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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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sufficiently

    Part, Question
1 1, 12 | namely, God, who in Himself sufficiently contains and shows forth 2 1, 14 | created essence cannot ~sufficiently lead us to the knowledge 3 1, 30 | opposite arguments do not ~sufficiently prove the point advanced. 4 1, 42 | contained in creatures does not sufficiently ~represent what exists in 5 1, 45 | Para. 1/4~I answer that, It sufficiently appears at the first glance, 6 1, 47 | forasmuch as the species is sufficiently preserved in the one; ~whereas 7 1, 48 | Therefore, evil is not sufficiently divided into pain and ~fault.~ 8 1, 66 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: It is sufficiently probable, as some assert, 9 1, 66 | shape, of dense body, and sufficiently ~strong to separate what 10 1, 67 | answer to the objections will sufficiently appear from what has been 11 1, 68 | and third objections are sufficiently answered by what has ~been 12 1, 71 | production of fishes is ~not sufficiently described by the words, " 13 1, 74 | 1~Whether these days are sufficiently enumerated?~Aquin.: SMT 14 1, 74 | that these days are not sufficiently enumerated. ~For the work 15 1, 74 | creation of the world is not sufficiently ~described.~Aquin.: SMT 16 1, 74 | evening and morning do not sufficiently divide the day, ~since the 17 1, 76 | this link or union does not sufficiently ~explain the fact, that 18 1, 42 | contained in creatures does not sufficiently ~represent what exists in 19 1, 46 | Para. 1/4~I answer that, It sufficiently appears at the first glance, 20 1, 48 | forasmuch as the species is sufficiently preserved in the one; ~whereas 21 1, 49 | Therefore, evil is not sufficiently divided into pain and ~fault.~ 22 1, 67 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: It is sufficiently probable, as some assert, 23 1, 67 | shape, of dense body, and sufficiently ~strong to separate what 24 1, 68 | answer to the objections will sufficiently appear from what has been 25 1, 69 | and third objections are sufficiently answered by what has ~been 26 1, 71 | production of fishes is ~not sufficiently described by the words, " 27 1, 73 | 1~Whether these days are sufficiently enumerated?~Aquin.: SMT 28 1, 73 | that these days are not sufficiently enumerated. ~For the work 29 1, 73 | creation of the world is not sufficiently ~described.~Aquin.: SMT 30 1, 73 | evening and morning do not sufficiently divide the day, ~since the 31 1, 75 | this link or union does not sufficiently ~explain the fact, that 32 1, 98 | the race would have been ~sufficiently multiplied by the first 33 1, 104 | object, but by God ~alone sufficiently and efficaciously. For nothing 34 1, 104 | can move a movable ~thing sufficiently unless the active power 35 1, 104 | the will, and ~moves it sufficiently as its object. In like manner 36 1, 104 | in every ~agent, He works sufficiently in each one. Hence it would 37 1, 104 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: God works sufficiently in things as First Agent, 38 1, 105 | angel's intellect is not ~sufficiently powerful, for it is natural 39 1, 105 | incline the will, yet nothing sufficiently moves the will save the ~ 40 1, 105 | does not move the will sufficiently, either as the object or 41 1, 107 | many, which ~can be done sufficiently by one. But that which belongs 42 1, 107 | angelic ~office can be done sufficiently by one angel; so much more 43 1, 107 | one angel; so much more sufficiently ~than the one sun does what 44 2, 4 | following. But the intellect is ~sufficiently perfected by seeing God, 45 2, 9 | Further, that which is sufficiently moved by one mover, needs 46 2, 9 | But the will moves itself sufficiently. Therefore ~it is not moved 47 2, 9 | 3: The will moves itself sufficiently in one respect, and in ~ 48 2, 49 | act. But power implies ~sufficiently a principle of act: for 49 2, 50 | to which it is inclined sufficiently by the nature of the ~power 50 2, 62 | to their nature, are not sufficiently ~directed to Him