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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | military ~science. That it thus uses them is not due to its own 2 1, 1 | arguments; but ~properly uses the authority of the canonical 3 1, 7 | Phys. ii). But mathematics ~uses the infinite in magnitude; 4 1, 13 | God; because each of them uses this name GOD to signify 5 1, 22 | author of nature; but he uses natural things ~in applying 6 1, 23 | se"; but he accepts and uses them in such ~numbers as 7 1, 23 | stones, but accepts and uses just so many as are ~sufficient 8 1, 27 | answer that, Divine Scripture uses, in relation to God, names 9 1, 35 | Nevertheless Augustine (Fulgentius) uses the name of Image in this ~ 10 1, 45 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Augustine uses the word creation in an 11 1, 55 | follows that the higher angel ~uses one universal form for knowing 12 1, 57 | any intelligible species, uses them at will. Hence the ~ 13 1, 57 | imagination, but can make various uses of them.~Aquin.: SMT FP 14 1, 62 | to the angels, whom He uses for spiritual ministrations"; 15 1, 66 | well-known objects. Hence he uses a variety of figures in 16 1, 68 | threefold sense. ~Sometimes it uses the word in its proper and 17 1, 68 | there are metaphorical uses of the word heaven, as when 18 1, 74 | speaking which Scripture uses in narrating ~the works 19 1, 74 | Para. 1/1~Whether Scripture uses suitable words to express 20 1, 76 | moves the body; ~whence he uses the word "administration." 21 1, 46 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Augustine uses the word creation in an 22 1, 56 | follows that the higher angel ~uses one universal form for knowing 23 1, 58 | any intelligible species, uses them at will. Hence the ~ 24 1, 58 | imagination, but can make various uses of them.~Aquin.: SMT FP 25 1, 63 | to the angels, whom He uses for spiritual ministrations"; 26 1, 67 | well-known objects. Hence he uses a variety of figures in 27 1, 69 | threefold sense. ~Sometimes it uses the word in its proper and 28 1, 69 | there are metaphorical uses of the word heaven, as when 29 1, 73 | speaking which Scripture uses in narrating ~the works 30 1, 73 | Para. 1/1~Whether Scripture uses suitable words to express 31 1, 75 | moves the body; ~whence he uses the word "administration." 32 1, 77 | of other advantages and uses, or ~disadvantages: just 33 1, 83 | bodies but by the soul, uses the same argument as Aristotle 34 1, 90 | s production, Scripture uses a special way of speaking, 35 1, 92 | Reply OBJ 4: Boethius here uses the word "image" to express 36 1, 106 | words occur, "which anyone uses when he ~wills." So likewise 37 1, 108 | them, it is sacred; for He uses the demons for Himself; ~ 38 2, 13 | as man, in some fashion, uses or enjoys the ~thing which 39 2, 16 | with which man is endowed ~uses all things by its judgment 40 2, 16 | rational ~animal consents and uses.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[16] A[ 41 2, 16 | x, 11): "Whoever enjoys, uses." But man enjoys ~the last 42 2, 16 | the last end. Therefore he uses the last end.~Aquin.: SMT 43 2, 16 | qu. 30): "No one rightly uses ~God, but one enjoys Him." 44 2, 16 | OBJ 3: Further, the will uses the other powers in so far 45 2, 16 | 9], A[3]). ~Therefore it uses itself, by applying itself 46 2, 16 | operation, and afterwards it uses ~(the powers)." Therefore 47 2, 16 | moves the reason also, and uses it, we may take the ~use 48 2, 16 | consents to consent, and uses ~itself in consenting and 49 2, 17 | called use; ~because the will uses the other powers, as stated 50 2, 17 | this ~act whereby the will uses the reason, is preceded 51 2, 17 | every act of a power that uses a corporeal organ, depends 52 2, 18 | action: because the will uses the ~limbs to act as instruments; 53 2, 21 | in the sight ~of him that uses it; because the entire action 54 2, 26 | xiv, 7) the holy Scripture uses both words in reference 55 2, 31 | definition of the Philosopher, he uses the word ~"sensible" in 56 2, 50 | habit "is that which one ~uses when one wills," as stated 57 2, 57 | habits to ~their respective uses.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[57] A[ 58 2, 69 | by a virtue so ~that he uses them in moderation - and 59 2, 69 | by a virtue, so that man uses these passions in ~moderation - 60 2, 78 | ignorance. But whenever he uses the vicious ~habit he must 61 2, 78 | through habit, as long as he uses the habit. But since he 62 2, 102 | Sanctuary'. The Douay version uses both expressions], which ~ 63 2, 12 | vain even more than he who uses the ~name of God in confirmation 64 2, 31 | Reply OBJ 1: The doctor uses force towards a madman, 65 2, 53 | flesh, because then one uses the care of the flesh ~as 66 2, 53 | whether good or ~evil, a man uses means that are not true 67 2, 54 | injustice, as when ~a man uses guile and fraud in calumniating 68 2, 59 | involuntary when anyone ~uses another man's chattel, person, 69 2, 62 | and accommodated to the uses of others.