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want 82
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wanting 107
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wantonness 4
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106 apoc
106 country
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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wanting

    Part, Question
1 1, 4 | signifies whatever is not wanting in ~actuality, whether this 2 1, 4 | virtue of heat would be wanting to it. ~Since therefore 3 1, 4 | perfection ~of being can be wanting to Him. Now all created 4 1, 4 | perfection of no one thing is wanting to God. This line of argument, 5 1, 4 | perfection of being can be wanting to Him who is subsisting 6 1, 10 | parts, but ~because it is wanting in nothing.~Aquin.: SMT 7 1, 11 | however, every part is wanting ~in the form belonging to 8 1, 20 | love: since if the first is wanting, all that follows is ~also 9 1, 20 | all that follows is ~also wanting. Now it has been shown that 10 1, 23 | in the majority; and is wanting in the minority. ~The good 11 1, 23 | in the ~minority, and is wanting in the majority. Thus it 12 1, 33 | called a dead thing, as wanting life, ~which naturally belongs 13 1, 36 | that there was anything ~wanting in the doctrine of their 14 1, 39 | As the perfect Word, not wanting in anything, and, so to 15 1, 39 | an earthly father it is wanting sometimes by ~reason of 16 1, 41 | that the will to beget was wanting; just as we ourselves suffer 17 1, 42 | from a point; ~wherein is wanting equality of simplicity. 18 1, 42 | made by a seal; wherein is wanting ~consubstantiality and executive 19 1, 42 | also consubstantiality is wanting. The fifth ~is the emanation 20 1, 42 | sensible object; wherein is wanting ~equality of spiritual simplicity. 21 1, 42 | modes, so that what is wanting in one may be somewhat supplied 22 1, 42 | which proceeds ~therefrom is wanting in things created. ~Aquin.: 23 1, 47 | creatures, that what was wanting to one in the representation 24 1, 48 | also ~it is an evil to be wanting in any member of the body. 25 1, 66 | a threefold beauty ~was wanting to corporeal creatures, 26 1, 66 | the beauty of light was wanting to all that transparent ~ 27 1, 68 | are many nouns that are ~wanting in the singular. On the 28 1, 73 | perfect ~to which nothing is wanting that it ought to possess. 29 1, 39 | As the perfect Word, not wanting in anything, and, so to 30 1, 39 | an earthly father it is wanting sometimes by ~reason of 31 1, 41 | that the will to beget was wanting; just as we ourselves suffer 32 1, 42 | from a point; ~wherein is wanting equality of simplicity. 33 1, 42 | made by a seal; wherein is wanting ~consubstantiality and executive 34 1, 42 | also consubstantiality is wanting. The fifth ~is the emanation 35 1, 42 | sensible object; wherein is wanting ~equality of spiritual simplicity. 36 1, 42 | modes, so that what is wanting in one may be somewhat supplied 37 1, 42 | which proceeds ~therefrom is wanting in things created. ~Aquin.: 38 1, 48 | creatures, that what was wanting to one in the representation 39 1, 49 | also ~it is an evil to be wanting in any member of the body. 40 1, 67 | a threefold beauty ~was wanting to corporeal creatures, 41 1, 67 | the beauty of light was wanting to all that transparent ~ 42 1, 69 | are many nouns that are ~wanting in the singular. On the 43 1, 72 | perfect ~to which nothing is wanting that it ought to possess. 44 1, 83 | fact that if a sense ~be wanting, the knowledge of what is 45 1, 83 | apprehended through that sense is ~wanting also: for instance, a man 46 1, 83 | the ~fact that if a man be wanting in a sense, he cannot have 47 1, 83 | the soul of an individual wanting in one of the senses can 48 1, 83 | corresponding sensible species are ~wanting. And thus a man born blind 49 1, 88 | nothing; as the phantasms are wanting to which it may turn.