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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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expression

    Part, Question
1 1, 10 | is imperfect. Hence the ~expression "simultaneously-whole" is 2 1, 16 | thing, in so ~far as the expression is significative, and with 3 1, 19 | 11) Whether the will of expression is distinguished in God?~( 4 1, 19 | 1/1~Whether the will of expression is to be distinguished in 5 1, 19 | It seems that the will of expression is not to be distinguished ~ 6 1, 19 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, every expression that is not in agreement 7 1, 19 | that punishment becomes an expression of anger. Therefore ~punishment 8 1, 19 | what is usually with us an expression ~of will, is sometimes metaphorically 9 1, 19 | metaphorically taken is the will of ~expression, inasmuch as the sign itself 10 1, 19 | will ~to do so. Accordingly expression is not attributed to knowledge, 11 1, 19 | what in us is the usual ~expression of our will, is called the 12 1, 19 | from the fact that it is an expression of anger in ourselves.~Aquin.: 13 1, 19 | 11:26). But the will of expression is distinct from the will ~ 14 1, 19 | comprehended in the ~will of expression.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[19] A[ 15 1, 19 | therefore to assign one expression only in the case of ~evil - 16 1, 19 | these signs we name the expression of will by which we ~are 17 1, 19 | person; in ~that way the expression of his will is his own working. 18 1, 19 | mover. In this respect the expression ~is called permission. He 19 1, 19 | the ~divine will, as the expression of that will. That precept, 20 1, 19 | pleasure, and of the ~will of expression. But operation is always 21 1, 19 | regard to evil, ~only one expression is assigned, that of prohibition. 22 1, 28 | that, "every relative ~expression is something besides the 23 1, 30 | answer that, The very mode of expression itself shows that this term ~" 24 1, 31 | 1~OBJ 3: Further if this expression "alone" is joined to an 25 1, 31 | creates. Therefore this expression "alone" cannot be ~joined 26 1, 31 | to the subject; as this expression "every one" or "no one"; 27 1, 31 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: This expression "alone," properly speaking, 28 1, 35 | Further, similitude in expression belongs to the nature of 29 1, 36 | Tribulation"); and in our modern expression of ~"giving up the ghost." 30 1, 36 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The expression Holy Spirit, if taken as 31 1, 36 | word, it is thus ~that the expression, in the usage of the Church, 32 1, 36 | Keep me, I pray, in this ~expression of my faith, that I may 33 1, 39 | languages have diverse modes of expression. So as ~by reason of the 34 1, 39 | arise appropriation of the expression "from Whom, by Whom, ~and 35 1, 39 | the Son, so also is the expression "by Whom." The preposition " 36 1, 39 | knowledge. In this sense the expression "in ~Him" should be appropriated 37 1, 39 | end; and in this sense the expression ~"in Him" is appropriated 38 1, 39 | appropriation to a person. The ~expression "Who is" is appropriated 39 1, 50 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: By the expression 'gods' Plato understands 40 1, 51 | philosophers. Bernard's expression can be explained, that the ~ 41 1, 54 | according to the manner ~of expression; for it really follows the 42 1, 58 | 1/1 ~I answer that, The expression "morning" and "evening" 43 1, 58 | morning, one day." But ~by the expression "day" the knowledge of the 44 1, 60 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The expression 'as himself' can in one 45 1, 60 | to be. In another way the expression can qualify the ~knowledge 46 1, 60 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The expression "as" does not denote equality, 47 1, 60 | good to the angel, if the expression "in so far" denotes an end, ~ 48 1, 69 | with Rabbi Moses, that the ~expression, "He called," denotes throughout 49 1, 69 | waters or not. So by the expression "He called" we are to understand ~ 50 1, 39 | languages have diverse modes of expression. So as ~by reason of the 51 1, 39 | arise appropriation of the expression "from Whom, by Whom, ~and 52 1, 39 | the Son, so also is the expression "by Whom." The preposition " 53 1, 39 | knowledge. In this sense the expression "in ~Him" should be appropriated 54 1, 39 | end; and in this sense the expression ~"in Him" is appropriated 55 1, 39 | appropriation to a person. The ~expression "Who is" is appropriated 56 1, 51 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: By the expression 'gods' Plato understands 57 1, 52 | philosophers. Bernard's expression can be explained, that the ~ 58 1, 55 | according to the manner ~of expression; for it really follows the 59 1, 59 | 1/1~I answer that, The expression "morning" and "evening" 60 1, 59 | morning, one day." But ~by the expression "day" the knowledge of the 61 1, 61 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The expression 'as himself' can in one 62 1, 61 | to be. In another way the expression can qualify the ~knowledge 63 1, 61 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The expression "as" does not denote equality, 64 1, 61 | good to the angel, if the expression "in so far" denotes an end, ~ 65 1, 70 | with Rabbi Moses, that the ~expression, "He called," denotes throughout 66 1, 70 | waters or not. So by the expression "He called" we are to understand ~ 67 1, 92 | is wrought with greater expression."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[93] A[ 68 1, 92 | another way, as signifying the expression and perfection of ~the image. 