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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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demands

    Part, Question
1 1, 70 | of the ~heavenly bodies demands a soul as the motive power, 2 1, 71 | of the ~heavenly bodies demands a soul as the motive power, 3 1, 79 | material diversity, ~which demands a diversity of powers.~Aquin.: 4 1, 97 | female; the order of nature demands that for the purpose of 5 2, 3 | operation of the ~intellect demands a previous operation of 6 2, 5 | order of Divine ~wisdom demands that it should not be thus; 7 2, 18 | such a way that its species demands ~that it remain indifferent; 8 2, 27 | apprehended. And therefore love demands some apprehension of the 9 2, 28 | union is in keeping with the demands of love: for as ~the Philosopher 10 2, 34 | reason: for reason itself demands that the ~use of reason 11 2, 38 | OBJ 2: Further, friendship demands mutual love, as Augustine 12 2, 54 | Consequently diversity of ends demands a diversity ~of virtues, 13 2, 58 | actions are. Now right reason demands ~principles from which reason 14 2, 61 | 19): "The love of truth demands a hollowed leisure; charity ~ 15 2, 83 | the nature of the ~soul demands that it should not exist 16 2, 87 | because his very virtue demands that he ~should do satisfaction 17 2, 98 | order of various natures demands, viz. that ~the lowest beings 18 2, 99 | another according to the demands ~of that order whereby man 19 2, 104 | government by the ~people, demands different laws from those 20 2, 104 | equity, in keeping with the demands of that state. But after 21 2, 1 | the reason that science demands that ~its object should 22 2, 11 | OBJ 1: This very modesty demands that the heretic should 23 2, 11 | honor or our neighbor's good demands.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[11] A[ 24 2, 24 | would seem that charity demands of a man to show his enemy 25 2, 24 | that hate you." Now charity demands that ~we love our enemies. 26 2, 24 | our enemies. Therefore it demands also that we should "do 27 2, 26 | but ~according as health demands so that if he give too much 28 2, 30 | reason. Now right ~reason demands that we should take into 29 2, 30 | for the natural order ~demands that the inferior should 30 2, 31 | of fraternal correction demands that a private ~admonition 31 2, 34 | sorrow or ~of satisfying its demands. Wherefore envy is accounted 32 2, 34 | from another vice, but it demands that it should have some ~ 33 2, 36 | whether it exceeds the ~demands of the persons and matter 34 2, 38 | to peace ~among mortals demands that the power to declare 35 2, 45 | wherefore "its acquisition demands experience and time" (Ethic. 36 2, 45 | by teaching; it therefore demands ~experience and time." Now 37 2, 55 | enemy of the common weal demands the return of his ~weapons.~ 38 2, 56 | otherness which justice demands must needs be between beings ~ 39 2, 56 | justice properly ~speaking demands a distinction of supposits, 40 2, 60 | commutative justice, and this demands a certain equality. Wherefore ~ 41 2, 62 | health of the ~whole body demands the excision of a member, 42 2, 64 | spoils, military ~discipline demands that all should be reserved 43 2, 75 | unlawful if that which honesty demands ~be done by mutual agreement. 44 2, 75 | because then even human law ~demands restitution to be made, 45 2, 76 | loan, so that whatever he demands beyond the ~just price in 46 2, 77 | gravity, for ~which reason it demands a greater expiation.~Aquin.: 47 2, 79 | far as our ~present scope demands. We shall consider (1) religion, ( 48 2, 86 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Honesty demands that a man should keep any 49 2, 87 | greater the ~reverence it demands the more dangerous it is, 50 2, 96 | 1/1~Whether he sins who demands an oath of a perjurer?