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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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approach

    Part, Question
1 1, 1 | creatures are, the nearer they approach to ~the divine likeness. 2 1, 7 | division of the whole we approach to matter, forasmuch as ~ 3 1, 7 | matter; but by addition we approach to the whole ~which has 4 1, 7 | continuous, because we thus approach ~matter, as was shown in 5 1, 9 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, to approach and to recede signify movement. 6 1, 9 | house, so God is said to approach to us, or to recede from ~ 7 1, 13 | others ~according as they approach more or less to that first. 8 1, 14 | are the more immaterial, approach more nearly to ~a kind of 9 1, 29 | the relations, we must now approach the subject of the ~persons.~ 10 1, 33 | more ~perfect the nearer we approach to the true idea of filiation. 11 1, 37 | formal effect; and these approach nearer to the truth.~Aquin.: 12 1, 49 | good is intensified by ~approach to the perfect term; but 13 1, 37 | formal effect; and these approach nearer ~to the truth.~Aquin.: 14 1, 50 | good is intensified by ~approach to the perfect term; but 15 1, 79 | have knowledge, in a way, approach to a likeness to God, "in ~ 16 1, 92 | to" signifies a certain ~approach, as of something at a distance.~ 17 1, 92 | says (QQ. 83, qu. 51) ~"approach so near to God in likeness, 18 1, 107 | able ~with familiarity to approach the king or leader; others 19 2, 7 | according as they ~more or less approach to these.~Aquin.: SMT FS 20 2, 22 | is in proportion to the approach to one ~first principle; 21 2, 22 | of light depends on its ~approach to something endowed with 22 2, 22 | intensity depends, not on approach to something ~supreme, but 23 2, 22 | Wherefore in those things that approach to the Supreme Perfection, 24 2, 23 | of the soul is by way of approach and ~withdrawal," as Avicenna 25 2, 23 | sixth book of Physics. Now ~approach results from the apprehension 26 2, 23 | 5. One is according to approach and withdrawal in ~respect 27 2, 23 | the ~other, according to approach and withdrawal in respect 28 2, 23 | can be no contrariety of approach and ~withdrawal in respect 29 2, 23 | contrariety according to approach and withdrawal in ~respect 30 2, 23 | the soul is in respect of approach or ~withdrawal, as stated 31 2, 23 | above (A[2]). But every approach has a ~corresponding contrary 32 2, 23 | contrary, either according to approach and withdrawal, or ~according 33 2, 23 | according to contrariety of approach and withdrawal.~Aquin.: 34 2, 23 | of the soul consists in approach or ~withdrawal in respect 35 2, 23 | or from the difference of approach and withdrawal; or from 36 2, 23 | withdrawal; or from degrees ~in approach or withdrawal. Now the first 37 2, 25 | precedes the movement of approach. But fear and despair imply ~ 38 2, 25 | while daring and hope imply approach towards ~something. Therefore 39 2, 25 | that is the reason ~for approach or desire. Consequently 40 2, 29 | order of intention: since approach to one term is the reason 41 2, 32 | the more any ~pleasures approach to this, the more are they 42 2, 35 | is contrariety; e.g. to approach to a white thing, and ~to 43 2, 35 | to a white thing, and ~to approach to a black thing, are contraries; 44 2, 35 | something white, and to approach to something black. This 45 2, 36 | movements, we observe those of approach and withdrawal, approach ~ 46 2, 36 | approach and withdrawal, approach ~is of itself directed to 47 2, 36 | is a kind of pursuit or approach; ~just as pleasure regards 48 2, 40 | movements. One is in respect of approach to contrary ~terms: and 49 2, 40 | The other is according to ~approach and withdrawal with regard 50 2, 40 | for it denotes a kind of approach. But in so far ~as it is 51 2, 40 | hope, as withdrawal is to approach.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[40] A[ 52 2, 40 | only by contrariety of approach and ~withdrawal.~Aquin.: 53 2, 45 | according to the opposition of approach and ~withdrawal, and thus 54 2, 64 | but ~increases the more we approach to the summit.