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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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whatsoever

    Part, Question
1 1, 1 | only to judge of them. ~Whatsoever is found in other sciences 2 1, 1 | estimate that God is above whatsoever we may ~say or think of 3 1, 14 | that, God knows all things whatsoever that in any way are. Now ~ 4 1, 14 | other manner of meaning whatsoever. ~Whatever therefore can 5 1, 15 | the end of any ~generation whatsoever. But an agent does not act 6 1, 16 | intellect, or any ~knowledge whatsoever, that knowledge is according 7 1, 19 | God hath done all things, ~whatsoever He would."~Aquin.: SMT FP 8 1, 21 | 2: Further, he who does whatsoever he wills and pleases does 9 1, 21 | substance, and all things ~whatsoever to their end; the other, 10 1, 22 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, whatsoever is left to itself cannot 11 1, 22 | all things that exist in whatsoever ~manner are necessarily 12 1, 22 | even the smallest; and whatsoever causes He assigns ~to certain 13 1, 22 | by contingency. Therefore whatsoever divine providence ordains 14 1, 23 | not actually exist; in ~whatsoever way destination is accepted.~ 15 1, 23 | coming from us; ~because whatsoever is in man disposing him 16 1, 24 | and ~immutable. Therefore whatsoever is written therein, is there 17 1, 25 | what ~is in God; because whatsoever is in God, is God, as was 18 1, 25 | principle, and in no way ~whatsoever to be passive. On the other 19 1, 25 | perfection of all being. Whence, ~whatsoever has or can have the nature 20 1, 26 | Whatever is desirable in whatsoever beatitude, whether ~true 21 1, 42 | It is said (Jn. 5:19): "Whatsoever things the Father ~doth, 22 1, 42 | is ~immediately added, "Whatsoever things the Father doth, 23 1, 58 | at once behold all things whatsoever that can ~be known in them.~ 24 1, 63 | inclination towards any evil whatsoever; consequently they ~cannot 25 1, 63 | whole might he is moved to ~whatsoever he is moved, be it good 26 1, 66 | of the first movement of whatsoever kind. ~For it is accidental 27 1, 74 | animals than all ~animals whatsoever differ from each other. 28 1, 75 | opposed to actuality. Now, whatsoever things are in ~actuality 29 1, 75 | Div. Nom. v). Therefore whatsoever things ~are in potentiality 30 1, 75 | potentiality to act; ~while whatsoever things have no matter are 31 1, 42 | It is said (Jn. 5:19): "Whatsoever things the Father ~doth, 32 1, 42 | is ~immediately added, "Whatsoever things the Father doth, 33 1, 59 | at once behold all things whatsoever that can ~be known in them.~ 34 1, 64 | inclination towards any evil whatsoever; consequently they ~cannot 35 1, 64 | whole might he is moved to ~whatsoever he is moved, be it good 36 1, 67 | of the first movement of whatsoever kind. ~For it is accidental 37 1, 73 | animals than all ~animals whatsoever differ from each other. 38 1, 74 | opposed to actuality. Now, whatsoever things are in ~actuality 39 1, 74 | Div. Nom. v). Therefore whatsoever things ~are in potentiality 40 1, 74 | potentiality to act; ~while whatsoever things have no matter are 41 1, 81 | of necessity all things whatsoever it ~desires.~Aquin.: SMT 42 1, 81 | not desire of necessity whatsoever it ~desires. In order to 43 1, 83 | perfect likeness of all, whatsoever ~may be found to exist in 44 1, 103 | according to Ps. 134:6: "Whatsoever the Lord ~pleased, He hath 45 1, 112 | Further, on Numbers 18:12: "Whatsoever first-fruits they offer," ~ 46 1, 116 | cannot move any other body whatsoever but its own.~Aquin.: SMT 47 1, 118 | is written (Mt. 15:17): "Whatsoever entereth into the ~mouth, 48 2, 1 | any point of view. For in ~whatsoever things there is an essential 49 2, 1 | 1 ~Whether man will all, whatsoever he wills, for the last end?