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1 1, 1 | reason; while other sciences ~consider only those things which 2 1, 2 | division, for we shall ~consider: (1) Whatever concerns the 3 1, 2 | Divine Essence, we must consider: (1) Whether God exists? ~( 4 1, 3 | 2/4~Therefore, we must consider: (1) How He is not; (2) 5 1, 5 | GENERAL (SIX ARTICLES)~We next consider goodness: First, goodness 6 1, 5 | is a being; secondly, we consider in it its ~effective power, 7 1, 5 | human goodness. But if we ~consider the nature of goodness from 8 1, 6 | FOUR ARTICLES)~We next consider the goodness of God; under 9 1, 7 | divine perfection we must consider the divine ~infinity, and 10 1, 7 | Body Para. 2/3~We must consider therefore that a thing is 11 1, 8 | and ~in all things, we now consider whether this belongs to 12 1, 8 | heavens; and He doth not consider our things ~[*Vulg.: 'He 13 1, 8 | things ~[*Vulg.: 'He doth not consider . . . and He walketh,' etc.]" ( 14 1, 9 | GOD (TWO ARTICLES)~We next consider God's immutability, and 15 1, 10 | SIX ARTICLES)~We must now consider the eternity of God, concerning 16 1, 10 | measures in ~themselves, if we consider the end and the beginning 17 1, 10 | to be the case when ~we consider those things of which the 18 1, 11 | After the foregoing, we consider the divine unity; concerning 19 1, 12 | Himself, we now go on to consider in what manner He is in 20 1, 12 | our intellect is able to consider abstractedly what it knows ~ 21 1, 12 | In proof of this we must consider that what is comprehended 22 1, 13 | theasthai}, which means to consider all things." But all these ~ 23 1, 13 | properly communicable, we must consider ~that every form existing 24 1, 14 | the divine knowledge, we consider truth and falsehood. ~Further, 25 1, 14 | understanding. Let us now consider how this is. As was laid 26 1, 14 | other than Himself, we must ~consider that a thing is known in 27 1, 14 | to conclusions ~does not consider both at once; secondly, 28 1, 14 | multiplied; yet, ~if we consider more attentively, we must 29 1, 14 | evidence of this, we must consider that a contingent thing 30 1, 14 | instance, if a builder consider a house by defining and 31 1, 14 | general: for this is to consider ~operable things in a speculative 32 1, 14 | Hence ~if a builder should consider how a house can be made, 33 1, 15 | knowledge of God, it remains to consider ideas. ~And about this there 34 1, 15 | simplicity of God, if we consider that the idea of a ~work 35 1, 16 | In proof of which we must consider that ~when anything is predicated 36 1, 17 | FOUR ARTICLES)~We next consider falsity. About this four 37 1, 18 | knowledge and intellect, we must consider the divine life. About ~ 38 1, 19 | the divine knowledge, we ~consider what belongs to the divine 39 1, 19 | proof of which ~we must consider that, since the will follows 40 1, 19 | proof ~of which we must consider that since an effect is 41 1, 19 | understand this we must consider that everything, in so far 42 1, 19 | On this point ~we must consider that to change the will 43 1, 20 | FOUR ARTICLES)~We next consider those things that pertain 44 1, 20 | like. Hence we shall ~first consider the love of God, and secondly 45 1, 22 | covert; and He doth not consider our things; and He walketh 46 1, 22 | some were persuaded to consider corruptible things - e.g. 47 1, 23 | is said ~(Eccles. 7:14): "Consider the works of God, that no 48 1, 23 | Q[6], A[4]). But if we consider the communication of this 49 1, 23 | 22], A[2]). Let us then ~consider the whole of the human race, 50 1, 23 | of the human race, as we consider the whole universe. ~God 51 1, 23 | the wall. So also must we ~consider concerning God in regard 52 1, 24 | THREE ARTICLES)~We now consider the book of life; concerning 53 1, 25 | thereto, it remains for us to consider the power of God. About ~ 54 1, 25 | things. If, however, we consider the matter ~aright, since 55 1, 26 | intellect. In this we may consider two things, namely, the ~ 56 1, 27 | the doctrine leads us ~to consider firstly, the question of 57 1, 27 | evidence whereof we must consider that the intellect and ~ 58 1, 28 | in proof whereof we may ~consider that in relations alone 59 1, 28 | here expressed, we must consider that in each of ~the nine 60 1, 28 | something outside. So if we ~consider even in creatures, relations 61 1, 29 | Para. 2/4~First, we shall consider the persons absolutely, 62 1, 29 | regards each other. We must consider the persons absolutely first 63 1, 29 | determine the question, we must consider that something may be ~included 64 1, 30 | ARTICLES)~We are now led to consider the plurality of the persons: 65 1, 31 | GOD (FOUR ARTICLES)~We now consider what belongs to the unity 66 1, 31 | Trin. vi, ~9): "We must consider the opinion that the Father 67 1, 32 | becomes evident when we consider each point; for the infinite 68 1, 33 | FATHER (FOUR ARTICLES)~We now consider the persons singly; and 69 1, 33 | the Holy Ghost. Hence to consider it as a term proper to the 70 1, 34 | THREE ARTICLES)~We next consider the person of the Son. Three 71 1, 34 | Hence it remains for us to consider Word and ~Image.