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St. Thomas Aquinas
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1 1, 1 | Hence Augustine says (Epis. ad Hieron. xix, 1): "Only ~ 2 1, 5 | as Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. iv, 3): "Measure fixes 3 1, 9 | as Augustine says (Gen. ad lit viii, ~20), "The Creator 4 1, 9 | appears from Augustine (Gen. ad lit. iv, 12). Therefore 5 1, 10 | contrary, Jerome says (Ep. ad Damasum. xv) that "God is 6 1, 10 | For Augustine says ~(Gen. ad lit. viii, 20,22,23), that " 7 1, 10 | also Augustine says (Gen. ad ~lit. viii, 20,22,23) that 8 1, 12 | as Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. ii, 28,34), remembered ~ 9 1, 12 | Further, Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. viii, 22,23), "God 10 1, 12 | according to Augustine (Gen. ad lit. xii, 24, 25), those ~ 11 1, 12 | essences, as he also says (Gen. ad lit. ~xiii, 24,25). Therefore 12 1, 12 | as Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. xii, 26,27,28) of Moses, 13 1, 14 | as Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. vi). ~But our intellect 14 1, 19 | things, as said before (A[2], ad 2).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[19] 15 1, 19 | accidentally, as said above (ad 1). Therefore ~Dionysius 16 1, 19 | prodigal son [*Ep. 146, ad Damas.]; "God alone is He 17 1, 20 | side, as has been said (ad 1); neither can those that 18 1, 20 | already show (Q[3], A[2]~, ad 2; Q[19], A[11]). Whereas, 19 1, 23 | 14], A[2]; Q[18], A[3], ad 1). Predestination is an 20 1, 25 | as Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. 20,22,23). Therefore, 21 1, 25 | shown above (Q[14], A[1], ad 2). Thus is ~it that the 22 1, 25 | contrary, Jerome says (Ep. 22 ad Eustoch.): "Although God 23 1, 28 | relations (Q[42], A[3], ad 4).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[28] 24 1, 29 | Jerome also says (Ep. ad Damas.) that, "in this word 25 1, 30 | St. Victor (Q[29], A[3], ad 4). ~Therefore this term " 26 1, 31 | Augustine [*Fulgentius, De Fide ad Petrum i.] says: ~"There 27 1, 32 | shown above (Q[3], A[3], ad 1), the use of concrete 28 1, 32 | appear ~later (Q[33], A[4], ad 3). Four only are properties. 29 1, 32 | further on (Q[40], A[1], ad 1).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[32] 30 1, 33 | stated above (Q[27], ~A[4], ad 3), and because also in 31 1, 35 | Augustine (Fulgentius, De Fide ad Petrum i) says, "The Godhead 32 1, 36 | stated above (Q[27]~, A[4], ad 3). Hence the relations 33 1, 36 | as we shall see ~later (ad 7). Nor is there any reason 34 1, 37 | stated ~above (Q[27], A[4], ad 3), and yet express the 35 1, 37 | above (here and Q[24], A[2], ad 4).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[37] 36 1, 39 | Augustine says (Ep. lxvi ad ~Maxim.) that "God the Father 37 1, 39 | as above explained (A[4], ad 3), hence, as it is true 38 1, 39 | explained (Q[37], A[2], ad 1). But, as he subjoins, " 39 1, 41 | Augustine (Fulgentius, De Fide ad Petrum ii) says: "It ~is 40 1, 41 | against what Augustine says (Ad Orosium qu. ~vii).~Aquin.: 41 1, 41 | Augustine (Fulgentius, De Fide ad Petrum i, 1) says: ~"God 42 1, 41 | see later on (Q[42], A[6], ad 3).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[41] 43 1, 42 | Augustine (Fulgentius, ~De Fide ad Petrum i) says: "We understand 44 1, 42 | said above ~(Q[10], A[2] ad 1, A[4] ad 2). But the generation 45 1, 42 | Q[10], A[2] ad 1, A[4] ad 2). But the generation of 46 1, 42 | as above explained (A[1], ad 1), and ~belongs to the 47 1, 45 | as was said above (A[2], ad ~2). Hence creation in the 48 1, 45 | as was said ~above (A[2], ad 2), and change is a kind 49 1, 45 | shown above (Q[42], A[1], ad 4), in treating of the equality ~ 50 1, 45 | shown ~above (Q[44], A[2], ad 2,3). Now, to be made is 51 1, 45 | from what has ~been said (ad 2). For if a greater power 52 1, 45 | above stated ~(Q[39], A[8], ad 3), to the Father is appropriated 53 1, 46 | appears above (Q[44], A[1], ad 2).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[46] 54 1, 49 | said above (Q[22], A[2], ad 2; Q[48], A[2]), that there 55 1, 49 | said above (Q[47], A[2], ad 1).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[49] 56 1, 51 | Augustine ~also says (Gen. ad lit. iii): "The demons are 57 1, 51 | implies a taking to oneself [ad se sumere]. But a body is 58 1, 51 | in the previous article (ad 3). Therefore they cannot 59 1, 54 | as was said ~above (A[3], ad 1).