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1 1, 1 | articles of faith is not due to the ~uncertain nature 2 1, 1 | it thus uses them is not due to its own defect or ~insufficiency, 3 1, 3 | that we will anything, is due to our soul. Hence ~what 4 1, 3 | individualization is not due to individual matter - that 5 1, 5 | Hence beauty consists in due proportion; for the senses ~ 6 1, 5 | Reply OBJ 3: Every being is due to some form. Hence, according 7 1, 20 | to whom no punishment was due; just as a hundred pounds ~[ 8 1, 21 | justice is to pay what is due. But God is no ~man's debtor. 9 1, 21 | Reply OBJ 3: To each one is due what is his own. Now that 10 1, 21 | regarded in two ~ways, as due either to God, or to creatures, 11 1, 21 | either way God pays ~what is due. It is due to God that there 12 1, 21 | pays ~what is due. It is due to God that there should 13 1, 21 | renders to Himself what is due to Himself. It is also due 14 1, 21 | due to Himself. It is also due to a created ~thing that 15 1, 21 | ordered to it; thus it is due to man ~to have hands, and 16 1, 21 | gives to each thing what is due to it by its ~nature and 17 1, 21 | the former; since ~what is due to each thing is due to 18 1, 21 | is due to each thing is due to it as ordered to it according 19 1, 21 | way pays each thing its due, yet ~He Himself is not 20 1, 21 | of justice to pay what is due, but of ~mercy to relieve 21 1, 21 | the divine justice is one due either to God, or to some ~ 22 1, 21 | have said, that anything is due ~to God. Likewise, whatever 23 1, 21 | thereupon. For nothing is due to creatures, except for 24 1, 21 | foreknown. Again, if this is due to a creature, ~it must 25 1, 21 | a creature, ~it must be due on account of something 26 1, 21 | that to possess hands is due to man on account of his 27 1, 21 | and his rational soul is due to him that he may be man; 28 1, 21 | upon creatures what is due to them more bountifully 29 1, 23 | good above that which is due ~pertains to mercy; as was 30 1, 23 | he deprives nobody of his due), without any ~infringement 31 1, 23 | the saints. For it is not due to their prayers that anyone 32 1, 25 | divine works. For nothing ~is due to anyone, except on account 33 1, 27 | procession ~of love occurs in due order as regards the procession 34 1, 39 | present themselves to ~us in due order. Firstly, the thing 35 1, 39 | by ~the very fact ugly; due "proportion" or "harmony"; 36 1, 40 | He is someone, are ~not due to the same reason. For 37 1, 41 | not several Sons is not due to any lack of ~begetting 38 1, 42 | to its principle may be due to two reasons: one ~on 39 1, 42 | attains to equality by ~due growth, unless owing to 40 1, 46 | it introduce the ~form in due proportion into a suitable 41 1, 47 | inequality of which is ~due to unequal merits. But in 42 1, 48 | evil as the absence of the due end. Yet neither does ~the 43 1, 48 | does ~the absence of the due end by itself constitute 44 1, 48 | by the withdrawal of the due operation, either because 45 1, 48 | or because it has not its due mode and order. But because ~ 46 1, 48 | the ~subtraction of the due operation in voluntary things 47 1, 48 | good which is naturally due. For the want ~of sight 48 1, 48 | which is not ordered to its due end.~ 49 1, 49 | good, which is natural and due to a thing. ~But that anything 50 1, 49 | fail from its natural and due disposition can come only ~ 51 1, 54 | an active ~intellect is due to this - that the natures 52 1, 62 | GLORY (NINE ARTICLES)~In due sequence we have to inquire 53 1, 63 | superior when subjection is due. ~Consequently the first 54 1, 63 | sins, falls away from its due end. Nor is this unfitting 55 1, 64 | place of punishment ~is due to the demons: one, by reason 56 1, 64 | darksome ~atmosphere is their due place of punishment.~Aquin.: 57 1, 64 | such confinement is their due. Hence it is said in ~a 58 1, 65 | rewards or punishments are due to equal merit or demerit. 59 1, 66 | the design of preserving due order in the ~disposition 60 1, 66 | not mentioned ~by name is due to the fact that the corporeal 61 1, 66 | potentiality. ~But distinction is due to form. Therefore matter 62 1, 67 | for days, and ~years" is due to proper movements.