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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 2 | since these can change or fail; for all things that ~are 2 1, 10 | if they might sometimes fail to be, ~which is possible 3 1, 13 | both these kinds ~of names fail to express His mode of being, 4 1, 14 | causality, nevertheless they fail in this respect, that ~multitude 5 1, 17 | qualities, ~even as a man may fail to possess two feet, but 6 1, 17 | possess two feet, but not fail to be a man; so ~the faculty 7 1, 17 | faculty of knowing cannot fail in knowledge of the thing 8 1, 17 | it is informed; but may fail with regard to something ~ 9 1, 18 | then its life is said to ~fail, and the animal to be dead. 10 1, 19 | For though a thing may fail to be, for example, a man 11 1, 19 | living being, ~yet it cannot fail to be a being. Hence the 12 1, 19 | necessary causes, that cannot fail; but to others ~defectible 13 1, 22 | he can, lest ~it should fail. But God is most powerful. 14 1, 24 | predestined who have grace and yet fail to obtain glory. The book 15 1, 24 | those who, possessing grace, fail to obtain glory, ~are not 16 1, 24 | obtain eternal life, yet they fail to obtain it through mortal ~ 17 1, 48 | of the good which cannot fail. Another grade of goodness 18 1, 48 | that of ~the good which can fail in goodness, and this grade 19 1, 48 | should be some which can ~fail in goodness, and thence 20 1, 48 | follows that sometimes they do fail. Now ~it is in this that 21 1, 48 | if some ~things in it can fail in goodness, and do sometimes 22 1, 48 | goodness, and do sometimes fail, God not ~preventing this. 23 1, 48 | to nature that what may fail should sometimes fail; ~ 24 1, 48 | may fail should sometimes fail; ~secondly, because, as 25 1, 48 | to anyone as a fault to fail as regards ~perfect action, 26 1, 49 | thing. ~But that anything fail from its natural and due 27 1, 49 | force; nor does an ~agent fail in its action except from 28 1, 49 | that can, and do sometimes, fail. And thus God, by causing 29 1, 49 | requires; but God does not fail in doing what is necessary 30 1, 62 | but he who has grace can fail to make ~use of it, and 31 1, 62 | created nature, that it can fail. Therefore a beatified ~ 32 1, 62 | considered in itself, can fail. But from its ~perfect union 33 1, 49 | of the good which cannot fail. Another grade of goodness 34 1, 49 | that of ~the good which can fail in goodness, and this grade 35 1, 49 | should be some which can ~fail in goodness, and thence 36 1, 49 | follows that sometimes they do fail. Now ~it is in this that 37 1, 49 | if some ~things in it can fail in goodness, and do sometimes 38 1, 49 | goodness, and do sometimes fail, God not ~preventing this. 39 1, 49 | to nature that what may fail should sometimes fail; ~ 40 1, 49 | may fail should sometimes fail; ~secondly, because, as 41 1, 49 | to anyone as a fault to fail as regards ~perfect action, 42 1, 50 | thing. ~But that anything fail from its natural and due 43 1, 50 | force; nor does an ~agent fail in its action except from 44 1, 50 | that can, and do sometimes, fail. And thus God, by causing 45 1, 50 | requires; but God does not fail in doing what is necessary 46 1, 63 | but he who has grace can fail to make ~use of it, and 47 1, 63 | created nature, that it can fail. Therefore a beatified ~ 48 1, 63 | considered in itself, can fail. But from its ~perfect union 49 1, 77 | that, As nature does not fail in necessary things, there 50 1, 84 | own proper object does not fail. Now ~the proper object 51 1, 88 | are of weaker ~intellect fail to acquire perfect knowledge 52 1, 88 | impressed ideas; which, however, fail to give perfect knowledge ~ 53 1, 98 | impossible ~for those limbs to fail in executing the will's 54 1, 102 | proximate causes, which may fail in their effects; and not 55 1, 105 | one kind of science, and fail in another; and on that 56 1, 112 | and affection can vary and fail from good in ~many ways; 57 1, 114 | and in the minority to fail in producing them. But that 58 1, 114 | But that such ~cases do fail in the minority of cases 59 1, 114 | inferior causes, which can ~fail in their effects in the 60 1, 117 | since "nature does not fail in what is ~necessary." 61 2, 3 | the feasts of men, if we ~fail to take part in the feasts 62 2, 5 | nature; and nature does not fail ~altogether. Now many say 63 2, 5 | Happiness. And ~thus they do not fail altogether in their estimate.~ 64 2, 5 | powers. For nature does not fail in necessary things. But 65 2, 5 | Just as nature does not fail man in necessaries, although ~ 66 2, 5 | himself; so neither did it fail man in things ~necessary, 67 2, 20 | through simple involuntariness fail to do good or evil.