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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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acquire

    Part, Question
1 1, 9 | of all being, He cannot acquire anything ~new, nor extend 2 1, 12 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, we can acquire the knowledge of divine 3 1, 18 | movement, which form they acquire of themselves. Of this ~ 4 1, 19 | their own ~proper good, to acquire it if not possessed, and, 5 1, 23 | reprobated by God cannot acquire grace, ~nevertheless that 6 1, 44 | every creature intends to acquire its own ~perfection, which 7 1, 51 | substances, which do not need to acquire knowledge from ~sensible 8 1, 58 | that the "angels do not ~acquire Divine knowledge from separate 9 1, 58 | principles. But human souls which acquire knowledge of truth by the ~ 10 1, 58 | effects: yet ~they do not acquire knowledge of an unknown 11 1, 60 | proceed from principles to acquire the ~knowledge of conclusions. 12 1, 62 | Because the angel does not acquire such beatitude by any ~progressive 13 1, 62 | was such. For the Blessed acquire such joy from the ~virtue 14 1, 75 | accidents and material forms, acquire existence or lost ~it through 15 1, 77 | lowest order of things cannot acquire perfect goodness, but they ~ 16 1, 77 | perfect goodness, but they ~acquire a certain imperfect goodness, 17 1, 77 | belong to a higher order acquire perfect goodness by many 18 1, 77 | movements; and ~those yet higher acquire perfect goodness by few 19 1, 77 | found in those things which acquire perfect ~goodness without 20 1, 77 | of health, who can only acquire imperfect health by means 21 1, 77 | better disposed is he who can acquire perfect health by means ~ 22 1, 77 | things which are below man acquire a certain limited ~goodness; 23 1, 77 | and powers. But ~man can acquire universal and perfect goodness, 24 1, 77 | goodness, because he can acquire ~beatitude. Yet he is in 25 1, 77 | creatures, in being able to acquire perfect goodness; ~although 26 1, 45 | every creature intends to acquire its own ~perfection, which 27 1, 52 | substances, which do not need to acquire knowledge from ~sensible 28 1, 59 | that the "angels do not ~acquire Divine knowledge from separate 29 1, 59 | principles. But human souls which acquire knowledge of truth by the ~ 30 1, 59 | effects: yet ~they do not acquire knowledge of an unknown 31 1, 61 | proceed from principles to acquire the ~knowledge of conclusions. 32 1, 63 | Because the angel does not acquire such beatitude by any ~progressive 33 1, 63 | was such. For the Blessed acquire such joy from the ~virtue 34 1, 74 | accidents and material forms, acquire existence or lost ~it through 35 1, 76 | lowest order of things cannot acquire perfect goodness, but they ~ 36 1, 76 | perfect goodness, but they ~acquire a certain imperfect goodness, 37 1, 76 | belong to a higher order acquire perfect goodness by many 38 1, 76 | movements; and ~those yet higher acquire perfect goodness by few 39 1, 76 | found in those things which acquire perfect ~goodness without 40 1, 76 | of health, who can only acquire imperfect health by means 41 1, 76 | better disposed is he who can acquire perfect health by means ~ 42 1, 76 | things which are below man acquire a certain limited ~goodness; 43 1, 76 | and powers. But ~man can acquire universal and perfect goodness, 44 1, 76 | goodness, because he can acquire ~beatitude. Yet he is in 45 1, 76 | creatures, in being able to acquire perfect goodness; ~although 46 1, 82 | is in our power either to acquire them, ~whether by causing 47 1, 83 | of things even before we ~acquire knowledge; which would not 48 1, 84 | things ~thus considered we acquire some knowledge of immaterial 49 1, 84 | perfection all at once but acquire it by degrees: ~so likewise 50 1, 84 | human intellect does not acquire perfect knowledge by the ~ 51 1, 85 | since ~by understanding we acquire knowledge, as is said Ethic. 52 1, 87 | nature; whereas we cannot acquire any such ~knowledge at all 53 1, 88 | weaker ~intellect fail to acquire perfect knowledge through 54 1, 88 | aforesaid sensitive powers ~acquire a certain aptitude in seconding 55 1, 93 | kind from ours, which ~we acquire from things themselves.