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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | should be expounded under the figure of less noble than of ~nobler 2 1, 1 | been expressed under the figure of ~nobler bodies, especially 3 1, 1 | 10:1) the Old Law is a figure of the New Law, and Dionysius 4 1, 1 | the New Law itself is a figure of future glory." Again, ~ 5 1, 1 | figuratively. Nor is the figure ~itself, but that which 6 1, 3 | Further, everything that has figure is a body, since figure 7 1, 3 | figure is a body, since figure is a ~quality of quantity. 8 1, 3 | quantity. But God seems to have figure, for it is written: ~"Let 9 1, 3 | likeness" (Gn. 1:26). Now a figure is ~called an image, according 10 1, 3 | brightness of His ~glory and the figure," i.e. the image, "of His 11 1, 7 | seen in ~the fact that a figure which consists in quantity 12 1, 7 | of ~quantity as such is figure, such a body must have some 13 1, 7 | such a body must have some figure, and so ~would be finite; 14 1, 7 | so ~would be finite; for figure is confined by a term or 15 1, 12 | Divine essence, but some figure representing God. ~And this 16 1, 23 | fixed by God at a certain figure, there would be more saved ~ 17 1, 29 | substance of a rational figure. The individual in itself 18 1, 35 | consists chiefly in the figure. For we see that the species ~ 19 1, 35 | called an image unless the figure is likewise depicted. Further, 20 1, 35 | similitude of species or of figure is enough for an image, 21 1, 35 | brightness of His glory, and the figure of His ~substance." (Heb. 22 1, 36 | there is ~a fallacy of "figure of speech" as the argument 23 1, 39 | woman is of a ~handsome figure," or: "This man is of perfect 24 1, 43 | time of His ~baptism by the figure of a dove, a fruitful animal, 25 1, 63 | said of the devil under the figure of the prince of ~Babylon ( 26 1, 39 | woman is of a ~handsome figure," or: "This man is of perfect 27 1, 43 | time of His ~baptism by the figure of a dove, a fruitful animal, 28 1, 64 | said of the devil under the figure of the prince of ~Babylon ( 29 1, 84 | sensible objects, as size or figure; when, for example, it ~ 30 1, 85 | number, ~proportion, and figure. Therefore our intellect 31 1, 117 | for the whole man, by the figure of synecdoche.~Aquin.: SMT 32 2, 3 | is said to be a perfect ~figure, because its beginning and 33 2, 26 | two, ~and as a rectilinear figure is to one composed of straight 34 2, 54 | three-sided in a four-sided figure. For the ~intellect cannot 35 2, 72 | distinguished from a four-sided figure not in respect of its ~being 36 2, 101 | spirit and in truth." But a figure is ~not the very truth: 37 2, 102 | things) happened to them in figure." Now in the stories ~of 38 2, 102 | since the reason of the figure is ~taken from that which 39 2, 102 | taken from that which the figure represents, therefore the 40 2, 102 | chastity; while the dove ~was a figure of charity. "The wheat-flour 41 2, 102 | whatever they did was a figure of things pertaining to ~ 42 2, 102 | division of the hoof is ~a figure of the two Testaments: or 43 2, 102 | to seize the prey, is a figure of ~those who assist the 44 2, 102 | proceeding to digest it: it is a figure of the miser, who ~is excessively 45 2, 102 | its food in water: it is a figure ~of a man who will not take 46 2, 103 | things happened to them in figure." Therefore there ~were 47 2, 103 | uncleanness of the body, was a figure of that expiation from sins ~ 48 2, 103 | being instituted by God as a figure of Christ.~Aquin.: SMT FS 49 2, 104 | principally ~that it may be the figure of something. In this way 50 2, 104 | things happened to them in figure."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[104] 51 2, 107 | the law of shadow or of figure. ~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[107] 52 2, 107 | but implicitly, under a figure. And accordingly, even as 53 2, 110 | form" which is the "abiding figure of ~things," since it does 54 2, 10 | and this either ~in the figure, and such is the unbelief 55 2, 10 | however, they accepted the figure of that faith ~in the Old 56 2, 10 | faith is represented in a figure, so to speak. For ~this 57 2, 15 | as the ~reality in the figure, as stated above (FS, Q[ 58 2, 76 | another's goods at a low figure; or ~raises his price through 59 2, 84 | Law, however, wherein the figure was predominant, certain 60 2, 85 | things happened to them in figure." In ~this respect they 61 2, 102 | OBJ 2: The Old Law was a figure of the New Testament, and ~ 62 2, 109 | taken literally but as a figure of something else that we 63 2, 120 | their necessity, because the figure pertains