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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 21 | one nor the other can be lacking in any work of ~God: because 2 1, 90 | defense, in which man is lacking. Therefore the human ~body 3 1, 93 | such as clarity, ~were lacking in the bodily members of 4 1, 95 | and would not have been lacking in the state of ~innocence, " 5 1, 98 | nature ~would have been lacking in the state of innocence. 6 2, 5 | Therefore this ~is not lacking to human nature. Therefore 7 2, 10 | alone which is perfect and lacking in nothing, is such a good 8 2, 10 | goods, in so far as they are lacking in some good, can be ~regarded 9 2, 10 | on the other hand, it is lacking in any respect, it will 10 2, 13 | reason as an evil, or as ~lacking in any way. Consequently 11 2, 18 | respect, and yet they are lacking in the fulness of being 12 2, 18 | wherefore if any man be lacking in any of these, he is lacking 13 2, 18 | lacking in any of these, he is lacking in ~something due to the 14 2, 18 | goodness: while so far as he is lacking in ~goodness, and is said 15 2, 18 | essence of good, if a thing be lacking in its due fulness of being, ~ 16 2, 18 | has being; ~whereas it is lacking in goodness, in so far as 17 2, 18 | goodness, in so far as it is lacking in ~something that is due 18 2, 18 | way ~mentioned above, from lacking goodness in another way. 19 2, 21 | for a certain end, and ~lacking due order to that end. Now 20 2, 34 | virtuous man shuns, and the man lacking ~in virtue seeks, seems 21 2, 63 | knowledge of the truth is lacking, virtue is a ~mockery even 22 2, 65 | virtue, if prudence ~be lacking.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[65] A[ 23 2, 65 | That ~which is scarcely lacking is not lacking at all."~ 24 2, 65 | scarcely lacking is not lacking at all."~Aquin.: SMT FS 25 2, 68 | strength of ~fortitude is lacking thereto . . . and fortitude 26 2, 71 | Arb. iii): ~"Whatever is lacking for a thing's natural perfection 27 2, 71 | human ~act is evil through lacking conformity with its due 28 2, 75 | be in a thing, is never lacking except on ~account of some 29 2, 75 | Accordingly then, the will lacking the direction ~of the rule 30 2, 75 | first ~sin, but some good lacking some other good.~Aquin.: 31 2, 75 | apparent good as motive, yet lacking the due motive, viz. the 32 2, 75 | act, and the reason, as lacking the ~due rule, and the appetite, 33 2, 77 | particular knowledge be lacking. ~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[77] A[ 34 2, 101 | account of their being lacking in truth, so does it fail 35 2, 102 | like manner certain ~fish lacking fins and scales were prohibited 36 2, 102 | to the Tenth Objection is lacking in the ~codices. The solution 37 2, 103 | nothing is ~believed in as lacking, nothing hoped for as being 38 2, 107 | perfect fulfils that ~which is lacking in the imperfect. And accordingly 39 2, 107 | supplying that which was lacking in the Old Law. ~Aquin.: 40 2, 1 | science. For where science is lacking there is ignorance, since ~ 41 2, 5 | this mean is altogether ~lacking in faith.~Aquin.: SMT SS 42 2, 6 | said to be deformed through lacking ~its due form, so too is 43 2, 19 | obtaining happiness may be lacking ~in a person in two ways: 44 2, 22 | Reply OBJ 1: The act of one lacking charity may be of two kinds; 45 2, 22 | however, another act of one lacking charity, not in accordance ~ 46 2, 22 | indemonstrable principle be lacking, so, ~there can be no strictly 47 2, 45 | voluntarily, since this is to be lacking in the chief act of prudence, ~ 48 2, 58 | If any one of these be lacking, the ~judgment will be faulty 49 2, 60 | his due receive what is lacking ~to him: and for this to 50 2, 67 | rectitude ~where true faith is lacking, it is unlawful for a Catholic 51 2, 75 | among whom there are many lacking virtue, and it is not given 52 2, 75 | is rendered defective by lacking a ~fitting quality. But 53 2, 75 | knowledge is required that is lacking in most buyers. Therefore 54 2, 76 | one's money to a usurer lacking ~other means of practising 55 2, 77 | opportunity, and if this be lacking, there is no ~omission. 56 2, 81 | the ~original intention is lacking, prayer lacks both merit 57 2, 86 | of reason. But this ~is lacking in children just as in imbeciles 58 2, 86 | most instances they are lacking in reason, and besides are 59 2, 87 | And this ~witness will be lacking to none who swears, neither 60 2, 87 | in his power, his oath is lacking ~in judgment of discretion: 61 2, 87 | good, ~then his oath is lacking in justice: wherefore an 62 2, 96 | whichever of these three be ~lacking, there is perjury," but 63 2, 96 | perjury when justice is lacking, for in ~whatever way a 64 2, 96 | perjury when judgment is lacking, since ~by the very fact 65 2, 108 | though the form's effect be lacking; for instance a ~heavy body 66 2, 111 | or signs, pretends to be lacking in external things, for 67 2, 116 | riches, without another man ~lacking them, for temporal goods 68 2, 117 | exceeding in giving he is ~lacking in goods of his own, so 69 2, 121 | Offic. i): "Fortitude is not lacking in ~courage, for alone she 70 2, 123 | should fear lest they be lacking in the ~service they owe 71 2, 127 | action, not ~that he is lacking in doing what becomes him, 72 2, 133 | called {apyrokalia}, i.e. lacking good fire, since like fire 73 2, 135 | by such things, ~through lacking the perfect virtue that 74 2, 139 | prudence, while this is lacking to all who are in ~sin. 75 2, 142 | Accordingly shame may be lacking in a person in two ways. 76 2, 145 | where the reference is ~lacking] commenting on Mt. 17:20, " 77 2, 148 | offered. But if ignorance be lacking neither is ~excused from 78 2, 155 | savage ~or brutal, as though lacking the human feeling that leads 79 2, 155 | done ~to him, than to be lacking in that desire, since "scarcely 80 2, 156 | sensitive appetite cannot be lacking altogether, unless the movement 81 2, 156 | the will be altogether lacking or weak. Consequently lack 82 2, 156 | the judgment of reason is lacking.