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1 1, 1 | place of a definition, in regard to whatever is ~treated 2 1, 1 | to be borne in mind, in regard to the philosophical sciences, 3 1, 2 | in us, as we can see in regard to first principles. ~But 4 1, 2 | to all; as is clear with regard to the first ~principles 5 1, 2 | is especially the case in regard to ~God, because, in order 6 1, 2 | been already ~proved in regard to efficient causes. Therefore 7 1, 3 | the formal constituent in regard to the individualizing matter. 8 1, 7 | absolutely infinite. For with regard to infinite as applied to 9 1, 14 | The habit of knowledge may regard many ~things at once; but 10 1, 14 | distinction holds good with ~regard to forms that are separable 11 1, 16 | just as the intellect with regard to ~complex things can be 12 1, 16 | to things, so also with regard to simple ~things; and this 13 1, 16 | says (Metaph. vi) that with regard to ~simple things and "what 14 1, 17 | can be ~called true, in regard to that which is becoming 15 1, 17 | informed; but may fail with regard to something ~consequent 16 1, 18 | their inherent nature, with ~regard only to executing the movements 17 1, 18 | that is, not only ~with regard to executing the movement, 18 1, 18 | it moves itself, yet with regard to other things it must 19 1, 19 | God is indifferent with regard to ~anything, it follows 20 1, 19 | to the conclusion ~with regard to the understanding.~Aquin.: 21 1, 19 | sometimes denominated with regard to the ~divine will, as 22 1, 19 | to evil, operation with regard to good. ~Whilst as to future 23 1, 19 | divine will. Hence with regard to evil, ~only one expression 24 1, 20 | the will and appetite that regard good ~must naturally be 25 1, 20 | naturally be prior to those that regard evil; thus, for instance, ~ 26 1, 20 | will and appetite ~that regard good under some special 27 1, 20 | condition, as joy and delight regard ~good present and possessed; 28 1, 20 | whereas desire and hope regard good not as ~yet possessed. 29 1, 20 | to have loved ~more, in regard to a certain promptness 30 1, 21 | But good does not always regard ~act; since a thing is called 31 1, 22 | towards an end whether in regard to oneself - as for instance, 32 1, 22 | the end of ~life--or in regard to others subject to him, 33 1, 22 | to that cause; but if we regard the universal ~cause, outside 34 1, 23 | a part of providence, in regard ~to those ordained to eternal 35 1, 23 | a part of ~providence in regard to those who turn aside 36 1, 23 | predestination has in this way, in ~regard to its effect, the goodness 37 1, 23 | consider concerning God in regard to the whole universe, which 38 1, 23 | of the ~elect, in whose regard "all things work together 39 1, 24 | book of life does not only regard the life of ~glory of the 40 1, 24 | of life is so called in regard to divine life; and not 41 1, 24 | divine life; and not only in regard to ~the life of the predestined.~ 42 1, 24 | predestination does not regard the life of ~grace, except 43 1, 24 | altogether is only so called in regard to the life of glory.~Aquin.: 44 1, 24 | natural to God; whence in His regard there is no election, and 45 1, 25 | speaking of an infinity in regard ~to matter not limited by 46 1, 25 | possible; so, also, if we regard the immutability of the 47 1, 26 | beatitude belongs to God?~(2) In regard to what is God called blessed; 48 1, 26 | called blessed; does this regard His act of ~intellect?~( 49 1, 26 | is said to be in ~God in regard to His essence, because 50 1, 26 | is said to be in God in regard to His essence, and not 51 1, 28 | refers to another. Such regard ~to another exists sometimes 52 1, 28 | body a certain respect in regard to the ~centre and the same 53 1, 28 | Sometimes, however, this ~regard to another, signified by 54 1, 28 | inherent, but ~only as denoting regard to another. Nevertheless 55 1, 28 | logical ~relation only, if in regard to absolutely the same thing; 56 1, 28 | in relation is meant that regard to its opposite which is 57 1, 28 | creatures involves not only ~a regard to another, but also something 58 1, 28 | however, necessarily means regard of one to ~another, according 59 1, 28 | other by reason of their regard to things, as ~above stated. 60 1, 28 | can be ~understood only in regard to those actions according 61 1, 29 | Father, for person is said in regard to Himself, and ~not in 62 1, 29 | to Himself, and ~not in regard to the Son."~Aquin.: SMT 63 1, 31 | itself does not express regard to another.