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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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annexed

    Part, Question
1 1, 10 | nevertheless they have change annexed to them either actually 2 1, 10 | not changeable, nor is it annexed to change. ~In this way 3 1, 10 | which can, however, be annexed to it; while ~eternity has 4 1, 19 | but the form to which is ~annexed the privation of some other 5 1, 20 | inasmuch ~as they have annexed to them some bodily change, 6 1, 48 | reason of the good that ~is annexed.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[48] A[ 7 1, 48 | but by virtue of ~the good annexed to it. For every action 8 1, 49 | reason of the good that ~is annexed.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[48] A[ 9 1, 49 | but by virtue of ~the good annexed to it. For every action 10 2, 35 | contemplation. Nor has it any sorrow annexed to it, as bodily pleasures ~ 11 2, 56 | so called, but something annexed to ~the habits of the intellective 12 2, 57 | and "gnome" are virtues annexed to ~prudence?~Aquin.: SMT 13 2, 57 | and gnome" are virtues annexed to prudence? ~[*{euboulia, 14 2, 57 | unfittingly assigned as virtues annexed to prudence. For "{euboulia}" 15 2, 57 | euboulia}" is not a virtue annexed to prudence, but rather 16 2, 57 | synesis}" is not a ~virtue annexed to prudence, but rather 17 2, 57 | are not the only virtues annexed to ~prudence.~Aquin.: SMT 18 2, 57 | these three virtues as being annexed to prudence.~Aquin.: SMT 19 2, 57 | other secondary virtues annexed to it, viz. "{eustochia}," 20 2, 58 | prudence and the virtues annexed to it, ~as stated above ( 21 2, 78 | justice, namely the virtues ~annexed thereto; under which head 22 2, 78 | consideration:~(1) What virtues are annexed to justice?~(2) The individual 23 2, 78 | The individual virtues annexed to justice. ~(tm)Aquin.: 24 2, 78 | 1/1~Whether the virtues annexed to justice are suitably 25 2, 78 | would seem that the virtues annexed to justice are unsuitably ~ 26 2, 78 | reckoned among the virtues annexed to justice.~Aquin.: SMT 27 2, 78 | Tully. Therefore the virtues annexed to ~justice would seem to 28 2, 78 | insufficiently the virtues annexed to ~justice.~Aquin.: SMT 29 2, 78 | Affectibus] reckons nine ~parts annexed to justice viz. "liberality, 30 2, 78 | mentions {epieikeia} as being ~annexed to justice: and yet seemingly 31 2, 78 | enumerations. Therefore the virtues annexed to justice are ~insufficiently 32 2, 78 | observed about the virtues annexed to ~a principal virtue. 33 2, 78 | of this common ~aspect be annexed to justice. Now the essential 34 2, 78 | this ~respect "religion" is annexed to justice since, according 35 2, 78 | 14); and thus "piety" is ~annexed to justice, for thereby, 36 2, 78 | and thus ~"observance" is annexed to justice, consisting according 37 2, 78 | Wherefore to justice is ~annexed "truth," whereby, as Tully 38 2, 78 | in ~good things; and then annexed to justice we have "gratitude" 39 2, 78 | and then to justice is annexed ~"revenge," whereby, as 40 2, 78 | belongs to ~the virtue annexed to justice.~Aquin.: SMT 41 2, 78 | Reply OBJ 5: {Epieikeia} is annexed, not to particular but to 42 2, 98 | receive money for things annexed to spiritual ~things?~Aquin.: 43 2, 98 | receive money for things annexed to ~spiritual things. Seemingly 44 2, 98 | all temporal things are annexed to spiritual ~things, since 45 2, 98 | unlawful to sell what is annexed ~to spiritual things, it 46 2, 98 | nothing would seem to be more annexed to spiritual ~things than 47 2, 98 | is lawful to sell things annexed to spiritual things.~Aquin.: 48 2, 98 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, things annexed to spiritual things include 49 2, 98 | although a prebend is something annexed ~to a spiritual thing. Therefore 50 2, 98 | is lawful to sell things annexed to ~spiritual things.~Aquin.: 51 2, 98 | answer that, A thing may be annexed to spiritual things in two 52 2, 98 | spiritual. Other ~things are annexed to spiritual things through 53 2, 98 | can be sold, but not as annexed to spiritual ~things.