~Aquin.: SMT 55 2, 64 | we ought, yet ~we should approach to Him by believing, hoping 56 2, 66 | is enough that he ~should approach the mean, as stated in Ethic. 57 2, 69 | moved towards that end, and ~approach thereto; and this implies 58 2, 69 | of their ~own movements, approach to likeness to God, and 59 2, 80 | the sensible things, which approach ~from without, move a man' 60 2, 102 | worship of God, they might approach thither ~with greater reverence. 61 2, 102 | the people to God, could approach ~the inner altar, whereon 62 2, 102 | was that men could seldom approach to touch things belonging 63 2, 102 | God, so that when they did approach, they did so with greater ~ 64 2, 102 | absolutely forbidden to ~approach the dead, however nearly 65 2, 105 | it ~ordered that on the approach of battle the priest should 66 2, 106 | Law: since nothing can approach nearer to the last end than 67 2, 113 | the term "whence," and of approach to ~the term "whereto"; 68 2, 113 | withdrawal from one term and approach to another may be ~looked 69 2, 113 | term naturally precedes the approach to a term, ~since in the 70 2, 5 | angels and man was one of approach to ~God. Therefore they 71 2, 10 | knowledge of God, man does not approach Him, but is ~severed from 72 2, 23 | in Joan. xxxii]: and this approach is the result ~of charity, 73 2, 23 | withdrawal from one term, then approach to the other term, and thirdly, ~ 74 2, 27 | remains ~possible for us to approach nearer to God by grace, 75 2, 27 | reaching that term, some will ~approach nearer to God than others. 76 2, 41 | although there can be ~an approach to scandal in them, according 77 2, 81 | petitioner, who ought to approach the person whom he petitions, 78 2, 81 | good things, that we may approach ~to them not by the steps 79 2, 81 | person who prays should approach God Whom he prays: this 80 2, 81 | preceded by prayer whereby we ~approach Him of Whom we ask: and 81 2, 81 | of God's goodness we dare approach Him.~ 82 2, 82 | sensible knowledge: whereas ~we approach God not by bodily but by 83 2, 82 | urged by sensible signs to approach God.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[84] 84 2, 121 | opposed to fear by way of approach and withdrawal, as stated 85 2, 155 | punishment, it would seem to approach nearest to ~charity, the 86 2, 170 | that "the soul, at the approach of death, foresees certain 87 2, 172 | wont to be consumed at the ~approach of fire, so the bands with 88 2, 183 | should dare uncleansed to approach the sacred ~ministry. Since, 89 2, 183 | should anyone ~uncleansed approach the sacred ministry." Therefore 90 2, 186 | themselves aloof from the approach of all, and give their ~ 91 3, 22 | who of himself cannot ~approach to God; and such a one is 92 3, 38 | but also for others to approach to Christ's baptism: and 93 3, 39 | men who needed it might ~approach unto it. Wherefore Ambrose 94 3, 39 | 2: ~because, to wit, the approach to heaven is laid open by 95 3, 39 | Holy Ghost, unless they approach ~unworthily; according to 96 3, 39 | baptized - namely, that he approach in ~good faith: since! as 97 3, 41 | would not have ~dared to approach Him. Now the devil prefers 98 3, 41 | made the devil ~dare to approach Him, as already stated ( 99 3, 44 | caused ~the moon both to approach the sun supernaturally at 100 3, 52 | first parent's sin, the approach to the life ~of glory was 101 3, 58 | at" signifies a kind ~of approach to the right hand; thus 102 3, 58 | 11). Thirdly, the said ~approach can be understood according 103 3, 63 | of Himself to those that approach Him," adds "by making ~them 104 3, 64 | his God, neither shall he approach to minister ~to Him." Therefore 105 3, 64 | cleanse from sin those who approach the sacraments, nor do they 106 3, 64 | Consequently, those who approach the ~sacraments receive 107 3, 65 | recipients are those who ~approach the sacraments: and these 108 3, 67 | he receives the ~right to approach our Lord's Table. Consequently, 109 3, 68 | be of God." And those who approach Baptism are put to this 110 3, 69 | already ~acquired. But some approach Baptism who have already 111 3, 69 | Baptism. Whereas adults, who approach ~Baptism in their own faith, 112 3, 69 | disposed to Baptism; for