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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 1 | because ~Sacred Scripture considers things precisely under the 2 1, 1 | philosophical sciences because it considers in each ~the same formal 3 1, 1 | wise in ~any one order who considers the highest principle in 4 1, 1 | 23). Therefore he who ~considers absolutely the highest cause 5 1, 12 | these elements; and ~it considers the form separately by itself. 6 1, 14 | things. Even the Philosopher ~considers it incongruous that anything 7 1, 22 | more perfect, the more it considers the ~particular things with 8 1, 25 | not to ~have been, if one considers the past thing itself, as, 9 1, 30 | Master (Sent. i, D, 24) considers that the numeral ~terms 10 1, 46 | noted that this argument considers only a ~particular case. 11 1, 50 | inasmuch as our intellect ~considers it as indeterminate, it 12 1, 50 | genus"; and ~inasmuch as it considers it determinately, it derives 13 1, 64 | objects, while the intellect considers universals. ~Now the angel' 14 1, 72 | is a foolish fellow, he considers unnecessary. Moreover, should 15 1, 75 | origin. Now the theologian considers the nature of man in relation 16 1, 77 | which the higher power ~considers of itself; while they differ 17 1, 77 | powers; as is ~clear if one considers the different kinds of causes. 18 1, 47 | noted that this argument considers only a ~particular case. 19 1, 51 | inasmuch as our intellect ~considers it as indeterminate, it 20 1, 51 | genus"; and ~inasmuch as it considers it determinately, it derives 21 1, 65 | objects, while the intellect considers universals. ~Now the angel' 22 1, 71 | is a foolish fellow, he considers unnecessary. Moreover, should 23 1, 74 | origin. Now the theologian considers the nature of man in relation 24 1, 76 | which the higher power ~considers of itself; while they differ 25 1, 76 | powers; as is ~clear if one considers the different kinds of causes. 26 1, 78 | being, which the intellect considers, and to which they are variously ~ 27 1, 78 | Consol. v, 4) that "sense considers ~man in one way, imagination 28 1, 84 | phantasms, inasmuch as it considers the natures of things in ~ 29 1, 85 | Reply OBJ 1: This argument considers that knowledge which is 30 1, 88 | Reply OBJ 4: This objection considers the corruption of knowledge 31 1, 107 | Reply OBJ 1: This objection considers principality on the part 32 1, 114 | act. But to anyone who ~considers the matter aright, it is 33 2, 5 | from his very nature, man considers truth in material things: ~ 34 2, 7 | that "no art or science considers accidental being, ~except 35 2, 7 | because the theologian ~considers human acts, inasmuch as 36 2, 7 | because the ~theologian considers human acts according as 37 2, 7 | because ~the theologian considers human acts under the aspect 38 2, 7 | orator and politician he considers acts ~according as they 39 2, 8 | Moreover, every practical art considers both the end and ~the means. 40 2, 8 | hand, the ship-building art considers the means as that which 41 2, 8 | which it ~effects; but it considers that which is the end, as 42 2, 12 | and so forth. Secondly, it considers the end, as its place of 43 2, 12 | regards the end. Thirdly, it considers the end as the ~term towards 44 2, 12 | conclusion absolutely, it considers each by a ~distinct act; 45 2, 17 | free-will man inquires, considers, judges, approves." Therefore 46 2, 17 | the ~things that reason considers, is either because they 47 2, 19 | estimation of God, Who ~considers principally the intention 48 2, 24 | Reply OBJ 1: This argument considers the passions in their natural ~ 49 2, 29 | Reply OBJ 3: This argument considers the universal under the 50 2, 35 | by sin, which the mind considers as contrary to ~the love 51 2, 35 | one and ~the same science considers contraries.~Aquin.: SMT 52 2, 41 | when, that is to say, a man considers some great evil the ~outcome 53 2, 46 | by reason ~of which he considers that which he hates to be 54 2, 50 | also the habit whereby one considers is properly in ~the intellect 55 2, 56 | other powers: for a man considers something actually, because 56 2, 56 | Reply OBJ 3: This objection considers virtue simply so called.~ 57 2, 57 | part of the soul which ~considers necessary things that cannot 58 2, 57 | these is "wisdom," which considers the highest causes, as stated 59 2, 57 | belongs to science, which considers the ~conclusions also: while 60 2, 60 | Objections. For the first considers ~operations as the effect 61 2, 62 | Divine things, since it considers the ~highest cause. Therefore 62 2, 62 | an intellectual virtue, considers Divine things so far as 63 2, 66 | virtues: because wisdom considers the ~Supreme Cause, which 64 2, 66 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Prudence considers the means of acquiring happiness, 65 2, 66 | acquiring happiness, but ~wisdom considers the very object of happiness, 66 2, 68 | excellence, which wisdom considers.