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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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express

    Part, Question
1 1, 12 | divinely formed, so as to express divine things better ~than 2 1, 12 | are ~divinely formed to express some divine meaning; as 3 1, 13 | kinds ~of names fail to express His mode of being, forasmuch 4 1, 13 | so we can understand and express simple eternity only by ~ 5 1, 13 | His substance, but rather ~express the distance of the creature 6 1, 13 | brought into use more to express some remotion ~from God, 7 1, 13 | from God, rather than to express anything that exists positively 8 1, 13 | proved ~thus. For these names express God, so far as our intellects 9 1, 13 | Some names there are which ~express evidently the property of 10 1, 13 | divinity, and some which express ~the clear truth of the 11 1, 13 | sense. Other names, however, express these perfections absolutely, ~ 12 1, 13 | are used to remove, or ~to express the relation of cause to 13 1, 16 | true in so far as they ~express the likeness of the species 14 1, 29 | necessary to find new words to ~express the ancient faith about 15 1, 29 | another, as do the words which express ~relation. ~Aquin.: SMT 16 1, 29 | afterwards it was applied to express relation, as it lent itself 17 1, 30 | follow that these terms express this signification alone. 18 1, 31 | relation; for it does not express a name ~that refers to another. 19 1, 31 | word in itself does not express regard to another.~Aquin.: 20 1, 32 | stated, by abstract names, to express their ~simplicity; whereas, 21 1, 32 | simplicity; whereas, to express their subsistence and completeness, 22 1, 34 | vii, 11): "Word and Son express ~the same." For the Son' 23 1, 34 | attributed to the Son to express ~His perfection in various 24 1, 35 | and therefore in order to express the ~imperfect character 25 1, 36 | neither do those words of ~his express a denial thereof.~Aquin.: 26 1, 37 | apply more suitable names to express our various ~considerations 27 1, 37 | 27], A[4], ad 3), and yet express the origin rather than the ~ 28 1, 37 | other words are ~used to express the procession of the intellectual 29 1, 37 | dilection" and "love," which express the relation of the lover 30 1, 37 | other terms in use, which express the relation ~of the impression 31 1, 37 | poverty of our vocabulary, we ~express these relations by the words " 32 1, 37 | these words are used to express the relation to its principle, 33 1, 39 | because if we ~wish to express ourselves correctly, we 34 1, 39 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: To express unity of essence and of 35 1, 39 | property, inasmuch as He is the express ~Image of the Father. Hence 36 1, 39 | but as sometimes ~used to express that which proceeds from 37 1, 42 | but in eternity. And so to express the ~presentiality and permanence 38 1, 43 | observed in all the words ~that express the origin of the divine 39 1, 43 | divine persons. For some express only ~relation to the principle, 40 1, 43 | and "going forth." Others ~express the term of procession together 41 1, 43 | principle. Of these some express the eternal term, as "generation" 42 1, 43 | subsisting love. Others express the temporal term with the 43 1, 54 | mind" and ~"intellect" express the power of understanding. 44 1, 59 | appetite, but in so far as they express a simple act of the ~will, 45 1, 68 | water and earth, makes no ~express mention of air by name, 46 1, 68 | knowledge. In order, however, to express the truth ~to those capable 47 1, 74 | Scripture uses suitable words to express the work of the six days?~ 48 1, 74 | not use suitable words to ~express the works of the six days. 49 1, 74 | were to endure, since ~they express a certain satisfaction taken 50 1, 37 | apply more suitable names to express our various ~considerations 51 1, 37 | 27], A[4], ad 3), and yet express the origin rather than the ~ 52 1, 37 | other words are ~used to express the procession of the intellectual 53 1, 37 | dilection" and "love," which express the relation of the lover 54 1, 37 | other terms in use, which express the relation ~of the impression 55 1, 37 | poverty of our vocabulary, we ~express these relations by the words " 56 1, 37 | these words are used to express the relation to its principle, 57 1, 39 | because if we ~wish to express ourselves correctly, we 58 1, 39 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: To express unity of essence and of 59 1, 39 | property, inasmuch as He is the express ~Image of the Father. Hence 60 1, 39 | but as sometimes ~used to express that which proceeds from 61 1, 42 | but in eternity. And so to express the ~presentiality and permanence 62 1, 43 | observed in all the words ~that express the origin of the divine 63 1, 43 | divine persons. For some express only ~relation to the principle, 64 1, 43 | and "going forth." Others ~express the term of procession together 65 1, 43 | principle. Of these some express the eternal term, as "generation" 66 1, 43 | subsisting love. Others express the temporal term with the 67 1, 55 | mind" and ~"intellect" express the power of understanding. 