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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 7 | necessary; which line he calls infinite.~Aquin.: SMT FP 2 1, 20 | whether real or imaginary, ~calls forth our love, by which 3 1, 21 | Philosopher (Ethic. v, 4) calls ~commutative justice, that 4 1, 21 | gift. Hence the Apostle calls ~remission a forgiving: " 5 1, 23 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Damascene calls predestination an imposition 6 1, 41 | Reply OBJ 2: The Apostle calls Christ the Son of the love 7 1, 49 | Contra Julian. i): "The Lord calls an ~evil will the evil tree, 8 1, 50 | perfection of ~the angelic nature calls for the multiplying of species, 9 1, 51 | Gregory (Hom. x in Ev.) calls an angel a rational ~animal. 10 1, 51 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Gregory calls the angel a rational animal 11 1, 58 | substances: for Dionysius calls them "heavenly minds" ~( 12 1, 65 | of assimilation, or as he calls it, ~"participation" (Phaedo 13 1, 68 | higher region of ~fire he calls the fiery heaven; the lower, 14 1, 68 | higher region of air he calls, from its ~brightness, the 15 1, 41 | Reply OBJ 2: The Apostle calls Christ the Son of the love 16 1, 50 | Contra Julian. i): "The Lord calls an ~evil will the evil tree, 17 1, 51 | perfection of ~the angelic nature calls for the multiplying of species, 18 1, 52 | Gregory (Hom. x in Ev.) calls an angel a rational ~animal. 19 1, 52 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Gregory calls the angel a rational animal 20 1, 59 | substances: for Dionysius calls them "heavenly minds" ~( 21 1, 66 | of assimilation, or as he calls it, ~"participation" (Phaedo 22 1, 69 | higher region of ~fire he calls the fiery heaven; the lower, 23 1, 69 | higher region of air he calls, from its ~brightness, the 24 1, 77 | 1~Reply OBJ 6: Augustine calls that vision spiritual which 25 1, 78 | for this ~reason Aristotle calls the "possible" intellect ( 26 1, 78 | intellect; ~which aptitude he calls the habit of knowledge. 27 1, 78 | that what the Philosopher calls ~the "scientific" part must 28 1, 78 | that what the Philosopher calls ~the "reasoning" or "opinionative" 29 1, 78 | action from ~them. But he calls the lower reason that which " 30 1, 78 | synderesis': thus Jerome calls ~'synderesis' conscience ( 31 1, 83 | more noble agent which he calls the active intellect, of 32 1, 87 | separate substance, which ~he calls the "active intellect," 33 1, 89 | certain ~opinions which he calls "exceedingly and evidently 34 1, 110 | the passions. Damascene calls this kindling ~"a putting 35 1, 115 | Augustine (De ~Civ. Dei v, 8) calls the "series of causes," 36 1, 118 | the mother, and which he calls the corporeal substance, 37 2, 3 | wherefore the Philosopher ~calls it "second act" (De Anima 38 2, 7 | Philosopher (Ethic. iii, 1) ~calls the circumstances particular 39 2, 15 | the ~approval" which he calls "the sentence," "comes the 40 2, 24 | De Tusc. ~Quaest. iii, 4) calls all passions "diseases of 41 2, 26 | movement or action, ~Dionysius calls love a power, in so far 42 2, 30 | Philosopher (Ethic. iii, 11) calls ~them "common" and "necessary." 43 2, 30 | which the ~Philosopher calls "irrational" (Rhet. i, 11); 44 2, 30 | very reason the Philosopher calls "rational" ~(Rhet. i, 11).~ 45 2, 35 | Nemesius, De Nat. Hom. xix.] calls ~"anxiety," - "pity," and " 46 2, 46 | Damascene (De Fide Orth. ii, 16) calls anger a special ~passion: 47 2, 46 | movement itself, and he ~calls this kind of anger {cholos} [ 48 2, 46 | Philosopher (Ethic. iv, 5) calls some angry persons {akrocholoi} ~[ 49 2, 46 | easily angered; some he calls {pikroi} ~[bitter], because 50 2, 46 | long time; and some he ~calls {chalepoi} [ill-tempered], 51 2, 47 | and to a certain extent calls for mercy ~and forgiveness. 52 2, 51 | De Anima ~iii, text. 20) calls "passive," and is the "particular 53 2, 59 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, Tully calls sorrow a disease of the 54 2, 60 | Aristotle (Ethic. ~ii, 7) calls "friendship" [*{philia}], 55 2, 60 | which (Ethic. iv, 7) he ~calls "truthfulness" [*{aletheia}]. 