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1 1, 1 | inquiry: ~(1) Whether it is necessary?~(2) Whether it is a science?~( 2 1, 1 | 1~I answer that, It was necessary for man's salvation that 3 1, 1 | to the end. Hence it was necessary for ~the salvation of man 4 1, 1 | have discovered, it was necessary that ~man should be taught 5 1, 1 | and more surely, it was necessary that they should be ~taught 6 1, 1 | revelation. It was therefore necessary ~that besides philosophical 7 1, 1 | use of metaphors as both necessary and useful.~Aquin.: SMT 8 1, 1 | of this, ~since nothing necessary to faith is contained under 9 1, 2 | existence of anything, it is ~necessary to accept as a middle term 10 1, 2 | the ~hand. Therefore it is necessary to arrive at a first mover, 11 1, 2 | plainly false. Therefore it is necessary to admit ~a first efficient 12 1, 2 | the existence of which is ~necessary. But every necessary thing 13 1, 2 | is ~necessary. But every necessary thing either has its necessity 14 1, 2 | to go on to infinity in necessary ~things which have their 15 1, 3 | individualized of themselves - it is ~necessary the forms themselves should 16 1, 6 | depends on it. Thus it is not ~necessary that there should be composition 17 1, 6 | good essentially, it is necessary to say ~that its goodness 18 1, 6 | accidents being added as necessary for its perfect ~operation; 19 1, 7 | substantial form, it is necessary that ~determinate accidents 20 1, 7 | subtracts ~whatever he finds necessary; which line he calls infinite.~ 21 1, 7 | an infinite multitude is necessary that something may ~exist. 22 1, 7 | existence as ~such is not necessary, but accidental. This can 23 1, 8 | removed from Him; nor is it necessary ~that He should be in all 24 1, 8 | of place. Hence it is not necessary ~for that which is whole 25 1, 8 | Therefore against these it is necessary to say that ~God is in all 26 1, 8 | 14). ~Against these it is necessary to say that God is in all 27 1, 8 | others. ~Against these it is necessary to say that He is in all 28 1, 8 | two modes of presence are necessary; viz. by ~essence and by 29 1, 8 | already ~exist, it would be necessary that God should be in all 30 1, 10 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, every necessary thing is eternal. But there 31 1, 10 | eternal. But there are many ~necessary things; as, for instance, 32 1, 10 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Necessary means a certain mode of 33 1, 10 | this sense the true and necessary are eternal, because they 34 1, 10 | second opinion, it would be necessary to say ~that there is one 35 1, 10 | measured by one, it is not necessary that ~the one should be 36 1, 12 | impossible. Therefore ~it is not necessary that every creature should 37 1, 12 | the intellect. Hence it is necessary that some supernatural ~ 38 1, 12 | preceding article, it is necessary that the ~power of understanding 39 1, 12 | 1: The created light is necessary to see the essence of God, ~ 40 1, 12 | Even so corporeal light ~is necessary as regards external sight, 41 1, 12 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: It is not necessary that whoever sees a mirror 42 1, 12 | sensible object, it is not necessary to see the substance of 43 1, 12 | intelligible object, it is not ~necessary to see the essence of God.~ 44 1, 13 | measured; ~hence it is not necessary that God and creatures should 45 1, 13 | habitude. Nevertheless it is necessary to know that since relation 46 1, 13 | or ~otherwise, it is not necessary by nature or otherwise of 47 1, 13 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: It is not necessary that all the divine names 48 1, 14 | things. Hence it is not necessary that what ever God knows, 49 1, 14 | will be; but only is this necessary as regards what He wills 50 1, 14 | contingent ~things. For from a necessary cause proceeds a necessary 51 1, 14 | necessary cause proceeds a necessary effect. But the ~knowledge 52 1, 14 | therefore that knowledge is necessary, what He knows must also 53 1, 14 | what He knows must also be ~necessary. Therefore the knowledge 54 1, 14 | antecedent is ~absolutely necessary must have an absolutely 55 1, 14 | must have an absolutely necessary consequent. For ~the antecedent 56 1, 14 | the conclusion: ~and from necessary principles only a necessary 57 1, 14 | necessary principles only a necessary conclusion can follow, as ~ 58 1, 14 | conditional of this is ~absolutely necessary, because it is eternal, 59 1, 14 | consequent is also absolutely necessary. Therefore ~whatever God 60 1, 14 | whatever God knows, is necessary; and so the knowledge of 61 1, 14 | Although the supreme cause is necessary, the effect may be ~contingent 62 1, 14 | is the first ~cause, is necessary. So likewise things known 63 1, 14 | is ~the first cause, is necessary.