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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | bliss; to which as ~to an ultimate end the purposes of every 2 1, 2 | intermediate is the cause ~of the ultimate cause, whether the intermediate 3 1, 2 | causes, there will be no ~ultimate, nor any intermediate cause. 4 1, 2 | neither will there be an ultimate effect, nor any intermediate 5 1, 5 | desirable; and consequently of ultimate perfection. Hence that which 6 1, 5 | perfection. Hence that which has ~ultimate perfection is said to be 7 1, 5 | that which has not the ~ultimate perfection it ought to have ( 8 1, 5 | that movement. Now the ultimate term of movement can be 9 1, 9 | has already attained its ultimate end, is not in motion. But 10 1, 9 | already attained to their ultimate end; as all the blessed ~ 11 1, 12 | not tenable. For as the ~ultimate beatitude of man consists 12 1, 12 | opposed to faith. For the ultimate perfection of the rational 13 1, 12 | such things are not the ultimate end of our desire, so as 14 1, 12 | Him, they enjoy Him as the ultimate ~fulfilment of desire.~Aquin.: 15 1, 15 | that in every effect the ultimate end is ~the proper intention 16 1, 21 | divine will - which is the ultimate end. We may say, for ~instance, 17 1, 23 | more immediately reach the ultimate end. Whence the number of ~ 18 1, 25 | infinite good; which is the ultimate effect of the ~divine power. 19 1, 48 | in potentiality, and the ultimate act ~is operation, or the 20 1, 50 | agree likewise in their ultimate constitutive ~difference; 21 1, 62 | beatitude is understood the ultimate ~perfection of rational 22 1, 62 | everything naturally desires its ultimate ~perfection. Now there is 23 1, 62 | Now there is a twofold ultimate perfection of rational or 24 1, 62 | Ethic. x) says that man's ultimate happiness consists in ~his 25 1, 62 | of their creation that ~ultimate beatitude which is beyond 26 1, 62 | His essence, wherein the ultimate beatitude ~of the rational 27 1, 62 | upwards. To be turned to his ultimate ~beatitude is difficult 28 1, 62 | AA[1],2; Q[12], AA[4],5), ultimate beatitude exceeds both ~ 29 1, 62 | not intended to secure his ultimate perfection at ~once, like 30 1, 62 | But what is already in the ultimate term is not said to be moved, ~ 31 1, 63 | they might attain their ultimate beatitude of their own ~ 32 1, 65 | end does not exclude the ultimate end. ~Therefore that corporeal 33 1, 75 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the ultimate specific difference is the 34 1, 75 | and the angel agree in the ultimate specific ~difference: therefore 35 1, 75 | Eternal happiness is the ultimate and supernatural end.~Aquin.: 36 1, 75 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The ultimate specific difference is the 37 1, 76 | Ethic. x, 7) that the ~ultimate happiness of man must consist 38 1, 76 | says (Phys. ii, 2), the ultimate natural ~form to which the 39 1, 77 | to a further act, but the ultimate term of ~generation. Wherefore, 40 1, 49 | in potentiality, and the ultimate act ~is operation, or the 41 1, 51 | agree likewise in their ultimate constitutive ~difference; 42 1, 63 | beatitude is understood the ultimate ~perfection of rational 43 1, 63 | everything naturally desires its ultimate ~perfection. Now there is 44 1, 63 | Now there is a twofold ultimate perfection of rational or 45 1, 63 | Ethic. x) says that man's ultimate happiness consists in ~his 46 1, 63 | of their creation that ~ultimate beatitude which is beyond 47 1, 63 | His essence, wherein the ultimate beatitude ~of the rational 48 1, 63 | upwards. To be turned to his ultimate ~beatitude is difficult 49 1, 63 | AA[1],2; Q[12], AA[4],5), ultimate beatitude exceeds both ~ 50 1, 63 | not intended to secure his ultimate perfection at ~once, like 51 1, 63 | But what is already in the ultimate term is not said to be moved, ~ 52 1, 64 | they might attain their ultimate beatitude of their own ~ 53 1, 66 | end does not exclude the ultimate end. ~Therefore that corporeal 54 1, 74 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the ultimate specific difference is the 55 1, 74 | and the angel agree in the ultimate specific ~difference: therefore 56 1, 74 | Eternal happiness is the ultimate and supernatural end.~Aquin.: 57 1, 74 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The ultimate specific difference is the 58 1, 75 | Ethic. x, 7) that the ~ultimate happiness of man must consist 59 1, 75 | says (Phys. ii, 2), the ultimate natural ~form to which the 60 1, 76 | to a further act, but the ultimate term of ~generation. Wherefore, 61 1, 78 | intellect as regards the ~ultimate completion of the act, and 62 1, 81 | Wherefore the ~desire of the ultimate end does not regard those 63 1, 84 | part. Thus it is that the ultimate intention of nature is to ~ 64 1, 84 | its first principles ~and ultimate causes understands it better 65 1, 86 | as it is in act. Now the ultimate perfection of the intellect ~ 66 1, 87 | immaterial. In this he makes the ultimate happiness of man to ~consist. 