in so far 51 2, 63 | theological virtues direct us sufficiently to our ~supernatural end, 52 2, 68 | man's behavior ~to God is sufficiently directed by the theological 53 2, 75 | sin ~do not lead to sin sufficiently and necessarily, it follows 54 2, 80 | sin, neither directly nor sufficiently, but only by persuasion, 55 2, 91 | Because man is ~governed sufficiently by the eternal law: for 56 2, 91 | Consequently human law could not ~sufficiently curb and direct interior 57 2, 96 | would not be ~held in check sufficiently, unless all evils were repressed 58 2, 96 | wherefore he is not able sufficiently to express in words ~all 59 2, 100 | whose favors no man can ~sufficiently repay, viz. God and man' 60 2, 105 | Hence murder cannot be ~sufficiently punished by the slaying 61 2, 105 | forth. Now the Law provided ~sufficiently in respect of each of these 62 2, 105 | that the Old ~Law provided sufficiently concerning the mutual relations 63 2, 108 | internal acts it directs man sufficiently?~(4) Whether it fittingly 64 2, 108 | had by their means ~become sufficiently practiced. Hence He said ( 65 2, 108 | the New Law directed man sufficiently as regards interior actions?~ 66 2, 114 | time, viz. when a man ~is sufficiently disposed for the increase 67 2, 1 | something, not through being sufficiently moved ~to this assent by 68 2, 1 | 1: The truth of faith is sufficiently explicit in the teaching ~ 69 2, 2 | perfection of a thing seem to ~be sufficiently insured by its natural endowments. 70 2, 8 | for salvation, they are sufficiently ~instructed by the Holy 71 2, 17 | Charity perfects the will sufficiently with regard to one ~act, 72 2, 21 | hope. For when an effect is sufficiently procured by one cause, ~ 73 2, 21 | it by another. Now man is sufficiently induced ~by his natural 74 2, 30 | first, by relieving his need sufficiently, and in this sense it is ~ 75 2, 30 | relieving his need more than ~sufficiently; this is not praiseworthy, 76 2, 37 | excommunication does not ~sufficiently restrain certain men, employs 77 2, 42 | our neighbor. Now we are sufficiently directed to love God by 78 2, 42 | is a matter of precept is sufficiently ~delivered to us in Holy 79 2, 43 | the intellective power is sufficiently perfected by the ~gift of 80 2, 47 | man can consider them all sufficiently; nor ~can this be done quickly, 81 2, 48 | person can direct himself sufficiently by prudence commonly so ~ 82 2, 50 | taking counsel, man is sufficiently perfected by the virtue 83 2, 56 | dealings with himself are sufficiently rectified by ~the rectification 84 2, 56 | general justice directs man sufficiently in all his ~relations with 85 2, 56 | justice does indeed direct man sufficiently in his ~relations towards 86 2, 56 | Further, justice directs man sufficiently in matters relating to ~ 87 2, 56 | the act of justice is not ~sufficiently described by saying that 88 2, 75 | judgment of them is not ~sufficiently left with the buyer unless 89 2, 81 | to those whose mind is ~sufficiently prepared for devotion without 90 2, 81 | By so doing they make ~it sufficiently clear not only that this 91 2, 97 | not sacred things, is not ~sufficiently deterred from sinning by 92 2, 106 | an act ~to which a man is sufficiently disposed by the other virtues. 93 2, 106 | other virtues. Now man is ~sufficiently disposed by the virtues 94 2, 108 | Para. 1/1~Whether lies are sufficiently divided into officious, 95 2, 108 | seems that lies are not sufficiently divided into "officious," ~" 96 2, 127 | because, to wit, man cannot sufficiently honor ~virtue which deserves 97 2, 137 | fruits which correspond sufficiently ~to the gift of fortitude: 98 2, 160 | aforesaid division does not sufficiently account for the different ~ 99 2, 170 | strength of the soul is ~sufficiently cunning to foresee certain 100 2, 174 | languages of all ~nations sufficiently for the requirements of 101 2, 174 | tongue. Even so they were sufficiently instructed in wisdom and ~ 102 2, 176 | the Holy Ghost provides ~sufficiently for the Church in matters 103 2, 183 | salvation of his subjects can be sufficiently ~provided for by another 