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1 1, 2 | existence. Now the names given to God are derived from 2 1, 10 | the definition of eternity given by Boethius (De ~Consol. 3 1, 12 | intellect ~naturally, but is given to it by the light of glory, 4 1, 12 | things by diverse ideas given them, the angels do not 5 1, 12 | applies to the ~knowledge given by grace. For Dionysius 6 1, 12 | Therefore there is not given to us a more excellent knowledge 7 1, 12 | thus through the revelation given by the images a fuller ~ 8 1, 13 | 1~Whether a name can be given to God?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 9 1, 13 | seems that no name can be given to God. For Dionysius says ~( 10 1, 13 | compound things; whereas names ~given to signify simple forms, 11 1, 13 | many opinions have been given. For some have ~said that 12 1, 13 | withheld from it rather than given to it. But all such names 13 1, 13 | truly withheld from God than given ~to Him; as appears from 14 1, 13 | according to the words, "He hath given us great [Vulg.: 'most ~ 15 1, 13 | explained. But ~other names given to God from His operations 16 1, 13 | whole ~signification can be given to many; by similitude it 17 1, 13 | nature of the species. So, given the idea ~of a species, 18 1, 13 | compound things ~as to names given to us to signify simple 19 1, 13 | then, this name "God" is given to signify the divine nature 20 1, 13 | 3/3~But if any name were given to signify God not as to 21 1, 13 | But ~this name "God" is given to God from His own proper 22 1, 14 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, given the cause, the effect follows. 23 1, 16 | And thus the Objections given are solved.~Aquin.: SMT 24 1, 18 | said of life. The name is given from a certain ~external 25 1, 20 | when some good is to be given to him by divine goodness. 26 1, 20 | time, when there is to be given by the divine will to ~the 27 1, 21 | Apostle says: "Who hath first ~given to Him, and recompense shall 28 1, 21 | so far as perfections are given to things in ~proportion, 29 1, 21 | in so far as ~perfections given to things by God expel defects, 30 1, 22 | as a merit; and there is given it accordingly ~something 31 1, 23 | know the things that are given us from God." ~Therefore 32 1, 23 | mission of someone to ~a given end; thus, destination can 33 1, 23 | unjust that unequal things be given to equals. But all men are 34 1, 23 | gratuitously. In things ~which are given gratuitously, a person can 35 1, 25 | account of something already given him ~gratuitously by God. 36 1, 25 | the most beautiful order given to things by God; ~in which 37 1, 29 | the definition of person given by Boethius (De ~Duab. Nat.) 38 1, 29 | definition of "person," as given above, ~does not apply to 39 1, 29 | tragedies, the name "person" was given to signify those who ~held 40 1, 29 | definition of person is given as ~"hypostasis distinct 41 1, 30 | appears from ~the definition given by Richard of St. Victor ( 42 1, 30 | species, as man or animal, are given to ~signify the common natures 43 1, 30 | this name "person" is not given to signify the ~individual 44 1, 31 | absolutely its meaning to a given "suppositum"; as, for ~instance, " 45 1, 31 | 2~The same Reply can be given to OBJ 2. For an essential 46 1, 32 | necessary reason can be given, it follows that the trinity ~ 47 1, 38 | that "the Holy Ghost is so given as God's Gift, that He also 48 1, 38 | regards him to whom it is given, and as regards him by ~ 49 1, 38 | regards him by ~whom it is given. Therefore "Gift" is not 50 1, 38 | imports an aptitude for being given. And ~what is given has 51 1, 38 | being given. And ~what is given has an aptitude or relation 52 1, 38 | to that ~to which it is given. For it would not be given 53 1, 38 | given. For it would not be given by anyone, unless it was ~ 54 1, 38 | his to give; and it is given to someone to be his. Now 55 1, 38 | nothing: hence this must be ~given it from above; for that 56 1, 38 | for that is said to be given to us which we have ~from 57 1, 38 | a divine person can "be given," and can be a ~"gift."