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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | a wise architect, I have laid the ~foundation" (1 Cor. 2 1, 6 | idea of man. Now just as he laid down separate ideas of ~ 3 1, 6 | absolute horse, so ~likewise he laid down separate ideas of " 4 1, 14 | which is against what was laid ~down above (Q[7], A[1]). 5 1, 14 | consider how this is. As was laid down ~above (A[2]), to understand 6 1, 16 | God alone is eternal, as laid down before (Q[10], A[3]).~ 7 1, 17 | Scripture a lie, ~"They have laid hold on lying" (Jer. 8:5), 8 1, 25 | erred in two ways. Some ~laid it down that God acts from 9 1, 30 | this is against what was laid down above (Q[27]~, AA[3], 10 1, 32 | distinction of persons is laid down. We ~read, moreover, 11 1, 41 | this ~contradicts what is laid down by Hilary (De Trin. 12 1, 48 | here fails, where it is laid down that contraries ~cannot 13 1, 60 | in the ~intellect, as is laid down in Phys. ii, text. 14 1, 61 | angel is above time, as is laid down ~in the book De Causis. 15 1, 65 | 2~I answer that, Origen laid down [*Peri Archon ii.] 16 1, 66 | reward for worthy deeds is laid up in the light beyond ~ 17 1, 68 | and then add: "First, he ~laid the foundations, then built 18 1, 71 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: It was laid down by Avicenna that animals 19 1, 41 | this ~contradicts what is laid down by Hilary (De Trin. 20 1, 49 | here fails, where it is laid down that contraries ~cannot 21 1, 61 | in the ~intellect, as is laid down in Phys. ii, text. 22 1, 62 | angel is above time, as is laid down ~in the book De Causis. 23 1, 66 | 2~I answer that, Origen laid down [*Peri Archon ii.] 24 1, 67 | reward for worthy deeds is laid up in the light beyond ~ 25 1, 69 | and then add: "First, he ~laid the foundations, then built 26 1, 71 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: It was laid down by Avicenna that animals 27 1, 78 | contrary, Conscience can be laid aside. But a power cannot 28 1, 78 | But a power cannot be ~laid aside. Therefore conscience 29 1, 85 | matter. Moreover it was laid down above (A[1]) that the 30 1, 88 | follows from ~what has been laid down (A[4]), since the separated 31 1, 90 | elsewhere (Ps. 94:5), "His hands laid down the ~dry land"; but 32 1, 102 | moving principle, as is laid down Phys. iii, ~3. And 33 1, 109 | which is against what is laid down above (Q[108], A[2]). ~ 34 1, 109 | angels. This is not only laid down by the holy ~doctors, 35 1, 109 | opinion of Aristotle ~who laid down (Metaph. xi, 8) that 36 1, 109 | immaterial ~substances. For Plato laid down that immaterial substances 37 1, 118 | is burning, other wood is laid on, and so on until the 38 2, 4 | as to the rest there is laid ~up for me a crown of justice." 39 2, 14 | counsel about things that are laid ~down by law; hence we speak 40 2, 14 | Although that which is laid down by the law is not due 41 2, 48 | from the degrees of anger laid down by Our Lord ~(Mt. 5: 42 2, 61 | truth; but if the burden is ~laid on us it is to be taken 43 2, 67 | can lay, but that which is laid; which is Christ Jesus," 44 2, 89 | foundation, as though they were laid directly upon it, but because 45 2, 89 | it, but because they ~are laid beside it; in the same sense 46 2, 90 | 1~On the contrary, It is laid down in the Decretals, dist. 47 2, 95 | same burdens should be not laid on children as ~adults); 48 2, 96 | parts. For some things are laid down simply in a ~general 49 2, 96 | when, to wit, burdens ~are laid on the subjects, according 50 2, 97 | to the nature of law, as laid ~down by Isidore (Etym. 51 2, 102 | other ~peace-offerings, as laid down in Lev. 7:15, seqq.~ 52 2, 102 | to make an altar of wood laid over with gold or brass; 53 2, 102 | leprosy, or to a house; as laid down in Lev. 14.