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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 25 | if the predicate is not incompatible with ~the subject, as that 2 1, 25 | predicate is altogether incompatible with the subject, as, for 3 1, 63 | heat of charity, which is ~incompatible with mortal sin. Therefore 4 1, 68 | substance, on the ~second day is incompatible with the opinion of Plato, 5 1, 70 | for such operations are incompatible with a body ~naturally incorruptible. 6 1, 72 | of ~another, it was not incompatible with the first formation 7 1, 64 | heat of charity, which is ~incompatible with mortal sin. Therefore 8 1, 69 | substance, on the ~second day is incompatible with the opinion of Plato, 9 1, 71 | for such operations are incompatible with a body ~naturally incorruptible. 10 1, 71 | of ~another, it was not incompatible with the first formation 11 1, 78 | tomorrow. ~And this is not incompatible with the intellectual nature: 12 1, 84 | the composition of things incompatible; as, for instance, to ~describe 13 1, 85 | OBJ 3: Intelligibility is incompatible with the singular not as ~ 14 1, 89 | powers; all of which are ~incompatible with the Divine Nature, 15 1, 93 | the primitive state was ~incompatible with deception of the intellect.~ 16 1, 94 | knowledge which seems to be ~incompatible with the perfection of the 17 1, 94 | which implies imperfection incompatible with the ~perfection of 18 1, 94 | guilt, and unhappiness are incompatible with the perfection of ~ 19 1, 94 | evil for their object were incompatible ~with the perfection of 20 1, 94 | evil in another are not incompatible with the perfection of the ~ 21 2, 2 | man's supreme good, it is incompatible with any evil. Now all the ~ 22 2, 4 | hindrance to ~operation is not incompatible with Happiness, but prevents 23 2, 4 | for the animal life, are ~incompatible with that spiritual life 24 2, 6 | Mover. And just as it is not incompatible ~with nature that the natural 25 2, 10 | will to anything, it is incompatible with ~this supposition, 26 2, 28 | of love. For absence is ~incompatible with union. But love is 27 2, 28 | etc. But ~contention is incompatible with love. Therefore zeal 28 2, 28 | heart ~is a disposition incompatible with love: while melting 29 2, 29 | and repugnance are not ~incompatible with the notion of being 30 2, 33 | 3: Further, distaste is incompatible with desire. But pleasure 31 2, 37 | considerable attention is incompatible therewith.~Aquin.: SMT FS 32 2, 38 | being bodily things, are incompatible with the ~contemplation 33 2, 39 | it ~seems that sorrow is incompatible with rectitude of the will, 34 2, 59 | same book. Now ~health is incompatible with disease. Therefore 35 2, 59 | Therefore passion is incompatible with moral virtue.~Aquin.: 36 2, 59 | nothing praiseworthy is incompatible with moral virtue. Therefore 37 2, 59 | passions of the soul ~were incompatible with virtue: and the Philosopher 38 2, 59 | would seem that sorrow is incompatible with virtue. Because ~the 39 2, 59 | 16). Therefore sorrow is incompatible with virtue ~also.~Aquin.: 40 2, 59 | hindrance to good works is incompatible ~with virtue. Therefore 41 2, 59 | virtue. Therefore sorrow is incompatible with virtue.~Aquin.: SMT 42 2, 59 | But disease of the mind is incompatible with virtue, which ~is a 43 2, 59 | opposed to virtue ~and is incompatible with it.~Aquin.: SMT FS 44 2, 59 | reason: wherefore it is ~incompatible with virtue. But this is 45 2, 59 | pertaining to virtue is ~incompatible with virtue: since virtue 46 2, 63 | contraries, so that they are ~incompatible. Now man cannot avoid sin 47 2, 63 | Reply OBJ 2: Mortal sin is incompatible with divinely infused virtue, ~ 48 2, 64 | the nature of a mean is incompatible with that which is extreme. 49 2, 67 | of the object is ~quite incompatible with imperfect knowledge 50 2, 67 | the ~part of the medium is incompatible with imperfect knowledge 51 2, 67 | the part of the subject is incompatible with imperfect ~knowledge 52 2, 67 | that faith ~and bliss are incompatible in one and the same subject.