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[54] 60 1, 55 | Hence Augustine says (Gen. ad ~lit. ii, 8): "The other 61 1, 55 | Hence ~Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. ii, 8) that, "As the 62 1, 56 | contrary, Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. ii) that "the angel 63 1, 56 | 50], A[4]; Q[55], A[1], ad 3). Hence, it follows that 64 1, 56 | As Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. lit. ii), such things 65 1, 56 | already observed (Q[50], A[4], ad ~1,2). So the nature of 66 1, 57 | taken from Augustine (Gen. ad lit. xii. 28)]. But the 67 1, 57 | above (Q[55], A[2], A[3] ad 1), and consequently there 68 1, 57 | stated above (Q[55], A[3], ad 3).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[57] 69 1, 57 | which ~Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. viii) that "God moves 70 1, 57 | for Augustine says (Gen. ad ~lit. v, 19): "This mystery 71 1, 58 | contrary, Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. ii): "Since the angels ~ 72 1, 58 | contrary, Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. iv, 32): "The spiritual ~ 73 1, 58 | Augustine observes (Gen. ad lit. ii, 8). If, ~therefore, 74 1, 58 | contrary, Augustine (Gen. ad lit. iv, 22,31; De Civ. 75 1, 58 | Augustine puts it (Gen. ad ~lit. iv, 23), that there 76 1, 58 | as Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. iv, 23). Therefore 77 1, 58 | contrary, Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. iv, 24): "There is 78 1, 58 | As ~Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. iv, 24), the evening 79 1, 59 | faculties, as was said above (ad 2).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[59] 80 1, 60 | said above (Q[59], ~A[3], ad 1), when treating of free-will, 81 1, 61 | Hence ~Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. viii, 20,21) that " 82 1, 61 | For Jerome says (In Ep. ad Tit. i, 2): "Six thousand 83 1, 61 | Augustine remarks (Gen. ad lit. iii, 10), that the ~ 84 1, 62 | as Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. i, 15). ~Therefore 85 1, 62 | according to Augustine (Gen. ad lit. iv, 34; v, 5), the ~ 86 1, 62 | according to Augustine (Gen. ad. lit. v, 4,23; ~viii, 3), 87 1, 62 | For ~Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. ii, 8) that the angelic 88 1, 62 | as Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. viii, ~3), such as 89 1, 62 | of corporeal things (Gen. ad lit. i, 15).~Aquin.: SMT 90 1, 62 | contrary, Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. xi) that "there is 91 1, 63 | according to Augustine (Gen. ad lit. i, 15), the lack of ~ 92 1, 63 | Now according to him (Gen. ad lit. ii, 8), the ~"heaven," 93 1, 63 | as Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. iv, 24). Hence the 94 1, 64 | according to Augustine (Gen. ad lit. iv, 22), the proper ~ 95 1, 64 | as Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. v, 19; De Civ. Dei 96 1, 64 | the angels (Q[57], A[3], ad 3).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[64] 97 1, 64 | contrary, Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. iii, 10), that "the ~ 98 1, 65 | Tract. i. ~in Joan. and Gen. ad lit. i. 4], is "all form 99 1, 66 | Augustine for ~instance (Gen. ad lit. i, 15), believes that 100 1, 66 | according to ~Augustine [*Gen. ad lit. i; vii.], by supposing 101 1, 66 | contrary, Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. i, 3): "Both spiritual 102 1, 67 | For Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. iv, 28) that "in ~spiritual 103 1, 67 | Augustine objects to this (Gen. ad lit. i), that there was ~ 104 1, 67 | Augustine remarks (Gen. ad lit. i) that in the first 105 1, 67 | teaches (Confess. xii; Gen. ad lit. 1,15), ~formlessness 106 1, 68 | Augustine teaches (Gen. ad lit. i, 18). The first is, 107 1, 68 | as Augustine holds (Gen. ad lit. iv, 22,24), and not 108 1, 68 | Augustine, in fact (Gen. ad lit. ii, 4), recommends ~ 109 1, 68 | understood. Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. i, 9) that ~the heaven 110 1, 68 | upon by Augustine [*Gen. ad lit. ii, 1] the ~heaven 111 1, 68 | answer with Augustine (Gen. ad lit. ii, 5) that, "These 112 1, 68 | alluded to by Augustine (Gen. ad lit. ii, 4), that waters ~ 113 1, 68 | Divine power. Augustine (Gen. ad lit. ii, 1), ~however will 114 1, 68 | And Augustine ~says (Gen. ad lit. ii, 5) that some have 115 1, 68 | to which ~Augustine (Gen. ad lit. xii) expounds Paul' 116 1, 69 | according to Augustine (Gen. ad lit. i, ~15; iv, 22,34; 117 1, 69 | According to Augustine [*Gen. ad lit. ii, 7,8; iii, 20], ~ 118 1, 69 | the earth abides" (Gen. ad lit. ii, 11). Others, again, ~ 119 1, 69 | which Augustine gives (Gen. ad lit. i, 12). The first supposes 120 1, 69 | whereas Augustine (Gen. ad lit. v, 5; viii, 3) says 121 1, 70 | as Augustine holds (Gen. ad lit. ii, 11), or by giving 122 1, 70 | Augustine's opinion (Gen. ad lit. v, 5) on the ~production 123 1, 70 | Augustine, however (Gen. ad lit. ii), does not say this, ~ 124 1, 70 | the angelic nature (Gen. ad lit. ii, 18; Enchiridion ~ 125 1, 72 | again Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. ~v) that the production 126 1, 72 | Augustine ~rejects (Gen. ad lit. iii), but because their 127 1, 72 | elect [*Cf. Augustine, Gen. ad lit. iii, 12], and to ~prevent 128 1, 73 | for, as said ~above (A[1], ad 3), He made nothing afterwards 129 1, 73 | works on that day (Gen. ad lit. iv).