~ 58 1, 38 | as the one to whom it is given. The ~Holy Ghost gives Himself 59 1, 38 | regards the one to whom it ~is given, it implies a free use, 60 1, 38 | called from being actually given, but from ~its aptitude 61 1, 38 | from ~its aptitude to be given. Hence the divine person 62 1, 38 | eternity, although He is given in time. Nor does it follow 63 1, 38 | name Gift comes from being given. But, as Is. 9:16 says: " 64 1, 38 | i.e. a thing which is not ~given with the intention of a 65 1, 38 | which all free gifts are given. So since the ~Holy Ghost 66 1, 38 | although the Son, too, is given. For that the Son is given ~ 67 1, 38 | given. For that the Son is given ~is from the Father's love, 68 1, 38 | OBJ 3: Before a gift is given, it belongs only to the 69 1, 38 | the giver; but ~when it is given, it is his to whom it is 70 1, 38 | it is his to whom it is given. Therefore, because ~"Gift" 71 1, 38 | When, however, it has been given, then ~it is the spirit 72 1, 39 | the Holy Ghost; because given the Holy ~Ghost, we find 73 1, 41 | God, but of created wisdom given by God ~to creatures: for 74 1, 41 | this four reasons may be given.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[41] A[ 75 1, 42 | action is successive. So, given that an agent, as soon as 76 1, 42 | to Whom the same being is given"; and (De Synod.): "The ~ 77 1, 43 | in something else, and is given that it may be possessed; 78 1, 43 | person means that He is given. Hence if the divine person 79 1, 43 | person ~Himself will not be given, but only His gifts; and 80 1, 43 | that the Holy Ghost is not given, but that His gifts are ~ 81 1, 43 | but that His gifts are ~given.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 82 1, 43 | the Holy Ghost, Who ~is given to us." Therefore it is 83 1, 43 | that the Holy Ghost was given to the ~apostles for the 84 1, 43 | the divine person is ~not given only according to the gift 85 1, 43 | newly in any one; and He is given as possessed by anyone; 86 1, 43 | the Holy ~Ghost Himself is given and sent.~Aquin.: SMT FP 87 1, 43 | divine ~person Himself is given.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 88 1, 43 | that the Holy Ghost is ~given according to the gift of 89 1, 43 | Holy Ghost is said to be given to the apostles for the ~ 90 1, 43 | because sanctifying grace was given to them with the ~outward 91 1, 43 | only of sanctifying grace given to them ~without the grace 92 1, 43 | that the Holy Ghost ~was given, except with some qualifying 93 1, 43 | that the divine person is given. But the ~Father gives Himself 94 1, 43 | giver as regards what ~is given, "to be given" only applies 95 1, 43 | regards what ~is given, "to be given" only applies in God to 96 1, 43 | The Spirit was not yet given, because Jesus was not yet ~ 97 1, 43 | the ~Spirit was not yet given," are to be applied to that 98 1, 43 | issuing forth when the law was given on the mountain. For the ~ 99 1, 43 | manifestation of the Spirit is given to every man unto ~profit" - 100 1, 43 | persons were, however, ~given to the Fathers of the Old 101 1, 43 | then the Holy Ghost may be given by a man, although He proceeds ~ 102 1, 44 | Himself, sometimes the ~powers given to things themselves; but 103 1, 45 | said that the forms were given or caused by a separate ~ 104 1, 46 | Hence this reason which is given by Aristotle (De Coelo i, 105 1, 46 | it is necessary that any given moment in ~movement be a 106 1, 46 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 10: Given the action, the effect follows 107 1, 46 | founded on the idea that, given two extremes, there is an 108 1, 46 | of which matters will be given later (Q[75], ~A[2]; Q[118], 109 1, 46 | before any one point in a ~given movement - that is, whilst 110 1, 48 | clear ~from the explanation given.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[48] A[ 111 1, 50 | Reply OBJ 2: This reason is given in the book on the Fount 112 1, 57 | according to Ps. 90:11: "He hath given His angels ~charge over 113 1, 60 | by the Holy Spirit Who is given to them," as Augustine ~ 114 1, 62 | fitting for grace to be given straightway ~with nature. ~( 115 1, 62 | conclusions, according to given principles; but for it to 116 1, 65 | the work of creation, as given in ~the words, "In the beginning 117 1, 65 | work of ~distinction as given in the words, "He divided 118 1, 65 | of their conversion, were given an higher or a ~lower rank, 119 1, 66 | day: whereas the reason given by Basil ~is that otherwise 120 1, 66 | But ~the enumeration above given is that of other holy writers, 121 1, 68 | any one ~of the opinions given above, that the substantial 122 1, 68 | supposed different from that given by Aristotle, that is to 123 1, 68 | According to the third opinion given, the waters above the ~firmament 124 1, 69 | 5: Further, the earth is given its name at its first creation 125 1, 69 | different interpretations given by Augustine and other ~ 126 1, 70 | 1~Reply OBJ 4: Light was given to the earth for the service 127 1, 71 | in the power originally given to ~the elements of producing 128 1, 71 | production of these animals is given ~has reference to the order 129 1, 74 | another explanation must be given; and therefore Basil says ( 130 1, 74 | however, could not have been given before creatures had ~been 131 1, 74 | above three reasons are given by ~Rabbi Moses [*Perplex. 