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1 1, 1 | to us the less certain on account of the weakness of our ~ 2 1, 1 | works to be true, merely on account of their having so thought 3 1, 1 | Holy Scripture perishes on account of this, ~since nothing 4 1, 1 | away of wives - namely, on account of the hardness of ~men' 5 1, 3 | to God in Scripture on ~account of His actions, and this 6 1, 3 | spoken of as sitting, on account of ~His unchangeableness 7 1, 3 | dominion; and as standing, on account of His ~power of overcoming 8 1, 3 | are attributed to God on account of a ~similitude of effect. 9 1, 4 | to God is not affirmed on account of ~agreement in form according 10 1, 5 | said to be a non-being on account of the privation attaching 11 1, 5 | Further, where one thing is on account of another, there is only ~ 12 1, 12 | particular intellect, on account of the excess of the ~intelligible 13 1, 13 | Body Para. 3/4~Secondly, on account of its universality. For 14 1, 14 | is future, it is on that account known by God, before it ~ 15 1, 14 | principles; and on ~that account our intellect does not know 16 1, 14 | determined to one; and on account of this it can be infallibly 17 1, 14 | by God are contingent on ~account of their proximate causes, 18 1, 14 | certain succession. On this account the things we ~understand 19 1, 15 | an agent does not act on account of the form, ~except in 20 1, 16 | OBJ 3: Further, "that, on account of which a thing is so, 21 1, 16 | of the intellect, not on account of ~any truth residing in 22 1, 17 | instance, it happens that on account of an unhealthy ~tongue 23 1, 19 | necessarily will things willed on account of His goodness; for it 24 1, 19 | is done by the willer, on account of no cause, ~depends simply 25 1, 19 | but does not will this on account ~of that.~Aquin.: SMT FP 26 1, 19 | wills one thing to be on ~account of another.~Aquin.: SMT 27 1, 19 | circumstances are taken into account, by a consequent consideration 28 1, 19 | necessary by supposition, on account of the ~unchangeableness 29 1, 19 | first cause is contingent on account of ~the secondary cause, 30 1, 19 | say ~that this happens on account of the efficacy of the divine 31 1, 20 | need of them; but only on account of His ~goodness, and of 32 1, 20 | loved more ~by Him; on which account Christ commended His mother 33 1, 20 | rather than to others, on account of his youth and purity. ~ 34 1, 21 | His own use, but ~only on account of His goodness, it belongs 35 1, 21 | creature, ~it must be due on account of something that precedes. 36 1, 21 | possess hands is due to man on account of his rational ~soul; and 37 1, 21 | and his ~being man is on account of the divine goodness. 38 1, 21 | when God remits ~sins on account of love, though He Himself 39 1, 21 | as the Jews were saved on account of the promises made ~to 40 1, 22 | of things corruptible, on account of the excellence of the ~ 41 1, 22 | would appear that it was ~on account of these two arguments to 42 1, 22 | inferior by superior, not on account of ~any defect in His power, 43 1, 23 | punishment of damnation on account of that sin.~Aquin.: SMT 44 1, 23 | as God wills one thing on account of something else. ~Wherefore 45 1, 23 | predestination to anyone on account of any ~merits.~Aquin.: 46 1, 23 | pre-ordained for some on account of pre-existing merits in 47 1, 23 | pre-ordained to give glory on ~account of merit, and that He pre-ordained 48 1, 23 | place. Neither on this account can there be said to be 49 1, 23 | supposition that He so wills, on account of the immutability of ~ 50 1, 23 | principally, but only on account of something else, he does 51 1, 23 | numbers as are necessary on account of that other thing. For 52 1, 23 | need of advice except on account of ~defective knowledge, 53 1, 23 | co-adjutors." Nor is this on account of any defect in the power 54 1, 24 | are written therein, on account of the present ~righteousness 55 1, 25 | Secondly absolutely, on account of the relation in which 56 1, 25 | due to anyone, except on account of something already given 57 1, 25 | supposed, cannot ~be better, on account of the most beautiful order 58 1, 25 | which is ~God. And on this account there cannot be anything 59 1, 29 | as an individual. On this account, therefore, he ascribes ~ 60 1, 31 | one essence; and on this account we ~cannot say that the 61 1, 31 | the term "distinction" on account of the relative ~opposition. 