~Aquin.: SMT FP 130 1, 73 | as we explained (Q[72], ad 4), the blessing referred 131 1, 74 | as Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. ii, 13).~Aquin.: SMT 132 1, 74 | said above (Q[70], A[1] ad ~2).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[74] 133 1, 74 | According to Augustine (Gen. ad lit. iv, 15), after all ~ 134 1, 74 | a sevenfold aspect (Gen. ad lit. iv, 22; De Civ. Dei 135 1, 74 | 22; De Civ. Dei xi, ~9; Ad Orosium xxvi); while others 136 1, 74 | Augustine observes (Gen. ad lit. ~iv, 28). In the opinion 137 1, 74 | According to Augustine (Gen. ad lit. i, 4), the person of ~ 138 1, 74 | says Augustine ~(Gen. ad lit. i, 8) which came from 139 1, 74 | as Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. i, 7). It is the ~opinion, 140 1, 74 | According to Augustine (Gen. ad lit. i, 8), these three ~ 141 1, 74 | According to Augustine (Gen. ad lit. iv, 22,30), by the ~" 142 1, 75 | contrary, Augustine (Gen. ad lit. vii, 7,8,9) proves 143 1, 75 | explained later (Q[76], A[2], ad 1).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[75] 144 1, 76 | further ~on (Q[118], A[2], ad 2).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] 145 1, 76 | as Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. ii, 1). God, however, 146 1, 76 | perfection, as we have ~said (ad 1), yet it is considered 147 1, 76 | For Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. vii, 19), that "the 148 1, 77 | said above (Q[75], A[5], ~ad 4); and for this reason 149 1, 77 | Further, Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. xii, 7,24) that the 150 1, 77 | AA[2],3; Q[76], A[1], ad ~1), that some operations 151 1, 77 | have ~said above (A[1], ad 6); or else this subject 152 1, 77 | Further, Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. xii, 32) that, as the 153 1, 37 | stated ~above (Q[27], A[4], ad 3), and yet express the 154 1, 37 | above (here and Q[24], A[2], ad 4).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[37] 155 1, 39 | Augustine says (Ep. lxvi ad ~Maxim.) that "God the Father 156 1, 39 | as above explained (A[4], ad 3), hence, as it is true 157 1, 39 | explained (Q[37], A[2], ad 1). But, as he subjoins, " 158 1, 41 | Augustine (Fulgentius, De Fide ad Petrum ii) says: "It ~is 159 1, 41 | against what Augustine says (Ad Orosium qu. ~vii).~Aquin.: 160 1, 41 | Augustine (Fulgentius, De Fide ad Petrum i, 1) says: ~"God 161 1, 41 | see later on (Q[42], A[6], ad 3).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[41] 162 1, 42 | Augustine (Fulgentius, ~De Fide ad Petrum i) says: "We understand 163 1, 42 | said above ~(Q[10], A[2] ad 1, A[4] ad 2). But the generation 164 1, 42 | Q[10], A[2] ad 1, A[4] ad 2). But the generation of 165 1, 42 | as above explained (A[1], ad 1), and ~belongs to the 166 1, 46 | as was said above (A[2], ad ~2). Hence creation in the 167 1, 46 | as was said ~above (A[2], ad 2), and change is a kind 168 1, 46 | shown above (Q[42], A[1], ad 4), in treating of the equality ~ 169 1, 46 | shown ~above (Q[44], A[2], ad 2,3). Now, to be made is 170 1, 46 | from what has ~been said (ad 2). For if a greater power 171 1, 46 | above stated ~(Q[39], A[8], ad 3), to the Father is appropriated 172 1, 47 | appears above (Q[44], A[1], ad 2).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[46] 173 1, 50 | said above (Q[22], A[2], ad 2; Q[48], A[2]), that there 174 1, 50 | said above (Q[47], A[2], ad 1).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[49] 175 1, 52 | Augustine ~also says (Gen. ad lit. iii): "The demons are 176 1, 52 | implies a taking to oneself [ad se sumere]. But a body is 177 1, 52 | in the previous article (ad 3). Therefore they cannot 178 1, 55 | as was said ~above (A[3], ad 1).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[54] 179 1, 56 | Hence Augustine says (Gen. ad ~lit. ii, 8): "The other 180 1, 56 | Hence ~Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. ii, 8) that, "As the 181 1, 57 | contrary, Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. ii) that "the angel 182 1, 57 | 50], A[4]; Q[55], A[1], ad 3). Hence, it follows that 183 1, 57 | As Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. lit. ii), such things 184 1, 57 | already observed (Q[50], A[4], ad ~1,2). So the nature of 185 1, 58 | taken from Augustine (Gen. ad lit. xii. 28)]. But the 186 1, 58 | above (Q[55], A[2], A[3] ad 1), and consequently there 187 1, 58 | stated above (Q[55], A[3], ad 3).