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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | nothing nobler ~than bodies. Secondly, because this is more befitting 2 1, 3 | that God is not a body. Secondly, because the first ~being 3 1, 3 | composed of matter and form. Secondly, because everything ~composed 4 1, 3 | differ from His essence. Secondly, existence is ~that which 5 1, 3 | any genus as a species. Secondly, since the existence of 6 1, 3 | was shown ~(Q[2], A[3]). Secondly, because God is His own 7 1, 3 | but is altogether ~simple. Secondly, because every composite 8 1, 3 | while the latter is actual. Secondly, ~because, since God is 9 1, 4 | of the divine perfection; secondly of the ~divine goodness.~ 10 1, 4 | as the cause of all." ~Secondly, from what has been already 11 1, 5 | First, goodness in general. Secondly, the ~goodness of God.~Aquin.: 12 1, 5 | which move the agent to act; secondly, the action of ~the agent 13 1, 5 | form whereby it is a being; secondly, we consider in it its ~ 14 1, 6 | constitution of its own being; secondly, in ~respect of any accidents 15 1, 9 | be in any way changeable. Secondly, because ~everything which 16 1, 10 | is, no term ~either way); secondly, because eternity has no 17 1, 11 | comes to mind is being; secondly, that this being is not 18 1, 11 | 11] A[3] Body Para. 2/3~Secondly, this is proved from the 19 1, 12 | created likeness whatever. Secondly, ~because the essence of 20 1, 13 | as is primary matter. ~Secondly, because it would follow 21 1, 13 | 13] A[11] Body Para. 3/4~Secondly, on account of its universality. 22 1, 14 | not consider both at once; secondly, because to discourse thus 23 1, 14 | natural or ~divine thing. Secondly, as regards the manner of 24 1, 16 | for thus it is desirable. Secondly, it is evident from the 25 1, 16 | primarily being itself; secondly, ~it apprehends that it 26 1, 17 | sensible objects proper to it. Secondly, of its own nature, though 27 1, 19 | Para. 3/4~This is shown, secondly, from the character of a 28 1, 19 | salvation He does not will." ~Secondly, they can be understood 29 1, 19 | from producing its effect. Secondly, because if the ~distinction 30 1, 20 | consider the love of God, and secondly His justice and mercy. ~ 31 1, 23 | no one loses his crown: ~secondly, by the merit of grace; 32 1, 25 | to be possible to man. ~Secondly absolutely, on account of 33 1, 25 | the meaning), and ~then secondly with "is," the present will 34 1, 27 | of origin or procession; secondly, the ~relations of origin; 35 1, 32 | hidden" (1 Cor. 2:6,7). Secondly, ~as regards the utility 36 1, 36 | and the Son is ~holy." Secondly, from the proper signification 37 1, 39 | considered ~as a being. Secondly, it is considered as one. 38 1, 40 | other by the ~relations. Secondly: because the distinction 39 1, 40 | as shown above (A[2]); ~secondly, because every hypostasis 40 1, 40 | is ~founded upon an act: secondly, according as it constitutes 41 1, 41 | means ~what is violent; secondly, it means a final cause, 42 1, 42 | to equality and likeness; secondly, with regard to mission. ~ 43 1, 42 | thing is the better it is. Secondly, virtual quantity is ~measured 44 1, 46 | reasons to ~refute them. Secondly, because wherever he speaks 45 1, 47 | distinction of things in general; secondly, of ~the distinction of 46 1, 47 | matter to a higher cause. ~Secondly, because matter is for the 47 1, 47 | generation and corruption. ~Secondly, because, according to this 48 1, 48 | should sometimes fail; ~secondly, because, as Augustine says ( 49 1, 49 | 49] A[3] Body Para. 3/6~Secondly, because the first principle 50 1, 50 | Scripture is called ~angel; secondly, the creature wholly corporeal; 51 1, 50 | belongs to their ~substance; secondly, what belongs to their intellect; 52 1, 51 | comparison with bodies; secondly, of ~the angels in comparison 53 1, 52 | part which is in the east. Secondly, because philosophers do ~ 54 1, 53 | 53] A[1] R.O. 1 Para. 2/2~Secondly, because Aristotle's demonstration 55 1, 54 | his power of knowledge: secondly, into his ~medium of knowledge: 56 1, 54 | not call for much labor." Secondly, ~it may be said that such 57 1, 56 | of ~immaterial things, secondly of things material. Under 58 1, 56 | into the angelic mind; and secondly, so as to subsist in ~their 59 1, 56 | an angel knows ~himself - secondly, by the presence of its 60 1, 57 | There is no ~providence." Secondly, it is also contrary to 61 1, 58 | the habit of ~knowledge; secondly, as "when it possesses the 62 1, 59 | treat of the will itself; secondly, ~of its movement, which 63 1, 60 | as a subsisting good; and secondly ~as an accidental or inherent 64 1, 61 | into natural existence; ~secondly, how they were made perfect 65 1, 62 | 62] A[6] Body Para. 2/2~Secondly, the same is evident on 66 1, 62 | of beatitude is useful. ~Secondly, as the part is useful for 67 1, 63 | to the evil of fault; and secondly, as to the evil of ~punishment. 