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imperceptible 6
imperf 10
imperfect 521
imperfection 149
imperfections 1
imperfectly 64
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149 absolute
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149 imperfection
149 individuals
149 presumption
149 sensuality
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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imperfection

    Part, Question
1 1, 11 | and every privation is an imperfection, which cannot ~apply to 2 1, 14 | everything that savors of imperfection; and everything that expresses ~ 3 1, 19 | things not possessed, implies imperfection, which cannot be ~imputed 4 1, 20 | certain passions a certain imperfection is implied, as ~in desire, 5 1, 20 | love and joy, imply no ~imperfection. Since therefore none of 6 1, 20 | their formal side imply imperfection be attributed to Him; except ~ 7 1, 20 | those that do not imply imperfection, ~such as love and joy, 8 1, 25 | perfect, nor in Him does any imperfection find place. Whence it ~most 9 1, 33 | every privation signifies imperfection in the thing which is ~the 10 1, 33 | but not as implying any imperfection. For privation can ~be taken 11 1, 33 | sense, privation imports an imperfection. In this sense, ~"unbegotten" 12 1, 58 | vision succeeds. But the imperfection of the evening ~knowledge 13 1, 59 | Therefore, since there is no imperfection in the angels, ~especially 14 1, 59 | knower. Now it is a mark of ~imperfection in anything not to have 15 1, 59 | Therefore it does not argue imperfection in an ~angel if his will 16 1, 59 | him; ~but it would argue imperfection in him, with he to be indeterminate 17 1, 60 | knower. It comes of the imperfection of man's intellectual ~nature 18 1, 60 | Consequently it does not argue imperfection ~in the person desiring, 19 1, 62 | perfection removes the opposite ~imperfection. Now the imperfection of 20 1, 62 | opposite ~imperfection. Now the imperfection of nature is not opposed 21 1, 62 | but underlies it; as the imperfection of the ~power underlies 22 1, 62 | form. In the ~same way, the imperfection of natural knowledge is 23 1, 62 | OBJ 3: Further, it argues imperfection for anyone not occupying 24 1, 62 | would appear that there is imperfection and defect in them; which 25 1, 66 | imperfect effect proves imperfection in the agent. ~But God is 26 1, 66 | developing perfection from imperfection.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[66] A[ 27 1, 66 | respect to perfection and ~imperfection, so that under an imperfect 28 1, 75 | latter excludes also the ~imperfection of the part, so that a hand 29 1, 76 | elements, by reason of their ~imperfection, are a medium between accidental 30 1, 59 | vision succeeds. But the imperfection of the evening ~knowledge 31 1, 60 | Therefore, since there is no imperfection in the angels, ~especially 32 1, 60 | knower. Now it is a mark of ~imperfection in anything not to have 33 1, 60 | Therefore it does not argue imperfection in an ~angel if his will 34 1, 60 | him; ~but it would argue imperfection in him, with he to be indeterminate 35 1, 61 | knower. It comes of the imperfection of man's intellectual ~nature 36 1, 61 | Consequently it does not argue imperfection ~in the person desiring, 37 1, 63 | perfection removes the opposite ~imperfection. Now the imperfection of 38 1, 63 | opposite ~imperfection. Now the imperfection of nature is not opposed 39 1, 63 | but underlies it; as the imperfection of the ~power underlies 40 1, 63 | form. In the ~same way, the imperfection of natural knowledge is 41 1, 63 | OBJ 3: Further, it argues imperfection for anyone not occupying 42 1, 63 | would appear that there is imperfection and defect in them; which 43 1, 67 | imperfect effect proves imperfection in the agent. ~But God is 44 1, 67 | developing perfection from imperfection.