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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 3 | primary matter. Now all these ~contain manifest untruth; since 2 1, 4 | Consequently, He must contain within ~Himself the whole 3 1, 5 | primary ~matter does not contain the formality of goodness. 4 1, 8 | things, but rather does He contain them. Therefore God is ~ 5 1, 8 | nevertheless, spiritual things contain those ~things in which they 6 1, 10 | consequently its measure does not contain "before" and "after." We 7 1, 12 | that no finite being can contain Him ~infinitely, in the 8 1, 13 | called univocal because they contain one idea. ~Now when a Catholic 9 1, 41 | birth of God cannot but ~contain that nature from which it 10 1, 43 | Sacraments of the New Law contain grace, and it is ~not said 11 1, 50 | of material things which contain a twofold ~composition. 12 1, 66 | perfect ~than others, and contain these others virtually in 13 1, 76 | because rather does ~the soul contain the body and make it one, 14 1, 76 | souls, so does it virtually contain ~all inferior forms, and 15 1, 41 | birth of God cannot but ~contain that nature from which it 16 1, 43 | Sacraments of the New Law contain grace, and it is ~not said 17 1, 51 | of material things which contain a twofold ~composition. 18 1, 67 | perfect ~than others, and contain these others virtually in 19 1, 75 | because rather does ~the soul contain the body and make it one, 20 1, 75 | souls, so does it virtually contain ~all inferior forms, and 21 2, 18 | specific nature may not contain ~all that belongs to the 22 2, 18 | species that does not, cannot, contain an individual. But an ~action 23 2, 45 | that "those ~whose lungs contain much blood, are more daring, 24 2, 73 | therein: wherefore those which contain a greater inordinateness 25 2, 77 | this general proposition to contain, for example, the ~particular 26 2, 88 | venial because it does not contain anything either partially 27 2, 94 | the universal principles, contain the truth ~without fail. 28 2, 94 | natural law, since ~they contain many things that are above 29 2, 99 | is no need for the Law to contain ceremonial precepts ~about 30 2, 100 | observance. Therefore it should contain others also, ~pertaining 31 2, 100 | that the Divine law should contain in the first place precepts 32 2, 100 | there by ~any precepts which contain the very preservation of 33 2, 100 | and virtue, such precepts contain the intention ~of the lawgiver, 34 2, 100 | the former precepts which contain the intention of the ~lawgiver. 35 2, 100 | precepts of the decalogue contain the very intention of the ~ 36 2, 100 | which direct ~us to God, contain the very order to the common 37 2, 100 | precepts of the second table contain the order of justice ~to 38 2, 100 | essence ~of justice which they contain, are unchangeable: but as 39 2, 101 | especially as the Law does not contain many instances of the ~lighting 40 2, 101 | sublimity of the truth they contain: ~and therefore in both 41 2, 101 | that ~the Old Law should contain many ceremonial precepts. 42 2, 101 | sacrifices of the Old Law did not contain Christ, but ~foreshadowed 43 2, 102 | heavens of heavens cannot contain Thee, how much less this 44 2, 102 | set up, not in order to contain God, as abiding ~therein 45 2, 103 | Old Law could not really contain in ~themselves a power flowing 46 2, 103 | sacraments of the New Law contain. Consequently they could ~ 47 2, 103 | the fact that they do ~not contain grace within themselves.~ 48 2, 106 | OBJ 1: The Gospel writings contain only such things as pertain 49 2, 108 | Therefore the New Law should not contain prohibitions and ~commands 50 2, 108 | Therefore Christ's words contain all things ~necessary for 51 2, 1 | Now ~the symbol does not contain propositions, but things: 52 2, 1 | Christian faith are said to contain distinct articles, ~in so 53 2, 1 | articles of faith should contain some work appropriated to ~ 54 2, 5 | science, viz. geometry, contain many conclusions. Now a 55 2, 15 | that the Old Law could ~contain precepts relating to the 56 2, 21 | seems that the Law should contain no precept of hope.~Aquin.: 57 2, 21 | seems ~that the Law should contain no precept of hope.~Aquin.: 58 2, 25 | commandments of the decalogue contain a special ~precept about 59 2, 30 | Decalogue. But these precepts contain no reference to almsgiving. ~ 60 2, 47 | matters of action, which contain many combinations of ~circumstances, 61 2, 54 | the Gospel ~teaching to contain precepts also of prudence.