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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 1 | through which knowledge is obtained. For the astronomer and 2 1, 1 | slenderest knowledge that may be obtained of the ~highest things is 3 1, 1 | the most certain knowledge obtained ~of lesser things, as is 4 1, 1 | though its principles are obtained by revelation.~Aquin.: SMT 5 1, 1 | some at least of the truths obtained through divine revelation; ~ 6 1, 1 | inasmuch as its principles are obtained by revelation: thus we ~ 7 1, 2 | knowledge of that cause can be obtained. Yet from every effect the ~ 8 1, 12 | knowledge of God can be obtained than by ~natural reason?~ 9 1, 12 | knowledge of God is not obtained ~than by natural reason. 10 1, 12 | Moses, who nevertheless ~obtained a certain excellence by 11 1, 32 | the divine persons can be obtained by ~natural reason.~Aquin.: 12 1, 33 | forasmuch as they have ~obtained possession of the heritage 13 1, 62 | Para. 1/1~Whether the angel obtained beatitude immediately after 14 1, 65 | building, which could not be obtained except by the different 15 1, 67 | speech to all knowledge obtained through the ~other senses. 16 1, 67 | is applied to knowledge obtained through the ~intellect, 17 1, 63 | Para. 1/1~Whether the angel obtained beatitude immediately after 18 1, 66 | building, which could not be obtained except by the different 19 1, 68 | speech to all knowledge obtained through the ~other senses. 20 1, 68 | is applied to knowledge obtained through the ~intellect, 21 1, 78 | 2). And when once it has obtained something for certain, as 22 1, 96 | 4) Whether he would have obtained immortality by the tree 23 2, 2 | material goods, which can be ~obtained for money. But we should 24 2, 4 | Therefore, Happiness once obtained, ~rectitude of the will 25 2, 5 | Therefore Happiness is obtained ~through works.~Aquin.: 26 2, 5 | man in the natural order, obtained it, according to the order 27 2, 23 | of present evil is good obtained, which can be ~no longer 28 2, 23 | Nor, when once ~good is obtained, does there remain any other 29 2, 23 | appetite's repose in the good obtained; which repose belongs to 30 2, 23 | Thirdly, when the good is obtained, it causes the appetite 31 2, 23 | as it were, in the good obtained: and this belongs to the 32 2, 23 | respect of good not yet obtained, we have "hope" and "despair." 33 2, 23 | But in ~respect of good obtained there is no irascible passion: 34 2, 29 | because the ~universal is obtained by abstraction from individual 35 2, 30 | these bodily goods, when obtained, do not last for ever, but ~ 36 2, 31 | for their object a good obtained, ~as delight has. Wherefore 37 2, 31 | same object, namely, a good obtained. Therefore joy is ~altogether 38 2, 32 | A[1]), the good which is obtained and is actually ~possessed, 39 2, 32 | the knowledge of having obtained it. Wherefore the action 40 2, 40 | Hope regards a good to be obtained; security regards an ~evil 41 2, 44 | hope of good things to be obtained. Therefore ~fear is not 42 2, 76 | clear from 1 Tim. 1:13: "I obtained . . ~. mercy . . . because 43 2, 89 | according to 1 Tim. 1:13: "I obtained the ~mercy of God, because 44 2, 98 | Reply OBJ 3: The Gentiles obtained salvation more perfectly 45 2, 109 | Whether one who has already obtained grace, can, of himself and 46 2, 109 | that whoever has already obtained grace, can by ~himself and 47 2, 109 | sin. Hence a man who has obtained grace can do the above two 48 2, 109 | Further, if a man who has obtained grace needs further aid 49 2, 109 | grace, even though he has obtained this ~first help of grace. 50 2, 112 | principles that certitude is ~obtained concerning demonstrative 51 2, 2 | Further, many gentiles obtained salvation through the ministry 52 2, 2 | saints "by faith . ~. . obtained promises," which would not 53 2, 8 | the end, it has not yet obtained the gift of understanding, 54 2, 10 | and contumelious; but I obtained . . . mercy . . . ~because 55 2, 16 | help by ~which that good is obtained. Now the good which a man 56 2, 16 | something arduous, to be obtained by ~another's help, as stated 57 2, 16 | God, as to a good to be obtained ~finally, and as to a helper 58 2, 17 | Therefore, after they have obtained it, they can hope to ~continue 59 2, 19 | which was not due to be obtained by ~him; for instance, if 60 2, 27 | perfect or imperfect, is ~obtained according to the measure 61 2, 28 | sacrifices God's favor is obtained."