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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 2 | their end. Now whatever ~lacks intelligence cannot move 2 1, 4 | call that perfect which lacks ~nothing of the mode of 3 1, 4 | universally perfect, because He lacks not (says the Commentator, ~ 4 1, 5 | but ~only so far as it lacks being. Thus a man is said 5 1, 5 | to be evil, because he ~lacks some virtue; and an eye 6 1, 5 | said to be evil, because it lacks the ~power to see well.~ 7 1, 5 | said to be perfect if it lacks nothing according to the 8 1, 90 | Further, perfect is what lacks nothing. But the human body 9 1, 90 | nothing. But the human body lacks ~more than the body of other 10 2, 5 | not at ~rest, if he yet lacks some good that can be got. 11 2, 5 | OBJ 3: None of the Blessed lacks any desirable good; since 12 2, 18 | of evil, inasmuch as he lacks sight. ~That, however, which 13 2, 18 | evil: for instance if it lacks the quantity determined 14 2, 18 | but not ~inasmuch as it lacks the order of reason.~Aquin.: 15 2, 18 | goodness; and evil, when it lacks that ~complement. But every 16 2, 18 | An idle word ~is one that lacks either the usefulness of 17 2, 27 | far as he needs them and lacks them, he is unlike them. 18 2, 40 | above (A[5]). ~But youth lacks experience. Therefore it 19 2, 67 | science in so far as it lacks vision.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 20 2, 73 | opposite virtue. Now whoever lacks ~one virtue lacks them all, 21 2, 73 | whoever lacks ~one virtue lacks them all, as was shown above ( 22 2, 73 | so much so ~that he who lacks the use of reason, is altogether 23 2, 76 | knowledge; wherefore whoever lacks knowledge ~about anything, 24 2, 81 | cannot cause sin, because it lacks the ~rational part of the 25 2, 84 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Sin lacks order in so far as it turns 26 2, 102 | binding, ~betokens a man who lacks the veil of taciturnity, 27 2, 102 | understanding ~thereof; and whoever lacks either of these is spiritually 28 2, 6 | lifeless [informis] when it lacks ~the form due to it. Now 29 2, 6 | says that "the faith which lacks ~charity is a gift of God." 30 2, 9 | piety is very useless if it lacks ~the discernment of knowledge." 31 2, 16 | thing, of ~one, namely, that lacks what it hopes to have. Therefore 32 2, 22 | referred to that whereby he lacks charity. Such an act is 33 2, 22 | perfectly good, because it lacks its due ~order to the last 34 2, 37 | virtues, although whoever lacks faith lacks charity, so 35 2, 37 | although whoever lacks faith lacks charity, so too ~schism 36 2, 41 | done." Now ~anything that lacks rectitude is a sin. Therefore 37 2, 42 | whole and perfect when it lacks nothing" ~(Phys. iii, 6). 38 2, 44 | since the fatuous man ~lacks the sense of judgment, while 39 2, 44 | contrary to ~wisdom because it lacks the savor of discretion 40 2, 58 | thirdly, when the reason ~lacks certainty, as when a man, 41 2, 58 | unjust, if he who ~judges lacks the habit of justice or 42 2, 60 | him, and given to him who lacks it according to ~the form 43 2, 69 | On the contrary, He that lacks food is no less in need 44 2, 69 | less in need than he that ~lacks an advocate. Yet he that 45 2, 81 | intention is lacking, prayer lacks both merit and impetration: ~ 46 2, 87 | is lawful. A ~rash oath lacks judgment, a false oath lacks 47 2, 87 | lacks judgment, a false oath lacks truth, and a wicked or ~ 48 2, 87 | wicked or ~unlawful oath lacks justice.~Aquin.: SMT SS 49 2, 87 | has sworn, else his oath lacks truth.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 50 2, 96 | because an oath of this kind lacks the good of faith, which 51 2, 109 | simulate holiness, which he lacks ~through mortal sin, then, 52 2, 112 | of ~justice, because it lacks the full aspect of debt, 53 2, 125 | reason, and ~sometimes it lacks moderation, either by excess 54 2, 132 | his ~actions, because he lacks the wherewithal to perform 55 2, 150 | who has the other virtues lacks the matter of virginity, 56 2, 159 | have some good which he lacks himself, or himself to have ~ 57 2, 169 | the perfect is that which lacks nothing" ~(Phys. iii, 6). 58 2, 169 | revelation, but that it lacks none of those things to 59 2, 182 | said to be perfect when it lacks nothing in the ~disposition 60 2, 182 | The perfect is that which lacks nothing" (Phys. iii, ~6). 61 2, 182 | no one in this life who lacks nothing; for it is written ~( 62 2, 182 | the perfect is that which lacks ~nothing." Hence we may 63 2, 185 | thereto, but because he lacks that ~which enables him 64 2, 185 | deliver judgment because he lacks the episcopal authority. 65 2, 186 | such a thing is one "that lacks nothing," ~and this belongs 66 3, 27 | the perfect is that which lacks nothing," as is said Phys. ~ 67 3, 82 | excommunicated, who also lacks the use. Therefore it seems 68 Suppl, 4 | not contrition, because it lacks the efficacy of contrition.~ 69 Suppl, 14| punishment, even ~in one who lacks charity. Much more, therefore, 70 Suppl, 17| without sin by one who lacks knowledge; whereas knowledge 71 Suppl, 27| be supplied with what he lacks. Hence it is written (Gal. ~ 72 Suppl, 32| can he be anointed who ~lacks the part to be anointed.~ 73 Suppl, 53| character of order: but he lacks the ~exercise of his order. 74 Suppl, 63| unlawful, but because it lacks the honor of the signification 75 Suppl, 78| the perfect is that which lacks nothing. ~Since then there 76 Suppl, 83| is deformed, ~because he lacks due proportion of the parts 77 Suppl, 93| since no ~one is saved who lacks continence, and continence 78 Suppl, 94| needs no ~kindling, and lacks not heat." Therefore it


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