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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 21 | deserts: since less would suffice for preserving the order 2 1, 27 | similitude. Nor will any likeness suffice; for a worm which is generated ~ 3 1, 35 | however, does not seem to suffice. Because as it is not by 4 1, 36 | distinct, this alone ~would suffice." Therefore the Holy Spirit 5 1, 43 | superfluous, since one would ~suffice for the creature's sanctification.~ 6 1, 45 | universal agent does ~not suffice, but a proper agent is required, 7 1, 56 | in the ~angels, this will suffice for one to know another.~ 8 1, 62 | knowledge and love of glory suffice for the beatified angels. 9 1, 71 | power of water does not suffice for the production of every 10 1, 43 | superfluous, since one would ~suffice for the creature's sanctification.~ 11 1, 46 | universal agent does ~not suffice, but a proper agent is required, 12 1, 57 | in the ~angels, this will suffice for one to know another.~ 13 1, 63 | knowledge and love of glory suffice for the beatified angels. 14 1, 71 | power of water does not suffice for the production of every 15 1, 77 | mere apprehension does not ~suffice. For a thing is desired 16 1, 77 | appetite of the powers would suffice.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[78] A[ 17 1, 77 | proper ~and exterior senses suffice for us to judge of sensible 18 1, 77 | like manner they seem to suffice ~for the perception of their 19 1, 77 | the sensitive soul as may suffice for the ~life of a perfect 20 1, 78 | passive intellect would ~not suffice but for the presence of 21 1, 78 | Further, agent and patient suffice for action. If, therefore, 22 1, 83 | by the sensible does not suffice, but something more noble 23 1, 83 | species are preserved does not suffice; we need further to make ~ 24 1, 86 | presence of the mind does not suffice, and there is ~further required 25 1, 92 | accident, this does ~not suffice for one thing to be the 26 1, 96 | assimilated food does not suffice for growth, but only ~replaces 27 1, 96 | in old age, it does not suffice even ~for this purpose; 28 1, 109 | corporeal agents would not ~suffice. This, however, is not to 29 1, 113 | flesh and the world would suffice for ~the exercise of human 30 1, 113 | weakness: but it does not suffice for the demon's ~malice, 31 1, 114 | lit. v, 4) which seem to suffice for the ~production of things. 32 1, 114 | anything, an agent and matter ~suffice. But in things here below 33 1, 114 | heavenly bodies would in no way suffice: for instance, that a man 34 1, 116 | the human soul does not suffice to work a change in exterior 35 1, 118 | since ~this matter does not suffice for the requisite quantity, 36 2, 2 | infinite: because they ~suffice for nature in a certain 37 2, 3 | aggregate of those goods that suffice ~for the most perfect operation 38 2, 56 | own proper nature does not suffice ~for the purpose.~Aquin.: 39 2, 58 | man to act well it would suffice that his reason be ~perfect. 40 2, 60 | of passions necessarily ~suffice for a diversity of moral 41 2, 60 | end: and so this does not suffice for ~the unity of moral 42 2, 62 | to his ~capacity, do not suffice to direct man to this same 43 2, 63 | the theological virtues suffice to direct us to ~supernatural 44 2, 65 | prudence. But this does not ~suffice to connect the moral virtues 45 2, 68 | motion of reason does not suffice, unless it ~receive in addition 46 2, 72 | determined to one act, do not suffice for the production of human 47 2, 72 | this twofold order would ~suffice. But since man is naturally 48 2, 74 | the will; nor does this suffice for them ~to be the subject 49 2, 93 | the law of the ~"fomes," suffice what we have said when treating 50 2, 95 | difficult to see how man could suffice for himself in the matter 51 2, 98 | punishment of sin, does not suffice for the ~perfection of the 52 2, 98 | But the Old Law did not suffice to save man, as stated ~ 53 2, 98 | Although the Old Law did not suffice to save man, yet ~another 54 2, 98 | his natural reason could suffice him for salvation: and ~ 55 2, 99 | But man's reason seems to suffice for ~the moral precepts. 56 2, 100 | But good ~works do not suffice for entrance into life, 57 2, 112 | motion. ~But it does not suffice for merit, since man is 58 2, 113 | such knowledge does not suffice for justification. But the 59 2, 114 | fervent, and would not suffice for the increase of charity. 60 2, 2 | natural ~knowledge does not suffice for its perfection, and 61 2, 2 | of natural reason do not suffice mankind for ~the knowledge 62 2, 22 | neither does well-wishing suffice for friendship, for a certain ~ 63 2, 31 | correction one man could not suffice, and because religious would 64 2, 37 | one punishment does not suffice to compel a man, another ~ 65 2, 42 | or two?~(3) Whether two suffice?~(4) Whether it is fittingly 66 2, 42 | two precepts of charity suffice?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[44] A[ 67 2, 42 | precepts of charity do not suffice. For ~precepts are given 68 2, 42 | precepts of charity do not suffice.