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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 26 | possesses, to which it is ~competent that good or ill may befall, 2 1, 75 | life. Therefore a body is competent to be a living thing or 3 1, 74 | life. Therefore a body is competent to be a living thing or 4 1, 89 | A[2]). Wherefore it is competent to be and to be made. ~And 5 1, 94 | those virtues are 'per se' ~competent to moderate the passions.~ 6 1, 95 | by his reason that man is competent to have mastership, it seems 7 1, 114 | said above, matter is ~not competent to act (A[1], ad 2,4). Therefore 8 2, 13 | irrational animals are not competent to choose.~Aquin.: SMT FS 9 2, 17 | the irrational animal is competent to obey; but ~its soul is 10 2, 17 | obey; but ~its soul is not competent to command, because it is 11 2, 17 | command, because it is not competent to ~direct. Consequently 12 2, 22 | in respect of which it is competent ~to receive or to be passive, 13 2, 56 | in this way they are not competent to be the ~subject of virtue. 14 2, 90 | the reason of any man is competent to make laws?~Aquin.: SMT 15 2, 90 | the reason of any man is competent to make ~laws. For the Apostle 16 2, 90 | the reason of any man is competent to make laws.~Aquin.: SMT 17 2, 91 | matters of which he is ~competent to judge. But man is not 18 2, 91 | to judge. But man is not competent to judge of interior ~movements, 19 2, 95 | to find a few wise ~men competent to frame right laws, than 20 2, 96 | 3) Whether human law is competent to direct all acts of virtue?~( 21 2, 96 | the law, ~because none is competent to pass sentence on him, 22 2, 96 | 2: Further, he alone is competent to interpret the law who 23 2, 96 | instant ~remedy, it is not competent for everyone to expound 24 2, 100 | circumstances, which all are not competent ~to do carefully, but only 25 2, 100 | framer of human law, is competent to judge only of outward 26 2, 100 | framer of the Divine law, is competent to judge of ~the inward 27 2, 100 | alone, and not human law, is competent to judge. For human law 28 2, 105 | not women, ~who are not competent to be citizens absolutely 29 2, 105 | to eunuchs, who were not competent to ~receive the honor due 30 2, 1 | the faithful are not all competent ~to believe in God, but 31 2, 24 | creature, because it is not competent, properly speaking, to ~ 32 2, 26 | love: and to be loved is competent to him as coming under ~ 33 2, 26 | and its essence is more competent to it than that which is ~ 34 2, 31 | answer that, A subject is not competent to administer to his prelate ~ 35 2, 31 | in this respect he may be competent to find fault with others 36 2, 43 | other men, yet every man is competent to direct and ~judge his 37 2, 45 | 5 that "a slave is not ~competent to take counsel." But prudence 38 2, 45 | slave ~as slave, are not competent to rule and govern, but 39 2, 45 | he is proportionately ~competent to have prudence. Wherefore 40 2, 61 | persons, since sometimes more competent persons ~would be found 41 2, 61 | to have one who is more competent for a post, and ~yet another 42 2, 61 | in this respect, be more competent; and if that which is taken 43 2, 64 | other creatures, which is competent to man in ~respect of his 44 2, 64 | answer that, Two things are competent to man in respect of exterior ~ 45 2, 64 | The second thing that is competent to man with regard to external 46 2, 68 | provided the ~witness be competent, and the order of justice 47 2, 69 | because they are less ~than competent to exercise it, such as 48 2, 74 | irrational creatures are not competent subjects either of ~guilt 49 2, 79 | singular ~excellence is competent, since He infinitely surpasses 50 2, 81 | Ghost. ~Therefore it is competent to them to pray: for the 51 2, 81 | Accordingly prayer is ~properly competent to one to whom it is competent 52 2, 81 | competent to one to whom it is competent to have reason, and a ~superior 53 2, 85 | souls, and so they alone are competent to have this right.