62 1, 32 | sacrifices and prayers on ~account of some perfection residing 63 1, 32 | extrinsic reason, but on account of the love of His own ~ 64 1, 32 | or such like. So also on account ~of the real identity, substantive 65 1, 34 | relates (De Trin. vi); but on account of the different mode of ~ 66 1, 36 | from the Son, except on account of the Father. ~But "whatever 67 1, 36 | Holy Ghost, ~similarly, on account of His two properties, the 68 1, 37 | versa." And therefore, on account of the poverty of our vocabulary, 69 1, 39 | and this word is used on account of the ~plurality of persons. 70 1, 39 | correctly, we must take into account not only ~the thing which 71 1, 39 | same, ~nevertheless, on account of their different mode 72 1, 42 | we speak of great heat on account of its intensity and ~perfection. 73 1, 42 | agents. In free agents, on account of the choice of time; for 74 1, 43 | signified in the sign, on that account the Holy ~Ghost is said 75 1, 45 | mode of change; and on this account it is said that to create 76 1, 46 | presupposed, ~not even on account of imaginary time. For we 77 1, 46 | and not into another, on ~account of the different kinds of 78 1, 46 | xii. 13], asserted on this account a circuit of souls - viz. 79 1, 47 | distinction of things is not on account of the ~matter; but rather, 80 1, 47 | And as the matter is on account of the form, ~material distinction 81 1, 48 | like to itself, yet, on account of its relation to different 82 1, 48 | fault is not intended on account of the pain, as merit is 83 1, 49 | particular effects. For on that account, if they found a thing ~ 84 1, 50 | immaterial substances exist on ~account of the corporeal, because 85 1, 51 | for its own sake nor on ~account of anything else, needs 86 1, 51 | intellectual substance on account of something else. ~Even 87 1, 51 | animal metaphorically, ~on account of the likeness to the rational 88 1, 51 | themselves, but on our ~account; that by conversing familiarly 89 1, 52 | is not necessary on this account for the ~angel to be contained 90 1, 53 | and the movable, but on account of the proportion of the 91 1, 54 | same ~formality. On this account it does not follow that 92 1, 54 | diversity of powers; and on this account it is said ~that each proper 93 1, 55 | not purposeless on ~that account: for he is not moved to 94 1, 55 | The Divine essence, on account of Its eminence, is in like 95 1, 55 | of the angel, so that, on account of ~its excellence, many 96 1, 56 | their particularity, but on account of the matter, which is ~ 97 1, 56 | know another, except on account of likeness, so far as cause 98 1, 56 | does not follow on that ~account that he can have no knowledge 99 1, 57 | twofold hindrance; namely, on account of the grossness ~of the 100 1, 58 | third class of knowledge, on account ~of the existence of things 101 1, 59 | beyond Himself except on account of His goodness. This cannot 102 1, 59 | attributed to God; - on account of the ~resemblance in the 103 1, 60 | a ~man wills he wills on account of the end. Therefore the 104 1, 60 | and being appetible ~on account of something else. Consequently 105 1, 60 | OBJ 2: Further, "That on account of which a thing is such, 106 1, 61 | not passed over in that account of the first creation of 107 1, 61 | erroneous; especially on ~account of the opinion of Gregory 108 1, 62 | specific difference is on account of the ~end; while numerical 109 1, 63 | is a second nature; or on account of the natural ~proclivity 110 1, 63 | than the lower. On this account Damascene says (De Fide ~ 111 1, 64 | intellect or mind: since on account ~of the simplicity of his 112 1, 64 | God's ~substance. Yet on account of the perfection of his 113 1, 64 | of the soul of Christ on account of the union of ~the Word. 114 1, 64 | punished with sorrow on account of the pleasure taken in 115 1, 64 | sorry for the evil of sin on account of the sin bears ~witness 116 1, 64 | for the evil of sin on ~account of the punishment, bears 117 1, 65 | Whether they were created on account of God's goodness?~(3) Whether 118 1, 65 | corporeal things were made on account of God's goodness?~Aquin.: 119 1, 65 | creatures were not made on account ~of God's goodness. For 120 1, 65 | being's sake, and not on account of God's goodness.~Aquin.: 121 1, 65 | spiritual ~creatures, and not on account of God's goodness. ~Aquin.: 122 1, 65 | the former were ~made on account of movements of free-will, 123 1, 65 | of free-will, and not on account of God's ~goodness.~Aquin.: 124 1, 65 | Furthermore, the whole man is ~on account of an extrinsic end, that 125 1, 65 | prevent their being made on account of God's ~goodness.