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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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possessing

   Part, Question
1 1, 12 | to ~see Him always; and possessing Him, they enjoy Him as the 2 1, 18 | from the fact of ~their possessing three dimensions: and is 3 1, 24 | For this reason those who, possessing grace, fail to obtain glory, ~ 4 1, 24 | because some are directed by possessing ~grace, to obtain eternal 5 1, 25 | notion of ~"suppositum" possessing nature, and under that of 6 1, 42 | another relation; the Father possessing power as ~"giving" signified 7 1, 45 | Therefore in rational creatures, possessing intellect ~and will, there 8 1, 59 | which desires being before possessing it, and from the form which 9 1, 61 | above, the whole universe, ~possessing within Himself the entire 10 1, 63 | every ~immoderate greed of possessing any created good be termed 11 1, 65 | very fact of any creature possessing being, it ~represents the 12 1, 67 | the solar substance, and ~possessing illuminative power in a 13 1, 42 | another relation; the Father possessing power as ~"giving" signified 14 1, 46 | Therefore in rational creatures, possessing intellect ~and will, there 15 1, 60 | which desires being before possessing it, ~and from the form which 16 1, 62 | above, the whole universe, ~possessing within Himself the entire 17 1, 64 | every ~immoderate greed of possessing any created good be termed 18 1, 66 | very fact of any creature possessing being, it ~represents the 19 1, 68 | the solar substance, and ~possessing illuminative power in a 20 1, 92 | everyone is conscious of possessing; and assigns the image of 21 1, 96 | not to other ~souls, as possessing an intellectual immaterial 22 1, 107 | regard to ~the fact that possessing this knowledge fully, they 23 1, 108 | order in the demons, as ~possessing a good nature.~Aquin.: SMT 24 2, 2 | seems to be the means of possessing all things: for, as the ~ 25 2, 3 | a happy ~man consists in possessing the perfect good. But Aristotle 26 2, 4 | there is no delight ~in possessing any good whatever, without 27 2, 27 | for ~example, two things possessing the quality of whiteness 28 2, 33 | when ~it desires it before possessing it; since pleasure is the 29 2, 52 | potentially white, as not yet ~possessing the form of whiteness: hence 30 2, 69 | have many things without possessing them firmly and peacefully. ~ 31 2, 71 | Consequently man, while possessing a habit, ~may either fail 32 2, 78 | suffered for ~the sake of possessing a particular good, but not 33 2, 84 | appetite chiefly through possessing some ~property of happiness, 34 2, 64 | to acquire the right of possessing the whole treasure. On ~ 35 2, 85 | property is not the same as possessing ~it in common. But church 36 2, 87 | witness, he recognizes Him as possessing universal knowledge and ~ 37 2, 116 | defined as "immoderate love of possessing." It is therefore evident 38 2, 116 | covetousness is excessive love of possessing riches, it exceeds in two ~ 39 2, 150 | Wherefore if a man refrain ~from possessing certain things (which otherwise 40 2, 160 | greater excellence through possessing some good ~more excellently 41 2, 183 | evident that to live without ~possessing anything is a work of supererogation, 42 2, 186 | perfection is diminished by possessing something ~in common?~(8) 43 2, 186 | perfection is diminished by possessing something in ~common?~Aquin.: 44 2, 186 | perfection is diminished by ~possessing something in common. For 45 3, 40 | with ~others, not only by possessing riches, but also by receiving 46 3, 50 | both, but that He is one possessing a ~soul or a body.~Aquin.: 47 3, 79 | free-will that a man sins after possessing charity, just as ~after 48 Suppl, 89| will be fulfilled by their possessing God. For as ~God suffices 49 Suppl, 89| perfect goodness, and by ~possessing Him we possess all goods


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