~Aquin.: 63 1, 69 | formlessness the ~want of due distinction and of perfect 64 1, 70 | them the ~order and beauty due to them, as other holy writers 65 1, 70 | year ~than another, are due to certain particular movements 66 1, 73 | blessing and sanctifying are due to the seventh day?~Aquin.: 67 1, 73 | and sanctifying are not due to the ~seventh day. For 68 1, 73 | blessing or sanctifying are due to the seventh day.~Aquin.: 69 1, 74 | which to work, ~but that due order might be observed 70 1, 77 | a principle of action is due ~to the substantial form. 71 1, 39 | present themselves to ~us in due order. Firstly, the thing 72 1, 39 | by ~the very fact ugly; due "proportion" or "harmony"; 73 1, 40 | He is someone, are ~not due to the same reason. For 74 1, 41 | not several Sons is not due to any lack of ~begetting 75 1, 42 | to its principle may be due to two reasons: one ~on 76 1, 42 | attains to equality by ~due growth, unless owing to 77 1, 47 | it introduce the ~form in due proportion into a suitable 78 1, 48 | inequality of which is ~due to unequal merits. But in 79 1, 49 | evil as the absence of the due end. Yet neither does ~the 80 1, 49 | does ~the absence of the due end by itself constitute 81 1, 49 | by the withdrawal of the due operation, either because 82 1, 49 | or because it has not its due mode and order. But because ~ 83 1, 49 | the ~subtraction of the due operation in voluntary things 84 1, 49 | good which is naturally due. For the want ~of sight 85 1, 49 | which is not ordered to its due end.~ 86 1, 50 | good, which is natural and due to a thing. ~But that anything 87 1, 50 | fail from its natural and due disposition can come only ~ 88 1, 55 | an active ~intellect is due to this - that the natures 89 1, 63 | GLORY (NINE ~ARTICLES)~In due sequence we have to inquire 90 1, 64 | superior when subjection is due. ~Consequently the first 91 1, 64 | sins, falls away from its due end. Nor is this unfitting 92 1, 65 | place of punishment ~is due to the demons: one, by reason 93 1, 65 | darksome ~atmosphere is their due place of punishment.~Aquin.: 94 1, 65 | such confinement is their due. Hence it is said in ~a 95 1, 66 | rewards or punishments are due to equal merit or demerit. 96 1, 67 | the design of preserving due order in the ~disposition 97 1, 67 | not mentioned ~by name is due to the fact that the corporeal 98 1, 67 | potentiality. ~But distinction is due to form. Therefore matter 99 1, 68 | for days, and ~years" is due to proper movements.~Aquin.: 100 1, 70 | formlessness the ~want of due distinction and of perfect 101 1, 71 | them the ~order and beauty due to them, as other holy writers 102 1, 71 | year ~than another, are due to certain particular movements 103 1, 72 | blessing and sanctifying are due to the seventh day?~Aquin.: 104 1, 72 | and sanctifying are not due to the ~seventh day. For 105 1, 72 | blessing or sanctifying are due to the seventh day.~Aquin.: 106 1, 73 | which to work, ~but that due order might be observed 107 1, 76 | a principle of action is due ~to the substantial form. 108 1, 77 | of decrease and increase due to nourishment." Therefore 109 1, 77 | living body acquires its due ~quantity; to this is directed 110 1, 77 | its existence and in ~its due quantity; to this is directed 111 1, 82 | temperament or disposition due to any impression whatever ~ 112 1, 82 | facility of power, which is due to a ~habit. Therefore free-will 113 1, 83 | this same knowledge is not ~due merely to a participation 114 1, 84 | and the same to many - is due to intellectual abstraction, 115 1, 84 | difference of form which is due only to the different ~disposition 116 1, 87 | grasped by the senses, is due not merely to the fact that 117 1, 88 | a person see a stone is due to the species of the ~stone 118 1, 88 | that he see it clearly, is due to the eye's visual ~power. 119 1, 89 | remains after the body, is due to a defect of ~the body, 120 1, 89 | death. Which defect was not due when the soul was first ~ 121 1, 92 | image of God." But this is due to the fact, not that the 122 1, 93 | being the first man, was due to a degree of ~perfection 123 1, 93 | perfection which was not due to other men, as is clear 124 1, 96 | innocence, this ~would have been due either to nature or to grace. 