~Aquin.: 72 1, 35 | of the relations that we consider either equality or inequality 73 1, 35 | by reason thereof do we ~consider) that similitude which is 74 1, 36 | heats through heat. So if we consider in the Father and the Son 75 1, 36 | the same power. But if we consider the persons themselves ~ 76 1, 36 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: If we consider the spirative power, the 77 1, 36 | common nature. But if we consider the ~"supposita" of the 78 1, 37 | term. Nevertheless we must consider ~them in respect of each 79 1, 37 | the matter clear, we must consider that since a thing is ~commonly 80 1, 39 | question is quite clear if we consider ~the divine simplicity. 81 1, 39 | as Godhead. But when we consider the proper way of expressing 82 1, 39 | God from ~creatures, must consider God according to the mode 83 1, 39 | consideration, whereby we consider God ~absolutely in His being, 84 1, 39 | of dissimilitude if we ~consider what is in creatures. For " 85 1, 40 | PROPERTIES (FOUR ARTICLES)~We now consider the persons in connection 86 1, 40 | multiplied. We must, however, consider that in God, by ~reason 87 1, 41 | ACTS (SIX ARTICLES)~We now consider the persons in reference 88 1, 41 | To see this, we must ~consider that the origin of one thing 89 1, 42 | ARTICLES)~We now have to consider the persons as compared 90 1, 42 | there is nothing for us to consider ~but the essence which they 91 1, 42 | In proof of which we must consider that for a thing which proceeds 92 1, 42 | principle. If, however, we consider the relations of cause and 93 1, 43 | EIGHT ARTICLES)~We next consider the mission of the divine 94 1, 43 | distinguished from procession. If we consider mission as regards the ~ 95 1, 44 | divine persons, we must consider ~the procession of creatures 96 1, 44 | admitted movement, did not consider it ~except as regards certain 97 1, 44 | In proof ~whereof we must consider that if for the production 98 1, 45 | above (Q[44], A[2]), we must consider not only ~the emanation 99 1, 45 | form. For they failed to consider that the form of the natural ~ 100 1, 46 | science. And it is useful to consider ~this, lest anyone, presuming 101 1, 46 | understand ~this we must consider that the efficient cause, 102 1, 48 | SIX ARTICLES)~We must now consider the distinction of things 103 1, 48 | To prove this we must ~consider that good is threefold. 104 1, 49 | Body Para. 2/3~And if we consider the special kinds of causes, 105 1, 49 | because they failed to consider ~the universal cause of 106 1, 50 | CONSIDERED (FIVE ARTICLES)~Now we consider the distinction of corporeal 107 1, 50 | Concerning the angels, we consider first what belongs to their ~ 108 1, 50 | 3/4~Their substance we consider absolutely and in relation 109 1, 50 | can be made evident if ~we consider the nature of material things 110 1, 53 | THREE ARTICLES)~We must next consider the local movement of the 111 1, 57 | for anyone ~actually to consider anything; because a man 112 1, 58 | but ~does not actually consider." In the first way an angel' 113 1, 60 | in evidence, if one but consider ~whither natural movement 114 1, 63 | In the next place we must consider how angels became evil: 115 1, 63 | then, in the angels we ~consider the proneness to sin, it 116 1, 64 | coming ~to us, for they consider that place to be their own; 117 1, 65 | 2/2~First, then, we must consider the work of creation; secondly, 118 1, 65 | this theory as false, and consider that the entire ~universe 119 1, 66 | FOUR ARTICLES)~We must next consider the work of distinction; 120 1, 67 | FOUR ARTICLES)~We must consider next the work of distinction 121 1, 68 | FOUR ARTICLES)~We must next consider the work of the second day. 122 1, 68 | recommends ~it thus: "I consider this view of the question 123 1, 69 | DAY (TWO ARTICLES)~We next consider the work of the third day. 124 1, 69 | surface meaning of the text, ~consider that the plants were produced 125 1, 70 | THREE ARTICLES)~We must next consider the work of adornment, first 126 1, 70 | the first place, then, we consider the work of the fourth day, ~ 127 1, 70 | It remains, then, only to consider whether the movement of 128 1, 71 | ONE ARTICLE)~We must next consider the work of the fifth day.