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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 5 | sense, goodness does not add anything to being beyond 2 1, 6 | The supreme good does not add to good any absolute thing, ~ 3 1, 11 | answer that, "One" does not add any reality to "being"; 4 1, 11 | convertible with "being" did not add any reality to "being," 5 1, 11 | convertible with "being," does not add a reality to being; but 6 1, 11 | principle of number, does add a reality to "being," ~belonging 7 1, 13 | if convertible with it, add something above it at ~least 8 1, 14 | still more plainly if we add that the every ~existence 9 1, 19 | in a ~particular case we add that a man is a murderer 10 1, 25 | could make other things, or add something to the ~present 11 1, 29 | Therefore hypostasis and person add the individual ~principles 12 1, 30 | kind of oneness does not add anything to being, ~except 13 1, 30 | said, and beyond this they add negation only, as stated ( 14 1, 37 | the Holy Ghost"; and they add that ~it was retracted by 15 1, 39 | the converse, unless we add some term to ~designate 16 1, 39 | the latter do not, but add the thing signified to the 17 1, 39 | of the essence unless we add some ~substantive. We cannot 18 1, 40 | Reply OBJ 1: Person does not add to hypostasis a distinguishing 19 1, 56 | foundations. Hence, for God to add a ~new creature to the universe, 20 1, 56 | universe, means that He would add a new intelligible ~species 21 1, 68 | that builder," and then add: "First, he ~laid the foundations, 22 1, 74 | it is superfluous to add, "God made the firmament." 23 1, 74 | not necessary there to add, "He made." It may also 24 1, 76 | understanding man. And if to this we add that to ~understand, which 25 1, 37 | the Holy Ghost"; and they add that ~it was retracted by 26 1, 39 | the converse, unless we add some term to ~designate 27 1, 39 | the latter do not, but add the thing signified to the 28 1, 39 | of the essence unless we add some ~substantive. We cannot 29 1, 40 | Reply OBJ 1: Person does not add to hypostasis a distinguishing 30 1, 57 | foundations. Hence, for God to add a ~new creature to the universe, 31 1, 57 | universe, means that He would add a new intelligible ~species 32 1, 69 | that builder," and then add: "First, he ~laid the foundations, 33 1, 73 | it is superfluous to add, "God made the firmament." 34 1, 73 | not necessary there to add, "He made." It may also 35 1, 75 | understanding man. And if to this we add that to ~understand, which 36 1, 77 | Therefore either we must add the cognitive and reminiscitive ~ 37 1, 98 | have said above. We may add that they ~would have desired 38 1, 103 | already is: nor does it add anything new to the creature; ~ 39 2, 4 | object: ~but bodily good can add a certain charm and perfection 40 2, 9 | be extrinsic, but we must add "without the concurrence 41 2, 18 | increases goodness, ~seems to add a new species of goodness: 42 2, 18 | Consequently it does not add a new species, but adds 43 2, 18 | circumstance does not always add further perfection, except ~ 44 2, 18 | it does, although it ~may add to the goodness or malice, 45 2, 19 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, if you add to the cause, you add to 46 2, 19 | you add to the cause, you add to the effect. But the ~ 47 2, 20 | external action does not add any goodness ~or malice 48 2, 20 | external action does not ~add to the goodness or malice 49 2, 20 | created things does not add to ~the Divine Goodness, 50 2, 25 | of the irascible faculty add something to those of ~the 51 2, 34 | interrupted at times. We must add, however, that ~although 52 2, 42 | object of fear, we ~must add a solution to the same.~ 53 2, 49 | something else. And if we add "well or ill," which belongs ~ 54 2, 60 | or objects: so that if we add "justice," which ~is about 55 2, 71 | nor was ~there need to add "word" or "deed." ~Aquin.: 56 2, 73 | turns. Therefore they do not add to the sin's malice.~Aquin.: 57 2, 73 | issue of an act does not add to its goodness or ~malice, 58 2, 95 | Therefore it was needless to ~add any further conditions to 59 2, 95 | honest" it was superfluous to add "just."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 60 2, 100 | why the Divine law ~should add to the law of nature, ordinances 61 2, 100 | hence there was no need to add the reason. But some of 62 2, 100 | hindered, it was ~necessary to add a promise of reward. And 63 2, 108 | New Law had ~nothing to add as regards external action. 