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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | it is concerned with them principally, but they are introduced ~ 2 1, 1 | science is that of which it ~principally treats. But in this science, 3 1, 13 | imply a habitude either principally or consequently, but not 4 1, 17 | its rise from sense, which principally and naturally deals with 5 1, 18 | ix, 9) ~that to live is principally to sense or to understand.~ 6 1, 18 | is God; and ~hence in Him principally is life. From this the Philosopher 7 1, 23 | which are required not ~principally, but only on account of 8 1, 32 | where any ~truth comes to us principally as divinely taught, as the 9 1, 36 | sometimes ~He is said to proceed principally or properly from the Father, 10 1, 41 | of begetting signifies ~principally the divine essence as the 11 1, 42 | conversely, for the form is principally in the cause, and secondarily ~ 12 1, 50 | creatures. For what is ~principally intended by God in creatures 13 1, 54 | such; for they first and principally ~understand immaterial things, 14 1, 60 | belongs to ~another, is principally, and more strongly inclined 15 1, 75 | inanimate." Now life is shown ~principally by two actions, knowledge 16 1, 41 | of begetting signifies ~principally the divine essence as the 17 1, 42 | conversely, for the form is principally in the cause, and secondarily ~ 18 1, 51 | creatures. For what is ~principally intended by God in creatures 19 1, 55 | such; for they first and principally ~understand immaterial things, 20 1, 61 | belongs to ~another, is principally, and more strongly inclined 21 1, 74 | inanimate." Now life is shown ~principally by two actions, knowledge 22 1, 82 | doubt whether choice belongs principally to the appetitive or the ~ 23 1, 82 | follows that choice is ~principally an act of the appetitive 24 1, 83 | that which is perceived principally through the senses"; for ~ 25 1, 87 | treats of higher things principally by way of ~negation. Thus 26 1, 91 | to which their life is principally directed; therefore the 27 1, 92 | an image seems to apply principally to the shape of a ~thing. 28 1, 103 | effect depends first and principally on the first cause, it ~ 29 1, 110 | Faith cometh by hearing"; principally, however, by the angels, 30 1, 113 | recompense, to be gained principally ~through the grace of God, 31 1, 114 | lit. vi, 10), they are ~principally and originally in the Word 32 1, 115 | things ascribed to fate seem ~principally to be contingencies. Therefore 33 1, 116 | Word of God; as appears ~principally of the apostles from Heb. 34 1, 118 | this ~matter, say they, principally belongs to the true human 35 2, 2 | happiness, but happiness cannot principally consist ~therein.~Aquin.: 36 2, 2 | Therefore happiness consists ~principally in pleasure and delight.~ 37 2, 2 | which is happiness, consists principally in pleasure.~Aquin.: SMT 38 2, 3 | Consequently happiness consists principally in such an operation, viz. 39 2, 3 | contemplation is sought ~principally for its own sake. But the 40 2, 3 | here, consists first and principally, in an operation of ~the 41 2, 5 | whose act that happiness ~principally consists. If, however, the 42 2, 7 | oratorical arguments are derived principally from things pertaining to ~ 43 2, 12 | intention ~belongs first and principally to that which moves to the 44 2, 12 | to intend properly and ~principally, as stated above (A[1]).~ 45 2, 16 | evident that first ~and principally use belongs to the will 46 2, 18 | an action is considered ~principally in the doctrine of morals. 47 2, 19 | estimation of God, Who ~considers principally the intention of the end. 48 2, 21 | a human ~action depends principally on the Eternal Law: and 49 2, 29 | it is clear that man is principally the mind of man. ~And it 50 2, 29 | account themselves as being principally that ~which they are in 51 2, 31 | sake of the ~pleasant is principally sight. But pleasure is the 52 2, 31 | soul; ~and this belongs principally to the sight. But natural 53 2, 31 | natural pleasure belongs ~principally to the touch.~Aquin.: SMT 54 2, 49 | are, imply primarily and principally relation to an act. For, ~ 55 2, 49 | follows that the habit ~principally implies relation to an act. 56 2, 49 | subjected in a power, implies principally ~relation to an act.~Aquin.: 57 2, 50 | operation, no habit is principally in the body as its subject. 58 2, 50 | through the body, they ~belong principally to the soul, and secondarily 59 2, 50 | to such ~operations are principally in the soul. But they can 60 2, 50 | be in these powers. But principally it is ~in the "possible" 61 2, 50 | it is clear that it is ~principally related to the will; inasmuch 62 2, 55 | definition is gathered, and principally in De Libero Arbitrio ii, 63 2, 56 | And this is made clear principally from what the ~Philosopher 64 2, 61 | is applied to substance principally in relation to accident. 