~ 53 2, 67 | its object, which is not incompatible with vision ~which is the 54 2, 67 | as the mode of faith is ~incompatible.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[67] A[ 55 2, 67 | imperfection of its subject, is incompatible with the opposite ~perfection 56 2, 67 | the moral virtues are not incompatible with the ~perfection of 57 2, 67 | Consequently they are ~incompatible with one another, just as 58 2, 68 | mercy," all of which are incompatible with the heavenly state. 59 2, 71 | vicious act, i.e. sin, is incompatible with ~virtue. For contraries 60 2, 71 | A[1]). Therefore ~sin is incompatible with virtue.~Aquin.: SMT 61 2, 71 | wherefore a natural form is ~incompatible with the act of a contrary 62 2, 71 | contrary form: thus heat is incompatible ~with the act of cooling, 63 2, 71 | Accordingly, mortal sin is incompatible with the infused virtues, 64 2, 71 | of its act. Hence sin is incompatible with the act, but not with ~ 65 2, 71 | wills one thing that is incompatible with ~this other, wills, 66 2, 79 | done?" Therefore it is not incompatible with God's goodness that 67 2, 87 | absolutely, because this would be incompatible ~with the perpetuity of 68 2, 89 | of the primitive state is incompatible with ~any inordinateness 69 2, 108 | external acts that are ~incompatible with righteousness, peace, 70 2, 1 | same respect, science is incompatible with either opinion or faith, ~ 71 2, 1 | reasons. Because science is incompatible with opinion ~about the 72 2, 7 | which purifies the heart is incompatible with ~impurity. But faith 73 2, 7 | quickened by charity, then it is incompatible with any kind of impurity, ~ 74 2, 8 | gift of understanding is incompatible with ~faith. For Augustine 75 2, 8 | faith and understanding are incompatible in the same subject.~Aquin.: 76 2, 8 | 1]). Therefore faith is incompatible with understanding in the 77 2, 8 | But science ~and faith are incompatible in the same subject, as 78 2, 17 | future, but present, it is incompatible with the virtue of hope. ~ 79 2, 18 | gifts of the Holy Ghost are incompatible with the will to sin, as 80 2, 23 | charity: hence they are incompatible, ~not with the perfection 81 2, 23 | this respect charity is incompatible with sin through the power 82 2, 27 | Therefore the joy of charity is ~incompatible with an admixture of sorrow.~ 83 2, 27 | This joy of ~charity is incompatible with an admixture of sorrow, 84 2, 27 | which is its object is incompatible with any admixture of evil: 85 2, 32 | for the reason that it ~is incompatible with one's natural good, 86 2, 38 | pursuits are altogether incompatible with the duties of a ~bishop 87 2, 43 | chiefly in such things as are incompatible with ~mortal sin, according 88 2, 43 | charity. Now charity is incompatible with mortal sin, as ~shown 89 2, 77 | action that is illicit and incompatible with the act to ~which he 90 2, 86 | God's service, for this is incompatible with ~matrimony, in which 91 2, 87 | morally evil or hurtful is incompatible with the matter of an oath: 92 2, 98 | and which is essentially incompatible with a ~non-gratuitous giving. 93 2, 107 | to it, because truth is incompatible with the denial of ~truth, 94 2, 108 | truth. For opposites ~are incompatible with one another. But lying 95 2, 112 | loves not, and this is incompatible with virtue. Therefore this 96 2, 115 | part of justice, but is ~incompatible with it.~Aquin.: SMT SS 97 2, 130 | for opinion. Again it is ~incompatible with magnanimity for a man 98 2, 135 | be saved." Hence it ~is incompatible with such like perseverance 99 2, 143 | mean to say that nothing incompatible ~with honesty can be simply 100 2, 145 | reason there is something ~incompatible with observance of the precept. 101 2, 151 | absorbs the mind, that "it is incompatible with the ~act of understanding," 102 2, 151 | considering ~spiritual things is incompatible with the aforesaid pleasure. 103 2, 152 | the sexes, as ~something incompatible with matrimony, it is opposed 104 2, 152 | wherever we find something ~incompatible with the right use of venereal 105 2, 156 | anger blinds ~it." Nor is it incompatible with virtue that the deliberation 106 2, 159 | in Christian teaching is incompatible with humility. Now Christian ~ 107 2, 160 | is ~not essentially most incompatible with the good of virtue. 