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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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attains

   Part, Question
1 1, 9 | something by its movement, and attains to what it had not ~attained 2 1, 12 | is ~perfect so far as it attains to its principle. Further 3 1, 12 | non-attainment"; for he who attains to anyone is said to ~comprehend 4 1, 12 | comprehend him when he attains to him. And in this sense 5 1, 26 | virtue, so far as anyone attains to beatitude; even as to ~ 6 1, 34 | But when the intellect attains to the form of truth, it ~ 7 1, 42 | father who begets him, but attains to equality by ~due growth, 8 1, 43 | operation of ~knowledge and love attains to God Himself, according 9 1, 58 | something previously known one attains to ~the knowledge of what 10 1, 62 | its end. Now ~everything attains its last end by its operation. 11 1, 62 | meritorious; and so far as it attains ~the end, is the fruition 12 1, 42 | father who begets him, but attains to equality by ~due growth, 13 1, 43 | operation of ~knowledge and love attains to God Himself, according 14 1, 59 | something previously known one attains to ~the knowledge of what 15 1, 63 | its end. Now ~everything attains its last end by its operation. 16 1, 63 | meritorious; and so far as it attains ~the end, is the fruition 17 1, 78 | which reason seeks. But man attains, ~although imperfectly, 18 1, 87 | For by knowing ~itself, it attains to some knowledge of incorporeal 19 1, 92 | some degree, however small, attains to a representation of the ~ 20 1, 102 | done ~by us, as a builder attains his end by building a house; 21 1, 102 | as the buyer of a field ~attains his end when he enters into 22 1, 102 | whether natural or free, attains to its divinely ~appointed 23 2, 2 | his last ~end: since man attains happiness through his soul. 24 2, 3 | is far from him; and he attains it, by grasping it in his 25 2, 3 | to ~understand that which attains to the true notion of happiness; 26 2, 3 | Wherefore the intellect attains ~perfection, in so far as 27 2, 5 | powers?~(6) Whether man attains Happiness through the action 28 2, 5 | their creation: whereas man attains if after a time. But ~the 29 2, 5 | participator, who indeed attains the object of Happiness, 30 2, 5 | man as that by which he attains the last end. Therefore 31 2, 5 | attain perfect good, but attains some imperfect ~good, although 32 2, 5 | attaining ~this good, but attains some imperfect good by its 33 2, 5 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether man attains happiness through the action 34 2, 5 | dispositions thereto: whereas he attains the last end ~itself through 35 2, 11 | so that the ~intellect attains this end, as the executive 36 2, 19 | genus. Moreover, everything ~attains to rectitude and goodness, 37 2, 49 | operation, to which one attains by means of operation. Wherefore 38 2, 50 | 4/5~But since no angel attains to the perfection of God, 39 2, 52 | indivisible: for whatever attains to ~that thing, is contained 40 2, 52 | thing in health; for a body attains to the nature of health, 41 2, 66 | human acts, whereby man attains ~happiness. Therefore prudence 42 2, 69 | of heaven, whereby ~man attains to excellence and abundance 43 2, 113 | which the subject moved attains to by its movement. But ~ 44 2, 6 | Further, that to which man attains by hearing and seeing, seems ~ 45 2, 6 | acquired by him. Now man attains to belief, both by seeing ~ 46 2, 6 | hearing." Therefore man ~attains to faith by acquiring it.~ 47 2, 8 | of faith, to which man attains by the gift of understanding.~ 48 2, 16 | the good is that which attains its proper rule: thus we 49 2, 16 | human act is ~good, which attains reason or God Himself. Now 50 2, 16 | whereof ~we speak now, attains God. For, as we have already 51 2, 16 | Divine assistance, our ~hope attains God Himself, on Whose help 52 2, 16 | make ill use of hope which ~attains God, as neither can he make 53 2, 16 | use of moral virtue which attains ~the reason, because to 54 2, 16 | in so far as ~he already attains his proper rule, viz. God, 55 2, 16 | of which we speak now, ~attains God by leaning on His help 56 2, 16 | virtue from the fact that it attains the supreme rule of human 57 2, 16 | human actions: ~and this it attains both as its first efficient 58 2, 22 | virtue, for, since charity attains God, it unites us to God, 59 2, 22 | place belongs to that which attains God most.~Aquin.: SMT SS 60 2, 22 | of good, whereas charity ~attains God Himself that it may 61 2, 22 | prudence, ~which by itself attains reason, is more excellent 62 2, 27 | Reply OBJ 2: When each one attains to happiness he will reach 63 2, 42 | to man, although no man attains it in ~this life? For one 64 2, 43 | intellectual virtue, since it attains to God more intimately by 65 2, 43 | the gift of wisdom, man ~attains to the sonship of God.~Aquin.: 66 2, 48 | extends to more matters, and attains a higher ~end. Hence prudence 67 2, 107 | true, from the fact that it attains its rule and measure, namely, 68 2, 108 | truth accidentally, and ~attains the specific nature of a 69 2, 121 | except in so ~far as one attains the end."~Aquin.: SMT SS 70 2, 152 | member of the ~human species attains to the perfection of the 71 2, 178 | Hence it is that when man attains to the contemplation of 72 2, 181 | to a ~higher action, he attains thereby both office and 73 2, 182 | perfect in so far as it attains its ~proper end, which is 74 2, 182 | in whatever measure one attains to the perfection of Divine ~ 75 2, 182 | this life, whereto a man attains by a kind of spiritual growth, ~ 76 2, 182 | to ~nature, wherefore he attains to the state of nature; 77 2, 187 | degree to which another man attains ~throughout his whole life. 78 3, 7 | than that to which fire attains. Now the ~proper measure 79 3, 10 | it has a finite capacity, attains to, but does ~not comprehend, 80 3, 29 | which in some way a thing attains its ~end. Now the form of 81 3, 34 | imperfect being," which attains perfection ~successively, 82 3, 60 | that by means of which one attains to the knowledge of something 83 3, 65 | things ~spiritual. Now a man attains perfection in the corporeal 84 3, 67 | state. ~Now by Baptism a man attains only to the lowest rank 85 3, 73 | within man himself; ~and he attains it by growth: such perfection 86 Suppl, 4 | this life, sometimes ~one attains to a state in which nothing 87 Suppl, 72| perfect, since ~thereby it attains its end. Now the most perfect 88 Suppl, 89| intelligible objects whatever, it attains to the vision ~of a separate 89 Suppl, 89| Hence, when our intellect attains to the supreme abstraction 90 Suppl, 93| the operation of nature attains: moreover it is that to


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