~Aquin.: SMT 64 1, 33 | God first, as importing regard of one ~Person to another 65 1, 33 | Person, before it imports the regard of God to ~creatures.~Aquin.: 66 1, 36 | something from a principle, in regard to that principle: but in 67 1, 39 | and not of the lower in regard to a ~higher species: because 68 1, 39 | is considered firstly in regard to the Son: for that the ~ 69 1, 41 | loves Himself; whereas in regard to things other than Himself, ~ 70 1, 41 | God. And therefore with regard to those actions in respect 71 1, 41 | personally. Wherefore, ~with regard to these actions we cannot 72 1, 41 | But in God ~principle in regard to Person is said notionally. 73 1, 41 | 5~The first reason is in regard to the relations by which 74 1, 41 | argument is similar ~in regard to the other persons.~Aquin.: 75 1, 42 | another: firstly, ~with regard to equality and likeness; 76 1, 42 | likeness; secondly, with regard to mission. ~Concerning 77 1, 42 | quantity is measured both in regard to being and in regard to 78 1, 42 | in regard to being and in regard to action: in ~regard to 79 1, 42 | in regard to action: in ~regard to being, forasmuch as things 80 1, 42 | longer duration; and in regard to action, forasmuch as 81 1, 44 | take place in bodies in regard to essential ~forms. Such 82 1, 45 | is the trace ascribed in ~regard to those three things.~Aquin.: 83 1, 48 | genera not simply, but in ~regard to contraries; because, 84 1, 49 | man as man - that is, in regard to reason; ~and more men 85 1, 49 | and more men seek good in regard to the senses than good 86 1, 50 | been various opinions with regard to the ~number of the separate 87 1, 50 | such excess is observed in regard to their magnitude, so in 88 1, 50 | incorporeal is it observed in regard to their multitude. We see, 89 1, 52 | contained; as air with ~regard to water (Phys. iv, text 90 1, 52 | for ~determining in his regard one indivisible place as 91 1, 53 | is clearly evident with regard to places which are ~indivisible; 92 1, 54 | matter is a potentiality in regard to ~substantial being itself, 93 1, 54 | becomes actuated in their regard when it apprehends them, 94 1, 54 | only in potentiality, with regard to such ~things as they 95 1, 54 | be in potentiality with regard to ~things which are naturally 96 1, 54 | angel to be enlightened with regard to ~supernatural mysteries, 97 1, 56 | knowledge of the angels with regard to the ~objects known by 98 1, 57 | perfections and acts in regard to that intellect.~Aquin.: 99 1, 58 | never in potentiality with regard to the things to which his 100 1, 58 | intelligible ~species. But with regard to things divinely revealed 101 1, 58 | be in potentiality with ~regard to things learnt by natural 102 1, 58 | the ~vision of God with regard to fresh revelations, which 103 1, 58 | source of ~knowledge with regard to everything belonging 104 1, 58 | they can be misled with regard to supernatural matters; 105 1, 59 | will be not determined with regard to things beneath him; ~ 106 1, 59 | virtue of hope does not regard; since the ~object of hope 107 1, 60 | But the same thing, with regard to the same, cannot be both 108 1, 60 | because every creature in ~regard to its entire being naturally 109 1, 62 | as Augustine holds with ~regard to the formation of corporeal 110 1, 62 | tendency to opposites ~with regard to God Himself, Whom they 111 1, 62 | beatitude, yet, in his own regard he is in the highest degree, ~ 112 1, 62 | angels ~can be increased with regard to the salvation of such 113 1, 63 | MALICE OF THE ANGELS WITH REGARD TO SIN (NINE ARTICLES)~In 114 1, 63 | evil: first of all ~with regard to the evil of fault; and 115 1, 63 | is affected except with regard to ~something which is in 116 1, 63 | especially evident with regard to primary concepts, ~"which 117 1, 63 | Philosopher is speaking with regard to men, in whom ~evil comes 118 1, 64 | same is ~not manifest with regard to ourselves, comes from 119 1, 66 | beings in ~potentiality with regard to place, though not to 120 1, 67 | kinds of formlessness, in regard to the ~corporeal creature. 121 1, 69 | for it has been proved in regard to the Red Sea, that ~the 122 1, 70 | falls to the ground if we regard the firmament made ~on the 123 1, 70 | great, not so ~much with regard to their dimensions as to 124 1, 70 | are of service to man, in regard to sight, which directs 125 1, 70 | are superior to them with regard to their ~respective forms, 126 1, 75 | being in potentiality with ~regard to the intelligible species.