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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 13 | meaning of the name and its source are the same.~Aquin.: SMT 2 1, 13 | so far as ~relates to the source of its meaning. For this 3 1, 13 | providence; which is the ~source of the signification of 4 1, 13 | name "God," as regards its source, namely, existence; and 5 1, 14 | to forms, which are the source of universality, but also 6 1, 18 | with a continually flowing ~source, are called dead, as in 7 1, 21 | goodness; and the primary source of goodness is God, as shown 8 1, 21 | viewed at its primary source, there appears mercy. In 9 1, 22 | Fate from the ~immutable source of providence binds together 10 1, 27 | necessarily distinct from the source whence it proceeds, whereas, ~ 11 1, 27 | closely it is ~one with the source whence it proceeds. For 12 1, 27 | necessity perfectly one with the source ~whence He proceeds, without 13 1, 27 | of the same nature as the source ~whence it proceeds; so 14 1, 28 | the one proceeding and the source ~of procession, agree in 15 1, 28 | intellectually proceeding and the source ~whence it proceeds, are 16 1, 29 | apply to God as regards its ~source of origin, since He does 17 1, 32 | innascibility." As the source ~of another, He can be known 18 1, 33 | also His plenitude as the source ~of all. This, however, 19 1, 33 | included in the common. For source and ~authority signify in 20 1, 34 | proceeds from an ~interior source as regards two things found 21 1, 34 | imports relation to the source whence it proceeds. ~Therefore, 22 1, 36 | the sun, a stream from a source, and likewise in ~everything 23 1, 38 | which we have ~from another source. Thus a divine person can " 24 1, 41 | Who subsists from no other source than God."~Aquin.: SMT FP 25 1, 42 | measured firstly by its source - that is, by the ~perfection 26 1, 42 | being posterior to its source except in an intellect passing 27 1, 48 | object of ~the will, the source of all morality. And because 28 1, 48 | come from one and the same source. Hence this ~kind of defect 29 1, 49 | There is no ~possible source of evil except good."~Aquin.: 30 1, 57 | in God, as in the highest source of things, all ~things pre-exist 31 1, 58 | quiddity of a thing can be a source of ~knowledge with regard 32 1, 67 | remain in the air when the source of light is withdrawn. Therefore ~ 33 1, 69 | it, because it was ~the source of light. The formlessness 34 1, 76 | thing has from the same ~source both existence and unity; 35 1, 38 | which we have ~from another source. Thus a divine person can " 36 1, 41 | Who subsists from no other source than God."~Aquin.: SMT FP 37 1, 42 | measured firstly by its source - that is, by the ~perfection 38 1, 42 | being posterior to its source except in an intellect passing 39 1, 49 | object of ~the will, the source of all morality. And because 40 1, 49 | come from one and the same source. Hence this ~kind of defect 41 1, 50 | There is no ~possible source of evil except good."~Aquin.: 42 1, 58 | in God, as in the highest source of things, all ~things pre-exist 43 1, 59 | quiddity of a thing can be a source of ~knowledge with regard 44 1, 68 | remain in the air when the source of light is withdrawn. Therefore ~ 45 1, 70 | it, because it was ~the source of light. The formlessness 46 1, 75 | thing has from the same ~source both existence and unity; 47 1, 77 | entirely from an ~extrinsic source; whereas the generation 48 1, 94 | and since grace is the source of merit, our ~actions are 49 1, 97 | community of ~possession is a source of strife, as the Philosopher 50 1, 103 | due to the presence of the source of light.~Aquin.: SMT FP 51 1, 106 | God is the principle and ~source of all truth and of all 52 2, 3 | united to the universal source of ~all good; not that it 53 2, 5 | since it unites it to the source of all goodness; ~hence 54 2, 14 | arises ~from a twofold source. First, because certain 55 2, 41 | the soul arise from one source, viz. ~love, wherein they 56 2, 60 | things that concur ~in their source and end: as is evident especially 57 2, 60 | passions all concur in one source, viz. love; and they ~all 58 2, 70 | something ~that proceeds from a source as from a seed or root, 59 2, 77 | Whether self-love is the source of every sin?~Aquin.: SMT 60 2, 77 | that self-love is not the source of every sin. For ~that 61 2, 84 | not arise from the same source. For sin ~arises from the 62 2, 91 | ii) that "justice has its source in ~nature; thence certain 63 2, 11 | than Peter, as being the source of their name and ~honor, 64 2, 16 | us adhere to God, as the source whence we derive ~the knowledge 65 2, 16 | us adhere to God, as the source whence we derive perfect ~ 66 2, 18 | Thus fear cuts off the ~source of pride for which reason 67 2, 19 | be a sin ~itself, but a source of sins. Now such is despair, 68 2, 20 | called malice which is a source from which sins arise. ~ 69 2, 24 | Body Para. 2/2~Now the source from which happiness flows 70 2, 27 | special vice, but a general source of the ~vices, as stated 71 2, 32 | in so far as He is the ~source of being, since all things, 72 2, 36 | contention arises ~from the same source as the raising of the voice.