67 1, 87 | concludes (Ethic. i, 7) that ultimate ~happiness consisting in 68 1, 87 | Aristotle clearly ~places the ultimate felicity of man in the knowledge 69 1, 88 | philosophers said that the ultimate happiness of ~man consists 70 1, 88 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Man's ultimate happiness consists not in 71 1, 88 | happiness - not final and ultimate happiness. But the ~separated 72 1, 92 | specific likeness follows the ultimate ~difference. But some things 73 1, 102 | perfection. Now a thing's ultimate perfection consists ~in 74 1, 102 | this. however, is not its ultimate end, but ~is ordered to 75 1, 102 | nevertheless they agree in the ultimate end, so far as ~they are 76 1, 104 | First Mover, to Whom the ultimate end ~is proportionate; just 77 1, 104 | but that God alone is ~the ultimate cause of everything wrought; 78 1, 105 | or as the subject by the ultimate perfecting form: for the 79 1, 105 | were, dispositions to this ultimate form.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[106] 80 1, 112 | salvation, if we consider ~the ultimate effect of their guardianship, 81 1, 112 | instruction, ~as to its ultimate and principal effect. Nevertheless 82 1, 114 | substantial form; but ~that the ultimate perfection attained by the 83 1, 117 | corruptions we arrive at the ultimate ~substantial form, both 84 1, 117 | agent from reaching to ~the ultimate form; while the powers of 85 1, 118 | leaves ~that matter until the ultimate dissolution of the individual. 86 2, 1 | a ~man desires for his ultimate end, that which he desires 87 2, 1 | perfect good, which is ~the ultimate end. ~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[1] 88 2, 14 | holds the position of an ultimate conclusion whereat the inquiry 89 2, 18 | there must needs be some ultimate form, ~giving a specific 90 2, 30 | there is no reaching an ultimate term in them. But the subject 91 2, 30 | delighted until he attain the ultimate term. ~Therefore, if concupiscence 92 2, 34 | is not of the nature of ultimate ~perfection. But this is 93 2, 51 | human nature, namely, ~the ultimate and perfect happiness of 94 2, 54 | power to an act as to its ultimate term. ~Consequently one 95 2, 57 | secondly, so that it is the ultimate term ~of all human knowledge. 96 2, 63 | only in relation to ~the ultimate end, but also in relation 97 2, 65 | well disposed towards his ultimate end, which is the effect ~ 98 2, 65 | direct man well to the ultimate end. But the other virtues, 99 2, 65 | first principle, viz. the ultimate end. ~On the other hand 100 2, 69 | beatitude implies ~something ultimate, the beatitudes do not include 101 2, 70 | is essentially something ultimate and delightful. ~Now this 102 2, 70 | a fruit to be something ultimate and ~delightful; whereas 103 2, 70 | fruit of eternal life is ultimate and perfect simply: ~hence 104 2, 70 | present life are not simply ultimate and perfect; wherefore ~ 105 2, 70 | fruit is to be something ultimate and ~delightful. But this 106 2, 70 | while faith is not something ultimate, but rather something primary 107 2, 70 | has the aspect of being ultimate and delightful, in as ~much 108 2, 74 | rule, it follows that the ultimate sentence, whereby the judgment ~ 109 2, 98 | things which ~dispose to the ultimate perfection are effected 110 2, 1 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: The ultimate consummation of grace was 111 2, 2 | Q[3], A[8]) that man's ultimate happiness consists in a 112 2, 2 | disposition which precedes the ultimate form. Now it is evident 113 2, 8 | because they are ~something ultimate and delightful, produced 114 2, 8 | the ~Holy Ghost. Now the ultimate and delightful has the nature 115 2, 8 | consequently that which is ~ultimate and delightful with regard 116 2, 11 | end and object; but the ultimate end shows ~that the act 117 2, 18 | corresponds to hope, by way of ultimate object; ~while the first 118 2, 22 | Further, "virtue is the ultimate limit of power" (De Coelo 119 2, 22 | charity is not something ultimate, this applies rather ~to 120 2, 22 | described ~as being something ultimate, we mean that it is last, 121 2, 22 | good twofold, one, the ultimate and universal good, the 122 2, 22 | proximate ~and particular. The ultimate and principal good of man 123 2, 22 | particular good, and not to the ultimate good of human life, as do ~ 124 2, 23 | beginning of charity and its ultimate perfection. Therefore it 125 2, 23 | since it is itself the ultimate form regarding God under 126 2, 26 | character of an end, since man's ultimate good consists in his soul ~ 127 2, 26 | its own ~sake, since the ultimate reward is the enjoyment 128 2, 43 | peaceable," wherein lies the ultimate effect of wisdom, for which ~ 129 2, 45 | because, to wit, it places its ultimate ~end in the pleasures of 130 2, 50 | Fruit denotes something ultimate. Now the ultimate in ~practical 131 2, 50 | something ultimate. Now the ultimate in ~practical matters consists 132 2, 62 | present life, because the ultimate and ~most fearsome evil 133 2, 81 | pray for us who lack the ultimate perfection of bliss: and 134 2, 93 | or of the occult is the ultimate ~end whence divination takes 135 2, 121 | is twofold: proximate and ultimate. Now the ~proximate end 136 2, 121 | objections ~consider the ultimate end.