132 1, 74 | the life of the soul ~is given by the water of baptism, 133 1, 74 | assigned above are those given by ~Basil (Hom. ii in Hexaem.).~ 134 1, 75 | nature of the knower; but given a thing which knows potentially, ~ 135 1, 75 | individuals contained under a given species, must belong to 136 1, 76 | other explanation than that given by ~Aristotle - namely, 137 1, 77 | understood in the ~sense given above, inasmuch as they 138 1, 77 | OBJ 1: The species of a given genus are to one another 139 1, 77 | 4), "If an old man were given the eye of a young man, 140 1, 38 | that "the Holy Ghost is so given as God's Gift, that He also 141 1, 38 | regards him to whom it is given, and as regards him by ~ 142 1, 38 | regards him by ~whom it is given. Therefore "Gift" is not 143 1, 38 | imports an aptitude for being given. And ~what is given has 144 1, 38 | being given. And ~what is given has an aptitude or relation 145 1, 38 | to that ~to which it is given. For it would not be given 146 1, 38 | given. For it would not be given by anyone, unless it was ~ 147 1, 38 | his to give; and it is given to someone to be his. Now 148 1, 38 | nothing: hence this must be ~given it from above; for that 149 1, 38 | for that is said to be given to us which we have ~from 150 1, 38 | a divine person can "be given," and can be a ~"gift."~ 151 1, 38 | as the one to whom it is given. The ~Holy Ghost gives Himself 152 1, 38 | regards the one to whom it ~is given, it implies a free use, 153 1, 38 | called from being actually given, but from ~its aptitude 154 1, 38 | from ~its aptitude to be given. Hence the divine person 155 1, 38 | eternity, although He is given in time. Nor does it follow 156 1, 38 | name Gift comes from being given. But, as Is. 9:16 says: " 157 1, 38 | i.e. a thing which is not ~given with the intention of a 158 1, 38 | which all free gifts are given. So since the ~Holy Ghost 159 1, 38 | although the Son, too, is given. For that the Son is given ~ 160 1, 38 | given. For that the Son is given ~is from the Father's love, 161 1, 38 | OBJ 3: Before a gift is given, it belongs only to the 162 1, 38 | the giver; but ~when it is given, it is his to whom it is 163 1, 38 | it is his to whom it is given. Therefore, because ~"Gift" 164 1, 38 | When, however, it has been given, then ~it is the spirit 165 1, 39 | the Holy Ghost; because given the Holy ~Ghost, we find 166 1, 41 | God, but of created wisdom given by God ~to creatures: for 167 1, 41 | this four reasons may be given.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[41] A[ 168 1, 42 | action is successive. So, given that an agent, as soon as 169 1, 42 | to Whom the same being is given"; and (De Synod.): "The ~ 170 1, 43 | in something else, and is given that it may be possessed; 171 1, 43 | person means that He is given. Hence if the divine person 172 1, 43 | person ~Himself will not be given, but only His gifts; and 173 1, 43 | that the Holy Ghost is not given, but that His gifts are ~ 174 1, 43 | but that His gifts are ~given.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 175 1, 43 | the Holy Ghost, Who ~is given to us." Therefore it is 176 1, 43 | that the Holy Ghost was given to the ~apostles for the 177 1, 43 | the divine person is ~not given only according to the gift 178 1, 43 | newly in any one; and He is given as possessed by anyone; 179 1, 43 | the Holy ~Ghost Himself is given and sent.~Aquin.: SMT FP 180 1, 43 | divine ~person Himself is given.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 181 1, 43 | that the Holy Ghost is ~given according to the gift of 182 1, 43 | Holy Ghost is said to be given to the apostles for the ~ 183 1, 43 | because sanctifying grace was given to them with the ~outward 184 1, 43 | only of sanctifying grace given to them ~without the grace 185 1, 43 | that the Holy Ghost ~was given, except with some qualifying 186 1, 43 | that the divine person is given. But the ~Father gives Himself 187 1, 43 | giver as regards what ~is given, "to be given" only applies 188 1, 43 | regards what ~is given, "to be given" only applies in God to 189 1, 43 | The Spirit was not yet given, because Jesus was not yet ~ 190 1, 