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[57] 188 1, 58 | which ~Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. viii) that "God moves 189 1, 58 | for Augustine says (Gen. ad ~lit. v, 19): "This mystery 190 1, 59 | contrary, Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. ii): "Since the angels ~ 191 1, 59 | contrary, Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. iv, 32): "The spiritual ~ 192 1, 59 | Augustine observes (Gen. ad lit. ii, 8). If, ~therefore, 193 1, 59 | contrary, Augustine (Gen. ad lit. iv, 22,31; De Civ. 194 1, 59 | Augustine puts it (Gen. ad ~lit. iv, 23), that there 195 1, 59 | as Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. iv, 23). Therefore 196 1, 59 | contrary, Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. iv, 24): "There is 197 1, 59 | As ~Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. iv, 24), the evening 198 1, 60 | faculties, as was said above (ad 2).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[59] 199 1, 61 | said above (Q[59], ~A[3], ad 1), when treating of free-will, 200 1, 62 | Hence ~Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. viii, 20,21) that " 201 1, 62 | For Jerome says (In Ep. ad Tit. i, 2): "Six thousand 202 1, 62 | Augustine remarks (Gen. ad lit. iii, 10), that the ~ 203 1, 63 | as Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. i, 15). ~Therefore 204 1, 63 | according to Augustine (Gen. ad lit. iv, 34; v, 5), the ~ 205 1, 63 | according to Augustine (Gen. ad. lit. v, 4,23; ~viii, 3), 206 1, 63 | For ~Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. ii, 8) that the angelic 207 1, 63 | as Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. viii, ~3), such as 208 1, 63 | of corporeal things (Gen. ad lit. i, 15).~Aquin.: SMT 209 1, 63 | contrary, Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. xi) that "there is 210 1, 64 | according to Augustine (Gen. ad lit. i, 15), the lack of ~ 211 1, 64 | Now according to him (Gen. ad lit. ii, 8), the ~"heaven," 212 1, 64 | as Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. iv, 24). Hence the 213 1, 65 | according to Augustine (Gen. ad lit. iv, 22), the proper ~ 214 1, 65 | as Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. v, 19; De Civ. Dei 215 1, 65 | the angels (Q[57], A[3], ad 3).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[64] 216 1, 65 | contrary, Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. iii, 10), that "the ~ 217 1, 66 | Tract. i. ~in Joan. and Gen. ad lit. i. 4], is "all form 218 1, 67 | Augustine for ~instance (Gen. ad lit. i, 15), believes that 219 1, 67 | according to ~Augustine [*Gen. ad lit. i; vii.], by supposing 220 1, 67 | contrary, Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. i, 3): "Both spiritual 221 1, 68 | For Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. iv, 28) that "in ~spiritual 222 1, 68 | Augustine objects to this (Gen. ad lit. i), that there was ~ 223 1, 68 | Augustine remarks (Gen. ad lit. i) that in the first 224 1, 68 | teaches (Confess. xii; Gen. ad lit. 1,15), ~formlessness 225 1, 69 | Augustine teaches (Gen. ad lit. i, 18). The first is, 226 1, 69 | as Augustine holds (Gen. ad lit. iv, 22,24), and not 227 1, 69 | Augustine, in fact (Gen. ad lit. ii, 4), recommends ~ 228 1, 69 | understood. Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. i, 9) that ~the heaven 229 1, 69 | upon by Augustine [*Gen. ad lit. ii, 1] the ~heaven 230 1, 69 | answer with Augustine (Gen. ad lit. ii, 5) that, "These 231 1, 69 | alluded to by Augustine (Gen. ad lit. ii, 4), that waters ~ 232 1, 69 | Divine power. Augustine (Gen. ad lit. ii, 1), ~however will 233 1, 69 | And Augustine ~says (Gen. ad lit. ii, 5) that some have 234 1, 69 | to which ~Augustine (Gen. ad lit. xii) expounds Paul' 235 1, 70 | according to Augustine (Gen. ad lit. i, ~15; iv, 22,34; 236 1, 70 | According to Augustine [*Gen. ad lit. ii, 7,8; iii, 20], ~ 237 1, 70 | the earth abides" (Gen. ad lit. ii, 11). Others, again, ~ 238 1, 70 | which Augustine gives (Gen. ad lit. i, 12). The first supposes 239 1, 70 | whereas Augustine (Gen. ad lit. v, 5; viii, 3) says 240 1, 71 | as Augustine holds (Gen. ad lit. ii, 11), or by giving 241 1, 71 | Augustine's opinion (Gen. ad lit. v, 5) on the ~production 242 1, 71 | Augustine, however (Gen. ad lit. ii), does not say this, ~ 243 1, 71 | the angelic nature (Gen. ad lit. ii, 18; Enchiridion ~ 244 1, 71 | again Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. ~v) that the production 245 1, 71 | Augustine ~rejects (Gen. ad lit. iii), but because their 246 1, 71 | elect [*Cf. Augustine, Gen. ad lit. iii, 12], and to ~prevent 247 1, 72 | for, as said ~above (A[1], ad 3), He made nothing afterwards 248 1, 72 | works on that day (Gen. ad lit. iv).~Aquin.: SMT FP 249 1, 72 | as we explained (Q[72], ad 4), the blessing referred 250 1, 73 | as Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. ii, 13).