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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 37 | fire; and we say that a ~tree flowers with the flower, 2 1, 37 | although the flower is not the tree's form, ~but is the effect 3 1, 37 | therefore we say that a tree flowers by ~its flower, 4 1, 37 | say, for instance, that a tree flowers by its ~flowering 5 1, 37 | For we do not say that the tree produces the flower by the 6 1, 43 | according to origin, as a tree ~sends forth its flowers. 7 1, 49 | said (Mt. 7:18): "A good tree cannot bring forth evil 8 1, 49 | calls an ~evil will the evil tree, and a good will a good 9 1, 49 | and a good will a good tree." Now, a good will ~does 10 1, 37 | fire; and we say that a ~tree flowers with the flower, 11 1, 37 | although the flower is not the tree's form, ~but is the effect 12 1, 37 | therefore we say that a tree flowers by ~its flower, 13 1, 37 | say, for instance, that a tree flowers by its ~flowering 14 1, 37 | For we do not say that the tree produces the flower by the 15 1, 43 | according to origin, as a tree ~sends forth its flowers. 16 1, 50 | said (Mt. 7:18): "A good tree cannot bring forth evil 17 1, 50 | calls an ~evil will the evil tree, and a good will a good 18 1, 50 | and a good will a good tree." Now, a good will ~does 19 1, 96 | obtained immortality by the tree of life?~~Aquin.: SMT FP 20 1, 96 | written (Gn. 2:16): "Of every tree in paradise ye ~shall [Vulg. ' 21 1, 96 | time, ~to abstain from the tree of knowledge of good and 22 1, 96 | and to eat of ~every other tree of Paradise.~Aquin.: SMT 23 1, 96 | acquired immortality by ~the tree of life?~Aquin.: SMT FP 24 1, 96 | It would seem that the tree of life could not be the 25 1, 96 | exceed its cause. But the tree of life was corruptible, ~ 26 1, 96 | nourished. Therefore the tree of life could not ~give 27 1, 96 | natural. If therefore the tree of life caused immortality, ~ 28 1, 96 | his hand, and take of the tree of life, and eat, and live 29 1, 96 | Augustine]): "A ~taste of the tree of life warded off corruption 30 1, 96 | been allowed to eat of ~the tree of life."~Aquin.: SMT FP 31 1, 96 | 1/3~I answer that, The tree of life in a certain degree 32 1, 96 | provided with a remedy in the ~tree of life; for its effect 33 1, 96 | slake his thirst; and the tree of life to ~banish the breaking 34 1, 96 | of St. ~Augustine]) "The tree of life, like a drug, warded 35 1, 96 | preserving the body due to the tree of life, nor was ~it of 36 1, 96 | finite; so the power of the tree of life could not ~go so 37 1, 96 | since the power of ~the tree of life was finite, man' 38 1, 96 | to eat ~once more of the tree of life.~Aquin.: SMT FP 39 1, 96 | the first ~proves that the tree of life did not absolutely 40 1, 101 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, the tree of life is described as 41 1, 101 | growing in paradise. ~But the tree of life is a spiritual thing, 42 1, 101 | of Wisdom ~that "She is a tree of life to them that lay 43 1, 101 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: The tree of life is a material tree, 44 1, 101 | tree of life is a material tree, and so called because ~ 45 1, 101 | Christ. In like manner the ~tree of the knowledge of good 46 1, 101 | and evil was a material tree, so called in ~view of future 47 1, 102 | the plant, the leaf of the tree, ~hath God endowed with 48 1, 112 | fruit while hanging on the tree is part of the tree. ~And 49 1, 112 | the tree is part of the tree. ~And therefore it can be 50 1, 114 | to them, as fruit from a tree, and the offspring from ~ 51 1, 116 | that the seed ~of a great tree is virtually greater than 52 1, 116 | virtually greater than a small tree, though actually ~it is 53 2, 11 | that ~which we expect the tree to produce in the last place, 54 2, 11 | bears one relation to the tree that bore it, and ~another 55 2, 11 | man that enjoys it. To the tree indeed that bore it, it 56 2, 20 | written (Mt. 7:18): ~"A good tree cannot bring forth evil 57 2, 20 | fruit, neither can an evil tree ~bring forth good fruit." 58 2, 20 | according to the gloss, the tree signifies ~the will, and 59 2, 20 | Reply OBJ 1: If the good tree be taken to signify the 60 2, 69 | one thing to hope that the tree ~will bear fruit, when the 61 2, 70 | 12:33): "By the fruit the tree is ~known"; that is to say, 62 2, 70 | twofold relation: to the tree that produces it, and to 63 2, 70 | gathers the fruit from the tree. Accordingly, in spiritual ~ 64 2, 70 | man, who is likened to the tree, is that which he produces; ~ 65 2, 70 | man has both a field and a tree, and yet these are ~not 66 2, 70 | from the field and from the tree. In this sense man's ~fruit 67 2, 70 | sides of the river ~was the tree bearing twelve fruits." 