer that, Some have maintained that neither in the above 134 3, 78 | this account that they who maintained the above ~opinion seem 135 3, 81 | De Sacr. Alt. Myst. ~iv), maintained, that before the Passion, 136 3, 88 | 5~Accordingly some have maintained that they return simply 137 3, 88 | 3/5~Wherefore others who maintained the possibility of sins 138 3, 88 | I answer that, Some have maintained that the debt of punishment 139 Suppl, 8 | parish; about whom some had maintained that ~from the very fact 140 Suppl, 22| excommunicate. Others, however, have maintained that even parish priests ~ 141 Suppl, 25| Para. 2/5~Hence others have maintained that indulgences avail as 142 Suppl, 41| intention of nature can ~be maintained would seem not to be natural. 143 Suppl, 42| thereof. But this cannot be maintained, for in ~that case it would 144 Suppl, 42| works. But this ~cannot be maintained, since the same grace hinders 145 Suppl, 58| 3~Wherefore others have maintained that witchcraft can set 146 Suppl, 69| way as bodies which are maintained by their respective ~places: 147 Suppl, 70| mover moves ~itself, and he maintained that the soul is the cause 148 Suppl, 70| its authority should be maintained, it must be ~said that the 149 Suppl, 70| opinion of the Platonists who maintained this as stated above.~Aquin.: 150 Suppl, 71| not absolutely as Origen maintained, ~but for a time, namely 151 Suppl, 72| evil, as the Manichees maintained, saying that evil and good 152 Suppl, 72| Body Para. 3/5~Hence others maintained that after this there is 153 Suppl, 74| heavens will never cease, ~maintained that human souls will return 154 Suppl, 77| question. For ~some have maintained that nothing begins anew 155 Suppl, 80| 44). ~But this cannot be maintained. First, because a body cannot 156 Suppl, 80| But this again cannot be ~maintained, because our Lord had a 157 Suppl, 80| answer that, It cannot be maintained that a glorified body, by 158 Suppl, 80| reasons why this cannot be maintained. First, because the ~grossness 159 Suppl, 88| Origen (Peri Archon. ii, 3) maintained, and after this world there 160 Suppl, 89| God, so the philosophers maintained that man's ultimate ~happiness 161 Suppl, 89| things, ~as the first opinion maintained, nor an impression left 162 Suppl, 90| remains there at rest and is maintained therein. Hence in ~every 163 Suppl, 94| philosophers of old, who maintained that souls return to the ~ 164 Suppl, 94| Anima i, text. 53) to have ~maintained. As to the statement of 165 Suppl, 94| some philosophers have maintained that hell is situated beneath 166 Suppl, 96| punished. Wherefore just as he maintained that the demons and the 167 Suppl, 96| their sufferings, so he ~maintained that the angels and the 168 Suppl, 96| And therefore some have maintained that those ~alone are exempt 169 Suppl, 96| Dei ~xxi, 22), some have maintained that not all who have professed


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