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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 1 | treated of ~by this one single sacred science under one 2 1, 3 | potentiality. For ~although in any single thing that passes from potentiality 3 1, 3 | can be ~predicated of any single one of its parts. And this 4 1, 4 | God exists not ~in any single mode, but embraces all being 5 1, 7 | number is ~opposed to any single species of multitude. Hence 6 1, 39 | Himself," or it indicates a single relation, and thus ~points 7 1, 47 | represents it better than any single creature whatever.~Aquin.: 8 1, 47 | whereas He did not make each single creature best, but one ~ 9 1, 48 | not what is best in every single part, except in order to 10 1, 54 | experience when we know ~single objects through the senses: 11 1, 54 | the angels likewise know single ~objects, as we shall show ( 12 1, 56 | Further, an angel is a single substance, otherwise he 13 1, 56 | act, since acts belong to single subsistences. But nothing 14 1, 56 | subsistences. But nothing single is ~intelligible. Therefore, 15 1, 56 | We have no knowledge of single corporeal things, not ~because 16 1, 56 | Accordingly, if there be any single ~things subsisting without 17 1, 57 | things?~(2) Whether they know single things?~(3) Whether they 18 1, 65 | example, that there is a single separate substance, which 19 1, 75 | otherwise than as one of a single ~species; thus, supposing 20 1, 76 | souls there would be but a single ~remainder. This is heretical; 21 1, 39 | Himself," or it indicates a single relation, and thus ~points 22 1, 48 | represents it better than any single creature whatever.~Aquin.: 23 1, 48 | whereas He did not make each single creature best, but one ~ 24 1, 49 | not what is best in every single part, except in order to 25 1, 55 | experience when we know ~single objects through the senses: 26 1, 55 | the angels likewise know single ~objects, as we shall show ( 27 1, 57 | Further, an angel is a single substance, otherwise he 28 1, 57 | act, since acts belong to single subsistences. But nothing 29 1, 57 | subsistences. But nothing single is ~intelligible. Therefore, 30 1, 57 | We have no knowledge of single corporeal things, not ~because 31 1, 57 | Accordingly, if there be any single ~things subsisting without 32 1, 58 | things?~(2) Whether they know single things?~(3) Whether they 33 1, 66 | example, that there is a single separate substance, which 34 1, 74 | otherwise than as one of a single ~species; thus, supposing 35 1, 75 | souls there would be but a single ~remainder. This is heretical; 36 1, 77 | suchlike. Therefore it is not a single ~sense but several. Therefore 37 1, 92 | all, and adapted to ~each single thing, just as the good 38 1, 109 | immediate presiding over single bodies, but only ~over the 39 1, 112 | to each man is assigned a single guardian angel?~(3) Whether 40 1, 116 | blazing ~eyes, who by a single look bewitch others, especially 41 2, 12 | Mt. 6:22): "If thy eye be single, thy ~whole body shall be 42 2, 13 | respect, it can apprehend any single one ~of such goods as to 43 2, 18 | evil results from any single defect, but good from the 44 2, 18 | evil is caused ~by each single defect." Now every circumstance 45 2, 20 | a thing to be evil, one single defect suffices, whereas, 46 2, 23 | one common object of a ~single power, differ as the species 47 2, 26 | all things"; since each single thing ~has a connaturalness 48 2, 49 | of the elements in one ~single fixed way, are not called 49 2, 50 | Wherefore if there were but one ~single "possible" intellect of 50 2, 51 | while the reason judges in a single act, what should be ~willed 51 2, 51 | science can be caused by a single act of the reason, so far 52 2, 60 | outward things; hence, one single ~object of the passions, 53 2, 71 | evil results from ~each single defect," as Dionysius states ( 54 2, 72 | evil results from ~each single defect." Now individual 55 2, 73 | if it were covered by a ~single shade shutting out all the 56 2, 73 | through corruption of any single ~circumstance; for instance, 57 2, 74 | he be able to avoid each single one.