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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 82 | of this work (FS, Q[85], seqq.; Q[109]).~Aquin.: SMT FP 2 1, 83 | related in the Meno (xv seqq.) of Plato, concerning a 3 1, 92 | Augustine (De Trin. xi, 2 seqq.) assigns the trinity in ~ 4 1, 96 | a soul; Cf. 1 Cor. 15:44 seqq.], through having its life ~ 5 1, 112 | Rabsaces, as related Is. 37:2 seqq.: this would be the literal 6 1, 115 | Augustine says (De Trin. iii, 1 ~seqq.). Therefore all things 7 2, 4 | of this ~work (SS, Q[82], seqq.).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[4] A[ 8 2, 31 | De Civ. Dei ix, 2; xiv, 5 seqq) reckons ~delight, joy, 9 2, 41 | Augustine (De Civ. Dei xiv, 5, seqq.) reckons fear ~among the 10 2, 49 | powers in the FP, Q[77], ~seqq., it remains for us to consider 11 2, 50 | said above (Q[49], AA[2] seqq.), habit is a ~disposition 12 2, 57 | of them later (SS, Q[48], seqq.).~ 13 2, 59 | as stated in Ethic. v, 1, seqq.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[59] A[ 14 2, 60 | Ethic. ii, 3,7; ~v, 1, seqq.).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[60] 15 2, 62 | is written (Ecclus. 2:8, seqq.): "Ye that fear the Lord ~ 16 2, 65 | clear from 1 Cor. 13:4, seqq.: "Charity is ~patient, 17 2, 69 | recited by Matthew (v 3, seqq.) to the gifts of the Holy ~ 18 2, 69 | commentary on Luke 6:20, seqq., ascribes the ~beatitudes 19 2, 69 | been said (Q[68], AA[1],3, seqq.). Therefore there cannot 20 2, 70 | enumerates (Gal. 5:19, ~seqq.). Because contraries are 21 2, 73 | in Phys. vii, text. 30, seqq. Therefore one sin is not 22 2, 73 | Our Lord says (Mt. 5:20, seqq.) abundant justice restrains 23 2, 81 | Apostle declares (Rm. 5:15, seqq). But the gift of Christ 24 2, 81 | states (Gen. ad lit. x, 18, seqq.).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[81] 25 2, 83 | says (De Civ. Dei xiv, 16, seqq., 24) that ~the infection 26 2, 87 | It is written (Job 4:7, seqq.): "Who ever perished ~innocent? 27 2, 95 | human law (Etym. v, 4, seqq.). For under this law he 28 2, 95 | by Isidore (Etym. v, 4, seqq.).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[95] 29 2, 96 | according to Is. 10:1 et seqq.: "Woe to them that make 30 2, 98 | Apostle says (Rm. ~7:8, seqq.): "Without the law sin 31 2, 100 | Lord proves (Mt. 12:3, ~seqq.).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] 32 2, 100 | of blasphemy (Lev. 24:15, seqq) and the prohibition of 33 2, 102 | is clear from Gn. 1:20, seqq. Now death is opposed to 34 2, 102 | regards birds (Lev. 1:15, seqq.).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[101] 35 2, 102 | laid down in Lev. 7:15, seqq.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[101] A[ 36 2, 102 | Apostle ~says (Heb. 9:6, seqq.): because into that tabernacle " 37 2, 102 | of ~the Law (Ex. 20:24, seqq.) when the Lord commanded 38 2, 102 | it is stated ~(Num. 19:7, seqq.) that the priest who immolated 39 2, 102 | Lord ordered (Ex. 30:18, seqq.) the making of a brazen 40 2, 102 | Ex. 28 [*Cf. Lev. 8:7, ~seqq.]. It seems, moreover, unreasonable 41 2, 102 | as stated in Lev. ~21:17, seqq.: "Whosoever of thy seed 42 2, 102 | is clear from Ex. 12:43, seqq.: and, as to the priests, 43 2, 102 | by the Apostle (Rm. 4:9, seqq.) thus: "He received ~the 44 2, 102 | the words of Lev. 14:3, ~seqq., where it was said that 45 2, 102 | unsuitably prescribed (Dt. 6:8, ~seqq.) that they should "bind" 46 2, 102 | entry"; and (Num. ~15:38, seqq.) that they should "make 47 2, 102 | seeds"; and (Dt. ~22:9, seqq.): "Thou shalt sow thy vineyard 48 2, 102 | commandment of the Law ~(Dt. 7:25, seqq.). It also seems an absurd 49 2, 102 | for so doing (Tob. 1:20, seqq.). In like manner it is ~ 50 2, 102 | Apostle states (1 Cor. ~9:4, seqq.). Again, we should not 51 2, 103 | Jerome (Super Galat. ii, 11, ~seqq.) distinguished two periods 52 2, 105 | Silonite (3 Kgs. 11:29, seqq.).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[105] 53 2, 105 | very beginning (Dt. 17:14, seqq.): and then ~He determined 54 2, 105 | punished: thus (Num. 15:32, seqq.) a man is stoned for gathering 55 2, 105 | sabbath day: and (Dt. 21:18, seqq.) the unruly son is commanded 56 2, 105 | as ~stated in Dt. 15:7, seqq. Secondly, by forbidding 57 2, 105 | as stated in Dt. 19:16, seqq.