56 2, 71 | speaking of the body "he calls it" disease ~"when the whole 57 2, 71 | with fever or the like; ~he calls it sickness "when the disease 58 2, 73 | the contrary, a graver sin calls for the infliction of a ~ 59 2, 77 | Cicero (De Quaest. Tusc. iv) calls the passions ~diseases of 60 2, 78 | Philosopher (Ethic. v, ~1) calls an evil habit by the name 61 2, 79 | In this passage Augustine calls by the name of "thing," ~ 62 2, 91 | according to Rm. ~4:17: "Who calls those things that are not, 63 2, 91 | other temporal, which he calls human.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 64 2, 103 | and for this reason he calls them (Gal. 4:9) "weak and 65 2, 106 | the law of ~faith": for he calls the grace itself of faith " 66 2, 106 | Lit. xviii), "the Apostle calls this letter which is written ~ 67 2, 106 | condemnation: ~whereas he calls the other letter, i.e. the 68 2, 107 | expounded by Hilary thus: "He ~calls to Himself all those that 69 2, 110 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Augustine calls "faith that worketh by charity" 70 2, 113 | disposition the Philosopher calls "justice metaphorically 71 2, 12 | OBJ 2: Further, a perjurer calls upon God to witness to a 72 2, 12 | blasphemer does: but he calls God to witness to a falsehood, 73 2, 15 | The Apostle (Rm. 3:27) calls the Old Law the "law of ~ 74 2, 23 | cease. Hence the ~Apostle calls charity the way, when he 75 2, 24 | former of which the Apostle calls the "inward man," ~and the 76 2, 30 | yourselves friends," etc., "He calls ~mammon unjust, because 77 2, 33 | Wherefore ~sorrow, in itself, calls neither for praise nor for 78 2, 33 | moderate sorrow for evil calls for praise, while sorrow 79 2, 33 | fittingly (Moral. ~xxxi, 45) calls sloth a kind of sorrow, 80 2, 34 | Damascene (De Fide Orth. ii, 14) calls envy a species ~of sorrow, 81 2, 34 | and the unworthy; and he calls this ~sorrow {nemesis} [* 82 2, 36 | contentio," which Tully ~calls one of the rhetorical colors ( 83 2, 47 | Cf. Q[48], OBJ[1]] who ~calls shrewdness a part of prudence, 84 2, 56 | Philosopher ~(Ethic. v, 11) calls this "metaphorical justice."~ 85 2, 57 | ignorance of fact, which he calls "ignorance of particular ~ 86 2, 70 | him: whereas if one man calls ~another a thief, he not 87 2, 80 | Lk. 9:55, says that "God calls whom He deigns to ~call, 88 2, 87 | the authority of Holy Writ calls God to witness, since it ~ 89 2, 87 | from the very fact that he calls upon ~God to witness, he 90 2, 87 | due caution. For if a man ~calls God as witness, for some 91 2, 87 | offers nothing to God, ~but calls God to be his witness. Therefore 92 2, 87 | A[1]), he that ~swears calls God to witness in confirmation 93 2, 91 | Now whoever worships God ~calls upon His name. Therefore 94 2, 116 | to covetousness which he calls illiberality, for he ~speaks 95 2, 117 | by a ~circumstance that calls for blame, inasmuch as we 96 2, 117 | for which he does so it calls for blame, since he is unwilling 97 2, 122 | patience." Now that which calls chiefly for praise ~in a 98 2, 123 | FOUR ARTICLES) [*St. Thomas calls this vice indifferently ~' 99 2, 129 | God. The second point that calls for ~observation is that 100 2, 131 | Reply OBJ 1: The Philosopher calls those evil who injure their 101 2, 131 | OBJ 2: Further our Lord calls the servant wicked and slothful 102 2, 134 | for which reason Prosper calls patience brave (Sent. ~811).~ 103 2, 136 | Philosopher (Ethic. vii, ~9) calls {ischyrognomones}, that 104 2, 148 | OBJ 4: Further, every sin calls for correction. But correction 105 2, 150 | to avoid what the Apostle calls the "tribulation of ~the 106 2, 157 | Philosopher ~(Ethic. vii, 5) calls "heroic" or "god-like," 107 2, 161 | says: "The ~Apostle rightly calls this seduction, for they 108 2, 166 | surroundings, wherefore he calls it "the practical knowledge 109 2, 166 | Gregory ~(Moral. xxxi, 17) calls a daughter of gluttony. 