~ 56 1, 93 | of all things, but they acquire it in the course of time ~ 57 1, 100 | it is natural for man to acquire knowledge through the senses, 58 1, 102 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: We may acquire some good in many ways: 59 1, 107 | consider the end; then we acquire perfect knowledge of the 60 1, 116 | knowledge, and does not acquire it from the master. If they 61 1, 116 | the ~disciple does not acquire fresh knowledge from his 62 2, 1 | to other creatures, which acquire their last end, in so far 63 2, 3 | A[2]), that man cannot acquire through sensibles, the ~ 64 2, 4 | happiness which man can acquire in ~this life, it is evident 65 2, 6 | not take the trouble ~to acquire the knowledge which one 66 2, 12 | the man who ~intends to acquire wealth, from intending both 67 2, 21 | OBJ 3: Further, if a man acquire some good for himself, he 68 2, 21 | actions, ~good and evil, acquire merit or demerit, in the 69 2, 21 | evident that human actions acquire merit or demerit in ~reference 70 2, 23 | animal nature can easily acquire or avoid; therefore this 71 2, 51 | tongues, ~which men can acquire by study or by custom, but 72 2, 54 | that the subject ~does not acquire all at once a firm and difficultly 73 2, 65 | all such matters, he will acquire the habits ~of all the moral 74 2, 65 | concupiscence; ~he will indeed acquire a certain habit of restraining 75 2, 65 | sum of money, he would ~acquire the habit of magnificence 76 2, 65 | than its part," he cannot acquire the science of geometry, ~ 77 2, 65 | means of ~human works to acquire moral virtues, in so far 78 2, 65 | but which one proposes to ~acquire at some future time, will 79 2, 76 | what one ought, in order to acquire the knowledge which we ~ 80 2, 76 | difference, since man can acquire knowledge by his acts, whereas 81 2, 76 | occupations, neglects to acquire the ~knowledge which would 82 2, 84 | of a man who declines to acquire spiritual goods on ~account 83 2, 88 | For an action does not acquire a new species ~through being 84 2, 97 | acts of man. But we ~cannot acquire perfect knowledge in singular 85 2, 110 | He ~loves, that they may acquire supernatural good, than 86 2, 110 | He loves that they may acquire natural good. Now He so 87 2, 110 | sweetly ~and promptly to acquire eternal good; and thus the 88 2, 113 | a man does not naturally acquire ~justifying grace by his 89 2, 1 | Christ. But as they did not acquire this hope save through Christ, 90 2, 1 | they should endeavor to acquire ~it.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[1] 91 2, 2 | believe, in order that he may acquire science in a perfect degree; ~ 92 2, 10 | altogether forbids unbelievers to acquire dominion over ~believers, 93 2, 23 | puberty when he begins to ~acquire the power of generation, 94 2, 25 | love, as being a way to acquire love. It is in this way 95 2, 34 | fear lest another should acquire that power." ~Consequently 96 2, 43 | Divine things which ~man can acquire by his natural endowments, 97 2, 47 | man being well disposed to acquire a right opinion from another 98 2, 47 | is an apt disposition to acquire a right estimate by oneself, ~ 99 2, 50 | not only when we first acquire them, but also as ~long 100 2, 64 | though he ~purposed thus to acquire the right of possessing 101 2, 75 | in every man's power to acquire that justice ~whereby he 102 2, 75 | gain which he ~seeks to acquire by trading for the upkeep 103 2, 81 | good, namely, that we may ~acquire confidence in having recourse 104 2, 93 | all divinations seek to acquire ~foreknowledge of future 105 2, 93 | Consequently it is impossible to acquire ~foreknowledge of the future 106 2, 93 | these animals (since they acquire through ~the heavenly bodies 107 2, 94 | by means of this art to acquire science in a manner ~connatural 108 2, 94 | wherefore never did anyone acquire knowledge by means of the 109 2, 94 | 1: It is a good thing to acquire knowledge, but it is not 110 2, 94 | but it is not good ~to acquire it by undue means, and it 111 2, 94 | are. Now natural bodies acquire certain occult ~forces resulting 112 2, 94 | bodies, e.g. images, also acquire from the ~heavenly bodies 113 2, 94 | substantial forms which they acquire through the influence of 114 2, 94 | this same influence they acquire certain active ~forces. 