~Aquin.: SMT 251 1, 73 | said above (Q[70], A[1] ad ~2).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[74] 252 1, 73 | According to Augustine (Gen. ad lit. iv, 15), after all ~ 253 1, 73 | a sevenfold aspect (Gen. ad lit. iv, 22; De Civ. Dei 254 1, 73 | 22; De Civ. Dei xi, ~9; Ad Orosium xxvi); while others 255 1, 73 | Augustine observes (Gen. ad lit. ~iv, 28). In the opinion 256 1, 73 | According to Augustine (Gen. ad lit. i, 4), the person of ~ 257 1, 73 | says Augustine ~(Gen. ad lit. i, 8) which came from 258 1, 73 | as Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. i, 7). It is the ~opinion, 259 1, 73 | According to Augustine (Gen. ad lit. i, 8), these three ~ 260 1, 73 | According to Augustine (Gen. ad lit. iv, 22,30), by the ~" 261 1, 74 | contrary, Augustine (Gen. ad lit. vii, 7,8,9) proves 262 1, 74 | explained later (Q[76], A[2], ad 1).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[75] 263 1, 75 | further ~on (Q[118], A[2], ad 2).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] 264 1, 75 | as Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. ii, 1). God, however, 265 1, 75 | perfection, as we have ~said (ad 1), yet it is considered 266 1, 75 | For Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. vii, 19), that "the 267 1, 76 | said above (Q[75], A[5], ~ad 4); and for this reason 268 1, 76 | Further, Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. xii, 7,24) that the 269 1, 76 | AA[2],3; Q[76], A[1], ad ~1), that some operations 270 1, 76 | have ~said above (A[1], ad 6); or else this subject 271 1, 76 | Further, Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. xii, 32) that, as the 272 1, 77 | said above (Q[77], A[3], ad 4). But the ~object of the 273 1, 77 | we ~shall speak later on (ad 3,4). Hence it is that the 274 1, 77 | Further, Augustine (Gen. ad lit. xii, 6,7,24) describes 275 1, 77 | shall ~speak farther on (ad 1,2). But for the retention 276 1, 78 | patient," as Augustine ~(Gen. ad lit. xii, 16) and Aristotle ( 277 1, 78 | as we have said (A[6], ad 1). Therefore the memory 278 1, 78 | contrary, Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. iii, 20) that "that 279 1, 78 | have said above (A[7]~, ad 2; Q[77], A[3], ad 4).~Aquin.: 280 1, 78 | 7]~, ad 2; Q[77], A[3], ad 4).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[79] 281 1, 78 | as Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. xii, 7,24). Therefore ~ 282 1, 81 | for Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. ix, 14) that "animals 283 1, 81 | as Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. xii, 16), and the Philosopher ( 284 1, 82 | said above (Q[81], A[3], ad 2), the sensitive ~appetite, 285 1, 83 | senses." He says also (Gen. ad lit. xii, 24) that ~intellectual 286 1, 83 | Further, Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. xii, 16): "We must 287 1, 83 | touch on this opinion (Gen. ~ad lit. xii, 24) where he says 288 1, 83 | as Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. xii, 15). ~But this 289 1, 84 | abstraction, as ~above explained (ad 1), he held that all those 290 1, 84 | Augustine, who says (Gen. ad lit. viii, ~20,22), that " 291 1, 84 | as we have said above (ad 3), as it knows the parts 292 1, 85 | says (Confess. xii [*Gen. ad lit. xii. 13]), ~the soul 293 1, 86 | said above (Q[82], A[4], ad 1; Q[16], A[4], ad 1); for ~ 294 1, 86 | A[4], ad 1; Q[16], A[4], ad 1); for ~the true is good 295 1, 87 | 85], ~A[8]; Q[87], A[2], ad 2)~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[88] 296 1, 87 | explained above (Q[81], A[2], ad 3). Other things than God 297 1, 88 | knowing itself ~(Q[88], A[1], ad 1). Therefore from the knowledge 298 1, 88 | as ~Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. ii, 8). Hence it follows 299 1, 88 | Jerome says (Ep. liii, ad Paulinum), "Let us learn 300 1, 88 | above stated (Q[79], A[2], ad 2). Neither can the ~intelligible 301 1, 89 | explained (Q[75], A[5], ad 4). Therefore it is not 302 1, 89 | Augustine, however (Gen. ad lit. vii, 24), says that 303 1, 89 | prove. For he says (Gen. ad lit. vii, 29): "We ~may 304 1, 90 | Further, Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. vii, 24) that man's 305 1, 90 | according to Augustine ~(Gen. ad lit. vii, 24), was made 306 1, 90 | Augustine observes (Gen. ad lit. vi, 12), man surpasses ~ 307 1, 90 | According to Augustine (Gen. ad lit. iv, 34), the works 308 1, 91 | as ~Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. xii, 16). Therefore 309 1, 91 | as Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. x): "A body cannot 310 1, 91 | as Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. ~ix, 15). Therefore 311 1, 91 | As was said above (A[2], ad 2), the natural generation 312 1, 