~Aquin.: 126 1, 65 | parts of a building, not on account of any antecedent difference 127 1, 66 | itself is signified ~on account of its being impossible 128 1, 66 | not in the same genus, on account of their ~different modes 129 1, 66 | what it encloses. On this ~account it darkens the region external 130 1, 67 | been made in vain. On this account it is held by some ~that 131 1, 67 | Thus it is, that in the account of the first day the ~distinction 132 1, 68 | that is, fiery, solely on account of its splendor: so this ~ 133 1, 68 | called aqueous solely on account of its ~transparence; and 134 1, 68 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: On account of the air and other similar 135 1, 70 | bodies are natural, not on ~account of their active principle, 136 1, 70 | active principle, but on account of their passive ~principle; 137 1, 72 | animals "living ~creatures" on account of their more perfect life, 138 1, 72 | mentioned in the preceding account of the making of ~birds 139 1, 74 | other writers is taken into ~account. First, because Augustine 140 1, 74 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: In the account of the creation there is 141 1, 75 | the matter ~is distinct on account of its relation to divers 142 1, 76 | which is applied to man on account of his ~intellectual principle. 143 1, 76 | seems to be one chiefly on account of the intellect. Therefore 144 1, 76 | considered as such; but on account of the ~sensitive power, 145 1, 76 | in its essence, yet on ~account of its perfection, is manifold 146 1, 76 | nobler than another, on ~account of the various powers, of 147 1, 77 | matter therefore exists on ~account of the substantial form; 148 1, 77 | accidental ~form exists on account of the completeness of the 149 1, 77 | the ~intelligence. On this account, the more imperfect powers 150 1, 37 | versa." And therefore, on account of the poverty of our vocabulary, 151 1, 39 | and this word is used on account of the ~plurality of persons. 152 1, 39 | correctly, we must take into account not only ~the thing which 153 1, 39 | same, ~nevertheless, on account of their different mode 154 1, 42 | we speak of great heat on account of its intensity and ~perfection. 155 1, 42 | agents. In free agents, on account of the choice of time; for 156 1, 43 | signified in the sign, on that account the Holy ~Ghost is said 157 1, 46 | mode of change; and on this account it is said that to create 158 1, 47 | presupposed, ~not even on account of imaginary time. For we 159 1, 47 | and not into another, on ~account of the different kinds of 160 1, 47 | xii. 13], asserted on this account a circuit of souls - viz. 161 1, 48 | distinction of things is not on account of the ~matter; but rather, 162 1, 48 | And as the matter is on account of the form, ~material distinction 163 1, 49 | like to itself, yet, on account of its relation to different 164 1, 49 | fault is not intended on account of the pain, as merit is 165 1, 50 | particular effects. For on that account, if they found a thing ~ 166 1, 51 | immaterial substances exist on ~account of the corporeal, because 167 1, 52 | for its own sake nor on ~account of anything else, needs 168 1, 52 | intellectual substance on account of something else. ~Even 169 1, 52 | animal metaphorically, ~on account of the likeness to the rational 170 1, 52 | themselves, but on our ~account; that by conversing familiarly 171 1, 53 | is not necessary on this account for the ~angel to be contained 172 1, 54 | and the movable, but on account of the proportion of the 173 1, 55 | same ~formality. On this account it does not follow that 174 1, 55 | diversity of powers; and on this account it is said ~that each proper 175 1, 56 | not purposeless on ~that account: for he is not moved to 176 1, 56 | The Divine essence, on account of Its eminence, is in like 177 1, 56 | of the angel, so that, on account of ~its excellence, many 178 1, 57 | their particularity, but on account of the matter, which is ~ 179 1, 57 | know another, except on account of likeness, so far as cause 180 1, 57 | does not follow on that ~account that he can have no knowledge 181 1, 58 | twofold hindrance; namely, on account of the grossness ~of the 182 1, 59 | third class of knowledge, on account ~of the existence of things 183 1, 60 | beyond Himself except on account of His goodness. This cannot 184 1, 60 | attributed to God; - on account of the ~resemblance in the 185 1, 61 | a ~man wills he wills on account of the end. Therefore the 186 1, 61 | and being appetible ~on account of something else. Consequently 187 1, 61 | OBJ 2: Further, "That on account of which a thing is such, 188 1, 62 | not passed over in that account of the first creation of 189 1, 62 | erroneous; especially on ~account of the opinion of Gregory 190 1, 63 | specific difference is on account of the ~end; while numerical 191 1, 64 | is a second nature; or on account of the natural ~proclivity 192 1, 64 | than the lower. On this account Damascene says (De Fide ~ 193 1, 65 | intellect or mind: since on account ~of the simplicity of his 194 1, 65 | God's ~substance. Yet on account of the perfection of his 195 1, 65 | of the soul of Christ on account of the union of ~the Word. 196 1, 65 | punished with sorrow on account of the pleasure taken in 197 1, 65 | sorry for the evil of sin on account of the sin bears ~witness 198 1, 65 | for the evil of sin on ~account of the punishment, bears 199 1, 66 | Whether they were created on account of God's goodness?~(3) Whether 200 1, 66 | corporeal things were made on account of God's goodness?~Aquin.: 201 1, 66 | creatures were not made on account ~of God's goodness. For 202 1, 66 | being's sake, and not on account of God's goodness.~Aquin.: 203 1, 66 | spiritual ~creatures, and not on account of God's goodness. ~Aquin.: 204 1, 66 | the former were ~made on account of movements of free-will, 205 1, 66 | of free-will, and not on account of God's ~goodness.~Aquin.: 206 1, 66 | Furthermore, the whole man is ~on account of an extrinsic end, that 207 1, 66 | prevent their being made on account of God's ~goodness.~Aquin.: 208 1, 66 | parts of a building, not on account of any antecedent difference 209 1, 67 | itself is signified ~on account of its being impossible 210 1, 67 | not in the same genus, on account of their ~different modes 211 1, 67 | what it encloses. On this ~account it darkens the region external 212 1, 68 | been made in vain. On this account it is held by some ~that 213 1, 68 | Thus it is, that in the account of the first day the ~distinction 214 1, 69 | that is, fiery, solely on account of its splendor: so this ~ 215 1, 69 | called aqueous solely on account of its ~transparence; and 216 1, 69 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: On account of the air and other similar 217 1, 71 | bodies are natural, not on ~account of their active principle, 218 1, 71 | active principle, but on account of their passive ~principle; 219 1, 71 | animals "living ~creatures" on account of their more perfect life, 220 1, 71 | mentioned in the preceding account of the making of ~birds 221 1, 73 | other writers is taken into ~account. First, because Augustine 222 1, 73 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: In the account of the creation there is 223 1, 74 | the matter ~is distinct on account of its relation to divers 224 1, 75 | which is applied to man on account of his ~intellectual principle. 225 1, 75 | seems to be one chiefly on account of the intellect. Therefore 226 1, 75 | considered as such; but on account of the ~sensitive power, 227 1, 75 | in its essence, yet on ~account of its perfection, is manifold 228 1, 75 | nobler than another, on ~account of the various powers, of 229 1, 76 | matter therefore exists on ~account of the substantial form; 230 1, 76 | accidental ~form exists on account of the completeness of the 231 1, 76 | the ~intelligence. On this account, the more imperfect powers 232 1, 77 | by the senses, ~except on account of the actions of the senses, 233 1, 77 | touch is one sense only, on ~account of the common formality 234 1, 77 | the senses, but also on account of other advantages and 235 1, 77 | it sees a wolf, not on ~account of its color or shape, but 236 1, 78 | into various things, on account of their ~dispositions. 237 1, 81 | to be ~concupiscible on account of its desire for good. 238 1, 82 | conclusion to which we assent on account of the ~principles: just 239 1, 82 | means, which is desired on account of the end. Wherefore it 240 1, 82 | to choose: and on ~this account the will and the free-will 241 1, 82 | distinct from {thelesis} on account of a ~distinction, not of 242 1, 83 | according to that form on account of some hindrance, as a 243 1, 84 | is known first, not on ~account of its natural likeness 244 1, 84 | cognitive power, but on account of ~the power's aptitude 245 1, 86 | health ~is desirable on account of life, and therefore life 246 1, 86 | nor are things known on account of the habit, as on account 247 1, 86 | account of the habit, as on account of an object ~known, but 248 1, 86 | object ~known, but as on account of a disposition or form 249 1, 88 | since matter exists on account of the form, and not the ~ 250 1, 90 | and ~because also in the account of the Creation no mention 251 1, 90 | hearing than man; namely, ~on account of a hindrance to his senses 252 1, 90 | seen in man's face, ~on account of the senses which are 253 1, 93 | knowledge. And it was on account of this excellence of knowledge 254 1, 93 | present state, ~fall short on account of both these reasons.