43 | the ~Spirit was not yet given," are to be applied to that 191 1, 43 | issuing forth when the law was given on the mountain. For the ~ 192 1, 43 | manifestation of the Spirit is given to every man unto ~profit" - 193 1, 43 | persons were, however, ~given to the Fathers of the Old 194 1, 43 | then the Holy Ghost may be given by a man, although He proceeds ~ 195 1, 45 | Himself, sometimes the ~powers given to things themselves; but 196 1, 46 | said that the forms were given or caused by a separate ~ 197 1, 47 | Hence this reason which is given by Aristotle (De Coelo i, 198 1, 47 | it is necessary that any given moment in ~movement be a 199 1, 47 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 10: Given the action, the effect follows 200 1, 47 | founded on the idea that, given two extremes, there is an 201 1, 47 | of which matters will be given later (Q[75], ~A[2]; Q[118], 202 1, 47 | before any one point in a ~given movement - that is, whilst 203 1, 49 | clear ~from the explanation given.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[48] A[ 204 1, 51 | Reply OBJ 2: This reason is given in the book on the Fount 205 1, 58 | according to Ps. 90:11: "He hath given His angels ~charge over 206 1, 61 | by the Holy Spirit Who is given to them," as Augustine ~ 207 1, 63 | fitting for grace to be given straightway ~with nature. ~( 208 1, 63 | conclusions, according to given principles; but for it to 209 1, 66 | the work of creation, as given in ~the words, "In the beginning 210 1, 66 | work of ~distinction as given in the words, "He divided 211 1, 66 | of their conversion, were given an higher or a ~lower rank, 212 1, 67 | day: whereas the reason given by Basil ~is that otherwise 213 1, 67 | But ~the enumeration above given is that of other holy writers, 214 1, 69 | any one ~of the opinions given above, that the substantial 215 1, 69 | supposed different from that given by Aristotle, that is to 216 1, 69 | According to the third opinion given, the waters above the ~firmament 217 1, 70 | 5: Further, the earth is given its name at its first creation 218 1, 70 | different interpretations given by Augustine and other ~ 219 1, 71 | 1~Reply OBJ 4: Light was given to the earth for the service 220 1, 71 | in the power originally given to ~the elements of producing 221 1, 71 | production of these animals is given ~has reference to the order 222 1, 73 | another explanation must be given; and therefore Basil says ( 223 1, 73 | however, could not have been given before creatures had ~been 224 1, 73 | above three reasons are given by ~Rabbi Moses [*Perplex. 225 1, 73 | the life of the soul ~is given by the water of baptism, 226 1, 73 | assigned above are those given by ~Basil (Hom. ii in Hexaem.).~ 227 1, 74 | nature of the knower; but given a thing which knows potentially, ~ 228 1, 74 | individuals contained under a given species, must belong to 229 1, 75 | other explanation than that given by ~Aristotle - namely, 230 1, 76 | understood in the ~sense given above, inasmuch as they 231 1, 76 | OBJ 1: The species of a given genus are to one another 232 1, 76 | 4), "If an old man were given the eye of a young man, 233 1, 78 | Passive intellect" is the name given by some to the ~sensitive 234 1, 78 | OBJ 4: That distinction given by Damascene is according 235 1, 78 | Reply OBJ 1: The division given by Jerome is taken from 236 1, 78 | sometimes the name conscience is given ~to the first natural habit - 237 1, 82 | obeys the reason, yet in a given case can resist by ~desiring 238 1, 83 | substance, just as a subject is ~given in order to be informed 239 1, 90 | Whether the body of man was given an apt disposition?~Aquin.: 240 1, 90 | the body of man was not given an apt ~disposition. For 241 1, 90 | because the senses are given to man, not only for the 242 1, 92 | new man." Whence we are given to ~understand that our 243 1, 93 | present state of life is given to man in order that ~his 244 1, 93 | not different from ~those given by nature.~Aquin.: SMT FP 245 1, 94 | man was ~created he was given sufficient help to stand, 246 1, 94 | than ours are. For grace is given to us through the mercy 247 1, 95 | command. But a command is ~not given rightly save to a rational 248 1, 95 | that trees and herbs were given as food to all animals and ~ 249 1, 95 | animals, since fowls are given ~by men as food to the trained 250 1, 96 | of a supernatural force given by God to the soul, whereby 251 1, 96 | to the explanation above given.