~Aquin.: 68 2, 21 | the action does indeed fail in respect of the last ~ 69 2, 21 | generated; but it does not fail ~in respect of any proximate 70 2, 21 | end: and yet it does not fail in ~respect of some proximate 71 2, 30 | not last for ever, but ~fail. Hence Our Lord said to 72 2, 44 | anything, are more apt to ~fail: thus a man who walks on 73 2, 51 | Further, nature does not fail in necessaries. But habits 74 2, 51 | seems that nature would not ~fail to cause all necessary habits: 75 2, 52 | one who has a habit may fail to use it or may act contrary ~ 76 2, 53 | many passions and deeds ~fail to observe the mode of virtue, 77 2, 61 | Wherefore all the objections fail.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[61] A[ 78 2, 61 | again do the objections fail: because the other virtues 79 2, 65 | way, natural ~inclinations fail to have the complete character 80 2, 71 | possessing a habit, ~may either fail to use the habit, or produce 81 2, 73 | a less grievous sin to ~fail in what is more difficult, 82 2, 74 | a power is not ~found to fail except that power be inordinately 83 2, 76 | essential to sin. But it may fail to excuse altogether ~from 84 2, 77 | out of order, when they fail to comply with the order 85 2, 87 | of their parents, ~they fail to mend their ways. The 86 2, 91 | superfluities as neither does she fail in necessaries. Therefore 87 2, 93 | them, ~according as they fail to act in harmony with that 88 2, 94 | contain the truth ~without fail. The practical reason, on 89 2, 94 | principle will be found to fail ~the more, according as 90 2, 94 | which the principle ~may fail, so that it be not right 91 2, 94 | in some few cases it may ~fail, both as to rectitude, by 92 2, 94 | generation and corruption fail in some few cases on ~account 93 2, 96 | be so ~certain as not to fail in some individual cases, 94 2, 96 | and less ~frequently it fail.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[96] A[ 95 2, 97 | Q[96], A[6]), human laws fail in some ~cases: wherefore 96 2, 97 | general precepts, which ~never fail, does not allow of dispensations. 97 2, 98 | Accordingly God did not fail man by giving him insufficient 98 2, 100 | observing justice, which fail to apply in certain ~cases.~ 99 2, 101 | lacking in truth, so does it fail to grasp Divine ~things 100 2, 109 | is nothing else than to fail in the good which ~belongs 101 2, 109 | nature. For it can of itself fail in good, even as of itself 102 2, 112 | since God's intention cannot fail, ~according to the saying 103 2, 112 | ought not, in justice, to fail.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[112] A[ 104 2, 114 | iniquity, that when you shall fail they may receive you into ~ 105 2, 114 | When my strength shall fail, do not Thou forsake me." 106 2, 114 | just as natural causes fail of their ~effects on account 107 2, 1 | Peter, ~"that thy faith fail not, and thou, being once 108 2, 2 | Peter, "that ~thy faith fail not."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[2] 109 2, 9 | and, therefore, does ~not fail in those things wherein 110 2, 10 | sacraments their children fail to obtain salvation.~ 111 2, 13 | step of perfection, can fail ~or fall suddenly; this 112 2, 17 | Behold his ~hope shall fail him." Therefore it seems 113 2, 17 | members, whose hope will fail utterly: or, if it be ~understood 114 2, 17 | certainty about that which may fail. Now ~many a hopeful wayfarer 115 2, 17 | That some who have hope fail to obtain happiness, is 116 2, 18 | we fear, not that we may fail of what we hope to obtain 117 2, 23 | Julian, "charity which can fail was never true." [*The quotation 118 2, 23 | 2: The charity which can fail by reason of itself is no 119 2, 29 | urgent need of succor lest it fail, ~we are bound to help them: 120 2, 30 | iniquity, that when you shall fail, they may ~receive you into 121 2, 31 | worse than the sinner if you fail to correct him." But this 122 2, 32 | Consequently it must first of all fail in that which is ~less in 123 2, 41 | scandals come, so long as men ~fail to change their evil mode 124 2, 41 | wrongdoing. And if indeed they ~fail in this moderation in such 125 2, 43 | since if ~nature does not fail in necessaries, much less 126 2, 43 | necessaries, much less does grace fail: wherefore ~it is written ( 127 2, 47 | from us, in so far as we fail to know them. Hence ~foresight 128 2, 49 | circumstances, which sinners fail to observe when they sin. 129 2, 51 | impulse of the passions, if it fail to do this, it is due to 130 2, 55 | the rules of human right fail in certain cases, nor do ~ 131 2, 55 | natural to man may sometimes fail. Thus the ~restitution of 132 2, 58 | are ~rightly established, fail in some cases, when if they 133 2, 61 | virtue, ~though this sign fail at times: wherefore, according 134 2, 66 | a most grievous fault to fail to do what ~one is bound 135 2, 67 | accuser, who is punished if he fail to ~prove his accusation. 