some ~approach thereto with greater, some 113 3, 69 | baptized, even if they approach with equal devotion: but 114 3, 69 | evil to good, man does not ~approach with insincerity. But God 115 3, 69 | wishes to cleave, if he approach ~Baptism, he approaches 116 3, 69 | which is the same as to approach ~without devotion. But this 117 3, 69 | it may happen that a man approach Baptism insincerely, ~and 118 3, 71 | children or young people approach the sacrament of regeneration, ~ 119 3, 71 | And though not all that approach ~Baptism are troubled by 120 3, 72 | his sin. And ~if any adult approach, being in a state of sin 121 3, 79 | awe-inspiring chalice, so approach as if you were going to 122 3, 79 | Christ ~opened to us the approach to eternal life, according 123 3, 79 | sin does not improperly approach Baptism. But in this sacrament 124 3, 79 | Tract. xxvi in Joan.): "Approach without ~fear; it is bread, 125 3, 79 | many venial sins a man may approach devoutly ~to this sacrament 126 3, 79 | indeed hindered if anyone approach to this sacrament with mind 127 3, 80 | altar." But angels do ~not approach the altar as for the purpose 128 3, 80 | for instance, ~if a man approach a woman whom he believed 129 3, 80 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether to approach this sacrament with consciousness 130 3, 80 | OBJ 1: It seems that to approach this sacrament with consciousness 131 3, 80 | with consciousness of sin approach this sacrament: but in ~ 132 3, 80 | their ~sin being discovered, approach this sacrament with consciousness 133 3, 80 | rather to prefer ~infamy than approach the Lord's table unworthily.~ 134 3, 80 | sacrament, it is unbecoming to approach ~the altar (and hence those 135 3, 80 | one should be forbidden to approach this ~sacrament.~Aquin.: 136 3, 80 | required that man should approach this ~sacrament with devotion 137 3, 80 | recipient, who is required to approach this sacrament with great ~ 138 3, 80 | not expedient ~for all to approach this sacrament every day; 139 3, 80 | blood. Therefore, such as ~approach this sacrament ought not 140 3, 82 | whatever defilement he may be, approach to ~offer oblations to the 141 3, 82 | defiled are forbidden to approach the ~altar; but this does 142 3, 82 | true sacrifice, if they do approach.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[82] A[ 143 3, 82 | that no one may dare to ~approach it except with clean conscience." 144 3, 82 | is a sinner ought not to approach this ~sacrament. Hence when 145 3, 82 | who are feeble in body to approach the ~priesthood, so if anyone 146 3, 82 | grave matter if we do not approach Thy altar with clean heart 147 3, 83 | seems indecent for anyone to approach so great a ~sacrament with 148 3, 85 | extreme seems to precede approach to ~the other. Now all the 149 3, 85 | other virtues seem to regard approach to a term, ~because they 150 3, 85 | from one extreme ~precedes approach to the other, in point of 151 3, 85 | efficient and final causes, ~approach to the end is first, for 152 Suppl, 1 | OBJ 2: Attrition denotes approach to perfect contrition, wherefore ~ 153 Suppl, 6 | Eucharist, to which no one can approach, after committing a mortal 154 Suppl, 10| with regard to those ~who approach the sacrament of Baptism 155 Suppl, 30| their effect in those who ~approach them in the proper dispositions. 156 Suppl, 34| certain spiritual power ~to approach the sacraments; and again 157 Suppl, 36| his God neither ~shall he approach to minister to him [*Vulg.: ' 158 Suppl, 64| contrary, "Thou shalt not approach to a woman having her flowers" ~( 159 Suppl, 64| forbidden in the Law to approach to a menstruous ~woman, 160 Suppl, 64| forbidden in the New Law to approach to a menstruous ~woman both 161 Suppl, 64| wherefore it ~is forbidden to approach to her. In like manner a 162 Suppl, 64| 20:18) that if ~any man approach to a menstruous woman both 163 Suppl, 69| according as they more or ~less approach to the first substance ( 164 Suppl, 79| their ~contrary, but also by approach to a term: thus light increases. ~ 165 Suppl, 96| sacramental eating, in those who approach worthily [*Cf. ~TP, Q[80],


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