Part, Question
1 1, 58  3: Further, Isidore (De sum. bono i, 10) says that "
2 1, 68  which consists of the entire sum of its own matter, ~must
3 1, 68  as it ~denotes the entire sum of corporeal creation, for
4 1, 74  number six, which is the sum of its aliquot parts, one,
5 1, 59  3: Further, Isidore (De sum. bono i, 10) says that "
6 1, 69  which consists of the entire sum of its own matter, ~must
7 1, 69  as it ~denotes the entire sum of corporeal creation, for
8 1, 73  number six, which is the sum of its aliquot parts, one,
9 1, 78  Cf. Alexander of ~Hales, Sum. Theol. II, Q[73]] said
10 2, 65  were to come in for a large sum of money, he would ~acquire
11 2, 4  some [*William of Auxerre, Sum. Aur. III, iii, 15] have
12 2, 4  others [*Alexander of Hales, Sum. Theol. iii, 64] have said ~
13 2, 8  some [*William of Auxerre, Sum. ~Aur. III, iii, 8], it
14 2, 10  confirmed by the canons ~[*De Sum. Trin. Cod. lib. i, leg.
15 2, 19  faith." And Isidore says (De Sum. Bono ii, 14): "To commit
16 2, 28  things," a gloss says: "The sum total of a Christian's rule
17 2, 28  every virtue. Therefore the sum total of all virtues is
18 2, 28  Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The sum total of the Christian religion
19 2, 30  profitable to all things': The sum total of the ~Christian
20 2, 31  such as the payment of a sum of money, he must not be ~
21 2, 59  the greater number is the sum of the lesser plus its ~
22 2, 71  some [*Albert ~the Great, Sum. Theol. II, cxvii.], "the
23 2, 73  repented. For Isidore says (De Sum. Bon. ~ii, 16) that "he
24 2, 76  transferring his ownership of a sum of ~money removes the money
25 2, 76  cannot be sold for a greater sum than the amount ~lent, which
26 2, 86  some [*William of Auxerre, Sum. Aur. III, xxviii, qu. ~
27 2, 86  when a man vows to give a sum of money, and ~afterwards
28 2, 86  some [*William of Auxerre, Sum. Aur. III. vii. 1, qu. 5]
29 2, 87  when a man swore ~to pay a sum of money, which is subsequently
30 2, 96  Hugh of St. Victor, Sum. Sent. iv, 5].~Aquin.: SMT
31 2, 98  funeral unless a certain sum of money were paid, because
32 2, 132  expenditure is the outlay of a sum of money; and a man ~may
33 2, 145  number "ten" [*Ten is the sum ~of three, three, and four]
34 2, 155  observes that "piety is the sum total of the Christian ~
35 2, 185  not ~bread or some small sum of money. Nevertheless since
36 2, 187  If, however, he owes a sum of money, and has not wherewithal
37 3, 31  by ~ten: while ten is the sum of the numbers from one
38 3, 31  fourteen, ~which is the sum of ten and four, can also
39 3, 62  caused him to be given that sum of money; this being the
40 Suppl, 1  is given ~by Isidore (De Sum. Bono ii, 12) as follows: "
41 Suppl, 25 Victor declares (Tract. vi Sum. Sent. [*Of ~doubtful authenticity]).
42 Suppl, 43 appended is the ~payment of a sum of money by way of penalty,
43 Suppl, 44 for ~according to Hugh (Sum. Sent. vii, 6), "matrimony
44 Suppl, 45 of S. Victor (Tract. vii, Sum. Sent.), ~persons who are
45 Suppl, 47 contingent, as the payment of a ~sum of money, or the consent
46 Suppl, 49 added to a moral evil the sum total ~is evil and not good,
47 Suppl, 81 others [*Alexander of Hales, Sum. Th. III, Q[23], mem. 3]
48 Suppl, 89 For as Isidore says (De Sum. Bon. 1.): "The ~angels
49 Suppl, 92 OBJ 5: Beatitude is the sum of all goods not as though
50 Suppl, 96 all things," says: "The sum total of a Christian's rule