136 2, 67 | probable that the judges would fail to judge justly so many 137 2, 68 | number, cases, although it fail in the minority. ~No it 138 2, 77 | sin of omission, if one fail to give one's parents due 139 2, 81 | order that prayer may not fail in its effect of ~impetration. 140 2, 93 | most part, yet they ~rarely fail: and from such like causes 141 2, 105 | to do; ~wherefore if he fail to do so, he does not sin 142 2, 108 | lying, if several persons fail to ~describe in the same 143 2, 109 | state of perfection, if he fail through ~weakness, he is 144 2, 121 | virtue: thus may a man not fail to attend on a sick friend ~ 145 2, 125 | eager to meet ~danger, yet fail when the danger is present," 146 2, 126 | involve danger, since ~to fail in such things is very disastrous. 147 2, 146 | necessity go together, we fail to discern between the call 148 2, 156 | the eyes are enraged and ~fail utterly to recognize those 149 2, 161 | step of perfection cannot fail or fall ~suddenly: this 150 2, 166 | movement: and if nature ~fail in any respect, surely effort 151 2, 170 | 18): "When prophecy shall fail, ~the people shall be scattered 152 2, 170 | race. Now "nature ~does not fail in necessaries" [*Aristotle, 153 2, 171 | intent on ~hearing something fail to see what takes place 154 2, 172 | When prophecy shall ~fail, the people shall be scattered 155 2, 175 | the Holy Ghost does not fail in anything that pertains 156 2, 182 | and it is evident that to fail from this is ~not to be 157 2, 183 | his good faith; and if he fail or ~exceed in a slight degree, 158 2, 186 | discretion, is liable to make us ~fail altogether," as the Blessed 159 3, 14 | power, and cannot err or fail; ~and He Himself did nothing 160 3, 24 | predestination does not fail. If, ~therefore, Christ 161 3, 38 | probable. For He would ~not fail to administer baptism so 162 3, 38 | others, since He did not fail in His humble service to ~ 163 3, 52 | Abraham's bosom, from whom I fail to see ~that He ever departed 164 3, 52 | their sufferings. But I ~fail to see how Abraham, into 165 3, 52 | And therefore he adds: "I fail to see ~that He ever departed, 166 3, 82 | while shunning sins we also fail to ~offer our sacrifice."~ 167 3, 89 | Further, Jerome says: "Whoever fail to preserve the dignity 168 3, 89 | take thy crown." That they fail in their efficacy ~to bring 169 3, 89 | charity, inasmuch as they fail to proceed from the principle 170 Suppl, 25| for thee that thy faith ~fail not." Now the universal 171 Suppl, 48| intends to ~marry, although he fail to direct it to the end 172 Suppl, 55| punishment of retaliation, if ~he fail to prove his accusation. [* 173 Suppl, 62| pain of retaliation if he fail to prove his case.~Aquin.: 174 Suppl, 67| married her, should he fail to prove this, he shall 175 Suppl, 69| would my loving ~mother fail to visit since she followed 176 Suppl, 71| impossible for God's justice to fail. Therefore it is impossible 177 Suppl, 72| yet on our part ~they may fail so that we obtain not the 178 Suppl, 72| things, in so far as they fail to do or ~comprehend them. 179 Suppl, 75| agent: ~else nature would fail in necessaries. Now the 180 Suppl, 83| of contraries ~is without fail corrupted in accordance 181 Suppl, 88| If these ordinances shall fail before Me . . . then ~also 182 Suppl, 88| the seed of Israel shall fail, so as not to be a nation 183 Suppl, 88| seed of Israel shall never fail, but will remain for ~ever. 184 Suppl, 88| the movement of the heaven fail, time must needs fail: and ~ 185 Suppl, 88| heaven fail, time must needs fail: and ~if this were to fail, 186 Suppl, 88| fail: and ~if this were to fail, it would fail in an instant. 187 Suppl, 88| this were to fail, it would fail in an instant. Now an instant 188 Suppl, 88| the seed of Israel shall fail, so as ~not to be a nation 189 Suppl, 96| whole genus of creature fail of ~the end for which it 190 Appen1, 1| AA[5],6]; so that if he fail in this, his grief will 191 Appen1, 1| capability; and we grieve if we fail to obtain this will, but 192 Appen1, 1| this will, but not if we ~fail in the will that is of impossibilities, 193 Appen1, 2| but also venial when they fail in the former. ~Therefore


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