~Aquin.: 54 2, 102 | this expiation; it ~was laid down that once a year, on 55 2, 103 | flesh," says he, ~"being laid on them until the time of 56 2, 104 | For certain precepts are laid down concerning the ~institution 57 2, 105 | injury to him. And so the Law laid down that it should be ~ 58 2, 105 | public duties should be laid on a recently married man, 59 2, 108 | considered as temporal commands laid upon the apostles for the 60 2, 109 | anathema who say God has laid impossibilities ~upon man." 61 2, 109 | For nothing impossible is laid ~upon man, as stated above ( 62 2, 114 | As to ~the rest, there is laid up for me a crown of justice, 63 2, 11 | out, the whole earth was laid waste by its flame."~Aquin.: 64 2, 29 | again no ~general rule can laid down.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[31] 65 2, 30 | must be observed which were laid down when we spoke of ~giving 66 2, 37 | divine and ~earthly laws have laid down that those who are 67 2, 43 | wise architect, I have ~laid a foundation." On the other 68 2, 53 | the land, which had been ~laid at their feet. Therefore 69 2, 55 | matters when once it is laid down." If, however, a thing ~ 70 2, 59 | back. This ~kind of just is laid down in the Law (Ex. 21: 71 2, 66 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, it is laid down (Decret. II, qu. viii, 72 2, 66 | 1~On the contrary, It is laid down (Decret. II, qu. viii, 73 2, 67 | be guilty ~of the crime laid to his charge is not contrary 74 2, 67 | means of escape. Hence it is laid down (Decret. ~II, qu. vi, 75 2, 67 | he is able. ~Hence it is laid down (II, qu. vi, can. Omnino 76 2, 68 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, it is laid down (Decret. II, qu. iv, 77 2, 76 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, it is laid down (Extra, De Usuris, 78 2, 81 | that four conditions are laid down; namely, to ~ask - " 79 2, 84 | defiled and that which is laid thereupon is ~contemptible." 80 2, 84 | 1~On the contrary, It is laid down (16, qu. vii, can. 81 2, 96 | perjury is a mortal sin. It is laid ~down (Extra, De Jurejur, 82 2, 98 | of committing simony, as laid down ~by law [*Cap. Quaesitum, 83 2, 145 | widespreading snare would be laid for men.~Aquin.: SMT SS 84 2, 159 | foundation, ~which is first laid before the rest of the building. 85 2, 178 | that discoursing must be laid aside and the ~soul's gaze 86 2, 178 | for then all things ~being laid aside, the soul continues 87 2, 181 | the contrary, It is thus laid down in the Decretals (II, 88 2, 183 | pastoral cure is not to be laid aside on account of scandal ~ 89 2, 183 | understand that our Lord laid these commands on His ~disciples 90 2, 184 | founded on the ~principles laid down by our Lord. Now our 91 2, 185 | i, ~can. Placuit) it is laid down as follows: "It is 92 2, 187 | burden of orders should be laid on the walls when ~these 93 2, 187 | difficult things ~are to be laid on them as an obligation 94 3, 2 | A[3]). And if stress ~is laid on the word "person," we 95 3, 15 | 53:6) that "the Lord hath laid on Him the iniquity ~of 96 3, 22 | he-goat and a calf, as laid down, Lev. 16:11, and yet 97 3, 35 | had brought forth, ~"and laid Him in a manger." Consequently 98 3, 35 | wrapped up the ~child, and laid Him in a manger.'" These 99 3, 37 | son or for a daughter," as laid ~down Lev. 12:6. And this 100 3, 37 | in swaddling clothes and laid in a manger" [*Bede ~on 101 3, 38 | namely, Peter and ~John - "laid their hands upon them, and 102 3, 39 | the approach to heaven is laid open by the fire of the ~ 103 3, 43 | villages or ~into cities, they laid the sick in the streets, 104 3, 44 | walking. After that again He laid ~His hands upon his eyes, 105 3, 44 | Antioch] ~says: "He spat and laid His hands upon the blind 106 3, 45 | said to be transfigured, "laid aside His natural ~shape 107 3, 46 | preordained by God, as was laid ~down in the FP, Q[14], 108 3, 46 | being bound to die that He laid His body aside, but ~because 109 3, 46 | the same. And even had He laid His body aside without any ~ 110 3, 46 | within limits. ~But, as was laid down in the FS, Q[64], A[ 111 3, 46 | in like fashion ~Christ laid down His most beloved life 112 3, 46 | also the ~greatest, as was laid down in the first volume 113 3, 46 | among'] the Enacims was laid there."