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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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possesses

    Part, Question
1 1, 1 | has been divinely revealed possesses the one ~precise formality 2 1, 7 | everything actually existing possesses a form; and thus ~its matter 3 1, 8 | because the rational creature possesses this prerogative by grace, 4 1, 12 | proportional to the nature which ~possesses it. Hence no power of that 5 1, 12 | certain matter. ~Now our soul possesses two cognitive powers; one 6 1, 12 | object desired. Hence he ~who possesses the more charity, will see 7 1, 13 | is like Him so far as it possesses some perfection; yet it 8 1, 14 | knowledge of Himself, he ~possesses both speculative and practical 9 1, 16 | stone is called true, which possesses the nature proper to a stone, ~ 10 1, 18 | which, in what it naturally possesses, is not determined ~by another, 11 1, 20 | whatever perfection it possesses. Now it has ~been shown 12 1, 22 | right ~reason of which He possesses, does belong to God, according 13 1, 25 | any genus of being; ~but possesses within itself the perfection 14 1, 26 | sufficiency of the good which it possesses, to which it is ~competent 15 1, 26 | contemplative happiness, God possesses a ~continual and most certain 16 1, 26 | De Consol. iii, 10), He ~possesses joy in Himself and all things 17 1, 26 | and in place of fame, He possesses the ~admiration of all creatures.~ 18 1, 27 | 2: Further, every nature possesses but one mode of ~self-communication; 19 1, 33 | God. But the Son of God possesses a position of singularity 20 1, 39 | requires ~that in God, He "who possesses" and "what is possessed" 21 1, 39 | be the same. So ~He who possesses Godhead, which is signified 22 1, 39 | divine essence as in ~Him Who possesses it, just as the name "man" 23 1, 39 | divine essence in Him that possesses ~it, from its mode of signification 24 1, 42 | true to say that the Son possesses whatever dignity ~the Father 25 1, 42 | to beget; while the Son ~possesses the power of "receiving," 26 1, 44 | by ~one First Being, Who possesses being most perfectly.~Aquin.: 27 1, 56 | Therefore, since the angel possesses only knowledge which ~is 28 1, 56 | But if it always actually possesses the species, it can ~thereby 29 1, 56 | is not so, for there it possesses only an intelligible existence. 30 1, 57 | have said that the angel possesses knowledge of ~singulars, 31 1, 58 | knowledge; secondly, as "when it possesses the habit of knowledge, 32 1, 64 | akin to ~darkness, yet it possesses some light: but when the 33 1, 66 | alone which it actually possesses. Nor does it concern the 34 1, 39 | requires ~that in God, He "who possesses" and "what is possessed" 35 1, 39 | be the same. So ~He who possesses Godhead, which is signified 36 1, 39 | divine essence as in ~Him Who possesses it, just as the name "man" 37 1, 39 | divine essence in Him that possesses ~it, from its mode of signification 38 1, 42 | true to say that the Son possesses whatever dignity ~the Father 39 1, 42 | to beget; while the Son ~possesses the power of "receiving," 40 1, 45 | by ~one First Being, Who possesses being most perfectly.~Aquin.: 41 1, 57 | Therefore, since the angel possesses only knowledge which ~is 42 1, 57 | But if it always actually possesses the species, it can ~thereby 43 1, 57 | is not so, for there it possesses only an intelligible existence. 44 1, 58 | have said that the angel possesses knowledge of ~singulars, 45 1, 59 | knowledge; secondly, as "when it possesses the habit of knowledge, 46 1, 65 | akin to ~darkness, yet it possesses some light: but when the 47 1, 67 | alone which it actually possesses. Nor does it concern the 48 1, 88 | intellectual ~substance possesses intellective power by the 49 1, 92 | an image, so far as it ~possesses any sort of likeness to 50 1, 92 | First, inasmuch as man possesses a natural aptitude for ~ 51 1, 92 | the ~soul turns to God, or possesses a nature that enables it 52 1, 94 | Holy Ghost." But whoever possesses grace ~has the Holy Ghost. 