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[14] A[ 64 1, 14 | contingent to ~be future," is not necessary, but contingent; because, 65 1, 14 | because it is a ~compound of necessary and contingent; as this 66 1, 14 | and the same applies to necessary and ~contingent. Hence it 67 1, 14 | antecedent is absolutely ~necessary. Nor does it follow, as 68 1, 14 | consequent is ~absolutely necessary, because the antecedent 69 1, 14 | its ~antecedent the remote necessary cause, and the consequent 70 1, 14 | presentiality. And thus it is necessary, ~as also is the antecedent: " 71 1, 14 | is known by us ~must be necessary, even as it is in itself; 72 1, 14 | is known by God must be ~necessary according to the mode in 73 1, 14 | Everything which God knows is necessary." If ~understood of the 74 1, 14 | which is known by God is' is necessary." ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[14] 75 1, 15 | things. It is not therefore necessary to suppose ideas.~Aquin.: 76 1, 15 | 1/2~I answer that, It is necessary to suppose ideas in the 77 1, 16 | the thing, ~yet it is not necessary that truth should be there 78 1, 19 | For ~everything eternal is necessary. But whatever God wills, 79 1, 19 | to the nature of God is necessary, for ~God is of Himself 80 1, 19 | for ~God is of Himself necessary being, and the principle 81 1, 19 | Further, being that is not necessary, and being that is possible ~ 82 1, 19 | which a thing is said to be ~necessary, namely, absolutely, and 83 1, 19 | thing to be ~absolutely necessary from the relation of the 84 1, 19 | thus it is ~absolutely necessary that man is an animal. It 85 1, 19 | thus it is absolutely ~necessary that a number must be odd 86 1, 19 | In this way it is not ~necessary that Socrates sits: wherefore 87 1, 19 | sits: wherefore it is not necessary absolutely, ~though it may 88 1, 19 | For the divine will ~has a necessary relation to the divine goodness, 89 1, 19 | as any other faculty has necessary ~relation to its proper 90 1, 19 | Himself is not absolutely ~necessary. Yet it can be necessary 91 1, 19 | necessary. Yet it can be necessary by supposition, for supposing 92 1, 19 | Reply OBJ 4: Sometimes a necessary cause has a non-necessary 93 1, 19 | which by its nature is necessary, ~determines itself to will 94 1, 19 | things to which it has no necessary relation.~Aquin.: SMT FP 95 1, 19 | As the divine essence is necessary of itself, so is the ~divine 96 1, 19 | divine knowledge has a ~necessary relation to the thing known; 97 1, 19 | then all other things have necessary existence inasmuch ~as they 98 1, 19 | absolute necessity so as to be necessary in ~themselves, in so far 99 1, 19 | must have the end and the necessary means ~predetermined for 100 1, 19 | absolute ~necessity, yet it is necessary by supposition, on account 101 1, 19 | 3: Further, whatever is necessary by its antecedent cause 102 1, 19 | its antecedent cause is ~necessary absolutely; it is thus necessary 103 1, 19 | necessary absolutely; it is thus necessary that animals should die, 104 1, 19 | conditional statement is necessary. It follows ~therefore that 105 1, 19 | that all that God wills is necessary absolutely.~Aquin.: SMT 106 1, 19 | that what God produces by necessary causes ~is necessary; and 107 1, 19 | by necessary causes ~is necessary; and what He produces by 108 1, 19 | between the contingent and the necessary is to be referred ~only 109 1, 19 | effects ~He has attached necessary causes, that cannot fail; 110 1, 19 | by insisting upon it as ~necessary by precept, and by prohibiting 111 1, 19 | precept to ~good that is necessary and counsel to good that 112 1, 22 | 1/1~I answer that, It is necessary to attribute providence 113 1, 22 | before (Q[19], A[4]), it ~is necessary that the type of the order 114 1, 22 | prepared for some things ~necessary causes, so that they happen 115 1, 22 | that properly speaking ~'necessary' and "contingent" are consequent 116 1, 23 | reprobates any man, it would be necessary for ~reprobation to have 117 1, 23 | represented in things. Now it is necessary that God's goodness, ~which 118 1, 23 | subject to ~providence are necessary; some things happening from 119 1, 23 | wills any created thing is necessary ~on the supposition that 120 1, 23 | divine will, but is not necessary absolutely; so the same 121 1, 23 | in such ~numbers as are necessary on account of that other 122 1, 25 | A[1]). Wherefore, it is necessary that the active ~power in 123 1, 25 | than His power. It is not necessary, ~therefore, that the infinite 124 1, 25 | quickly does it move; ~the necessary conclusion is that if its 125 1, 25 | agent; whence it is not ~necessary that the whole of its power 126 1, 25 | then we destroy also the necessary; for what necessarily ~exists 127 1, 25 | nothing at ~all that is necessary in things if God were omnipotent. 