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 114 3, 47 | injury, He is said to have laid ~down His life, or to have 115 3, 47 | Isaias (53:6): "The Lord hath laid ~on Him the iniquities of 116 3, 48 | dignity of His life which He laid ~down in atonement, for 117 3, 49 | place, since His body was laid in a ~sepulchre and His 118 3, 50 | say that the Word of God laid down His soul" . . . it 119 3, 50 | should we say that the ~soul laid itself down," it follows " 120 3, 50 | if the Word of God ~had laid aside the parts of human 121 3, 50 | Word of God: the same was ~laid in the tomb." But Christ' 122 3, 50 | and Christ's dead body was laid in the tomb. Therefore it 123 3, 51 | the high ~heavens to be laid in the earth. But what befalls 124 3, 51 | His death; for no one is laid in the grave unless ~there 125 3, 51 | no home, after death ~was laid to rest in another's tomb, 126 3, 51 | clothed by ~Joseph. But He is laid in a "new" sepulchre, as 127 3, 52 | His body, ~and this was laid in the sepulchre, as stated 128 3, 52 | that "Christ's body was laid ~in the sepulchre when He 129 3, 52 | of His Godhead. which was laid bare before them in the 130 3, 52 | willed His body to be laid in the tomb, so likewise 131 3, 53 | earth . . ~. this my hope is laid up in my bosom."~Aquin.: 132 3, 53 | again the soul which it had ~laid aside, and the soul took 133 3, 56 | to His body, which death laid low. Therefore His Resurrection 134 3, 61 | before the Law it was not laid down precisely ~of what 135 3, 72 | 17) that the apostles ~"laid their hands upon" those 136 3, 75 | the previous form being laid ~aside. Secondly, they have 137 3, 83 | consecration, ~we find it laid down in the same distinction 138 3, 83 | because Christ's body was laid in a stone sepulchre. ~This 139 3, 83 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 6: As is laid down in the same distinction, " 140 3, 83 | and of the apostles, who laid ~the foundations of this 141 3, 83 | Consecr., dist. 1, it is laid down: "Let the ~bishop hinder 142 3, 83 | following. Hence, as is laid down (De Consecr., ~dist. 143 3, 83 | someone else. Hence, ~as is laid down (Decretal vii, q. 1), 144 3, 83 | be ~observed; and, as is laid down by the Council of Toledo, 145 3, 84 | 8:17) that the apostles "laid their hands upon them, ~ 146 3, 84 | those on whom ~the hands are laid being, as it were, united 147 3, 89 | office of ~priest": and as laid down in the Decretals (Dist. 148 Suppl, 6 | the precept of the Church laid down in the general ~council ( 149 Suppl, 7 | placed under a seal, is not laid bare, but ~closed up. But 150 Suppl, 7 | confession. Therefore sin is not laid bare in confession, but 151 Suppl, 7 | every confession sin is laid bare to the priest, and ~ 152 Suppl, 13| the burden of punishment ~laid upon another.~Aquin.: SMT 153 Suppl, 22| sometimes a whole country ~is laid under an interdict. Therefore 154 Suppl, 22| just as a whole kingdom is laid ~under an interdict on account 155 Suppl, 26| by virtue of the merits laid up in the Church's ~treasury.~ 156 Suppl, 34| as ~He acts on others, He laid this natural law on all 157 Suppl, 64| is given to him, it is laid down that the husband may 158 Suppl, 71| communion of saints is laid down as an article of faith. 159 Suppl, 72| and all animals will be laid low; on the "ninth" day 160 Suppl, 76| Therefore the ~same body that is laid aside in death is not resumed 161 Suppl, 76| the selfsame body that was laid aside in death, but with ~ 162 Suppl, 77| according to the rule already laid down ~(ad 3), whatever was 163 Suppl, 93| the martyrdom of some who laid hands upon ~themselves in


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