125 1, 96 | power of preserving the body due to the tree of life, nor 126 1, 98 | immediately after birth, is due, not to their superiority, 127 1, 100 | is privation of knowledge due at some particular ~time; 128 1, 100 | possessed the knowledge due to them at that time. Hence, 129 1, 100 | in our present ~state, is due to the soul being weighed 130 1, 103 | further change ~in the air due to the presence of the source 131 1, 104 | determinate ~effects is due to God; wherefore since 132 1, 104 | the ~Creator: for it is due to the power of the cause, 133 1, 109 | there is something that is due to the power of their principal ~ 134 1, 109 | agents, and which cannot be due to the power of the instrument; 135 1, 109 | For example, ~digestion is due to the force of natural 136 1, 109 | flesh is thus generated is due to the ~power of the soul. 137 1, 109 | the corporeal effects, is due to the angelic power. Therefore ~ 138 1, 112 | one man one guardian is ~due; and sometimes several are 139 1, 113 | The assault itself ~is due to the malice of the demons, 140 1, 113 | 1/1~Whether all sins are due to the temptation of the 141 1, 113 | would seem that all sins are due to the temptation of the ~ 142 1, 113 | Therefore every sin ~is due to the devil's instigation.~ 143 1, 113 | every good thing we do is due to the ~suggestion of the 144 1, 113 | Therefore all the evil we do, is due to the instigation of ~the 145 1, 113 | instigation, but ~some are due to the free-will and the 146 1, 113 | need for all sins to be due to the instigation ~of the 147 1, 113 | But those sins which are due thereto man perpetrates ~" 148 1, 113 | whereas all our sins are not due to the demons' ~instigation. 149 1, 113 | which is not sometimes ~due to the demons' suggestion.~ 150 1, 114 | the ~substantial form is due to an immaterial principle. 151 1, 114 | them in token of ~the honor due to God, of which they are 152 1, 114 | follow of ~necessity, this is due to some hindering cause. 153 1, 114 | the minority of cases is due to some hindering cause; ~ 154 1, 116 | you give to men the honor due to God." Therefore to be 155 1, 116 | master is properly an honor due to God. But it belongs to 156 1, 117 | formation of the body from being due to a corporeal power, while 157 1, 117 | remains without the body is due to the ~corruption of the 158 1, 118 | restored. But man's death is due only to ~the loss of something. 159 1, 118 | individual, but for the quantity due to him. And if ~anything 160 1, 118 | the begetter, and would be due to a process ~of corruption; 161 2, 2 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Honor is due to God and to persons of 162 2, 2 | goods ~mentioned above are due rather to external causes, 163 2, 3 | who desires it, must be due to something else than an 164 2, 3 | consider that it must be due to some ~cause, and know 165 2, 4 | has been gained: but the due order to the end is necessary.~ 166 2, 4 | respect of which ~happiness is due to it, though it does not 167 2, 5 | participated Happiness is due to one of ~two causes. First, 168 2, 6 | certain acts, we ~must in due sequence consider human 169 2, 6 | neither praise nor blame is due to the ~acts of irrational 170 2, 6 | master of his actions, is due to his ~being able to deliberate 171 2, 6 | him, although it might be due to his ~absence from the 172 2, 6 | is ~voluntary, as being due to negligence. Accordingly, 173 2, 7 | which results from the due circumstances. Hence the ~ 174 2, 9 | of the subject itself is due to some agent. And since 175 2, 9 | particular movement, is somewhat due to the influence of ~heavenly 176 2, 9 | by astrologers, this is due to some most hidden ~inspiration, 177 2, 12 | moved tends ~to anything, is due to the action of the mover. 178 2, 14 | laid down by the law is not due to ~the action of him who 179 2, 17 | moves by commanding, is due to the power of the will. ~ 180 2, 17 | commands and wills not, is due to the fact that it commands 181 2, 17 | first act of the will is not due to ~the direction of the 182 2, 17 | he wills not to lust, is due to a ~disposition of the 183 2, 17 | command of reason: since it is due either to nature, or to 184 2, 17 | the imaginative ~power, due to some organic indisposition.~~ 185 2, 18 | in the fulness of being due to ~them. Thus the fulness 186 2, 18 | is lacking in ~something due to the fulness of his being. 