~ 252 1, 99 | righteousness through the beatitude ~given by the clear vision of God; 253 1, 103 | creature, since being is not given to ~that which already is: 254 1, 103 | the form of a creature, ~given the influence of the Divine 255 1, 103 | diaphanous nature of the air, given the action of the sun. Wherefore 256 1, 103 | another. But it ~cannot be given to a creature to preserve 257 1, 103 | less therefore can ~it be given to a creature to preserve 258 1, 103 | Apostle, "To each one is given the manifestation of the 259 1, 103 | some things, however, is given a ~determinate power of 260 1, 104 | the power to understand is given to the ~one who understands.~ 261 1, 104 | since the order of nature is given to things by God; if He 262 1, 105 | least of all the saints is given this grace . . . to enlighten ~ 263 1, 107 | by the ~Holy Ghost Who is given to us" (Rm. 5:5): "which 264 1, 107 | forasmuch as to the angels are given gratuitous gifts according 265 1, 107 | this ~name ought not to be given to any other order than 266 1, 107 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Grace is given to the angels in proportion 267 1, 108 | The name "Seraphim" is given from the ardor of charity; 268 1, 108 | therefore ~these names are not given to the angels who sinned.~ 269 1, 111 | contemplation; because ~given two actions, one of which 270 1, 111 | A twofold reason may be given in assigning the number 271 1, 111 | hundred thousand," we are given to understand that ~the 272 1, 112 | be negligent if men are given to their guardianship. But ~ 273 1, 112 | written (Ps. 90:11): "He hath given His angels ~charge over 274 1, 112 | But angel ~guardians are given to men also as regards invisible 275 1, 114 | subject to their action. For given a sufficient cause, the 276 1, 114 | has a cause; and that, given the ~cause, the effect follows 277 1, 114 | place it is not true that, given any cause whatever, ~the 278 1, 115 | effect has a cause, and given a cause the effect must 279 1, 116 | least of ~all the saints, is given this grace . . . to enlighten 280 1, 118 | which, they ~said, was given that form at the very beginning 281 2, 1 | numbers are infinite, since, given any number, the reason ~ 282 2, 2 | in honor. For ~honor is given to a man on account of some 283 2, 2 | four general reasons may be given to prove that happiness 284 2, 2 | steer its course, so man is given ~over to his will and reason; 285 2, 4 | very fact that a reward is given to anyone, the ~will of 286 2, 5 | 9). But equal reward is given for all the works of virtue; 287 2, 5 | of eternal life which is given according to merit, is Happiness 288 2, 5 | sanctifying grace, which is not given on account of ~previous 289 2, 5 | definition of Happiness given by some - "Happy is the ~ 290 2, 6 | known: thus in the example given ~(OBJ 3) a man did indeed 291 2, 11 | Christ. i, 22) that "it is given to us men to enjoy and ~ 292 2, 13 | comparison, whereby one is given preference to ~another. 293 2, 14 | matters. But counsel is given in ~matters that are certainly 294 2, 14 | such ~things counsel may be given.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[14] A[ 295 2, 14 | be done, for the reason given above.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 296 2, 15 | that to which assent is given. But "consentire" [to consent] 297 2, 15 | approval, consent has been ~given to each: but after approving 298 2, 15 | approving of many, we have given our preference ~to one by 299 2, 15 | final decision ~has not been given. Now it is evident that 300 2, 17 | impulse to operation is given by command. ~Therefore command 301 2, 17 | to which the command is given: for it naturally ~precedes 302 2, 17 | sometimes the command is given, and ~the commanded act 303 2, 19 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Given that the act of the will 304 2, 19 | follow; so in moral matters, given one absurdity, ~others must 305 2, 19 | is evident in the example given ~above: because the judge 306 2, 19 | materially, for the reason given ~above.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 307 2, 20 | unless it be such that, given the opportunity, it realizes 308 2, 21 | reward of his hands shall be given him."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[21] 309 2, 25 | which is moved: since it is given to animals, for the purposed 310 2, 26 | appetites, the name "love" is given to the ~principle movement 311 2, 29 | character of universality is given ~by abstraction.