~Aquin.: 54 2, 98 | All things temporal are annexed to spiritual things, as 55 2, 98 | Sacred vessels also are annexed to spiritual things as to ~ 56 2, 100 | these matters belong to an annexed virtue, and not to ~special 57 2, 107 | above (Q[80]), a virtue is annexed to justice, ~as secondary 58 2, 107 | a part of justice, being annexed thereto as a ~secondary 59 2, 108 | perhaps by reason of something annexed to that person, for ~instance 60 2, 111 | has human or worldly folly annexed to ~it, according to 1 Cor. 61 2, 112 | a part of justice, being annexed to it as ~to a principal 62 2, 115 | part of ~justice, being annexed thereto as to a principal 63 2, 126 | also reckons seven virtues ~annexed to fortitude, and these 64 2, 126 | hardships and these virtues are annexed to fortitude as secondary 65 2, 126 | distinct from fortitude, but annexed thereto as secondary virtues 66 2, 126 | distinct from ~fortitude, yet annexed thereto as secondary to 67 2, 126 | it is accounted a virtue annexed to ~fortitude: but as referred 68 2, 127 | fortitude, because it is annexed thereto as secondary to 69 2, 127 | of fortitude, not as an ~annexed virtue, except as identified 70 2, 132 | part thereof, as ~being annexed to it as secondary to principal 71 2, 132 | order for a virtue to be annexed to a principal virtue, two 72 2, 134 | fortitude, because ~it is annexed thereto as secondary to 73 2, 134 | matter. Wherefore patience is annexed to fortitude as secondary 74 2, 134 | all kinds of evils, it is annexed to fortitude ~as secondary 75 2, 135 | something difficult must be ~annexed to fortitude as secondary 76 2, 135 | Therefore perseverance is annexed to fortitude, as ~secondary 77 2, 138 | but also the secondary and annexed ~virtues. Wherefore the 78 2, 138 | acts of the secondary ~and annexed virtues.~Aquin.: SMT SS 79 2, 139 | certain essential pleasure annexed thereto.~Aquin.: SMT SS 80 2, 140 | intemperance is more about certain annexed pleasures or ~desires than 81 2, 141 | temperance, as a virtue annexed thereto.~Aquin.: SMT SS 82 2, 143 | subjective part, nor as an annexed virtue, but as an ~integral 83 2, 153 | reckon continence to be annexed to temperance, as to a ~ 84 2, 155 | clemency and ~meekness are annexed to temperance as principal 85 2, 155 | principal virtues, but are ~annexed to another, as to a principal, 86 2, 158 | is called modesty, and is annexed to ~temperance as its principal.~ 87 2, 164 | as a subordinate virtue annexed to a principal virtue. Moreover, 88 2, 165 | having evil accidentally annexed to it, for ~instance those 89 2, 168 | precepts of the virtues annexed to temperance are suitably ~ 90 2, 168 | precepts of the virtues annexed to ~temperance are unsuitably 91 2, 168 | answer that, The virtues annexed to temperance may be considered 92 2, 170 | per ~Somn. ii, which is annexed to the work quoted]). Much 93 2, 170 | Divinat. per Somn. i, which is annexed to the work quoted]) that " 94 Suppl, 37| an Order, but an office ~annexed to an Order. For the psalmist 95 Suppl, 39| of the vow of continency annexed thereto, but also ~because 96 Suppl, 40| Para. 1/1 - OF THE THINGS ANNEXED TO THE SACRAMENT OF ORDER ( 97 Suppl, 40| consider the things that are annexed to the sacrament of ~Order. 98 Suppl, 42| matrimony, since it has pleasure annexed to it, does not ~conform 99 Suppl, 43| 7) of certain things ~annexed to marriage.~Aquin.: SMT 100 Suppl, 43| are a kind of sacramental annexed to matrimony, as exorcism 101 Suppl, 53| vow of continence which is annexed to the sacred orders; for 102 Suppl, 53| has ~not everywhere a vow annexed to it.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 103 Suppl, 53| has a vow of continence annexed to it. Therefore if the ~ 104 Suppl, 64| Para. 1/2~OF THE THINGS ANNEXED TO MARRIAGE, AND FIRST OF 105 Suppl, 64| consider those things which are annexed to ~marriage: (1) the payment 106 Suppl, 69| through its having grace annexed to it: ~wherefore if it 107 Suppl, 69| it: ~wherefore if it be annexed to a mortal sin, which is 108 Suppl, 89| particular sense, but is annexed to those ~things that act 109 Suppl, 91| reason namely of something annexed to it: and in this way the 110 Suppl, 91| evil by reason of something annexed to it. ~Thus a person sometimes 111 Suppl, 91| them as having something annexed. However it is not the same


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