68 2, 70 | That which proceeds from a tree against the tree's nature, ~ 69 2, 70 | from a tree against the tree's nature, ~is not called 70 2, 71 | fulfilling his duties: since "a tree is known ~by its fruit," 71 2, 73 | to the sinful act, as a tree to its ~fruit, as a gloss 72 2, 73 | observes on Mt. 7:18, "A good tree cannot bring forth ~evil 73 2, 75 | nothing but good, for "a good ~tree cannot bring forth evil 74 2, 84 | comparing it to the root of a tree, ~which draws its sustenance 75 2, 84 | likeness to the root of a tree, in ~furnishing sustenance 76 2, 84 | sustenance to the whole tree. For we see that by riches 77 2, 84 | root is a beginning of a tree, so that the beginning of 78 2, 102 | the prohibition about the tree of life. Therefore in ~the 79 2, 102 | prohibition concerning the tree of ~knowledge of good and 80 2, 102 | and evil was not that this tree was naturally evil: and ~ 81 2, 102 | plant no grove, nor any tree near the altar of the Lord 82 2, 102 | the fruits of the fairest tree," i.e. the citron, "and ~ 83 2, 102 | way, a bird's nest in a tree . . . thou shalt not ~take 84 2, 105 | eunuch say: Behold I am a dry tree."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[105] 85 2, 107 | seed contains the whole tree, ~virtually. It is in this 86 2, 107 | lesser virtually; just ~as a tree is contained in the seed.~ 87 2, 114 | virtually as the seed of ~a tree, wherein the whole tree 88 2, 114 | tree, wherein the whole tree is virtually. So likewise 89 2, 114 | its quantity, even as a tree is ~not above the virtuality 90 2, 12 | Eccles. 11:3) that "the tree . . . in ~what place soever 91 2, 17 | to Eccles. 11:3, "If the tree fall to ~the south, or to 92 2, 18 | wisdom, as the root to the tree: hence it is written ~(Ecclus. 93 2, 18 | said to be virtually the tree, so the fear of God is said 94 2, 19 | no sin, ~because "a good tree cannot bring forth evil 95 2, 41 | dutifulness, because "a ~good tree cannot bring forth evil 96 2, 62 | 1~OBJ 5: Further, if the tree be evil, so is the fruit, 97 2, 74 | our Lord cursed the fig tree, as related in Mt. 21:19; ~ 98 2, 74 | our Lord cursed the fig tree in ~signification of Judea. 99 2, 77 | according to Mt. 7:19, "Every tree that bringeth not forth 100 2, 86 | gives more who gives the tree with its ~fruit, than he 101 2, 87 | 18, "neither can an evil tree bring forth good ~fruit." 102 2, 92 | of virtue, since ~"a good tree cannot bring forth evil 103 2, 92 | carpenter, hath cut ~down a tree, proper for his use, in 104 2, 150 | words of Gn. 2:16, "Of every tree" that is in "paradise, thou 105 2, 161 | forbidden them to touch that ~tree, because He knew that if 106 2, 161 | The woman saw that the tree was good to ~eat, and fair 107 2, 161 | forbidden them to eat of the tree, lest they should become 108 2, 162 | immortality by ~the beneficial tree of life. Therefore it was 109 2, 162 | forbid him to ~eat of the tree of life, as instanced by 110 2, 162 | take . . . of the tree of life . . . and live for ~ 111 2, 162 | lest he should take of ~the tree of life) and place; for " 112 2, 162 | to keep the way of the tree of life." Hence Augustine ~ 113 2, 162 | sin, if man had ate of the tree of life, he would not ~thereby 114 2, 162 | that the woman saw that the tree was fair, ~and good to eat. 115 2, 184 | hill and under every green tree ~thou didst prostitute thyself." 116 3, 41 | should not ~eat of every tree of paradise?" Secondly [ 117 3, 44 | by His sentence on the ~tree." This is the more noteworthy 118 3, 46 | of God that hangeth on ~a tree." Therefore it does not 119 3, 46 | apple from the forbidden tree against God's command. And 120 3, 46 | by being fastened to a ~tree, as if restoring what Adam 121 3, 46 | plucking the apple from the tree: but all that Adam lost, 122 3, 46 | upon it. Length is the ~tree's extent from the beam to 123 3, 46 | in ~that portion of the tree which remains over from 124 3, 46 | hope. But that part of the tree ~which is hidden from view 125 3, 46 | Tract. cxix in Joan.): "The tree upon which were fixed the 126 3, 47 | Himself to be fastened to a ~tree on account of the apple 127 3, 47 | man had plucked from the tree against ~God's command.~ 128 3, 48 | as He suffered upon the tree, as stated above ~(Q[46], 129 3, 49 | to keep the way of ~the tree of life." The other is the 130 3, 50 | and was nailed on the ~tree, there was the impassible 131 3, 50 | circumcised and nailed on ~the tree; and Christ's dead body 132 3, 54 | were what hung upon the ~tree, how could it enter through 133 Suppl, 54| with fire than with the tree from which the wood was 134 Suppl, 71| outwardly of a man: for a tree is known by its fruit (Mt. ~ 135 Appen1, 2| left the body, because "the tree . . . ~wheresoever it shall


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