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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 1 | science. But in Holy Writ we reach ~conclusions not only concerning 2 1, 9 | according as its ~rays reach the house, so God is said 3 1, 10 | compound things, so must we reach to the knowledge of eternity 4 1, 12 | rational creature could not reach so ~far as to the first 5 1, 12 | no created intellect can reach up to see the essence of 6 1, 12 | Reply OBJ 1: Reason cannot reach up to simple form, so as 7 1, 12 | which natural reason cannot reach, ~as, for instance, that 8 1, 22 | human providence does ~not reach to that which takes place 9 1, 23 | since they more immediately reach the ultimate end. Whence 10 1, 32 | i), "Let no man think to reach ~the sacred mystery of generation 11 1, 52 | unable to go beyond the reach of their imaginations supposed 12 1, 53 | and because a ray does not reach sooner what is near than ~ 13 1, 62 | stages of merit in order to reach ~beatitude.~Aquin.: SMT 14 1, 68 | the ~waters below do not reach up to the firmament. Therefore 15 1, 53 | unable to go beyond the reach of their imaginations supposed 16 1, 54 | and because a ray does not reach sooner what is near than ~ 17 1, 63 | stages of merit in order to reach ~beatitude.~Aquin.: SMT 18 1, 69 | the ~waters below do not reach up to the firmament. Therefore 19 1, 83 | whatever the bodily senses reach, ~is continually being changed; 20 1, 87 | one, ~or very few, could reach to perfect felicity; which 21 1, 104 | power of no creature can reach up to Him. ~Thus did Dionysius 22 1, 107 | goodness; to which end they can reach only by grace; and ~hence 23 1, 111 | particular agent, does not reach to the whole universe, but 24 1, 111 | in such a way as not to reach another; and so he is "here" ~ 25 1, 112 | instructor, Whose precepts reach man by the medium ~of the 26 1, 114 | of ~heavenly bodies can reach the intellect and will, 27 1, 116 | more subtle spirits can ~reach. And the eyes infect the 28 1, 117 | as intellectual, cannot reach the semen. Hence the Philosopher ~ 29 2, 2 | natural desire does not reach out to a good surpassing ~ 30 2, 3 | to wit, God, to Whom we reach out by an operation of the 31 2, 3 | 3: The lower nature may reach the higher in two ways. 32 2, 3 | human intellect does not ~reach to this, but consists in 33 2, 3 | intellect cannot be said to reach that cause simply, although 34 2, 3 | intellect does not yet reach simply the First Cause, 35 2, 3 | the intellect needs ~to reach the very Essence of the 36 2, 4 | xxxciii De ~Verb. Dom.]): "To reach God with the mind is happiness, 37 2, 5 | to the highest power to reach the last end, ~while the 38 2, 8 | the middle and does not reach the terminus; so ~sometimes 39 2, 14 | which he cannot possibly ~reach" (De Coelo i, 7). But it 40 2, 31 | sensitive appetite cannot reach to God; only the intellectual ~ 41 2, 55 | point to which a power can reach, is said to ~be its virtue; 42 2, 57 | principles. But inquiry does not reach to the proper principles: 43 2, 66 | require that man should reach the mean of right reason 44 2, 66 | pertains, is beyond the reach of man, ~especially in this 45 2, 71 | of ~reason: because more reach the beginning of a business 46 2, 99 | forth to which reason cannot reach, such as the ~Trinity of 47 2, 100 | with regard to himself, reach ~the people through the 48 2, 109 | is ~within his power to reach everlasting life.~Aquin.: 49 2, 109 | lower natures can nowise reach; even as a man who can ~ 50 2, 111 | persevere in good; the fifth, to reach glory. And hence ~grace, 51 2, 111 | must believe in ~order to reach everlasting life, and another 52 2, 113 | are required in order to reach the term, as stated ~above ( 53 2, 114 | of us is moved by God to reach life everlasting ~through 54 2, 114 | hence condign merit does not reach beyond this ~motion. But 55 2, 114 | grace, not only so as ~to reach the glory of life everlasting, 56 2, 114 | which with God's help they reach their purpose. And thus 57 2, 114 | are not thereby helped to reach life everlasting. But to ~ 58 2, 2 | unfolding of faith must needs reach ~men of lower degree through 59 2, 4 | natural knowledge cannot reach God ~as the object of heavenly 60 2, 8 | power; wherefore it can reach to ~a certain fixed point. 61 2, 8 | 3]~, A[8]), man needs to reach to certain higher truths, 62 2, 15 | precepts of the Law have to reach through the ~learned.~Aquin.: 63 2, 23 | nor can ~the concupiscible reach to the Divine good which 64 2, 23 | may increase it does not reach the quantity of a ~superficies. 65 2, 24 | which the body does not reach ~directly, but only by a 66 2, 25 | better than another, and so reach a higher degree of ~happiness.~ 67 2, 27 | attains to happiness he will reach the term ~appointed to him 68 2, 31 | it has already begun to reach the ears of several by various ~ 69 2, 33 | venial sin, whereas if it ~reach to the consent of reason, 70 2, 33 | holy men, ~but they do not reach to the consent of reason.