68 1, 63 | all by ~actual guilt, and secondly by affection. As to guilt, 69 1, 63 | ways: first, by equality; secondly, by ~likeness. He could 70 1, 64 | their ~intellectual nature: secondly, by revelation from the 71 1, 65 | consider the work of creation; secondly, the work ~of distinction; 72 1, 65 | another might be punished. Secondly, ~because it would follow 73 1, 65 | eye for the act of seeing; secondly, that less ~honorable parts 74 1, 66 | creation towards distinction; secondly, the distinction itself. 75 1, 66 | concealed it from view; secondly, that which it derives from ~ 76 1, 67 | work ~of the first day; secondly, the work of the second 77 1, 67 | speak of the air as colored. Secondly, because light produces ~ 78 1, 67 | earth the cause of darkness. Secondly, as to place, for in ~one 79 1, 68 | rounded, or convex, above. ~Secondly, that the waters above the 80 1, 69 | the dry land appeared"; secondly, when "the ~earth brought 81 1, 70 | to each day by ~itself, secondly as to all seven days in 82 1, 70 | work of the fourth day, ~secondly, that of the fifth day, 83 1, 70 | give life to the earth." ~Secondly, as regards the changes 84 1, 73 | degree, in the first works; secondly, because He ~Himself had 85 1, 73 | creatures He has ~made. Secondly, in that after all His works 86 1, 74 | AA[1],4; Q[69], A[1]~). Secondly, some writers hold that 87 1, 74 | command "Let . . . be made"; secondly, their ~being in the angelic 88 1, 75 | of the nature of man, and secondly of his ~origin. Now the 89 1, 75 | the essence of the soul; secondly, ~of what belongs to its 90 1, 75 | hot does not give heat. ~Secondly, because if there be anything 91 1, 75 | for anything subsistent; secondly, for that which subsists, 92 1, 75 | 75] A[5] Body Para. 2/2~Secondly, we may proceed from the 93 1, 76 | because he ~understands. Secondly, because since Socrates 94 1, 76 | 76] A[3] Body Para. 4/6~Secondly, this is proved to be impossible 95 1, 77 | soul; first, in general, secondly, in particular. Under the 96 1, 77 | the ~angels (Q[54], A[3]). Secondly, this may be also shown 97 1, 77 | except by a corporeal organ. Secondly, they may be ~understood 98 1, 77 | caused by an extrinsic agent. Secondly, substantial and accidental 99 1, 39 | considered ~as a being. Secondly, it is considered as one. 100 1, 40 | other by the ~relations. Secondly: because the distinction 101 1, 40 | as shown above (A[2]); ~secondly, because every hypostasis 102 1, 40 | is ~founded upon an act: secondly, according as it constitutes 103 1, 41 | means ~what is violent; secondly, it means a final cause, 104 1, 42 | to equality and likeness; secondly, with regard to mission. ~ 105 1, 42 | thing is the better it is. Secondly, virtual quantity is ~measured 106 1, 47 | reasons to ~refute them. Secondly, because wherever he speaks 107 1, 48 | distinction of things in general; secondly, of ~the distinction of 108 1, 48 | matter to a higher cause. ~Secondly, because matter is for the 109 1, 48 | generation and corruption. ~Secondly, because, according to this 110 1, 49 | should sometimes fail; ~secondly, because, as Augustine says ( 111 1, 50 | 49] A[3] Body Para. 3/6~Secondly, because the first principle 112 1, 51 | Scripture is called ~angel; secondly, the creature wholly corporeal; 113 1, 51 | belongs to their ~substance; secondly, what belongs to their intellect; 114 1, 52 | comparison with bodies; secondly, of ~the angels in comparison 115 1, 53 | part which is in the east. Secondly, because philosophers do ~ 116 1, 54 | 53] A[1] R.O. 1 Para. 2/2~Secondly, because Aristotle's demonstration 117 1, 55 | his power of knowledge: secondly, into his ~medium of knowledge: 118 1, 55 | not call for much labor." Secondly, ~it may be said that such 119 1, 57 | of ~immaterial things, secondly of things material. Under 120 1, 57 | into the angelic mind; and secondly, so as to subsist in ~their 121 1, 57 | an angel knows ~himself - secondly, by the presence of its 122 1, 58 | There is no ~providence." Secondly, it is also contrary to 123 1, 59 | the habit of ~knowledge; secondly, as "when it possesses the 124 1, 60 | treat of the will itself; secondly, ~of its movement, which 125 1, 61 | as a subsisting good; and secondly ~as an accidental or inherent 126 1, 62 | into natural existence; ~secondly, how they were made perfect 127 1, 63 | 62] A[6] Body Para. 2/2~Secondly, the same is evident on 128 1, 63 | of beatitude is useful. ~Secondly, as the part is useful for 129 1, 64 | to the evil of fault; and secondly, as to the evil of ~punishment. 