128 1, 29 | premised what have appeared necessary notions concerning the ~ 129 1, 29 | unnamed by us, it is sometimes necessary to use accidental differences 130 1, 29 | confuting heretics made it necessary to find new words to ~express 131 1, 32 | doubt that probable and even necessary arguments can be found for ~ 132 1, 32 | grasp that ~for which no necessary reason can be given, it 133 1, 32 | infinite ~goodness, it is not necessary that an infinite effect 134 1, 32 | the divine ~persons was necessary for us. It was necessary 135 1, 32 | necessary for us. It was necessary for the right idea of ~creation. 136 1, 32 | Person of the Father, it is necessary that the relations should 137 1, 34 | essence. Hence it is not ~necessary that the Word should proceed 138 1, 36 | must conclude that it ~is necessary to say that either the Son 139 1, 36 | not arisen, it was not necessary to make any explicit declaration 140 1, 36 | rather it is absolutely necessary. Forasmuch as one power ~ 141 1, 36 | the Holy ~Ghost, it seems necessary to say, conversely, that 142 1, 36 | contradictory; and hence it is not necessary to ~assert one or other 143 1, 40 | something ~common to all, it is necessary to seek out the principle 144 1, 40 | not person, it would be necessary to abstract the rationality 145 1, 40 | person; for then it would be necessary to say ~conversely that 146 1, 41 | Whether these acts are necessary, or voluntary?~(3) Whether 147 1, 41 | passion, and therefore it was ~necessary to signify the habitudes 148 1, 41 | what is not voluntary is necessary. Therefore if the ~Father 149 1, 41 | because God ~is of Himself necessary being, whereas a creature 150 1, 41 | 5: A thing is said to be necessary "of itself," and "by reason ~ 151 1, 41 | compelling cause, and thus necessary means ~what is violent; 152 1, 41 | when a thing is said ~to be necessary as the means to an end, 153 1, 41 | is the divine generation necessary; because God is not the ~ 154 1, 41 | But a thing is said to ~be necessary "of itself" which cannot 155 1, 41 | be: in this sense it is ~necessary for God to be; and in the 156 1, 41 | in the same sense it is necessary that the ~Father beget the 157 1, 41 | regarded as possible, but necessary. Therefore, as ~regards 158 1, 41 | Possible, as opposed to what is necessary, is a consequence ~of a 159 1, 41 | as contained in what is necessary; and in this latter sense 160 1, 43 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: It was necessary for the Son to be declared 161 1, 43 | 2~Reply OBJ 6: It is not necessary that the invisible mission 162 1, 44 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is necessary that every being be created 163 1, 44 | would seem that it is not necessary that every being be ~created 164 1, 44 | efficient cause. ~But no necessary thing can not exist, because 165 1, 44 | Therefore as there are many necessary things in ~existence, it 166 1, 44 | some to say that what is necessary ~has no cause (Phys. viii, 167 1, 44 | demonstrative sciences, where necessary principles are the causes 168 1, 44 | principles are the causes of ~necessary conclusions. And therefore 169 1, 44 | 6), ~that there are some necessary things which have a cause 170 1, 44 | because the effect is not necessary, but because the effect 171 1, 44 | any way. And thus ~it is necessary to say that also primary 172 1, 44 | not pure act. Hence it is necessary that ~even what is potential 173 1, 44 | species. ~Therefore it is necessary to admit self-existing species, 174 1, 44 | anything an ~exemplar is necessary, it is in order that the 175 1, 44 | beings, still it is not necessary that a thing should have 176 1, 44 | conditions; but it is not necessary that the universals should ~ 177 1, 45 | created ~by God, but it is necessary to say that all things were 178 1, 45 | all being. Hence it is ~necessary to say that God brings things 179 1, 45 | in ~that case it would be necessary for the same reason to suppose 180 1, 45 | the creature. Nor is it ~necessary that as long as the creature 181 1, 45 | in ~"this": and so it is necessary to presuppose that whereby 182 1, 45 | to be found. Nor is it ~necessary that these three things 183 1, 45 | kind of analogy. Nor ~is it necessary to say that their forms 184 1, 46 | things. Therefore things are ~necessary, according as it is necessary 185 1, 46 | necessary, according as it is necessary for God to will them, since 186 1, 46 | absolutely speaking, ~it is not necessary that God should will anything 187 1, 46 | Himself. It is ~not therefore necessary for God to will that the 188 1, 46 | cause. It is not ~therefore necessary for the world to be always; 189 1, 46 | eternal effect. Nor is it necessary for some change to be presupposed, ~ 190 1, 46 | matter; and hence it is necessary that it introduce the ~form 191 1, 46 | eternity of movement, it is necessary that any given moment in ~ 192 1, 46 | OBJ 2: Further, if it is necessary to say that the world was 193 1, 46 | not successive, it is not necessary ~for the maker to be prior 194 1, 46 | But it does not lead to a necessary conclusion, except as ~to 195 1, 47 | multiplication of creatures is necessary.