108 2, 166 | provided that joking be not incompatible with the gravity of the ~ 109 2, 166 | nevertheless they are ~incompatible with the ecclesiastical 110 2, 170 | there be anything in him incompatible ~with prophecy, it is removed 111 2, 173 | 12, faith and hope are ~incompatible with the vision of the Divine 112 2, 182 | which, namely, charity is incompatible, whereas ~the counsels are 113 2, 183 | regards what ~perchance is incompatible with perfection, whereas 114 2, 183 | religious observances ~as may be incompatible with the episcopal office, 115 2, 183 | but in those that ~are incompatible with the episcopal office, 116 2, 185 | there is in him ~something incompatible with these things, either 117 2, 185 | 3: These two things are incompatible, namely, the ordinary ~cure 118 2, 186 | though not absolutely ~incompatible with it; while it is not 119 3, 2 | But the Divine Nature is ~incompatible with the notion of a part, 120 3, 14 | whole nature, yet are not incompatible with the ~perfection of 121 3, 14 | are some defects that ~are incompatible with the perfection of knowledge 122 3, 16 | eternity a beginning in time is incompatible. Hence ~this is false: " 123 3, 19 | plurality of operations is not incompatible with ~personal unity.~Aquin.: 124 3, 28 | interior corruption is incompatible with ~perfect conception 125 3, 30 | intellectual vision. But it was incompatible with her state of wayfarer ~ 126 3, 77 | are so altered as to be incompatible with ~the nature of bread 127 3, 84 | sorrow were altogether incompatible with joy, this would ~prevent 128 3, 87 | then venial sin would ~be incompatible with charity, which is evidently 129 Suppl, 5 | mortal sin, ~because it is incompatible therewith. Now every contrition 130 Suppl, 6 | remedies for sin which is incompatible ~with salvation, are necessary 131 Suppl, 8 | commands were contrary ~or incompatible. Therefore one may not confess 132 Suppl, 24| aversion from God, which ~is incompatible with the forgiveness of 133 Suppl, 30| given by ~grace, which is incompatible with sin, it follows that. 134 Suppl, 34| subjection seemingly is ~incompatible with the liberty whereunto 135 Suppl, 34| subjection of slavery is incompatible with liberty; for ~slavery 136 Suppl, 39| corporal subjection is not incompatible with ~spiritual authority. 137 Suppl, 50| voluntary consent, and this is incompatible with either ignorance ~or 138 Suppl, 52| if the two things are ~incompatible. Nevertheless in such matters 139 Suppl, 53| in respect of which it is incompatible ~with marriage, on the part 140 Suppl, 62| incurable ~disease that is incompatible with carnal intercourse. 141 Suppl, 66| since concupiscence is most incompatible with ~spirituality, inasmuch 142 Suppl, 67| divorce is more directly ~incompatible with the signification of 143 Suppl, 67| offspring, with which it is incompatible consequently, as stated ~ 144 Suppl, 71| But this opinion seems incompatible with ~Divine providence, 145 Suppl, 71| unpunished: and this would ~seem incompatible with Divine justice.~Aquin.: 146 Suppl, 76| implies unity, and these are ~incompatible with one another. But resurrection 147 Suppl, 80| nature of flesh and ~bone is incompatible with the aforesaid rarity.~ 148 Suppl, 80| several places at once is incompatible with the ~individual, by 149 Suppl, 80| place with another body is incompatible with the individual as ~ 150 Suppl, 80| respect of matter ~would be incompatible with the impassibility and 151 Suppl, 82| suffering some alteration incompatible with ~its impassibility. 152 Suppl, 83| deformity is, moreover, ~incompatible with due proportion of parts 153 Suppl, 86| OBJ 3: Further, fear is incompatible with bliss. But the last 154 Suppl, 88| rarity of ~the air seems incompatible with brightness, and in 155 Appen1, 1| matter that original sin is incompatible with grace; because privation


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