130 1, 64 | all by ~actual guilt, and secondly by affection. As to guilt, 131 1, 64 | ways: first, by equality; secondly, by ~likeness. He could 132 1, 65 | their ~intellectual nature: secondly, by revelation from the 133 1, 66 | consider the work of creation; secondly, the work ~of distinction; 134 1, 66 | another might be punished. Secondly, ~because it would follow 135 1, 66 | eye for the act of seeing; secondly, that less ~honorable parts 136 1, 67 | creation towards distinction; secondly, the distinction itself. 137 1, 67 | concealed it from view; secondly, that which it derives from ~ 138 1, 68 | work ~of the first day; secondly, the work of the second 139 1, 68 | speak of the air as colored. Secondly, because light produces ~ 140 1, 68 | earth the cause of darkness. Secondly, as to place, for in ~one 141 1, 69 | rounded, or convex, above. ~Secondly, that the waters above the 142 1, 70 | the dry land appeared"; secondly, when "the ~earth brought 143 1, 71 | to each day by ~itself, secondly as to all seven days in 144 1, 71 | work of the fourth day, ~secondly, that of the fifth day, 145 1, 71 | give life to the earth." ~Secondly, as regards the changes 146 1, 72 | degree, in the first works; secondly, because He ~Himself had 147 1, 72 | creatures He has ~made. Secondly, in that after all His works 148 1, 73 | AA[1],4; Q[69], A[1]~). Secondly, some writers hold that 149 1, 73 | command "Let . . . be made"; secondly, their ~being in the angelic 150 1, 74 | of the nature of man, and secondly of his ~origin. Now the 151 1, 74 | the essence of the soul; secondly, ~of what belongs to its 152 1, 74 | hot does not give heat. ~Secondly, because if there be anything 153 1, 74 | for anything subsistent; secondly, for that which subsists, 154 1, 74 | 75] A[5] Body Para. 2/2~Secondly, we may proceed from the 155 1, 75 | because he ~understands. Secondly, because since Socrates 156 1, 75 | 76] A[3] Body Para. 4/6~Secondly, this is proved to be impossible 157 1, 76 | soul; first, in general, secondly, in particular. Under the 158 1, 76 | the ~angels (Q[54], A[3]). Secondly, this may be also shown 159 1, 76 | except by a corporeal organ. Secondly, they may be ~understood 160 1, 76 | caused by an extrinsic agent. Secondly, substantial and accidental 161 1, 77 | preamble to the intellect; secondly, the intellectual powers; 162 1, 77 | object - universal being. Secondly, forasmuch as the soul ~ 163 1, 78 | man becomes ill or sad. ~Secondly, less strictly, a thing 164 1, 78 | is called "intelligence." Secondly, it ~directs what it apprehends 165 1, 80 | will; ~first, as to reason, secondly as to the will. They obey 166 1, 81 | and moves it as an end. Secondly, a thing is said to move 167 1, 82 | 83] A[2] Body Para. 2/2~Secondly, this is clear because habits 168 1, 82 | the judgment of reason; secondly, by the ~acceptation of 169 1, 83 | when united to the body; ~secondly, how it understands when 170 1, 83 | moving and ~material causes. Secondly, because it seems ridiculous, 171 1, 83 | Empedocles (De Anima i, 5). Secondly, because if it were ~necessary 172 1, 83 | belongs to it naturally. Secondly, the ~falseness of this 173 1, 83 | things in the eternal types. Secondly, on thing is said to be ~ 174 1, 83 | same cannot be ~perceived." Secondly, because, "whatever we perceive 175 1, 83 | had a previous knowledge. Secondly, ~anyone can experience 176 1, 84 | it is separate therefrom. Secondly, by way ~of simple and absolute 177 1, 84 | understood [*Q[84], A[1]]. Secondly, it is ~untrue, because 178 1, 84 | knowledge of the latter. ~Secondly, we must consider that our 179 1, 84 | 85] A[3] R.O. 1 Para. 2/2~Secondly, the universal can be considered 180 1, 84 | before a house is known. Secondly ~as belonging to a certain 181 1, 84 | flesh are of apt mind." Secondly, this occurs in ~regard 182 1, 84 | have said above ~(A[3]). Secondly, the indivisible is so called 183 1, 87 | intellect (Q[70], A[1]). Secondly, this ~opinion is untrue, 184 1, 87 | 88] A[1] R.O. 4 Para. 2/2~Secondly, to be understood by us 185 1, 88 | as heat, by cold; and secondly, indirectly, when its subject 186 1, 90 | that light is a body. ~Secondly, it is impossible for something 187 1, 90 | creature can produce it. ~Secondly, in passive potentiality 188 1, 90 | intelligible truth from all things. Secondly, for the ~greater freedom 189 1, 91 | from one" (Acts 17:26). Secondly, that