~ 127 1, 76 | act of understanding, in regard, that ~is, of one intelligible 128 1, 76 | divers forms of things with ~regard to the same eye, there are 129 1, 76 | knowers; as is apparent in regard to the senses; ~for several 130 1, 76 | Aristotle (De Anima ii, 2), with regard to ~those parts of the soul 131 1, 76 | parts of the body. But with regard to the intellectual part, 132 1, 76 | more ~perfect forms with regard to the imperfect.~Aquin.: 133 1, 76 | is in potentiality with regard to contraries, and is ~able 134 1, 76 | with knowledge and power in regard to fixed ~particular things. 135 1, 76 | part of ~the body, with regard to each of its powers; but 136 1, 76 | of its powers; but with regard to sight, it ~is in the 137 1, 76 | is in the eye; and with regard to hearing, it is in the 138 1, 77 | one sensitive power with regard to color, ~namely, the sight, 139 1, 77 | sight, and another with regard to sound, namely, hearing. 140 1, 77 | logically; as the end is with ~regard to the agent. And the object, 141 1, 77 | power of the soul does not regard the nature of the contrary 142 1, 77 | contraries; as sight does not regard ~white as such, but as color. 143 1, 77 | the sensitive powers with regard to the intellectual. But ~ 144 1, 77 | per se" accident; for with regard to the ~extraneous accident, 145 1, 77 | powers are principles with regard ~to the others; thus the 146 1, 77 | something material with regard to the ~intelligence. On 147 1, 39 | and not of the lower in regard to a ~higher species: because 148 1, 39 | is considered firstly in regard to the Son: for that the ~ 149 1, 41 | loves Himself; whereas in regard to things other than Himself, ~ 150 1, 41 | God. And therefore with regard to those actions in respect 151 1, 41 | personally. Wherefore, ~with regard to these actions we cannot 152 1, 41 | But in God ~principle in regard to Person is said notionally. 153 1, 41 | 5~The first reason is in regard to the relations by which 154 1, 41 | argument is similar ~in regard to the other persons.~Aquin.: 155 1, 42 | another: firstly, ~with regard to equality and likeness; 156 1, 42 | likeness; secondly, with regard to mission. ~Concerning 157 1, 42 | quantity is measured both in regard to being and in regard to 158 1, 42 | in regard to being and in regard to action: in ~regard to 159 1, 42 | in regard to action: in ~regard to being, forasmuch as things 160 1, 42 | longer duration; and in regard to action, forasmuch as 161 1, 45 | take place in bodies in regard to essential ~forms. Such 162 1, 46 | is the trace ascribed in ~regard to those three things.~Aquin.: 163 1, 49 | genera not simply, but in ~regard to contraries; because, 164 1, 50 | man as man - that is, in regard to reason; ~and more men 165 1, 50 | and more men seek good in regard to the senses than good 166 1, 51 | been various opinions with regard to the ~number of the separate 167 1, 51 | such excess is observed in regard to their magnitude, so in 168 1, 51 | incorporeal is it observed in regard to their multitude. We see, 169 1, 53 | contained; as air with ~regard to water (Phys. iv, text 170 1, 53 | for ~determining in his regard one indivisible place as 171 1, 54 | is clearly evident with regard to places which are ~indivisible; 172 1, 55 | matter is a potentiality in regard to ~substantial being itself, 173 1, 55 | becomes actuated in their regard when it apprehends them, 174 1, 55 | only in potentiality, with regard to such ~things as they 175 1, 55 | be in potentiality with regard to ~things which are naturally 176 1, 55 | angel to be enlightened with regard to ~supernatural mysteries, 177 1, 57 | knowledge of the angels with regard to the ~objects known by 178 1, 58 | perfections and acts in regard to that intellect.~Aquin.: 179 1, 59 | never in potentiality with regard to the things to which his 180 1, 59 | intelligible ~species. But with regard to things divinely revealed 181 1, 59 | be in potentiality with ~regard to things learnt by natural 182 1, 59 | the ~vision of God with regard to fresh revelations, which 183 1, 59 | source of ~knowledge with regard to everything belonging 184 1, 59 | they can be misled with regard to supernatural matters; 185 1, 60 | will be not determined with regard to things beneath him; ~ 186 1, 60 | virtue of hope does not regard; since the ~object of hope 187 1, 61 | But the same thing, with regard to the same, cannot be both 188 1, 61 | because every creature in ~regard to its entire being naturally 189 1, 63 | as Augustine holds