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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | rather both as examples to be followed in our lives (as in moral ~ 2 1, 32 | our own mind; and we have followed him in this (Q[27]~, AA[ 3 1, 32 | and Arius, who in this ~followed the Platonists. When Trismegistus 4 1, 43 | column which the people followed in the desert, and to the 5 1, 51 | say such a thing of God, followed the above ~opinion of others 6 1, 63 | the sin of pride, there ~followed the evil of envy in the 7 1, 66 | intermediate ~substance. Hence, it followed that to be made means merely 8 1, 66 | and corruption prove, it ~followed that the matter of all bodies 9 1, 71 | creature having ~life," are followed by these: "God created great 10 1, 43 | column which the people followed in the desert, and to the 11 1, 52 | say such a thing of God, followed the above ~opinion of others 12 1, 64 | the sin of pride, there ~followed the evil of envy in the 13 1, 67 | intermediate ~substance. Hence, it followed that to be made means merely 14 1, 67 | and corruption prove, it ~followed that the matter of all bodies 15 1, 71 | creature having ~life," are followed by these: "God created great 16 1, 79 | Therefore this natural form is followed by a natural inclination, 17 1, 89 | stated De Anima i, 2, it followed that the soul was of ~the 18 1, 109 | heavenly bodies. Avicenna followed a ~middle course. For he 19 1, 109 | immaterial forms. Avicenna followed them in this opinion to 20 1, 113 | the word with signs that followed."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[114] 21 2, 13 | decision" or ~"judgment," to be followed by "choice." And for this 22 2, 17 | OBJ 3: Further, command is followed at once by act. But the 23 2, 17 | act of the ~reason is not followed at once by act: for he who 24 2, 23 | those emotions "which are followed by joy or ~sorrow." But 25 2, 23 | the ~irascible faculty are followed by joy and sadness which 26 2, 33 | far as bodily pleasure is followed by a certain alteration 27 2, 44 | Tusc. iv, 8) that "fear is ~followed by trembling, pallor and 28 2, 59 | every action and ~passion is followed by pleasure or sorrow, so 29 2, 66 | connection among virtues followed the opinion of those ~who 30 2, 89 | sin. This vainglory was followed, in the man, by the ~desire 31 2, 97 | better occurs, the rule followed hitherto ~should be changed. 32 2, 102 | 36). These three feasts followed immediately on one ~another, 33 2, 107 | observance of the Law was ~followed by temporal prosperity, 34 2, 110 | that ~every love of God is followed at some time by a good caused 35 2, 8 | understanding is itself followed by a kind of certainty of 36 2, 46 | the ~reason's command is followed by obedience on the part 37 2, 59 | the real mean, ~is to be followed: but justice follows the 38 2, 86 | they left all things and followed Christ."~Aquin.: SMT SS 39 2, 91 | worshiping God, and others followed ~them. But afterwards men 40 2, 96 | the Gospel order should be followed, if the sin ~of perjury 41 2, 99 | their nets and father, and followed" Christ. Again it is ~said 42 2, 99 | means of livelihood, if they followed ~Christ.~Aquin.: SMT SS 43 2, 118 | law when it ought to be ~followed. To follow the letter of 44 2, 118 | when it ought not to be ~followed is sinful. Hence it is written 45 2, 119 | Augustine seems to have followed this: wherefore he ~assigns 46 2, 140 | it was stronger when we followed ~it, and though not wholly 47 2, 148 | Such is the course to be followed with the majority ~of sinners: 48 2, 159 | the reverse order to that followed by St. Benedict] are unfittingly ~ 49 2, 162 | punishment of sin, it would have ~followed sin immediately. But this 50 2, 162 | his reason, whence there followed ~so great a rebellion of 51 2, 169 | the word with signs ~that followed." Hence, thirdly, prophecy 52 2, 176 | the word with signs that followed": and ~reasonably so. For 53 2, 182 | which is perfect: 'And have followed Thee'"; and Ambrose, commenting 54 2, 183 | left all ~things and have followed Thee." Therefore it would 55 2, 184 | relate, Peter and Andrew followed Him after drawing their 56 2, 184 | perfect when he said: And have followed Thee."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 57 2, 186 | perfect, namely, ~'We have followed Thee,'" while poverty is 58 2, 187 | leaving all things he ~. . . followed Him." Therefore it is not 59 2, 187 | their nets and father, and followed our Lord." By this, says 60 2, 187 | immediately leaving their nets, followed Him." ~Here Chrysostom says ( 61 3, 1 | might be seen was not to be followed; ~but God was to be followed, 62 3, 1 | followed; ~but God was to be followed, Who could not be seen. 63 3, 2 | union of the Incarnation followed upon ~certain merits, because 64 3, 2 | every operation ~of this man followed the union. Therefore no 65 3, 5 | body. And consequently it followed that there were not two ~ 66 3, 5 | this error it would have followed that the Son ~of God "took 67 3, 7 | habitual grace of Christ followed after the union?~Aquin.: 68 3, 7 | preceded the union, but to have followed it; as a natural property. ~ 69 3, 8 | is ~held out to all to be followed, and some imitate at his 70 3, 18 | says (De Anima iii, 9), it followed ~that in Christ there was 71 3, 18 | Christ by His ~human will followed the Divine will according 72 3, 28 | women afar off, who had followed Jesus ~from Galilee, ministering 73 3, 28 | not ~only a child who is followed by others, but also the 74 3, 28 | were not first-born unless followed by ~others, the first-fruits 75 3, 36 | lxiii, that "these Magi followed the tradition of Balaam," 76 3, 36 | but the ~Gentiles, "who followed not after justice," forestalled 77 3, 40 | 2,3) that certain women ~followed Christ and "ministered unto 78 3, 41 | Hom. ~xxi super Luc.), "He followed Him in the course of His 79 3, 41 | because after the fast, hunger followed, which made the devil ~dare 80 3, 41 | fasted, but to the time that ~followed: since Matthew says that " 81 3, 43 | precisely because they ~followed Christ "without having seen 82 3, 44 | Mt. ~9:9, "He rose up and followed Him," says: "Such was the 83 3, 45 | both "the multitude that followed" ~and that "which went before, 84 3, 45 | Elias - and from those who followed after ~Him - namely, Peter, 85 3, 45 | scandalized at the Cross" that followed; or, again, "lest [the Cross] ~ 86 3, 47 | slaying Him, ~and the effect followed, since death resulted from 87 3, 50 | during the three days that followed His death, was a man, ~because 88 3, 66 | this question is not to be followed. Nevertheless the saying 89 3, 72 | baptized. Yet in doing this we followed the ancient ~custom of our 90 3, 77 | 2: Further, breaking is followed by sound. But the sacramental ~ 91 3, 83 | course should ~always be followed. But the greatest danger 92 Suppl, 51| by their consent, which followed ~afterwards. Yet both are 93 Suppl, 55| contracted, but only such as is ~followed by a mingling of seeds. 94 Suppl, 62| punishment, unless amendment has followed.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[62] A[ 95 Suppl, 66| Jerome's opinion is not followed: unless ~perhaps he wished 96 Suppl, 69| fail to visit since she followed me by land and sea in order 97 Suppl, 74| the end of the world, but followed immediately after ~Christ' 98 Suppl, 74| secrets than others ~who followed them, because they had " 99 Suppl, 86| Vulg.: ~'You who have followed Me']" says: "Those who left 100 Suppl, 86| who left all things and ~followed God will be the judges; 101 Suppl, 93| due to the fight which is followed by victory: "He . ~. . is


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