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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 5 | Reply OBJ 2: Goodness is described as self-diffusive in the 2 1, 8 | things is not ~properly described by way of essence, presence 3 1, 10 | whole," it is superfluously described as "perfect."~Aquin.: SMT 4 1, 12 | things are metaphorically described by means of sensible things.~ 5 1, 12 | that this light is ~to be described not as a medium in which 6 1, 13 | pointed out; nor can He be described by relation, inasmuch as ~ 7 1, 13 | applies temporally can be ~described as made; for what is white 8 1, 14 | according as to ~understand is described as a kind of movement or 9 1, 25 | Again created ~happiness is described as the highest good, and 10 1, 27 | conjoined principle (as above described): - by ~way of similitude, 11 1, 27 | accordingly as anyone is described as moved ~or impelled by 12 1, 36 | subsequent councils are not to be described as making a new ~symbol 13 1, 39 | the divine unity is better described by saying that the three ~ 14 1, 43 | The Father alone is ~never described as being sent."~Aquin.: 15 1, 43 | Ghost, still He is ~not described as being sent, for He is 16 1, 43 | because when a person is ~described as being sent, the person 17 1, 45 | that way here, but as it is described above.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 18 1, 46 | Hence it is correctly described as acting in time "after" 19 1, 46 | also, is not ~correctly described as acting now, and not before, 20 1, 66 | subject of ~darkness, is described as being above the waters, 21 1, 69 | third day should have been described as a ~making not as a gathering 22 1, 69 | waters, wherefore it was described as "invisible" [*Q[66], 23 1, 69 | an end. But this state is described as twofold. On the ~one 24 1, 70 | firmament." But plants are described as produced when the earth, 25 1, 70 | alone are not correctly described as ~the "two great lights."~ 26 1, 71 | this work is not fittingly described. For the ~waters produce 27 1, 71 | fishes is ~not sufficiently described by the words, "Let the waters 28 1, 71 | which their generation is described.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[71] A[ 29 1, 72 | this work is not fittingly described. For as ~birds and fishes 30 1, 74 | world is not sufficiently ~described.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[74] A[ 31 1, 74 | distinction of creatures is described, divisions of time ~should 32 1, 39 | the divine unity is better described by saying that the three ~ 33 1, 43 | The Father alone is ~never described as being sent."~Aquin.: 34 1, 43 | Ghost, still He is ~not described as being sent, for He is 35 1, 43 | because when a person is ~described as being sent, the person 36 1, 46 | that way here, but as it is described above.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 37 1, 47 | Hence it is correctly described as acting in time "after" 38 1, 47 | also, is not ~correctly described as acting now, and not before, 39 1, 67 | subject of ~darkness, is described as being above the waters, 40 1, 70 | third day should have been described as a ~making not as a gathering 41 1, 70 | waters, wherefore it was described as "invisible" [*Q[66], 42 1, 70 | an end. But this state is described as twofold. On the ~one 43 1, 71 | firmament." But plants are described as produced when the earth, 44 1, 71 | alone are not correctly described as ~the "two great lights."~ 45 1, 71 | this work is not fittingly described. For the ~waters produce 46 1, 71 | fishes is ~not sufficiently described by the words, "Let the waters 47 1, 71 | which their generation is described.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[71] A[ 48 1, 71 | this work is not fittingly described. For as ~birds and fishes 49 1, 73 | world is not sufficiently ~described.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[74] A[ 50 1, 73 | distinction of creatures is described, divisions of time ~should 51 1, 77 | vegetative soul are fittingly described as the ~nutritive, augmentative, 52 1, 77 | soul are not ~fittingly described - namely, the nutritive, 53 1, 89 | that an ~accident should be described as "of something rather 54 1, 90 | human body is fittingly described in ~Scripture?