to the protestation 64 2, 123 | fortitude. [*Antonomasia is the figure of ~speech whereby we substitute 65 2, 139 | Rome. [*Antonomasia is the figure of ~speech whereby we substitute 66 2, 172 | burning of the city under the figure of a boiling cauldron (Jer. 67 2, 173 | OBJ 1: Sometimes by the figure of synecdoche a part of 68 2, 184 | etc. Now these ~were a figure of those "who attain the 69 3, 1 | if one were "to paint a ~figure in which the neck of a horse 70 3, 2 | composition, order, or figure, as a heap is made up of 71 3, 2 | order, and fashioned to a ~figure. And in this way some said 72 3, 2 | composition nor order ~nor figure is a substantial form, but 73 3, 2 | shaped according to the ~figure of him who puts it on, and 74 3, 3 | would be ~the fallacy of figure of speech or of accident; 75 3, 5 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The figure ought to correspond to the 76 3, 5 | things were foretold in a figure, and another that ~historical 77 3, 16 | is called man as a bronze figure is called man if it has 78 3, 16 | called man if it has the ~figure of a man. So, too, those 79 3, 22 | the Old Law, which is a figure of Christ, the ~lawgivers 80 3, 22 | priesthood of the Old Law was a figure of the priesthood ~of Christ, 81 3, 22 | therefrom as truth from figure.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[22] A[ 82 3, 22 | priesthood of the Old Law was a figure of the ~priesthood of Christ. 83 3, 22 | priest of the Old Law was a figure of Him; while the priest 84 3, 22 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: A figure cannot equal the reality, 85 3, 22 | down, Lev. 16:11. But the figure ~fell short of the reality 86 3, 22 | priesthood of the Law ~was a figure of the priesthood of Christ, 87 3, 25 | and impiety to fashion a ~figure of what is Divine." But 88 3, 25 | it represents to us the figure of Christ extended thereon; ~ 89 3, 27 | things happened to them in figure." ~Now the sanctification 90 3, 31 | world" (Jn. 1:29), ~whose figure was Melchisedech, as the 91 3, 31 | Melchisedech, inasmuch as he was a figure ~of Christ, was greater 92 3, 36 | the star containing the ~figure of a small child, and above 93 3, 36 | which is of faith. As a figure of this, Simeon, ~"who was 94 3, 37 | advent of the reality, the figure ceases. But circumcision 95 3, 37 | Passion. Consequently this figure was not ~completely fulfilled 96 3, 37 | Law are referred, as the figure to the reality. But a victim ~ 97 3, 37 | Victim, in order that the figure might ~be united to and 98 3, 39 | which was no more than a ~figure. Consequently it was more 99 3, 39 | should correspond to the figure. But baptism was ~prefigured 100 3, 45 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, figure is in the fourth species 101 3, 45 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Figure is seen in the outline of 102 3, 45 | seems to pertain ~to the figure. Now the clarity, just as 103 3, 46 | ought to conform to the figure. But in all the ~sacrifices 104 3, 46 | the truth answers to the figure; but "it is not ~necessary 105 3, 46 | ought to correspond with the figure. But ~Christ's Passion was 106 3, 46 | might ~correspond with the figure. For the calf and the goat 107 3, 47 | truth should respond to the figure. Now it was not ~the Gentiles 108 3, 48 | should correspond with the figure. But human ~flesh was never 109 3, 48 | the truth answers to the figure in some respects, ~yet it 110 3, 48 | truth must go beyond the figure. ~Therefore the figure of 111 3, 48 | the figure. ~Therefore the figure of this sacrifice, in which 112 3, 53 | Christ, so as to be a kind of figure of His Resurrection.~Aquin.: 113 3, 55 | it is not a lie, but a figure of the truth; otherwise ~ 114 3, 55 | in that woman there is a figure of the Church of the Gentiles, ~ 115 3, 55 | the first act relates to figure, the other to sex; the ~ 116 3, 57 | days may be understood as a figure of this ~world, wherein 117 3, 60 | under the Old Law was a figure of ~Christ Who is the "Holy 118 3, 60 | things happened to them in figure"; and Col. 2:17: ~"Which 119 3, 61 | after Christ ~came. For the figure should cease with the advent 120 3, 62 | sanctification was but a figure: for they were said to ~ 121 3, 63 | Apostle calls Christ "the figure" or ~{charakter} "of the 122 3, 63 | to be the same thing as "figure"; hence (Heb. 1:3), ~where 123 3, 63 | Heb. 1:3), ~where we read "figure of His substance, "for " 124 3, 63 | of His substance, "for "figure" the Greek has ~{charakter}. 