65 2, 72 | manifestation which is ~intended principally; while in sins of deed, 66 2, 72 | inward thought which is principally intended, and the outward ~ 67 2, 73 | virtue in two ways: first, ~principally and directly; that sin, 68 2, 75 | of sin, for this consists principally in the act of the will; ~ 69 2, 79 | he does not intend this principally. Wherefore man ~is the cause 70 2, 87 | original sin: and this, either principally or consequently - principally, ~ 71 2, 87 | principally or consequently - principally, ~the punishment of original 72 2, 90 | the law must needs regard principally the relationship to ~happiness. 73 2, 100 | which, seemingly, apply principally to the precepts of the decalogue. 74 2, 104 | to wit, it is instituted principally ~that it may be the figure 75 2, 110 | Physic. viii; and grace is ~principally in the mind. Nor is it in 76 2, 112 | caused by the sacraments, and principally by the ~power of the Holy 77 2, 112 | prepare the soul"; yet it is principally from God, Who moves the ~ 78 2, 8 | come under faith first and principally, but ~also about all things 79 2, 8 | faith. But faith, first and principally, is ~about the First Truth, 80 2, 9 | faith consists primarily and principally in speculation, in as much 81 2, 9 | knowledge also, primarily and ~principally indeed, regards speculation, 82 2, 11 | in one way, directly and ~principally, e.g. the articles of faith; 83 2, 16 | just as faith regards God ~principally, and, secondarily, those 84 2, 18 | good, to ~which virtue is principally directed by reason of its 85 2, 18 | as a virtue; whereas fear principally regards evil, the avoidance 86 2, 19 | despair and unbelief, consist principally in aversion from the immutable ~ 87 2, 19 | Other sins, however, consist principally in conversion to a ~mutable 88 2, 19 | aversion from God directly and principally. Now every ~mortal sin takes 89 2, 22 | since ~it is not founded principally on the virtue of a man, 90 2, 22 | wherefore charity ~regards principally but one aspect of lovableness, 91 2, 23 | chief care, but their aim is principally directed towards union ~ 92 2, 24 | charity is referred to God principally, and extends to ~other things 93 2, 26 | the love of God, ~whereby principally we attain to our last end, 94 2, 56 | it is in the ~sovereign principally and by way of a mastercraft, 95 2, 60 | is bound to restitution ~principally. Secondly, in the case of 96 2, 64 | things to ~belong to him principally, as though he had not received 97 2, 64 | soul. ~Now charity consists principally in the love of God, and 98 2, 81 | because when we pray we ought ~principally to ask to be united to God, 99 2, 81 | temporal things, not indeed principally, by placing our ~end therein, 100 2, 81 | in one way, directly and ~principally, according to the merit 101 2, 87 | promise, because it was made principally not to ~him but to God: 102 2, 102 | own ~will seems to tend principally, not to the accomplishment 103 2, 116 | appoints the measure of reason, principally in the interior ~affections, 104 2, 116 | an end that is ~desirable principally, indeed it seems rather 105 2, 117 | more from what is in it ~principally. Now just as in liberality, 106 2, 117 | covetousness and prodigality regard principally ~giving. Wherefore he who 107 2, 121 | their nature, and this is principally the ~case with fortitude. 108 2, 129 | this count honor is due ~principally, not to him but to God. 109 2, 132 | magnificent man does not intend principally to be lavish ~towards himself, 110 2, 133 | magnificent man intends principally the greatness of his ~work, 111 2, 133 | hand, ~the mean man intends principally to spend little, wherefore 112 2, 133 | magnificent man intends principally, in so far as when it behooves 113 2, 135 | virtue is one to which is principally ascribed something that ~ 114 2, 139 | pleasures of touch, not principally but ~consequently: while 115 2, 139 | OBJ 3: Delicacy regards principally the substance of the food, 116 2, 139 | virtue, ~deserves praise principally in pleasures of touch, with 117 2, 149 | this chastity consists ~principally in charity and the other 118 2, 169 | whereas prophecy pertains principally to knowledge, as stated 119 2, 178 | contemplative life in two ways: principally, and secondarily, or ~dispositively. 120 2, 178 | dispositively. That which belongs principally to the contemplative life ~ 121 2, 179 | things, not ~exclusively, but principally.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[181] A[ 122 2, 182 | life consists in charity, principally as to the love of God, secondarily ~ 123 2, 185 | of charity, ~consisting principally in the love of God and secondarily 124 2, 185 | four things. First and ~principally to obtain food; wherefore 125 3, 1 | this respect Christ came principally to ~take away original sin, 126 3, 1 | work of the Incarnation is principally ordained ~to the restoration 127 3, 7 | that in which beatitude principally consists, but by a certain ~ 128 3, 7 | out servile fear, which principally ~regards punishment. But 129 3, 8 | both in soul and body; but ~principally the soul, and secondarily 130 3, 8 | reach to the body ~first and principally, but secondarily and instrumentally, 131 3, 8 | diversely. For, ~first and principally, He is the Head of such 132 3, 8 | two things - first and principally, in the power of Christ, 133 3, 10 | infinite things exist, and principally in the Word ~Himself.