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[66] A[ 45 1, 67 | respect to perfection and ~imperfection, so that under an imperfect 46 1, 74 | latter excludes also the ~imperfection of the part, so that a hand 47 1, 75 | elements, by reason of their ~imperfection, are a medium between accidental 48 1, 81 | potentiality precedes act, and ~imperfection precedes perfection. But 49 1, 93 | perfection comes before ~imperfection, as act precedes potentiality; 50 1, 94 | very nature do not ~involve imperfection, such as charity and justice; 51 1, 94 | such a nature as to imply imperfection either in ~their act, or 52 1, 94 | part of the matter. If such imperfection be ~consistent with the 53 1, 94 | any virtue which implies imperfection incompatible with the ~perfection 54 2, 4 | only that which involves imperfection, such as ~movement. Hence 55 2, 5 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The imperfection of participated Happiness 56 2, 5 | in Its Essence: and this imperfection destroys the nature of true ~ 57 2, 5 | Happiness. Secondly, the imperfection may be on the part of the ~ 58 2, 5 | God enjoys Himself. This imperfection does not destroy the true 59 2, 62 | and hope imply a certain imperfection: since faith is ~of things 60 2, 65 | account of ~their implying an imperfection. But instead of faith, He 61 2, 67 | delight in Him Who knows no ~imperfection." As to justice, it is yet 62 2, 67 | respect of perfection and imperfection: wherefore in ~alterations, 63 2, 67 | impossible for ~perfection and imperfection to affect the same thing 64 2, 67 | take note that sometimes imperfection belongs to a thing's ~very 65 2, 67 | follows that if such an imperfection be removed, the species ~ 66 2, 67 | Sometimes, however, the imperfection does not ~belong to the 67 2, 67 | evident, that if such an imperfection be removed, the ~thing remains 68 2, 67 | very nature, contains an ~imperfection on the part of the subject, 69 2, 67 | its very nature, ~implies imperfection of its subject, is incompatible 70 2, 67 | its very ~nature implies imperfection of its subject, since it 71 2, 67 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The imperfection of candlelight is not opposed 72 2, 67 | same subject: ~whereas the imperfection of faith and the perfection 73 2, 67 | same kind can advance from imperfection to ~perfection by continuous 74 2, 67 | stated above (A[3]), when the imperfection of a thing ~does not belong 75 2, 67 | identical thing passing from imperfection to perfection, even as man 76 2, 67 | of which does not include imperfection, since it may relate to 77 2, 67 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The imperfection of charity is accidental 78 2, 67 | accidental to it; because ~imperfection is not included in the nature 79 2, 67 | substance remains. Hence ~the imperfection of charity being done away, 80 2, 75 | on account of its moral ~imperfection on the part of its inordinateness. 81 2, 88 | venial by ~reason of the imperfection of the act.~Aquin.: SMT 82 2, 88 | this will be due to the imperfection of the act, in so far as ~ 83 2, 88 | is a venial sin through imperfection of ~the act, as we have 84 2, 88 | venial by ~reason of the imperfection of the act, because then 85 2, 89 | us, either through ~the imperfection of the act, as in the case 86 2, 91 | 4~Now the perfection and imperfection of these two laws is to 87 2, 93 | are imperfect; but this ~imperfection on the part of action is 88 2, 98 | death, on account of its imperfection: in so ~far as it did not 89 2, 98 | they ~might be led from imperfection to perfection; wherefore 90 2, 102 | observed that to show the imperfection of the figures of the ~Law, 91 2, 102 | efforts, on account of their ~imperfection.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[102] A[ 92 2, 107 | relative perfection and imperfection. For the ~precepts of every 93 2, 111 | notion of neither implies imperfection.