~Aquin.: 54 2, 85 | religious, ~however, are competent to receive tithes, because 55 2, 86 | fast, such a vow ~is not competent to be solemnized, but only 56 2, 86 | on the same count it is competent to all ~prelates, but it 57 2, 87 | ecclesiastical. Thus it is competent to any man to cancel an 58 2, 87 | confirmation. Now it is competent to anyone to confirm his ~ 59 2, 87 | living. Now an angel is competent to swear, for it is written ~( 60 2, 89 | Further, the praise of God is competent to little and great, ~according 61 2, 98 | things, because it is not competent save to those who hold a 62 2, 101 | aspects: even as lordship is competent to God ~and to man under 63 2, 102 | the power to command is ~competent to God. Secondly, because 64 2, 115 | according to that which is competent ~to them primarily and in 65 2, 121 | 2: Further, if a man is competent to do a thing by himself, 66 2, 121 | imperfect. ~Now the reason is competent to achieve by itself deeds 67 2, 127 | as though every one were competent to practice the acts of ~ 68 2, 127 | act of magnanimity is not competent, to have ~the habit of magnanimity, 69 2, 127 | practice that act if ~it were competent to him according to his 70 2, 127 | rapid speaking is chiefly competent to those who are quick to 71 2, 127 | of bodily movements ~are competent to the magnanimous man according 72 2, 131 | those things for which he is competent. Hence it ~is written (Prov. 73 2, 145 | Further, that which is competent to all, both good and evil, 74 2, 145 | to us. Wherefore it was competent for Him to fast, not ~before, 75 2, 159 | this way ~humility may be competent to every man.~Aquin.: SMT 76 2, 159 | unworthy of a good which was competent to him; while the chief 77 2, 159 | to himself more than is competent to him ~according to the 78 2, 161 | coveting that which is ~competent to him according to his 79 2, 161 | nature. Now God's likeness is competent ~to man according to his 80 2, 178 | contemplation of the divine truth is competent to us imperfectly, namely ~" 81 2, 178 | continuous - both because it is ~competent to us in respect of the 82 2, 179 | lower creatures, for this is competent to us not by ~reason of 83 2, 182 | to any creature, but is ~competent to God alone, in Whom good 84 2, 182 | both these conditions are ~competent to religious and bishops. 85 2, 182 | bishop does, nor is it ~competent to him, as it is to a bishop, 86 2, 183 | correcting others, and is not competent to ~do so, neither in virtue 87 2, 185 | OF THOSE THINGS THAT ARE COMPETENT TO RELIGIOUS (SIX ARTICLES)~ 88 2, 185 | consider the things that are competent to religious; and ~under 89 2, 185 | Reply OBJ 2: Prelates are competent to preach in virtue of their 90 2, 185 | office, ~but religious may be competent to do so in virtue of delegation; 91 2, 186 | the state of perfection is competent both to religious ~and to 92 2, 186 | or "subjection," which is competent to ~religious.~Aquin.: SMT 93 2, 186 | or of the Church who are competent to wage war by virtue of 94 2, 186 | latter is more properly competent to ~martyrs. Yet there is 95 2, 187 | principle, ~wherefore it is competent to them as such to have 96 2, 187 | Nevertheless it is accidentally competent to parents to be assisted 97 2, 187 | which otherwise he would be ~competent to have, namely the free 98 2, 187 | contemplation. Now such acts are competent to parish priests and ~archdeacons, 99 3, 20 | Whoever has a nature is competent to have what is proper ~ 100 3, 50 | Reply OBJ 3: That a man is competent to be a priest is by reason 101 3, 67 | the ~minister, any man is competent. Consequently, an unbaptized 102 3, 72 | bestows grace?~(8) Who is competent to receive this sacrament?~( 103 Suppl, 8 | be done. Now a man is not competent to command another ~unless 104 Suppl, 16| they can, so that they are competent to have the habit of penance. 