110 2, 166 | Philosopher (Ethic. iv, 6) calls ~"friendliness," or {eutrapelia}, 111 2, 171 | that "the wise theologian calls that vision divine which 112 2, 172 | Now all those whom he calls prophets (such as ~Isaias, 113 2, 172 | vision: but not those whom he calls sacred writers, as ~writing 114 2, 172 | conception; and yet He calls Himself a prophet (Mt. 13: 115 2, 172 | and ~that the wise man calls him Samuel, and describes 116 2, 176 | preaches the true faith ~and calls upon Christ's name, as even 117 2, 182 | to religious (whom he ~calls monks or {therapeutai}, 118 2, 185 | walking ~disorderly." For he calls all Christians brothers, 119 2, 185 | etc., says, "our religion calls men to liberty." ~Therefore 120 3, 14 | Fide Orth. i, 11; ~iii, 20) calls "natural and indetractible 121 3, 15 | nature, and thus Damascene calls it "ignorant and ~enslaved"; 122 3, 15 | hence the Apostle (Rm. 7:5) calls them the "passions of ~sins." 123 3, 16 | Dionysius (Eccl. Hier. iv) calls Christ the "most ~Divine 124 3, 18 | Mine is the will which ~He calls His own; because as Man 125 3, 18 | act of the will Damascene calls {boulesis} - i.e. counseling 126 3, 28 | brethren." But the evangelist calls ~Christ the first-born by 127 3, 29 | For this reason ~the angel calls Mary the wife of Joseph, 128 3, 29 | surprised that Scripture calls Mary a wife. The ~fact of 129 3, 30 | archangel. Thus the ~Church calls him an archangel, and Gregory 130 3, 46 | sin'"; ~and hence Moses calls it "accursed," just as the 131 3, 46 | accursed," just as the Apostle calls it "sin," ~saying (2 Cor. 132 3, 46 | the same day which John calls ~"before the festival day 133 3, 46 | distinction of days, Matthew calls the first day of the unleavened 134 3, 52 | higher regions of ~hell he calls the deepest hell . . . For 135 3, 61 | Reply OBJ 2: The Apostle calls the sacraments of the Old 136 3, 63 | a seal; thus the Apostle calls Christ "the figure" or ~{ 137 3, 63 | sufficed, which the Apostle calls "a ~seal" (Rm. 4:11).~Aquin.: 138 3, 64 | pretenses, to cheat Him Whom he calls his Father; he ~dares to 139 3, 67 | form, which the Apostle calls "the word of life" (Eph. 140 3, 68 | seal," as the Apostle calls it (Rm. 4:11): whereas before 141 3, 70 | salvation, to ~which God calls all men, according to 1 142 3, 80 | perchance either a festival day calls for it, or necessity compels ~ 143 3, 83 | Nevertheless, in both he calls the people to attention ~ 144 3, 83 | The same applies if he calls to mind that he is under 145 3, 83 | R.O. 2 Para. 2/2~But if he calls to mind any of the above 146 3, 83 | imperfection in the sacrifice, as calls for ~repetition regarding 147 3, 85 | kind ~of equality, and he calls this the politic or civil 148 Suppl, 2 | contrite for each sin that he calls to mind; but as regards 149 Suppl, 6 | contrition, ~viz. when he calls his sins to mind, and chiefly 150 Suppl, 9 | confess all the sins that he calls to mind, and if he fails 151 Suppl, 9 | for all the sins which one calls to mind, so is there no ~ 152 Suppl, 10| confesses all the sins that he calls to mind, is not insincere ~ 153 Suppl, 10| confess the sin when he calls it ~to mind. ~Aquin.: SMT 154 Suppl, 16| this holy father improperly calls penance. ~(tm)Aquin.: SMT 155 Suppl, 26| as "brethren," whereas he calls all others his ~"sons." 156 Suppl, 36| cheat Him ~Whom he falsely calls his Father; he dares to 157 Suppl, 47| this kind the Philosopher calls ~(Ethic. iii, 1) "violent 158 Suppl, 47| necessity, and the ~Philosopher calls this a "mixed violence," 159 Suppl, 72| this is ~what Augustine calls the "qualities of corruptible 160 Suppl, 78| 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Old age calls for reverence, not on account 161 Suppl, 89| darkness" - for thus he calls the abundance of light - " 162 Suppl, 89| Divine essence, which he calls ~"darkness" on account of 163 Suppl, 92| the head and its members, ~calls Himself also the Bride and 164 Suppl, 93| production of fruit. Hence ~a man calls his crops his labor, inasmuch 165 Suppl, 96| punishment of purgatory, which he calls a scourging. ~Or, if he


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