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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 58 | that, As unity of term is requisite for unity of movement, so ~ 2 1, 59 | that, As unity of term is requisite for unity of movement, so ~ 3 1, 118 | does not suffice for the requisite quantity, some other ~matter 4 2, 4 | suchlike external goods are requisite either for the support of 5 2, 7 | acts; and for this it is requisite that ~they be voluntary. 6 2, 8 | tend to anything, it is ~requisite, not that this be good in 7 2, 18 | something be wanting that is requisite as a due circumstance ~the 8 2, 27 | knowledge, that ~is not requisite for the perfection of love. 9 2, 32 | senses," since knowledge is requisite for ~pleasure, as stated 10 2, 32 | A[1]), two things are requisite ~for pleasure: namely, the 11 2, 32 | answer that, Three things are requisite for pleasure; two, i.e. 12 2, 32 | A[1]), two things are ~requisite for pleasure, namely, the 13 2, 33 | respect of the two things requisite for pleasure. One of ~these 14 2, 33 | expanded by pleasure. The other requisite for pleasure ~is on the 15 2, 35 | Just as two things are requisite for pleasure; namely, ~conjunction 16 2, 35 | so also two ~things are requisite for pain: namely, conjunction 17 2, 35 | so far as the senses are requisite for pleasure and ~pain, 18 2, 35 | those two ~things which are requisite for pain and pleasure; namely, 19 2, 44 | disturbs repose, ~which is requisite for the good use of reason. 20 2, 57 | purpose something further is ~requisite: although there cannot be 21 2, 57 | 8. Consequently, it is ~requisite for prudence, which is right 22 2, 57 | in so far as they are all requisite ~for perfect prudence. There 23 2, 58 | to do a good deed, it is requisite not only that ~his reason 24 2, 77 | a certain attention is requisite, and if this ~be closely 25 2, 85 | it, by forming the organ requisite for sight.~Aquin.: SMT FS 26 2, 85 | corruption in things are requisite: and in this respect corruption 27 2, 87 | Civ. Dei xxi, 11) is it requisite for punishment to ~equal 28 2, 87 | But punishment is still requisite in order that the ~other 29 2, 87 | Moreover punishment is requisite in ~order to restore the 30 2, 97 | to discipline," which is requisite to the nature of law, as 31 2, 98 | the Divine law: but it is requisite that it should make man ~ 32 2, 100 | commander as to its end, it is requisite ~first that the soldier 33 2, 100 | grievous; and secondly it is requisite that he ~should be in coordination 34 2, 1 | Reply OBJ 3: Two causes are requisite before actual generation 35 2, 4 | A[2]); and thus it is requisite for faith. In another ~way, 36 2, 6 | answer that, Two things are requisite for faith. First, that the ~ 37 2, 6 | explicitly. The second thing requisite ~for faith is the assent 38 2, 8 | The understanding that is requisite for prophecy, is a kind ~ 39 2, 8 | belief, two ~things are requisite on our part: first that 40 2, 9 | Accordingly, two things are requisite in order that the human 41 2, 22 | certain ~mutual love is requisite, since friendship is between 42 2, 23 | movement of the free-will is requisite in the infusion of ~charity, 43 2, 30 | part of the recipient it is requisite that he should be in need, ~ 44 2, 31 | circumstances, which ~are requisite in order that an act be 45 2, 38 | that, Several things are requisite for the good of a human ~ 46 2, 42 | act of virtue. Now it is ~requisite for an act of virtue that 47 2, 45 | difference of object is requisite for a difference of ~powers 48 2, 47 | sensitive faculties are requisite for prudence, ~and memory 49 2, 47 | of them. But docility is ~requisite for every intellectual virtue. 50 2, 47 | reason. Wherefore it is requisite for ~prudence that man should 51 2, 47 | perfection of prudence are called requisite or ~quasi-integral parts 52 2, 47 | Whenever many things are requisite for a unity, one of ~them 53 2, 51 | of those things which are requisite for prudence, ~and secondly 54 2, 51 | defect." Now many things are requisite for prudence; for ~instance, 55 2, 51 | to those things which are requisite for prudence, which are ~ 56 2, 51 | those things which ~are requisite for prudence, does not constitute 57 2, 52 | as due acts of reason are requisite for every virtue.~Aquin.: 58 2, 56 | in every case; and ~it is requisite that one should have the 59 2, 58 | that three ~conditions are requisite for a judgment to be an 60 2, 60 | one of the circumstances requisite for virtuous acts. Since 61 2, 61 | good man, and it is not requisite that one choose the better ~ 62 2, 62 | hence a ~public authority is requisite in order to condemn him 63 2, 76 | Among other conditions requisite in a just man it is ~stated ( 64 2, 81 | 13) Whether attention is requisite in prayer?~(14) Whether 65 2, 81 | concurrence of other virtues ~requisite for the goodness of prayer, 66 2, 81 | that, Three conditions are requisite for prayer. First, that ~ 67 2, 82 | if ~any definite place be requisite for adoration.