Part, Question
1 1, 12  of our desire, so as to satisfy and ~quell it. But the blessed
2 1, 63  argument, however, does not satisfy. For it holds good only
3 1, 64  argument, however, does not satisfy. For it holds good only
4 1, 94  character, enables the deed to satisfy ~for sin.~Aquin.: SMT FP
5 2, 2  nature of happiness to "satisfy of itself," as stated in ~
6 2, 2  Wherefore ~God alone can satisfy the will of man, according
7 2, 3  infinite goodness can perfectly satisfy man's will. But in the second ~
8 2, 4  good ~that does not fully satisfy. This does not apply to
9 2, 73  punishment, that he may satisfy his desire to sin; but the ~
10 2, 108  105], A[3], ad 4), not to satisfy hatred. ~Wherefore Our Lord
11 2, 2  Being ready always to ~satisfy every one that asketh you
12 2, 4  being imperfect, ~does not satisfy the conditions of a perfect
13 2, 10  Being ready always to satisfy everyone that ~asketh you
14 2, 41  downfall, but merely to satisfy ~his own will. In such a
15 2, 56  justice. For it does not satisfy the conditions of justice
16 2, 67  accused is not bound to satisfy him, and he may lawfully ~
17 2, 75  commodity, in order to satisfy the needs of life. Such
18 2, 117  others, or at least to satisfy his own will in giving.
19 2, 145  weeks. Thirdly, in ~order to satisfy for sins: wherefore it is
20 2, 145  thereby man is able to ~satisfy nature; and yet he withdraws
21 2, 145  most part, ~all are able to satisfy nature by only one meal.~
22 2, 147  and most commendable to satisfy that condition of ~virtue:
23 2, 187  alms a man may ~forthwith satisfy for his sins, according
24 2, 187  more does it suffice to satisfy for all his sins ~that a
25 3, 1  required than that man should satisfy for ~sin. Now man can satisfy,
26 3, 1  satisfy for ~sin. Now man can satisfy, as it would seem, for sin;
27 3, 1  and God was not bound to satisfy; hence it behooved ~Jesus
28 3, 1  hence Christ, in order to satisfy fully for original sin,
29 3, 14  because it was in order to satisfy for the sin of the ~human
30 3, 14  one is inclined to wish to satisfy for another, ~and from which
31 3, 14  A[1]), that in order to satisfy for us, ~Christ ought to
32 3, 14  human defects ~in order to satisfy for the sin of human nature,
33 3, 14  economically, in order to satisfy ~for our sin, and not that
34 3, 14  only such as sufficed to ~satisfy for the sin of the whole
35 3, 15  our ~defects that He might satisfy for us, that He might prove
36 3, 26  belongs to Him, as man, to satisfy for the sin of ~the human
37 3, 46  man of himself could not satisfy for the sin of all human
38 3, 46  God gave him His Son to satisfy for him, ~according to Rm.
39 3, 46  required that Christ should satisfy by the ~Passion in order
40 3, 50  to die. First of all to satisfy ~for the whole human race,
41 3, 54  might remain, which would satisfy the beholder; thus it was
42 3, 66  that he may "be ready ~to satisfy everyone that asketh" him
43 3, 79  suffices of its own quantity to satisfy ~for all punishment, yet
44 Suppl, 13 original sin. ~But none could satisfy for original sin unless
45 Suppl, 13 Neither, therefore, can he satisfy for actual sin.~Aquin.:
46 Suppl, 13 another, so that if a man satisfy for another ~he need not
47 Suppl, 13 OBJ 4: Further, if one can satisfy for another, as soon as
48 Suppl, 13 of the debt, one man can satisfy for another, provided he
49 Suppl, 13 for another ~does not also satisfy for himself, because the
50 Suppl, 14 inquiry:~(1) Whether a man can satisfy for one sin without satisfying
51 Suppl, 14 that he has lost charity, satisfy for his other sins ~which
52 Suppl, 14 Para. 1/1~Whether a man can satisfy for one sin without satisfying
53 Suppl, 14 would seem that a man can satisfy for one sin without ~satisfying
54 Suppl, 14 that he has lost charity, satisfy for his ~other sins which
55 Suppl, 15 committed, yet each ~of them can satisfy for any kind of sin. Hence
56 Suppl, 25 Para. 3/3~Now one man can satisfy for another, as we have
57 Suppl, 25 punishment if another were to satisfy for him, so would he too
58 Suppl, 27 provided ~they have charity and satisfy the conditions for gaining
59 Suppl, 36 being always ready to satisfy everyone that asketh you ~
60 Suppl, 49 use his wife merely to ~satisfy his desire.~Aquin.: SMT
61 Suppl, 58 anyone who ~is unable to satisfy an obligation is unfit to
62 Suppl, 64 husband is not bound to ~satisfy her.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[64]
63 Suppl, 65 husband cannot suffice to satisfy the requisitions of ~several
64 Suppl, 71 that one ought never to satisfy for oneself, but always
65 Suppl, 71 profit a third person if he satisfy for him at the same time,
66 Suppl, 71 so on. Therefore he might satisfy for all by one ~work of
67 Suppl, 71 others profit those who satisfy.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[71] A[
68 Suppl, 71 sometimes a person can satisfy for a living ~person. Now
69 Suppl, 72 such a life sufficed to satisfy the natural desire to obtain