man might love woman ~ 190 1, 91 | not made from his feet. Secondly, for the sacramental ~signification; 191 1, 92 | commonly ~because they exist; secondly, because they live; and 192 1, 92 | 58], A[3]; Q[79], A[8]). Secondly, we ~may consider the image 193 1, 92 | which is common to all men. Secondly, inasmuch as man ~actually 194 1, 92 | likeness of the Father. Secondly, because if man were made ~ 195 1, 92 | Our image may be in him." Secondly, ~this preposition 'to' 196 1, 92 | of the man's offspring; secondly, because one man ~would 197 1, 92 | species of the exterior body; secondly, the act ~of vision, which 198 1, 92 | species kept in the ~memory; secondly, the vision itself, which 199 1, 93 | first, as ~regards his soul; secondly, as regards his body. Concerning 200 1, 93 | Him in a created ~effect: secondly, we may take obscurity as 201 1, 93 | soul joined to the body. Secondly, the state of the soul is ~ 202 1, 94 | perfectly shall we enjoy God. Secondly, the degree of merit is 203 1, 95 | exercises a natural right. Secondly, this is proved by the order 204 1, 95 | the head directing them. ~Secondly, if one man surpassed another 205 1, 96 | preservation of the individual; secondly, as ~regards the preservation 206 1, 96 | incorruptible by their very nature. Secondly, a thing is incorruptible 207 1, 96 | its natural disposition. Secondly, "passion" can be taken 208 1, 97 | first, of generation; secondly, of the state of the offspring. 209 1, 98 | first, as regards ~the body; secondly, as regards virtue; thirdly, 210 1, 101 | all corruption and evil. Secondly, that man might dress ~and 211 1, 102 | Aristotle [*Cleanthes]. Secondly, this is clear ~from a consideration 212 1, 102 | of the means to the end. ~Secondly, a thing is said to move 213 1, 102 | as health or knowledge; secondly, as something done ~by us, 214 1, 102 | assimilation to the supreme good. Secondly, the effect of the ~government 215 1, 102 | like Him by being good; and secondly, with regard ~to this, that 216 1, 102 | Dionysius says (Div. Nom. iv): secondly from ~the fact that, as 217 1, 103 | keep them from corruption. Secondly, ~a thing is said to preserve 218 1, 103 | action of a corrupting cause; secondly, directly and "per se," 219 1, 104 | change of creatures by God; secondly, ~the change of one creature 220 1, 104 | man, and ~fire by fire. Secondly, by being virtually contained 221 1, 104 | active ~power on its effect. Secondly, because the active powers 222 1, 104 | highest ~rank among miracles. Secondly, a thing surpasses the power 223 1, 105 | neighborhood in corporeal things. Secondly, one angel manifests the ~ 224 1, 106 | says (De Trin. xiv, 6,7); ~secondly, as actually considered 225 1, 107 | says (Coel. Hier. ~vii). Secondly, forasmuch as these types 226 1, 107 | distinguished by natural gifts. Secondly, the end of the angelic ~ 227 1, 107 | also "heavenly ~essences." Secondly, as meaning a certain excellence 228 1, 107 | operations ~which befit them; secondly, in regard to receiving 229 1, 107 | sometimes even by the great. Secondly, it signifies "a certain ~ 230 1, 107 | inflexibly towards God. ~Secondly, the active force which 231 1, 107 | types of things in God. Secondly, because in ~material seats 232 1, 110 | faith comes ~from God alone. Secondly, faith requires that what 233 1, 110 | object is made known to him. ~Secondly, on the part of the principle; 234 1, 110 | 111] A[2] Body Para. 2/3~Secondly, the will is moved from 235 1, 112 | habit of ~mortal virtue. Secondly, that reason should discover 236 1, 112 | appointed to guard one. Secondly, inasmuch ~as a man is part 237 1, 113 | power ~of certain bodies. Secondly, from without: for just 238 1, 114 | Coelo et Mundo iv, 2). Secondly, it is false that weight 239 1, 114 | God, as "typal ideas." ~Secondly, they are in the elements 240 1, 114 | Hom. lvii in Matt.) say. Secondly, because as they are unable 241 1, 114 | Divine power in the stars. Secondly, because ~they consider 242 1, 115 | cause of what takes place. Secondly, as to all things that happen ~ 243 1, 115 | thus disposed or ordered; secondly, in regard to the first 244 1, 116 | action (in general) and secondly in ~regard to the propagation 245 1, 116 | the sickness, so does art. Secondly, we must ~remark that the 246 1, 116 | truth previously unknown. Secondly, by strengthening the intellect 247 1, 117 | first, as to the soul; ~secondly, as to the body.~Aquin.: 248 1, 117 | belong to different ~species. Secondly, because it would follow 249 1, 117 | 118] A[3] Body Para. 2/3~Secondly, this statement can be proved 250 1, 117 | in what is ~necessary." Secondly, because there would be 251 1, 118 | according to the species; secondly, as in the ~individual. 