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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | philosophical science is ~superfluous.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[1] A[1] 2 1, 2 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, it is superfluous to suppose that what can 3 1, 8 | thing. Therefore it is ~superfluous to say that God is present 4 1, 19 | they do agree, they are superfluous. No expressions ~therefore 5 1, 23 | said that prayers ~were superfluous, as also anything else done 6 1, 29 | the ~word "individual" is superfluous, because first substance 7 1, 32 | Further, it seems to be superfluous to teach what cannot be 8 1, 32 | tradition ~of the Trinity is superfluous. Therefore the trinity of 9 1, 36 | Father. ~Therefore it is superfluous to say that He proceeds 10 1, 36 | perfectly, not only is it not superfluous to say He proceeds from 11 1, 43 | then one of them would be superfluous, since one would ~suffice 12 1, 48 | seem that this division is superfluous: ~for, as Augustine says ( 13 1, 51 | bodies. For there is ~nothing superfluous in the work of an angel, 14 1, 51 | nature. But it would be superfluous for the angels to ~assume 15 1, 62 | one suffices, another is superfluous. But the ~knowledge and 16 1, 62 | Therefore ~it would be superfluous for their natural knowledge 17 1, 67 | much as to say that it is superfluous, whereas none of ~God's 18 1, 73 | unless they are merely superfluous, for a thing is called perfect ~ 19 1, 74 | some of these ~days are superfluous. Light, for instance, stands 20 1, 74 | it vacant, which would be superfluous. The day, ~therefore, of 21 1, 74 | and it was so," ~it is superfluous to add, "God made the firmament." 22 1, 76 | tetragonal shape would be ~superfluous as contained in the pentagonal - 23 1, 43 | then one of them would be superfluous, since one would ~suffice 24 1, 49 | seem that this division is superfluous: ~for, as Augustine says ( 25 1, 52 | bodies. For there is ~nothing superfluous in the work of an angel, 26 1, 52 | nature. But it would be superfluous for the angels to ~assume 27 1, 63 | one suffices, another is superfluous. But the ~knowledge and 28 1, 63 | Therefore ~it would be superfluous for their natural knowledge 29 1, 68 | much as to say that it is superfluous, whereas none of ~God's 30 1, 72 | unless they are merely superfluous, for a thing is called perfect ~ 31 1, 73 | some of these ~days are superfluous. Light, for instance, stands 32 1, 73 | it vacant, which would be superfluous. The day, ~therefore, of 33 1, 73 | and it was so," ~it is superfluous to add, "God made the firmament." 34 1, 75 | tetragonal shape would be ~superfluous as contained in the pentagonal - 35 1, 91 | created there was ~nothing superfluous. Therefore a rib of Adam 36 1, 96 | would have been nothing ~superfluous; which, however, is unreasonable 37 1, 104 | each one. Hence it would be superfluous ~for the created agent to 38 1, 104 | of secondary agents is ~superfluous.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[105] A[ 39 1, 107 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, it is superfluous for a thing to be done by 40 1, 107 | angels in ~one order would be superfluous.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[108] A[ 41 1, 112 | guard makes a weaker one superfluous. But men ~are guarded by 42 2, 8 | the translation may appear superfluous], meaning ~thereby the act 43 2, 28 | appetitive faculty are ~superfluous.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[28] A[ 44 2, 28 | proximate causes, are not superfluous.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[28] A[ 45 2, 32 | certain measure: wherefore superfluous good or any bodily pleasure, ~ 46 2, 36 | separation of ~whatever is superfluous.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[36] A[ 47 2, 49 | the powers, habits become superfluous.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[49] A[ 48 2, 65 | a certain purpose, it is superfluous to ~employ others. Now charity 49 2, 65 | charity, other virtues are superfluous.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[65] A[ 50 2, 92 | Therefore the other three are superfluous.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[92] A[ 51 2, 95 | after saying "honest" it was superfluous to add "just."