104 2, 186 | 1, can. Expedit): "It is sufficiently clear both that for the 105 2, 186 | are already perfect are sufficiently "led by ~the spirit of God" 106 2, 187 | third objection, which is sufficiently solved in ~the body of the 107 3, 22 | as though sins were not ~sufficiently expiated by Him: but in 108 3, 30 | things." It is therefore sufficiently credible that he was the 109 3, 31 | of Man. Moreover he shows sufficiently that he ~does not say that 110 3, 31 | Christ and the human race is ~sufficiently preserved by His body being 111 3, 38 | been baptized, He was made sufficiently manifest, both by the testimony ~ 112 3, 44 | Godhead. Now this is not so ~sufficiently proved by changes wrought 113 3, 52 | as were already ~cleansed sufficiently, or who in life, by their 114 3, 55 | Christ made use of manifested sufficiently the ~truth of His Resurrection?~ 115 3, 55 | Christ made use of did not ~sufficiently manifest the truth of His 116 3, 62 | gifts perfects the soul sufficiently, both in its essence and 117 3, 62 | by sin. But all sins are ~sufficiently removed by the grace of 118 3, 62 | and ~powers of the soul sufficiently as regards ordinary conduct: 119 3, 62 | OBJ 2: Vices and sins are sufficiently removed by virtues and ~ 120 3, 65 | sins, namely, which are not sufficiently removed by ~Penance, whether 121 3, 66 | manner Christ's death is sufficiently represented in the one ~ 122 3, 68 | Christ's death ~satisfied sufficiently for sins, "not for ours 123 3, 72 | Moreover, this day is sufficiently appropriate to the blessing 124 3, 78 | the person of the speaker, sufficiently indicates Christ's ~person, 125 3, 79 | since possibly he was not sufficiently contrite at first, but ~ 126 3, 79 | Passion, which ~satisfied sufficiently for all sins, as was explained 127 3, 80 | over his sin, but is not sufficiently contrite: and ~in such a 128 3, 83 | of this sacrament ~can be sufficiently met by observing the Church' 129 3, 83 | this sacrament cannot be sufficiently met by observing the statutes 130 Suppl, 6 | remission of ~sin. But sin is sufficiently remitted by the infusion 131 Suppl, 8 | salvation, but determines it sufficiently. A priest, ~however, would 132 Suppl, 10| contrition. But contrition sufficiently ~blots out guilt. Therefore 133 Suppl, 14| to one sin, he does not ~sufficiently cut himself off from the 134 Suppl, 15| Therefore they are ~not sufficiently enumerated.~Aquin.: SMT 135 Suppl, 18| 2: Christ's Passion was sufficiently satisfactory for the sins ~ 136 Suppl, 18| from giving a medicine ~sufficiently efficacious to heal the 137 Suppl, 19| remitted, nor can he merit sufficiently, so that he is ~nothing 138 Suppl, 29| Church supply man's defects ~sufficiently with respect to every state 139 Suppl, 29| OBJ 2: The intention is sufficiently expressed by the act which 140 Suppl, 30| also blots out venial sins sufficiently during this ~life as to 141 Suppl, 35| sacred thing. Now a man is sufficiently adapted to the ~reception 142 Suppl, 37| wording of St. Thomas is ~sufficiently vague to refer either to 143 Suppl, 41| immediately after birth, or are ~sufficiently fed by their mother; and 144 Suppl, 49| the goods of marriage are sufficiently enumerated?~Aquin.: SMT 145 Suppl, 49| that the aforesaid goods sufficiently excuse the marriage act.~ 146 Suppl, 54| consanguinity cannot be sufficiently known by its degrees.~Aquin.: 147 Suppl, 58| again it may move a man ~sufficiently in regard to a beautiful 148 Suppl, 58| that hinder marriage are sufficiently ~contained in the verses 149 Suppl, 58| age their reason is not sufficiently mature to give consent, ~ 150 Suppl, 58| that nature ~and reason are sufficiently developed to supply the 151 Suppl, 64| Although he has already ~sufficiently forbidden this he repeats 152 Suppl, 64| 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: It is sufficiently probable that the wife ought 153 Suppl, 72| resurrection. ~But the Philosopher sufficiently destroys this foundation ( 154 Appen2, 1| XP, Q[12], A[1]) it is sufficiently clear that there is a ~Purgatory


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