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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 1 | for all the senses are ~founded on one - the literal - from 2 1, 10 | not the same. ~Some have founded this difference on the fact 3 1, 11 | the privation of good is founded in some good; likewise ~ 4 1, 11 | the removal of unity is founded in some one thing. Hence 5 1, 17 | Reply OBJ 2: Falsity is not founded in the truth which is contrary 6 1, 17 | it, just as evil is not founded in the good which is contrary 7 1, 17 | as every ~privation is founded in a subject, that is a 8 1, 17 | being, so every evil is ~founded in some good, and every 9 1, 21 | the work of mercy; and is founded ~thereupon. For nothing 10 1, 25 | contrary to act, but is founded upon ~it, for everything 11 1, 25 | which its active power is founded; for instance, the power 12 1, 25 | nature of power in ~God is founded, is infinite, and is not 13 1, 30 | OBJ 1: This argument is founded on a real community.~Aquin.: 14 1, 32 | real plurality in God is founded only on relative ~opposition, 15 1, 40 | presupposes ~that on which it is founded; as equality presupposes 16 1, 40 | paternity is a relation founded on the action of generation. 17 1, 40 | for relation, as such, is ~founded upon an act: secondly, according 18 1, 41 | divine persons distinction is founded on origin. ~But origin can 19 1, 43 | the ~Church was in a way founded; in such a manner, however, 20 1, 46 | through. The objection is ~founded on the idea that, given 21 1, 40 | presupposes ~that on which it is founded; as equality presupposes 22 1, 40 | paternity is a relation founded on the action of generation. 23 1, 40 | for relation, as such, is ~founded upon an act: secondly, according 24 1, 41 | divine persons distinction is founded on origin. ~But origin can 25 1, 43 | the ~Church was in a way founded; in such a manner, however, 26 1, 47 | through. The objection is ~founded on the idea that, given 27 1, 83 | and ~principal objects are founded in sensible things. And 28 1, 95 | sense. This distinction is founded on the reason that a slave ~ 29 1, 95 | the objections which are founded on the ~first-mentioned 30 1, 96 | 2: These objections are founded on natural ~incorruptibility 31 1, 102 | world, for evil is ever ~founded on good, as shown above ( 32 1, 108 | authority of the demons is not founded on their ~justice, but on 33 1, 118 | virtue ~of the species is founded on. If this be taken away 34 2, 10 | thing. But since the will is founded ~on some nature, it is necessary 35 2, 24 | For since man's good is founded on reason as its root, that 36 2, 26 | threefold, that which is founded on "usefulness," that which 37 2, 26 | usefulness," that which is ~founded on "pleasure," and that 38 2, 26 | pleasure," and that which is founded on "goodness." But ~useful 39 2, 27 | concupiscence, or friendship founded on ~usefulness or pleasure: 40 2, 59 | Peripatetics, who were founded by Aristotle, as Augustine 41 2, 62 | 3:17: "Being rooted and founded in charity." Therefore ~ 42 2, 65 | Eph. 3:17: "Rooted and founded in charity." Now the root 43 2, 66 | of liberality needs to be founded on an act of ~justice, for " 44 2, 72 | things, negation is always founded on affirmation, ~which, 45 2, 84 | to Eph. 3:17: "Rooted and founded in ~charity."~Aquin.: SMT 46 2, 89 | Eph. 3:17: "Rooted ~and founded in charity." Accordingly, 47 2, 94 | practical ~reason is one founded on the notion of good, viz. 48 2, 95 | saying that "law is ~anything founded on reason, provided that 49 2, 103 | divine worship, which was founded on faith in ~that which 50 2, 106 | wit, the ~Church would be founded in every nation. And in 51 2, 2 | of faith, since faith is founded on the First Truth. ~Therefore 52 2, 4 | foundation precedes that which is founded ~thereon. Therefore faith 53 2, 4 | the ~building would not be founded on it unless the other parts 54 2, 4 | three virtues, because it is founded on the Divine truth, ~whereas 55 2, 4 | word, on ~which faith is founded.~ 56 2, 9 | speculation, in as much as it ~is founded on the First Truth. But 57 2, 11 | truth, on which faith is founded; and consequently it is 58 2, 18 | love of charity which is founded on God, ~when we love him 59 2, 22 | and this well-wishing is founded on some kind of communication.~ 60 2, 22 | charity since ~it is not founded principally on the virtue 61 2, 22 | to Eph. 3:17: "Rooted and founded in charity." ~Now a root 62 2, 23 | friendship of ~man for God, founded upon the fellowship of everlasting 63 2, 23 | the love of God, which is founded ~on the fellowship of natural 64 2, 23 | the other hand, charity is founded on a supernatural fellowship, 65 2, 24 | OBJ 2: Further, charity is founded on the fellowship of happiness, 66 2, 24 | friendship of charity ~is founded upon the fellowship of everlasting 67 2, 24 | friendship of charity is founded.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[25] A[ 68 2, 25 | the ~love of charity is founded; while man, out of charity, 69 2, 25 | friendship of charity is ~founded upon the fellowship of happiness, 70 2, 30 | children to their parents is founded ~on nature, wherefore the 71 2, 37 | Truth, on which faith is founded; ~whereas schism is opposed 72 2, 93 | for it is believed to be founded not ~on a chance movement, 73 2, 99 | and on each of them is founded a kind of ~friendship, which 74 2, 145 | your fast your own will is founded," and a ~little further 75 2, 172 | was made to Isaac, being founded on that which was ~made 76 2, 172 | revelations to the ~prophets were founded. And so, too, in the time 77 2, 172 | faith ~of the Church is founded on the revelation vouchsafed 78 2, 184 | school of perfection is founded on the ~principles laid 79 2, 185 | religious orders were not as yet founded. Secondly, because religious ~ 80 2, 186 | religious orders ~that are founded for preaching and other 81 3, 1 | nature, established and founded faith." ~Secondly, with 82 3, 47 | the ~moral order which are founded on the precepts of charity, 83 3, 63 | a ~character, cannot be founded immediately on the essence 84 3, 63 | which such a relation is founded. And it ~is in this that 85 3, 77 | that all accidents remain founded upon ~dimensive quantity.~ 86 3, 89 | spiritual life, which is founded on charity, whereby the 87 Suppl, 6 | in the Church ~which is founded by God. Wherefore they need 88 Suppl, 6 | And since the Church is founded on ~faith and the sacraments, 89 Suppl, 25| of faith the ~Church was founded (Lk. 22:32): "I have prayed 90 Suppl, 39| the power of orders is founded in the soul. But sex is ~ 91 Suppl, 40| instituted other ~ministers and founded the Church. Hence it belongs 92 Suppl, 44| Reply OBJ 3: A relation is founded on something as its cause - 93 Suppl, 44| for ~instance likeness is founded on quality - and on something 94 Suppl, 55| certain natural friendship is founded on natural ~fellowship. 95 Suppl, 55| so ~that this relation is founded really in both extremes. 96 Suppl, 65| Objection that human nature was ~founded without any defect, and 97 Suppl, 69| from the soul, is entirely ~founded as it were on the soul: 98 Suppl, 71| between them, for that life is founded on ~charity towards God, 99 Suppl, 71| whereon indulgences are founded.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[71] A[ 100 Suppl, 78| nature, ~because as God founded human nature without a defect, 101 Suppl, 93| human institution, ~they are founded somewhat on the nature of


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