252 1, 118 | into true ~human nature. Secondly, because in all beings whose 253 1, 118 | into their true nature. Secondly, because the ~active seminal 254 2, 1 | end of human life; and ~secondly, those things by means of 255 2, 1 | e.g. to ~walk, or to speak; secondly, because it is elicited 256 2, 1 | itself to the ~end, as man; secondly, as a thing moved by another 257 2, 1 | achieved ~through the last end. Secondly, because the last end stands 258 2, 1 | the aspect of last end; secondly, considering the thing ~ 259 2, 2 | the nature of last end. ~Secondly, because power has relation 260 2, 2 | in good and in evil men. Secondly, because, ~since it is the 261 2, 2 | Q[2] A[5] Body Para. 2/2~Secondly, because, granted that the 262 2, 3 | miser, the end is money. Secondly there is the attainment 263 2, 3 | Being is His ~Happiness. Secondly, life means the operation 264 2, 3 | Q[3] A[5] Body Para. 2/4~Secondly, it is evident from the 265 2, 3 | as that ~of the angels. Secondly, as the object is attained 266 2, 3 | him to desire and seek: secondly, that the ~perfection of 267 2, 3 | stated above (Q[1], A[8]). Secondly, as to the ~attainment of 268 2, 4 | necessary ~for science. Secondly, as perfecting it: thus 269 2, 4 | movement towards anything; secondly, by a real relation of ~ 270 2, 4 | by a created intellect. Secondly, comprehension means nothing 271 2, 4 | necessary for man's perfection. Secondly, as necessary for ~its well-being: 272 2, 4 | repugnant to Happiness. Secondly, by way of some kind of ~ 273 2, 5 | Q[5] A[3] Body Para. 3/3~Secondly, from a consideration of 274 2, 5 | nature of true ~Happiness. Secondly, the imperfection may be 275 2, 5 | Q[5] A[4] Body Para. 5/5~Secondly, it is again evident if 276 2, 5 | And this everyone desires. Secondly we may ~speak of Happiness 277 2, 6 | general principles; and secondly ~matters of detail.~Aquin.: 278 2, 6 | which are proper to man; secondly, those acts which ~are common 279 2, 6 | involuntary in general; ~secondly, those acts which are voluntary, 280 2, 6 | moved ~towards the stag. Secondly, in so far as some extrinsic 281 2, 6 | instance, heating from heat. Secondly, indirectly; in which sense ~ 282 2, 6 | implies involuntariness. Secondly it is taken ~as a sentence: 283 2, 6 | for fire to produce heat. Secondly, ~according to a passive 284 2, 6 | called "affected ignorance." ~Secondly, ignorance is said to be 285 2, 7 | substance of the act; and secondly, from the ~circumstances 286 2, 7 | being guilty of murder; secondly, through having done it 287 2, 7 | an ~accident of Socrates. Secondly, because it is together 288 2, 7 | art of music in Socrates. Secondly, when ~such accidents are 289 2, 7 | consider the circumstances. Secondly, because the ~theologian 290 2, 7 | touches the act itself; secondly, inasmuch as it touches ~ 291 2, 8 | being ~elicited by the will; secondly, those acts which are commanded 292 2, 8 | absolutely ~and in itself; secondly, as the reason for willing 293 2, 9 | acting and not acting; ~secondly, with regard to this or 294 2, 9 | in the FP, Q[90], A[2]. Secondly, it is evident from the 295 2, 10 | the exercise ~of its act; secondly, as to the specification 296 2, 11 | being the thing itself; secondly, as ~the attainment thereof. 297 2, 11 | ordained to something else: secondly on the part of the one who 298 2, 12 | have health, ~and so forth. Secondly, it considers the end, as 299 2, 12 | terminus of the whole movement. Secondly, ~some point midway, which 300 2, 12 | movements of the will to them. Secondly, it may be considered accordingly ~ 301 2, 13 | we must consider choice: ~secondly, counsel; thirdly, consent; 302 2, 14 | this is determined by art. Secondly, from the ~fact that it 303 2, 16 | two ~ways: first, simply; secondly, in respect of an individual. 304 2, 17 | and to use one's reason. Secondly, as to the object; in ~respect 305 2, 17 | to this or ~that passion. Secondly, as consequent to it: thus 306 2, 18 | human ~act is good or evil; secondly, what results from the good 307 2, 18 | as stated ~above (A[1]). Secondly, it has goodness according 308 2, 18 | itself ordained to victory; secondly, ~as being ordained thereto 309 2, 18 | specific is the difference. Secondly, that the more universal 310 2, 18 | through a circumstance. Secondly, specific ~indifference 311 2, 19 | to will something good. Secondly, so that the circumstance 312 2, 19 | first, as preceding it, secondly as following [*Leonine ~ 313 2, 19 | worth a hundred pounds. Secondly, on account of ~the