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[123] 137 2, 172 | attained completely to his ultimate perfection, ~according to 138 2, 178 | Ethic. x, 7) ~places man's ultimate happiness in the contemplation 139 2, 178 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: The ultimate perfection of the human 140 2, 178 | him more." And this is the ultimate perfection of the contemplative ~ 141 2, 182 | proper end, which is the ultimate perfection thereof. Now 142 2, 184 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, the ultimate perfection of man consists 143 3, 1 | nature; ~but the latter's ultimate perfection in union with 144 3, 2 | as being considered ~the ultimate form, yet it does not do 145 3, 8 | spot or wrinkle" is the ~ultimate end to which we are brought 146 3, 33 | it did not attain to its ultimate perfection, which consisted ~ 147 3, 34 | from the very first. Now ultimate ~perfection does not consist 148 3, 60 | and the virtues; and the ultimate end of our sanctification, 149 3, 62 | obtaining glory, which is the ultimate positive effect of ~grace. 150 3, 63 | sacrament in regard to the ultimate effect. ~Consequently, something 151 3, 64 | might be true enough of the ultimate effect, i.e. justification ~ 152 3, 66 | things as pertaining to the ultimate reality of the ~sacrament - 153 3, 68 | which grace, which is the ultimate ~effect of the sacrament, 154 3, 69 | be taken away until the ultimate restoration of nature through ~ 155 3, 75 | subject itself is in the ultimate disposition for ~receiving 156 3, 78 | is the likeness of the ultimate effect, on which the artist' 157 3, 78 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The ultimate effect of this conversion 158 3, 89 | contrition, stands as ultimate disposition to the ~reception 159 3, 89 | of the ungodly, is ~the ultimate disposition to grace; so 160 Suppl, 35| believed that as regards the ~ultimate effects of the sacraments, 161 Suppl, 37| the same agent both the ultimate disposition ~to the form, 162 Suppl, 38| sacrament, and as to the ultimate effect which is ~the conferring 163 Suppl, 38| OBJ 5: This refers to the ultimate effect of the sacraments, 164 Suppl, 42| reality and sacrament; and the ultimate reality contained is the 165 Suppl, 59| but not perfected by its ultimate perfection as there is between ~ 166 Suppl, 72| themselves, they are in ~their ultimate perfection.~Aquin.: SMT 167 Suppl, 72| principle in respect of its ultimate perfection, namely ~the 168 Suppl, 72| of which it demands ~the ultimate form, as in the generation 169 Suppl, 77| order that he may obtain his ultimate perfection. ~Consequently 170 Suppl, 77| has not yet reached its ultimate ~perfection, which nature 171 Suppl, 77| has already reached its ultimate perfection that nature intends 172 Suppl, 77| food, since seed is the ultimate surplus of food. That part 173 Suppl, 78| not yet attained to its ultimate perfection. Secondly, ~because 174 Suppl, 78| already gone back from its ultimate perfection. The first ~defect 175 Suppl, 78| resurrection to the ~state of its ultimate perfection which is in the 176 Suppl, 78| have not yet reached their ultimate disposition.~Aquin.: SMT 177 Suppl, 78| regards the attainment of his ultimate perfection, ~which consists 178 Suppl, 78| consists in his reaching his ultimate end. Consequently those ~ 179 Suppl, 79| sensible body is not in the ~ultimate act of life, for which reason 180 Suppl, 79| bodies odor will be in its ultimate ~perfection, being nowise 181 Suppl, 81| together, namely in the ~ultimate term, and in all the intervening 182 Suppl, 85| the world will receive its ultimate complement, by each one 183 Suppl, 89| philosophers maintained that man's ultimate ~happiness is to understand 184 Suppl, 89| happiness: and since ~the ultimate perfection of a thing consists 185 Suppl, 89| it be perfected with its ultimate perfection, it is not said ~ 186 Suppl, 92| since this operation wherein ultimate beatitude consists must 187 Suppl, 95| will have reached their ~ultimate consummation, so that there


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