~Aquin.: 134 3, 13 | seem ~to regard the soul principally, since it is the chief part 135 3, 15 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Beatitude principally and properly belongs to 136 3, 22 | priest's office consists ~principally in offering sacrifice. Therefore 137 3, 22 | the priesthood of the Law principally consists, then the former 138 3, 25 | honor would be due ~to it principally, since man is that which 139 3, 25 | to that Person is honor principally due to Whom Christ's soul 140 3, 25 | Gentiles are ~reproached principally for that "they changed the 141 3, 25 | theirs in a fitting manner: principally their bodies, ~which were 142 3, 26 | of mediator, not indeed principally and ~perfectively, but ministerially 143 3, 26 | Immaculate Conception. [*Principally in England, where, ~owing 144 3, 32 | woman," should be attributed principally to ~the Father.~Aquin.: 145 3, 32 | conception should be attributed ~principally to the Son, and not, therefore, 146 3, 33 | formation, in which conception principally consists, ~was instantaneous, 147 3, 35 | kingdom were "consummated" principally in ~His Passion. Therefore 148 3, 41 | of the devil assail those principally who are ~sanctified, for 149 3, 43 | two reasons. First ~and principally, in confirmation of the 150 3, 43 | disciples ~gathered around Him, principally on account of His miracles: 151 3, 44 | for the ~good of man, and principally as to the salvation of his 152 3, 44 | miracles on the soul of man, ~principally by changing its lower powers. 153 3, 48 | to the Man-Christ, but ~principally to God.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 154 3, 57 | it ~seems that this is principally due to the fact that His 155 3, 59 | according to this it belongs principally to the soul of Christ to 156 3, 60 | definition of a thing is taken principally ~from that which belongs 157 3, 60 | is given primarily ~and principally to things which are offered 158 3, 60 | significative power, which resides principally in the very words, as ~stated 159 3, 60 | speak that language use principally and more commonly to signify 160 3, 60 | This would be the case principally if the end of a ~word be 161 3, 62 | grace seems to be ordained principally to two things: ~namely, 162 3, 62 | delivered us from our sins ~principally through His Passion, not 163 3, 62 | remission of sins is derived principally from faith in Christ's Passion. ~ 164 3, 63 | twofold end. First ~and principally to the enjoyment of glory. 165 3, 63 | Divine worship consists ~principally therein, so far as it is 166 3, 66 | because Baptism is conferred principally as a remedy against ~original 167 3, 67 | Baptism derives its power principally ~from its form, which the 168 3, 68 | to have been instituted principally as a ~remedy for original 169 3, 70 | concupiscence, which thrives principally in those members, by reason 170 3, 71 | exorcizing, not, indeed, principally, but as ministers of the 171 3, 72 | spiritual strength is situated principally ~in the heart. Therefore 172 3, 72 | things betray ~themselves principally on the forehead on account 173 3, 78 | in the builder's mind is principally the ~form of the house constructed, 174 3, 78 | three ~purposes. First and principally for securing our eternal 175 3, 79 | considered, ~first of all and principally, from what is contained 176 3, 80 | angels to do so firstly and principally, since they ~enjoy Him in 177 Suppl, 9 | which belongs to one virtue ~principally, belonging to other virtues 178 Suppl, 20| the ~confessional belongs principally to the power of the keys 179 Suppl, 34| itself is essentially ~and principally the sacrament of Order.~ 180 Suppl, 34| hand, order denotes power principally. Wherefore the ~character 181 Suppl, 42| by His ~Passion, and not principally through any blessing of 182 Suppl, 71| in two ways: in one ~way, principally; in another, secondarily. 183 Suppl, 71| secondarily. It profits principally the ~person who avails himself 184 Suppl, 77| and blood does not belong principally to the truth of human nature 185 Suppl, 77| nevertheless this ~can belong principally to the truth of human nature 186 Suppl, 77| with something belonging ~principally to the truth of human nature 187 Suppl, 77| something new begins to belong principally to ~the truth of human nature 188 Suppl, 77| thus it does not belong principally to the truth of ~human nature 189 Suppl, 77| the truth ~of human nature principally will rise again, but not 190 Suppl, 78| Wherefore that which belonged principally to the ~truth of human nature 191 Suppl, 92| signify a ~certain thing principally, it is not usually transferred


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