~ 71 2, 45 | nothing but what is within reach and offers itself to ~the 72 2, 68 | probability suffices, such as may reach ~the truth in the greater 73 2, 79 | God is worshiped do not reach ~out to God himself, as 74 2, 79 | as when we believe God we reach out to Him by ~believing; 75 2, 82 | OBJ 3: Though we cannot reach God with the senses, our 76 2, 98 | with merit: nor does it reach to the ~perfect signification 77 2, 153 | to be ~greater than if it reach only to the will, as in 78 2, 159 | pride, whither will it not reach if you couple it ~with justice? 79 2, 161 | reliance on God's mercy did not reach to contempt ~of God's justice, 80 2, 178 | the contemplative life can reach to ~the vision of the Divine 81 2, 178 | contemplative ~life can reach to the vision of the Divine 82 2, 178 | and through longing to reach what is above them, they ~ 83 2, 178 | point of contemplation is to reach the uniformity of Divine ~ 84 2, 182 | greater grace, so as to reach the perfect degree, one 85 2, 182 | states, a man does not reach the state of perfection 86 2, 184 | perfection, which men strive to reach by various ~practices, just 87 2, 186 | that they do not ~quite reach to the perfection of Christian 88 2, 187 | thus he who desires to reach to a higher state need not 89 2, 187 | greatest zeal and care to ~reach the perfection of the work 90 3, 7 | and in order that he may reach ~eternal life, according 91 3, 7 | to such an extent as to ~reach to an equality with Christ' 92 3, 8 | sense of grace does not reach to the body ~first and principally, 93 3, 9 | soul, inasmuch as it cannot reach it of its ~own strength; 94 3, 18 | sensitive appetite would reach the ~rational will.~Aquin.: 95 3, 19 | does the merit of Christ ~reach others.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 96 3, 42 | that His doctrine might reach all in an orderly manner: 97 3, 44 | caused the sun's rays not to reach ~the earth. On the other 98 3, 46 | grief and its cause can reach it in ~the way mentioned 99 3, 61 | given to a man so as to reach the part affected by ~disease. 100 3, 61 | sensible signs in order to reach spiritual things: and this 101 3, 68 | is useless which does not reach the end to ~which it is 102 3, 75 | to which sense does not reach.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[75] A[ 103 3, 77 | permeate throughout, but to reach only a part of the species, 104 3, 86 | assistance, but does not reach to the ~pardon of the sin.~ 105 Suppl, 8 | hallowing of the Church reach him. In Baptism the ~hallowing 106 Suppl, 19| that priesthood did not reach ~to heavenly things but 107 Suppl, 21| another in so far as they can ~reach to him. Now the action of 108 Suppl, 21| the action of one man may reach to another in two ways. ~ 109 Suppl, 25| merits are applied, may reach to this particular individual. 110 Suppl, 25| profit of the Church, may reach to some individual through 111 Suppl, 29| which, though it does ~not reach to that effect, is nevertheless 112 Suppl, 35| of a kind. Now no one can reach a ~further degree, unless 113 Suppl, 35| that it be necessary to reach the last through the first; ~ 114 Suppl, 41| and development until ~it reach the perfect state of man 115 Suppl, 42| OBJ 3: A thing does not reach its end except by its own 116 Suppl, 43| betrothal. But he begins to ~reach the second stage at the 117 Suppl, 43| school. But man begins to reach the ~third stage at the 118 Suppl, 43| another person before they ~reach the age of puberty, either 119 Suppl, 43| arranged do not demur when they reach the proper age, whence they 120 Suppl, 54| fixed by the Church so as to reach to ~the fourth degree. For 121 Suppl, 56| spiritual relationship ~will not reach her, because she is not 122 Suppl, 58| majority of cases, if anyone ~reach the required perfection 123 Suppl, 69| or demerit whereby they reach their reward or ~punishment, 124 Suppl, 70| power that its action can reach to such a ~distance. Therefore 125 Suppl, 71| effect of his satisfaction reach the other, ~is the thing 126 Suppl, 71| light, in so far as ~they reach the dead, who thereby receive 127 Suppl, 72| just as the Divine favors reach us by means of the saints ~ 128 Suppl, 72| waters of the deluge did ~not reach to the sphere of fire. Therefore 129 Suppl, 72| sphere of fire so as to reach its summit; and so the ~ 130 Suppl, 72| the ~stain of sin did not reach the aforesaid space. Nor 131 Suppl, 72| follows that the soul cannot reach the height of its ~perfection 132 Suppl, 77| do, ~although they do not reach its entire perfection, as 133 Suppl, 77| which come secondly do not reach the perfection of ~the species 134 Suppl, 88| cleansing fire will ~not reach the heavenly bodies. Therefore 135 Suppl, 89| knowledge is imperfect unless it reach to the ~properties of a 136 Suppl, 93| suffer martyrdom does not reach ~the degree of merit due 137 Suppl, 93| an aureole is due do not reach the term ~of their perfection 138 Suppl, 96| result is that it does ~not reach to certain people who render 139 Appen1, 1| why, although they do ~not reach the glory of heaven, they


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