~Aquin.: 255 1, 94 | merit exists ~after sin, on account of man's weakness; because 256 1, 95 | would not, however, on this account have been ~excepted from 257 1, 97 | possessions is necessary ~on account of the multiplicity of masters, 258 1, 97 | becomes like the beasts, on account of the vehement delight 259 1, 97 | in paradise, because on account of sin they were ~ejected 260 1, 98 | Wherefore ~it is natural, on account of the considerable humidity 261 1, 100 | the use of these powers on account ~of the humidity of the 262 1, 101 | situation is most temperate, on account of the ~unvarying equality 263 1, 101 | region is uninhabitable on account of the heat. This ~seems 264 1, 101 | overhead, are extremely hot on account of the mere ~proximity of 265 1, 101 | would have been pleasant on account of man's practical ~knowledge 266 1, 101 | her own ~dignity, but on account of the dignity of the principle 267 1, 104 | called a miracle, not on account of the ~excellence of the 268 1, 104 | thing done, but also ~on account of the manner and order 269 1, 104 | because no action is of any account compared with the power 270 1, 105 | in knowledge; and on that account the superiors are never ~ 271 1, 105 | in another; and on that account superiors ~may be taught 272 1, 106 | is a necessity for us ~on account of the obstacle of the body. 273 1, 106 | a speaker cries out on account of the distance of the ~ 274 1, 106 | local distance, but on ~account of the will so ordering, 275 1, 112 | affection ~towards good on account of the manifold passions 276 1, 112 | threatened from without on account ~of the snares of the demons; 277 1, 112 | universally and absolutely, but on account of the ~threatened danger 278 1, 112 | pains inflicted on its account: but they do will the fulfilment 279 1, 112 | of Ezechias, who wept on account of the words of ~Rabsaces, 280 1, 113 | they are sent by God on account of ~His justice.~Aquin.: 281 1, 113 | time, ~He orders him off on account of our weakness." The other 282 1, 114 | harass men, who on ~that account are called lunatics, as 283 1, 114 | 4], ad 2) they take into account the aptitude of bodies for 284 1, 115 | the ~use of this word, on account of those who twisted its 285 1, 118 | begetter to the begotten is on account ~not of the matter, but 286 2, 2 | honor is given to a man on account of some excellence in him; 287 2, 2 | who are in power, seem, on account of the similarity of power, 288 2, 4 | 2) Which is of greater account in happiness, delight or 289 2, 4 | to another: sometimes on account of opposition; thus a ~sensual 290 2, 4 | operations are desired on account of the delight they ~afford: 291 2, 4 | anything, can only be on account of the goodness ~of that 292 2, 4 | delights to operations on account of the operations. ~And 293 2, 4 | for its operation, save on account of the phantasms, wherein 294 2, 4 | although they be of least account, as Augustine ~says (De 295 2, 5 | in this life, either on account ~of the hope of obtaining 296 2, 5 | are saved by hope"; or on account of a certain participation 297 2, 5 | be had ~in this life, on account of a certain likeness to 298 2, 5 | gain Happiness; not ~on account of the insufficiency of 299 2, 5 | grace, which is not given on account of ~previous works. For 300 2, 6 | incomplete unless it take account ~of things in detail. The 301 2, 6 | for its own sake, but on account of something else, that 302 2, 6 | satisfied, if it be ~done on account of something else voluntary: 303 2, 8 | where one thing is on account of another there is only 304 2, 8 | not will the means save on account of the end. Therefore it 305 2, 8 | assents to the conclusions on account of the principles.~Aquin.: 306 2, 11 | speaking, but imperfect, on account of the imperfect ~way in 307 2, 12 | assents to the conclusion on account of the ~principles, there 308 2, 13 | desire of certain things on account of an end," as stated ~in 309 2, 13 | animals desire something on account of ~an end: since they act 310 2, 13 | every desire of one thing on account of an end is ~called choice: 311 2, 13 | necessity ~about some things: on account of the necessity of the 312 2, 15 | the end. Because that ~on account of which a thing is such 313 2, 15 | more such. But it is on ~account of the end that we consent 314 2, 15 | consent to the means on ~account of the end, in respect of 315 2, 15 | temporal reasons, or even on account of some passion of the soul. ~ 316 2, 17 | its assent or dissent, on account ~of some cause or other; 317 2, 17 | Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 2: On account of the diversity of objects 318 2, 18 | becomes abominable to God on ~account of the malice of his action. 