~Aquin.: SMT 68 2, 86 | made, other ~conditions are requisite. And although God needs 69 2, 86 | understood to contain the ~requisite condition, providing, namely, 70 2, 86 | superior's authority is requisite for a dispensation from 71 2, 87 | Further, these three are requisite in man's every deed: since 72 2, 87 | faith and like conditions requisite for the right ~manner of 73 2, 87 | these conditions are more requisite for an oath than for ~other 74 2, 87 | supposing it to ~have the requisite conditions, namely, that 75 2, 93 | as though the human acts requisite for sortilege depended for ~ 76 2, 94 | sign of this is that it is requisite to ~inscribe certain characters 77 2, 95 | of usefulness, and other requisite conditions. For thus did ~ 78 2, 96 | is to be understood this requisite condition - that the thing 79 2, 102 | because in this way it is ~requisite for obedience that one perform 80 2, 104 | acknowledgment of favor received is requisite for the ~preservation of 81 2, 104 | since this is the chief requisite of virtue, as stated in 82 2, 107 | act of virtue, since it is requisite for that purpose ~that it 83 2, 121 | fortitude of the mind is ~requisite, whereby to resist the aforesaid 84 2, 121 | states (Ethic. ii), ~it is requisite for every virtue to act 85 2, 126 | Further, that which is a requisite to every virtue should not 86 2, 126 | concurrence of which is ~requisite for an act of fortitude; 87 2, 126 | honors. Again, two things are requisite for the ~other act of fortitude, 88 2, 130 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: It is requisite for man's perfection that 89 2, 132 | But goods of fortune are requisite as instruments to the ~external 90 2, 135 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, it is requisite of every virtue that one 91 2, 139 | in so far as they ~are requisite for the needs of this life 92 2, 139 | of those things that are requisite for the notion of ~virtue 93 2, 139 | Now moderation, which is requisite in every virtue, ~deserves 94 2, 142 | s ~definition: but it is requisite, in addition to this, that 95 2, 145 | fasting;~(6) Whether it is requisite for fasting to eat but once?~( 96 2, 145 | things are ~particularly requisite before the feast of Easter, 97 2, 145 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is requisite for fasting that one eat 98 2, 145 | would seem that it is not requisite for fasting that one eat ~ 99 2, 145 | natural fast, which is requisite for receiving the Eucharist. 100 2, 147 | virtue, which is sobriety, is requisite.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[149] A[ 101 2, 147 | wisdom perfectly, it is requisite for certain persons that 102 2, 147 | Whether sobriety is more requisite in persons of greater standing?~ 103 2, 147 | seem that sobriety is more requisite in persons of ~greater standing. 104 2, 147 | Therefore sobriety ~is most requisite in persons of standing.~ 105 2, 147 | Therefore sobriety is more requisite in persons of standing.~ 106 2, 147 | particular virtue is more requisite in certain persons for ~ 107 2, 147 | respect, sobriety is most requisite in the young and ~in women, 108 2, 147 | Secondly, sobriety is more requisite in certain persons, as ~ 109 2, 155 | when and where this ~is requisite. Wherefore they are not 110 2, 158 | denominated from mode. Now mode is requisite in every virtue: ~since 111 2, 163 | in power, which ~is not requisite in the instrumental agent.~ 112 2, 166 | something else." But it is a requisite of virtue that ~the agent 113 2, 167 | man's neglect to give the requisite study or ~trouble to the 114 2, 169 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: It is requisite to prophecy that the intention 115 2, 169 | Accordingly inspiration is requisite for prophecy, as regards 116 2, 170 | a natural disposition is requisite for prophecy?~(4) Whether 117 2, 170 | Whether a good life is requisite?~(5) Whether any prophecy 118 2, 170 | in this way prophecy is requisite for the government of a ~ 119 2, 170 | a natural disposition is requisite for prophecy?~Aquin.: SMT 120 2, 170 | a natural disposition is requisite for ~prophecy. For prophecy 121 2, 170 | is a natural disposition requisite for the contemplation of 122 2, 170 | good natural disposition is requisite for prophecy.~Aquin.: SMT 123 2, 170 | fitting disposition as ~requisite according to the order of 124 2, 170 | 1~Whether a good life is requisite for prophecy?~Aquin.: SMT 125 2, 170 | seem that a good life is requisite for prophecy. For it ~is 126 2, 170 | kind of enlightenment is requisite for prophetic ~knowledge, 127 2, 178 | God and our neighbor is requisite to the contemplative life. 128 2, 178 | seem that several acts are requisite for the contemplative life.~ 129 2, 178 | seem that several acts are requisite for the contemplative life.