91 | As Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. ix, 15), we do not 313 1, 91 | As Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. ix, 18): "The first ~ 314 1, 92 | contrary, Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. vi, 12): "Man's excellence ~ 315 1, 92 | plural, as Augustine (Gen. ad lit. iii, 22) remarks, lest 316 1, 92 | says (Fulgentius De Fide ad Petrum ~i): "One in essence 317 1, 92 | according to Augustine (Gen. ad lit. xii, 7,24) there is ~ 318 1, 92 | love [*Cf. Q[79], A[7], ad 1]. "But since," as he says, " 319 1, 93 | Hence Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. xi, 33) that, ~"perhaps 320 1, 93 | as Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. xi, 18), so far as 321 1, 93 | Further, Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. xii, 2) that, in sleep 322 1, 93 | For ~Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. xi, 30) that "the woman 323 1, 95 | For Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. ix, 14), ~that the 324 1, 95 | as Dionysius says (Ep. ad Polycarp. vii). Therefore ~ 325 1, 96 | because as Augustine says (Ep. ad Dioscor.): ~"God made man' 326 1, 96 | further on (TP, Q[14]~, A[4], ad 1).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[97] 327 1, 96 | explained (Q[92], A[3], ad 2), the rib was in ~Adam 328 1, 97 | As Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. ix, 4), our first parents ~ 329 1, 98 | explained ~(Q[92], A[1], ad 2).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[99] 330 1, 101 | contrary, Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. viii, 1): "Three general ~ 331 1, 101 | 2: Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. viii, 7): "It is probable 332 1, 101 | According to Augustine (Gen. ad lit. v, 5, viii, 3), the ~ 333 1, 101 | As Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. viii, 10), these words 334 1, 102 | we have said above (A[1], ad 3; A[5], ad 2), every ~inclination 335 1, 102 | above (A[1], ad 3; A[5], ad 2), every ~inclination of 336 1, 103 | as Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. iv, 12): "If the ~ruling 337 1, 103 | In the same work (Gen. ad ~lit. viii, 12) he says: " 338 1, 103 | as above stated ~(A[1], ad 4). But God created all 339 1, 104 | itself, as we have stated (ad 2), it does not ~thereby 340 1, 104 | Augustine says (Epist. ad Volusian. cxxxvii): "In 341 1, 106 | as above explained (A[1], ad 2), is ~interior; perceived, 342 1, 110 | Further, Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. xii, 12): "One spirit 343 1, 112 | above stated (Q[112], A[3], ad 4), all the angels of the ~ 344 1, 114 | competent to act (A[1], ad 2,4). Therefore there are 345 1, 114 | virtues" ~(Augustine, De Gen. ad lit. v, 4) which seem to 346 1, 114 | as Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. vi, 10), they are ~ 347 1, 114 | as Augustine ~says (Gen. ad lit. xii, 16). Therefore 348 1, 114 | stated above (Q[114], ~A[4], ad 2) they take into account 349 1, 116 | Reply OBJ 1: Augustine (Gen. ad lit. v, 19) thus explains 350 1, 116 | Augustine says further on (Gen. ad lit. v, 19). Thus ~when 351 1, 116 | Jerome says (Comment. in Ep. ad Eph.) - that from the preaching 352 1, 116 | to it, as stated above (ad ~2).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[117] 353 1, 117 | stated above (Q[115], A[3], ad ~2). And since in this ( 354 1, 118 | Further, Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. x, 20) that we were 355 2, 1 | above (FP, Q[22], A[2], ad 4; FP, Q[103], ~A[1], ad 356 2, 1 | ad 4; FP, Q[103], ~A[1], ad 3). Consequently it is proper 357 2, 1 | as stated above (A[1], ad 1). And it is thus that ~ 358 2, 1 | as has been shown above (ad 2).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[1] 359 2, 2 | conversely, as ~stated above (ad 1). Consequently it does 360 2, 3 | as Augustine says ~(Ep. ad Dioscor.) "the body and 361 2, 3 | as stated above (A[2], ad 1). Therefore man's happiness 362 2, 3 | As stated above (A[2], ad 4), man's happiness is twofold, ~ 363 2, 3 | as stated above (A[2], ad 4).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[3] 364 2, 3 | in the FP, Q[111], A[2], ad 2. Consequently, by his 365 2, 4 | disproved above (Q[1], A[1], ~ad 2; Q[3], A[4]): but it seeks 366 2, 4 | happiness. ~For Augustine says (Ad Paulinam de Videndo Deum; [* 367 2, 4 | as already ~stated (A[2], ad 3). And therefore these 368 2, 4 | as Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. xii, 35), the soul " 369 2, 4 | as Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. xii, 35). Therefore ~ 370 2, 4 | as Augustine says (Gen. ad ~lit. xii, 35). Therefore 371 2, 4 | after inquiring (Gen. ~ad lit. xii, 35) "whether that 372 2, 4 | The statement made (Gen. ad lit. xii, 35) to the effect ~ 373 2, 4 | as