319 2, 18 | not differ in species on account of their goodness or malice.~ 320 2, 18 | men . . . shall render an account of it in the day of judgment" ( 321 2, 19 | is evil in some way on ~account of the object, on which 322 2, 19 | depends; not indeed on account of the object according 323 2, 19 | character of goodness, on account of the reason apprehending 324 2, 19 | hundred pounds. Secondly, on account of ~the obstacles that may 325 2, 19 | than to that which is on account of the end.~Aquin.: SMT 326 2, 20 | action has of itself, on ~account of its being about due matter 327 2, 20 | for works not on His own account, in order to know how to 328 2, 20 | punishment is ~increased on account of the consequences; for 329 2, 21 | meritorious or ~demeritorious on account of its goodness or malice. 330 2, 21 | himself, he does not on ~that account deserve to be benefited 331 2, 23 | concupiscible passion; but ~on account of the struggle, which belongs 332 2, 25 | lowness of spirits, on ~account of difficulty in shunning 333 2, 25 | love: since some love on account of pleasure (Ethic. viii, ~ 334 2, 26 | is said to love wine, on account of its sweetness which ~ 335 2, 28 | when we desire one thing on account of another, or wish good 336 2, 28 | wish good to ~another on account of something else), but 337 2, 28 | said to be a ~zealot, on account of his great love for all 338 2, 29 | it happens that some men account themselves as being principally 339 2, 30 | certain likeness; ~or on account of the craving in the higher 340 2, 30 | those who desire riches, on account of the necessities of life, ~ 341 2, 31 | purpose of ~knowledge, and on account of their usefulness. Wherefore 342 2, 31 | sight is loved most, "on account of knowledge, because ~it 343 2, 31 | this individual man, on account of there being some ~corruption 344 2, 31 | another, this is only on ~account of the contrariety of the 345 2, 32 | a cause of pleasure, on account of the ~deliverance which 346 2, 32 | one with himself. And on account of hatred, which makes one 347 2, 32 | inclined to seek pleasures; on account of the many changes to which ~ 348 2, 33 | according as an end is that on "account of which a thing ~is"; but 349 2, 34 | have been that they took ~account only of sensible and bodily 350 2, 34 | hinders the use of reason, on account of the ~accompanying bodily 351 2, 35 | shunning of sorrow is on account of evil. Therefore the desire 352 2, 35 | the more keenly felt on account of that which is ~contrary 353 2, 37 | first time: wherefore on ~account of sorrow Gregory interrupted 354 2, 37 | the more one sorrows ~on account of a certain thing, the 355 2, 38 | assuaged by its effect, ~on account of the aforesaid contrariety.~ 356 2, 38 | addeth sorrow," either on ~account of the difficulty and disappointment 357 2, 39 | is in ~sorrow or pain on account of this present evil. For 358 2, 39 | be avoided in itself, on account of its being ~contrary to 359 2, 40 | called expectation, on ~account of the preceding inspection 360 2, 40 | old are ~slow to hope, on account of their experience"; whence 361 2, 40 | hope. Again, youths, on ~account of the heat of their nature, 362 2, 40 | heat ~and high spirits, on account of wine, and heedlessness 363 2, 40 | his action. Secondly, on account of its effect. Because hope, ~ 364 2, 40 | threatens danger in war, on account of a certain ~hope that 365 2, 41 | which nature shrinks from on account of its natural ~desire to 366 2, 41 | despair flies from good on account of some ~difficulty; and 367 2, 41 | arises before us, and on that account is great in our estimation: ~ 368 2, 42 | remote and far off: for, on account of the distance, ~such a 369 2, 42 | though it were not to be, on ~account of its being inevitable, 370 2, 42 | be pained or sorrowful on account ~of the evil of sin. Therefore 371 2, 42 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: On account of the various kinds of 372 2, 42 | thinks more of his wealth on account of his ~previous poverty: 373 2, 43 | another are afraid, not on ~account of the power which enables 374 2, 43 | them to contend: but on account of the ~lack of power, owing 375 2, 44 | nature withdraws inwardly, on account ~of the lack of power: and 376 2, 44 | those