with ~regard to the formation of corporeal 190 1, 63 | tendency to opposites ~with regard to God Himself, Whom they 191 1, 63 | beatitude, yet, in his own regard he is in the highest degree, ~ 192 1, 63 | angels ~can be increased with regard to the salvation of such 193 1, 64 | MALICE OF THE ANGELS WITH REGARD TO SIN (NINE ARTICLES)~In 194 1, 64 | evil: first of all ~with regard to the evil of fault; and 195 1, 64 | is affected except with regard to ~something which is in 196 1, 64 | especially evident with regard to primary concepts, ~"which 197 1, 64 | Philosopher is speaking with regard to men, in whom ~evil comes 198 1, 65 | same is ~not manifest with regard to ourselves, comes from 199 1, 67 | beings in ~potentiality with regard to place, though not to 200 1, 68 | kinds of formlessness, in regard to the ~corporeal creature. 201 1, 70 | for it has been proved in regard to the Red Sea, that ~the 202 1, 71 | falls to the ground if we regard the firmament made ~on the 203 1, 71 | great, not so ~much with regard to their dimensions as to 204 1, 71 | are of service to man, in regard to sight, which directs 205 1, 71 | are superior to them with regard to their ~respective forms, 206 1, 74 | being in potentiality with ~regard to the intelligible species.~ 207 1, 75 | act of understanding, in regard, that ~is, of one intelligible 208 1, 75 | divers forms of things with ~regard to the same eye, there are 209 1, 75 | knowers; as is apparent in regard to the senses; ~for several 210 1, 75 | Aristotle (De Anima ii, 2), with regard to ~those parts of the soul 211 1, 75 | parts of the body. But with regard to the intellectual part, 212 1, 75 | more ~perfect forms with regard to the imperfect.~Aquin.: 213 1, 75 | is in potentiality with regard to contraries, and is ~able 214 1, 75 | with knowledge and power in regard to fixed ~particular things. 215 1, 75 | part of ~the body, with regard to each of its powers; but 216 1, 75 | of its powers; but with regard to sight, it ~is in the 217 1, 75 | is in the eye; and with regard to hearing, it is in the 218 1, 76 | one sensitive power with regard to color, ~namely, the sight, 219 1, 76 | sight, and another with regard to sound, namely, hearing. 220 1, 76 | logically; as the end is with ~regard to the agent. And the object, 221 1, 76 | power of the soul does not regard the nature of the contrary 222 1, 76 | contraries; as sight does not regard ~white as such, but as color. 223 1, 76 | the sensitive powers with regard to the intellectual. But ~ 224 1, 76 | per se" accident; for with regard to the ~extraneous accident, 225 1, 76 | powers are principles with regard ~to the others; thus the 226 1, 76 | something material with regard to the ~intelligence. On 227 1, 77 | powers have an operation ~in regard not merely to that which 228 1, 77 | namely, the "sensitive" in regard to the less ~common object - 229 1, 77 | and the "intellectual," in regard to ~the most common object - 230 1, 78 | is in potentiality with regard to things intelligible, 231 1, 78 | intellect is a passive power in regard to the ~whole universal 232 1, 78 | vegetative power is active in regard to ~some particular thing, 233 1, 78 | potentiality and in act with regard to the same thing. If, therefore, 234 1, 78 | the nature of agents in regard to the passivity ~of the 235 1, 78 | said of something ~with regard to a fixed time. Memory, 236 1, 78 | viii, 2), ~"rational powers regard opposite things." But "synderesis" 237 1, 78 | But "synderesis" does not ~regard opposites, but inclines 238 1, 79 | object. Therefore, with regard to this object which is 239 1, 79 | ii, 4) that hatred can regard a ~universal, as when "we 240 1, 81 | the ultimate end does not regard those actions of which we 241 1, 81 | relatively as it is such with regard to something else. If therefore 242 1, 81 | will be considered with regard to themselves, then the ~ 243 1, 81 | end moves the powers which regard ~particular ends. And we 244 1, 82 | well or ill disposed with regard to actions and passions" ~( 245 1, 82 | wherefore the will is said to regard the end, which is ~desired 246 1, 83 | the acts of the soul in regard to the ~intellectual and 247 1, 83 | supply the place of matter in regard to the body's action; ~for 248 1, 83 | And he held the same in ~regard to all the operations of 249 1, 84 | matter in such a way as to regard the species as not existing 250 1, 84 | sensitive part. One, in ~regard of impression only, and 251 1, 84 | of a formal principle in regard to the singulars: for the ~ 252 1, 84 | proper object, as ~sight in regard to color; has accidentally 253 1, 84 | reasoning. ~Therefore, also in regard to those propositions, which 254 1, 84 | is in the intellect in ~regard to composition and division. 