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[47] A[ 196 1, 49 | not fail in doing what is necessary for the safety ~of all. 197 1, 49 | something common, it is necessary to search ~for one common 198 1, 49 | participation. Hence it is not necessary to reduce it to any essential ~ 199 1, 50 | 44) that this is not a ~necessary argument, but a probable 200 1, 50 | species. For it would be necessary for matter to be the principle 201 1, 50 | another; otherwise it would be necessary ~that all irrational animals 202 1, 50 | 1]) there is a kind of ~necessary thing which has a cause 203 1, 50 | it is not ~repugnant to a necessary or incorruptible being to 204 1, 52 | similar fashion it is not necessary on this account for the ~ 205 1, 52 | moves the heavens, is it necessary for him to be ~everywhere. 206 1, 53 | the place. Hence it ~is necessary for local movement of a 207 1, 53 | containing it. Hence it is not necessary for the ~local movement 208 1, 53 | Q[52], A[2]). Nor is it necessary for these contacts to be ~ 209 1, 53 | point. Therefore it is necessary for the thing moved to be 210 1, 53 | mid-space: and so it was necessary for him to pass ~through 211 1, 54 | substance, it would ~be necessary for it to be subsisting. 212 1, 54 | soul. Consequently it is necessary that there should be ~some 213 1, 55 | completed by the form, it is necessary for all things to which ~ 214 1, 55 | knowledge alone. Therefore it is necessary for the species, by which 215 1, 55 | extreme to the other it is necessary to ~pass through the middle. 216 1, 55 | simply. Consequently it is necessary for the ~lower intelligences 217 1, 57 | Incarnation. ~Hence it was necessary for all of them to be instructed 218 1, 57 | comprehend it. So it is not necessary for them to know ~everything 219 1, 64 | revealed ~to them as is necessary; and that is done either 220 1, 66 | to contemplation, not as ~necessary, but as congruous, that 221 1, 68 | firmament, on which point it is ~necessary to set forth the different 222 1, 69 | 1/2~I answer that, It is necessary to reply differently to 223 1, 69 | water and earth; but as ~a necessary means towards an end, namely, 224 1, 69 | be on the earth, it was necessary for the waters to be withdrawn 225 1, 70 | nutrition, our body is a necessary instrument. Hence it is 226 1, 72 | house, these things are necessary for the perfection of the 227 1, 73 | Therefore it was not ~necessary that after all had been 228 1, 74 | the first day, it was ~not necessary there to add, "He made." 229 1, 74 | command. But as it was necessary, for the sake of those especially 230 1, 75 | potentially. Hence it ~is necessary, not that the likeness of 231 1, 75 | Reply OBJ 3: The body is necessary for the action of the intellect, 232 1, 76 | But nature never fails in necessary ~things: therefore the intellectual 233 1, 76 | Reply OBJ 2: A body is not necessary to the intellectual soul 234 1, 76 | contrary, they would be ~necessary, for on the part of the 235 1, 76 | animal. x): "It is not necessary for the soul to be in each 236 1, 76 | each part thereof, it is necessary to distinguish. If we ~mean 237 1, 40 | something ~common to all, it is necessary to seek out the principle 238 1, 40 | not person, it would be necessary to abstract the rationality 239 1, 40 | person; for then it would be necessary to say ~conversely that 240 1, 41 | Whether these acts are necessary, or voluntary?~(3) Whether 241 1, 41 | passion, and therefore it was ~necessary to signify the habitudes 242 1, 41 | what is not voluntary is necessary. Therefore if the ~Father 243 1, 41 | because God ~is of Himself necessary being, whereas a creature 244 1, 41 | 5: A thing is said to be necessary "of itself," and "by reason ~ 245 1, 41 | compelling cause, and thus necessary means ~what is violent; 246 1, 41 | when a thing is said ~to be necessary as the means to an end, 247 1, 41 | is the divine generation necessary; because God is not the ~ 248 1, 41 | But a thing is said to ~be necessary "of itself" which cannot 249 1, 41 | be: in this sense it is ~necessary for God to be; and in the 250 1, 41 | in the same sense it is necessary that the ~Father beget the 251 1, 41 | regarded as possible, but necessary. Therefore, as ~regards 