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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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possession

    Part, Question
1 1, 10 | simultaneously-whole ~and perfect possession of interminable life"?~Aquin.: 2 1, 10 | simultaneously-whole and ~perfect possession of interminable life." For 3 1, 10 | duration does not imply "possession." But eternity is a ~kind 4 1, 10 | Therefore eternity is not possession.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[10] A[ 5 1, 10 | eternity, we ~use the word "possession."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[10] A[ 6 1, 22 | creatures, through the ~possession of free will, by which these 7 1, 32 | when it is said that joyous possession of ~good requires partnership, 8 1, 33 | forasmuch as they have ~obtained possession of the heritage of glory, 9 1, 38 | thing is ~another's as a possession, or as a slave; and in that 10 1, 38 | this way signifies the ~possession of the giver, it is personally 11 1, 39 | union or from community of possession, but ~from one nature being 12 1, 42 | generation should attain to the possession of the perfection of the ~ 13 1, 62 | 4), is straightway in possession thereof, owing to his natural 14 1, 62 | the creature enjoying the ~possession of God; and for such conversion, 15 1, 62 | beatitude, they are ~already in possession of beatitude. Consequently 16 1, 38 | thing is ~another's as a possession, or as a slave; and in that 17 1, 38 | this way signifies the ~possession of the giver, it is personally 18 1, 39 | union or from community of possession, but ~from one nature being 19 1, 42 | generation should attain to the possession of the perfection of the ~ 20 1, 63 | 4), is straightway in possession thereof, owing to his natural 21 1, 63 | the creature enjoying the ~possession of God; and for such conversion, 22 1, 63 | beatitude, they are ~already in possession of beatitude. Consequently 23 1, 78 | principle. And thus the possession by ~all men in common of 24 1, 78 | rest, or ~acquisition to possession; of which one belongs to 25 1, 94 | Divine Essence, and the ~possession of God with the enjoyment 26 1, 97 | inasmuch as community of ~possession is a source of strife, as 27 1, 102 | end when he enters into possession. Wherefore nothing ~prevents 28 1, 116 | proposed is already in the possession of ~knowledge, and does 29 2, 1 | is money as "thing," or possession of money as ~"use."~Aquin.: 30 2, 2 | namely, the ~attainment or possession of that thing. If, then, 31 2, 2 | as to the attainment or possession ~thereof, or as to any use 32 2, 3 | there is the attainment or ~possession, the use or enjoyment of 33 2, 3 | end of the miser is the possession of money; and the end of 34 2, 4 | to be understood of the possession of good ~that does not fully 35 2, 5 | inasmuch as it is ~the perfect possession or enjoyment of the Supreme 36 2, 5 | unhappiness, in so far as the possession of such things ~hinders 37 2, 11 | not absolute save in ~the possession of the last end: for as 38 2, 11 | joy, not of hope, but of possession." But so long as a thing 39 2, 11 | had, there is joy, not of possession, but of hope. Therefore 40 2, 11 | has no rest save in the possession of the end. Therefore enjoyment, 41 2, 11 | the fruit until one is in possession of the end. Therefore ~enjoyment 42 2, 11 | thing which is not in our possession. ~Therefore it is possible 43 2, 11 | of his not being yet in possession of it. Now it is ~the object 44 2, 13 | the miser, money or the possession of ~money is the end. The 45 2, 16 | sometimes the attainment or possession of that thing ~(thus the 46 2, 16 | end is either money or the possession of it); it is ~evident that, 47 2, 16 | the thing itself; for the ~possession of money is good only inasmuch 48 2, 28 | external or superficial possession or enjoyment of ~the beloved; 49 2, 33 | wherefore one obtains possession of it successively, and 50 2, 33 | it perfectly, but obtains possession of it little by little. ~ 51 2, 34 | end is either money or the possession ~of money. Accordingly, 52 2, 35 | good loved, for it rests in possession of it. Since then love ~ 53 2, 36 | the appetite towards the possession of good: while the second 54 2, 36 | inclination of the appetite to the possession of good ~causes the inclination 55 2, 57 | because, ~if we were in possession of these, we should need 56 2, 58 | that as long as man is in possession ~of knowledge, he cannot 57 2, 58 | that so long as a man is in possession of knowledge he ~does not 58 2, 66 | this life, so as to be his possession: for this "belongs to ~God 59 2, 67 | which is in our actual ~possession.