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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 1 | whatever is not above reason is fully treated of in philosophical ~ 2 1, 9 | which participate more fully of its likeness, to ~the 3 1, 10 | Some again, ~share more fully than others in the nature 4 1, 12 | seeing God it will not ~be fully happy; which is incongruous. 5 1, 12 | This will ~be treated more fully in the question of rapture ( 6 1, 12 | we cannot know God ~more fully by grace than by natural 7 1, 12 | still we know Him more fully according as many and more 8 1, 22 | chance circumstance, has been fully foreseen by their ~master, 9 1, 27 | cannot be properly and ~fully applied to it. But the divine 10 1, 29 | forasmuch as before it was fully understood by the Latins, 11 1, 55 | a potentiality which is fully perfected by the form; ~ 12 1, 57 | hence they share more ~fully and more perfectly in the 13 1, 58 | existence, which is not fully actuated, in the same ~way 14 1, 58 | potentiality which is not fully completed by connatural 15 1, 63 | nature while as yet not fully formed: and when it is said ~ 16 1, 64 | things are revealed, and more fully, in the Word ~Himself. But 17 1, 64 | all the angels ~did not fully and equally apprehend it; 18 1, 64 | hence the demons much less fully ~understood the mystery 19 1, 64 | into them." For had they fully and certainly known that 20 1, 66 | manner formless before it was fully formed and distinguished 21 1, 67 | being received, rather than fully impressed, the ~consequent 22 1, 56 | a potentiality which is fully perfected by the form; ~ 23 1, 58 | hence they share more ~fully and more perfectly in the 24 1, 59 | existence, which is not fully actuated, in the same ~way 25 1, 59 | potentiality which is not fully completed by connatural 26 1, 64 | nature while as yet not fully formed: and when it is said ~ 27 1, 65 | things are revealed, and more fully, in the Word ~Himself. But 28 1, 65 | all the angels ~did not fully and equally apprehend it; 29 1, 65 | hence the demons much less fully ~understood the mystery 30 1, 65 | into them." For had they fully and certainly known that 31 1, 67 | manner formless before it was fully formed and distinguished 32 1, 68 | being received, rather than fully impressed, the ~consequent 33 1, 78 | something for certain, as being fully ~examined, it thinks about 34 1, 105 | they did not know it as fully as the superior angels; 35 1, 107 | possessed by something not fully but partially; thus ~holy 36 1, 107 | possessing this knowledge fully, they pour it forth ~copiously 37 2, 4 | possession of good ~that does not fully satisfy. This does not apply 38 2, 16 | for there the will becomes fully proportionate, by willing 39 2, 16 | proportionate, by willing the ~means fully. Use, on the other hand, 40 2, 33 | themselves, until they are fully ~realized, because pleasures 41 2, 63 | This, however, will be more fully explained later (Q[109], 42 2, 68 | his pupil, who is not yet fully ~instructed, cannot work 43 2, 69 | All these rewards will be fully consummated in the life 44 2, 81 | as we shall state more fully in the TP (XP, Q[78], A[ 45 2, 83 | original sin was in Adam more fully, since in him it had the 46 2, 94 | belongs ~to the natural law is fully contained in them. Wherefore 47 2, 102 | priests: though they were ~not fully revealed to them, as they 48 2, 105 | however, we must speak ~more fully in the treatise on Matrimony ( 49 2, 109 | ourselves perfectly, we cannot fully know what is ~for our good, 50 2, 109 | glory, when grace shall ~be fully perfected. But here grace 51 2, 1 | the apostles ~were most fully instructed about the mysteries, 52 2, 1 | they received them ~more fully than others, even as they 53 2, 1 | Savior's coming, the more fully did they received the ~mysteries 54 2, 1 | would expound matters more fully than the preceding council, 55 2, 4 | in so far as we do not fully grasp matters of faith with 56 2, 8 | who have faith understand fully the things ~that are proposed 57 2, 25 | more that which has more ~fully the reason for being loved 58 2, 26 | does not ~describe it fully, but mentions only that 59 2, 27 | because his desire will be fully set at rest; yet ~one's 60 2, 28 | the truth will be known fully, and ~every desire fulfilled; 61 2, 42 | precept will ~be observed fully and perfectly in heaven; 62 2, 80 | who do not yet enjoy God fully, according to Ps. 41:3, ~" 63 2, 169 | is unable to distinguish fully whether ~his thoughts are 64 2, 171 | his senses, yet does not fully discern ~the things he perceives 65 2, 172 | Godhead; while David more fully knew and expressed the ~ 66 2, 172 | Almighty, while Moses was ~more fully instructed in the simplicity 67 2, 172 | before or after Him, the more fully, for the ~most part, were 68 2, 172 | point, and after Him more fully ~than before, as the Apostle 69 2, 173 | Divine essence much more fully ~than an angel or a man. 70 3, 1 | Christ, in order to satisfy fully for original sin, wished 71 3, 7 | Christ saw God's Essence fully, as ~will be made clear ( 72 3, 7 | had the Divine fruition fully, as will be shown ~(Q[34], 73 3, 7 | although He knew all ~things fully, wherefore faith was altogether 74 3, 7 | nevertheless ~He did not as yet fully possess all that pertained 75 3, 7 | possessed partially, and not fully. Therefore no ~creature, 76 3, 7 | 2~I answer that, To have fully is to have wholly and perfectly. 