Augustine says (Gen. ad ~lit. xii, 35), "if body 374 2, 4 | Hence Augustine says (Ep. ad ~Dioscor.) that "God gave 375 2, 4 | Hence ~Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. viii, 25) that "the 376 2, 6 | voluntariness, as stated above (ad 1), for such ~movements 377 2, 7 | OBJ 3: As stated above (ad 2), an accident is said 378 2, 8 | has been said above (A[2], ad 2). For the useful and the 379 2, 9 | as Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. xii, 16). But the sensitive 380 2, 9 | as Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. ii, 15): "We must confess 381 2, 10 | as stated ~above (A[1], ad 3). But the intellect is 382 2, 10 | as stated above (A[2], ad 3). But "whatever God does 383 2, 12 | as stated ~above (A[1], ad 4). But a terminus is something 384 2, 12 | As stated above (A[1], ad 4), intention regards the 385 2, 12 | as ~stated above (A[1], ad 3). Wherefore where we have 386 2, 12 | stated above ~(Q[8], A[3], ad 2). And the same applies 387 2, 13 | stated above (Q[1], A[2], ad ~3), the sensitive appetite 388 2, 13 | As already stated (A[1], ad 2), choice results from 389 2, 13 | as stated above (A[1], ad 2), choice follows the ~ 390 2, 14 | stated above (Q[13], A[1], ad 2; A[3]), ~follows the judgment 391 2, 14 | doubt" [*Cicero, Topic. ad Trebat.]. ~Now, that something 392 2, 15 | to assent] is, to speak, "ad aliud sentire" ~[to feel 393 2, 15 | as stated above (A[1], ad 1).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[15] 394 2, 15 | as stated above (A[1], ad 1), and ~from which the 395 2, 16 | stated above (Q[15], A[3], ad 3). Therefore use does also.~ 396 2, 18 | stated in the FP, Q[5], A[1], ad 1. We must ~therefore say 397 2, 18 | stated above (Q[1], A[3], ad 3).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[18] 398 2, 18 | species, as said above (A[7], ad 1; Q[1], A[3], ad ~3).~Aquin.: 399 2, 18 | A[7], ad 1; Q[1], A[3], ad ~3).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[18] 400 2, 19 | stated above ~(Q[1], A[1], ad 2).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[19] 401 2, 19 | stated above (Q[18], A[10], ad 2). But good and ~evil are 402 2, 19 | have already stated (A[6], ad 1), "evil results from ~ 403 2, 19 | goodness, as stated above (ad 2).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[19] 404 2, 20 | stated ~above (Q[1], A[1], ad 2), the act of another power 405 2, 20 | noted above (Q[19], A[6], ad 1), that ~for a thing to 406 2, 20 | have stated ~above (A[3], ad 1; Q[18], A[7], ad 1). For 407 2, 20 | A[3], ad 1; Q[18], A[7], ad 1). For continuous walking 408 2, 21 | in the FP, Q[48], A[5], ad 4; A[6], ~ad 3.~Aquin.: 409 2, 21 | 48], A[5], ad 4; A[6], ~ad 3.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[21] 410 2, 21 | explained above ~(Q[9], A[6], ad 3). Consequently, by his 411 2, 23 | as stated ~above (A[1], ad 1). But the contrariety 412 2, 25 | stated above (Q[23], A[1], ad 1; FP, Q[81], A[2]~). Now " 413 2, 25 | stated ~above (Q[11], A[3], ad 3).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[25] 414 2, 26 | in the ~FP, Q[6], A[1], ad 2; FP, Q[103], A[1], ad 415 2, 26 | ad 2; FP, Q[103], A[1], ad 1,3. And there is another ~ 416 2, 27 | 1]; cf. FP, ~Q[6], A[1], ad 2).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[27] 417 2, 30 | as stated above (A[1], ad 3). But the natural ~appetite 418 2, 31 | concupiscences (Q[30], A[3], ad 2).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[31] 419 2, 31 | stated above (Q[25], A[2], ad 1; Q[27], A[4], ad 1), ~ 420 2, 31 | A[2], ad 1; Q[27], A[4], ad 1), ~everything gives pleasure 421 2, 32 | was stated above ~(A[3], ad 3) that desire resulting 422 2, 33 | stated above (Q[31], A[3], ad 3).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[33] 423 2, 34 | stated above (Q[32], A[8], ad 2); but also in the act 424 2, 35 | for Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. viii, 14): "Had ~not 425 2, 36 | also stated (Q[30], A[2], ad ~2): and in this sense he 426 2, 39 | Wherefore ~Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. viii, 14): "It is also 427 2, 39 | as Augustine says (Gen. ad ~lit. xii, 33), "Jacob seems 428 2, 40 | Further, Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. ix, 14) that "animals 429 2, 40 | as explained above (A[5], ad 3).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[40] 430 2, 40 | stated above (Q[32], A[3], ad 2).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[40] 431 2, 41 | as stated above (A[2], ad 1). But ~there is a natural 432 2, 41 | stated above (Q[40], A[4], ~ad 1). But there is a hope 433 2, 42 | stated above (Q[41], A[4], ad 2,3), shame is not fear 434 2, 42 | fear already alluded to ~(ad 2) a man's present fear 435 2, 44 | downwards, as stated above (ad ~1): wherefore fear hinders 436 2, 46 | as stated above ~(A[4], ad 3).