187 2, 18 | thing be lacking in its due fulness of being, ~it is 188 2, 18 | lacking in ~something that is due to its fulness of being; 189 2, 18 | determined by reason, or its ~due place, or something of the 190 2, 18 | nevertheless they have not always a due proportion to this or that ~ 191 2, 18 | whole ~fulness of perfection due to a thing, is not from 192 2, 18 | these accidents be out of due proportion, evil is the ~ 193 2, 18 | accidents: and such are its due circumstances. ~Wherefore 194 2, 18 | wanting that is requisite as a due circumstance ~the action 195 2, 18 | extrinsic cause, nevertheless due ~proportion to the end, 196 2, 18 | be good, ~when it has its due complement of goodness; 197 2, 18 | be ~not directed to the due end, it is, by that fact 198 2, 18 | But if it be directed to a due ~end, it is in accord with 199 2, 18 | directed or not directed to a due end. ~Consequently every 200 2, 18 | indifference of an action may be due to the fact that as far 201 2, 19 | conformity with the desire of a due end: ~nevertheless the very 202 2, 19 | nevertheless the very desire of the due end presupposes on the part 203 2, 19 | indirectly" ~voluntary, which is due to negligence, by reason 204 2, 20 | account of its being about due matter and its being attended 205 2, 20 | and its being attended by due ~circumstances, is not derived 206 2, 20 | action: one in respect of due matter ~and circumstances; 207 2, 20 | that which is in respect of due matter or circumstances, ~ 208 2, 20 | derives from its matter and due circumstances, thus it stands 209 2, 21 | certain end, and ~lacking due order to that end. Now the 210 2, 21 | order to that end. Now the due order to an end is measured 211 2, 21 | sin and evil are always due to a departure from the 212 2, 21 | although ~retribution is not due to him, in so far as it 213 2, 21 | not ~give God the honor due to Him as our last end. 214 2, 23 | since to the same cause are due, both rest in a place, and ~ 215 2, 25 | towards something may be due to two causes: one is the 216 2, 27 | cause of love. For it is ~due to love that a thing is 217 2, 28 | proper to him. This may be due to ~his being raised to 218 2, 28 | and reason: or it may be due to his being cast down ~ 219 2, 31 | the ~good of virtue, is due to the fact that virtue' 220 2, 32 | slight, which seems to be due to a previous hurt: for 221 2, 33 | facilitates very much the due use of reason: wherefore 222 2, 33 | use of reason requires the due use of the imagination ~ 223 2, 34 | thing takes pleasure is due to its being established 224 2, 34 | is the greatest good is due not to the mere ~fact that 225 2, 35 | the shunning of sorrow is due to ~the contrariety of the 226 2, 36 | destroy the unity which is due. Wherefore the desire ~for 227 2, 37 | the body, this can only be due to its ~having a bodily 228 2, 38 | is to weariness, which is due to a non-natural transmutation; 229 2, 38 | assuaging any kind of sorrow, due to any cause whatever.~Aquin.: 230 2, 38 | the bodily nature to its due state of ~vital movement, 231 2, 39 | of nature, to which it is due ~that the senses perceive, 232 2, 39 | of the evil is ~sometimes due to a right judgment of reason; 233 2, 39 | so sorrow for a good is due to a perverse ~reason and 234 2, 41 | every passion is an effect due to the presence of an ~agent. 235 2, 41 | passion of a natural body is due to the bodily ~presence 236 2, 41 | the passion of the soul due to the agent ~being present 237 2, 41 | nowise sufficient. This is due either to the fact that ~ 238 2, 42 | rise to fear save what is ~due to an external cause. Now 239 2, 42 | punishment is, in some way, due to an extrinsic cause.~Aquin.: 240 2, 42 | therefrom, and which is due to an extrinsic cause.~Aquin.: 241 2, 42 | object of fear, ~save what is due to an extrinsic cause; but 242 2, 42 | subject to the will. It is due to an extrinsic cause, in 243 2, 42 | difficulty. Now this ~is due to one of two causes: to 244 2, 44 | be difficult to repel is due to lack of ~power, as stated 245 2, 44 | movement; the said cold being due to the ~imagined lack of 246 2, 44 | which lack of power is due to the want of ~heat, which 247 2, 44 | such like evacuations are due to contraction ~of the abdomen 248 2, 45 | not from ~passion but with due deliberation. Yet when they 249 2, 46 | way, an effect which is due ~to the concurrence of several 250 2, 46 | disposition to anger is due to a ~bilious temperament; 251 2, 46 | from an emotion of the soul due to the wrong ~inflicted; 252 2, 47 | that "anger is ~always due to something done to oneself: 253 2, 47 | anger when he thinks it is ~due to contempt, as though his 254 2, 47 | suspicion of this kind is due to some defect. Therefore 255 2, 48 | hiding himself. This is due partly to the reason being 256 2, 49 | its own nature ~has the due relation to such an act. 257 2, 50 | act of the intellect is ~due to some disposition of the 258 2, 52 | the perfection of quantity due ~to it; wherefore a certain 259 2, 53 | form is corrupted, this is due either to ~corruption of 260 2, 53 | participates in it. This is due to the fact that the ~subject' 261 2, 54 | engendered little by little, is due, not to ~one part being 262 2, 55 | which denotes order to a due end and to the ~Divine law, 263 2, 56 | wherefore it is entirely due to his soul that a man make 264 2, 56 | is driving; this is all due to ~me." But just as the 265 2, 56 | rightly ruled, is entirely due to the rational powers. 266 2, 56 | passions of the soul, is due ~to the good disposition 267 2, 57 | knowledge which he has, is due to the motion of his will. ~ 268 2, 57 | two things: namely, the due end, and something suitably 269 2, 57 | suitably ordained ~to that due end. Now man is suitably 270 2, 57 | suitably directed to his due end by a virtue ~which perfects 271 2, 57 | suitably ordained to the due ~end man needs to be rightly 272 2, 58 | intention be directed to a ~due end; and this is done by 273 2, 58 | with reason, which is a due end. ~Secondly, that man 274 2, 58 | fitting means ~towards the due end. Thus if a running horse 275 2, 59 | the bodily ~limbs to their due external acts, so does it 276 2, 60 | an element of something due or undue to another. For 277 2, 60 | destroyed in so far as the due measure ~of the external 278 2, 60 | internal passions exceed their due measure. Thus when ~through 279 2, 60 | in respect of something due to ~another: but they differ 280 2, 60 | the notion of ~something due which is the formal aspect 281 2, 60 | that a man give another his due. Wherefore all such ~virtues 282 2, 60 | justice. But the thing due is not of the same kind 283 2, 60 | virtues: ~for something is due to an equal in one way, 284 2, 60 | whose ~object is the perfect due, which can be paid in the 285 2, 60 | cases in which something due is ~rendered: in this sense 286 2, 60 | There is the same kind of due in all the operations ~belonging 287 2, 60 | directed by reason to a due end, or in playful actions, 288 2, 61 | reason into the passions is due to their ~thwarting reason: 289 2, 61 | operations as something right and due, is found chiefly in ~commutations 290 2, 61 | causes the good ~of right and due in operation, be called 291 2, 61 | the virtue which is about due actions between equals; ~ 292 2, 61 | should act ~for the sake of a due end, implies a certain rectitude, 293 2, 61 | the ~notion of right and due; and this, we have said, 294 2, 62 | naturally; and this movement is due to a ~certain conformity 295 2, 63 | science and virtue, ~which are due to the soul being weighed 296 2, 63 | wholly from ~without, being due to the inflow of the active 297 2, 63 | habits corresponding, in due proportion, to the ~theological 298 2, 64 | justice gives to each one his due, neither more nor ~less. 299 2, 64 | established in the passions, with due regard to us, who are moved ~ 300 2, 65 | only the inclination to a due end, which inclination ~ 301 2, 65 | involves ~the absence of due order to the first principle, 302 2, 66 | own than to pay what is due. Now the ~former belongs 303 2, 68 | gifts of the Holy Ghost are due to Divine ~inspiration, 304 2, 69 | instead of rendering what ~is due, lay hands on what is not 305 2, 69 | known to us, while observing due proportion to the merits 306 2, 71 | virtue is an ordinate and due act: in respect of ~that 307 2, 71 | of action; but also the due disposition of its subject. 