~Aquin.: 50 1, 91 | good order would have been wanting in the human family if ~ 51 1, 92 | perfect ~image nothing is wanting that is to be found in that 52 1, 94 | imminent, nor was any good wanting which a good-will could ~ 53 1, 95 | innocence, "where nothing was wanting that man's good-will could 54 1, 100 | and so, when ~authority is wanting, we must be guided by the 55 2, 18 | Wherefore if something be wanting that is requisite as a due 56 2, 24 | those who are ~unsound are wanting in sense." Hence we speak 57 2, 24 | we speak of those who are wanting in ~sense of being "unsound."~ 58 2, 40 | Reply OBJ 2: The old are wanting in hope because of their 59 2, 40 | young men and drunkards are ~wanting in steadiness; since their 60 2, 58 | its argument: and this ~is wanting in the continent and persevering 61 2, 65 | absence of prudence, ~which is wanting in matters of concupiscence. 62 2, 94 | because it supplies what was wanting to the ~natural law; or 63 2, 100 | grievous than ~if he be found wanting in some point of service 64 2, 107 | Old Law: "One thing is ~wanting to thee: If thou wilt be 65 2, 43 | salvation. This measure is wanting to none ~who is without 66 2, 55 | of "right" or "just" is ~wanting to them.~Aquin.: SMT SS 67 2, 112 | to Ecclus. 7:38, "Be not ~wanting in comforting them that 68 2, 159 | his ~perfection is found wanting, according to the word of 69 3, 1 | that ~other ways were not wanting to God, to Whose power all 70 3, 3 | but inasmuch as nothing is wanting to the perfection of the ~ 71 3, 4 | the fitness of dignity is wanting, and in ~the angelic nature 72 3, 4 | aforesaid fitness of need is wanting. Hence it ~follows that 73 3, 4 | was said above, there is wanting the fitness of ~need, because, 74 3, 4 | proper personality is not wanting to the nature assumed ~through 75 3, 5 | to say that the mind was wanting to Christ's soul, but that 76 3, 6 | Fitness for assumption is wanting to the angelic spirits, ~ 77 3, 7 | wherefore faith was altogether wanting to Him, nevertheless ~He 78 3, 7 | knowledge of all languages not wanting ~to Him, since even the 79 3, 9 | Now nothing natural was wanting to Christ, since He took 80 3, 9 | planted in our ~nature was wanting to the human nature assumed 81 3, 12 | intelligible, should be wanting; even as ~imprinted or infused 82 3, 12 | intelligible action should be wanting ~to Christ, and because 83 3, 14 | satisfaction should not be wanting.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[14] A[ 84 3, 15 | some kind of knowledge was wanting to Christ, for the Apostle 85 3, 15 | neither was the sense of hurt ~wanting to it, since Christ's soul 86 3, 15 | soul; but beatitude was wanting with regard to all else, 87 3, 15 | beatitude, as regards what was ~wanting to His beatitude.~Aquin.: 88 3, 22 | to the third objection is wanting in the original ~manuscripts, 89 3, 41 | men are sometimes found ~wanting, inasmuch as they do certain 90 3, 46 | Although there are ~not wanting some persons who wish the 91 3, 48 | up those things that are wanting of the ~sufferings of Christ, 92 3, 55 | OBJ 5: [*This objection is wanting in the older codices, and 93 3, 55 | order that nothing might be ~wanting to make the manifestation 94 3, 60 | another which happens to be ~wanting. Therefore much more in 95 3, 64 | Further, if anything is wanting that is required for the ~ 96 3, 64 | required ~matter or form be wanting. But the minister required 97 3, 64 | essential to it: and if this be wanting, the sacrament is invalid; ~ 98 3, 64 | the due form or matter be wanting. Secondly, a thing is ~required 99 3, 68 | sacrament or Baptism may be wanting to someone in two ~ways. 100 3, 68 | those to whom Baptism is wanting thus, cannot ~obtain salvation: 101 3, 68 | sacrament of Baptism may be wanting to anyone in reality ~but 102 3, 86 | for although ~faith be wanting, punishment makes satisfaction 103 Suppl, 10| order to supply what was wanting to the ~sacramental confession.~ 104 Suppl, 17| key ~when the other key is wanting, for instance, in an educated 105 Suppl, 25| up "those things that are wanting of the ~sufferings of Christ . . . 106 Suppl, 45| should say ~that he was wanting in mental consent, notwithstanding 107 Suppl, 55| offspring, but the latter may be wanting. Consequently ~since marriage


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