77 3, 7 | some man has whiteness ~fully, because he has as much 78 3, 7 | anyone be said to have life fully, ~inasmuch as he has it 79 3, 7 | and thus man ~has life fully, but senseless animals or 80 3, 7 | of grace, He had grace fully, since He ~had it for all 81 3, 7 | fulness of grace when anyone fully possesses grace according 82 3, 8 | and shares His ~gifts more fully, not only than man, but 83 3, 8 | having grace and ~glory most fully.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[8] A[4] 84 3, 8 | wickedness of the devil ~is most fully impressed on him. Hence, 85 3, 9 | of the Incarnation more fully than anyone else. ~Hence, 86 3, 9 | of God. But He knew God fully, even as He was man, according 87 3, 10 | creature. Hence it more fully receives the light in ~which 88 3, 11 | Christ knew these things more fully ~and completely than others. 89 3, 11 | soul of Christ, which had fully the capabilities ~of a comprehensor.~ 90 3, 15 | had a passible body, He fully enjoyed God in His mind. ~ 91 3, 15 | passion Christ's mind saw God fully, ~and thus He had beatitude 92 3, 20 | then all things will be fully subject ~to Him by the final 93 3, 22 | Moreover, He ~satisfied for us fully, inasmuch as "He hath borne 94 3, 30 | highest angels did not fully know the mystery of the 95 3, 38 | baptized, He was not as yet fully ~manifested: consequently 96 3, 47 | the Scriptures, did not fully comprehend that He ~was 97 3, 48 | has not paid who has not fully ~atoned. Therefore it appears 98 3, 48 | Christ by His suffering has fully ~atoned for our sins.~Aquin.: 99 3, 49 | baptism, since they are ~fully delivered by Christ's satisfaction. 100 3, 52 | in hope, although not yet fully happy in fact.~Aquin.: SMT 101 3, 57 | shall deal ~with it more fully in treating of the general 102 3, 57 | I answer that, The more fully anything corporeal shares 103 3, 58 | habitual grace, which is more ~fully in Christ than in all other 104 3, 68 | space of time in order to be fully instructed in ~the faith, 105 3, 68 | people, if they be not ~fully converted. Nevertheless, 106 3, 70 | possessed by Adam, who was fully instructed about Divine ~ 107 3, 74 | represent Christ's Passion more fully ~than did the sacraments 108 3, 74 | forth Christ's ~Passion more fully than bread and wine. Therefore 109 3, 79 | devoutly ~to this sacrament and fully secure its effect. Considered 110 3, 80 | sacrament produces more fully the effect of the ~sacrament 111 3, 80 | approaching the sacrament ~fully conscious of mortal sin. 112 3, 80 | are said not to possess fully the use of reason. ~Either, 113 3, 80 | behalf of all; and Christ is fully contained ~under either 114 3, 83 | the chalice ~denotes those fully blessed both in soul and 115 3, 86 | Power of ~Christ's Passion fully, since by water and the 116 Suppl, 25| the ~indulgence is gained fully.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[25] A[ 117 Suppl, 25| indulgence more or less fully. Consequently a poor ~man 118 Suppl, 40| has the same ~power more fully. and so in order to designate 119 Suppl, 65| together until the ~young are fully fledged. Now this obligation 120 Suppl, 66| Christ. Now by Baptism we are fully conformed to ~Christ. Therefore 121 Suppl, 69| a manner that cannot be fully manifest to us.~Aquin.: 122 Suppl, 71| satisfaction which was not fully completed in the body. Consequently, ~ 123 Suppl, 72| the saints have their will fully conformed to ~the Divine 124 Suppl, 77| opinions have been more fully exposed and examined in 125 Suppl, 80| their form, and are most ~fully perfected thereby: thus 126 Suppl, 82| 5:2. But they would not fully see their ~glory unless 127 Suppl, 89| the Divine ~essence more fully.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[92] A[ 128 Suppl, 89| far as it sees Him more fully. Hence ~Augustine says ( 129 Suppl, 93| victory is ~found chiefly and fully, for by His victory others 130 Appen1, 2| remitted in a man who has not fully paid the debt of punishment,


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