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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 18 | as to ~recognize not only connection and touch, but also objects 2 1, 22 | fortunes by ~the indissoluble connection of causes." It seems therefore 3 1, 25 | two ways: one, in ~direct connection with the verb "is"; and 4 1, 40 | consider the persons in connection with the relations, or ~ 5 1, 73 | arise ~occasionally from the connection of individuals belonging 6 1, 76 | existence, many means of connection would have to intervene. 7 1, 40 | consider the persons in connection with the relations, or ~ 8 1, 72 | arise ~occasionally from the connection of individuals belonging 9 1, 75 | existence, many means of connection would have to intervene. 10 1, 81 | which have not a necessary connection ~with the first principles; 11 1, 81 | which have a necessary connection with the first principles: 12 1, 81 | is aware of the necessary connection of these conclusions with ~ 13 1, 81 | recognizes the necessity of such connection. It is the ~same with the 14 1, 81 | which have not ~a necessary connection with happiness, because 15 1, 81 | things which have a necessary connection with happiness, by means 16 1, 81 | Vision the ~necessity of such connection be shown, the will does 17 1, 85 | such as to have a necessary connection ~with its future result, 18 1, 87 | existence. But God has no connection with ~material things, as 19 1, 109 | however, has not the same connection with natural ~bodies; and 20 2, 1 | essential, not an accidental, connection with one another. But in 21 2, 6 | proper to man have a closer connection with Happiness than have ~ 22 2, 24 | Therefore they have no ~connection with human, i.e. moral, 23 2, 24 | moral ~good and evil have no connection with the species of an act 24 2, 41 | another. By reason of this ~connection, when fear is put aside, 25 2, 44 | jaw tremble, through their connection with the heart; which ~explains 26 2, 52 | account of the natural connection of the intellect with corporeal 27 2, 61 | impious to mention them in ~connection with virtues of the fourth 28 2, 64 | mean of ~virtue, (2) the connection between virtues, (3) equality 29 2, 65 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE CONNECTION OF VIRTUES (FIVE ARTICLES)~ 30 2, 65 | We must now consider the connection of virtues: under which 31 2, 65 | this way the reason for the connection is evident: for strength 32 2, 65 | reason assigned ~for the connection by Gregory, who says (Moral. 33 2, 65 | assigns the reason for ~their connection (Ethic. vi, 13). Because, 34 2, 65 | not observe in them the connection that is to be ~found among 35 2, 66 | in the same way as ~the connection of virtues; for equality 36 2, 66 | equality among virtues is their connection ~as to greatness. Now it 37 2, 66 | A[1]) that a ~twofold connection of virtues may be assigned. 38 2, 66 | Para. 3/4~The other kind of connection among virtues followed the 39 2, 66 | AA[1],2). In this way the connection among moral virtues results 40 2, 68 | Reply OBJ 3: Just as the connection of the cardinal virtues 41 2, 68 | Gregory wishes to prove the connection of ~the gifts, in the same 42 2, 73 | kinds, having no mutual ~connection; in fact they are sometimes 43 2, 80 | devil can do nothing in connection with either of these, ~because, 44 2, 89 | less in common, and less connection with ~mortal sin, than one 45 2, 89 | on account of its want of connection or likeness, but on account 46 2, 91 | laws is to be taken in ~connection with the three conditions 47 2, 101 | because they had no immediate connection with the ~worship of God, 48 2, 102 | The literal reason is in connection ~with the divine worship. 49 2, 102 | engender, i.e. to have any connection, with animals of another 50 2, 108 | acts may have a twofold connection with grace. In ~the first 51 2, 108 | precepts which have a necessary connection with virtue, for instance, ~ 52 2, 108 | themselves any necessary connection with inward grace.~Aquin.: 53 2, 1 | faith is something unseen in connection with God, as stated ~above ( 54 2, 11 | this faculty has ~a certain connection with the flesh, in as much 55 2, 14 | sense, we speak of sense in ~connection with the intellect; and 56 2, 14 | to have an acute sense in connection with his ~understanding, 57 2, 14 | to ~have a dull sense in connection with his understanding, 58 2, 14 | Accordingly dulness of sense in connection with understanding denotes 59 2, 14 | of sense are defects in ~connection with the intellective part 60 2, 18 | whereas servile fear has no ~connection with these, since it does 61 2, 19 | the appetite is ~moved in connection with particulars, since 62 2, 25 | their natural origin, a connection which cannot be ~severed, 63 2, 25 | relations is ~based upon their connection by natural origin, the friendship 64 2, 25 | regards the union of carnal connection and ~co-habitation.~Aquin.: 65 2, 25 | secondly by reason of a closer connection. In the first way we ought 66 2, 29 | Para. 2/2~Now one man's connection with another may be measured 67 2, 29 | degrees of want as well as of connection: and the matter requires ~ 68 2, 29 | must take to ~account the connection and the benefit received; 69 2, 30 | to the various degrees of connection, holiness and ~utility. 70 2, 37 | namely, in the mutual connection or communion of the members 71 2, 42 | totality was to be indicated in connection with the precept of the 72 2, 59 | it be against a ~personal connection, a man is injured in the 73 2, 65 | things may be observed in ~connection with a judge. One is that 74 2, 70 | is commonly spoken of in connection with not only the soul ~ 75 2, 75 | which occurs in loans. In ~connection with the other voluntary 76 2, 75 | on anyone, nor have any connection with fraud."~Aquin.: SMT 77 2, 81 | stars, or on account of the connection of causes: and ~this opinion 78 2, 86 | of a vow, which have no connection either with holy ~orders, 79 2, 87 | But oaths are employed ~in connection with human disputes, as 80 2, 91 | mere externals, it has no connection ~with the internal worship 81 2, 91 | which sometimes have no connection with these virtues.