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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | Further, in sacred doctrine we treat of angels, corporeal creatures 2 1, 1 | Sacred doctrine does not treat of God and creatures ~equally, 3 1, 1 | human acts; though it does ~treat even of these latter, inasmuch 4 1, 1 | these things, in truth, we treat in this science, but so ~ 5 1, 2 | expound this science, we shall treat: (1) Of God; (2) Of the 6 1, 4 | the divine simplicity, we treat next of God's ~perfection. 7 1, 14 | substance, we have now to ~treat of God's operation. And 8 1, 14 | the exterior effect, we treat ~first of knowledge and 9 1, 21 | the divine love, we must treat of God's justice and ~mercy. 10 1, 23 | divine providence, we must treat of ~predestination and the 11 1, 26 | divine essence, ~we come to treat of the divine beatitude. 12 1, 27 | essence, it ~remains to treat of what belongs to the Trinity 13 1, 36 | ARTICLES)~We proceed to treat of what belongs to the person 14 1, 39 | persons absolutely, ~we next treat of what concerns the person 15 1, 56 | known by them. We shall treat of their knowledge, first, 16 1, 58 | foregoing we have now to treat of the mode of the angelic ~ 17 1, 59 | In the next place we must treat of things concerning the 18 1, 59 | the first place we shall treat of the will itself; secondly, ~ 19 1, 61 | it now remains for us to treat of their creation, or, speaking 20 1, 64 | in sin. Later on we shall treat of ~the obstinacy of men 21 1, 75 | creature, we now ~proceed to treat of man, who is composed 22 1, 75 | corporeal ~substance. We shall treat first of the nature of man, 23 1, 75 | and operation - we ~shall treat first of what belongs to 24 1, 39 | persons absolutely, ~we next treat of what concerns the person 25 1, 57 | known by them. We shall treat of their knowledge, first, 26 1, 59 | foregoing we have now to treat of the mode of the angelic ~ 27 1, 60 | In the next place we must treat of things concerning the 28 1, 60 | the first place we shall treat of the will itself; secondly, ~ 29 1, 62 | it now remains for us to treat of their creation, or, speaking 30 1, 65 | in sin. Later on we shall treat of ~the obstinacy of men 31 1, 74 | creature, we now ~proceed to treat of man, who is composed 32 1, 74 | corporeal ~substance. We shall treat first of the nature of man, 33 1, 74 | and operation - we ~shall treat first of what belongs to 34 1, 77 | FOUR ARTICLES)~We next treat of the powers of the soul 35 1, 78 | science and mathematics treat. And the "opinionative" 36 1, 82 | unhappiness. Of this we shall treat later in the ~treatise on 37 1, 83 | morals; wherefore we shall treat of them ~in the second part 38 1, 83 | intellectual part we shall treat ~now.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[84] 39 1, 88 | be natural, such ~as we treat of now, but the effect of 40 1, 92 | MAN (NINE ARTICLES)~We now treat of the end or term of man' 41 1, 107 | appear more clearly when we treat of each ~of the orders ( 42 2 | will; it remains for us to treat of ~His image, i.e. man, 43 2, 2 | occasion to inquire when we treat of Charity.~Aquin.: SMT 44 2, 3 | explained further on when we treat of the resurrection (SS, 45 2, 4 | On this point we shall treat in the Third Part of this ~ 46 2, 23 | passions of the soul we can treat the difference of their ~ 47 2, 76 | the first place we ~shall treat of ignorance, which is the 48 2, 106 | Old Law; thirdly, we shall treat ~of those things that are 49 2 | TEN ARTICLES)~Having to treat now of the theological virtues, 50 2, 41 | 15:14) that we ought to treat such like scandal with ~ 51 2, 76 | simply, because we ought to treat every man as ~our neighbor 52 2, 80 | prayer. Accordingly we shall ~treat first of devotion, and afterwards 53 2, 81 | but we ask that men may treat it as a holy thing," and 54 2, 87 | taking of God's Name we shall treat now. ~The Name of God is 55 2, 87 | Accordingly we must first treat of oaths: and under ~this 56 2, 87 | God, since he would not treat even a ~good man in this 57 2, 87 | antecedents that they will not treat an ~oath with the reverence 58 2, 90 | God; secondly, we shall treat of those vices which are 59 2, 91 | of superstition. We shall treat (1) Of ~the superstition 60 2, 102 | for ~disobedience that one treat the precept with actual 61 2, 112 | friendship, for we do not treat strangers with ~the same 62 2, 121 | Offic. i): "Now we come to treat of fortitude, which being ~ 63 2, 126 | fortitude; and secondly we shall treat of each part.~Aquin.: SMT 64 2, 127 | regards the first we shall treat (1) ~of magnanimity; (2) 65 2, 152 | seqq.), where we shall treat of the sacrament of matrimony. ~ 66 2, 152 | show further on when we treat of ~matrimony (XP, Q[65], 67 2, 152 | XP, QQ[60],62], when we treat of matrimony.~Aquin.: SMT 68 2, 159 | Philosopher intended to treat of virtues as directed to ~ 69 2, 159 | humble towards those who treat us with regard, for ~even 70 2, 182 | orders of which we shall treat in the Third Part [*XP, 71 2, 187 | is written (Prov. 25:9): "Treat thy cause with thy ~friend." 72 2, 187 | written (Ecclus. 37:12): "Treat with a man without religion 73 2, 187 | supplies the negative: 'Treat not . . . nor with . . . '], ~ 74 3, 35 | Christ's conception, we must treat of His nativity. ~First, 75 3, 59 | the Last Judgment ~when we treat of things pertaining to 76 3, 60 | things, of ~which we shall treat further on (Q[63], A[1], 77 3, 73 | Eucharist; and first of all ~we treat of the sacrament itself; 78 3, 75 | difficulties of which we shall treat hereafter (Q[77]). ~Nevertheless 79 Suppl, 17| the first place we shall ~treat of the keys, secondly, of 80 Suppl, 21| FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now treat of excommunication: we shall 81 Suppl, 41| consider matrimony. We must treat of it (1) as ~directed to 82 Suppl, 43| absolutely; and here we ~must treat (1) of the betrothal; (2) 83 Suppl, 59| marry another. We shall treat of this matter further on ~( 84 Suppl, 69| to the foregoing we must treat of matters concerning the ~ 85 Suppl, 71| affection for ~himself, treat his body with loving care. 86 Suppl, 84| In the next place we must treat of those things which follow 87 Suppl, 84| judged; fourthly we shall treat of the ~form wherein the 88 Suppl, 92| say, to whom it belongs to treat of these matters. For they 89 Suppl, 92| the dowries of which we treat ~now are assigned by reason 90 Appen1, 1| states; and first we shall ~treat of the souls which depart 91 Appen1, 2| ARTICLES) ~(tm) We must next treat of the souls which after 92 Appen1, 2| for granted, for we ~shall treat of this matter further on [*


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