~Aquin.: SMT SS 70 2, 62 | a man, in self-defense, ~uses more than necessary violence, 71 2, 75 | adapted to all ~the human uses for which silver and gold 72 2, 76 | with it, or the craftsman uses it for his craft, and ~consequently 73 2, 76 | good end, since even God ~uses all sin for some good, since 74 2, 76 | xlvii) answered that he who uses, not for a bad but for a 75 2, 82 | place, adoration whereby one uses one's body to reverence 76 2, 85 | have separated for ~their uses and necessities." Again, 77 2, 87 | If, however, the swearer uses ~no guile, he is bound in 78 2, 88 | relates to the devil, who uses the irrational ~creature 79 2, 107 | his ~own will, whereby he uses both habits and members, 80 2, 115 | from spending much on good uses, ~without having the habit 81 2, 116 | that are subject to the uses of ~human life are comprised 82 2, 121 | command of reason: so that man uses it at his will, which ~would 83 2, 121 | assistance, but because it uses the sensitive appetite as 84 2, 121 | instrument, ~just as it uses the members of the body. 85 2, 130 | glory: seeing that as a man ~uses honor moderately, so too 86 2, 132 | which the magnificent man uses to produce a great work, 87 2, 135 | a habit is a ~thing one uses at will, it does not follow 88 2, 135 | has the ~habit of virtue uses it unchangeably until death.~ 89 2, 139 | which it makes use, and uses them only for ~as much as 90 2, 139 | things, and these ~temperance uses moderately, according to 91 2, 149 | Ethic. iii, 10. Now ~the uses of meats, drinks, and venereal 92 2, 150 | liberality, ~which is about all uses of money in general. Now 93 2, 151 | in the venereal act a man uses only what is his own, except ~ 94 2, 159 | hope. Because fortitude uses ~daring more than it suppresses 95 2, 159 | confidence in self more than it uses it; wherefore excessive ~ 96 2, 165 | puffeth up," or because one uses the knowledge of truth in ~ 97 2, 167 | things themselves which man ~uses, that there is vice, but 98 2, 167 | but on the part of man who uses them ~immoderately. This 99 2, 167 | Christ. iii, 12): "Whoever uses ~outward things in such 100 2, 167 | guilty of sin, inasmuch as he uses these things for sensual 101 2, 167 | Christ. iii, 12): "Whoever uses transitory ~things with 102 2, 176 | principal worker, for He uses instrumentally either ~man' 103 2, 182 | double honor"; and again he uses the term "bishops" in the 104 2, 183 | by turning it to secular ~uses."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[185] 105 2, 183 | sake of his sheep, if he uses his authority over them 106 2, 186 | property of the poor on His own uses," ~namely by paying the 107 3, 8 | Reply OBJ 3: Augustine here uses the similitude of cause 108 3, 15 | to its custom." And he ~uses the word "necessity" in 109 3, 29 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Jerome uses the term "husband" in reference 110 3, 46 | Reply OBJ 1: Even nature uses several means to one intent, 111 3, 55 | Aristotle ~occasionally uses the term in his works [* 112 3, 63 | abuses a ~habit of virtue, or uses well an evil habit. It remains, 113 3, 64 | thing is indifferent to many uses, it must needs ~be determined 114 3, 65 | The same principal agent uses various instruments unto ~ 115 3, 66 | Baptisms," the gloss ~says: "He uses the plural, because there 116 3, 71 | exorcizing, the Church uses words of command to cast 117 3, 72 | of the Church, who always uses this ~form.~Aquin.: SMT 118 3, 77 | Consequently, Ambrose uses the word "bread" in this 119 3, 78 | the sacrament, the priest uses no longer his own words, 120 3, 78 | priest in ~consecrating uses these words, not as spoken 121 3, 78 | instructed by the apostles, uses this form.~Aquin.: SMT TP 122 3, 80 | matter: and consequently both uses follow the ~sacrament. On 123 3, 80 | sacramentally, ~because he uses what he takes, not as a 124 3, 80 | virtues, "which no one uses to evil purpose," as though 125 3, 83 | said before, or whether he uses bread and wine which are 126 3, 84 | in which sense Augustine uses the term in his book De ~ 127 Suppl, 2 | powers, which the ~will uses for its own end, but also 128 Suppl, 19| likened, not to the one who uses the keys, but ~to Christ. 129 Suppl, 29| something else by him that uses it, as occurs in the mechanical 130 Suppl, 29| the Universal Church, who uses ~certain words in the bestowal 131 Suppl, 29| of the ~Roman Church, who uses no other than words of supplication 132 Suppl, 40| ministers. Now the bishop uses the vestments of the ministers, ~ 133 Suppl, 42| A[1], where St. Thomas uses the same ~expression; and 134 Suppl, 43| impediment arise; and the Church uses ~compulsion in the sense 135 Suppl, 45| other contracts, a man who uses words referring to ~the 136 Suppl, 45| thee" - but only ~when he uses words indicative of the 137 Suppl, 45| consequently whenever he uses marriage he will ~commit 138 Suppl, 47| as regards the party who uses ~compulsion?~Aquin.: SMT 139 Suppl, 47| as regards the party who uses compulsion. For matrimony 140 Suppl, 49| 1~OBJ 3: Further, he who uses as he will that which is 141 Suppl, 49| use is good, but when one uses it as one ought according 142 Suppl, 49| mortal sin. But whoever uses his wife ~for mere pleasure 143 Suppl, 49| enjoys a ~creature; but he uses a creature actually for 144 Suppl, 52| the lawgiver how each ~one uses his own, and consequently 145 Suppl, 55| mortal sin, which the Church uses all her endeavors to prevent, 146 Suppl, 65| OBJ 4: Further, whoever uses his own property as he will, 147 Suppl, 65| although by doing so a man uses his own property without 148 Suppl, 70| the soul of the sleeper uses the organ of imagination 149 Suppl, 72| respect ~that Augustine uses this argument to show that 150 Suppl, 72| instrument, or as a sailor uses his ~ship: wherefore according 151 Suppl, 77| intention of art: and it also ~uses other instruments for the 152 Suppl, 93| virtuous ~act), since widowhood uses no carnal pleasures in connection 153 Suppl, 94| separated from the body uses as an organ ~some part of 154 Suppl, 94| teaching, since the soul uses a definite bodily organ, ~ 155 Suppl, 94| bodily organ, ~even as art uses definite instruments, so


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