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[68] A[ 67 2, 68 | Reply OBJ 3: This argument considers the gifts as to their matter. 68 2, 71 | Reply OBJ 5: The theologian considers sin chiefly as an offense 69 2, 72 | Reply OBJ 3: This objection considers the material diversity of 70 2, 73 | Reply OBJ 1: This argument considers the opposition which consists 71 2, 73 | Reply OBJ 1: This argument considers the extrinsic moving cause, 72 2, 73 | Reply OBJ 3: This argument considers the cause which renders 73 2, 74 | Reply OBJ 1: This argument considers the defect in the proper 74 2, 74 | Reply OBJ 3: This argument considers the delectation which has 75 2, 74 | inordinate pleasurable act, considers that it is ~contrary to 76 2, 79 | Reply OBJ 2: This argument considers hardheartedness in so far 77 2, 82 | Reply OBJ 3: This objection considers the habit which inclines 78 2, 84 | Reply OBJ 3: This objection considers capital sin as so called 79 2, 87 | Reply OBJ 2: This objection considers sin essentially as such: 80 2, 87 | Reply OBJ 2: This argument considers sin as turning away from 81 2, 88 | Reply OBJ 2: This argument considers those sins which are venial 82 2, 88 | Reply OBJ 3: This argument considers those sins which are venial 83 2, 89 | whenever the angelic intellect considers a conclusion, it ~must, 84 2, 91 | Reply OBJ 1: This argument considers the "fomes" in itself, as 85 2, 91 | Reply OBJ 2: This argument considers law in the light of a rule 86 2, 91 | Reply OBJ 3: This argument considers the "fomes" as to its proper ~ 87 2, 92 | good of his subjects, ~but considers only his own profit. Therefore 88 2, 94 | Reply OBJ 3: This argument considers acts in themselves. For 89 2, 110 | 3~But if anyone rightly considers the nature of virtue, this 90 2, 113 | the phantasms in which it considers ~the intelligible species, 91 2, 1 | medical art is health, for it ~considers nothing save in relation 92 2, 1 | Reply OBJ 1: This argument considers the object of faith on the 93 2, 2 | with assent even ~when he considers what he knows by science [* 94 2, 2 | thinking, as when a man considers the things that he knows ~ 95 2, 4 | Reply OBJ 3: This objection considers numerical diversity of faith.~ 96 2, 8 | This is clear to anyone who considers the difference between ~ 97 2, 9 | thing, the truth of which he considers: it is ~thus that sorrow 98 2, 10 | Reply OBJ 2: This argument considers the various species of unbelief ~ 99 2, 11 | good is that which charity considers secondarily, viz. ~temporal 100 2, 13 | Reply OBJ 2: This argument considers the question on the part 101 2, 13 | Reply OBJ 2: This argument considers the sin which is committed 102 2, 14 | Reply OBJ 2: This argument considers the second kind of blindness 103 2, 18 | Reply OBJ 1: This objection considers the object of fear as being 104 2, 19 | by a certain passion he considers ~chiefly the things which 105 2, 22 | due, whereas friendship considers the aspect of a friendly 106 2, 24 | Reply OBJ 3: This argument considers friendship as referred to 107 2, 25 | Reply OBJ 3: This argument considers the quantity of love on 108 2, 25 | Reply OBJ 2: This argument considers the order of charity in 109 2, 26 | for loving, while the last considers the question on the part 110 2, 29 | aspect of debt, while pity considers the relieving of distress 111 2, 30 | Reply OBJ 1: This argument considers corporal almsdeeds as to 112 2, 30 | Reply OBJ 1: This argument considers abundance of alms as exceeding 113 2, 30 | OBJ 2: The passage quoted considers abundance of alms on the 114 2, 34 | Reply OBJ 2: This argument considers sorrow for another's good 115 2, 42 | may be seen by anyone who considers the matter carefully.~Aquin.: 116 2, 43 | FS, Q[74], A[7]]; ~it considers them, in so far as it contemplates 117 2, 43 | Reply OBJ 2: This argument considers, not the wisdom of which 118 2, 45 | Reply OBJ 2: The prudent man considers things afar off, in so far 119 2, 45 | those things which prudence ~considers stand in relation to this 120 2, 45 | Q[45], AA[1],3), wisdom considers the ~absolutely highest 121 2, 49 | speculative matters wisdom considers higher ~principles than 122 2, 49 | act is judicial. Command considers in all matters the one aspect 123 2, 51 | Reply OBJ 1: This argument considers generality by participation.~ 124 2, 59 | Because distributive justice considers the equality, not between ~ 125 2, 60 | aspect of justice, which considers that thing as belonging 126 2, 61 | dignity. ~Accordingly, if one considers that personal property by 127 2, 64 | Reply OBJ 3: This argument considers the dominion over external 128 2, 64 | Reply OBJ 1: This decretal considers cases where there is no 129 2, 74 | Reply OBJ 3: This argument considers cursing by way of command.