255 1, 84 | Secondly, this occurs in ~regard to the lower powers of which 256 1, 86 | it is verified in ~their regard, and not in regard of other 257 1, 86 | their regard, and not in regard of other substances, as 258 1, 87 | it is wholly so united in regard ~to one intelligible object, 259 1, 87 | object, or two; but rather in regard to all ~intelligible objects. 260 1, 90 | much needs be the case with regard to touch; for the ~medium 261 1, 92 | every part, as God is in regard to the whole world. In these 262 1, 93 | Lib. Arb. iii, 18): "To regard what ~is true as false, 263 1, 94 | But those passions which ~regard present good, as joy and 264 1, 94 | as joy and love; or which regard future good to be ~had at 265 1, 94 | relating to passions which regard evil in the same ~subject, 266 1, 95 | of natural instinct, in regard to ~certain particular acts; 267 1, 95 | Therefore certain things in regard to animals could be ~done 268 1, 95 | have been tame, not only in regard ~to man, but also in regard 269 1, 95 | regard ~to man, but also in regard to other animals. But this 270 1, 95 | as appears even now in regard to domestic animals, since 271 1, 100 | them, but only nescience in regard to ~certain matters. Such 272 1, 101 | fitting abode for man ~in regard only to his beatitude. Wherefore 273 1, 101 | have a certain fitness in regard to spiritual ~substances. 274 1, 102 | two things; first, with regard to this, that God is good; 275 1, 102 | good; and secondly, with regard ~to this, that God is the 276 1, 102 | providence ~considered in regard to one particular cause, 277 1, 103 | This argument holds in regard to that preservation which ~ 278 1, 107 | xxxiv in ~Evang.) seems to regard more the exterior ministrations; 279 1, 107 | immovable strength"; first, in regard of those Divine operations ~ 280 1, 107 | befit them; secondly, in regard to receiving Divine gifts. 281 1, 107 | Hier. vii) expounds in regard to four things: the ~perfect 282 1, 107 | the Divine order; and in regard to ~the fact that possessing 283 1, 110 | Mt. 1:20;[2]:13,[19] in regard to the angel who appeared 284 1, 111 | Essence immediately; in regard to which all, even those 285 1, 112 | salvation of each one in his own regard. Hence individual ~angels 286 1, 112 | comprehensor, although in regard to His passible body, He ~ 287 1, 112 | of Divine providence in regard to man. Now it is evident ~ 288 1, 112 | the Divine judgments in regard to various kingdoms and 289 1, 113 | good. On the other hand, in regard to the angels, both ~their 290 1, 113 | such like pleasures; with regard to ~which many disorders 291 1, 114 | material dispositions in regard to the substantial forms 292 1, 115 | meeting of the two servants in regard to ~themselves is by chance; 293 1, 115 | in two ways: firstly, in regard to the second causes, which ~ 294 1, 115 | or ordered; secondly, in regard to the first principle, ~ 295 1, 115 | that fate, considered in regard to second causes, ~is changeable; 296 1, 116 | general) and secondly in ~regard to the propagation of man 297 1, 116 | teacher does nothing in regard to a disciple save to ~propose 298 1, 118 | from animals and plants in ~regard to the vegetative soul, 299 1, 118 | certain common virtue in regard to all the parts ~of the 300 2, 1 | clear from the fact that in ~regard to one and the same end, 301 2, 2 | surpasses all other animals in regard to happiness. ~But in bodily 302 2, 2 | has a certain ~infinity in regard to the body and those parts 303 2, 3 | Para. 2/2~Consequently in regard to this perfect happiness, 304 2, 3 | But the first mover in regard to operations is the ~will: 305 2, 3 | is evidently the case in regard to sensible ends. For if 306 2, 3 | may be answered that, in regard to ~the principal thing 307 2, 6 | voluntary in two ways. First, in regard to action, for instance, 308 2, 7 | additional condition. Thus, ~in regard to the object, it is not 309 2, 7 | same is to be said with regard to the circumstance ~"what"; 310 2, 7 | holds the foremost place in regard to each ~thing, is its cause 311 2, 8 | Para. 1/3 - OF THE WILL, IN REGARD TO WHAT IT WILLS (THREE 312 2, 8 | we speak of the will in regard to its act, then, properly ~ 313 2, 8 | speak of understanding ~with regard to things known through 314 2, 8 | him. The same happens in ~regard to the intellect: for at 315 2, 9 | in two ways: first, with regard to acting and not acting; ~ 316 2, 9 | acting; ~secondly, with regard to this or that action. 