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[105] A[ 58 2, 105 | is written ~(Dt. 22:25, seqq.) that a damsel who suffers 59 2, 105 | unfittingly commanded (Dt. 21:18, seqq.) that a father should bring ~ 60 2, 105 | Lord forbade them (Dt. 7:3, seqq.) to make marriages ~with 61 2, 105 | strange nations (Dt. 21:10, seqq.).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[105] 62 2, 105 | wife's adultery (Num. 5:12, seqq.). ~Consequently it seems 63 2, 105 | married to anyone (Ex. 21:7, seqq.). ~Moreover, with regard 64 2, 105 | their clothes ~(Ex. 21:2, seqq.): and furthermore it was 65 2, 105 | wife of a crime (Dt. 22:13, seqq.). Also that a man's hatred 66 2, 105 | detrimental to his son (Dt. 21:15, seqq.). Again, that a ~man should 67 2, 105 | it is written (Ex. 12:26, seqq.): ~"When your children 68 2, 105 | is written (Lev. ~25:39, seqq.): "If thy brother, constrained 69 2, 106 | states clearly (Rm. 8:2, ~seqq.) where, after speaking 70 2, 107 | clearly stated in Mt. 5:31, seqq., according to ~Augustine' 71 2, 108 | as Paul ~did (1 Cor. 9:4, seqq.).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[108] 72 2, 110 | we spoke ~above (Q[55], seqq.) are dispositions, whereby 73 2, 48 | man rules ~himself (Q[47], seqq.), it remains for us to 74 2, 57 | shown further on (Q[64], seqq.). ~Therefore whoever does 75 2, 67 | shown above (Q[55], AA[3], seqq.). His conduct in the former 76 2, 70 | have spoken above ~(Q[64], seqq.). Secondly, when a man 77 2, 80 | enumerated above (FP, QQ[78], seqq.; FS, Q[23], A[4]). Therefore 78 2, 81 | the Fathers" (ix, cap. 11, seqq.) we read: ~"Supplication 79 2, 82 | looked to the east (Ex. 26:18 seqq.). ~Therefore for the same 80 2, 85 | says the same (1 Cor. 9:4 seqq.). But the fixing of the 81 2, 87 | Paul lied not (2 Cor. 1:15, seqq.) though he went ~not to 82 2, 87 | qu. 6, can. Auctoritatem, seqq.: Cap. Si vero, de ~Jurejurando]. 83 2, 87 | his ~wife's (Num. 30:6, seqq.), as stated above with 84 2, 93 | commentary on Mich. 3:9, seqq. that "divination is always 85 2, 122 | stated above (Q[123], A[1], seqq.), it belongs to ~fortitude 86 2, 135 | as appears from Rm. 5:15, seqq. Now "before sin ~man was 87 2, 152 | of this work ~(XP, Q[50], seqq.), where we shall treat 88 2, 156 | wrote on anger (De Ira i, 9, seqq.). Therefore it seems that ~ 89 2, 159 | Further, Anselm (De Simil. ci, seqq.) gives seven degrees of ~ 90 2, 160 | Eadmer, ~De Similit. xxii, seqq.] divides the uplifting 91 2, 160 | Grad. Humil. et Superb. x, seqq.] also reckons twelve degrees 92 2, 169 | instance, cf. 2 Kgs. 7:3 seqq.], and ~from Him they hear 93 2, 172 | wayfarer [*Cf. ~TP, QQ[9], seqq.]. Consequently the notion 94 2, 173 | explanation (Gen. ad lit. xii, 3 ~seqq.) for this reason that the 95 2, 183 | According to 1 Cor. 12:4 seqq., "there are diversities 96 2, 187 | It is written (Ex. 26:3, seqq. [*St. Thomas quotes the ~ 97 3, 14 | above (Q[7], A[9]; Q[9], ~seqq.). Hence, His body also 98 3, 59 | world [*See XP, ~QQ[88], seqq.]. For the present it will 99 3, 84 | necessity ~of Baptism (Jn. 3:3, seqq.), we shall see that this 100 3, 84 | Apostle says (Heb. 6:4, seqq.): "It is impossible for ~ 101 Suppl, 14| of Achab (3 Kgs. 21:27, seqq.), as also the ~acquisition 102 Suppl, 23| the law (Can. Praecipue, seqq., caus. xi) a ~man may incur 103 Suppl, 39| the Old Law ~(Lev. 21:18, seqq.). Much more therefore should 104 Suppl, 43| is blamed in James 4:13, ~seqq. But there should be nothing 105 Suppl, 53| assert (cap. Joannes et seqq., De cler. conjug.), then 106 Suppl, 56| prohibition [*Can. Omnes quos, and seqq., Caus. xxx] was made.~Aquin.: 107 Suppl, 59| as evidenced by Dt. 21:10 seqq.: "If thou go out to the ~ 108 Suppl, 65| according to the Law (Dt. 21:11, seqq.) a bondswoman gained her ~ 109 Suppl, 65| Apostle ~explains (Gal. 4:22, seqq.). Again, that this son 110 Suppl, 65| did not inherit (Rm. 9:13, seqq.). In like manner on ~account 111 Suppl, 72| Apostle argues (1 Cor. 15:12, seqq.) that if Christ ~rose again, 112 Suppl, 79| in De Anima ii, text. 38, seqq., for the heat of fire in 113 Suppl, 88| subject to him [*Ps. ~8:5, seqq.]. Now they serve man in 114 Suppl, 90| operation [*Cf. FS, Q[3], A[2], seqq.], the soul's happiness 115 Appen1, 1| as stated in ~Rm. 5:15, seqq. Hence it does not follow


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