~Aquin.: SMT 55 1, 90 | human body is not ~fittingly described in Scripture. For, as the 56 1, 91 | woman ought to have been described as made out of that which 57 1, 95 | part of nature as ~above described, without any defect of nature.~ 58 1, 101 | Further, the tree of life is described as growing in paradise. ~ 59 1, 108 | only that which is above described.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[109] A[ 60 1, 111 | one of ~the Seraphim is described as purifying by fire the 61 1, 111 | Reply OBJ 3: Satan is not described as having assisted, but 62 2, 4 | material heaven that is described as the reward of the saints, 63 2, 7 | circumstance of an act is described as something ~outside the 64 2, 7 | For a ~circumstance is described as something outside the 65 2, 8 | shunning of evil is better ~described as "nolition": wherefore, 66 2, 22 | passions also, ~which are described as being "of sins," are 67 2, 77 | pride ~of life are fittingly described as causes of sin?~Aquin.: 68 2, 77 | of life" are unfittingly described as causes of sin. ~Because, 69 2, 77 | sin are ~insufficiently described.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[77] A[ 70 2, 98 | chap. i), "the angel who is described to have appeared to Moses, 71 2, 102 | wherefore this feast is described as ~"most holy" (Lev. 23: 72 2, 102 | Aaron "was ~the whole world" described. For the linen breeches 73 2, 107 | Law of love": and it is described as containing spiritual 74 2, 107 | reason, too, the Old Law is described as "restraining the hand, 75 2, 4 | act of faith, which is ~described as depending on the believer' 76 2, 5 | Consequently a man's faith may be described ~as being greater, in one 77 2, 18 | covetousness is rightly described as the desire or the love 78 2, 22 | love. And when virtue is described ~as being something ultimate, 79 2, 23 | the last end, should be described as ~residing in the will 80 2, 38 | just war ~is wont to be described as one that avenges wrongs, 81 2, 41 | Scandal is therefore fittingly described as something done "less ~ 82 2, 43 | wisdom [sapientia] may be described as ~"sweet-tasting science [ 83 2, 56 | justice is not ~sufficiently described by saying that it consists 84 2, 58 | But a judgment is not described as unjust, if he who ~judges 85 2, 73 | in jest, wherefore it is described as ~"making fun." Now all 86 2, 79 | the will, wherefore ~it is described as an "elective" or voluntary " 87 2, 81 | of prayer are fittingly described as supplications, ~prayers, 88 2, 81 | of prayer are unfittingly described ~as supplications, prayers, 89 2, 90 | way that ~superstition is described as religion.~Aquin.: SMT 90 2, 98 | This act ~is furthermore described as "express," in order to 91 2, 110 | riches" are significantly described as "proud" [Douay: ~'glorious']. 92 2, 139 | respects ~temperance may be described as greater not only than 93 2, 140 | wherefore these ~pleasures are described as being most slavish.~Aquin.: 94 2, 146 | random riotous joy ~which is described as "unseemly" arises chiefly 95 2, 150 | and just as a thing is described as fresh and retaining its ~ 96 2, 151 | daughters of lust are fittingly described?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[153] A[ 97 2, 151 | to his words. which are described as "scurrilous." Thirdly, 98 2, 154 | vii, 5) that women are not described either as ~continent or 99 2, 157 | wild beasts which are also described as savage. For animals ~ 100 2, 162 | without sin should not be described as a punishment for ~sin. 101 2, 162 | Therefore it should not be ~described as the woman's punishment.~ 102 2, 162 | Therefore God ~is unbecomingly described as mocking our first parents, 103 2, 162 | parents' sin are ~unsuitably described.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[164] A[ 104 2, 162 | flaming sword," which is described as "turning ~every way," 105 2, 163 | serpent is unfittingly described (Gn. 3:1) as "more subtle 106 2, 163 | xi, 29), "the serpent ~is described as most prudent or subtle, 107 2, 169 | motion. ~Now prophecy is described as "inspiration" or "revelation," 108 2, 169 | 7), "prophets" may be ~described as "proefatores [foretellers], 109 2, 169 | Those prophets who are described as foolish and mad are not ~ 110 2, 169 | else a prophet could not be described as asleep. Therefore ~seemingly 111 2, 173 | A[11], ad 2], which is described as the "third," in ~relation 112 2, 177 | far as every operation is described as a movement; in ~which 113 2, 178 | contemplative life should not be described as movements.