317 2, 10 | principle. This is evident in regard to the ~intellect: for the 318 2, 10 | other like things ~which regard the natural well-being; 319 2, 10 | results from, movement, in regard to natural things, is not 320 2, 11 | this is ~possible, even in regard to a thing which is not 321 2, 12 | volition, or ~enjoyment; with regard to the means, it is choice, 322 2, 12 | is an act of the will in regard to the end. Now ~the will 323 2, 13 | AN ACT OF THE WILL WITH REGARD TO THE MEANS (SIX ~ARTICLES)~ 324 2, 13 | the acts of the will with regard to the means. ~There are 325 2, 13 | one of them is formal in regard to the other. Hence ~Gregory 326 2, 13 | exercise no action in their regard. ~Therefore choice is not 327 2, 13 | the end, so does choice regard ~the means. Now the end 328 2, 13 | that choice is always in regard to human acts.~Aquin.: SMT 329 2, 13 | every act of choosing is ~in regard to something that seems 330 2, 14 | moved to take ~counsel in regard to the means). And therefore, 331 2, 14 | that what is the end in regard to ~some things, is ordained 332 2, 14 | or hinder but little with regard to ~the end aimed at; and 333 2, 15 | IS AN ACT OF THE WILL IN REGARD TO THE MEANS (FOUR ~ARTICLES) ~ 334 2, 16 | IS AN ACT OF THE WILL IN REGARD TO THE MEANS (FOUR ARTICLES)~ 335 2, 16 | would seem that use can regard also the last end. For ~ 336 2, 16 | some good in money. ~But in regard to the individual, the obtaining 337 2, 17 | the position of matter in regard to the act of a higher ~ 338 2, 17 | mover is as the form in ~regard to the act of its instrument. 339 2, 18 | else, and hence in their regard we must consider their being 340 2, 18 | thing which suits it in regard to its form; and evil, ~ 341 2, 18 | of the will is formal in regard to that ~which is on the 342 2, 18 | considered formally with regard to the end, but ~materially 343 2, 18 | end, but ~materially with regard to the object of the external 344 2, 18 | intention of ~the reason, in regard to which moral actions receive 345 2, 18 | specifically good. Thus a ~man in regard to his species is neither 346 2, 18 | a circumstance does not ~regard a special order of reason 347 2, 18 | small quantity, does not regard the order of reason in respect ~ 348 2, 18 | thing is not changed in ~regard to its species of color. 349 2, 18 | malice in itself, but ~in regard to some other condition 350 2, 19 | goodness of the will in regard to the means, depends on ~ 351 2, 19 | good and evil of themselves regard the will; just as truth ~ 352 2, 19 | as truth ~and falsehood regard reason; the act of which 353 2, 19 | other ~powers. Hence, in regard to the act of the will, 354 2, 19 | perfected by prudence. Now in regard to the means, the rectitude 355 2, 19 | 1/4 ~I answer that, In regard to both the act, and the 356 2, 19 | quantity in the intention. With regard to the external act this ~ 357 2, 19 | obstacles that may supervene in regard to the exterior action, 358 2, 19 | On the ~other hand, with regard to the interior act of the 359 2, 19 | of justice. Wherefore in regard to such things it ~suffices 360 2, 20 | in two ~ways. First, in regard to their genus, and the 361 2, 20 | malice of ~itself, i.e. in regard to its matter and circumstances, 362 2, 20 | necessary. But right ~reason in regard to the very end of a virtue 363 2, 23 | Therefore whatever passions regard good ~or evil absolutely, 364 2, 23 | whereas those passions which regard ~good or bad as arduous, 365 2, 24 | passions what has been ~said in regard to acts (Q[18], AA[5],6; 366 2, 24 | of moral good in them, in regard to the soul's passions.~ 367 2, 25 | The concupiscible passions regard the absolute good, ~while 368 2, 25 | while the irascible passions regard a restricted, viz. the difficult, ~ 369 2, 25 | the other passions that regard good or evil, present or 370 2, 25 | so far as they seem to regard the same object, viz. some 371 2, 27 | Consequently those senses ~chiefly regard the beautiful, which are 372 2, 27 | This is most evident in regard to the sciences, which ~ 373 2, 28 | friendship can be ~understood in regard to reciprocal love: inasmuch 374 2, 28 | formal ~element, i.e. in regard to the appetite. But in 375 2, 29 | Q[26], A[1]). Now, ~with regard to the natural appetite, 376 2, 29 | hates himself. Secondly, in regard to himself, to ~whom he 377 2, 29 | the sensitive faculty ~can regard something universally: because 378 2, 29 | for instance, a wolf in regard to a sheep. Hence a sheep 379 2, 29 | of the intellect, it can regard the ~universal in both ways.