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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 1 | operative power. Hence ~it is plain that nothing false can ever 2 1, 2 | best result. Hence it is plain that not ~fortuitously, 3 1, 3 | article. Therefore it is plain that ~God is not in a genus 4 1, 3 | species. From this it is also plain ~that He has no genus nor 5 1, 4 | the sun's power. Now it is plain ~that the effect pre-exists 6 1, 33 | of God." Therefore it is plain ~that "paternity" is applied 7 1, 48 | creature. Therefore it is plain that fault has more ~evil 8 1, 65 | loving Him. Thus it is plain that the Divine goodness 9 1, 49 | creature. Therefore it is plain that fault has more ~evil 10 1, 66 | loving Him. Thus it is plain that the Divine goodness 11 1, 84 | exist without matter, as is plain regarding immaterial things. ~ 12 1, 84 | more perfect. For ~it is plain that the better the disposition 13 1, 108 | heavenly bodies. Now it is plain from what ~we have said ( 14 2, 59 | sensitive appetite, it is plain that moral virtues, which 15 2, 102 | loose to fly away into the plain, because the ~leper was 16 2, 111 | different effects, as is plain from what has been ~said.~ 17 2, 113 | the good of one man, as is plain from Ethic. i, 2. Hence 18 3, 1 | itself to others, as is plain from Dionysius ~(Div. Nom. 19 3, 1 | to the first ~man, as is plain from Gn. 2:23. "This now 20 3, 1 | and in the ~Church," as is plain from Eph. 5:32. But man 21 3, 1 | glory of God." Hence it is plain that He ~ought not to have 22 3, 2 | De Duab. Nat.). But it is plain that in ~Christ there is 23 3, 2 | genus ~or species, as is plain from FP, Q[3], A[5]. But 24 3, 2 | proper to hypostasis, as is ~plain from Boethius (De Duab. 25 3, 2 | thing" [aliud]. Now it is plain ~that the "otherness" which 26 3, 2 | the Son of God. Now it is ~plain that these modes imply an 27 3, 2 | subsistence." Therefore it is plain that the second of the three ~ 28 3, 2 | substance. Now substance, as is ~plain from Metaph. v, 25, is taken 29 3, 2 | the one who assumes, as is plain in the case of a saw ~or 30 3, 2 | the Son of ~God. But it is plain that for the perfection 31 3, 3 | the nature. Hence it ~is plain that to assume a nature 32 3, 3 | them indifferently, as is plain in rational powers, which ~ 33 3, 3 | the Divine Person, as is plain ~from what has been stated 34 3, 3 | any creature. Hence it is plain that, whether ~we consider 35 3, 3 | seeking knowledge, as is plain from the words of the ~serpent, 36 3, 4 | nature ~is a person, as is plain from Boethius (De Duab. 37 3, 4 | is in individuals, as is ~plain from what has been said ( 38 3, 5 | the imagination, as is ~plain from Is. 60:1: "I saw the 39 3, 5 | a ~phantom." Hence it is plain that He assumed a true body.~ 40 3, 5 | which is ~impossible, as is plain from what has been stated 41 3, 5 | regards his body, as is plain from ~Gn. 1. Therefore the 42 3, 5 | definition of man, as is ~plain from the Philosopher (Metaph. 43 3, 5 | except equivocally, ~as is plain from the Philosopher (De 44 3, 5 | relates how He marveled (as is plain from Mt. 8:10). Now ~marveling 45 3, 6 | than the soul; ~which is plain from the fact that angelic 46 3, 7 | not fear. And ~hence it is plain that no one is feared except 47 3, 7 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, as is plain from what was said above ( 48 3, 8 | received." And thus it is plain that Christ ~is fittingly 49 3, 8 | from the devil; and this is plain as regards the demons, who 50 3, 8 | their own free-will, as ~is plain in the leader of an army, 51 3, 9 | vision of faith, ~as is plain from 1 Cor. 13:10,12. Since, 52 3, 9 | completive forms, ~as is plain from what is said De Anima 53 3, 9 | the Divine ~Essence, as is plain from what has been said 54 3, 9 | 1/1~I answer that, As is plain from A[1], nothing that 55 3, 10 | 1/1~I answer that, As is plain from Q[2], AA[1],6, the 56 3, 10 | other infinite lines, it is plain that each has infinite ~ 57 3, 10 | power of an angel, as is plain from Dionysius ~(Coel. Hier. 58 3, 11 | honor"; from which it is plain that Christ is said to be ~ 59 3, 11 | same ~genus. Thus it is plain that it is the connatural 60 3, 12 | acquired knowledge, as is plain from what has been ~said ( 61 3, 12 | in this second way it is plain that ~Christ advanced in 62 3, 12 | habit of knowledge, it is plain that His habit of ~infused 63 3, 12 | perfect age; and this is plain from what the ~Evangelist 64 3, 13 | uncircumscribed Being of ~God, as is plain from Dionysius (Div. Nom. 65 3, 13 | creation and the ~like, as is plain from what has been said 66 3, 13 | meant all creatures, as is plain from Gn. 1:1: "In the ~beginning 67 3, 14 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: This is plain from what has been said.~ 68 3, 15 | virtue to us. ~Now it is plain that by reason of these 69 3, 15 | reason. And hence it is plain that the more perfect the ~ 70 3, 15 | vegetative soul, ~as is made plain Ethic. i, 13. And hence 71 3, 15 | in ~right reason, as is plain from Damascene (De Fide 72 3, 15 | of all knowledge, as is plain from what has ~been said 73 3, 15 | results from sin, as is plain from Ps. ~40:5: "Heal my 74 3, 15 | 1/1~I answer that, As is plain from what has been said 75 3, 15 | opposed to meekness, as is plain from Ethic. ~iv, 5. But 76 3, 16 | to be ~"humanized," as is plain from Damascene (De Fide 77 3, 16 | in one hypostasis, as is ~plain from Damascene (De Fide 78 3, 18 | moved by the Godhead, as is plain from the synodical letter 79 3, 18 | necessary ~nor natural, as is plain from what has been stated 80 3, 18 | choice. Therefore it is plain that doubt or inquiry ~belong 81 3, 18 | s salvation. Hence it is plain that in His will of sensuality 82 3, 18 | contrariety of termini, as is plain from the ~Philosopher (Phys. 83 3, 66 | this sacrament?~(4) Whether plain water be required?~(5) Whether 84 3, 66 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether plain water is necessary for Baptism?~ 85 3, 66 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that plain water is not necessary for 86 3, 66 | water which we have is not plain water; as appears especially 87 3, 66 | used for Baptism. Therefore plain and pure water is not necessary 88 3, 66 | water. Therefore pure and plain water is not necessary for 89 3, 66 | Therefore it seems that pure ~or plain water is not necessary for 90 3, 66 | Therefore it seems that plain water ~is not necessary 91 3, 66 | waters are not pure and plain water, it ~seems that pure 92 3, 66 | it ~seems that pure and plain water is not necessary for 93 3, 66 | stated above ~(A[3]). But plain water alone has the nature 94 3, 66 | of water. Therefore pure ~plain water is necessary for Baptism.~ 95 3, 66 | may cease to be pure or plain water in two ways: ~first, 96 3, 66 | the liquor thus thickened plain ~water be strained, it can 97 Suppl, 80| integrity of nature. It is also plain that the ~glorified body


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