~ 130 2, 80 | affections, especially when one considers ~something that gives joy 131 2, 86 | transeunt. ad ~Relig.] which considers the majority of cases. But 132 2, 88 | Reply OBJ 2: This argument considers the adjuration which imposes 133 2, 88 | Reply OBJ 3: This argument considers the adjuration whereby the 134 2, 91 | Reply OBJ 3: This argument considers excess by way of absolute 135 2, 92 | Reply OBJ 3: This argument considers the consummative cause of 136 2, 102 | precept, which obedience considers, occurs in acts of all virtues, 137 2, 104 | both ~his and ours. He that considers himself only, and benefits 138 2, 104 | of ~justice. But justice considers equality between giving 139 2, 107 | legal ~debt, which justice considers, but rather the moral debt, 140 2, 115 | legal due that ~justice considers, it considers a certain 141 2, 115 | that ~justice considers, it considers a certain moral due. This 142 2, 122 | Reply OBJ 3: This argument considers martyrdom according to the 143 2, 123 | Reply OBJ 1: This argument considers fear as confined to the 144 2, 130 | oneself alone, as when one considers one's own good as being 145 2, 131 | Reply OBJ 1: This argument considers pusillanimity as proceeding 146 2, 131 | Reply OBJ 2: This argument considers pusillanimity from the point 147 2, 131 | Reply OBJ 3: This argument considers the point of view of cause. 148 2, 135 | deed which magnificence ~considers, yet from its very continuance 149 2, 139 | that the ~"temperate man considers the need" not only "of this 150 2, 141 | external action justice considers what is ~due to another. 151 2, 145 | such precepts the lawgiver considers what happens ~generally 152 2, 149 | Reply OBJ 3: This argument considers spiritual fornication ~metaphorically 153 2, 154 | Reply OBJ 3: This argument considers incontinence with regard 154 2, 156 | this sense that Jerome ~considers anger; for he speaks of 155 2, 156 | Reply OBJ 2: This argument considers the inordinate movement 156 2, 156 | grievous, inasmuch as it considers the aspect of ~justice, 157 2, 159 | OBJ 5: This argument also considers the degrees of humility 158 2, 161 | Reply OBJ 1: This argument considers the likeness of nature: 159 2, 161 | Reply OBJ 3: This argument considers the likeness of equality.~ 160 2, 161 | Reply OBJ 1: This argument considers the gravity of sin as resulting ~ 161 2, 161 | Reply OBJ 2: This argument considers the circumstance of personal ~ 162 2, 179 | Hence this argument ~clearly considers the matter of the interior 163 2, 182 | OBJ 3: Again this argument considers the interior state. ~Nevertheless, 164 2, 187 | man is subject to ~another considers what happens in the majority 165 2, 187 | it. And since the Church considers what happens in ~the majority 166 3, 18 | Christ, in so far as he ~considers that doubt is implied in 167 3, 18 | agree, ~inasmuch as reason considers something willed in its 168 3, 24 | Reply OBJ 1: This argument considers the aforesaid act of the ~ 169 3, 59 | Reply OBJ 1: This argument considers judgment as to the essential 170 3, 60 | Reply OBJ 2: This argument considers sacrament in the sense of 171 3, 62 | Reply OBJ 3: This argument considers that which causes grace 172 3, 80 | some reasonable cause, he considers he ought to refrain from ~ 173 3, 84 | Reply OBJ 1: This argument considers the proximate matter of 174 3, 85 | Reply OBJ 1: This argument considers penance as a passion.~Aquin.: 175 Suppl, 3 | Reply OBJ 2: This objection considers the sorrow which is in the 176 Suppl, 3 | reason: ~while the Third considers the sorrow of the sensitive 177 Suppl, 7 | may be seen by anyone who considers the ~matter.~Aquin.: SMT 178 Suppl, 7 | the Judgment, ~which fear considers; although penance, in its 179 Suppl, 12| contrary, No virtue but justice considers the notion of that ~which 180 Suppl, 20| Reply OBJ 3: This objection considers those cases in which superiors ~ 181 Suppl, 23| body: even as the art which considers the end ~commands in matters 182 Suppl, 35| Reply OBJ 2: This argument considers aptness by way of congruity.~ 183 Suppl, 47| Moreover, since the law considers not merely ~internal actions, 184 Suppl, 52| Reply OBJ 4: This argument considers corruptible things; and 185 Suppl, 54| consanguinity the Church ~considers chiefly the point of view 186 Suppl, 60| adultery. The civil law however considers it, as though ~it were lawful, 187 Suppl, 61| 1~Reply OBJ 1: Human law considers marriage merely as fulfilling 188 Suppl, 61| whereas the Divine law considers it as a sacrament, by reason ~ 189 Suppl, 76| Reply OBJ 1: This argument considers organic or heterogeneous 190 Suppl, 80| Metaph. ii, 2), where he ~considers it impossible for a mathematical 191 Suppl, 84| Augustine (De Civ. Dei xx) considers it unfitting that at the ~ 192 Suppl, 86| Reply OBJ 1: This objection considers the judgment of authority 193 Suppl, 88| Reply OBJ 2: This argument considers natural alteration which 194 Appen2, 1| Reply OBJ 3: This argument considers the point of special dispensation ~


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