~Aquin.: 82 2, 93 | consultations about the future in connection with religious matters. ~ 83 2, 94 | not granted to all, or in connection with ~any particular observance, 84 2, 94 | kind, many things ~occur in connection with them through the trickery 85 2, 94 | any like vanity, having no connection with reverence ~for God, 86 2, 94 | unlawful if it be done in connection ~with any vain observance.~ 87 2, 97 | Now this seems to have no connection with ~anything sacred. Therefore 88 2, 99 | piety is often ~used in connection with works of mercy, in 89 2, 116 | originally ~employed in connection with possessions whereof 90 2, 116 | Therefore these vices have no connection with ~covetousness.~Aquin.: 91 2, 121 | says the same further on in connection with other vices. Now this ~ 92 2, 121 | martyrs are not commended in connection with battle. Therefore fortitude ~ 93 2, 122 | of other sciences has no connection with the ~worship of the 94 2, 123 | terms on account of the connection with the passion of fear. 95 2, 126 | things, they have a certain connection with ~fortitude by reason 96 2, 127 | Reply OBJ 2: The mutual connection of the virtues does not 97 2, 130 | on account of its close connection with excellence, which ~ 98 2, 130 | Vainglory is reproved in connection with almsdeeds on ~account 99 2, 131 | great and little differ in ~connection with the same subject. For 100 2, 132 | we were ~treating of the connection of virtues.~Aquin.: SMT 101 2, 135 | moderates fear and daring in ~connection with dangers of death (which 102 2, 135 | inasmuch as it practices it in ~connection with its own matter, wherein 103 2, 137 | for they exercise acts in connection with the enjoyment of the 104 2, 145 | rendered vicious ~by its connection with certain circumstances. 105 2, 145 | regard ~pleasures of touch in connection with food and sex. Wherefore 106 2, 146 | this way sins committed in connection with Divine things are the ~ 107 2, 147 | not properly employed in connection with all things, but only 108 2, 151 | anything be done in this connection against the ~dictate of 109 2, 152 | woman, with whom a man has connection, by reason of ~due honor 110 2, 152 | disapprobation by Holy Writ in connection with the patriarchs. Thus 111 2, 153 | used in a general sense in ~connection with any matter; but is 112 2, 164 | knowledge. ~But knowledge has no connection with the moral virtues which 113 2, 167 | can be virtue and vice in connection with outward ~apparel?~( 114 2, 167 | can be virtue and vice in connection with outward apparel?~Aquin.: 115 2, 167 | cannot be virtue and vice in connection ~with outward apparel. For 116 2, 167 | were virtue and vice in connection with outward ~attire, excess 117 2, 167 | cannot be virtue and vice in connection with this kind of attire.~ 118 2, 167 | reckons three virtues in ~connection with outward attire; namely " 119 2, 168 | themselves they have no direct connection with the love of God or 120 2, 171 | have to ~be considered in connection with the knowledge possessed 121 2, 172 | so far as it is used in connection with future ~events, whether 122 2, 181 | which apparently has no connection with the ~aforesaid difference 123 3, 36 | those who "think ~there is a connection between man's birth and 124 3, 58 | in the Holy Ghost the ~connection of unity with equality."~ 125 3, 66 | waters, by reason of, not ~connection of place, but likeness of 126 3, 75 | two signate instants ~in connection with that change.~Aquin.: 127 3, 83 | instruction is given in connection with Baptism. ~The other 128 3, 83 | instruction is given in connection with this ~sacrament. Nevertheless 129 3, 83 | prayers that are said in connection with these have to be said 130 Suppl, 24| excommunications have no such connection. ~Nor again is absolution 131 Suppl, 35| character is imprinted in connection with all the Orders?~(3) 132 Suppl, 35| character is imprinted in connection ~with all the Orders?~Aquin.: 133 Suppl, 35| character is not ~imprinted in connection with all the Orders. For 134 Suppl, 37| or ~to some ministry in connection with this sacrament of the 135 Suppl, 37| Thus there is a certain connection among the Orders.~Aquin.: 136 Suppl, 42| had to be ~determined in connection with marriage. Hence these 137 Suppl, 54| Eve was. Hence the natural connection between Eve and Adam ~was 138 Suppl, 55| procreation; secondly, ~from connection with orderly carnal procreation, 139 Suppl, 55| Marriage makes a new kind of connection,~While birth makes a new 140 Suppl, 55| happens in respect of their connection that a person ~who is connected 141 Suppl, 55| either as to the kind of ~connection or as to the degree. ~Aquin.: 142 Suppl, 55| affinity a man who has ~connection with two women can marry 143 Suppl, 55| is not the same kind of connection.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[55] A[ 144 Suppl, 55| wife contracts the same connection with her husband's ~relatives 145 Suppl, 55| but not as to the kind of connection.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[55] A[ 146 Suppl, 55| procreation from her, or through ~connection with her by marriage: and 147 Suppl, 55| contracted some kind of connection through her in both ways: 148 Suppl, 57| legal relationship is a connection ~arising out of adoption." 149 Suppl, 58| instrument, and thus he may ~have connection with her. Nor would this 150 Suppl, 58| answer that, If a man has connection with the sister or other 151 Suppl, 58| affinity. If, ~however, the connection take place after the marriage 152 Suppl, 59| whereas he can before ~carnal connection when there is only a spiritual 153 Suppl, 59| there is only a spiritual connection. On the other ~hand, he 154 Suppl, 85| Gospels and Epistles in connection with the last ~advent are 155 Suppl, 93| uses no carnal pleasures in connection with any ~person, place,


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