~Aquin.: 312 2, 40 | division of the possible given in Metaph. v, 12, i.e. ~ 313 2, 41 | Those species of sorrow given above are not derived from ~ 314 2, 46 | that, The species of anger given by Damascene and Gregory 315 2, 49 | so neither does habit. Given, ~therefore, the powers, 316 2, 50 | separate, as ran the argument, given above. But the ~argument 317 2, 51 | among other habits, place is given to ~understanding of first 318 2, 51 | the remedies of ~medicine given to a man who is naturally 319 2, 52 | the name of health were given to the most ~perfect measure, 320 2, 52 | This same explanation is given by Aristotle in the Predicaments ~( 321 2, 52 | says: "Things which are given the nature of a triangle ~ 322 2, 55 | the definition, usually given, of virtue, is ~not suitable, 323 2, 56 | from the definition, above ~given, of virtue (Q[55], A[4]). 324 2, 57 | consequence is that more praise is given to a craftsman ~who is at 325 2, 58 | definitions, by whomsoever given, were based on ~the Socratic 326 2, 60 | passions, for the ~reason given above.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 327 2, 61 | special commendation is given to that general condition 328 2, 61 | virtues in the first ~sense given above. It may also be said 329 2, 65 | For this two ~reasons are given, corresponding to the different 330 2, 65 | by the Holy Ghost Who is given to us." Therefore it is ~ 331 2, 66 | gift of ~grace, which is given to each one "according to 332 2, 66 | of you [Vulg.: 'us'] is ~given grace according to the measure 333 2, 66 | which is the distinction given by Augustine (De Trin. xii, 334 2, 67 | for the reason ~already given (ad 2). Yet hunger and thirst 335 2, 68 | said that the virtues are ~given us that we may do good works, 336 2, 68 | said that the virtues are ~given simply that we may do good 337 2, 68 | which words we are ~clearly given to understand that these 338 2, 68 | be ~defined as something given by God in relation to His 339 2, 68 | for the ~reason already given.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[68] A[ 340 2, 68 | promptings, are said to be given as ~remedies to these defects.~ 341 2, 68 | by the Spirit, is given the word of ~wisdom, and 342 2, 68 | gifts of the Holy Ghost are given to divers ~men, and are 343 2, 68 | by the Holy Ghost, Who is given to us," even as our ~reason 344 2, 68 | Therefore piety, which is given the last place but one, 345 2, 68 | and yet the latter is given the precedence. Therefore 346 2, 68 | wisdom and understanding are ~given the preference to the others, 347 2, 68 | reason of their matter, are given the preference to ~knowledge 348 2, 69 | rewards, for the reason given ~above. Because to "see 349 2, 69 | things. Therefore, once given the kingdom of heaven, no ~ 350 2, 70 | wherein the Holy Ghost is given in a special manner, as ~ 351 2, 70 | the Holy ~Ghost, Who is given to us." The necessary result 352 2, 70 | charity and joy, "peace" is ~given the third place. In evil 353 2, 70 | Spirit, the first place is given ~to charity, joy, and peace: 354 2, 72 | distinctions of sins are given, not as distinct ~species 355 2, 72 | stage, ~"when consent is given to the deed." Now these 356 2, 74 | But sometimes consent is ~given to an act, without consulting 357 2, 74 | thing to which ~consent is given. For just as the speculative 358 2, 74 | the consent is finally ~given to a thing is due to the 359 2, 74 | thing to ~which consent is given be evil. Now "the cause 360 2, 74 | sin before the consent is given, is ~accidental, viz. on 361 2, 74 | deliberate consent has been given, so that ~therefore it has 362 2, 75 | always be sinning, since given the cause, the effect follows.~ 363 2, 75 | that the act of the will, given the conditions ~we have 364 2, 77 | thing, less attention is given to another. In ~this way, 365 2, 84 | therefrom, for the reason ~given.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[84] A[ 366 2, 84 | thus the ~name "capital" is given to a sin for which capital 367 2, 85 | deprives us of grace which ~is given to us that we may regulate 368 2, 87 | to Ps. 59:6: "Thou hast given a ~warning to them that 369 2, 87 | ii, 3). But ~a man is not given medicine after being cured 370 2, 87 | Nevertheless ~because thou hast given occasion to the enemies 371 2, 87 | and to remove the scandal given ~to others, so that those 372 2, 89 | inordinate end, for the reason given above.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 373 2, 90 | in this way commands are ~given even concerning particular 374 2, 91 | directed to his end by a law given by God.