obstacles 314 2, 20 | observed, is said to be good. Secondly, a thing is said to be good 315 2, 20 | double evil is the result. Secondly, in ~point of extension: 316 2, 21 | produce something bad. Secondly, by a departure from the 317 2, 21 | has ~done good or harm; secondly, in respect of the retribution 318 2, 22 | soul: first, in general; ~secondly, in particular. Taking them 319 2, 22 | rather than to be ~passive. Secondly, the word "passive" is employed 320 2, 23 | fire differs from ~water; secondly, from the point of view 321 2, 23 | or aptitude to be above. Secondly, if the generated ~body 322 2, 23 | hatred" in respect of evil. Secondly, if the good be not yet 323 2, 24 | first, in themselves; secondly, as being subject to the 324 2, 24 | greater moral goodness. Secondly, by way of choice; when, 325 2, 24 | species of an act or passion. ~Secondly, according to its moral 326 2, 25 | a disproportionate end; secondly, it is moved to that end; ~ 327 2, 26 | it gives it the form; and secondly it gives it the movement 328 2, 29 | of that ~which is loved. Secondly, because comparison is made 329 2, 29 | and thus hates himself. Secondly, in regard to himself, to ~ 330 2, 29 | what is true were not true. Secondly, according as ~truth is 331 2, 29 | aspect of universality; secondly, as considered ~in the nature 332 2, 30 | is said to be ~natural. Secondly, a thing is pleasurable 333 2, 31 | ways: first, by itself; ~secondly, by reason of something 334 2, 31 | than intelligible things. Secondly, because sensible ~pleasures, 335 2, 31 | in doing works of virtue. Secondly, nature in man may be taken ~ 336 2, 32 | knower by its likeness; secondly, in reality - i.e. according ~ 337 2, 32 | be benefited by another. Secondly, from the fact that another' 338 2, 32 | friends, as in our own good. ~Secondly, in consideration of the 339 2, 32 | to reprove and to scold. ~Secondly, in so far as by scolding 340 2, 32 | pleasure, ~causes disgust. Secondly, by being directly contrary 341 2, 33 | as ~existing in reality; secondly, as existing in the memory. 342 2, 33 | something not possessed; secondly, in general, as excluding ~ 343 2, 33 | hinders it ~considerably. Secondly, by being contrary to reason. 344 2, 33 | good that is presupposed. Secondly, as agent; not indeed ~directly, 345 2, 34 | 34] A[3] Body Para. 2/2~Secondly, because by greatest good 346 2, 35 | on the part of an organ, ~secondly, through some impediment 347 2, 35 | which is ~contrary to it. Secondly, on the part of the cause 348 2, 35 | vii, 12; ~viii, 2,3). But, secondly, a thing may be added to 349 2, 37 | weakened in consequence. Secondly, ~action stands in relation 350 2, 38 | their sorrow is assuaged. Secondly, because an action, ~that 351 2, 39 | of the appetite in good. Secondly, ~a thing is said to be 352 2, 39 | sorrowful unto penance." Secondly, a thing is to be avoided, 353 2, 40 | fear, which regards evil. Secondly, that ~it is future; for 354 2, 40 | is ~intent on his action. Secondly, on account of its effect. 355 2, 41 | first place, fear; and, secondly, daring. ~With regard to 356 2, 41 | understand" are passions. Secondly, more properly speaking, ~ 357 2, 41 | movement of animals and plants. Secondly, a movement is ~said to 358 2, 41 | for fear of too much toil. Secondly, ~there is the disgrace 359 2, 41 | then there is "amazement." ~Secondly, by reason of its being 360 2, 42 | near, they heed it not." ~Secondly, a future evil is considered 361 2, 42 | whereas fear is future evil. Secondly, because sorrow, ~being 362 2, 42 | thinking about ~it beforehand. Secondly, unwontedness and suddenness 363 2, 44 | 44] A[2] Body Para. 2/3~Secondly, a man of counsel means 364 2, 45 | are names of passions. Secondly, as denoting besides this 365 2, 46 | respect of all animals. ~Secondly, by causality; thus the 366 2, 46 | understand ~what a man is; secondly, by way of a complex object, 367 2, 46 | the ~part of the object; secondly, on the part of the subject. 368 2, 46 | anything that injures them. Secondly, by ~the reason denouncing 369 2, 46 | because it quickly aroused. ~Secondly, on the part of the grief 370 2, 47 | God in His commandments. Secondly, in so ~far as he harms 371 2, 47 | 47] A[3] Body Para. 2/3~Secondly, the cause of anger, in 372 2, 49 | of intrinsic ~principles, secondly of extrinsic principles. 