69 1, 99 | is clear from his mode of expression as follows: "It ~seems that 70 1, 112 | blessed angels, then the ~expression is metaphorical, and signifies 71 2, 12 | 1/2~I answer that, The expression "two things" may be taken 72 2, 27 | senses, we do not use the expression "beautiful," for we do not 73 2, 35 | movements the voice is the best ~expression of the inward thought and 74 2, 46 | utterance yet without full ~expression"], and lastly, "whosoever 75 2, 68 | speaks, agrees in degrees and expression with these [of which we ~ 76 2, 70 | ways. First, so that the expression ~"for the sake of" be taken 77 2, 81 | bodily substance" [*The expression is St. ~Augustine's (Gen. 78 2, 87 | stated ~above (A[3]). The expression "to be brought to nothing" 79 2, 95 | of good; "clearness of ~expression," to the need of preventing 80 2, 98 | God." Moreover the same expression is often repeated in Exodus, ~ 81 2, 110 | Nevertheless, inasmuch as it is the expression or participation ~of the 82 2, 1 | under various modes of expression, and sometimes obscurely, 83 2, 16 | 2: Further, prayer is an expression of hope, for it is written ( 84 2, 16 | Further, prayer is the expression of hope, as stated above ( 85 2, 30 | in which case we have the expression "necessary to the ~person" [* 86 2, 55 | mind of the craftsman an ~expression of the things to be made 87 2, 55 | externally by his craft, which ~expression is called the rule of his 88 2, 55 | pre-exists in ~the mind an expression of the particular just work 89 2, 55 | the same as right, ~but an expression of right.~Aquin.: SMT SS 90 2, 55 | Further, the law is an expression of what is just, as stated ~ 91 2, 59 | previous action; and the expression applies most properly to ~ 92 2, 59 | and action (whence the expression 'contrapassum'), but according 93 2, 120 | first of all precepts, gave expression, by prohibition or by ~command, 94 2, 143 | internal choice, but its expression lies in the external conduct.~ 95 2, 173 | But this is to use ~the expression in a less proper signification.~ 96 3, 16 | unless merely by a figurative expression, ~inasmuch as they are united 97 3, 23 | humanity is adopted," the expression is metaphorical: and adoption 98 3, 26 | fide," is a witness to the expression ~of the faith of his time. 99 3, 31 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The expression "Christ was in Adam according 100 3, 37 | Since a ~name is but an expression of the definition" which 101 3, 39 | Further, the voice gives expression to the word conceived in 102 3, 44 | the whole earth,' which expression refers to the land of ~Judea, 103 3, 47 | not have sin." And so the expression employed by Job (21:14) 104 3, 50 | 1/2~I answer that, The expression "simply" can be taken in 105 3, 51 | counselor," ~to use Mark's expression (Mk. 15:43), and by Nicodemus, 106 3, 51 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: On that expression of the Evangelist (Jn. 19: 107 3, 51 | the night itself: for the ~expression "early" can be taken as 108 3, 52 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: The expression "Abraham's bosom" may be 109 3, 52 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: By the expression "bars of hell" are understood 110 3, 52 | Reply OBJ 3: Our Lord's expression is not to be understood 111 3, 55 | and that this is Mark's expression - 'sitting on the right ~ 112 3, 57 | 1/2~I answer that, The expression "according to" can denote 113 3, 58 | says (De Symb. ii): "By the expression 'right ~hand,' understand 114 3, 58 | be understood under the expression "right hand." First of all, ~ 115 3, 58 | says (De Symb. ii): "By the expression 'right ~hand' understand 116 3, 58 | stated above (A[2]), by the expression "right hand" is ~understood 117 3, 58 | right hand; yet so that the ~expression "as" does not denote condition 118 3, 62 | that, to use the common expression, ~"they effect what they 119 3, 66 | God," to use Ambrose's ~expression (De Sacram. i): thus are 120 3, 73 | bread and wine. But the expression of ~likeness causes one 121 3, 74 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Cyprian's expression is to be taken in the same 122 3, 78 | 5) Of the truth of the expression?~(6) Of the comparison of 123 3, 78 | to ~the integrity of the expression.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[78] A[ 124 3, 78 | Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 1: The expression "This is the chalice of 125 3, 78 | body." ~Consequently this expression, "This is My body," is false.~ 126 3, 78 | accidents. Therefore this expression, "This is My body," cannot 127 3, 78 | previous to the change ~this expression, "This is My body," is false. 128 3, 78 | is false. Therefore the expression is ~to be judged as false 129 3, 78 | have ~said that in this expression, "This is My body," the 130 3, 78 | it, so the ~truth of this expression does not presuppose the 131 3, 78 | understand ~the aforesaid expression with reference to the last 132 3, 78 | OBJ 3: The meaning of this expression is, in the order of nature, ~ 133 3, 78 | suffices for the truth of the ~expression.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[78] A[ 134 3, 78 | the signification of the expression used; ~otherwise, if the 135 3, 83 | the meaning, nor does the expression signify, especially ~since 136 Suppl, 34| or that, or some similar expression.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[34] A[ 137 Suppl, 42| St. Thomas uses the same ~expression; and Editor's notes at the 138 Suppl, 45| different ~languages. Therefore expression of the consent by words 139 Suppl, 45| of ~marriage without the expression of words if the maid is 140 Suppl, 45| bridegroom. Therefore ~the expression of words is not essential 141 Suppl, 45| every contract there must be expression of the words by which men 142 Suppl, 45| expressed in words, so that the expression of words ~is to marriage 143 Suppl, 45| expressed in words. If then the ~expression of the words is not enough, 144 Suppl, 45| relation to ~baptism as the expression of words to this sacrament, 145 Suppl, 45| not be baptized; so, too, expression of words without ~inward 146 Suppl, 63| the due form, which is the expression of the inward consent by 147 Suppl, 86| judged. In this sense the expression is used of ~certain people 148 Suppl, 86| the ~wicked. Secondly, the expression "to judge" is used equivalently, 149 Suppl, 96| which is the Scriptural expression for eternity. Secondly,


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