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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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complete

    Part, Question
1 1, 5 | being) but viewed in its ~complete actuality, a thing is said 2 1, 5 | exists; and regarded in its complete actuality, it is good simply - 3 1, 5 | sort good, and ~even in its complete actuality, it in some sort 4 1, 5 | absolute goodness signifies ~complete actuality.~Aquin.: SMT FP 5 1, 7 | that a body, which is a complete magnitude, ~can be considered 6 1, 13 | whereas their form is not a complete ~subsisting thing, but rather 7 1, 13 | used by us to signify a complete subsisting thing must ~have 8 1, 26 | instead of ~riches He has that complete self-sufficiency, which 9 1, 32 | to ~have the goodness of complete happiness. Nor is the image 10 1, 34 | In God, however, it means complete identity, because in God ~ 11 1, 50 | immortality, which ~includes complete immutability; since "every 12 1, 52 | it is impossible for two complete causes to be the causes ~ 13 1, 55 | form does not perfectly complete the potentiality of the 14 1, 55 | which is not ~naturally complete, but is successively completed 15 1, 55 | understanding is ~naturally complete by intelligible species, 16 1, 62 | creation was ~made perfect and complete; nor did its lack of form 17 1, 73 | Further, nothing is said to be complete to which many things are ~ 18 1, 73 | whole having its ~parts complete. But the 'second' perfection 19 1, 75 | which subsists, and ~is complete in a specific nature. The 20 1, 75 | but that which has the complete nature of its species. Hence 21 1, 51 | immortality, which ~includes complete immutability; since "every 22 1, 53 | it is impossible for two complete causes to be the causes ~ 23 1, 56 | form does not perfectly complete the ~potentiality of the 24 1, 56 | which is not ~naturally complete, but is successively completed 25 1, 56 | understanding is ~naturally complete by intelligible species, 26 1, 63 | creation was ~made perfect and complete; nor did its lack of form 27 1, 72 | Further, nothing is said to be complete to which many things are ~ 28 1, 72 | whole having its ~parts complete. But the 'second' perfection 29 1, 74 | which subsists, and ~is complete in a specific nature. The 30 1, 74 | but that which has the complete nature of its species. Hence 31 1, 83 | generically, yet it has not a complete likeness thereof, because ~ 32 1, 84 | act of the intellect is complete knowledge, when ~the object 33 1, 85 | be something whole and complete. Consequently it cannot 34 1, 86 | a "pure act," nor as a "complete act," and hence the angel' 35 1, 89 | the soul has of itself a ~complete species and nature, and 36 1, 89 | soul by its nature were a complete species, so that ~it might 37 1, 100 | would have been much ~more complete than what we have now by 38 1, 103 | Forms and accidents are not complete beings, since they do ~not 39 2, 1 | is perfected so as to be complete." It is therefore necessary ~ 40 2, 1 | perfection is ordained to complete perfection which is achieved ~ 41 2, 1 | scientist's good, included in complete and perfect good, which 42 2, 1 | manner that good is most complete which the man with ~well 43 2, 13 | impossible. Wherefore the complete act of the will is only 44 2, 18 | defect, but good from the complete cause," ~as Dionysius says ( 45 2, 20 | case where a man's will is ~complete, and does not refrain from 46 2, 25 | passions, not because they complete the others simply, ~but 47 2, 25 | simply, ~but because they complete them as regards the movement 48 2, 27 | have these virtues in the complete habit, yet ~they have them 49 2, 31 | establishment, but as in the fact of complete ~establishment, in the term 50 2, 31 | 32,33] maintained, but a "complete ~fact," as stated in Ethic. 