105 Suppl, 19| priesthood, ~since she is not competent to teach, according to the 106 Suppl, 19| Therefore priests alone are competent to ~have the use of the 107 Suppl, 19| perfection of His grace, He is competent to exercise the act of the 108 Suppl, 19| But another man is not competent to exercise this ~act as 109 Suppl, 20| the lesser judges were not competent to decide all cases, and ~ 110 Suppl, 22| jurisdiction whereby a ~man is competent to excommunicate, can be 111 Suppl, 22| that, Priests alone are competent to dispense the sacraments ~ 112 Suppl, 22| that the Church is ~always competent to sit in judgment on him.~ 113 Suppl, 31| wherefore a deacon is not competent to confer it.~Aquin.: SMT 114 Suppl, 31| but only to those ~who are competent to do so in virtue of their 115 Suppl, 31| office. Nor are deacons ~competent to baptize in virtue of 116 Suppl, 32| Therefore none but the sick are competent to receive this ~sacrament.~ 117 Suppl, 32| on those ~alone who are competent to receive bodily healing, 118 Suppl, 35| things that render ~him competent to exercise that power. 119 Suppl, 35| receiving them, and this ~is competent to him through Baptism; 120 Suppl, 36| OBJ 3: Further, no one is competent to read what he understands 121 Suppl, 37| hands, because they are competent to dispense ~the sacraments, 122 Suppl, 39| office of priest also may be competent to them.~Aquin.: SMT XP 123 Suppl, 39| of the ~Church are also competent to them.~Aquin.: SMT XP 124 Suppl, 57| naturally. ~Therefore whoever is competent to beget a child naturally 125 Suppl, 57| beget a child naturally is competent to ~adopt. But this is untrue, 126 Suppl, 57| Therefore ~he is especially competent to adopt someone as his 127 Suppl, 57| his child. But he is not ~competent to adopt. Therefore adoption 128 Suppl, 57| nature is not hindered is ~competent to be able to beget naturally. 129 Suppl, 57| wherefore those alone are competent to adopt who ~have the power 130 Suppl, 57| therefore such a person is not competent to be chosen to succeed 131 Suppl, 57| if a relative, who is not competent to inherit the estate, ~ 132 Suppl, 59| although marriage is not competent ~to unbelievers, as a sacrament 133 Suppl, 59| ministers, it is nevertheless competent to them as fulfilling an ~ 134 Suppl, 59| that, Different things are competent and expedient to man ~according 135 Suppl, 65| actions, whether they are competent to him by virtue ~of his 136 Suppl, 65| children, and this end is competent to man according to his 137 Suppl, 69| the power of glory, it is ~competent to the souls of the saints 138 Suppl, 71| default: since no ~one is competent to be assisted except he 139 Suppl, 71| Ps. 35:10), they are not competent to be assisted by ~suffrages.~ 140 Suppl, 72| Holies," ~and, as man, it is competent to Him to pray. Yet we never 141 Suppl, 72| such a power as will be competent to the future state, as 142 Suppl, 74| facility of operation which ~is competent to the angels.~ 143 Suppl, 80| whatever ~excellence is competent to the nature of a body 144 Suppl, 80| touch. In like manner ~it is competent by its nature to resist 145 Suppl, 80| is ~palpable, but it is competent for it to be impalpable 146 Suppl, 86| alone. ~Therefore no one is competent to judge of those things.~ 147 Suppl, 86| of judging, which will be competent to perfect men ~as containing 148 Suppl, 86| the judicial power is not competent to all.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 149 Suppl, 86| doctors. ~Therefore it is more competent to doctors than to those 150 Suppl, 86| Therefore the judicial power is competent to them rather than ~to 151 Suppl, 86| so that they are rendered competent to be judges as loving the ~ 152 Suppl, 89| Therefore none ~but Christ is competent to know all things in the 153 Suppl, 92| gifts?~(4) Whether this is competent to the angels?~(5) Whether 154 Suppl, 93| to prelates only, who are competent to preach and teach by virtue 155 Appen1, 2| 2: Further, the just are competent to be cleansed from sin


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