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[46] 437 2, 46 | As stated above (A[4], ad 2), anger, though it follows 438 2, 47 | observes (Hom. xxii, in Ep. ~ad Rom.). But by holding his 439 2, 48 | OBJ 3: As stated above (ad 1), the movement of anger 440 2, 49 | as Augustine says (Gen. ad lit. iv, ~3), "is that which 441 2, 49 | as stated above (A[1], ~ad 3). Wherefore a man is not 442 2, 49 | we have said above (A[1], ad ~3). Wherefore, since there 443 2, 50 | explained above (Q[49], A[2], ad 1), the ~adjustment of the 444 2, 50 | in the FP, Q[77], A[1], ad 5. Therefore habit is not 445 2, 50 | possible" [*FP, Q[79], ~A[2], ad 2] intellect for all men, 446 2, 51 | possible" [*See FP, Q[79], A[2] ad 2] ~intellect itself; the 447 2, 53 | stated above (Q[50], A[3], ad 3). Consequently the habit 448 2, 53 | explained above (Q[49], A[2], ad 3; Q[50], A[1]). ~But passion-like 449 2, 54 | 18], A[6]; Q[19], ~A[2], ad 1; Q[34], A[4]).~Aquin.: 450 2, 54 | further on (Q[57], A[6], ad 4; SS, ~Q[48]).~Aquin.: 451 2, 55 | the same ~sense as above (ad 1); that is to say, because 452 2, 56 | said above (Q[50], ~A[4], ad 3).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[56] 453 2, 57 | as stated above (A[2], ad 3), so it is with ~art: 454 2, 57 | we have said above (A[2], ad ~2) that science depends 455 2, 57 | shall speak further on ~(ad 3).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[57] 456 2, 58 | we have ~said about art (ad 1).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[58] 457 2, 59 | as stated above (A[1], ad 2). Wherefore ~moderated 458 2, 60 | stated above (Q[59], A[4], ad 1).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[60] 459 2, 61 | stated above ~(Q[58], A[3], ad 3). Hence they should properly 460 2, 62 | stated above (Q[54], A[2], ad 1), habits are ~specifically 461 2, 62 | 27], A[4]; Q[28], A[6], ad 2; Q[41], ~A[2], ad 1). 462 2, 62 | 6], ad 2; Q[41], ~A[2], ad 1). If, however, it be understood 463 2, 62 | as stated ~above (A[2], ad 3). Now hope is a kind of 464 2, 63 | shown above (Q[55], A[4], ad 2). But that which accords 465 2, 65 | 9], A[1]; Q[58], ~A[5], ad 1).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[65] 466 2, 65 | made," as stated above (ad 3). Consequently the lack 467 2, 67 | A[7]; FP, Q[85], A[1], ad 5, cease as soon as the 468 2, 67 | Augustine declares (Gen. ~ad lit. xii, 35); and for the 469 2, 67 | the reason ~already given (ad 2). Yet hunger and thirst 470 2, 69 | as stated above (A[1], ad 1). ~Now some of the gifts, 471 2, 70 | stated above (Q[69], ~A[1], ad 1). But the gifts perfect 472 2, 70 | already stated (Q[69], A[1], ad 1).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[70] 473 2, 70 | as stated above (A[3], ad ~4), the Apostle did not 474 2, 71 | stated above (Q[63], A[2], ~ad 2). But if we compare the 475 2, 72 | as stated above (A[1], ad 1). ~Therefore they are 476 2, 72 | Cf. SS, Q[119], A[1], ad 1] ~in taking what one ought 477 2, 73 | stated above (Q[72], A[3], ad 2); and consequently the 478 2, 73 | stated above (Q[72], A[3], ad 2). Now the ~form of a moral 479 2, 74 | as stated above (A[3], ad 3), mortal sin can be ~there 480 2, 74 | to mortal sin, as stated (ad 1).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[74] 481 2, 74 | from what has been said (ad ~1).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[74] 482 2, 75 | we have said above (A[1], ad 3) that the cause of sin 483 2, 76 | stated above (Q[71], A[6], ad 1), when we say that sin ~ 484 2, 76 | implies, as stated above (ad 2). It ~might also be said 485 2, 77 | as stated above (A[4], ad 3). But nothing is mentioned 486 2, 77 | as stated above (A[6], ad 1): hence the ~argument 487 2, 78 | explained above (Q[75], A[4], ad 3).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[78] 488 2, 79 | in the FP, Q[23], A[5], ad 3.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[79] 489 2, 80 | the FP, Q[111], AA[2],3, ad 2, the devil cannot ~impress 490 2, 80 | 2]; FP, Q[111], AA[2],3, ad 2. ~Therefore the devil 491 2, 81 | his letter to Avitus [*Ep. ad ~Auxilium ccl.], children 492 2, 81 | Augustine states (Gen. ad lit. x, 18, seqq.).~Aquin.: 493 2, 81 | is St. ~Augustine's (Gen. ad lit. x). Cf. Summa Theologica 494 2, 81 | the FP, Q[97], AA[1], 2, ad 4, immortality and impassibility, ~ 495 2, 82 | stated above (Q[25], A[2], ad 1). Therefore original sin 496 2, 84 | times before (Q[1], A[1], ad 1; Q[18], ~A[7], ad 2; Q[ 497 2, 84 | 1], ad 1; Q[18], ~A[7], ad 2; Q[15], A[1], ad 2; Q[ 498 2, 84 | A[7], ad 2; Q[15], A[1], ad 2; Q[25], A[2]). Now man' 499 2, 85 | stated above (Q[82], A[3], ad 1), concupiscence is ~natural 500 2, 86 | as stated above (A[1], ad 3). But the shadow does


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