~ 83 2, 166 | movement, nevertheless what is ~lacking to nature can be supplied 84 2, 166 | without mirth, not only is lacking in playful speech, but is 85 2, 167 | seem not to be sinful to be lacking in this, for it is said 86 2, 167 | clothes, so that nothing be lacking ~to honesty and necessity, 87 2, 169 | the spirit of prophecy is ~lacking to the prophet, nor is it 88 2, 169 | not follow that nothing is lacking to prophetic ~revelation, 89 2, 171 | effected ~by images of things lacking a bodily form through the 90 2, 172 | prophets were scarcely ever lacking to the ~people of Israel 91 2, 172 | times there have not been lacking persons having ~the spirit 92 2, 173 | this will surely not be lacking after reunion ~with the 93 2, 182 | perfection, who are wholly ~lacking in charity and grace, for 94 2, 183 | consequently he would seem to be lacking ~in good faith, and is guilty 95 2, 184 | others, and such persons are lacking in ~discernment. Now the 96 2, 185 | necessity and ~profit be lacking, the weak might possibly 97 2, 186 | solitude ~of the heart be lacking?" Hence a social life is 98 3, 7 | His Son [*'To His Son' is lacking in the Vulgate], namely 99 3, 10 | number not only of things lacking ~generation and corruption, 100 3, 28 | nuptial intercourse alone was lacking: because in sinful ~flesh 101 3, 28 | the ~seed of the male was lacking in Christ's conception, 102 3, 28 | follow ~that due matter was lacking.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[28] A[ 103 3, 46 | possible means were not lacking ~on God's part, to whose 104 3, 60 | when this happens to be lacking.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[60] A[ 105 3, 66 | consequently whatever is ~lacking to the full invocation of 106 3, 66 | Christ supply for what was lacking in Baptism, but even ~faith 107 3, 69 | baptized, not through their lacking the habits of the virtues, 108 3, 72 | like visible signs were lacking. For Dionysius says ~(Eccl. 109 3, 74 | consecrated when the other is lacking, because it would not be 110 3, 80 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Those lacking the use of reason can have 111 3, 80 | because many ~persons are lacking in this devotion, on account 112 Suppl, 9 | Whether confession can be lacking in form?~(2) Whether confession 113 Suppl, 9 | Whether confession can be lacking in form?~Aquin.: SMT XP 114 Suppl, 9 | that confession cannot be lacking in form. For it ~is written ( 115 Suppl, 15| consciousness of sin, "be lacking, the punishment satisfies." 116 Suppl, 16| matter of this virtue ~was lacking in His respect both actually 117 Suppl, 19| provided matter be not lacking as it ~is in the case in 118 Suppl, 29| unless there ~be something lacking on the part of the recipient. 119 Suppl, 34| this beauty might not be lacking to the Church, He established 120 Suppl, 35| but he receives what was lacking, according to the canonical ~ 121 Suppl, 35| reordained, but receive what was lacking to them of the preceding 122 Suppl, 38| that the sacraments are lacking in efficacy, but on account 123 Suppl, 39| and if ~such things be lacking, one can receive neither 124 Suppl, 43| and ~consequently what is lacking in one can be supplied by 125 Suppl, 43| ii, 56), ~"when little is lacking it seems as though nothing 126 Suppl, 43| seems as though nothing were lacking." Some ~fix the margin at 127 Suppl, 45| 2: If mental consent is lacking in one of the parties, on ~ 128 Suppl, 46| future, if inward consent is lacking, since ~words, even though 129 Suppl, 50| a good. Now good may ~be lacking in an infinite number of 130 Suppl, 51| intellect; and ~if the first be lacking, the second must needs be 131 Suppl, 51| the second must needs be lacking also. Hence, ~when error 132 Suppl, 55| actually promises marriage be lacking in age, or be under a solemn ~ 133 Suppl, 57| relative, but as a stranger lacking ~the right of succeeding 134 Suppl, 62| destroyed if justice were lacking.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[62] A[ 135 Suppl, 65| as his mate: and this was lacking in those who were known 136 Suppl, 66| essential to ~a sacrament is lacking in one who is irregular. 137 Suppl, 70| entire if one of its parts be lacking. ~Now the soul's powers 138 Suppl, 71| is effected when what is ~lacking to one is supplied by another.~ 139 Suppl, 72| Hence since no rectitude is lacking to the saints, they wish 140 Suppl, 77| when something will ~be lacking to the other parts, for 141 Suppl, 78| supply what was excessive ~or lacking in man.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 142 Suppl, 81| 1: That which is little lacking is as it were not lacking 143 Suppl, 81| lacking is as it were not lacking at ~all (Phys. ii, 5); wherefore 144 Suppl, 86| foundation of faith is lacking, without which all subsequent 145 Suppl, 92| bridegroom and bride, and this is lacking in the union of ~the human 146 Suppl, 95| can pertain to sorrow be lacking, so that their ~unhappiness


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