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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 3 | principles whereby a thing is defined are regarded ~as the formal 2 1, 7 | for the continuous is ~defined that which is infinitely 3 1, 10 | Simple things are usually defined by way of negation; as " 4 1, 11 | after "multitude," and is defined by it; whereas, on the ~ 5 1, 11 | contrary, "multitude" is defined by "one." Hence there would 6 1, 13 | signification of names can be defined only from what ~is said 7 1, 14 | therefore evil can neither be defined nor known except ~by good.~ 8 1, 16 | For this reason truth is defined by the ~conformity of intellect 9 1, 29 | Therefore person ~is improperly defined.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[29] A[ 10 1, 29 | person is not properly ~defined as above.~Aquin.: SMT FP 11 1, 29 | idea of singularity can be defined; and so ~the Philosopher ( 12 1, 29 | denied of anything, the thing defined is also denied of it. But 13 1, 33 | for instance, a point is defined as what has ~no part.~Aquin.: 14 1, 36 | the matter ~was explicitly defined by the authority of the 15 1, 58 | intelligi]; hence "intellect" is defined as the habit of first principles. 16 1, 68 | nature ~will be differently defined according as opinions on 17 1, 75 | premise that the ~soul is defined as the first principle of 18 1, 76 | essential ~parts: as a thing defined is divided into the parts 19 1, 59 | intelligi]; hence "intellect" is defined as the habit of ~first principles. 20 1, 69 | nature ~will be differently defined according as opinions on 21 1, 74 | premise that the ~soul is defined as the first principle of 22 1, 75 | essential ~parts: as a thing defined is divided into the parts 23 1, 78 | objects: ~since each power is defined in reference to that thing 24 1, 80 | contrary, Sensuality is defined as "the appetite of things ~ 25 1, 82 | 2: Further, free-will is defined as "the faculty of the will 26 1, 82 | clear because habits are defined as that "by reason of ~which 27 1, 84 | i, 1), that the object ~defined comes in our knowledge before 28 1, 84 | known before ~the thing defined is known; otherwise the 29 1, 84 | known; otherwise the thing defined would not be ~known at all. 30 1, 84 | divisibility. Wherefore a point is defined by ~way of privation "as 31 1, 91 | the absence of the thing ~defined.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[92] A[ 32 1, 96 | you take away the thing defined. Therefore ~as long as man 33 1, 107 | is multiplied, the thing defined is also ~multiplied. But 34 1, 108 | in a hierarchy, which is defined as a holy ~principality; 35 1, 115 | does not exist cannot be defined. But Boethius (De ~Consol. 36 2, 1 | too, the ~free-will is defined as "the faculty and will 37 2, 6 | Objection 1], the voluntary is defined not only as having ~"a principle 38 2, 6 | fear, a violent action is defined as not only one, "the ~principal 39 2, 53 | wherefore any accident is defined ~with reference to its subject. 40 2, 55 | Whether virtue is suitably defined?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[55] A[ 41 2, 55 | and difference, when it is defined as "a good ~quality": for " 42 2, 59 | directing it to good as defined by reason. Now good as defined 43 2, 59 | defined by reason. Now good as defined by reason ~is that which 44 2, 60 | one thing, viz. ~the mean defined by reason. Therefore, seemingly, 45 2, 61 | virtue: since the good ~defined by reason is not found in 46 2, 61 | we speak now is good as ~defined by reason; which good is 47 2, 61 | A[6]). Again, good as defined by reason and put into ~ 48 2, 61 | firm in holding to the good defined by reason, ~against the 49 2, 62 | tends naturally to good as ~defined by reason.~Aquin.: SMT FS 50 2, 63 | directed to the good which is defined ~according to the rule of 51 2, 63 | directs ~man to good as defined by the Divine Law, and not 52 2, 66 | mean of virtue which is defined by right reason; and this, 53 2, 66 | will be proportionately ~defined according to right reason 54 2, 66 | OBJ 2: Further, virtue is defined as "that which makes its 55 2, 67 | definition; faith being defined as "the ~substance of things 56 2, 68 | infused virtue, may be ~defined as something given by God 57 2, 68 | quality abiding in man, being defined as "a quality ~difficult 58 2, 71 | above (A[1]). Now sin is defined as "a word, deed, or desire, 59 2, 71 | Whether sin is fittingly defined as a word, deed, or desire 60 2, 71 | that sin is unfittingly defined by saying: "Sin is ~a word, 61 2, 71 | in general should not ~be defined as being against the law 62 2, 77 | sensitive appetite, but good defined by the reason, it ~seems 63 2, 78 | that ~habit. Hence habit is defined as being "something we use 64 2, 110 | the definition, fits the defined. But the ~definitions of 65 2, 1 | creed, than that which was defined by the Fathers ~assembled 66 2, 2 | This is how "to believe" is defined by Augustine (De ~Praedest. 67 2, 4 | so faith is unfittingly defined.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[4] A[1] 68 2, 4 | reference to which faith can ~be defined, albeit the words themselves 69 2, 4 | being a habit, should ~be defined by its proper act in relation 70 2, 11 | faith, which were not as yet defined by the Church; although 71 2, 11 | them after they had been defined by the ~authority of the 72 2, 16 | should precede ~the thing defined and be more known. But hope 73 2, 22 | just as moral virtue is defined as being "in accord with ~ 74 2, 27 | it is that the virtue is ~defined and named in reference to 75 2, 30 | need. Wherefore some have defined alms as being "a deed ~whereby 76 2, 41 | Whether scandal is fittingly defined as being something less 77 2, 41 | that scandal is unfittingly defined as "something ~less rightly 78 2, 41 | does not specify the ~thing defined. Therefore it is unfitting, 79 2, 41 | is, therefore, fittingly defined as "something less rightly 80 2, 45 | general, since ~virtue is defined (Ethic. ii, 6) "an elective 81 2, 56 | Whether justice is fittingly defined as being the perpetual and 82 2, 56 | lawyers have unfittingly defined justice as ~being "the perpetual 83 2, 56 | Therefore justice is unfittingly defined ~as being a will.