125 3, 63 | Greek has ~{charakter}. Now "figure" is in the fourth species 126 3, 63 | brightness of His glory and the figure," or character, "of His ~ 127 3, 65 | union the Eucharist is a figure: hence the ~Apostle says ( 128 3, 66 | to fulfil and replace the figure by His ~reality. Therefore 129 3, 66 | hanging on ~the cross was a figure of Baptism, as stated above ( 130 3, 66 | instance, "the Deluge" was a figure of our Baptism, in respect 131 3, 66 | the Red Sea": which was a figure of our ~Baptism, in respect 132 3, 67 | wrote this book," but the figure of synecdoche in ~which 133 3, 70 | a preparation for, and a figure of, Baptism?~(2) Its institution;~( 134 3, 70 | a preparation for, and a figure of Baptism?~Aquin.: SMT 135 3, 70 | preparation for, and a ~figure of Baptism. For every figure 136 3, 70 | figure of Baptism. For every figure has some likeness to that 137 3, 70 | a preparation for, and a figure of Baptism.~Aquin.: SMT 138 3, 70 | a preparation for, and a figure of Baptism.~Aquin.: SMT 139 3, 70 | preparation for, and a figure of Christ's Baptism, it 140 3, 70 | a preparation for, and a figure of Baptism.~Aquin.: SMT 141 3, 70 | preparation for Baptism and a figure ~thereof, forasmuch as " 142 3, 70 | the Fathers of old "in ~figure" (1 Cor. 10:11); just as 143 3, 70 | Further, circumcision was a figure of, and a preparation for, ~ 144 3, 73 | Paschal Lamb was the chief figure of this sacrament?~Aquin.: 145 3, 73 | Paschal Lamb was not the chief figure of this ~sacrament, because ( 146 3, 73 | since Melchisedech bore the figure of ~Christ's sacrifice, 147 3, 73 | offering was the "principal" figure of this sacrament.~Aquin.: 148 3, 73 | passage of the Red Sea was a figure of Baptism, ~according to 149 3, 73 | Manna is a more expressive ~figure of this sacrament than the 150 3, 73 | was a more ~significant figure of this sacrament than was 151 3, 73 | sacrament only, the chief figure of ~this sacrament was the 152 3, 73 | to its effect, the chief figure was the Manna, "having ~ 153 3, 73 | the moon; and this was a figure of the ~Passion of Christ, 154 3, 73 | Paschal Lamb is the chief ~figure of this sacrament, because 155 3, 75 | truth, or merely ~as in a figure or sign?~Aquin.: SMT TP 156 3, 75 | truth, but only as in a figure, or sign. For it is written ( 157 3, 75 | Old Law contained only in figure that true sacrifice of ~ 158 3, 75 | merely in signification or figure, but also in very truth. ~ 159 3, 75 | Sacram. iv): "Although the figure of ~the bread and wine be 160 3, 76 | ought to correspond with the figure. But, ~according to the 161 3, 76 | concerning the Paschal Lamb, a ~figure of this sacrament, "there 162 3, 76 | truth ~corresponds with the figure, still the figure cannot 163 3, 76 | with the figure, still the figure cannot equal it.~Aquin.: 164 3, 76 | it is not a lie, but a ~figure of the truth." And since 165 3, 78 | chalice of My blood" is a ~figure of speech, which can be 166 3, 78 | in two ways. First, as a figure ~of metonymy; because the 167 3, 78 | two ways. First of all in figure, ~and this belongs to the 168 3, 78 | because it is shown now not in figure but in truth; and ~therefore 169 3, 79 | is called ~"Viaticum," a figure whereof we read in 3 Kgs. 170 3, 80 | instituted. ~Secondly, by a figure: thus the Apostle says ( 171 3, 80 | reality ought to answer to the figure. But the ~Paschal Lamb, 172 3, 80 | Lamb, which was the chief figure of this sacrament, as was 173 3, 80 | The Paschal Lamb was the figure of this sacrament chiefly ~ 174 3, 83 | Para. 1/2 ~Reply OBJ 2: The figure ceases on the advent of 175 3, 83 | But this ~sacrament is a figure and a representation of 176 3, 83 | ought to correspond with the figure. But in ~the Old Testament, 177 3, 83 | Old Testament, which was a figure of the New, the altar was 178 3, 83 | contained verily, and not in figure only.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[83] 179 3, 83 | be conformable with the figure. But ~regarding the Paschal 180 3, 83 | Paschal Lamb, which was a figure of this sacrament, it was ~ 181 3, 83 | be conformable with the figure, in some ~respect: namely, 182 Suppl, 29| New Law. But there was no figure of Extreme Unction in ~the 183 Suppl, 29| corresponding sacrament, as by ~a figure of the same kind. Nevertheless 184 Suppl, 40| should correspond to the figure. Now the crown ~was prefigured 185 Suppl, 54| and thus ~we have line and figure in numbers, in so far as 186 Suppl, 72| into everlasting fire, the figure of this ~world will perish 187 Suppl, 93| has perfection from its figure: for a square figure is ~ 188 Suppl, 93| its figure: for a square figure is ~prefect through being 189 Suppl, 94| to be declared under the figure of corporeal pleasures ~


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