who are afraid, on account of the condensation caused 377 2, 44 | especially in their speech, on ~account of the tracheal artery being 378 2, 44 | hinder exterior action, on account of the outward ~members 379 2, 45 | from the ~future hurt, on account of its victory over him 380 2, 45 | wine are more daring, on account of the heat of the wine": ~ 381 2, 45 | are more daring, ~not on account of a defect, but accidentally, 382 2, 45 | they face the danger on account ~of the good of virtue which 383 2, 45 | daring face the danger on ~account of a mere thought giving 384 2, 45 | occur in men of daring, on account of the ~heat being withdrawn 385 2, 46 | anger does not arise save on account of some pain inflicted, ~ 386 2, 46 | in any other passion, on account of the moderation of his ~ 387 2, 46 | this has befallen him ~on account of the harm he has done 388 2, 46 | instance, a penitent, on account of his sin; hence it ~is 389 2, 46 | imperfect, since it takes no account of utterance.~Aquin.: SMT 390 2, 47 | being angry with man on account of sin, according to Ps. 391 2, 47 | Therefore it is not always ~on account of something done against 392 2, 47 | are not always ~angry on account of something done against 393 2, 47 | sorrow, for vengeance, on account of a seeming slight done ~ 394 2, 47 | suffering justly on that account; because there is no anger 395 2, 48 | And hence it is that, on account of the heart being so ~disturbed 396 2, 48 | seem to be of little or no ~account.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[48] A[ 397 2, 48 | imperfectly to reason, on account of the commotion of the ~ 398 2, 48 | all the greater, both on account of the contrast, ~and because 399 2, 49 | therefore in both, we take into account whether a thing be done 400 2, 50 | difficult to change on ~account of the changeableness of 401 2, 50 | difficult to change, on account of the ~unchangeableness 402 2, 50 | potentiality in them, and on that account, excluded from them habit 403 2, 52 | intelligible spiritual things, on ~account of the natural connection 404 2, 52 | want of definiteness, on account of the infinity of matter. 405 2, 52 | in the same species, on account of ~the oneness of that 406 2, 52 | in the same species, on account of the ~oneness of the term 407 2, 52 | species remains ~the same on account of the oneness of the term. 408 2, 56 | said to be ~a good man on account of his science or his art. 409 2, 59 | of its ~essence, but on account of its effect; because, 410 2, 59 | undauntedly shunned on ~account of sorrow.~Aquin.: SMT FS 411 2, 60 | element is one generically, on account of the ~unity of the agent: 412 2, 60 | it varies in species, on account of the various ~relations 413 2, 61 | with the other virtues, on account of the ~importance of their 414 2, 61 | retired from public life on account of failing health, or for 415 2, 63 | of the ~same species, on account of the difference between 416 2, 65 | the other is either of no ~account whatever, or very imperfect": 417 2, 65 | saints are more humbled on account of their not having certain ~ 418 2, 65 | through prudence, but also on account of charity: and, again, 419 2, 65 | complacency in the act, on account of some impediment ~supervening 420 2, 65 | neither faith nor hope, on account of ~their implying an imperfection. 421 2, 66 | right reason; and this, on ~account of either greater habituation, 422 2, 66 | abundance than another man, on account of his greater ~abundance 423 2, 66 | for another virtue, on account of his more admirable readiness 424 2, 68 | that wisdom "is of small account ~if it lack understanding, 425 2, 68 | man departs from evil on account of fear (Prov. 16:16), before 426 2, 70 | there in the ~singular, on account of its being generically 427 2, 71 | as virtues." And I say on account of faith and hope, whose ~ 428 2, 71 | omits going to ~church on account of sickness: but if the 429 2, 72 | said to be in the world on account of ~sin, in as much as the 430 2, 72 | delay in taking food, on account of ~a rapid exhaustion of 431 2, 73 | commit sin is lawful on account of some inordinateness ~ 432 2, 73 | sin is not aggravated ~on account of its causing more harm.