115 2, 113 | to avoid some evil, or to acquire something in a case ~of 116 2, 114 | intends by deception to acquire undue honor or gain: while 117 2, 116 | this measure, by wishing to acquire or keep ~them immoderately. 118 2, 117 | so that he is driven to acquire unduly, and ~this pertains 119 2, 117 | since the prodigal seeks to ~acquire some temporal good inordinately, 120 2, 122 | of martyrdom which others acquire by their own ~will. For 121 2, 130 | that he thinks thereby to acquire a certain renown in the ~ 122 2, 170 | Therefore the soul can ~acquire prophecy naturally.~Aquin.: 123 2, 170 | future, but that they can ~acquire it by means of experience, 124 2, 178 | First, because it does ~not acquire intelligible truth from 125 2, 183 | ecclesiastical goods which they acquire. For Ambrose ~[*Basil, Serm. 126 2, 183 | restore whatever he may acquire.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[185] A[ 127 2, 184 | but to study ~in order to acquire knowledge. Wherefore as 128 2, 184 | attained to perfection, acquire perfection by obeying, while 129 2, 186 | ad Paulin.) urges him to acquire ~learning in the monastic 130 2, 186 | Paulin.), "whatever others acquire by exercise and daily meditation 131 2, 186 | description should ~not acquire the merit of martyrdom in 132 2, 186 | supply that which others acquire by practice, as in the case ~ 133 3, 11 | comparison, as used ~to acquire knowledge.~Aquin.: SMT TP 134 3, 12 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, to acquire knowledge from a man's teaching 135 3, 12 | seems more ~noble than to acquire it from sensible things, 136 3, 12 | is required for a man to acquire ~knowledge by discovery, 137 3, 12 | discovery, so also that he may acquire it by being taught. ~But 138 3, 40 | by abstinence other men acquire the power of ~self-restraint, 139 3, 41 | something wrong in order to acquire such things. And so the 140 3, 45 | it is in baptism ~that we acquire grace, while the clarity 141 3, 57 | soul: nevertheless He did acquire ~something as to the fittingness 142 3, 59 | seem that Christ did not acquire His judiciary power by ~ 143 3, 60 | part of man's nature ~to acquire knowledge of the intelligible 144 3, 69 | Therefore man does not acquire grace and virtue in Baptism.~ 145 3, 77 | this sacrament, as they acquire the manner of being of ~ 146 3, 79 | recipients, a man might happen to acquire grace and glory and ~forgiveness 147 3, 83 | grace, but because ~they acquire special spiritual virtue 148 3, 83 | Para. 3/3~And since they acquire special spiritual virtue 149 Suppl, 8 | Now a priest does not acquire jurisdiction over a man 150 Suppl, 13| fast; nor does one man acquire the habit of well-doing, 151 Suppl, 14| bounty of God, no one can acquire a claim to any of them, 152 Suppl, 15| act of the sufferer they acquire a ~satisfactory character. 153 Suppl, 29| Hence the matter needs to acquire this ~virtue from a higher 154 Suppl, 36| probability that the ordained will acquire that knowledge even if he ~ 155 Suppl, 36| that he is on the road to ~acquire it.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[36] 156 Suppl, 36| Reply OBJ 2: Natural things acquire a degree of superiority 157 Suppl, 40| appointed to the Divine service ~acquire a royal dignity and ought 158 Suppl, 49| by ~intending to keep or acquire bodily health. Therefore 159 Suppl, 55| wife. Therefore they do not acquire any ~relationship of affinity. ~ 160 Suppl, 55| after a long time a man may acquire by prescription the ~ownership 161 Suppl, 71| united together by charity acquire some benefit from one another' 162 Suppl, 71| as it is that one should ~acquire some advantage from deeds 163 Suppl, 79| learning ~whereby they may acquire knowledge, but for the sake 164 Suppl, 88| subject which thereby can acquire a perfect ~participation 165 Suppl, 88| is altogether unable to acquire that perfection by movement. 166 Suppl, 93| by our labors we ~shall acquire for the future life is called


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