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 375 2, 91 | his proper acts by a law given by God, for it is ~certain 376 2, 91 | Hence the additional ~law given by God, whereby man shares 377 2, 91 | natural law, for the ~reasons given above: but there is need 378 2, 91 | is no other name . . . ~given to men, whereby we must 379 2, 91 | to salvation could not be given until after the coming of 380 2, 92 | make those to whom it is given, good, either simply or 381 2, 92 | exists. And since law is given for the purpose of ~directing 382 2, 94 | written law is said to be given for the correction of ~the 383 2, 95 | have, ~to whom nature has given sufficiency of clothing 384 2, 98 | angels?~(4) Whether it was given to all?~(5) Whether it was 385 2, 98 | all?~(6) Whether it was given at a suitable time?~Aquin.: 386 2, 98 | Jn. 1:17), the law was given "by Moses, grace and truth ~ 387 2, 98 | Hence this occasion was not given to men, ~but taken by them. 388 2, 98 | Jews, to ~whom the Law was given: "You have made void the 389 2, 98 | answer that, The Old Law was given by the good God, Who is 390 2, 98 | Therefore the Old Law was given by the same God, from Whom ~ 391 2, 98 | too, precepts that are ~given to children are perfect 392 2, 98 | those ~to whom they are given, although they are not perfect 393 2, 98 | Whether the Old Law was given through the angels?~Aquin.: 394 2, 98 | that the Old Law was not given through the angels, but ~ 395 2, 98 | is related to have been given by the Lord: for it is written ( 396 2, 98 | Law. Therefore the Law was given by God ~immediately.~Aquin.: 397 2, 98 | to Jn. 1:17, "the Law was given by Moses." But ~Moses received 398 2, 98 | Therefore the Old Law was given by God immediately.~Aquin.: 399 2, 98 | not meet for the Law to be given ~through the angels, since 400 2, 98 | 3:19) that the Law was "given ~[Vulg.: 'ordained'] by 401 2, 98 | answer that, The Law was given by God through the angels. 402 2, 98 | besides ~the general reason given by Dionysius (Coel. Hier. 403 2, 98 | Old Law should have been given through them. For ~it has 404 2, 98 | New Testament should be given by the incarnate God immediately; 405 2, 98 | that ~the Old Law should be given to men by the ministers 406 2, 98 | Old Law should have been given to the Jews alone?~Aquin.: 407 2, 98 | Law should not have been given to the ~Jews alone. For 408 2, 98 | of Israel. Behold I have given thee to ~be the light of 409 2, 98 | Old Law should have been ~given to all nations, and not 410 2, 98 | 3: Further, the law was given through the angels, as stated 411 2, 98 | Therefore He should have given the Law also to all peoples.~ 412 2, 98 | reason for the Law being given ~to the Jews rather than 413 2, 98 | a holy thing should be given to dogs.~Aquin.: SMT FS 414 2, 98 | but the real reason is given in the ~preceding verse: " 415 2, 98 | thereof; a ~fitting answer is given by Augustine (Tract. super 416 2, 98 | those things which are ~given according to due; but it 417 2, 98 | law. ~But the Old Law was given by God, Who is "King of 418 2, 98 | stated above (A[4]), was ~given to the Jewish people, that 419 2, 98 | the Old Law was suitably given at the time of Moses?~Aquin.: 420 2, 98 | Old Law was not suitably given at the time ~of Moses. Because 421 2, 98 | the Law should ~have been given immediately after sin.~Aquin.: 422 2, 98 | Further, the Old Law was given for the sanctification of 423 2, 98 | the Law should have been given at once at the time of ~ 424 2, 98 | Old Law should ~have been given after David, just as it 425 2, 98 | after David, just as it was given after Abraham.~Aquin.: SMT 426 2, 98 | Mediator": ~ordained, i.e. "given in orderly fashion," as 427 2, 98 | that the Old Law should be given in this order ~of time.~ 428 2, 98 | fitting for the Law to be given at the time ~of Moses. The 429 2, 98 | fitting that the Law should be given at such a time as would 430 2, 98 | for a written law to be given as a remedy for human ~ignorance: 431 2, 98 | to good men, the Law was given to them as a help; which 432 2, 98 | that the Old Law should be given between the law of nature 433 2, 98 | fitting for the Old Law to be given at once ~after the sin of 434 2, 98 | OBJ 2: A law should not be given save to the people, since 435 2, 98 | fitting that ~they should be given a law; for "slaves are not 436 2, 98 | Since the Law had to be given to the people, not only ~ 437 2, 98 | David, the Law had to be given to that people as soon ~ 438 2, 99 | accordingly, precepts may be given ~about various things as 439 2, 99 | for by them Thou ~hast given me life." Therefore the 440 2, 99 | Therefore the Law which was ~given by God comprised moral precepts.