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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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observing

    Part, Question
1 1, 41 | explain them otherwise, by ~observing that the preposition "of" [ 2 1, 76 | Therefore we answer otherwise by observing that in matter two conditions ~ 3 1, 41 | explain them otherwise, by ~observing that the preposition "of" [ 4 1, 75 | Therefore we answer otherwise by observing that in matter two conditions ~ 5 1, 78 | in act or potentiality by observing first of all the nature 6 1, 83 | earlier natural philosophers, observing that things known are ~corporeal 7 2, 9 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, by observing the heavenly bodies astrologers 8 2, 34 | points. First, because, from observing ~that sensible and bodily 9 2, 64 | virtue consists in its ~observing the mean. Now, good, as 10 2, 64 | anything consists in its observing the mean, ~by conforming 11 2, 64 | intellectual virtue consists in ~observing the mean, in so far as it 12 2, 64 | virtues consists in their observing the mean. Now the ~theological 13 2, 68 | 1] Body Para. 3/6~Others observing that Gregory says (Moral. 14 2, 69 | boons known to us, while observing due proportion to the merits 15 2, 73 | reason is due to his not observing the due circumstances in 16 2, 88 | beside" the law, through not observing the mode of reason, which 17 2, 97 | person is dispensed from observing the general law, ~this should 18 2, 98 | could not be saved without observing the Old ~Law: for it is 19 2, 98 | could be saved ~without observing the Law.~Aquin.: SMT FS 20 2, 98 | could be saved without ~observing the Law.~Aquin.: SMT FS 21 2, 100 | 9) Whether the mode of observing a virtue comes under the 22 2, 100 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, by observing the precepts man deserves 23 2, 100 | certain fixed modes of observing justice, which fail to apply 24 2, 103 | not with the intention of observing legal circumcision. ~Aquin.: 25 2, 103 | be ~debarred at once from observing the legal ceremonies, while 26 2, 103 | however, did not sin, by observing the legal ceremonial ~for 27 2, 104 | faith. ~But the intention of observing them, as though one were 28 2, 104 | OBJ 1: The obligation of observing justice is indeed perpetual. ~ 29 2, 107 | under the difficulty of observing ~the Law, and are burdened 30 2, 108 | mention of man's fitness for observing the ~counsels. For in giving 31 2, 10 | that unbelievers sin in observing their ~rites: and not to 32 2, 31 | not be done anyhow, but by observing the due circumstances, which ~ 33 2, 33 | much ~of himself, through observing his own faults; but if a 34 2, 56 | denotes the purpose of observing justice always, ~"constant" 35 2, 59 | moral virtue consists in observing the ~mean which is determined 36 2, 60 | reveals another's sin, while observing the right order of so doing, 37 2, 77 | can to fulfil her vow by ~observing continence. Again a priest 38 2, 78 | describes ~as "the habit of observing equality in commutations." 39 2, 79 | which consists properly in observing the mean between too ~much 40 2, 79 | moral virtue consists in its observing ~the mean, as stated in 41 2, 86 | instance, keeping the fast or observing continency; while ~sometimes 42 2, 86 | man makes profession of ~observing a certain rule, in the second 43 2, 86 | solemnized. Now the obligation of observing continency ~is connected 44 2, 86 | other hand the obligation of observing; continency is an essential ~ 45 2, 93 | endeavor to know the future by observing the ~position and movements 46 2, 93 | Memor. i, 5] remarks, "the observing of omens has a ~touch of 47 2, 93 | divination that is taken from observing the lines of ~the hand is 48 2, 93 | that which is practiced by observing ~certain things done seriously 49 2, 93 | called "geomancy"; or by observing the ~shapes resulting from 50 2, 93 | poured into water; or by observing ~which of several sheets 51 2, 93 | or by throwing dice, and ~observing who throws the highest score; 52 2, 93 | the highest score; or by observing what catches the ~eye when 53 2, 93 | lawful to foretell effects by observing their causes: thus a physician ~ 54 2, 93 | and false opinion if, by observing ~the stars, one desires 55 2, 93 | things can be foreknown by ~observing the stars: and it is evident 56 2, 93 | future events acquired by ~observing the stars there have been 57 2, 93 | unfrequently forecast the truth by ~observing the stars may be explained 58 2, 93 | doing something, that by observing the result one may come ~ 59 2, 106 | of vengeance ~consists in observing the due measure of vengeance 60 2, 113 | circumstances. For if while observing other due ~circumstances 61 2, 122 | under the obligation of observing continency, through the ~ 62 2, 127 | hope we conceive through observing ~something either in oneself - 63 2, 127 | for instance, through observing that he is ~healthy, a man 64 2, 127 | for ~instance, through observing that another is friendly 65 2, 132 | man to use his reason by ~observing proportion of expenditure 66 2, 136 | perseverance ~is commended for observing the mean, while pertinacity 67 2, 137 | which they ~are set forth, observing at the same time a certain 68 2, 139 | Further, no one sins in observing a rule. Therefore if the 69 2, 142 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Observing the mean is not sufficient 70 2, 150 | purpose, confirmed by ~vow, of observing perpetual integrity. For 71 2, 151 | the greatest necessity for observing the order of reason in this ~ 72 2, 152 | sodomy." Fourthly, by not observing the ~natural manner of copulation, 73 2, 152 | Lastly comes the ~sin of not observing the right manner of copulation, 74 2, 160 | and one of those is the observing of other ~people's failings, 75 2, 182 | life consists chiefly in observing ~the counsels or the commandments?~( 76 2, 182 | Christian life consists in observing the commandments, it follows ~ 77 2, 187 | observe the precepts without observing the counsels, but not vice 78 3, 8 | the ancient Fathers, by ~observing the legal sacraments, were 79 3, 27 | standing ~by the cross, and observing every detail, after the 80 3, 36 | out of Jacob.' Wherefore observing this star to be a ~stranger 81 3, 37 | a kind of profession of observing the Law, according to Gal. 82 3, 39 | sins; in order that by His ~observing the law, no one might say 83 3, 46 | in the suppositum, yet observing the distinction of natures; ~ 84 3, 64 | sacramental effect without observing the ~sacramental rite. For 85 3, 69 | itself; thirdly, through observing a rite which differs from ~ 86 3, 78 | thus, as he would not be ~observing the rite of the Church. 87 3, 83 | can be sufficiently met by observing the Church's statutes?~Aquin.: 88 3, 83 | cannot be sufficiently met by observing the statutes of ~the Church. 89 Suppl, 27| religious merit more by observing their rule than by gaining 90 Suppl, 41| reward is the difficulty of observing the mean, and this is the ~ 91 Suppl, 49| begetting children and observing the marriage compact; while ~ 92 Suppl, 71| in themselves through our observing their feasts, ~but that 93 Suppl, 90| This does not prevent our ~observing a certain degree of merit 94 Suppl, 93| themselves in the state of observing perpetual virginity. But ~ 95 Suppl, 93| have the same ~intention of observing virginity without a vow 96 Suppl, 93| who had the purpose of observing perpetual virginity, ~whether 97 Suppl, 93| they had not the purpose of observing perpetual virginity. For 98 Suppl, 93| most perfect purpose of ~observing virginity. Others say that 99 Suppl, 93| unfailingly the purpose of observing perpetual ~virginity, and 100 Suppl, 93| a double reward, one for observing virginity, the ~other for 101 Suppl, 93| virginity: but the purpose of observing perpetual incorruption,


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