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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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implied

   Part, Question
1 1, 4 | line of argument, too, ~is implied by Dionysius (Div. Nom. 2 1, 14 | words "that which is known" ~implied any disposition inherent 3 1, 16 | in the ~knower, which is implied by the word "truth"; for 4 1, 19 | to any other ~object is implied, as we do imply when we 5 1, 19 | an ~ordering to good is implied in the statement that it 6 1, 20 | certain imperfection is implied, as ~in desire, which is 7 1, 21 | word debt, therefore, is implied a certain exigence or necessity 8 1, 23 | grace and glory election is implied.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[23] A[ 9 1, 31 | Reply OBJ 2: Two things are implied in a collective term, plurality 10 1, 31 | by reason of the number ~implied, we signify the multiplication 11 1, 31 | is God alone, unless some implied meaning be assumed in the ~ 12 1, 33 | from another; which is not implied in the word ~"principle." 13 1, 34 | Therefore in the Word are implied relations to ~non-beings; 14 1, 34 | because in the Word is implied the operative ~idea of what 15 1, 34 | the creature, but it is implied in what ~belongs to the 16 1, 34 | relation to creatures is implied in the ~name of the Word. 17 1, 37 | relation to the creature is implied both in the Word ~and in 18 1, 39 | belongs to the ~"suppositum" implied in the substantive. But 19 1, 43 | principle of the effect implied in the mission, in that 20 1, 45 | can ~comprise the negation implied when I say the word "nothing," 21 1, 45 | which ~implies movement, is implied a relation to the principle 22 1, 66 | already existed; ~for this is implied by duration, since the end 23 1, 66 | 1 ~Reply OBJ 5: Place is implied as existing in the empyrean 24 1, 69 | places than one seems to be implied by the words that follow, " 25 1, 74 | the Trinity of Persons is ~implied. In creation the Person 26 1, 74 | Moreover, it is ~fittingly implied that the Spirit moved over 27 1, 37 | relation to the creature is implied both in the Word ~and in 28 1, 39 | belongs to the ~"suppositum" implied in the substantive. But 29 1, 43 | principle of the effect implied in the mission, in that 30 1, 46 | can ~comprise the negation implied when I say the word "nothing," 31 1, 46 | which ~implies movement, is implied a relation to the principle 32 1, 67 | already existed; ~for this is implied by duration, since the end 33 1, 67 | 1 ~Reply OBJ 5: Place is implied as existing in the empyrean 34 1, 70 | places than one seems to be implied by the words that follow, " 35 1, 73 | the Trinity of Persons is ~implied. In creation the Person 36 1, 73 | Moreover, it is ~fittingly implied that the Spirit moved over 37 1, 82 | This comparison which is implied in the choice belongs to ~ 38 1, 93 | that the obscurity which is implied in ~the word enigma may 39 2, 11 | his ~end in the Lord, he implied his desire to enjoy Him": 40 2, 30 | united soul and body, as is implied by ~the Latin word "concupiscentia." 41 2, 32 | pleasing good, that is not implied either by love or by ~concupiscence, 42 2, 40 | though to await [exspectare] ~implied keeping one's eyes on another [ 43 2, 69 | abundance, both of which are implied in the kingdom of heaven, 44 2, 100 | twofold internal movement is implied, of volition and of intention, 45 2, 105 | a cruel death, which was implied by the striking ~off of 46 2, 110 | favor of another, nothing is implied in him who has ~the favor 47 2, 110 | other, but an acceptance is implied in him whose favor ~he has. 48 2, 110 | grace of God, nothing is ~implied in his soul; but we merely 49 2, 113 | sin to a man, there is ~implied a certain effect in him 50 2, 113 | the end of the movement is implied in the remission of ~sins; 51 2, 2 | their faith must needs be implied in the faith of the ~learned. 52 2, 2 | The simple have no faith implied in that of the learned, ~ 53 2, 21 | he has to ~do, wherein is implied the prohibition of what 54 2, 21 | so to speak, wherein is implied the ~prohibition of the 55 2, 32 | aversion from God is directly implied in the hatred ~of God, but 56 2, 47 | these seems to ~be properly implied by foresight. Therefore 57 2, 47 | each of ~these things is implied in the word foresight, for 58 2, 74 | a kind of blasphemy, as implied in the canonical ~epistle 59 2, 77 | declining from evil is ~implied in doing good: since no 60 2, 83 | offering them gifts, than is implied by ~offering an animal or 61 2, 86 | Such is ~the necessity implied by a vow, bearing a certain 62 2, 86 | another's power contain an ~implied condition, namely, that 63 2, 87 | manner of swearing are implied by judgment: for the other 64 2, 118 | virtue than justice, as implied by its name: ~for it is 65 3, 3 | the word "assumption" are implied two things, viz. the ~principle 66 3, 3 | conclusion would ~follow if it implied this operation only, without 67 3, 6 | individuation, which is ~implied in the word "hypostasis," 68 3, 8 | this because by door is implied the ~principal authority, 69 3, 8 | above-mentioned there may be implied not merely the principal 70 3, 15 | inclination to sin, which is implied in the word "fomes." Therefore 71 3, 17 | the suppositum, which is implied by the word "Christ." Hence, 72 3, 18 | considers that doubt is implied in the word choice. Nevertheless 73 3, 18 | sensitive part, inasmuch as it implied a dread of ~coming trial, 74 3, 24 | so that no antecedence is implied. And so there would be no ~ 75 3, 24 | Others refer the antecedence implied in the participle ~"predestinated," 76 3, 24 | say that the antecedence implied in the ~participle "predestinated" 77 3, 35 | His Mother, because ~it is implied in the relation of motherhood 78 3, 35 | Lord by a relation which is implied in the real relation by 79 3, 39 | by ~the number three is implied faith in the Trinity, while 80 3, 41 | wished to tempt ~Him. This is implied by the words of Mt. 4:2, 81 3, 59 | the Principle, which is implied in the idea of ~eternity. 82 3, 59 | wisdom and truth. And this is implied by Daniel, when he says 83 3, 60 | signify the effect, which is implied in the sanctifying cause 84 3, 66 | of one Person another is implied, as ~the name of the Son 85 3, 66 | the name of the Son is implied in that of the Father, or 86 3, 66 | because the ~whole Trinity is implied in the name of Christ, and 87 3, 68 | that their salvation is implied in ~the faith of their parents; 88 3, 71 | the principal agent: as is implied in the very ~word "minister." 89 3, 75 | of the subject which is implied. And therefore, since there ~ 90 3, 78 | that which is changed is implied in the subject of this ~ 91 3, 78 | the term of the change is implied in the predicate. But ~just 92 3, 78 | the faithful, which is not implied under ~the notion of blood; 93 3, 88 | Penance": so that ingratitude ~implied in the hatred of one's brother 94 Suppl, 12| since equality is ~the mean implied in the name of satisfaction ( 95 Suppl, 29| of Confirmation cannot be implied by the ~act expressed in 96 Suppl, 47| not swear except with the implied condition "if it ~please 97 Suppl, 63| sacrament be repeated, it is implied that the ~first was not 98 Suppl, 67| indissolubility of marriage is implied in ~the good of the sacrament 99 Suppl, 71| of the righteous, than is implied by the expressions ~quoted


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