373 2, 49 | as a boy becomes a man. ~Secondly, they may be distinguished 374 2, 50 | act from natural instinct: secondly, according ~as they act 375 2, 51 | as to their ~formation; secondly, as to their increase; thirdly, 376 2, 51 | have an upward tendency. Secondly, in ~respect of the individual 377 2, 51 | entirely is from the ~nature; secondly, because it is partly from 378 2, 52 | respect of the form itself: secondly, in respect of the participation 379 2, 52 | 52] A[1] Body Para. 8/11~Secondly this may happen from the 380 2, 52 | to more or ~fewer things. Secondly, in respect of participation 381 2, 52 | increase of living things. ~Secondly, by mere intensity, without 382 2, 53 | is good" (Peri Herm. ii). Secondly, on the part of ~the process 383 2, 53 | thus fire causes heat. Secondly, ~indirectly; for instance, 384 2, 54 | principles of such dispositions; ~secondly, in respect of nature; thirdly, 385 2, 54 | 54] A[3] Body Para. 2/2~Secondly, habits are distinguished 386 2, 55 | thus we merit by ~acts. Secondly, we are said to merit by 387 2, 56 | that which it ~perfects. Secondly, from the fact that virtue 388 2, 56 | other sciences and arts. Secondly, a habit may ~confer not 389 2, 56 | the ~subject of virtue. Secondly, they can be considered 390 2, 57 | aptness ~in doing good; secondly, because besides aptness, 391 2, 57 | object of contemplation. ~Secondly, a virtue is said to be 392 2, 57 | in some particular genus; secondly, so that it is the ultimate 393 2, 58 | reason, which is a due end. ~Secondly, that man take rightly those 394 2, 59 | being a ~kind of habit. Secondly, because passions are not 395 2, 60 | 60] A[2] Body Para. 2/4~Secondly, operation may be compared 396 2, 60 | between black and white. Secondly, because ~there are different 397 2, 60 | rendered "affability." ~Secondly, one man behaves towards 398 2, 61 | virtue, called "Prudence." Secondly, according as the reason 399 2, 61 | which we call "Temperance." Secondly, by the passions withdrawing 400 2, 61 | 61] A[3] Body Para. 3/3~Secondly, they may be considered 401 2, 61 | should have knowledge; ~secondly, that he should exercise 402 2, 61 | there are social* ~virtues; secondly, there are perfecting virtues [* 403 2, 62 | direct us aright to God: secondly, because they are infused 404 2, 62 | surpass the ~nature of man. Secondly, by participation, as kindled 405 2, 62 | and in practical matters. Secondly, ~through the rectitude 406 2, 62 | faith, about which is faith. Secondly, the will ~is directed to 407 2, 64 | not the rational mean. ~Secondly, the mean of reason may 408 2, 65 | first in an inchoate state; secondly, as complete virtues. ~For 409 2, 66 | ways: first, in itself; secondly with regard ~to the subject 410 2, 66 | charity, than faith and ~hope. Secondly, it may be taken as referring 411 2, 66 | two ways: ~first, simply; secondly, relatively. For nothing 412 2, 66 | about in things beneath man. Secondly, because prudence ~moderates 413 2, 67 | of the knowable object; secondly, on the part of the medium; ~ 414 2, 68 | natural light of reason; secondly, with ~a supernatural perfection, 415 2, 68 | entirely subject ~unto Him. Secondly, they may be considered 416 2, 68 | from ~their principles; secondly, relatively, viz. by comparison 417 2, 69 | this is by way ~of merit; secondly, by a kind of imperfect 418 2, 69 | results from humility. ~Secondly, the sensual life consists 419 2, 69 | 69] A[3] R.O. 3 Para. 2/2~Secondly, we may consider the motives 420 2, 70 | that which he produces; ~secondly, so that man's fruit is 421 2, 70 | sake, except the last end. Secondly, ~so that it expresses the 422 2, 70 | all, in regard to itself; secondly, in ~regard to things that 423 2, 70 | their enjoyment of God. Secondly, as regards the calm of 424 2, 70 | pertains to "patience"; secondly, by not being ~disturbed, 425 2, 70 | this belongs ~"goodness." Secondly, as to the execution of 426 2, 70 | 70] A[4] Body Para. 2/2~Secondly, both fruits and fleshly 427 2, 72 | ox differ specifically: ~secondly, when the diversity of species 428 2, 73 | the ~others being present; secondly, because sin is directly 429 2, 73 | from it in the same genus. Secondly, ~the opposition of virtue 430 2, 73 | grievous sin ~than fornication. Secondly, a circumstance aggravates 431 2, 73 | not to harm but ~pleasure; secondly, because murder is the direct 432 2, 73 | beaten with many stripes." Secondly, on account of ingratitude, ~ 433 2, 74 | able and ought to know: secondly, when it either commands 434 2, 74 | movement of anger, or of lust: secondly, when it fails to check 435 2, 74 | in the thought itself, ~secondly, in the fornication thought 436 2, 75 | inclining to like acts. Secondly, after the ~manner of a 437 2, 76 | on the part of ~reason; secondly, of weakness or passion, 438 2, 76 | has knowledge of the sin. Secondly, this may happen on the 439 2, 77 | 77] A[1] Body Para. 2/2~Secondly, this may