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[111] A[ 94 2, 1 | faith had to proceed from imperfection to perfection; and, although 95 2, 4 | imperfect things ~from which imperfection is inseparable, for then, 96 2, 4 | appear not." When, however, imperfection is not inseparable from 97 2, 4 | faith, on account of its imperfection, is not placed among the 98 2, 13 | moved to perfection from imperfection. ~This is evident as regards 99 2, 18 | respect of perfection and ~imperfection of charity, as Augustine 100 2, 33 | venial sin on account of the ~imperfection of the act. Thus in the 101 2, 49 | and these are marks of imperfection. Therefore ~{euboulia} ( 102 2, 62 | generation nature proceeds from ~imperfection to perfection. Hence it 103 2, 85 | acknowledged by a ~sign that imperfection was his part, and that the 104 2, 116 | covetousness by reason of imperfection of the ~act, as stated above ( 105 2, 142 | of Jesus." It is owing to imperfection of virtue that a man ~is 106 2, 156 | venial sin by reason of ~the imperfection of the act. This imperfection 107 2, 156 | imperfection of the act. This imperfection is considered either in ~ 108 2, 160 | venial by reason of their imperfection (through ~forestalling the 109 2, 160 | well as by ~considering the imperfection of the goods on which man 110 2, 162 | perfection of the male, and ~the imperfection of the female sex. Again 111 2, 172 | because faith implies an ~imperfection of knowledge. In like manner 112 2, 174 | not inconsistent with the imperfection of this ~life, that it should 113 2, 180 | contemplation is not without some ~imperfection, and can always become more 114 2, 186 | others: and this pertains to imperfection, or even to vice, if one 115 3, 1 | whereby we ~proceed from imperfection to perfection. Hence the 116 3, 1 | Perfection is prior to imperfection, both in time and ~nature, 117 3, 1 | but in one and the same, imperfection ~is prior in time though 118 3, 1 | precedes in duration the imperfection of human nature; ~but the 119 3, 1 | is subsequent in time to imperfection. Therefore, what is most ~ 120 3, 1 | 3), perfection precedes imperfection in time in one ~way, and 121 3, 1 | contrariwise in another way imperfection precedes perfection. ~For 122 3, 1 | perfect from being imperfect, imperfection ~precedes perfection in 123 3, 1 | perfection, perfection precedes imperfection in time. Now in the work ~ 124 3, 1 | terminus of a movement from imperfection to perfection, but also 125 3, 2 | implicates the ~notion of imperfection. Therefore it is impossible 126 3, 14 | perfect, not ~having any imperfection in it.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 127 3, 31 | which, on account of the imperfection of ~the female power, it 128 3, 31 | bears witness ~to his own imperfection and to the perfection of 129 3, 31 | Now, to sin is ~due the imperfection of the human race, which 130 3, 33 | taking ~unto Himself the imperfection of our nature; according 131 3, 83 | either of them causes no such imperfection in the sacrifice, as calls 132 3, 84 | Law, in keeping with the ~imperfection of the old, and the perfection 133 Suppl, 44| the genus on account of an imperfection in the species, when namely 134 Suppl, 72| must needs ~cease when the imperfection ceases: whereas this cannot 135 Suppl, 72| changed as regards their imperfection; but that two of them will 136 Suppl, 72| be chiefly to remove all ~imperfection from the abode of the saints; 137 Suppl, 72| of the human body, the ~imperfection and instability of knowledge 138 Suppl, 77| body of a man. Now all ~imperfection of a man will be removed 139 Suppl, 80| penetrated is a mark of imperfection which will be ~altogether 140 Suppl, 81| But there will be no ~imperfection in glorified bodies. Neither 141 Suppl, 81| 7), although it has an imperfection as to place, because while 142 Suppl, 88| because movement causes some imperfection in the heaven, for instance ~ 143 Suppl, 90| proceeds from the soul's imperfection its operation whereby it 144 Suppl, 91| visible object redounds to the imperfection of the sight. But there 145 Suppl, 91| sight. But there will ~be no imperfection in the blessed. Therefore 146 Suppl, 91| the thing seen without ~imperfection of vision: because the images 147 Suppl, 93| the left on account of the imperfection of the present ~life."~Aquin.: 148 Suppl, 95| knowledge, if we consider its imperfection; for instance ~a person 149 Suppl, 95| a state of the greatest imperfection. ~Therefore they will not


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