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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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attained

    Part, Question
1 1, 9 | attains to what it had not ~attained previously. But since God 2 1, 9 | What therefore ~has already attained its ultimate end, is not 3 1, 9 | creatures have already attained to their ultimate end; as 4 1, 12 | the knowledge ~of it is attained.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[12] A[ 5 1, 14 | the knowledge of it ~is attained, and this is accomplished 6 1, 14 | discursive reasoning ~is attained when the second is seen 7 1, 19 | such that the end cannot be attained without them; ~as, we will 8 1, 41 | it the end ~could not be attained, or, at least, so well attained. 9 1, 41 | attained, or, at least, so well attained. In neither of ~these ways 10 1, 62 | power. Thus, if it can be attained by some help, it is ~said 11 1, 62 | but if it can in no way be attained, then it is ~"impossible"; 12 1, 63 | supernatural beatitude, which is attained by God's ~grace. Or, if 13 1, 70 | fixed end which having attained, it rests; this does not 14 1, 73 | harp; or something ~that is attained by an operation, as the 15 1, 41 | it the end ~could not be attained, or, at least, so well attained. 16 1, 41 | attained, or, at least, so well attained. In neither of ~these ways 17 1, 63 | power. Thus, if it can be attained by some help, it is ~said 18 1, 63 | but if it can in no way be attained, then it is ~"impossible"; 19 1, 64 | supernatural beatitude, which is attained by God's ~grace. Or, if 20 1, 71 | fixed end which having attained, it rests; this does not 21 1, 72 | harp; or something ~that is attained by an operation, as the 22 1, 78 | that the medium and what is attained thereby belong to ~different 23 1, 81 | it the end is not to be attained or so well ~attained: for 24 1, 81 | be attained or so well ~attained: for instance, food is said 25 1, 81 | when the end cannot ~be attained except in one way: thus 26 1, 87 | things intelligible ~is attained through the virtue of wisdom, 27 1, 99 | And as soon as Adam had attained to that happy ~state of 28 1, 101 | animal life; and, having attained to the spiritual life, ~ 29 1, 107 | because when the end is attained, it is no longer necessary 30 1, 114 | the ultimate perfection attained by the introduction of the ~ 31 2, 3 | perfect happiness ~cannot be attained by man. Wherefore the Philosopher, 32 2, 3 | will rests in the end ~when attained.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[3] A[4] 33 2, 3 | inasmuch as ~when man has attained his last end, he remains 34 2, 3 | Secondly, as the object is attained by the power: and thus ~ 35 2, 4 | being at rest in the good attained. Wherefore, since happiness 36 2, 5 | angels. Because the angels attained it forthwith after ~the 37 2, 5 | men happy; and when he has attained it, he will be ~perfectly 38 2, 9 | reflect how this can be attained, and ~through this reflection 39 2, 10 | which the end cannot be attained, such as "to be" and "to 40 2, 11 | end and enjoying the end ~attained.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[11] A[ 41 2, 21 | by nature or art is not attained. But the goodness ~or malice 42 2, 25 | in the end, after having attained it. And this very ~aptitude 43 2, 32 | the pleasure when it is attained: indeed the very increase 44 2, 33 | man perceives that he has attained a certain perfection, which 45 2, 47 | because the dead seem to have attained to the limit of ~evils. 46 2, 50 | qualities. But when they have attained to perfection ~(specific 47 2, 61 | those who have already ~attained to the Divine similitude: 48 2, 61 | virtues of those ~who have attained to perfect bliss are without 49 2, 67 | the perfection of glory is attained.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[67] A[ 50 2, 69 | found in those who have attained ~perfection, in which case 51 2, 100 | common good is preserved and attained. If therefore there by ~ 52 2, 107 | carnal men ~who have not yet attained to the perfection of the 53 2, 8 | already ~comprehended [Douay: 'attained'], or were already perfect." 54 2, 16 | depends on right reason ~being attained, wherein also consists the 55 2, 16 | the ~measure or rule being attained; if we go beyond the rule, 56 2, 16 | because something else is ~attained thereby. Accordingly charity 57 2, 18 | because they have not yet attained to the perfection of charity. ~ 58 2, 23 | as though I had ~already attained, or were already perfect; 59 2, 23 | is made, another form is attained. And ~example of this is 60 2, 23 | as though I had ~already attained, or were already perfect." 61 2, 26 | where the more the rule ~is attained the better it is, so that 62 2, 27 | perfect happiness has been ~attained, nothing will remain to 63 2, 43 | virtue, for the ~latter is attained by human effort, whereas 64 2, 43 | measure of ~right judgment attained by some, whether in the 65 2, 50 | after the form has been attained: thus the sun lightens the ~ 66 2, 50 | which they themselves ~have attained, for example the ministrations 67 2, 86 | of puberty and have not attained the use of reason can nowise 68 2, 87 | because they have not ~yet attained the perfect use of reason, 69 2, 122 | Super Matth. i) that "they attained the ripe age of ~eternity 70 2, 139 | which use is in all cases attained by the touch. ~Secondarily, 71 2, 172 | to ~wit, he has not yet attained completely to his ultimate 72 2, 172 | OBJ 4: Samuel had not yet attained to the state of blessedness. ~ 73 2, 178 | objects to which one has ~attained by means of sensibles; the 74 2, 182 | to which the holy martyrs attained, who strove against ~sin 75 2, 182 | as though I had already attained, or were already perfect; ~ 76 2, 183 | when perfection has been attained.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[185] A[ 77 2, 184 | that he should already have attained the end, but it is requisite 78 2, 184 | whereby ~perfection may be attained, but only those which are 79 2, 184 | Accordingly those who have not ~attained to perfection, acquire perfection 80 2, 186 | to which the holy martyrs attained, who fought ~against sin 81 2, 186 | contemplative who has already attained ~to perfection. This happens 82 2, 186 | those who have already attained to perfection do not require 83 3, 1 | Secondly, when the end is attained better ~and more conveniently, 84 3, 7 | when the limit of grace is attained, as to essence and power, ~ 85 3, 7 | form, since they have not attained the highest degree of grace, 86 3, 7 | since they have not yet attained their ~end.~Aquin.: SMT 87 3, 29 | children: the first of which is attained by ~conjugal intercourse; 88 3, 29 | second perfection which is attained by the marriage act, ~if 89 3, 34 | took, which perfection He attained not ~by making progress, 90 3, 39 | of infancy. But when He attained to ~the perfect age, when 91 3, 49 | and through the Passion attained to the glory of ~immortality, 92 3, 55 | whereunto, according as He attained to the life of glory. Consequently, ~ 93 3, 60 | Children who have not ~attained the use of reason must not 94 3, 65 | without it the end cannot be ~attained; thus food is necessary 95 3, 65 | without ~it, the end cannot be attained so becomingly: thus a horse 96 Suppl, 23| of children who have not ~attained their majority, else they 97 Suppl, 29| of the soul, can only be attained by means of ~meat and drink. 98 Suppl, 30| For when a thing can be attained by one means, no ~other 99 Suppl, 42| end of matrimony is not attained ~without carnal intercourse, 100 Suppl, 72| follows that if happiness ~is attained by the soul alone, man would 101 Suppl, 78| because it has not yet attained to its ultimate perfection. 102 Suppl, 86| when all things will ~have attained to that end there will be 103 Suppl, 88| ceases when its purpose is attained, provided this is a sequel ~ 104 Suppl, 90| purgatory have not ~yet attained to their end. Wherefore 105 Suppl, 93| spirituality to which he has attained ~through the seed of God'


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