53 1, 95 | particular acts; whereas man possesses a universal prudence as ~ 54 1, 96 | to say, either because it possesses no matter, ~like an angel; 55 1, 96 | an angel; or because it possesses matter that is in potentiality 56 1, 96 | soul by reason of ~what it possesses in common with other souls - 57 1, 103 | enlightens it. For as the sun possesses light by its nature, and 58 1, 105 | points the knowledge which he possesses in the universal. This ~ 59 1, 105 | to diffuse the good it possesses to others; for it is of 60 1, 106 | another when the angel who possesses the ~concept refers it by 61 1, 107 | nor from that which it possesses ~in excess, but from that 62 1, 109 | by ~angels. For whatever possesses a determinate mode of action, 63 2, 3 | and such a man already possesses some ~good - i.e. a good 64 2, 4 | since ~it is the same that possesses a thing and reposes therein.~ 65 2, 4 | delight in them, ~since he possesses perfect delight in the operation 66 2, 4 | consideration; because man possesses in God a sufficiency of 67 2, 5 | losing the good that he possesses. If ~this opinion be true, 68 2, 5 | Because every good that one possesses and yet wishes to be without, 69 2, 22 | approaches the more light it possesses. But in things ~that relate 70 2, 27 | another, ~that which he possesses himself, or would like to 71 2, 31 | delight in that which is possesses. For though delight is a ~ 72 2, 33 | this ~happens when a man possesses a thing which is perfect 73 2, 35 | viewed as accepting what it possesses, and in ~every sorrow, as 74 2, 59 | desire to have good that one possesses not, may be ~consistent 75 2, 63 | justice, humility, which man ~possesses naturally."~Aquin.: SMT 76 2, 65 | those ~other virtues he possesses these in proximate potentiality. 77 2, 66 | virtue will be greater which possesses more ~certain knowledge. 78 2, 67 | intellectual vision, for science possesses certitude which ~results 79 2, 68 | possession, ~whereas he possesses the latter imperfectly, 80 2, 68 | another. Thus the sun which possesses light perfectly, can shine 81 2, 100 | possess charity, and when he possesses ~it, he can use it. Secondly, 82 2, 109 | Hence even a man who already possesses grace needs ~a further assistance 83 2, 4 | love, unless the ~intellect possesses right faith about Him.~Aquin.: 84 2, 24 | disposal of the good it possesses. ~Hence the Philosopher 85 2, 50 | an end, since there ~man possesses the last end. Therefore 86 2, 64 | being?" Now whatever man possesses ~naturally, he can fittingly 87 2, 71 | the life which he already ~possesses: after this comes adultery, 88 2, 84 | of whatever he lawfully possesses?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[86] A[ 89 2, 84 | of whatever he ~lawfully possesses. According to human law [* 90 2, 84 | consequently what she takes she ~possesses lawfully. Yet it is not 91 2, 84 | oblation of whatever one possesses lawfully.~Aquin.: SMT SS 92 2, 84 | it is evident that a man possesses ~lawfully the price of a 93 2, 84 | substance." Now whatever a man possesses lawfully belongs to his ~ 94 2, 84 | oblations of whatever he possesses ~lawfully.~Aquin.: SMT SS 95 2, 84 | an oblation of what one ~possesses lawfully; for instance if 96 2, 85 | tithes. Now whatever man possesses comes ~under the designation 97 2, 85 | be paid on ~whatever one possesses.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[87] A[ 98 2, 87 | whereby man believes that God possesses unerring truth and ~universal 99 2, 115 | others are the goods he possesses, which are ~denoted by the 100 2, 116 | measure in the things he possesses. But this measure is appointed 101 2, 116 | pleasure in the fact that he possesses riches: wherefore it is 102 2, 127 | something great which he possesses through ~the gift of God; 103 2, 171 | ix, 11) that "the soul possesses a certain likeness of the 104 2, 171 | natural ~reason. Now one who possesses a science by his natural 105 2, 183 | of clerics. Now he that possesses the Lord, can have nothing ~ 106 2, 184 | a ~man to give up all he possesses; since the Apostle (2 Cor. 107 3, 7 | grace when anyone fully possesses grace according to ~his 108 3, 21 | of all the good that He possesses in ~the human nature. Now 109 3, 50 | OBJ 3: The soul formally possesses the life-giving energy, 110 3, 54 | according to its substance possesses the ~kingdom of God, according 111 3, 57 | That which is best and possesses its good without movement ~ 112 3, 58 | all other creatures, and possesses over ~all other creatures 113 3, 75 | part of the agent, which possesses ~infinite power: wherefore 114 3, 76 | sacrament: because whatever ~possesses unfailing existence of itself, 115 3, 78 | 4]), that ~this sentence possesses the power of effecting the 116 Suppl, 29| there is no doubt that it ~possesses an enlightening and cleansing 117 Suppl, 92| Father, as endowing, since He possesses authority; and fatherhood ~


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