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[44] A[ 69 2, 45 | them; but this does not suffice to prove that it is ~not 70 2, 45 | the same manner, does not suffice for this purpose, and so ~ 71 2, 68 | three witnesses does not ~suffice. ~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[70] A[ 72 2, 87 | human witness does ~not suffice to confirm such matters 73 2, 87 | Yet this answer does not suffice, because James adds, "nor 74 2, 101 | those who ~honor him; it may suffice for him to be more excellent 75 2, 107 | generically. Yet this does not suffice ~for it to be an act of 76 2, 154 | Mere knowledge does not suffice to cure the incontinent ~ 77 2, 181 | OBJ 2: Immobility does not suffice for the notion of state; 78 2, 182 | of ~perfection does not suffice to make the state of perfection, 79 2, 186 | is bound, if he cannot ~suffice by himself, to seek other 80 2, 186 | movables or immovables, as ~suffice for a livelihood, if we 81 2, 187 | alms," much more does it suffice to satisfy for all his sins ~ 82 3, 3 | the Incarnation would not suffice for the nature ~of mission.~ 83 3, 13 | this reason seems not to ~suffice, because even as we may 84 3, 17 | diversity of nature does not suffice for ~anything to be called " 85 3, 18 | subjects, this would not suffice for the ~nature of contrariety, 86 3, 27 | this effect, yet it did not suffice; ~for otherwise the result 87 3, 35 | miraculous begetting does not suffice for motherhood or sonship: 88 3, 46 | two agents where one will suffice. ~Therefore, since God could 89 3, 54 | For the present let it suffice to say ~that it was not 90 3, 55 | separate argument would not suffice of itself for ~showing perfectly 91 3, 59 | Mystery of His Incarnation suffice for the ~present.~ 92 3, 61 | thee." But it would not suffice if sacraments were ~necessary 93 3, 66 | one immersion does not suffice for the sacrament of Baptism, 94 3, 67 | concerned, any water will suffice, so, on the part of the ~ 95 3, 68 | Now dead faith does not ~suffice for salvation; nor is it 96 3, 70 | effects, for it did not suffice for ~the repression of the 97 3, 72 | large diocese, would not ~suffice to confirm all, if he were 98 3, 74 | a consequence it ~would suffice to throw one drop of water 99 3, 74 | ridiculous. Therefore it does not suffice for a small quantity to ~ 100 3, 74 | to a cask, it would not suffice for the ~signification of 101 3, 75 | shall be ~said later (A[5]), suffice for its signification; because 102 3, 77 | such refreshment does not suffice long for a man, whose body ~ 103 3, 83 | offered ~on the altar as shall suffice for the people; should any 104 3, 83 | which follow, it would not suffice, unless ~there was a consecrated 105 3, 84 | absolution it would not suffice to say: "May ~Almighty God 106 3, 84 | of the ~minister do not suffice, unless he perform some 107 3, 85 | done (since charity would suffice ~for that), but also because 108 3, 87 | sins; although it ~does not suffice to have habitual displeasure, 109 3, 87 | little. Therefore they do not suffice for the ~full remission 110 Suppl, 2 | all mortal sins does not suffice.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[2] A[6] 111 Suppl, 5 | may be so intense as to suffice ~for the remission of both 112 Suppl, 5 | slight contrition does not suffice to blot out ~great sins. 113 Suppl, 5 | bodily infirmity, does not suffice to heal a greater. ~Therefore 114 Suppl, 5 | least contrition does not suffice to blot out very great ~ 115 Suppl, 5 | be so slight as not to ~suffice for real contrition, e.g. 116 Suppl, 5 | can be ~so slack as not to suffice for real charity. The other 117 Suppl, 5 | slight it be, provided it ~suffice for true contrition, blots 118 Suppl, 5 | for a lesser, this would suffice for ~the remission of the 119 Suppl, 6 | Satisfaction would not suffice for the expiation of sin' 120 Suppl, 6 | satisfaction, but it does suffice as being a part of the sacrament ~ 121 Suppl, 9 | element, so neither does ~it suffice, in Penance, to manifest 122 Suppl, 10| general confession does not suffice to blot ~out forgotten mortal 123 Suppl, 13| all ~that he has, does not suffice to pay what he owes for 124 Suppl, 13| for justice, so does it suffice for satisfaction.~Aquin.: 125 Suppl, 13| otherwise, satisfaction would suffice ~in the way explained above.~ 126 Suppl, 13| the punishment ~does not suffice for the sins of both, although 127 Suppl, 43| agreeableness does not suffice for contracting a betrothal.~ 128 Suppl, 45| the sacrament, ~does not suffice for producing the proximate 129 Suppl, 49| aforesaid ~goods do not suffice to excuse marriage intercourse.~ 130 Suppl, 49| due circumstance does not suffice to make a good act, ~and 131 Suppl, 53| Hence the argument ~does not suffice to prove the conclusion.~ 132 Suppl, 57| of a human law would not suffice to make an ~impediment to 133 Suppl, 65| since one husband cannot suffice to satisfy the requisitions 134 Suppl, 70| again, this does not seem to suffice, since every instrument, 135 Suppl, 71| were offered they would suffice for the remission of his 136 Suppl, 72| Therefore that fire will not suffice for their ~cleansing.~Aquin.: 137 Suppl, 72| Abraham's soul does not suffice to make Abraham a living 138 Suppl, 72| soul, it is not such as to suffice for the conditions of ~natural 139 Suppl, 79| one power does not alone suffice for such an intense ~operation, 140 Suppl, 81| because their ~happiness will suffice them for all such things. 141 Suppl, 83| body is composed do not ~suffice to cause corruption, even 142 Suppl, 86| this apparently does not suffice for the fulfilment of ~our 143 Suppl, 86| reply that poverty does ~not suffice alone to merit judicial 144 Suppl, 87| of the Creation would not suffice us to obtain the reward 145 Suppl, 89| Consequently neither does this way suffice for the ~Divine vision that 146 Suppl, 89| does the vision of Him ~suffice the intellect: "Lord, show 147 Appen1, 2| after this life. Nor does it suffice for them to say, ~that this 148 Appen1, 2| committed, although it would ~suffice in order to avoid it in


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