~ 380 2, 30 | while the difference in regard ~to its active power causes 381 2, 30 | evil, as concupiscence in regard to ~good. But since, like 382 2, 30 | called hope or fear, which regard good and evil as arduous.~ 383 2, 31 | we have observed above in regard to ~concupiscences (Q[30], 384 2, 31 | natural to man, ~either in regard to reason, or in regard 385 2, 31 | regard to reason, or in regard to the preservation of the 386 2, 31 | this is impossible with regard to the ~good of virtue, 387 2, 32 | being ~generated in its regard, forasmuch as generation 388 2, 32 | more ~perfect pleasures regard things that are unchangeable. 389 2, 32 | 12). But hope and memory regard what is absent: since memory 390 2, 32 | love, which makes a man to regard his friend as ~one with 391 2, 32 | doing good: and in this ~regard, doing good to another becomes 392 2, 33 | affection of appetite in regard to that ~which pleases it. 393 2, 34 | such a man: and so too with regard to ~pleasure.~Aquin.: SMT 394 2, 34 | make it better: whereas in regard to other goods, it is universally 395 2, 34 | architect of the end."], in regard to which, we say ~absolutely 396 2, 35 | aspect ~of good or evil in regard to the being to which it 397 2, 35 | Consequently sorrow can regard present, past and future: 398 2, 35 | external sense, can only regard ~something present.~Aquin.: 399 2, 35 | contrary to one another in regard to their ~effects: since 400 2, 35 | as we remarked above in ~regard to natural movement. But 401 2, 35 | that cause pain; but in regard to ~the various ways in 402 2, 36 | not ~follow that they all regard chiefly that which the cause 403 2, 36 | appetitive movements that regard good, are ~reckoned as causing 404 2, 36 | appetitive movements that regard evil.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[36] 405 2, 37 | of learning especially in regard to those ~things by which 406 2, 37 | body is ~more intense in regard to its contrary; for instance, 407 2, 37 | the ~latter is greater in regard to the formal element of 408 2, 37 | body: as ~is evident with regard to the images of colors, 409 2, 38 | whereas sleep and baths regard the body. Therefore ~they 410 2, 40 | future; for hope does not regard that which is present and 411 2, 40 | approach and withdrawal with regard to the same term; and is 412 2, 40 | is how despair stands in regard to ~this object, wherefore 413 2, 40 | OBJ 2: Despair does not regard evil as such; sometimes 414 2, 40 | I answer that, Hope can regard two things. For it regards 415 2, 41 | secondly, daring. ~With regard to fear, four things must 416 2, 41 | shamefacedness, and shame, which regard our ~own actions, should 417 2, 41 | But amazement and stupor regard ~great and unwonted things, 418 2, 42 | Para. 2/5~It can, however, regard good also, in so far as 419 2, 42 | good; so also does fear regard two things, namely, ~the 420 2, 42 | mind." Therefore fear can regard evil of sin.~Aquin.: SMT 421 2, 44 | inner parts takes place in regard ~to the body.~Aquin.: SMT 422 2, 45 | as possible. Such things regard either our own power, as 423 2, 45 | and the like; or ~they regard the powers of others, such 424 2, 45 | with whom it is well ~in regard to godlike things," as the 425 2, 46 | love and ~hatred sometimes regard but one object, as when 426 2, 46 | instancing a miser with regard to riches. Hence it is written ~( 427 2, 47 | evils. Hence anger ceases in regard to all who are grievously 428 2, 48 | This argument holds in regard to pleasure caused by the ~ 429 2, 49 | relation [se habet] ~either in regard to itself, or in regard 430 2, 49 | regard to itself, or in regard to something else.