308 2, 71 | accidental to them, and is due to the fact that they are 309 2, 71 | power; thus monsters are ~due to corruption of some elemental 310 2, 71 | or not do, must needs be due to some cause or occasion, 311 2, 71 | mention of ~aversion from our due end: therefore it is an 312 2, 71 | an act is a human act is due to its being voluntary, ~ 313 2, 71 | lacking conformity with its due measure: and ~conformity 314 2, 72 | but an act deprived of its due ~order: hence sins differ 315 2, 72 | failing in the human reason is due in ~some way to the carnal 316 2, 72 | says that "every sin is due either to fear inducing 317 2, 72 | species, since they are due to one cause. For it is 318 2, 72 | matters of faith, and things ~due to God alone. Hence he that 319 2, 72 | temporal punishment is ~due to venial sin, and eternal 320 2, 72 | in matters of action, is due to straying ~from the rectitude 321 2, 72 | speculative matters, is ~due to straying from the truth 322 2, 72 | man eat hastily, may be due ~to the fact that he cannot 323 2, 72 | desire too much ~food, may be due to a naturally strong digestion; 324 2, 72 | desire choice ~meats, is due to his desire for pleasure 325 2, 73 | which is a privation of the due commensuration ~of the humors, 326 2, 73 | departs more or less from the due commensuration of humors 327 2, 73 | them the ~privation of the due commensuration of reason 328 2, 73 | resist sin; and a sin that is due to weakness ~is deemed less 329 2, 73 | the order of ~reason is due to his not observing the 330 2, 73 | to his not observing the due circumstances in his action. ~ 331 2, 73 | disturbed internally is due to his goodness, which does 332 2, 74 | its being a mortal sin is due, not to its being an act 333 2, 74 | finally ~given to a thing is due to the fact that the will 334 2, 74 | the act ~thought of, is due to his desire being inclined 335 2, 75 | appetite. For ~just as it is due to the judgment of reason, 336 2, 75 | accord with reason, so it is due to an apprehension of the ~ 337 2, 75 | motive, yet lacking the due motive, viz. the rule of ~ 338 2, 75 | while ~the lack of the due rule appertains to the reason, 339 2, 75 | sometimes fails to consider the due rule, so that the will ~ 340 2, 75 | natural things sin can be due to no other than an internal 341 2, 75 | the birth of a monster is due to the corruption of some ~ 342 2, 75 | reason, as lacking the ~due rule, and the appetite, 343 2, 76 | are unable to accomplish a due act rightly. Wherefore all 344 2, 77 | whereas it is not good, is due to a passion: and yet this ~ 345 2, 77 | rather than those which are due ~to a passion.~Aquin.: SMT 346 2, 77 | aforesaid manner to the due action of ~man, it is said 347 2, 77 | says that "every sin is due either to love arousing ~ 348 2, 77 | temporal good inordinately, is due to the fact that he loves 349 2, 77 | know even after ~taking due precautions. But passion 350 2, 78 | incline away to evil, this is due to ~corruption or disorder 351 2, 78 | chooses evil, this must be due to something supervening, 352 2, 78 | Reply OBJ 2: The impulse due to passion, is, as it were, 353 2, 78 | passion, is, as it were, due to a defect which is outside 354 2, 79 | above. ~And yet even this is due as being deserved through 355 2, 79 | their spiritual ~welfare, is due to His mercy; but that the 356 2, 79 | directed to their loss is due to His justice: and that 357 2, 80 | 4) Whether all sins are due to the devil's suggestion?~ 358 2, 80 | evil counsel, is ~directly due to the human will, and to 359 2, 80 | to sin, which darkness is due to the ~imagination and 360 2, 80 | forms to the ~imagination is due, sometimes, to local movement: 361 2, 80 | order of nature, nor is it due to a command alone, but ~ 362 2, 80 | all the sins of men are due to the devil's suggestion?~ 363 2, 80 | all the sins of men are due to the devil's ~suggestion. 364 2, 80 | all the sins of men are due to the devil's suggestion.~ 365 2, 80 | devil; sometimes they are due to a ~movement of the free-will."~ 366 2, 81 | For ~punishment is never due unless for fault. Now some 367 2, 81 | also forgive the punishment due for actual ~sins.~Aquin.: 368 2, 82 | but it is a habit "inborn" due to our corrupt ~origin.~ 369 2, 82 | concupiscence, this is not due to original sin, because 370 2, 82 | themselves equally; but it is due to the ~various dispositions 371 2, 84 | all the sins ~which are due to ignorance, can be reduced 372 2, 84 | that can cause sin, is ~due to negligence, as stated 373 2, 85 | rational being; for it ~is due to this that he performs 374 2, 85 | that it is corruptible is due to a condition of matter, ~ 375 2, 87 | respect of the ~punishment due to them.~Aquin.: SMT FS 376 2, 87 | inordinate affection" is due to sin ~as overturning the 377 2, 87 | an infinite punishment is due for a sin committed ~against 378 2, 87 | temporal punishment is not due for any sin.