~ 73 2, 37 | or because his sin is a source of greater danger, or for 74 2, 42 | its malice from the ~same source and from no other~Aquin.: 75 2, 45 | imperfect, from a twofold ~source. First, because the good 76 2, 47 | prudence ~must needs have its source in understanding. Hence 77 2, 50 | God, as receivers to the source ~whence they receive.~Aquin.: 78 2, 51 | and anger, which are the source of contention, cause ~inconstancy 79 2, 56 | gathered from a ~twofold source. First from the subject 80 2, 63 | when ~a decayed member is a source of corruption to the whole 81 2, 63 | decayed ~and therefore a source of corruption to the whole 82 2, 65 | His goodness, which is the source of all ~laws.~Aquin.: SMT 83 2, 70 | nevertheless said to have its source chiefly in that one from 84 2, 81 | and mercy, which are the source whence prayer ~impetrates 85 2, 86 | without danger, becomes a source of danger to him if ~he 86 2, 86 | of abstinence may be a ~source of danger to the person, 87 2, 86 | that vow if it prove a source of danger to his body. Therefore 88 2, 86 | from food may be a direct source of danger to the ~person: 89 2, 86 | accidentally it prove a source of danger to the person, 90 2, 87 | itself, and yet ~becoming a source of evil to one who makes 91 2, 87 | 2 ~Yet an oath becomes a source of evil to him that makes 92 2, 93 | tries to get it from a ~source whence it cannot be foreknown. 93 2, 98 | wickedness of Simon in ~its very source, said (Acts 8:20): "Keep 94 2, 98 | because sale is opposed to the source of spiritual things, ~since 95 2, 107 | greater than they are, are a source of annoyance to others, ~ 96 2, 107 | account of themselves are a source of pleasure, since they 97 2, 114 | comeliness of a man has its source in his reason: wherefore ~ 98 2, 116 | itself be frequently the source of others. ~(tm)Aquin.: 99 2, 125 | receiving harm from that source. Hence the vice which exceeds 100 2, 152 | from lust, which is ~the source of this hindrance: and on 101 2, 186 | Further, that which is a source of dissent is unbecoming 102 3, 7 | rather the principle and source of that which ~is common.~ 103 3, 41 | temptation is from a threefold source - the flesh, the ~world, 104 3, 46 | to be found which was a source of woe to ~Christ, as is 105 3, 47 | proceeds from a different source. The Father delivered ~up 106 3, 48 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the source of merit is charity. But 107 3, 49 | everlasting love"; but because the source of hatred ~was taken away 108 3, 49 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The source of meriting comes of the 109 3, 49 | Christ's soul, which was the source of meriting, ought not to 110 3, 55 | was the first to bring the source of death to man, so she ~ 111 3, 57 | Divine power is the first source ~of the ascent into heaven. 112 3, 66 | Baptism, wherein ~was the source of the sanctification of 113 3, 69 | Body Para. 2/2~Now the source of their error was that 114 3, 84 | this sacrament and the ~source of its power, when He said ( 115 3, 84 | have arisen from a twofold source: first from not ~knowing 116 Suppl, 9 | from an entirely external ~source and is applied to us by 117 Suppl, 11| was known through another source, ~that which is instituted 118 Suppl, 11| and ~through some other source besides?~Aquin.: SMT XP 119 Suppl, 11| confession and through some other source besides. For the seal of ~ 120 Suppl, 11| knew it ~through some other source. Therefore a man is bound 121 Suppl, 11| but knows from some other source.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[11] A[ 122 Suppl, 11| knew it from some other source either before or ~after 123 Suppl, 11| man ~knows through another source either before or after confession, 124 Suppl, 11| knows it from some other source: although he ~ought to avoid 125 Suppl, 15| against penal sorrow, and is a source of ~pleasure, wherefore 126 Suppl, 26| flow if cut off from its source. ~Now the source of grace 127 Suppl, 26| from its source. ~Now the source of grace which is the Holy 128 Suppl, 26| receive an inflow from the source, in order that ~he may grant 129 Suppl, 29| are derived from the same source. Now the form of this sacrament ~ 130 Suppl, 40| in the bishop as their ~source, but not in the priest, 131 Suppl, 59| of the Church, from which source ~it derives perfect stability, 132 Suppl, 67| takes its name from the same source.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[67] A[ 133 Suppl, 82| according to the mode of the ~source whence it flows, but according


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