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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 1 | judges rightly of what ~concerns that virtue by his very 2 1, 2 | consider: (1) Whatever concerns the Divine Essence; (2) 3 1, 2 | Divine Essence; (2) Whatever concerns ~the distinctions of Persons; ( 4 1, 2 | of Persons; (3) Whatever concerns the procession of ~creatures 5 1, 2 | existence; (3) Whatever concerns His operations - namely, 6 1, 5 | This division properly concerns human goodness. But if we ~ 7 1, 5 | that this division properly concerns goodness as ~such. For everything 8 1, 13 | suppositum." Hence, so far as concerns images, the same ~rules 9 1, 14 | regards the end, although it ~concerns an operable thing. Therefore 10 1, 32 | all that exists in God concerns the unity of the essence ~ 11 1, 39 | we next treat of what concerns the person in reference 12 1, 45 | ARTICLES)~The next question concerns the mode of the emanation 13 1, 45 | et Proph. i): "To make ~concerns what did not exist at all; 14 1, 39 | we next treat of what concerns the person in reference 15 1, 46 | ARTICLES)~The next question concerns the mode of the emanation 16 1, 46 | et Proph. i): "To make ~concerns what did not exist at all; 17 1, 78 | ARTICLES)~The next question concerns the intellectual powers, 18 1, 78 | sensible thing. But as ~concerns the intellectual part, the 19 1, 104 | admiration. Now ~admiration concerns things manifest to the senses. 20 1, 105 | enlightenment caused by an angel concerns the intellect, as explained ~ 21 1, 106 | speaks to God either of what concerns the truth, or of ~whatever 22 1, 112 | belongs to provide what ~concerns one man in his relation 23 1, 112 | offices to ~procure what concerns the salvation of only one 24 2, 14 | is solicitous about what concerns his friend, as though it 25 2, 14 | being, and as far as it ~concerns the work to be done. Thus 26 2, 33 | interests, but also for what concerns others. On the other hand 27 2, 46 | it is evident that anger concerns those to whom one is just 28 2, 52 | cannot increase. For increase concerns ~quantity (Phys. v, text. 29 2, 57 | good counsel about all ~the concerns of life.~Aquin.: SMT FS 30 2, 61 | must take ~note that it concerns the human virtues, as we 31 2, 90 | of anything to the end ~concerns him to whom the end belongs.~ 32 2, 90 | vii). But promulgation concerns ~those who are present. 33 2, 102 | mindful of God's commandments concerns not the ~body but the heart. 34 2, 104 | their end; wherefore it concerns God and, ~consequently, 35 2, 114 | the third objection which concerns the ~increase of grace, 36 2, 1 | contained in the ~symbol, concerns all the faithful. Now the 37 2, 3 | to its end, to that which concerns faith, according to 2 ~Cor. 38 2, 23 | opposition to charity: this concerns beginners, in whom charity 39 2, 31 | of fraternal correction concerns priests only, but that it ~ 40 2, 31 | priests only, but that it ~concerns them chiefly.~Aquin.: SMT 41 2, 45 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The end concerns the moral virtues, not as 42 2, 45 | means to the end, in human concerns, far from being fixed, are ~ 43 2, 46 | are "good counsel," which concerns counsel, "synesis," which ~ 44 2, 46 | counsel, "synesis," which ~concerns judgment in matters of ordinary 45 2, 46 | occurrence, and "gnome," which ~concerns judgment in matters of exception 46 2, 48 | especially in so far as it concerns the ~commander-in-chief, 47 2, 64 | leave to another that which ~concerns the community, as happens 48 2, 65 | power of judging, and it concerns Him ~whatever is done sinfully 49 2, 77 | The natural inclination concerns the precepts of the ~natural 50 2, 80 | will ~to do readily what concerns the service of God is a 51 2, 85 | spiritual things. This debt concerns none but the clergy who 52 2, 86 | that he whose ~power it concerns does not gainsay it.~Aquin.: 53 2, 107 | OBJ 2: To state that which concerns oneself, in so far as it 54 2, 107 | a man states that which concerns himself, belongs ~to the 55 2, 120 | of a ~universal boon that concerns all. This universal boon 56 2, 120 | understood to command whatever ~concerns the payment of debt to any 57 2, 121 | of the ~body. Now virtue concerns the soul rather than the 58 2, 141 | OBJ 3: Further, modesty concerns external action, wherefore 59 2, 142 | they know more about our concerns in detail.~Aquin.: SMT SS 60 2, 150 | link between that which concerns the soul and that ~which 61 2, 150 | the soul and that ~which concerns the body, and this is the 62 2, 150 | perfected in that which concerns the reason. Since ~then 63 2, 152 | Whereas the unnatural vice concerns acts ~from which generation 64 2, 154 | OBJ 3: Further, victory concerns the victor rather than the 65 2, 159 | would seem that humility concerns, not the appetite but the ~ 66 2, 159 | opposed to pride. Now pride ~concerns things pertaining to knowledge: 67 2, 159 | of sinners." But choice concerns the ~appetite. Therefore 68 2, 170 | foreknow the future that concerns themselves, and of such 69 2, 180 | Not only the active life concerns prelates, they should ~also 70 2, 187 | to be especially one that concerns ~a change in his state of 71 3, 36 | accomplished by Christ, ~concerns all sorts and conditions 72 3, 37 | First, as to that ~which concerns the first-born, when he 73 3, 59 | judiciary power over temporal ~concerns, since He came to raise 74 3, 59 | Himself aloof from temporal concerns; nor ~does He deign to be 75 3, 59 | is set, such as temporal concerns, for example, some ~of which 76 3, 59 | unchangeable state as to all that concerns the soul: and therefore 77 3, 70 | institution of circumcision which concerns only ~males, was unfitting.~ 78 3, 75 | perfection of faith, which concerns His ~humanity just as it 79 3, 75 | contrary to the senses, but concerns things to which sense does 80 Suppl, 12| other. Now equalization ~concerns only such things as are 81 Suppl, 36| that others ~know whatever concerns the exercise of their Order.~ 82 Suppl, 43| discretion in those whom it concerns. Now a betrothal can be ~ 83 Suppl, 59| disparity of worship which concerns outward ~service, as stated 84 Suppl, 72| right will, to know what concerns ~himself. Hence since no 85 Suppl, 72| they wish to ~know what concerns themselves, and consequently 86 Suppl, 86| and are busy about earthly concerns, yet so as to prefer ~nothing 87 Suppl, 86| sentencing to punishment for ~sin concerns all the wicked. whereas 88 Suppl, 86| the ~discussion of merits concerns only believers. Because 89 Suppl, 86| judgment of discussion nowise concerns either the ~good or the


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