~ 129 1, 72 | ONE ARTICLE)~We must now consider the work of the sixth day.~ 130 1, 73 | THREE ARTICLES)~We must next consider the things that belong to 131 1, 74 | THREE ARTICLES)~We next consider all the seven days in common: 132 1, 74 | Orosium xxvi); while others consider there were seven distinct ~ 133 1, 75 | soul has no matter. We may consider this question in ~two ways. 134 1, 76 | EIGHT ARTICLES)~We now consider the union of the soul with 135 1, 76 | which Aristotle proceeds to consider things relating to the intellect. ~ 136 1, 76 | easily be explained, if we consider the differences of species 137 1, 76 | Reply OBJ 4: We must not consider the diversity of natural 138 1, 76 | something more, reason can consider separately what belongs 139 1, 76 | make this evident, we must consider that the substantial ~form 140 1, 76 | natural things we do ~not consider what God might do; but what 141 1, 76 | distant from the body, if we ~consider the condition of each separately: 142 1, 77 | ARTICLES)~We proceed to consider those things which belong 143 1, 37 | term. Nevertheless we must consider ~them in respect of each 144 1, 37 | the matter clear, we must consider that since a thing is ~commonly 145 1, 39 | question is quite clear if we consider ~the divine simplicity. 146 1, 39 | as Godhead. But when we consider the proper way of expressing 147 1, 39 | God from ~creatures, must consider God according to the mode 148 1, 39 | consideration, whereby we consider God ~absolutely in His being, 149 1, 39 | of dissimilitude if we ~consider what is in creatures. For " 150 1, 40 | PROPERTIES (FOUR ARTICLES)~We now consider the persons in connection 151 1, 40 | multiplied. We must, however, consider that in God, by ~reason 152 1, 41 | ACTS (SIX ARTICLES)~We now consider the persons in reference 153 1, 41 | To see this, we must ~consider that the origin of one thing 154 1, 42 | ARTICLES)~We now have to consider the persons as compared 155 1, 42 | there is nothing for us to consider ~but the essence which they 156 1, 42 | In proof of which we must consider that for a thing which proceeds 157 1, 42 | principle. If, however, we consider the relations of cause and 158 1, 43 | EIGHT ARTICLES)~We next consider the mission of the divine 159 1, 43 | distinguished from procession. If we consider mission as regards the ~ 160 1, 45 | divine persons, we must consider ~the procession of creatures 161 1, 45 | admitted movement, did not consider it ~except as regards certain 162 1, 45 | In proof ~whereof we must consider that if for the production 163 1, 46 | above (Q[44], A[2]), we must consider not only ~the emanation 164 1, 46 | form. For they failed to consider that the form of the natural ~ 165 1, 47 | science. And it is useful to consider ~this, lest anyone, presuming 166 1, 47 | understand ~this we must consider that the efficient cause, 167 1, 49 | SIX ARTICLES)~We must now consider the distinction of things 168 1, 49 | To prove this we must ~consider that good is threefold. 169 1, 50 | Body Para. 2/3~And if we consider the special kinds of causes, 170 1, 50 | because they failed to consider ~the universal cause of 171 1, 51 | CONSIDERED (FIVE ARTICLES)~Now we consider the distinction of corporeal 172 1, 51 | Concerning the angels, we consider first what belongs to their ~ 173 1, 51 | 3/4~Their substance we consider absolutely and in relation 174 1, 51 | can be made evident if ~we consider the nature of material things 175 1, 54 | THREE ARTICLES)~We must next consider the local movement of the 176 1, 58 | for anyone ~actually to consider anything; because a man 177 1, 59 | but ~does not actually consider." In the first way an angel' 178 1, 61 | in evidence, if one but consider ~whither natural movement 179 1, 64 | In the next place we must consider how angels became evil: 180 1, 64 | then, in the angels we ~consider the proneness to sin, it 181 1, 65 | coming ~to us, for they consider that place to be their own; 182 1, 66 | 2/2~First, then, we must consider the work of creation; secondly, 183 1, 66 | this theory as false, and consider that the entire ~universe 184 1, 67 | FOUR ARTICLES)~We must next consider the work of distinction; 185 1, 68 | FOUR ARTICLES)~We must consider next the work of distinction 186 1, 69 | FOUR ARTICLES)~We must next consider the work of the second day. 187 1, 69 | recommends ~it thus: "I consider this view of the question 188 1, 70 | DAY (TWO ARTICLES)~We next consider the work of the third day. 189 1, 70 | surface meaning of the text, ~consider that the plants were produced 190 1, 71 | THREE ARTICLES)~We must next consider the work of adornment, first 191 1, 71 | the first place, then, we consider the work of the fourth day, ~ 192 1, 71 | It remains, then, only to consider whether the movement of 193 1, 71 | ONE ARTICLE)~We must next consider the work of the fifth day.