64 2, 108 | Thirdly, we ~must not add presumption to our solicitude; 65 2, 108 | saying that a ~man cannot add anything to his stature ( 66 2, 109 | it would ~be useless to add grace. Hence man, without 67 2, 1 | Dt. ~4:2): "You shall not add to the word that I speak 68 2, 12 | even as love and confession add to the ~praise of faith.~ 69 2, 15 | Dt. 4:2), "You shall not add to the word that I speak 70 2, 17 | suffices it is superfluous to add another. Now ~charity suffices 71 2, 23 | take these parts away and add them indefinitely to another ~ 72 2, 27 | other hand joy does not add to love any special aspect, 73 2, 28 | Reply OBJ 3: Joy and peace add nothing to the aspect of 74 2, 30 | quantity, for one might add much more to a man's property, 75 2, 42 | Therefore ~there was no need to add the precept about loving 76 2, 42 | heart," it was fitting to add "and with thy whole soul, 77 2, 42 | with thy whole heart," to add, "and with thy whole ~soul, 78 2, 42 | it was unnecessary to add, "with all thy ~strength."~ 79 2, 47 | prudence, it is superfluous to add ~reason.~Aquin.: SMT SS 80 2, 56 | it is not superfluous to add "constant": for while the ~" 81 2, 75 | loss be considerable. ~I add this condition, because 82 2, 79 | to which no creature can add anything), ~but for our 83 2, 98 | Therefore it is superfluous to add "or connected with ~spiritual 84 2, 107 | repugnant to truth than ~to add something to it, because 85 2, 145 | of sin. Hence it ought to add something to the ~common 86 2, 156 | etc. ~says: "Some codices add 'without cause.' However, 87 3, 16 | began to be," unless we add something. And this for 88 3, 19 | to OBJ[3]; some codices add: Hence may be ~gathered 89 3, 20 | and yet it is better to add this ~qualification in order 90 3, 29 | bond." These two reasons add strength to our faith.~Aquin.: 91 3, 40 | perjury, as Solomon seems to add (Prov. 30:8); but only that ~ 92 3, 52 | passage quoted he says: "Some ~add that this benefit was also 93 3, 54 | But whatever anyone ~may add, let him take heed not to 94 3, 54 | let him take heed not to add corruption, lest he corrupt 95 3, 60 | visible word?" Wherefore to add words ~to the sensible things 96 3, 60 | seems to be the same as to add ~words to words. But this 97 3, 60 | superfluous repetition to add ~words to the visible element 98 3, 60 | Whether it is lawful to add anything to the words in 99 3, 60 | that it is not lawful to add anything to the words in ~ 100 3, 60 | But it is not ~lawful to add anything to, or to take 101 3, 60 | Dt. 4:2): "You shall not add to the word ~that I speak 102 3, 60 | this book: if any man shall add to these things, God shall 103 3, 60 | these things, God shall add to him ~the plagues written 104 3, 60 | neither is it lawful to add anything to, or to take 105 3, 60 | Therefore it is lawful to add ~something to, or to take 106 3, 60 | Again, it is possible to add something that destroys 107 3, 60 | OBJ 1: It is not lawful to add anything to the words of 108 3, 60 | Nevertheless, it is not lawful ~to add even words to Holy Scripture 109 3, 60 | of words ~which does not add to or take from the essential 110 3, 68 | admonish ~your Beatitude not to add any other days to this custom." 111 3, 74 | some churches the ~priests add grapes to the sacrifice 112 3, 74 | it is the same thing to ~add a little water in this sacrament 113 3, 74 | in this sacrament as to add none. But it is not lawful ~ 114 3, 74 | But it is not lawful ~to add none. Therefore, neither 115 3, 74 | neither is it lawful to add a little.~Aquin.: SMT TP 116 3, 74 | Further, if it sufficed to add a little, then as a consequence 117 3, 74 | Consequently, it is always safer to add little water, especially 118 3, 78 | Therefore ~it is out of place to add "the mystery of faith."~ 119 3, 78 | and ~on this account we add, "The Mystery of Faith." 120 3, 78 | truth; and ~therefore we add, "which shall be shed for 121 3, 83 | then he ought at once to add them and consecrate. But 122 Suppl, 43| teaches that we ought to add the ~condition. "If the 123 Suppl, 49| it was not necessary to add two other goods to make 124 Suppl, 53| Further, a solemn vow does not add the same force to a simple 125 Suppl, 59| marriage, it suffices to add ~the condition of future 126 Suppl, 71| righteous, that thou mayest add to his meed and reward!" 127 Suppl, 72| down into hell in order to add to the misery of the damned. 128 Suppl, 81| resistance of the ~medium will add no retardation to the movement.~ 129 Suppl, 88| their species, but so as to add a certain ~perfection of


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