~ 62 2, 54 | fitting that the Law should contain precepts forbidding the ~ 63 2, 58 | written ~laws sometimes contain injustice, according to 64 2, 58 | written law does indeed contain natural right, ~but it does 65 2, 62 | martyrs: if however it ~contain no manifest injustice, he 66 2, 62 | the Decretals [*Dist. 1] contain several canons ~prescribing 67 2, 64 | harm, or again for such as contain some horrible deformity. ~ 68 2, 86 | his vow is understood to contain the ~requisite condition, 69 2, 86 | subject to another's power contain an ~implied condition, namely, 70 2, 87 | or the ~present, should contain the truth, so too ought 71 2, 94 | one should ~beware lest it contain strange words, for fear 72 2, 94 | should take care lest it contain anything false, because 73 2, 94 | besides the sacred words it ~contain something vain, for instance 74 2, 103 | the commandments of God contain the precept of obedience 75 2, 108 | also say that her words ~contain truth in some mystical sense.~ 76 2, 120 | ceremonial precepts of the Law contain "sacred ~things, sacrifices, 77 2, 120 | precepts, they ought to contain ~some reference to piety 78 2, 138 | unsuitable for the Divine Law to contain none but ~negative precepts 79 2, 146 | Decalogue, but only those which contain injustice: ~because the 80 2, 152 | affinity does not, of itself, ~contain any deformity, else it would 81 2, 153 | desire to do a good, and contain oneself from doing it. Therefore ~ 82 2, 153 | with reason, he is said to contain himself. Now ~whatever pertains 83 2, 153 | best and most difficult to ~contain oneself, namely desires 84 2, 170 | deemed the human soul ~to contain a certain power of divination." 85 2, 185 | wherefore if their rule contain nothing about ~manual labor, 86 3, 1 | universe of things cannot contain. ~Therefore it would seem 87 3, 28 | Him Whom the ~world cannot contain." ~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[28] 88 3, 42 | think, would not be able to contain the books that ~should be 89 3, 42 | space the world could not contain them . . . ~but that by 90 3, 43 | believed that ~what they contain expresses the king's will.~ 91 3, 61 | But our ~sacraments both contain and cause grace: consequently 92 3, 62 | Whether the sacraments contain grace?~(4) Whether there 93 3, 62 | sacraments of the New Law contain grace?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 94 3, 62 | sacraments of the New Law do not contain grace. ~For it seems that 95 3, 62 | sacraments of the New Law do not contain ~grace.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 96 3, 62 | the body; rather does ~it contain the body. Since, therefore, 97 3, 62 | say that the sacraments contain grace.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 98 3, 65 | whereas ~the other sacraments contain a certain instrumental power 99 3, 70 | hand circumcision did not contain the perfection of salvation, 100 3, 72 | sacramental ~form should contain whatever belongs to the 101 3, 75 | namely, that it should contain Christ Himself ~crucified, 102 3, 86 | that such a sin does not contain in itself any ~motive for 103 3, 87 | are said to be taken away, contain either no ~punishment at 104 Suppl, 18| of their sanctification, contain an invisible grace." Now 105 Suppl, 29| Reply OBJ 3: The form should contain mention of the principal 106 Suppl, 37| power is understood to ~contain the other; wherefore the 107 Suppl, 58| above (Q[50]). But they contain no mention ~of madness. 108 Suppl, 71| fasting does not by its nature contain anything ~pertaining to 109 Suppl, 72| Hebrews: and, indeed, they contain very ~little likelihood. ~ 110 Suppl, 77| rise full, since thus they contain ~impurities, nor empty, 111 Suppl, 77| of that seed; unless it contain something that would ~have 112 Suppl, 79| rise again, for they will contain flesh ~and bones and like 113 Suppl, 80| surface of the body will contain it, ~and this is essential 114 Suppl, 81| for one point of place to contain ~things that are locally 115 Suppl, 85| promise would not be able to contain the multitude of those who 116 Suppl, 85| space, however great, to contain the multitude of those who 117 Suppl, 93| which, in their very selves, contain ~intense pleasure or difficulty: 118 Suppl, 94| hollow great enough to ~contain all the bodies of the damned.~


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