~ 194 1, 71 | ONE ARTICLE)~We must now consider the work of the sixth day.~ 195 1, 72 | THREE ARTICLES)~We must next consider the things that belong to 196 1, 73 | THREE ARTICLES)~We next consider all the seven days in common: 197 1, 73 | Orosium xxvi); while others consider there were seven distinct ~ 198 1, 74 | soul has no matter. We may consider this question in ~two ways. 199 1, 75 | EIGHT ARTICLES)~We now consider the union of the soul with 200 1, 75 | which Aristotle proceeds to consider things relating to the intellect. ~ 201 1, 75 | easily be explained, if we consider the differences of species 202 1, 75 | Reply OBJ 4: We must not consider the diversity of natural 203 1, 75 | something more, reason can consider separately what belongs 204 1, 75 | make this evident, we must consider that the substantial ~form 205 1, 75 | natural things we do ~not consider what God might do; but what 206 1, 75 | distant from the body, if we ~consider the condition of each separately: 207 1, 76 | ARTICLES)~We proceed to consider those things which belong 208 1, 77 | three parts: first, we shall consider those powers which are ~ 209 1, 78 | existing in nature; if we consider the nature of things ~sensible, 210 1, 78 | apprehended, we must first ~of all consider whether the intelligible 211 1, 78 | understand this clearly if we consider their respective actions. ~ 212 1, 78 | second act, which is to consider, and thus it is called intellect 213 1, 79 | GENERAL (TWO ARTICLES)~Next we consider the appetitive powers, concerning 214 1, 80 | ARTICLES)~Next we have to consider the power of sensuality, 215 1, 81 | FIVE ARTICLES)~We next consider the will. Under this head 216 1, 81 | being and truth. But if we consider the ~will as regards the 217 1, 81 | sensitive appetite does not consider the common notion of good, ~ 218 1, 82 | choose. Therefore we must consider the nature of ~free-will, 219 1, 83 | ARTICLES)~We now have to consider the acts of the soul in 220 1, 84 | ARTICLES)~We come now to consider the mode and order of understanding. 221 1, 84 | or assertion. But if we consider color and ~its properties, 222 1, 84 | Because Plato failed to consider the twofold kind of abstraction, 223 1, 84 | latter. ~Secondly, we must consider that our intellect proceeds 224 1, 84 | Did. vi, 13). But if we consider the generic or ~specific 225 1, 84 | its proper object, we must consider its ~relationship to that 226 1, 84 | same passage: "Then do we consider that we know, when we can 227 1, 85 | ARTICLES)~We now have to consider what our intellect knows 228 1, 85 | the intellect. Hence if we consider the objects ~of science 229 1, 85 | necessary things. But if we consider the things themselves, thus 230 1, 86 | ARTICLES)~We have now to consider how the intellectual soul 231 1, 86 | universally, as when we consider the ~nature of the human 232 1, 87 | THREE ARTICLES)~We must now consider how the human soul knows 233 1, 88 | EIGHT ARTICLES)~We must now consider the knowledge of the separated 234 1, 88 | this difficulty we must consider that as nothing acts except 235 1, 88 | this difficulty we must consider that while it is ~true that 236 1, 88 | This will appear if we consider that every intellectual ~ 237 1, 88 | understand this, we must consider that ~there is a twofold 238 1, 88 | when ~it turns to them to consider the intelligible object. 239 1, 88 | remembers nor loves." ~But to consider what is previously known 240 1, 89 | After the foregoing we must consider the first production of 241 1, 90 | ARTICLES)~We have now to consider the production of the first 242 1, 91 | FOUR ARTICLES)~We must next consider the production of the woman. 