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[74] 58 2, 90 | ordained to the good of a single state, which is a perfect 59 2, 91 | proper knowledge of each single ~truth, such as that contained 60 2, 93 | are to be found in each single ~creature, as was also stated 61 2, 93 | the proper nature of each single thing; and consequently 62 2, 95 | to judge aright of each single case. Secondly, because 63 2, 95 | whereas ~judgment on each single case has to be pronounced 64 2, 96 | extend further than to one single act. Because the ~decrees 65 2, 96 | the ~decrees than to one single act. Because the decrees 66 2, 96 | cannot have in view every single case, he shapes the ~law 67 2, 96 | to take account of every ~single case; wherefore he is not 68 2, 97 | human laws are enacted about single acts of man. But we ~cannot 69 2, 101 | means of repressing every single one: ~and again, to lay 70 2, 105 | even in respect of one single deed. The first is when 71 2, 25 | himself, but also every single creature, ~each in its own 72 2, 29 | impossible to do good to every ~single one: yet it is true of each 73 2, 51 | evil results from ~each single defect." Now many things 74 2, 56 | transcends the good of one single individual. Therefore ~it 75 2, 59 | community in relation to each single person. ~This order is directed 76 2, 77 | whereas evil ~arises from each single defect" [*Dionysius, De 77 2, 81 | which is offered by any ~single person, whether he pray 78 2, 90 | whereas evil arises from each single ~defect." Wherefore several 79 2, 93 | fists, or "monomachy," i.e. single ~combat as it is called, 80 2, 93 | related to have engaged in single combat with ~the Philistine ( 81 2, 102 | forbids his subjects any ~single good, must needs allow them 82 2, 108 | while evil results from any single defect, as Dionysius ~asserts ( 83 2, 118 | that would apply to every single ~case. Legislators in framing 84 2, 178 | are brought back to the single ray ~of light," i.e. to 85 3, 25 | honor the Emmanuel with one single adoration, inasmuch as the 86 3, 43 | miracles by His ~own power, any single miracle worked by Christ 87 3, 44 | wholly and instantly by a single word, He heals little ~by 88 3, 48 | many, in the same way as a single concept of thought is ~expressed 89 3, 52 | Person is whole in each single place, but not ~wholly, 90 3, 66 | at ~the same time; for no single one of them would receive 91 3, 66 | with either a trine or a ~single immersion: since the Trinity 92 3, 66 | above quoted explains, both single and trine ~immersion are 93 3, 66 | teaching let us hold to the single baptismal ~immersion."~Aquin.: 94 3, 74 | charity on account of one single effect, ~because it makes 95 3, 83 | to say mass with only a single server present. Therefore 96 3, 87 | endeavor to remember each single mortal sin, in order to 97 3, 87 | all mortal ~sins, and each single one; and he can avoid each 98 3, 87 | one; and he can avoid each single venial sin, but ~not all, 99 3, 90 | which results from each single ~defect," as Dionysius states ( 100 3, 90 | can be completed in one ~single point, as stated above ( 101 Suppl | We must now consider each single part of Penance, and (1) 102 Suppl, 2 | others?~(6) Whether, for each single mortal sin?~Aquin.: SMT 103 Suppl, 3 | as it corresponds to each single sin, and thus, as regards 104 Suppl, 3 | the consideration of each single sin, and thus ~although 105 Suppl, 13| whole power into any one single thing, since he has to be 106 Suppl, 14| connected together in some single one, a ~man can incur one 107 Suppl, 69| is myself whom not for a single night would my loving ~mother 108 Suppl, 84| which is said to be one single book, because the one Divine ~ 109 Suppl, 84| will be seen by anyone at a single glance?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 110 Suppl, 84| will be seen by anyone at a single glance. For things ~considered 111 Suppl, 84| see them all down to each single one at the same time. But ~ 112 Appen2, 1| cause, but results from each single ~defect: whereas good arises


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