51 2, 33 | perfect, then it includes complete rest; ~and the movement 52 2, 37 | contemplation which requires complete repose, than inward sorrow 53 2, 50 | precedence of power, as the complete ~takes precedence of the 54 2, 57 | efficient cause or object of ~complete happiness, i.e. God, Who 55 2, 65 | inclinations fail to have the complete character of virtue, if 56 2, 65 | inchoate state; secondly, as complete virtues. ~For since virtue 57 2, 69 | no words can express that complete change ~into the likeness 58 2, 72 | first, when each ~has the complete species; thus a horse and 59 2, 72 | thus the building is the complete ~generation of a house, 60 2, 72 | deed, not as into various complete species: for the ~consummation 61 2, 72 | wherefore sins of deed have the ~complete species; but the first beginning 62 2, 72 | three belong to the one complete ~species of sin, since they 63 2, 72 | are stages following ~the complete species of sin, even as 64 2, 72 | boyhood and youth follow the ~complete generation of a man.~Aquin.: 65 2, 74 | that ~therefore it has its complete nature and is a mortal sin.~ 66 2, 107 | that the New Law is not a ~complete fulfilment of the Old.~Aquin.: 67 2, 109 | are not to think that the complete rising from sin precedes 68 2, 113 | will; hence without any complete movement of the free-will, ~ 69 2, 14 | blindness of mind implies the complete privation of the knowledge ~ 70 2, 23 | engendered, each act ~does not complete the formation of the virtue, 71 2, 36 | Reply OBJ 3: Contention is complete and is a mortal sin when, 72 2, 56 | 3~Accordingly, this is a complete definition of justice; save 73 2, 108 | because good results from a ~complete cause, while evil results 74 2, 135 | build a house, but does not complete it. Accordingly we must ~ 75 2, 169 | by ~way of an abiding and complete form, perfects the intellect 76 2, 169 | by way of an abiding and complete form, according to Ps. 35: 77 2, 171 | the senses is sometimes complete, so that a man ~perceives 78 3 | is necessary, in order to complete ~the work of theology, that 79 3, 1 | are given to you are as complete ~and perfect as if none 80 3, 2 | three ways. First, from two complete things which remain in ~ 81 3, 2 | for the hand is not ~a complete substance, but part of a 82 3, 2 | union with something ~more complete, it is not said to be a 83 3, 2 | is God and man. But the complete being with which it concurs 84 3, 2 | comes to a thing that is complete in being ~comes to it accidentally, 85 3, 2 | into communion with the complete being, ~just as in the resurrection 86 3, 2 | God from all eternity had complete ~being in hypostasis or 87 3, 2 | participation. Also, it is complete in itself, having in itself 88 3, 3 | perfect God and perfect man, complete God and complete ~man," 89 3, 3 | perfect man, complete God and complete ~man," as Damascene says ( 90 3, 6 | intention of the doer, what is ~complete is prior to what is incomplete, 91 3, 16 | definition of a person, implies a complete substance subsisting of 92 3, 16 | person signifies something complete and ~self-subsisting in 93 3, 18 | particular reason, there is not complete ~contrariety of will, e.g. 94 3, 19 | person requires unity of the complete and ~personal being. But 95 3, 27 | as to its manifest and complete ~operations.~Aquin.: SMT 96 3, 31 | been possible to bring to complete seminal ~perfection. Consequently 97 3, 35 | the world, in sign of His complete victory, in order that from ~ 98 3, 46 | sensitive passion is said to be complete when it comes ~into contact 99 3, 50 | sort; in ~another way, the complete dissolving into elements. 100 3, 53 | 5/5~Fifthly, in order to complete the work of our salvation: 101 3, 54 | Whether He rose with His complete body?~(3) Whether His was 102 3, 54 | it would not have been a ~complete resurrection, if whatever 103 3, 55 | to make the manifestation complete, He also showed that He 104 3, 60 | expressed, the sacrament is complete.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[60] A[ 105 3, 60 | mispronunciation, the ~sacrament is complete. This would be the case 106 3, 62 | soon as the sacrament is complete. Therefore it seems that 107 3, 62 | stands in comparison to the complete and ~perfect power of anything, 108 3, 62 | manner of a permanent and complete power, as the argument proves. 