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[67] A[ 60 2, 68 | has the former in his full possession, ~whereas he possesses the 61 2, 69 | begins to reign in men. The ~"possession" of the land denotes the 62 2, 69 | meek a ~secure and peaceful possession of the land of the living, 63 2, 69 | there are many things the possession of which is accompanied 64 2, 70 | which is that of actual possession, so are the fruits of the 65 2, 72 | inordinate desire, and the possession of which ~gives him inordinate 66 2, 77 | consequently the reason remains in possession of its ~free-will, so as 67 2, 78 | good, so that it may obtain possession of some ~temporal good. 68 2, 78 | evil, that he may obtain possession of what befits ~him in respect 69 2, 87 | for instance, diabolical possession, ~and so forth, and yet 70 2, 94 | says (Etym. 5:4) that "the possession of all ~things in common, 71 2, 94 | them. In this sense, ~"the possession of all things in common 72 2, 98 | not this excellent land in possession for thy justices, for thou 73 2, 100 | desired for the purpose of possession, belongs to ~the concupiscence 74 2, 102 | the Passion came into the possession of the Gentiles, who were ~ 75 2, 102 | show that they were in ~possession of a prerogative of purity, 76 2, 105 | given you" the land "for a possession: and you shall divide it 77 2, 105 | if they had remained in possession of the lender, so that ~ 78 2, 105 | discovered in the thief's possession: because in that case he 79 2, 105 | had not entered into ~the possession of the good things prepared 80 2, 107 | who are perfected by the possession of ~virtuous habits are 81 2, 16 | hopes, intends to ~obtain possession of something for himself.~ 82 2, 17 | hope to ~continue in its possession.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[18] A[ 83 2, 17 | future), but are in actual possession thereof.~Aquin.: SMT SS 84 2, 22 | but in accordance with his possession of some ~other gift of God, 85 2, 24 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The possession of everlasting happiness 86 2, 30 | person who has obtained possession of ~it; as in the case of 87 2, 41 | if we have them in our possession, or by omitting to ~claim 88 2, 41 | them, if they are in the possession of others. For if the scandal ~ 89 2, 41 | as long as they were in possession of ~another's property. 90 2, 42 | passions - or at least to the possession of a ~good conscience - 91 2, 51 | merely through the lust of possession, this ~would be a case of 92 2, 53 | or ~illiberality to take possession of or retain external things 93 2, 55 | from it, for instance ~the possession of property. For if a particular 94 2, 60 | reinstate a person ~in the possession or dominion of his thing, 95 2, 60 | long as he has it in his ~possession, since the thing that he 96 2, 60 | thing ~is no longer in his possession. For just as a man who strikes 97 2, 60 | in the deed, and who took possession of the thing, are ~bound 98 2, 64 | their nature. Therefore ~the possession of external things is not 99 2, 64 | Polit. i, 3) that the ~possession of external things is natural 100 2, 64 | common property: and the possession of ~property is contrary 101 2, 64 | prevent others from obtaining possession of common goods. Therefore 102 2, 64 | anticipates someone in taking possession of ~something which at first 103 2, 64 | belongs to theft to take possession of ~what is another's. The 104 2, 64 | what is another's not as a possession but ~as a part (for instance, 105 2, 64 | to the same end, viz. the possession of another's property. Therefore ~ 106 2, 64 | by force for the sake of ~possession, so is a woman taken by 107 2, 64 | that were never in anyone's possession, for instance ~precious 108 2, 64 | may be nearly in someone's possession: ~and then if anyone take 109 2, 64 | the conqueror has taken possession of the spoils, military ~ 110 2, 75 | buys not for sale but for possession, and afterwards, ~for some 111 2, 81 | them not, that ~we may gain possession of them."