~Aquin.: 84 2, 56 | a virtue must needs be defined by means of the ~good act 85 2, 56 | moral virtue, for this is defined in reference to right reason, 86 2, 56 | species. Now moral virtue is ~defined (Ethic. ii, 6) to be "an 87 2, 71 | Whether backbiting is suitably defined as the blackening of another' 88 2, 71 | that backbiting is not as defined by some [*Albert ~the Great, 89 2, 77 | in this way that Ambrose defined sin, considering it from 90 2, 90 | superstition: for the ~latter is defined as being "immoderate observance 91 2, 96 | the contrary, Perjury is defined "a falsehood confirmed by 92 2, 98 | Therefore simony should not ~be defined as an act of the will.~Aquin.: 93 2, 98 | would seem that simony is ~defined insufficiently.~Aquin.: 94 2, 98 | Hence simony is fittingly defined from its relation to the 95 2, 98 | or will, wherefore it is ~defined in reference to the will, 96 2, 100 | observance is unfittingly ~defined as giving worship and honor 97 2, 100 | observance is not fittingly defined as paying worship and honor.~ 98 2, 116 | covetousness, which is ~defined as "immoderate love of possessing." 99 2, 151 | OBJ 3: Further, lust is defined "as the desire of wanton 100 2, 156 | 4), a capital vice is ~defined as one from which many vices 101 2, 159 | of one man to another is defined ~according to the ordinance 102 2, 169 | OBJ 1: Prophecy is there defined according to its proper ~ 103 2, 177 | in so far as movement is defined ~"the act of a perfect thing." 104 3, 2 | signified by a ~"person" being defined as "an individual substance," 105 3, 10 | separated from the ~thing defined, since this would mean that 106 3, 60 | convertible with the thing defined. Now ~some define a sacrament 107 3, 60 | considered by us now, is ~defined as being the "sign of a 108 3, 63 | 3: Further, character is defined by some thus: "A character 109 3, 66 | Consequently Damascene defined Baptism, not as to that 110 3, 66 | Faith." Likewise Dionysius defined Baptism ~by its relation 111 3, 69 | virtue is a habit: which is defined as a "quality not ~easily 112 3, 84 | However, as this is not defined by the words of Christ, ~ 113 Suppl, 1 | Whether Contrition is suitably defined?~(2) Whether it is an act 114 Suppl, 1 | that contrition has been defined in various ~ways. For, as 115 Suppl, 7 | connected with the thing defined: and for this reason we 116 Suppl, 12| Accordingly satisfaction may be defined in two ways, first with ~ 117 Suppl, 12| compensation, and thus it is ~defined as "compensation for an 118 Suppl, 12| Secondly, satisfaction may ~be defined, considered as preserving 119 Suppl, 12| Massiliensis, De Eccl. Dogm. liv] ~defined satisfaction, as made to 120 Suppl, 17| text. 33), ~"powers are defined from their acts." Wherefore, 121 Suppl, 17| of power, it should be defined from its act or use, and 122 Suppl, 17| keys. And since the key is defined ~from its act, its definition 123 Suppl, 21| excommunication is suitably defined?~(2) Whether the Church 124 Suppl, 21| excommunication is suitably defined as separation from the ~ 125 Suppl, 21| excommunication is unsuitably defined by some ~thus: "Excommunication 126 Suppl, 34| Whether it is fittingly defined?~(3) Whether it is a sacrament?~( 127 Suppl, 34| Whether Order is properly defined?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[34] A[ 128 Suppl, 34| that order is improperly defined by the Master ~(Sent. iv, 129 Suppl, 34| Therefore Order ~is improperly defined there.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 130 Suppl, 42| contrary, Definition and thing defined should be convertible. Now ~ 131 Suppl, 43| betrothal is not rightly defined "a promise ~of future marriage," 132 Suppl, 43| seemingly it should not be defined as a mere promise.~Aquin.: 133 Suppl, 44| Whether it is fittingly defined?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[44] A[ 134 Suppl, 44| Whether matrimony is fittingly defined in the text?~Aquin.: SMT 135 Suppl, 44| matrimony is unfittingly defined in the text* ~(Sent. iv, 136 Suppl, 44| consequently certain things are defined ~from things that are posterior 137 Suppl, 47| Since then violence ~is defined by jurists (i, ff. de eo 138 Suppl, 54| consanguinity is rightly defined by some?~(2) Whether it 139 Suppl, 54| consanguinity is rightly defined?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[54] A[ 140 Suppl, 54| consanguinity is unsuitably defined by some as ~follows: "Consanguinity 141 Suppl, 54| OBJ 3: Further, a line is defined as being between two points. 142 Suppl, 54| 4: Further, a degree is defined as "the relation between 143 Suppl, 55| the same degrees, and ~is defined thus: "The justice of public 144 Suppl, 57| Whether adoption is rightly defined?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[57] A[ 145 Suppl, 57| adoption is not rightly defined: "Adoption is ~the act by 146 Suppl, 76| animal, since animal is defined from ~the primary sense, 147 Suppl, 76| question, because animal is defined from sense, i.e. the sensitive 148 Suppl, 80| vacant. Now a vacuum is defined by the Philosopher (Phys. 149 Suppl, 80| the definition from the defined is ~to make two contradictories 150 Suppl, 88| instant. Now an instant is ~defined (Phys. viii) "the beginning 151 Suppl, 92| of which ~we speak now is defined thus: "The dowry is the


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