happen on the 440 2, 77 | explained above (A[1]). ~Secondly, by way of opposition, because 441 2, 77 | the ~concupiscible part; secondly, under the aspect of difficulty, 442 2, 77 | does through being drunk. Secondly, we must observe that a ~ 443 2, 77 | ignorance is said ~to be venial. Secondly, through its issue; thus 444 2, 78 | natural corruption in himself. Secondly, the will, of its ~own accord, 445 2, 78 | the passion is stronger. Secondly, because the passion which ~ 446 2, 79 | another's will ~to sin; secondly, indirectly, namely be not 447 2, 80 | said to move the appetite: secondly by that agent which moves 448 2, 80 | arouses man's desire to eat. Secondly, he that proposes ~or offers 449 2, 83 | principal, or instrumental; secondly, as in its subject. ~Accordingly 450 2, 84 | thus ~it is a special sin. Secondly, as denoting inordinate 451 2, 84 | thus it is a special sin. ~Secondly, as denoting actual contempt 452 2, 84 | are infinite in number. ~Secondly, on account of a natural 453 2, 84 | the appetite to avoid it. Secondly, indirectly and on ~account 454 2, 84 | inordinately by "vainglory." Secondly, ~there is the good of the 455 2, 84 | pride" or ~"vainglory." Secondly, it implies satiety, which " 456 2, 85 | the soul, and so forth. Secondly, ~since man has from nature 457 2, 85 | on the part of its rood, ~secondly, on the part of its term. 458 2, 85 | first, by reason of ~itself; secondly, accidentally. By reason 459 2, 85 | of its universal nature, secondly, as regards its particular ~ 460 2, 87 | order of his own ~reason; secondly, it is subjected to the 461 2, 87 | in its essence, ~as such; secondly, as to that which is accidental 462 2, 87 | punishment of a preceding sin. Secondly, by reason of the ~substance 463 2, 87 | respect, sin is infinite. Secondly, there ~is the inordinate 464 2, 88 | compared with mortal sin; secondly, we shall consider ~venial 465 2, 88 | venial "from the result." Secondly, a sin is called ~venial 466 2, 88 | disposed to a mortal sin. ~Secondly, a human act disposes to 467 2, 88 | 88] A[4] Body Para. 2/4~Secondly, this may be taken to mean 468 2, 89 | unbelievers, to be mortal sins. Secondly, from the state of the sinner. ~ 469 2, 90 | is in ~the reason alone. Secondly, as in that which is measured 470 2, 90 | first of all the definition; secondly, ~the proposition; thirdly, 471 2, 91 | 91] A[4] Body Para. 2/5~Secondly, because, on account of 472 2, 91 | e.g. a horse and ~an ox. Secondly, as perfect and imperfect 473 2, 91 | 91] A[5] Body Para. 3/4~Secondly, it belongs to the law to 474 2, 91 | law and a ~mercantile law. Secondly, indirectly; thus by the 475 2, 93 | ways: first, in itself; ~secondly, in its effect, wherein 476 2, 93 | thing as the eternal law. Secondly, we may speak of God's will, ~ 477 2, 93 | law by way of knowledge; secondly, by way of action and passion, ~ 478 2, 93 | heart ~by the Holy Ghost. Secondly, it can be understood as 479 2, 94 | 94] A[1] Body Para. 2/2~Secondly, the term habit may be applied 480 2, 94 | ways: first, in itself; secondly, in relation to us. Any 481 2, 94 | belongs to the ~natural law. Secondly, there is in man an inclination 482 2, 94 | the aspect of virtuous; secondly, as such and such acts considered 483 2, 94 | 94] A[5] Body Para. 2/2~Secondly, a change in the natural 484 2, 94 | not do harm ~to another. Secondly, because nature did not 485 2, 94 | that are known to all; and ~secondly, certain secondary and more 486 2, 95 | aright of each single case. Secondly, because those ~who make 487 2, 95 | conclusion from premises, secondly, by way of ~determination 488 2, 95 | refers by saying "just": secondly, it ~depends on the ability 489 2, 95 | 95] A[4] Body Para. 2/6~Secondly, it belongs to the notion 490 2, 96 | certain acts of virtue. Secondly an act of ~virtue is when 491 2, 96 | 96] A[4] Body Para. 3/3~Secondly, laws may be unjust through 492 2, 96 | is a rule of human acts; ~secondly, that it has coercive power. 493 2, 96 | 96] A[5] Body Para. 2/2~Secondly, a man is said to be subject 494 2, 98 | also; for ~he wrote of Me." Secondly, as a kind of disposition, 495 2, 100 | belonged to the decalogue. Secondly, because, since it is ~written ( 496 2, 100 | community: first, fidelity; ~secondly, reverence; thirdly, service. 497 2, 100 | 100] A[5] R.O. 1 Para. 2/2~Secondly, it may be answered that 498 2, 100 | this is most grievous; and secondly it is requisite that he ~ 499 2, 100 | chiefly to the common good; secondly, to the order of justice 500 2, 100 | law: and ~this is virtue. Secondly, his intention is brought


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