~ 130 2, 180 | clearness of vision is a requisite for the contemplative ~life. 131 2, 182 | holiness than that which is requisite ~for the religious state, 132 2, 183 | that voluntary ~poverty is requisite for perfection. Now bishops 133 2, 184 | 3: Further, if it is not requisite for the state of perfection 134 2, 184 | attained the end, but it is requisite that he ~should by some 135 2, 184 | voluntary poverty is not ~requisite for religious perfection.~ 136 2, 184 | voluntary poverty is not ~requisite for the perfection of religious 137 2, 184 | voluntary poverty is not requisite for religious ~perfection.~ 138 2, 184 | perpetual continence is not requisite ~for religious perfection.~ 139 2, 184 | perpetual continence is not requisite for religious perfection.~ 140 2, 184 | as voluntary poverty, is ~requisite for religious perfection. 141 2, 184 | marrying, but it was not requisite then." ~Nevertheless if 142 2, 184 | Further, if obedience were requisite for religious perfection, 143 2, 184 | the vow of obedience were requisite for religion, it ~would 144 2, 184 | vow of obedience is not requisite for religion.~Aquin.: SMT 145 2, 184 | consequently obedience is requisite for ~religious perfection.~ 146 2, 184 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is requisite for religious perfection 147 2, 184 | would seem that it is not requisite for religious perfection ~ 148 2, 184 | Therefore a vow is not ~requisite for religious perfection.~ 149 2, 184 | states. Therefore a vow is requisite for ~religious perfection.~ 150 2, 184 | vow: wherefore a vow is requisite for religious perfection.~ 151 2, 187 | relations and friends is ~requisite for entrance into religion?~~ 152 3, 46 | the ~Passion, which are requisite for man's salvation. Hence 153 3, 73 | food. But bodily ~food is requisite for bodily health. Therefore, 154 3, 73 | receiving of the Eucharist is requisite for its consummation; by ~ 155 3, 74 | that wheaten bread is not requisite for the matter of ~this 156 3, 79 | nourishment from food is requisite for the body to make good 157 3, 82 | only the ~solemn prayer is requisite, and not the priest's merits: 158 3, 87 | more perfect penance is requisite for the forgiveness of mortal ~ 159 3, 87 | infusion of habitual grace is requisite for ~the remission of venial 160 3, 90 | since several actions are ~requisite for the perfection of Penance, 161 3, 90 | Accordingly the first requisite on the part of the penitent 162 Suppl, 2 | Christ, an act ~of ours is requisite, which must, therefore, 163 Suppl, 5 | unless it fulfills the requisite conditions. Therefore the 164 Suppl, 9 | following lines, are not requisite for confession:~Simple, 165 Suppl, 9 | confession, ~and some are requisite for its well-being. Now 166 Suppl, 13| another. Because merit is requisite for satisfaction. Now one 167 Suppl, 17| knowledge and power are requisite for man to act, so is will. ~ 168 Suppl, 19| gift of the Holy Ghost is requisite for the use of the ~keys, 169 Suppl, 22| yet more solemnity ~is requisite in the judicial tribunal, 170 Suppl, 30| sacrament, ~but only when it is requisite for the spiritual healing: 171 Suppl, 34| Para. 2/2~Further, more is requisite to dispense the sacraments 172 Suppl, 36| goodness of life is not requisite.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[36] A[ 173 Suppl, 36| Therefore holiness of ~life is requisite in all the Orders.~Aquin.: 174 Suppl, 36| Consequently holiness ~of life is requisite for Orders, as a matter 175 Suppl, 39| of a ~sacrament as being requisite for the validity of the 176 Suppl, 39| sacrament, although it is requisite for its lawfulness, ~since 177 Suppl, 39| kind of propriety it is requisite that ~they should be without 178 Suppl, 43| betrothal is ~null before the requisite age. Therefore it cannot 179 Suppl, 45| if mental consent ~were requisite for marriage. Therefore 180 Suppl, 55| to ~his brother. This was requisite at a time when religious 181 Suppl, 71| suffrage avail another, it is requisite that ~the one for whom it 182 Suppl, 74| of proportion (which is requisite in order that it have ~influence 183 Suppl, 78| the resurrection what is requisite not ~only to the specific 184 Suppl, 78| wherefore these alone are requisite for beatitude.~ 185 Suppl, 79| spiritual alteration which is requisite for sensation.~Aquin.: SMT 186 Suppl, 85| individual?" ~Nor is less time requisite for telling by word of mouth 187 Suppl, 86| some say, three things are requisite for the judicial ~power; 188 Suppl, 87| Further, invincible power is requisite in a judge; wherefore it ~ 189 Suppl, 89| and not the former that is requisite for ~knowledge, for it is 190 Suppl, 92| distinction of persons is requisite between the ~bridegroom 191 Suppl, 92| in Christ: for it ~is not requisite that the thing in which 192 Suppl, 92| distinction of persons, which is requisite ~between bridegroom and 193 Suppl, 92| consists. Now two things are requisite in this operation: ~its 194 Suppl, 93| obtain an effect there is requisite not only a due disposition


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