~Aquin.: SMT 114 2, 178 | intelligible operations are described as movements, ~and are differentiated 115 2, 178 | intelligible operations ~are described by being likened to them. 116 2, 178 | answer that, A thing may be described as continuous in two ways: ~ 117 2, 179 | Hence the active life is described with reference to our ~relations 118 2, 180 | contemplative life is signified, is described as "sitting" ~all the time " 119 2, 184 | enter a monastery which is described as ~"better and lighter," 120 2, 184 | three vows ~are incorrectly described as pertaining to the state 121 2, 186 | refer them to God, are ~described as sacrifices, according 122 3, 12 | His reason, in the manner described in the previous reply; just ~ 123 3, 22 | Reply OBJ 3: Melchisedech is described as "without father, without ~ 124 3, 31 | evangelists seem to have described the genealogy of Christ ~ 125 3, 33 | Christ's conception should be described simply as miraculous and ~ 126 3, 34 | not movements that may be ~described as "acts of an imperfect 127 3, 40 | Faust. xvi) ~that "John is described as 'neither eating nor drinking,' 128 3, 41 | temptation is unfittingly described.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[41] A[ 129 3, 41 | The captains are fittingly described as ~encouraging, and the 130 3, 55 | Matthew's account the angel is described as sitting upon the ~stone 131 3, 64 | respect of His Passion, He is described as being "a little lower 132 3, 66 | of Baptism are fittingly described - viz. Baptism of ~Water, 133 3, 66 | Baptism are not fittingly ~described as Baptism of Water, of 134 3, 77 | would be ~more correctly described as created anew, than as 135 3, 84 | for this ~reason He is not described as healing anyone but once, 136 Suppl, 12| same thing should not be ~described in different ways according 137 Suppl, 34| For a part ~should not be described as the genus of the whole. 138 Suppl, 41| for which reason man is described as being ~naturally inclined 139 Suppl, 43| Therefore it is wrongly described as a promise.~Aquin.: SMT 140 Suppl, 43| Therefore it is not fittingly described as a promise of marriage.~ 141 Suppl, 44| Therefore it should not be described ~as a "marital union" rather 142 Suppl, 54| line of consanguinity is described as "the ~ordered series 143 Suppl, 57| of adoption, for it is described as a "lawful taking," and 144 Suppl, 72| such an effect on men as is described?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[74] A[ 145 Suppl, 72| an effect on men ~as is described in the text (Sent. iv, D, 146 Suppl, 72| world. They are, however, described as ~two fires, that will 147 Suppl, 72| the third way cannot ~be described as natural simply, but as 148 Suppl, 72| simply, movement cannot be ~described as natural unless its principle 149 Suppl, 73| human ~bodies: hence He is described as coming "with commandment" ( 150 Suppl, 76| elemental parts, it would not be described as ~identically the same. 151 Suppl, 79| for which reason sleep is described as half-life. ~[*This is 152 Suppl, 80| place, the two circles ~described in them would touch one 153 Suppl, 80| and thus different lines described on two bodies that are in 154 Suppl, 80| like manner the two circles described in two spherical ~bodies 155 Suppl, 80| remain two. Even so a circle described by ~a placed spherical body 156 Suppl, 80| whole, the other circle described ~by the locating body.~Aquin.: 157 Suppl, 80| its superficies which is described by contact with the terms 158 Suppl, 86| judgment, ~which above all is described as terrible, cannot take 159 Suppl, 89| although finite, being described as proportionate to the ~ 160 Suppl, 92| human nature ~is sometimes described as being espoused in reference 161 Suppl, 93| aureole" would ~not be described as added to the "aurea." 162 Suppl, 93| contrary, An aureole is described as "joy in being conformed 163 Suppl, 94| he would by no ~means be described as cast into exterior darkness."~ 164 Suppl, 94| conveyed after death be described as ~incorporeal, in so far


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