252 1, 41 | Possible, as opposed to what is necessary, is a consequence ~of a 253 1, 41 | as contained in what is necessary; and in this latter sense 254 1, 43 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: It was necessary for the Son to be declared 255 1, 43 | 2~Reply OBJ 6: It is not necessary that the invisible mission 256 1, 45 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is necessary that every being be created 257 1, 45 | would seem that it is not necessary that every being be ~created 258 1, 45 | efficient cause. ~But no necessary thing can not exist, because 259 1, 45 | Therefore as there are many necessary things in ~existence, it 260 1, 45 | some to say that what is necessary ~has no cause (Phys. viii, 261 1, 45 | demonstrative sciences, where necessary principles are the causes 262 1, 45 | principles are the causes of ~necessary conclusions. And therefore 263 1, 45 | 6), ~that there are some necessary things which have a cause 264 1, 45 | because the effect is not necessary, but because the effect 265 1, 45 | any way. And thus ~it is necessary to say that also primary 266 1, 45 | not pure act. Hence it is necessary that ~even what is potential 267 1, 45 | species. ~Therefore it is necessary to admit self-existing species, 268 1, 45 | anything an ~exemplar is necessary, it is in order that the 269 1, 45 | beings, still it is not necessary that a thing should have 270 1, 45 | conditions; but it is not necessary that the universals should ~ 271 1, 46 | created ~by God, but it is necessary to say that all things were 272 1, 46 | all being. Hence it is ~necessary to say that God brings things 273 1, 46 | in ~that case it would be necessary for the same reason to suppose 274 1, 46 | the creature. Nor is it ~necessary that as long as the creature 275 1, 46 | in ~"this": and so it is necessary to presuppose that whereby 276 1, 46 | to be found. Nor is it ~necessary that these three things 277 1, 46 | kind of analogy. Nor ~is it necessary to say that their forms 278 1, 47 | things. Therefore things are ~necessary, according as it is necessary 279 1, 47 | necessary, according as it is necessary for God to will them, since 280 1, 47 | absolutely speaking, ~it is not necessary that God should will anything 281 1, 47 | Himself. It is not therefore necessary for God to will that the 282 1, 47 | cause. It is not ~therefore necessary for the world to be always; 283 1, 47 | eternal effect. Nor is it necessary for some change to be presupposed, ~ 284 1, 47 | matter; and hence it is necessary that it introduce the ~form 285 1, 47 | eternity of movement, it is necessary that any given moment in ~ 286 1, 47 | OBJ 2: Further, if it is necessary to say that the world was 287 1, 47 | not successive, it is not necessary ~for the maker to be prior 288 1, 47 | But it does not lead to a necessary conclusion, except as ~to 289 1, 48 | multiplication of creatures is necessary.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[47] A[ 290 1, 50 | not fail in doing what is necessary for the safety ~of all. 291 1, 50 | something common, it is necessary to search ~for one common 292 1, 50 | participation. Hence it is not necessary to reduce it to any essential ~ 293 1, 51 | 44) that this is not a ~necessary argument, but a probable 294 1, 51 | species. For it would be necessary for matter to be the principle 295 1, 51 | another; otherwise it would be necessary ~that all irrational animals 296 1, 51 | 1]) there is a kind of ~necessary thing which has a cause 297 1, 51 | it is not ~repugnant to a necessary or incorruptible being to 298 1, 53 | similar fashion it is not necessary on this account for the ~ 299 1, 53 | moves the heavens, is it necessary for him to be ~everywhere. 300 1, 54 | the place. Hence it ~is necessary for local movement of a 301 1, 54 | containing it. Hence it is not necessary for the ~local movement 302 1, 54 | Q[52], A[2]). Nor is it necessary for these contacts to be ~ 303 1, 54 | point. Therefore it is necessary for the thing moved to be 304 1, 54 | mid-space: and so it was necessary for him to pass ~through 305 1, 55 | substance, it would ~be necessary for it to be subsisting. 306 1, 55 | soul. Consequently it is necessary that there should be ~some 307 1, 56 | completed by the form, it is necessary for all things to which ~ 308 1, 56 | knowledge alone. Therefore it is necessary for the species, by which 309 1, 56 | extreme to the other it is necessary to ~pass through the middle. 