~ 50 2, 1 | that man does not will all, whatsoever he wills, ~for the last 51 2, 1 | man does ~not desire all, whatsoever he desires, for the last 52 2, 1 | of necessity, desire all, whatsoever he ~desires, for the last 53 2, 2 | desire for wealth and ~for whatsoever temporal goods, the contrary 54 2, 8 | sight extends to all things whatsoever that are in any ~way colored. 55 2, 90 | De Const. Prin. leg. i): "Whatsoever pleaseth the sovereign, 56 2, 94 | is included in all things whatsoever a ~man apprehends. Wherefore 57 2, 94 | inclinations of any parts whatsoever of human ~nature, e.g. of 58 2, 99 | 7:12): "All things . . . whatsoever ~you would that men should 59 2, 99 | it is said, "All things whatsoever you ~would that men should 60 2, 102 | the ~intelligible types of whatsoever takes place in this world, 61 2, 107 | wilt be perfect, go, sell whatsoever thou hast," ~etc. [*St. 62 2, 107 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Whatsoever is set down in the New Testament 63 2, 109 | or of ~any created being whatsoever depends upon God in two 64 2, 109 | the knowledge of any truth whatsoever man ~needs Divine help, 65 2, 109 | to do or wish any good ~whatsoever, as stated above (A[1]). 66 2, 113 | suddenly dispose any matter whatsoever to its form; and ~much more 67 2, 114 | Now no act of anything ~whatsoever is divinely ordained to 68 2, 38 | is written (Mt. 7:12): "Whatsoever you would that men ~should 69 2, 47 | applicable to all matters ~whatsoever wherein man is said to conjecture 70 2, 62 | escape ~any unhappiness whatsoever of the present life, because 71 2, 75 | 7:12): "All things . . . whatsoever ~you would that men should 72 2, 85 | them to observe all things whatsoever I have ~commanded you"; 73 2, 86 | written (Eccles. 5:3,4): "Whatsoever thou hast ~vowed, pay it; 74 2, 86 | to him ~through any cause whatsoever, he must do what he can, 75 2, 86 | 1; cf. Lev. 27:9,10,28), whatsoever has once been ~sanctified 76 2, 87 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Whatsoever we do, we should do it in 77 2, 90 | namely, to any ~creature whatsoever, and this is another genus 78 2, 92 | worship to any creature whatsoever.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[94] A[ 79 2, 94 | demons, to ~employ them to whatsoever purpose he will; on the 80 2, 104 | Thy grace I ascribe also ~whatsoever I have not done of evil; 81 2, 115 | de divers, i), everything whatsoever man has on earth, and whatsoever 82 2, 115 | whatsoever man has on earth, and whatsoever he ~owns, goes by the name 83 2, 120 | according to Col. 3:17, "All ~whatsoever you do in word or in work . . . 84 2, 121 | reason against every evil whatsoever, since no bodily good is ~ 85 2, 149 | resolved to suffer any evil ~whatsoever rather than consent to evil."~ 86 2, 149 | united to any other things whatsoever, against ~the prescription 87 2, 156 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, whatsoever is contrary to charity is 88 2, 160 | become him. Consequently whatsoever things lead a man to inordinate ~ 89 2, 170 | friends, because all things whatsoever ~I have heard of My Father, 90 2, 170 | Thou shalt have this sign: Whatsoever that ~same prophet foretelleth 91 2, 180 | when a ~man, renouncing whatsoever pertains to this life, delights 92 2, 183 | or ~of acquiring any gain whatsoever, because as it is written ( 93 2, 184 | is ~said (Eccles. 9:10): "Whatsoever thy hand is able to do, 94 2, 185 | that you assist her in ~whatsoever business she shall have 95 2, 185 | faithful any endowment whatsoever for their support, can lawfully 96 2, 187 | time is needed to ~learn whatsoever He will, for He teaches 97 3, 1 | being wherein any creature whatsoever differs ~from the Creator 98 3, 2 | assumes are not the same. For ~whatsoever Person assumes unites, and 99 3, 2 | before Christ's coming, whatsoever ~eminency of righteousness 100 3, 2 | the needs of any other man whatsoever have merited this ~union 101 3, 7 | Divine things, ~but even in whatsoever is divinely revealed. Now 102 3, 7 | not limited, i.e. it has whatsoever can pertain to the nature ~ 103 3, 9 | capacity of any creature whatsoever. Hence, together with this ~ 104 3, 10 | Qq. lxxxiii, qu. 14): "Whatsoever ~comprehends itself is finite 105 3, 10 | for all that in any way whatsoever is, will be, or was done, 106 3, 10 | that are in act at any time whatsoever, ~since the state of generation 107 3, 12 | reason, from any other things whatsoever, He ~could come to the knowledge 108 3, 13 | He hath done all things whatsoever He would" (Ps. ~113:11). 