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[30] A[ 62 2, 30 | sacrifices God's ~favor is obtained." Therefore almsgiving is 63 2, 30 | kept by the person who has obtained possession of ~it; as in 64 2, 32 | follows pleasure when one has obtained what one desired. ~And since 65 2, 41 | so far as this end can be obtained, which is not the ~case 66 2, 60 | because that man had not obtained the benefice and ~might 67 2, 68 | certitude of the truth ~is not obtained by the assertions of two 68 2, 70 | very few, for words have obtained the ~chief place among men 69 2, 81 | him, secondly, as to be obtained through him. In the ~first 70 2, 81 | which is possible to be obtained by ~prayer. Secondly, that 71 2, 81 | thereby the end is better obtained: and thus ~attention is 72 2, 81 | grace, since even grace is obtained by ~means of prayer according 73 2, 83 | sacrifices God's favor is obtained." Now ~it belongs to charity, 74 2, 84 | sacrifices'] God's favor is ~obtained. Much more therefore are 75 2, 85 | matter a custom that has obtained for a long time must be ~ 76 2, 86 | of the victory ~which he obtained, and because it is probable 77 2, 98 | whereby man's favor is ~obtained or the contrary avoided. 78 2, 98 | happens that one who has obtained the ~episcopate by simony 79 2, 98 | bound to resign the benefice obtained together with ~fruits still 80 2, 106 | chiefly to some good, ~to be obtained by means of the punishment 81 2, 116 | external goods that can ~be obtained by money, such as pleasures, 82 2, 116 | those things ~that can be obtained by means of those possessions.~ 83 2, 121 | temporal advantage to be obtained, such ~as honor, pleasure, 84 2, 122 | these babes in being slain obtained by ~God's grace the glory 85 2, 152 | Solomon, who while asleep obtained the gift ~of wisdom from 86 2, 176 | whereby eternal life is obtained."~~ 87 2, 178 | he strives; when ~he has obtained it, other things being equal, 88 2, 183 | which he ~has taken and obtained by violence from the common 89 2, 185 | necessary as the end cannot be ~obtained without it. Consequently 90 2, 186 | sacrifices God's favor is obtained." And ~since it belongs 91 3, 7 | perfection which one has already ~obtained; as heat, which was a disposition 92 3, 13 | understand by a likeness obtained from ~another, so also may 93 3, 13 | also may we act by a form obtained from another, as water or ~ 94 3, 15 | comprehensor from having already obtained beatitude, according to 95 3, 22 | sacrifice itself. But Christ obtained a result ~from His passion, 96 3, 27 | Christ rising again, none obtained immortality of the flesh, 97 3, 28 | soon as His mercy has been obtained. In this ~sense those things 98 3, 38 | baptism of John, but to be ~obtained through subsequent penance 99 3, 39 | dove: "but when we have obtained grace we ~must look forward 100 3, 49 | wrought works of justice, obtained by faith the entering into ~ 101 3, 49 | into the Holies, having obtained eternal redemption." ~And 102 3, 59 | habitual grace: and yet He obtained it from merit, so that, 103 3, 64 | sacrifices God's favor is ~obtained." But the wicked do not 104 3, 66 | sacrament: for it can easily be obtained ~everywhere.~Aquin.: SMT 105 3, 68 | Whom alone can salvation be obtained.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[68] A[ 106 3, 80 | species; nay, rather they obtained ~forgiveness of their sins, 107 3, 84 | s forgiveness cannot ~be obtained without the priestly supplications: 108 Suppl, 30| effect of a sacrament can be ~obtained without actually receiving 109 Suppl, 30| sacrament), yet it ~never can be obtained without the purpose of receiving 110 Suppl, 34| made of the ~reward to be obtained if it be administered faithfully. 111 Suppl, 36| the degree of Orders is obtained by mere merit of life?~( 112 Suppl, 36| since such ~knowledge is obtained easily and from many persons, 113 Suppl, 65| of ~marriage could not be obtained without difficulty: and 114 Suppl, 71| blessed ~Gregory, and thus obtained the grace whereby he received 115 Suppl, 72| which would ~not have been obtained by the prayers of one.~Aquin.: 116 Suppl, 76| it behooves the end to be obtained by the selfsame thing that ~ 117 Suppl, 81| we have in view cannot be obtained by ~us, or not so well, 118 Suppl, 87| redeem mankind, and thereby obtained judicial power, it is ~evident 119 Suppl, 88| end ceases when the end is obtained. Therefore either the movement 120 Suppl, 90| merit by which they ~have obtained that beatitude. In the first 121 Suppl, 96| those who after sinning have obtained forgiveness by their ~works 122 Appen1, 1| have ~been baptized and obtained eternal life: for this is


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