310 1, 56 | simply. Consequently it is necessary for the ~lower intelligences 311 1, 58 | Incarnation. ~Hence it was necessary for all of them to be instructed 312 1, 58 | comprehend it. So it is not necessary for them to know ~everything 313 1, 65 | revealed ~to them as is necessary; and that is done either 314 1, 67 | to contemplation, not as ~necessary, but as congruous, that 315 1, 69 | firmament, on which point it is ~necessary to set forth the different 316 1, 70 | 1/2~I answer that, It is necessary to reply differently to 317 1, 70 | water and earth; but as ~a necessary means towards an end, namely, 318 1, 70 | be on the earth, it was necessary for the waters to be withdrawn 319 1, 71 | nutrition, our body is a necessary instrument. Hence it is 320 1, 71 | house, these things are necessary for the ~perfection of the 321 1, 72 | Therefore it was not ~necessary that after all had been 322 1, 73 | the first day, it was ~not necessary there to add, "He made." 323 1, 73 | command. But as it was necessary, for the sake of those especially 324 1, 74 | potentially. Hence it ~is necessary, not that the likeness of 325 1, 74 | Reply OBJ 3: The body is necessary for the action of the intellect, 326 1, 75 | But nature never fails in necessary ~things: therefore the intellectual 327 1, 75 | Reply OBJ 2: A body is not necessary to the intellectual soul 328 1, 75 | contrary, they would be ~necessary, for on the part of the 329 1, 75 | animal. x): "It is not necessary for the soul to be in each 330 1, 75 | each part thereof, it is necessary to distinguish. If we ~mean 331 1, 77 | is from a semen, it ~is necessary that in the beginning an 332 1, 77 | of the body. This is also necessary for the action of the ~augmentative 333 1, 77 | nature does not fail in necessary things, there must ~needs 334 1, 77 | some distinct principle is necessary for this; since the perception ~ 335 1, 78 | A[3]; Q[77], A[1]) it is necessary to say that the intellect 336 1, 78 | Anima iii, 5), that "it is ~necessary for these differences," 337 1, 78 | intellect, it would still be necessary to assign ~to the human 338 1, 78 | by which the soul knows necessary things, ~is another principle, 339 1, 78 | ordained." Now ~contingent and necessary are generically different, 340 1, 78 | incorruptible. Since, therefore, necessary is the same as eternal, 341 1, 78 | as the higher reason: for necessary truths are found even ~among 342 1, 78 | which the intellect knows ~necessary things, is distinct from 343 1, 78 | Wherefore it perfectly knows ~necessary things which have perfect 344 1, 78 | inquires. For contingent and necessary, though differing ~according 345 1, 79 | 1/2~I answer that, It is necessary to assign an appetitive 346 1, 79 | natural form. And so it is necessary to assign an appetitive 347 1, 79 | above. ~Therefore it is necessary to assign to the soul a 348 1, 81 | 10) that it anything is necessary, it is not voluntary. ~But 349 1, 81 | will." Now if this were not necessary, but contingent, ~there 350 1, 81 | For that ~which must be is necessary. Now that a thing must be 351 1, 81 | when ~we say that it is necessary for the three angles of 352 1, 81 | instance, food is said to be necessary for life, and a ~horse is 353 1, 81 | for life, and a ~horse is necessary for a journey. This is called " 354 1, 81 | intelligible which have not a necessary connection ~with the first 355 1, 81 | propositions ~which have a necessary connection with the first 356 1, 81 | once it is aware of the necessary connection of these conclusions 357 1, 81 | goods which have not ~a necessary connection with happiness, 358 1, 81 | some things which have a necessary connection with happiness, 359 1, 82 | as man is rational is it necessary ~that man have a free-will.~ 360 1, 83 | concerned with things that are ~necessary and unchangeable. But all 361 1, 83 | immaterial, universal, and necessary.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[84] A[ 362 1, 83 | Secondly, because if it were ~necessary for the thing known to exist 363 1, 83 | Especially does the body seem necessary to the ~intellectual soul, 364 1, 83 | awakening does not seem necessary to the soul, except in as 365 1, 83 | Avicenna, that the senses are necessary to the ~soul, because by 366 1, 84 | the form. Neither ~is it necessary that, as regards us, knowledge 367 1, 85 | are not contingent, but necessary ~things.