~Aquin.: SMT 379 2, 87 | of penal ~medicines, is due to the corruption of nature 380 2, 87 | not ~equally in all, is due to the diversity of nature, 381 2, 88 | not to be subject to the due order in lesser matters, 382 2, 88 | they both imply a defect of due order, albeit in ~different 383 2, 88 | venial sin, this will be due to the imperfection of the 384 2, 88 | That it be a venial sin, is due some sort of ignorance or 385 2, 89 | denotes a loss of ~comeliness due to contact with something, 386 2, 89 | referred to the end, the due order of the end being safeguarded. 387 2, 89 | the sensuality in us is due to the sensuality not being ~ 388 2, 89 | movement of ~reason itself is due, in us, to the fact that 389 2, 89 | directed to the end, the due order of the ~end being 390 2, 89 | end being safeguarded, is due to the fact that the things 391 2, 89 | in ~subordination to the due end which is God: wherefore 392 2, 89 | But damnation ~is not due save to mortal sin. Therefore, 393 2, 89 | speaking of the condemnation due to original ~sin, which 394 2, 89 | sign of the ~condemnation due to original sin, as it is 395 2, 89 | then direct himself to the due end, he will, by ~means 396 2, 89 | then direct himself to the due end, and as far as he is 397 2, 90 | Q[17], A[1]): for it is due to the fact that one wills 398 2, 92 | that a man obeys a law is due to his being good. Therefore 399 2, 93 | moving all things to their due end, bears the character 400 2, 96 | or faculty of ~action is due to an interior habit or 401 2, 96 | men are subject to law, is due to the leading of the ~Holy 402 2, 97 | extreme urgency of the case, due to the fact that either 403 2, 97 | and necessaries of life in due weight and measure. ~Accordingly 404 2, 98 | OLD LAW (SIX ARTICLES)~In due sequence we must now consider 405 2, 98 | are ~given according to due; but it has no place in 406 2, 98 | teaches not": for this is due to the condemnation of ~ 407 2, 100 | rendering to ~each one his due. Therefore the precepts 408 2, 100 | God in vain." Service is due to the master in ~return 409 2, 100 | man does not observe the due order as to those persons 410 2, 100 | to ~arrange all things in due manner and order. Therefore 411 2, 100 | precepts; one ~about the honor due to parents, the other about 412 2, 100 | that ~each one be given his due; for it is in this sense 413 2, 100 | taken from him, if it be due that he should lose ~it, 414 2, 100 | not theft; since it was due to them ~by the sentence 415 2, 100 | murder, because his son was due to be slain by the ~command 416 2, 100 | breaking the law, who ~gives due honor to his parents and 417 2, 100 | commandment prescribing the honor due to parents, is added ~the 418 2, 101 | directed to God by the ~worship due to Him. Wherefore those 419 2, 102 | they be ordained to their due end, ~which is the principle 420 2, 102 | account of the reverence due to God: because blood is 421 2, 102 | a flow of seed, whether due to weakness, to ~nocturnal 422 2, 102 | taken from the reverence due to ~those things that belong 423 2, 102 | since all ~corruption is due to sin, and signifies sin: 424 2, 102 | by reason of the respect due to the tabernacle of the ~ 425 2, 102 | account of the reverence due to the ~priesthood, the 426 2, 103 | thought that the honor due to God demanded that certain 427 2, 104 | obligation of something due or undue); but from some 428 2, 104 | and about the ~respect due to him: this is one part 429 2, 105 | Further, no punishment is due except for a fault. But 430 2, 105 | Nevertheless the Law observed due caution ~in the matter, 431 2, 105 | competent to ~receive the honor due to a father, especially 432 2, 105 | account of the natural respect due to them. Furthermore ~it 433 2, 106 | delivered from ~the condemnation due to transgression."~Aquin.: 434 2, 106 | Law was to be published in due ~course of time, as stated 435 2, 109 | is the Highest Good, is due the best love, ~which is 436 2, 109 | best love, which is His due; otherwise it would ~be 437 2, 109 | commandments of the Law, in ~their due way, whereby their fulfilment 438 2, 109 | quickly brought back to the due order.