~Aquin.: 51 2, 96 | It would seem that he who demands an oath of a perjurer commits 52 2, 96 | As regards a person who demands an oath from another, a ~ 53 2, 96 | necessary. For either he demands the oath on ~his own account 54 2, 96 | of his own accord, or he demands it on account of the ~exigencies 55 2, 96 | imposed on him. If a man demands an oath on his own ~account 56 2, 96 | on the other hand, a man demands an oath as a public person, 57 2, 96 | seem to be at fault, if he demands an oath of a ~person, whether 58 2, 96 | person at whose ~instance he demands it.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[98] 59 2, 96 | avails in the case of one who demands an oath ~on his own account. 60 2, 98 | wherewithal ~to live, charity demands that this should be given 61 2, 104 | the rectitude of ~virtue demands.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[106] A[ 62 2, 133 | the proportion that reason demands between expenditure and ~ 63 2, 139 | moderately, according to the demands of place and time, ~and 64 2, 140 | moderate it according to the demands of ~virtue. Augustine indicates 65 2, 145 | nourishment owing to the demands of growth, which results 66 2, 148 | moderate in accordance with the demands of the body's health. Wherefore, ~ 67 2, 152 | union of the ~sexes and demands that a man should be united 68 2, 152 | Civ. ~Dei xv, 16): "The demands of charity are most perfectly 69 2, 156 | less than right reason ~demands. But if one is angry in 70 2, 180 | seeks a holy leisure, the demands of charity undertake an 71 2, 180 | bear it because charity ~demands it of us. Yet even then 72 2, 183 | seeks a holy leisure, the demands ~of charity undertake an 73 2, 183 | bear it because charity demands it of ~us."~Aquin.: SMT 74 2, 183 | Dei xix, 19) that "the demands of charity ~undertake an 75 2, 183 | salvation of his subjects demands the personal presence of 76 2, 183 | in ~accordance with the demands of charity; yet they are 77 2, 183 | others ~according to the demands of charity.~Aquin.: SMT 78 3, 2 | incarnation is another; for union demands mere copulation, and ~leaves 79 3, 60 | as the sacramental form demands a certain number of ~words, 80 3, 68 | reverence for the sacrament ~demands a delay whereby men are 81 3, 68 | children have not faith, which ~demands an act of the will on the 82 3, 84 | Penance. Because charity demands ~that a man should grieve 83 Suppl, 4 | for which it is assumed, demands.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[4] A[2] 84 Suppl, 4 | satisfaction, because satisfaction demands a ~meritorious work; yet, 85 Suppl, 11| consequently the sacrament demands that the confession ~should 86 Suppl, 12| OBJ 2: An act of virtue demands voluntariness not in the 87 Suppl, 20| according as each case demands. For this ~reason, in the 88 Suppl, 25| they should be so applied demands, firstly, authority to ~ 89 Suppl, 31| consecration of the matter demands a higher power than the 90 Suppl, 32| For just as this sacrament demands a certain disposition ~on 91 Suppl, 32| he should be sick, so it demands ~that he should be anointed 92 Suppl, 33| sickness. For one disease demands one remedy. Now this sacrament ~ 93 Suppl, 36| order, he ~who receives or demands any Divine thing from him 94 Suppl, 64| she go beyond this in her demands, it is not a request for 95 Suppl, 64| his wife except when she demands it.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[64] 96 Suppl, 65| rearing of whose offspring demands the care of both, namely ~ 97 Suppl, 70| order of Divine justice demands ~that the soul which by 98 Suppl, 71| that is according to the demands of the ~merits of those 99 Suppl, 72| disposition in virtue of which it demands ~the ultimate form, as in 100 Suppl, 78| old age is the age that ~demands reverence. Therefore the 101 Suppl, 80| the body, because a body demands a place, not ~by reason 102 Suppl, 80| bodies. And since matter demands ~place, through being the 103 Suppl, 80| observed in them, which demands distinction, and because 104 Suppl, 83| but the ~Divine justice demands that there they shall suffer 105 Suppl, 83| This is in keeping with the demands of Divine justice, as we 106 Suppl, 92| Further, a spiritual marriage demands a spiritual bridegroom and ~ 107 Appen2, 1| remitted, and if ~justice demands that sin be set in order


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