109 3, 63 | character, as that which is complete and ~perfect is compared 110 3, 63 | the soul, as a form having complete existence ~therein: whereas 111 3, 63 | stated above (A[2]). Now a complete form is in its subject according 112 3, 73 | continuous, but also when it is complete; ~thus we speak of one house, 113 3, 73 | perfection, ~when it is complete through the presence of 114 3, 73 | for its ~end; as a man is complete by having all the members 115 3, 74 | because it would not be a complete ~sacrament.~Aquin.: SMT 116 3, 78 | signification of this speech is complete directly those ~words are 117 3, 78 | consecration of the bread is complete, the body of Christ is indeed ~ 118 3, 83 | he ~ought nevertheless to complete the sacrifice and receive 119 3, 83 | consecration of the ~blood, and complete the sacrifice.~Aquin.: SMT 120 3, 84 | 2/2~It would be a more complete explanation to say that 121 3, 86 | punishment precedes the complete release from ~temporal punishment, 122 3, 87 | this separation is made complete by mortal sin, and incomplete ~ 123 Suppl, 2 | degree of gravity was already complete, and no further guilt accrued ~ 124 Suppl, 19| then, whereas now they are complete as bestowed by Christ on 125 Suppl, 29| Thirdly, as something complete, that is composed of several 126 Suppl, 29| then the sacrament ~can be complete both in one and in several 127 Suppl, 29| Reply OBJ 1: The unity of a complete whole is not destroyed by 128 Suppl, 29| united together in one complete action, viz. the anointing 129 Suppl, 29| end of life, ~ought to be complete, since there is no other 130 Suppl, 37| the whole is found to be complete in one ~part, but in the 131 Suppl, 43| not as yet ~possessed of complete self-control; it results 132 Suppl, 45| case: "Other things cannot complete ~the marriage bond in the 133 Suppl, 45| of penance is not made ~complete except by means of the ministers 134 Suppl, 46| that oath made the marriage complete. Therefore an oath affixed 135 Suppl, 46| there is mere human truth complete a ~marriage, it would seem 136 Suppl, 46| Further, after a marriage is complete, no further consent is required ~ 137 Suppl, 46| carnal intercourse ~cannot complete a marriage the promise of 138 Suppl, 47| its perpetuity, since its ~complete rescission can be demanded. 139 Suppl, 67| offspring. But ~all things are complete by a certain time. Therefore 140 Suppl, 69| s coming they ~have had complete rest through enjoying the 141 Suppl, 69| Christ the saints' rest is ~complete through their seeing God, 142 Suppl, 69| satisfaction was not yet complete. ~On the other hand, in 143 Suppl, 71| more speedy but not a more complete ~release, because each will 144 Suppl, 73| given to that sound ~were a complete being in nature: because 145 Suppl, 76| which passes away ~into complete nonentity cannot be resumed 146 Suppl, 76| mixed ~body passes away into complete nonentity by death, since 147 Suppl, 76| human body ~falls away into complete nonentity. And the variation 148 Suppl, 76| like forms pass away into complete nonentity, and consequently 149 Suppl, 77| properly to matter. But complete ~and definite quantity comes 150 Suppl, 79| resurrection, the soul will ~have complete dominion over the body, 151 Suppl, 80| they are most perfectly complete in their specific being 152 Suppl, 80| subtle on account of the most complete ~perfection of the body. 153 Suppl, 80| doors, so as to afford a complete proof that after His ~resurrection 154 Suppl, 82| there the body will be in complete obedience to the will. ~ 155 Suppl, 88| the number of the elect is complete. Therefore the ~movement 156 Suppl, 88| the number of the elect is complete. Or it may refer ~to the 157 Suppl, 88| less than 36,000 years to complete, it would follow ~that the 158 Suppl, 88| man because he will ~have complete sufficiency from God. This 159 Suppl, 92| knowledge without phantasms, of complete control over the ~body, 160 Appen1, 1| iii, 5, an ordinate and complete ~will is only of things


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