109 3, 15 | we to understand ~that "whatsoever shall befall the just man, 110 3, 15 | do. Now Christ ~could do whatsoever was great. Therefore it 111 3, 15 | reason why any movement ~whatsoever of anger, even if it be 112 3, 16 | who is a lord, lordly; but whatsoever belongs to a lord is ~called 113 3, 19 | having operated and ~suffered whatsoever befits His human and Divine 114 3, 19 | than in any other ~man whatsoever.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[19] A[ 115 3, 21 | according to Ps. 134:6: "Whatsoever the Lord ~pleased, He hath 116 3, 22 | sacrifice, fall away from it by whatsoever kind of sin. The ~Sacrifice 117 3, 25 | united to it in any way whatsoever. In the first way ~men are 118 3, 28 | all ~matter to any form whatsoever. Consequently, just as it 119 3, 40 | the Law forbade any work whatsoever to be done on the Sabbath, 120 3, 42 | peace of any individuals whatsoever. Consequently, when certain 121 3, 44 | natural to any creature whatsoever to be changed by God, according 122 3, 44 | contrary to nature: for ~whatsoever He does in each thing, that 123 3, 46 | seems most fitting that whatsoever keeps something ~unjustly 124 3, 49 | from ~which cause all sins whatsoever, past, present, or to come, 125 3, 54 | not, or in any fashion whatsoever. Still it requires but a 126 3, 64 | earth, concerning anything ~whatsoever they shall ask, it shall 127 3, 64 | hierarchical order than any men whatsoever, as Dionysius says (Coel. ~ 128 3, 64 | heretics (lxxiii): ~"Everything whatsoever heretics do, is carnal, 129 3, 77 | if the liquid of any kind whatsoever added ~be so much in quantity 130 3, 83 | or lost in any manner ~whatsoever; in which cases it does 131 3, 84 | before it was said to Peter: "Whatsoever thou ~shalt bind upon earth," 132 3, 84 | to Peter ~(Mt. 16:19): "Whatsoever thou shalt loose on earth," 133 3, 84 | addressed to Peter (Mt. 16:19): "Whatsoever thou shalt loose on earth," ~ 134 3, 84 | said to Peter (Mt. 16:19): "Whatsoever thou shalt loose on earth," ~ 135 3, 84 | said to Peter (Mt. 16:19): "Whatsoever ~thou shalt loose on earth," 136 3, 86 | the heart of any ~sinner whatsoever can be moved to repent, 137 3, 89 | of which it was said: 'Whatsoever you shall ~loose on earth 138 Suppl, 18| is written (Mt. 16:19): "Whatsoever thou shalt bind ~on earth, 139 Suppl, 25| was said ~(Mt. 16:19) that whatsoever he should loose on earth 140 Suppl, 40| vestments and vessels and whatsoever else is ~employed in the 141 Suppl, 58| OTC Para. 2/2~Further, by whatsoever a man sinneth, by the same 142 Suppl, 60| forbidden to marry." Further, in whatsoever a man ~sins, in that same 143 Suppl, 70| Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, whatsoever is patient receives something 144 Suppl, 70| something therefrom. Now whatsoever is received in a thing is 145 Suppl, 71| the altar or of any alms whatsoever are offered ~for those who 146 Suppl, 71| allow that any other goods whatsoever that are done out of charity 147 Suppl, 75| and flesh of any animals whatsoever, even of man, will in ~an 148 Suppl, 76| Philosopher (De Gener. ii): ~"Whatsoever things are changed in their 149 Suppl, 89| of any immaterial object ~whatsoever. It is this likeness and 150 Suppl, 89| essence knows all things whatsoever ~that are, shall be, or 151 Suppl, 89| will He show in Himself whatsoever He will. Nor does the ~comparison 152 Suppl, 89| the natural agent, so that whatsoever is in the passive ~power 153 Suppl, 96| but also any mortal sin whatsoever.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[99] A[


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