~ 441 2, 99 | precepts. For every law that is given to man is for the ~purpose 442 2, 99 | it seems that the Old Law given ~to men should not comprise 443 2, 99 | and therefore ~the Old Law given to man contains precepts 444 2, 99 | perfect, wherefore it was given to a people as yet imperfect 445 2, 100 | manner in which they were given;~(8) Whether they are dispensable?~( 446 2, 100 | Himself is said to have given ~the precepts of the decalogue; 447 2, 100 | Nevertheless precepts should be given about worship rather ~than 448 2, 100 | two distinct ~precepts are given: thus there is not one precept 449 2, 100 | reason for this ~precept is given in Ex. 20:11: "In six days 450 2, 100 | precepts of the decalogue were given immediately by God, as ~ 451 2, 100 | neighbor, the first place is given to that one which ~regards 452 2, 100 | order, but that which is given above. Because in the precepts 453 2, 100 | seems that a dispensation is given by men in this precept: ~ 454 2, 100 | anyone, and that ~each one be given his due; for it is in this 455 2, 100 | accordance with the verdict given. Now ~man, the framer of 456 2, 100 | added to ~the decalogue, and given to the people by God through 457 2, 100 | directly on these ~virtues are given, both in the decalogue and 458 2, 100 | there are the order to be given by the commanders in ~the 459 2, 101 | Old ~Law, the Jews were given certain precepts about abstinence 460 2, 101 | their ~being so called was given above (Q[99], A[3]), when 461 2, 101 | precepts of ~the Law were given as figures of something, 462 2, 101 | precepts should not have been ~given in great number.~Aquin.: 463 2, 101 | 96], A[1]), every law is given to a ~people. Now a people 464 2, 101 | thus many remedies are ~given to a sick man, when one 465 2, 102 | cause: because each was given as a ~sign. For it is written ( 466 2, 102 | ceremonial precepts had ~been given merely as figures of things 467 2, 102 | are Thine: and we ~have given Thee what we received of 468 2, 102 | the ~sacrifices were not given to the Jewish people until 469 2, 102 | The ~third place must be given to the peace-offerings of 470 2, 102 | a fire, and the Law was given from the midst of fire; 471 2, 102 | Further, just as animals are given to man for food, so also 472 2, 102 | forbidden to eat the sinews is given in ~Gn. 32:32, where it 473 2, 102 | the ~codices. The solution given here is found in some editions, 474 2, 103 | If there had been a law given which could ~justify [Vulg.: ' 475 2, 103 | literal reasons already given (Q[102]) for the ~ceremonies 476 2, 103 | Pentecost when the Old ~Law was given, to the feast of Pentecost 477 2, 103 | of Pentecost on which was given the Law of ~the living spirit: 478 2, 104 | certain judicial precepts were given to the ~Jewish people, so 479 2, 104 | people, so also were some given to other heathen peoples. 480 2, 104 | But the ~judicial precepts given to other peoples were not 481 2, 104 | judicial precepts that were given to this people ~were more 482 2, 104 | figurative that those which were given to other nations. Thus, ~ 483 2, 104 | Again, ~certain precepts are given in respect of a man to his 484 2, 104 | Lastly, certain precepts ~are given relating to home life: for 485 2, 105 | or kingdom, where one is given the power to preside over ~ 486 2, 105 | he to whom this power ~is given be a very virtuous man: 487 2, 105 | priest: since ~honor was given to them out of reverence 488 2, 105 | OBJ 5: That right was not given to the king by Divine institution: ~ 489 2, 105 | the law concerning things given to be ~kept, that He would 490 2, 105 | Num. 33:53,54): "I have ~given you" the land "for a possession: 491 2, 105 | all other nations were ~given to idolatry: wherefore if 492 2, 105 | at ~once, for the reason given above: but to some, i.e. 493 2, 105 | 13) that they ~should be given provision for the journey.~ 494 2, 105 | servant, who was ordered to be given his liberty: while ~for 495 2, 106 | beginning: should it have been given at the beginning of the ~ 496 2, 106 | the Holy Ghost, which is given through ~faith in Christ. 497 2, 106 | the Holy Ghost, which is given to those who believe in 498 2, 106 | the New Testament, "it is given in an ~inward manner, that 499 2, 106 | and as not using the help given to him. ~And this is why 500 2, 106 | New Law should have been given from the beginning of the ~


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