~Aquin.: SMT FP 368 1, 85 | thing has in it something necessary: for example, that ~Socrates 369 1, 85 | of running to ~motion is necessary, for it is necessary that 370 1, 85 | is necessary, for it is necessary that Socrates move if he 371 1, 85 | while the universal and necessary principles of contingent ~ 372 1, 85 | then all science is of ~necessary things. But if we consider 373 1, 85 | thus some ~sciences are of necessary things, some of contingent 374 1, 85 | cause be such as to have a necessary connection ~with its future 375 1, 88 | and imagination ~which are necessary for the abstraction of species: 376 1, 88 | determinate distance would be necessary. This is, however, impossible ~ 377 1, 90 | such defect arises as a necessary ~result of the matter, from 378 1, 91 | 1 ~I answer that, It was necessary for woman to be made, as 379 1, 91 | his wife." This was most necessary as regards the human race, 380 1, 92 | another, but it is also necessary to observe what proceeds ~ 381 1, 93 | supernatural end: ~just as it is necessary for us to know the truths 382 1, 93 | supernatural truths as was necessary for the direction ~of human 383 1, 93 | effort, and which are not necessary for the direction of ~human 384 1, 96 | require ~food. For food is necessary for man to restore what 385 1, 96 | not have ~taken more than necessary food, so that there would 386 1, 97 | animals, it would ~have been necessary to make a division of rights 387 1, 97 | sin would have been very necessary, for such a great ~blessing 388 1, 97 | division of possessions is necessary ~on account of the multiplicity 389 1, 103 | them, so that it is not necessary to keep them from corruption. 390 1, 106 | mind. Therefore it is not necessary ~that one angel should speak 391 1, 106 | and in this way it is not necessary that these speeches ~should 392 1, 107 | the ~angelic orders it is necessary to observe that the proper 393 1, 107 | attained, it is no longer necessary to tend ~towards the end. 394 1, 108 | that order, it would seem necessary to give them ~the names 395 1, 108 | knowledge, there is no ~necessary manifestation of the truth 396 1, 112 | many ways; and so it was necessary that angels should be deputed 397 1, 112 | men it seems especially ~necessary to coerce the demons, which 398 1, 114 | act. And therefore it ~is necessary to suppose some active principle 399 1, 114 | Para. 3/3~Therefore it is necessary, as the Philosopher says ( 400 1, 114 | movements and ~dispositions, are necessary beings; it seems that their 401 1, 114 | that heavenly principle is necessary, it follows that the ~effect 402 1, 115 | dispositions of causes is in itself necessary, so ~that all things would 403 1, 115 | conditional is true and necessary: "If God ~foreknew that 404 1, 117 | united to the body, which is necessary to it for ~the operation 405 1, 117 | does not fail in what is ~necessary." Secondly, because there 406 1, 118 | same, identity of matter is necessary. But ~this is incongruous. 407 2, 1 | s compulsion, it is ~not necessary that he should know the 408 2, 1 | indefinitely. Therefore it is necessary to fix one last ~end.~Aquin.: 409 2, 1 | complete." It is therefore necessary ~for the last end so to 410 2, 2 | lack many ~goods that are necessary to him; for instance, wisdom, 411 2, 2 | the health of the body is necessary. Since, ~therefore, happiness 412 2, 3 | needed for happiness, as a ~necessary disposition thereto. And 413 2, 4 | 5) Whether the body is necessary for man's happiness?~(6) 414 2, 4 | perfection of the body is necessary?~(7) Whether any external 415 2, 4 | Whether any external goods are necessary?~(8) Whether the fellowship 416 2, 4 | fellowship of friends is necessary?~~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[4] A[ 417 2, 4 | seems that delight is not ~necessary for happiness.~Aquin.: SMT 418 2, 4 | Therefore delight is not necessary for happiness.~Aquin.: SMT 419 2, 4 | answer that, One thing may be necessary for another in four ways. ~ 420 2, 4 | it: thus instruction is necessary ~for science. Secondly, 421 2, 4 | perfecting it: thus the soul is necessary for ~the life of the body. 422 2, 4 | without: thus friends ~are necessary for some undertaking. Fourthly, 423 2, 4 | we might say that heat is necessary for fire. And in this way ~ 424 2, 4 | in this way ~delight is necessary for happiness. For it is 425 2, 4 | those operations which ~are necessary for the preservation of 426 2, 4 | Whether comprehension is necessary for happiness?~Aquin.: SMT 427 2, 4 | that comprehension is not necessary for happiness. ~For Augustine 428 2, 4 | Therefore comprehension is necessary for ~Happiness.~Aquin.: 429 2, 4 | sense comprehension is ~necessary for Happiness.~Aquin.: SMT 430 2, 4 | rectitude of the will is necessary for happiness?~Aquin.: SMT 431 2, 4 | rectitude of the will is not necessary for ~Happiness. For Happiness 432 2, 4 | be clean of heart, is not necessary for ~the perfect operation 433 2, 4 | rectitude of the will is not necessary for Happiness.~Aquin.: SMT 434 2, 4 | another as its end, is not ~necessary, when the end is already 435 2, 4 | of the will is no longer necessary.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[4] A[4] 436 2, 4 | that, Rectitude of will is necessary for Happiness both ~antecedently 437 2, 4 | of movement are no longer necessary when ~the end has been gained: 438 2, 4 | due order to the end is necessary.