~ 433 2, 73 | sin were ~more grievous on account of its causing a greater 434 2, 73 | is not more grievous ~on account of its causing a greater 435 2, 73 | the sin directly; but, on account of his neglecting to consider ~ 436 2, 73 | sin is not aggravated on account of his neither ~intending 437 2, 73 | aggravates a sin ~chiefly on account of his position or knowledge, 438 2, 73 | whatever ~we do, it is on account of one of these that we 439 2, 73 | is all the more grave, on account of the scandal and the ~ 440 2, 73 | the more blameworthy on account of his goodness. ~Therefore 441 2, 73 | which takes us unawares on ~account of the weakness of human 442 2, 73 | many stripes." Secondly, on account of ingratitude, ~because 443 2, 73 | tormented." Thirdly, on account of the sinful act being ~ 444 2, 73 | of chastity. Fourthly, on account of the example or ~scandal; 445 2, 74 | avoid all such movements, on account of the ~aforesaid corruption: 446 2, 74 | man is excused from sin on account ~of ignorance. Therefore 447 2, 74 | is ~accidental, viz. on account of the incompleteness of 448 2, 74 | decision to fulfil it, on account of the prohibition of some ~ 449 2, 74 | be without mortal sin, on account of the ~contempt of the 450 2, 74 | nevertheless be venial, on account of the ~incompleteness of 451 2, 75 | never lacking except on ~account of some impeding cause. 452 2, 75 | follow of necessity, on account of some ~supervening impediment: 453 2, 75 | is something imperfect on account of its moral ~imperfection 454 2, 76 | have ~prevented the act, on account of the inclination of the 455 2, 76 | and yet drunkenness, on account of the ignorance ~connected 456 2, 77 | of ~reason is impeded on account of a vehement and inordinate 457 2, 77 | weaker. ~Now knowledge, on account of its certitude, is the 458 2, 77 | he knows habitually, on ~account of some hindrance supervening, 459 2, 77 | sleep or ~drunkenness, on account of some change wrought on 460 2, 77 | universal, is hindered, on ~account of a passion, from reasoning 461 2, 77 | fulfilling its proper action on ~account of a disorder in its parts. 462 2, 77 | Whether sin is alleviated on account of a passion?~Aquin.: SMT 463 2, 77 | sin is not alleviated on account of passion. ~For increase 464 2, 77 | to their ~resolution on account of their concupiscence.~ 465 2, 78 | displeasing to him, but on account of his reaping some disadvantage 466 2, 78 | purpose ~is interrupted on account of the passion, for the 467 2, 80 | already ~prone to sin, on account of any previous sin; which 468 2, 81 | father of a gouty son, ~on account of some seminal corruption, 469 2, 81 | transmitted in ~consequence, on account of a defect in the bodily 470 2, 81 | under a family disgrace, on account of a crime ~committed by 471 2, 81 | spiritual punishment on ~account of their parents, unless 472 2, 81 | punishment on their parents' ~account, inasmuch as the child, 473 2, 81 | Consequently it is not on account of the place of exile, but 474 2, 81 | the place of exile, but on account ~of the sin, that original 475 2, 81 | transmitted to posterity on account of Eve's sin; it ~is evident 476 2, 82 | et Remiss. i, 39) that on account of original sin little ~ 477 2, 82 | man than in another, on account of the different bodily ~ 478 2, 84 | place in two ways. First, on account of the condition of ~the 479 2, 84 | in number. ~Secondly, on account of a natural relationship 480 2, 84 | Secondly, indirectly and on ~account of something else, as it 481 2, 84 | thus one seeks an evil on account ~of some attendant good, 482 2, 84 | good, or avoids a good on account of some attendant ~evil.~ 483 2, 84 | hand, avoidance of good on account of an attendant evil ~occurs 484 2, 84 | one's spiritual good, on ~account of the attendant bodily 485 2, 84 | acquire spiritual goods on ~account of the attendant labor; 486 2, 85 | is not changed ~on that account, so that the good of nature 487 2, 85 | destroyed entirely in some on account of ~sin: thus the lost cannot 488 2, 85 | diminished in each individual on account of ~actual sin, as was explained 489 2, 86 | brightness of the soul, on account of its ~withdrawing from 490 2, 86 | be parted from another on account of ~some kind of movement, 491 2, 87 | grace which is ~withdrawn on account of sin. Wherefore since 492 2, 87 | sometimes even by death; wherein account is not taken of the time ~ 493 2, 87 | everlasting punishment, not on account ~of its gravity, but by 494 2, 87 | but they ~are of small account: whereas spiritual goods 495 2, 87 | punishment inflicted on account of sin, inasmuch as it is ~ 496 2, 88 | delectation to be morose, on account of the ~approval of the 497 2, 89 | a stain in the soul, on account of the ~inordinateness of 498 2, 89 | understood as though on account of the perfection of his 499 2, 89 | each ~of these happens on account of some defect of order, 500 2, 89 | things they sin mortally, on account of the end ~they have in


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