~Aquin.: SMT SS 112 2, 83 | directly when we offer our possession to God immediately, and 113 2, 84 | lame or sick is a lawful ~possession. Therefore it would seem 114 2, 84 | that not of every lawful possession ~may one make an oblation. ~ 115 2, 85 | that hath no other part nor possession with thee, and the stranger, 116 2, 85 | does not always remain in possession of all his profit from land 117 2, 85 | the tithes of Israel for a possession, for the ministry ~wherewith 118 2, 93 | to whom, whether it be a possession, an honor, a ~dignity, a 119 2, 106 | father, and slaves are ~a possession of their master. Secondly, 120 2, 106 | both because they are a possession ~of their parents, so that 121 2, 115 | own affection towards the possession and use of ~money. In this 122 2, 116 | money in token of taking possession of something," and again 123 2, 134 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Possession denotes undisturbed ownership; 124 2, 138 | order to ~obtain an earthly possession. But in the New Testament 125 2, 138 | taught how to come to the possession of eternal life by fighting ~ 126 2, 148 | seeing that they are not in ~possession of their faculties.~Aquin.: 127 2, 152 | lust, or it is desired for ~possession, and thus it is a kind of 128 2, 164 | knowledge, but rather about the ~possession of wealth, as stated above ( 129 2, 171 | the prophet were not in possession of his faculties, but abstracted 130 2, 184 | means no cupidity." ~Now the possession of worldly things draws 131 2, 184 | lxiii in Matth.) that "the possession of wealth ~kindles a greater 132 2, 186 | one's own, and that the ~possession of revenues, which are of 133 2, 186 | which ~increases with the possession of wealth; wherefore Jerome 134 2, 186 | preaching the Gospel." Yet the possession of ~much wealth increases 135 2, 186 | common; that the common ~possession of a religious order directed 136 3, 3 | Incarnation men have come into possession ~of the adoption of sons, 137 3, 7 | in heaven, viz.: vision, ~possession and fruition, and the like, 138 3, 16 | lordly hand," or the "lordly ~possession." And hence the man Christ, 139 3, 19 | merit what ~flows from its possession. But Christ has the glory 140 3, 36 | near the ocean was ~in the possession of a document written by 141 3, 41 | for the sake of gaining possession of these ~things, to fall 142 3, 49 | were, brought us to the possession of the heavenly kingdom. 143 3, 58 | excels ~all creatures in the possession of Divine gifts. But each 144 3, 60 | are either in everyone's possession or can be had ~with little 145 3, 83 | the heavenly glory, to the possession of ~which, after this life 146 Suppl, 19| Law had the keys. For the ~possession of the keys results from 147 Suppl, 40| 1:1). Yet he ~retained possession of his inheritance (Jer. 148 Suppl, 40| temporalities; since the possession of earthly things ~is not 149 Suppl, 41| neither did he forbid the possession of things when he said ( 150 Suppl, 55| marriage the wife becomes a possession of the ~husband. Now the 151 Suppl, 55| and fever he was not in possession of his faculties, ~or was 152 Suppl, 59| state of ~which is in the possession of the continent: hence 153 Suppl, 59| the other as the latter's ~possession, as a slave to his master, 154 Suppl, 59| should have entered into possession thereof. Therefore it would ~ 155 Suppl, 61| them enters into bodily possession of the power transferred 156 Suppl, 61| operation. It is like bodily possession and consequently is not ~ 157 Suppl, 64| i) that the devil took possession of a ~woman who had intercourse 158 Suppl, 85| Therefore since some obtain possession of the kingdom ~now, and 159 Suppl, 92| while on the way, but of possession [*Literally "of the reality: ~ 160 Suppl, 93| removed ~further from the possession of sight.~


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