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[4] A[5] 439 2, 4 | 1/1~Whether the body is necessary for man's happiness?~Aquin.: 440 2, 4 | would seem that the body is necessary for Happiness. For the ~ 441 2, 4 | evident that the body is necessary for the happiness of this 442 2, 4 | thereof; thus ~the soul is necessary for man's perfection. Secondly, 443 2, 4 | perfection. Secondly, as necessary for ~its well-being: thus, 444 2, 4 | hindered has not all that is ~necessary to make it perfect in every 445 2, 4 | perfection of the body is necessary for happiness?~Aquin.: SMT 446 2, 4 | perfection of the body is not necessary for ~man's perfect Happiness. 447 2, 4 | disposition of the body is necessary for ~man's Happiness.~Aquin.: 448 2, 4 | disposition of the body is ~necessary for Happiness.~Aquin.: SMT 449 2, 4 | disposition of the body ~necessary for Happiness. ~Aquin.: 450 2, 4 | disposition of the body is ~necessary for Happiness.~Aquin.: SMT 451 2, 4 | disposition of body is necessary for Happiness; indeed, that 452 2, 4 | Happiness; indeed, that it is ~necessary for the soul to be entirely 453 2, 4 | disposition of the body is ~necessary, both antecedently and consequently, 454 2, 4 | perfection of the body is necessary, ~lest it hinder the mind 455 2, 4 | Whether any external goods are necessary for happiness?~Aquin.: SMT 456 2, 4 | external goods also are necessary for ~Happiness. For that 457 2, 4 | Therefore external goods are necessary ~for Happiness.~Aquin.: 458 2, 4 | Therefore they too are necessary for ~Happiness.~Aquin.: 459 2, 4 | least ~external place is necessary for Happiness.~Aquin.: SMT 460 2, 4 | nothing further external is necessary for Happiness.~Aquin.: SMT 461 2, 4 | life, ~external goods are necessary, not as belonging to the 462 2, 4 | goods as these are nowise necessary for perfect ~Happiness, 463 2, 4 | external goods are nowise necessary for ~that Happiness, since 464 2, 4 | fellowship of friend is necessary for happiness?~Aquin.: SMT 465 2, 4 | would seem that friends are necessary for Happiness. For ~future 466 2, 4 | fellowship of friends is necessary for Happiness.~Aquin.: SMT 467 2, 4 | with us." ~But delight is necessary for Happiness. Therefore 468 2, 4 | fellowship of friends ~is also necessary.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[4] A[8] 469 2, 4 | fellowship ~of friends is necessary for Happiness.~Aquin.: SMT 470 2, 4 | Consequently nothing else is necessary for Happiness.~Aquin.: SMT 471 2, 5 | Whether any actions of man are necessary in order that man may ~obtain 472 2, 5 | lose it. Therefore it is necessary for true Happiness that 473 2, 5 | nature does not fail in necessary things. But nothing is so ~ 474 2, 5 | things. But nothing is so ~necessary to man as that by which 475 2, 5 | did it fail man in things ~necessary, although it gave him not 476 2, 5 | Whether any good works are necessary that man may receive happiness 477 2, 5 | that no works of man are necessary that he may ~obtain Happiness 478 2, 5 | Therefore no works of man ~are necessary for attaining Happiness.~ 479 2, 5 | above (Q[4], A[4]), is ~necessary for Happiness; since it 480 2, 5 | end; and it is therefore necessary for obtaining the ~end, 481 2, 5 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Works are necessary to man in order to gain 482 2, 6 | knowledge of the end is necessary. ~Therefore, whatever so 483 2, 6 | such ~simply: thus what is necessary, subject to a condition, 484 2, 6 | subject to a condition, is necessary in ~some respect: but what 485 2, 6 | some respect: but what is necessary absolutely, is necessary 486 2, 6 | necessary absolutely, is necessary simply. But ~that which 487 2, 6 | 3: Further, knowledge is necessary for voluntariness. But ~ 488 2, 6 | of knowledge, which is a necessary condition of ~voluntariness, 489 2, 9 | the agent: but it is not necessary that this inward principle 490 2, 10 | nature in ~this sense, it is necessary that the principle of whatever 491 2, 10 | founded ~on some nature, it is necessary that the movement proper 492 2, 10 | in like manner it is ~not necessary that the will (which is 493 2, 10 | conditions; so ~that from necessary causes through the Divine 494 2, 10 | remains contingent and not necessary, except in those things 495 2, 13 | principles that are ~absolutely necessary, but from such as are so 496 2, 14 | known for certain, it is ~necessary to take several conditions 497 2, 14 | of another; whereas in necessary and universal things, our 498 2, 14 | of things ~universal and necessary; but it is desired as being 499 2, 14 | Consequently it is not always necessary to take counsel ~about removing 500 2, 14 | Socrates is sitting is not a ~necessary statement; but that he is


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