~Aquin.: 431 2, 49 | that "to have," as said in regard ~to anything that is "had," 432 2, 49 | thing has a relation in regard ~to itself or to something 433 2, 49 | ill, and this, either ~in regard to itself or in regard to 434 2, 49 | in regard to itself or in regard to another: thus health 435 2, 49 | ill." ~But this happens in regard to any quality: for a thing 436 2, 49 | well ~or ill disposed in regard also to shape, and in like 437 2, 49 | and in like manner, in regard to ~heat and cold, and in 438 2, 49 | to ~heat and cold, and in regard to all such things. Therefore 439 2, 49 | natural qualities, some regard a thing in the ~point of 440 2, 49 | of quality: while others regard a thing which is in act; ~ 441 2, 49 | accidental being may be ~taken in regard to the very nature of the 442 2, 49 | nature of the subject, or in regard to ~action, and passion 443 2, 49 | matter and form; or again in regard to quantity. If we take 444 2, 49 | determination of the subject in regard to quantity, we shall then 445 2, 49 | determination of the subject, in regard to action or ~passion, is 446 2, 49 | determination of the subject, in regard ~to the nature of the thing, 447 2, 49 | which is the end. So in regard to shape, or heat, or cold, ~ 448 2, 49 | nature of a thing, with regard to its suitability or ~unsuitability. 449 2, 49 | the contrary happens in ~regard to qualities, by reason 450 2, 49 | belong to habit, both in ~regard to the nature of habit, 451 2, 49 | nature of habit, and in regard to the subject in which 452 2, 49 | which the ~habit is. In regard to the nature of habit, 453 2, 49 | or ill disposed either in regard to itself, that is to ~its 454 2, 49 | is to ~its nature, or in regard to something else, that 455 2, 49 | state of potentiality ~in regard to something else, be capable 456 2, 49 | state of potentiality ~in regard to something else, but in 457 2, 49 | to something else, but in regard to that only, there we find 458 2, 49 | needs to be disposed in regard to the form by some disposition. ~ 459 2, 50 | change does not occur in regard to like habits and ~dispositions, 460 2, 50 | well or ill disposed in regard to something. ~Aquin.: SMT 461 2, 50 | well or ill ~disposed in regard to something, as is said ( 462 2, 50 | human intellect differ with ~regard to this habit. For the human 463 2, 50 | intelligible species in regard to ~its proper operation: 464 2, 50 | were in potentiality in regard to that Pure Act. Wherefore ~ 465 2, 51 | nature. This happens with regard to the ~specific nature, 466 2, 51 | and in like manner with regard to other such ~principles. 467 2, 51 | itself. For instance, with ~regard to the angels, it cannot 468 2, 51 | agents; not indeed with regard to the first active principle, 469 2, 51 | active principle, but ~with regard to that principle of the 470 2, 51 | what should be ~willed in regard to various aspects and circumstances. 471 2, 51 | memory and imagination. With regard then to ~the former passive 472 2, 51 | intellect is concerned. But with regard to the lower ~apprehensive 473 2, 55 | is considered chiefly in regard to its end. But the ~end 474 2, 55 | as fixed by reason, with regard to which ~Dionysius says ( 475 2, 56 | the work ~good except in regard to a certain aptness, nor 476 2, 56 | man be rightly disposed in regard to the principles of this ~ 477 2, 56 | things to be done, that is in regard to their ends, to which ~ 478 2, 56 | perfects the intellect in regard to ~the knowledge of truth, 479 2, 56 | intention of the end in regard to the passions of the soul, 480 2, 57 | the first causes. But in regard to that which is last in 481 2, 57 | work; since it does not regard ~the appetite; whereas prudence 482 2, 57 | man be well disposed with regard to the ends: and this depends 483 2, 58 | provided he have it with regard to those things which have ~ 484 2, 58 | be rightly disposed ~in regard to the universal principles 485 2, 58 | be ~rightly disposed with regard to the particular principles 486 2, 60 | justice, especially in regard to commutations. For it 487 2, 60 | megaloprepeia}]. ~With regard to that good which we call 488 2, 60 | as being pleasant in his regard, by becoming ~speech and 489 2, 62 | the good hoped ~for. With regard to this, love always precedes 490 2, 62 | to obtain some good. With regard to ~this, hope precedes 491 2, 63 | 1/6~I answer that, With regard to corporeal forms, it has 492 2, 63 | 2/6~In like manner with regard to sciences and virtues, 493 2, 63 | perfected by infused virtues in regard to other ~things, yet in 494 2, 64 | appetitive part of the soul in regard to some ~determinate matter: 495 2, 64 | observes the mean fixed, in our regard, by reason."~Aquin.: SMT 496 2, 64 | in the passions, with due regard to us, who are moved ~in 497 2, 65 | state, in other words, with regard to those things which have 498 2, 65 | himself by good deeds in ~regard to one matter, but not in 499 2, 65 | to one matter, but not in regard to another, for instance, 500 2, 65 | virtues which perfect man with regard to some ~eminent state,


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