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 439 2, 111 | nature. Thus we say it is due to a man to have ~reason, 440 2, 112 | both the matter and the due disposition for the form. 441 2, 114 | merits by giving another his due. But by all the good we ~ 442 2, 114 | God, since yet more is His due, ~as also the Philosopher 443 2, 114 | for a man's wage is a debt due to him. Now God is no one' 444 2, 114 | Further, the less a work is due, the more meritorious it 445 2, 114 | meritorious it is. Now, ~less due is that work which is done 446 2, 114 | whom the inheritance is due by ~right of adoption, according 447 2, 114 | other virtues. For wages are due to work, ~according to Mt. 448 2, 114 | merited no other reward ~is due to him; thus it was said 449 2, 1 | some were deceived was not due to their faith, but to a 450 2, 2 | sentiments, and that it is due to their simplicity, it 451 2, 3 | time ~according to other due circumstances, in respect 452 2, 3 | we would deprive God of due honor, or ~our neighbor 453 2, 4 | intellect, it ~has not its due perfection as regards the 454 2, 5 | intellect to assent, may be due to two causes. First, ~through 455 2, 6 | deformed through lacking ~its due form, so too is faith called 456 2, 6 | when it lacks ~the form due to it. Now the deformed 457 2, 6 | thus privation of the due equilibrium of the humors 458 2, 6 | intrinsic form, viz. the due commensuration of the act' 459 2, 6 | not only privation of a due ~form, but also a contrary 460 2, 10 | GENERAL (TWELVE ARTICLES)~In due sequence we must consider 461 2, 10 | a greater punishment is due to ~believers than to unbelievers, 462 2, 12 | member and part loses its due disposition, so when the 463 2, 12 | strives to hinder the honor due to God, and this ~is perfect 464 2, 14 | two ~ways. Sometimes it is due to the fact that a man's 465 2, 14 | whereas sometimes ~it is due to the mind being more busy 466 2, 15 | precept is about something due and ~necessary. Now it is 467 2, 16 | good and to ~attain its due rule.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[17] 468 2, 16 | attaining, by hoping, the ~due rule, viz. God. Consequently 469 2, 17 | but both these things are due to the change in their respective 470 2, 17 | to obtain happiness, is due to ~a fault of the free 471 2, 18 | although originally ~this is due to the demerit of sin: thus 472 2, 19 | obtaining, or which was not due to be obtained by ~him; 473 2, 19 | grievous. For unbelief is due to a man not ~believing 474 2, 19 | great account, is chiefly due to ~our affections being 475 2, 19 | himself or by another, is due to his being over ~downcast, 476 2, 21 | precept concerning the honor due to parents, but not a ~prohibition 477 2, 21 | decalogue, and afterwards, in due ~sequence, in the secondary 478 2, 22 | moves all things to their due ends, ~bestowed on each 479 2, 22 | are regulated by ~their due rule and measure. Wherefore 480 2, 22 | the aspect of the ~legal due, whereas friendship considers 481 2, 22 | being ~regulated by the due rule, it must needs be that 482 2, 22 | good, because it lacks its due ~order to the last end.~ 483 2, 22 | or chastity, without that due ~ordering to the end, which 484 2, 23 | and this punishment is due on account of sin.~Aquin.: 485 2, 24 | honored." Now the honor due to God, which is known as " 486 2, 24 | distinct from the honor due to a creature, and known 487 2, 24 | Mt. 1:2. Now ~hope is so due to God that it is reprehensible 488 2, 24 | Therefore charity ~is so due to God, as not to extend 489 2, 24 | demons are useful to us is due not to their ~intention 490 2, 25 | object, but its ~intensity is due to the lover.~Aquin.: SMT 491 2, 25 | precept about the honor due to our parents (Ex. 20:12). 492 2, 25 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: The debt due to a principle is submission 493 2, 25 | and ~honor, whereas that due to the effect is one of 494 2, 25 | is given, greater love is due. Now a ~mother loves her 495 2, 25 | everyone to ~have what is due to him according to Divine 496 2, 26 | meritorious, because a reward is due to it for its own ~sake, 497 2, 27 | infinite; and this is condignly due to ~the infinite goodness 498 2, 27 | capable of the joy condignly ~due to God, it follows that 499 2, 28 | turns man away from his due end by making him place 500 2, 29 | he gives either as being due, or as ~not due. But a benefit


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