~Aquin.: SMT 52 2, 95 | usefulness. ~Therefore it is superfluous to say both "necessary" 53 2, 102 | works nothing should be superfluous; for not ~even in the works 54 2, 102 | works of nature is anything superfluous to be found. But one ~cover 55 2, 105 | Therefore it ~seems to have been superfluous for the Law to prescribe 56 2, 107 | the New: so that it was superfluous to give men a New ~Law when 57 2, 1 | number. Therefore it seems superfluous to ~distinguish certain 58 2, 2 | natural reason. For nothing is superfluous in God's works, much ~less 59 2, 2 | works of nature. Now it is superfluous to employ ~other means, 60 2, 2 | Therefore it would be ~superfluous to receive by faith, things 61 2, 2 | reason: and so it is not superfluous if these others be believed.~ 62 2, 17 | where one suffices it is superfluous to add another. Now ~charity 63 2, 21 | love, it would have been superfluous to command fear.~Aquin.: 64 2, 30 | of the giver, when he has superfluous goods, which he does not 65 2, 30 | he should judge what is superfluous and what necessary, according 66 2, 42 | the soul. ~Therefore it is superfluous to mention both heart and 67 2, 43 | understanding. Now it is superfluous to require two things where ~ 68 2, 47 | part of prudence, it is superfluous to add ~reason.~Aquin.: 69 2, 49 | consequently prudence would be superfluous, which is not ~reasonable. 70 2, 53 | by bodily labor ~is not superfluous but proportionate; hence 71 2, 53 | must be ~banished," namely superfluous solicitude which unsettles 72 2, 53 | unlawful, unless it ~be superfluous.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[55] A[ 73 2, 56 | of ~the will, it is not superfluous to add "constant": for while 74 2, 56 | justice. For there is nothing superfluous in the virtues, as neither 75 2, 81 | forbidden, but ~that which is superfluous and inordinate, as stated 76 2, 81 | chapter. Therefore it was ~superfluous for Matthew to mention seven.~ 77 2, 91 | Whether there can be anything superfluous therein?~Aquin.: SMT SS 78 2, 98 | spiritual. Therefore it is superfluous to add "or connected with ~ 79 2, 145 | many words, deems wealth superfluous, scorns ~pride, commends 80 2, 151 | For it is said to be ~superfluous, because it is the residue 81 2, 151 | enumeration would seem to be superfluous.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[153] A[ 82 2, 167 | inventing means ~that are superfluous and fantastic. Hence Chrysostom 83 2, 176 | gratuitous grace, it is superfluous to reckon in addition the ~ 84 2, 183 | by for the future is a ~superfluous and inordinate saving, and 85 2, 183 | Now the particular is ~superfluous when one has the universal, 86 3, 5 | it would seem altogether superfluous for the ~soul to be there, 87 3, 9 | knowledge would have been superfluous in Him.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 88 3, 39 | Reply OBJ 2: It was not superfluous to form a real dove, in 89 3, 46 | Further, there was nothing superfluous in Christ's conduct. But ~ 90 3, 46 | Therefore it ~would have been superfluous to choose the greatest of 91 3, 48 | Q[34], A[3]). But it is ~superfluous to merit over again what 92 3, 60 | words to words. But this is superfluous. Therefore words are not 93 3, 60 | Consequently it is not a superfluous repetition to add ~words 94 3, 65 | not necessary seems to be superfluous. But no sacrament is ~superfluous, 95 3, 65 | superfluous. But no sacrament is ~superfluous, because "God does nothing 96 3, 65 | 1: For a thing not to be superfluous it is enough if it be ~necessary 97 3, 66 | its coolness it tempers superfluous heat: wherefore it ~fittingly 98 3, 66 | those mentioned above are superfluous; and ~consequently that 99 3, 66 | to it, yet are they not superfluous, since ~they pertain to 100 3, 70 | that John's ~baptism was superfluous: which is unseemly. Therefore 101 3, 74 | in this ~sacrament can a superfluous quantity of bread be consecrated.~ 102 3, 76 | seems that one of them is superfluous in this sacrament.~Aquin.: 103 3, 82 | there ought to be nothing superfluous in the sacraments. ~Since, 104 3, 82 | other celebrants would be superfluous, since one would be ~sufficient. 105 Suppl, 6 | not to give alms of his superfluous ~goods, whenever he met 106 Suppl, 9 | Therefore one or the other is superfluous.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[9] A[4] 107 Suppl, 29| another sanctification is superfluous if it be applied ~to the 108 Suppl, 29| effect. Hence neither is superfluous, because instruments ~also 109 Suppl, 76| another. but not if what was superfluous ~in one part is transferred 110 Suppl, 77| human nature, since though superfluous ~it is needed. Yet seed


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