68 1, 60 | appetite, but in so far as they express a simple act of the ~will, 69 1, 69 | water and earth, makes no ~express mention of air by name, 70 1, 69 | knowledge. In order, however, to express the truth ~to those capable 71 1, 73 | Scripture uses suitable words to express the work of the six days?~ 72 1, 73 | not use suitable words to ~express the works of the six days. 73 1, 73 | were to endure, since ~they express a certain satisfaction taken 74 1, 84 | which is colored; or if we ~express in word what we thus understand, 75 1, 84 | things ~understood, for we express by word what we understand. 76 1, 92 | uses the word "image" to express the likeness ~which the 77 2, 4 | as Scripture is wont to ~express spiritual things under the 78 2, 26 | 2/2~Moreover these three express act in different ways. For 79 2, 33 | the contrary, In order to express joy, it is written (Is. 80 2, 35 | 7) that "pain is used to express bodily suffering." But ~ 81 2, 69 | apostles. For no words can express that complete change ~into 82 2, 77 | Peri Herm. i), "words ~express the thoughts of the mind." 83 2, 96 | not able sufficiently to express in words ~all those things 84 2, 101 | duty of every teacher to express himself in such a way as ~ 85 2, 102 | types, it was necessary to express them more ~manifestly than 86 2, 103 | future ~tense: whereas we express the same by means of verbs 87 2, 1 | necessary as ~time went on to express the faith more explicitly 88 2, 2 | think with assent," does not express completely what is ~meant 89 2, 16 | Hence it was necessary to express it in a circumlocution by ~ 90 2, 30 | abbot's permission either express or presumed for some ~probable 91 2, 30 | to give alms without the express or ~presumed consent of 92 2, 31 | were to issue a command in express opposition to this order ~ 93 2, 39 | quoted from Isidore, which express the ~inordinate nature of 94 2, 42 | because all these words express the ~same affinity.~Aquin.: 95 2, 60 | man to take, ~either by express command, counsel, or consent, 96 2, 76 | take money, by tacit or express ~agreement, in return for 97 2, 76 | a like sin, by tacit or express agreement to ~receive anything 98 2, 81 | in view, no matter how we express them or think of them.~Aquin.: 99 2, 83 | It is natural to man to express his ideas by signs, but 100 2, 86 | beholdeth the heart." Yet we express ~words outwardly sometimes, 101 2, 87 | as swearing, in order to ~express the immutability of His 102 2, 93 | into a compact, tacit or express with the ~demons.~Aquin.: 103 2, 93 | which is practiced without express invocation of the ~demons 104 2, 93 | divination, which is without express ~invocation of the demons, 105 2, 94 | able by speaking to men to express in words certain teachings ~ 106 2, 94 | compacts either ~tacit or express.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[96] A[ 107 2, 98 | seem that simony is not "an express will to buy or sell ~something 108 2, 98 | furthermore described as "express," in order to signify that 109 2, 102 | object is a command tacit or express, because the superior's ~ 110 2, 102 | obeying he forestalls ~the express command as soon as he understands 111 2, 105 | received, the second to express one's appreciation and thanks, 112 2, 105 | the favor received, or to express his appreciation ~of it 113 2, 150 | multiply, ~and fill the earth," express a precept of the natural 114 2, 169 | which in words she could not express, discern ~betwixt Divine 115 2, 169 | ways: in ~one way by an express revelation, in another way 116 2, 169 | things which he knows by an express ~revelation, and he has 117 2, 173 | wholly to think over or express in words.~Aquin.: SMT SS 118 2, 179 | so far as he ~is able to express his interior concept in 119 3, 27 | prophesied of Christ in the most express ~terms. And the apostles 120 3, 51 | buried "in a garden" to express that by His ~death and burial 121 3, 57 | ascension. When ~taken to express the condition of the one 122 3, 60 | so that we ~are able to express our thoughts with greater 123 3, 68 | Baptism: and thus they ~express their intention of receiving 124 3, 68 | Wherefore, if then they express a desire for Baptism, they 125 3, 72 | however, included in order to express ~the intention. But this 126 3, 73 | and the Latin "Communio" ~express. Therefore, these names 127 3, 76 | under this sacrament, we express a kind of ~relationship 128 3, 83 | punishment; or else to express the "circuminsession" of 129 3, 84 | sacraments; wherefore they could express their own ~agency in the 130 Suppl, 7 | confession but a fiction. Now to express in words what one has ~in 131 Suppl, 10| for which a man ~does not express his shame, through failing 132 Suppl, 34| Order does not by its name express a material ~element, it 133 Suppl, 43| this is contrary to the express ~intention of Gregory, who 134 Suppl, 45| persons who are unable to ~express their mutual consent in 135 Suppl, 45| the contracting parties express their ~will to one another 136 Suppl, 68| positive law, but ~against the express natural law. Hence we must 137 Suppl, 72| in two ways. First, by ~"express" prayer, when by their prayers 138 Suppl, 86| judgment is sometimes used to express condemnation. It is thus


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