243 1, 91 | coition; so that we may consider that by this means the ~ 244 1, 92 | two ways. First, we may ~consider in it that in which the 245 1, 92 | A[8]). Secondly, we ~may consider the image of God in man 246 1, 92 | the reason of this if we consider the way in which a ~"trace," 247 1, 92 | that created them, if we consider their disposition. Likewise ~ 248 1, 92 | Wherefore there is no need to consider the image of God as existing 249 1, 92 | both when we actually ~consider them, and when we do not 250 1, 92 | intellect to understand and consider ~God, then the image of 251 1, 92 | QQ. 83, qu. 51): "Some consider that ~these two were mentioned 252 1, 93 | FOUR ARTICLES)~We next consider the state or condition of 253 1, 93 | through His Essence if we ~consider the ordinary state of that 254 1, 93 | make this clear, we must consider that the vision ~of God 255 1, 94 | FOUR ARTICLES)~We next consider what belongs to the will 256 1, 94 | sin was committed, if we consider the degree ~of merit on 257 1, 94 | and in like manner, if we ~consider the absolute degree of the 258 1, 94 | greater works. But if we ~consider the proportionate degree, 259 1, 95 | FOUR ARTICLES)~We next consider the mastership which belonged 260 1, 95 | other things. Now we may consider four things in ~man: his " 261 1, 96 | FOUR ARTICLES)~We next consider what belongs to the bodily 262 1, 97 | SPECIES (TWO ARTICLES)~We next consider what belongs to the preservation 263 1, 98 | TWO ARTICLES)~We must now consider the condition of the offspring - 264 1, 99 | ARTICLES)~We now have to consider the condition of the offspring 265 1, 100 | KNOWLEDGE (TWO ARTICLES)~We next consider the condition of the offspring 266 1, 101 | FOUR ARTICLES)~We next consider man's abode, which is paradise. 267 1, 102 | their distinction, we now ~consider in the third place the government 268 1, 102 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: If we consider individual goods, then two 269 1, 102 | better than ~one. But if we consider the essential good, then 270 1, 102 | to good. Thirdly, we may consider in the individual ~the effects 271 1, 102 | principles, but who can consider the least ~details; and 272 1, 102 | 2~I answer that, We may consider the order of Divine providence 273 1, 103 | FOUR ARTICLES)~We next consider the effects of the Divine 274 1, 103 | make this clear, we must consider that a thing ~is preserved 275 1, 104 | EIGHT ARTICLES)~We now consider the second effect of the 276 1, 104 | Para. 2/2~If therefore we consider the order of things depending 277 1, 104 | His goodness. But if ~we consider the order of things depending 278 1, 105 | FOUR ARTICLES)~We next consider how one creature moves another. 279 1, 106 | FIVE ARTICLES)~We next consider the speech of the angels. 280 1, 106 | speaks to another, we must consider that, as ~we explained above ( 281 1, 106 | make ~this clear, we must consider that every angelic enlightening 282 1, 106 | understands, whereby we actually consider anything. But because truth 283 1, 107 | EIGHT ARTICLES)~We next consider the degrees of the angels 284 1, 107 | of the wicked." But if we consider the principality on the 285 1, 107 | reduced ~to three, when we consider that every multitude has 286 1, 107 | of each ~order, we must consider that in coordinated things, 287 1, 107 | Body Para. 2/3~So we must consider that in the angelic orders 288 1, 107 | heat. Now in fire we may ~consider three things. First, the 289 1, 107 | their heat. Thirdly we ~consider in fire the quality of clarity, 290 1, 107 | seats, in which we may ~consider four things. First, the 291 1, 107 | to the first hierarchy to consider ~the end; to the middle 292 1, 107 | considered. For firstly we ~consider the end; then we acquire 293 1, 107 | the angelic orders we may consider two things; the ~distinction 294 1, 108 | ANGELS (FOUR ARTICLES)~We now consider the ordering of the bad 295 1, 108 | Para. 2/2~If therefore we consider the angelic orders in the 296 1, 108 | and ~never were. But if we consider them in relation to imperfect 297 1, 108 | created in grace. But if we consider them in the light of ~nature, 298 1, 108 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: If we consider the ordering of the demons 299 1, 109 | BODIES (FOUR ARTICLES)~We now consider how the angels preside over 300 1, 109 | was ~because he did not consider that any operations were 301 1, 110 | MAN (FOUR ARTICLES)~We now consider the action of the angels 302 1, 111 | FOUR ARTICLES)~We next consider the mission of the angels. 303 1, 112 | EIGHT ARTICLES)~We next consider the guardianship exercised 304 1, 112 | inheritance of salvation, if we consider ~the ultimate effect of 305 1, 113 | FIVE ARTICLES) ~We now consider the assaults of the demons. 306 1, 114 | ARTICLES)~We have now to consider the action of the corporeal 307 1, 114 | greater its movement, ~if we consider the movement proper thereto. 308 1, 114 | Secondly, because ~they consider that under certain constellations 309 1, 115 | causes. ~We can therefore consider the ordering of the effects 310 1, 115 | called Providence. But if we consider this ordering as being in 311 1, 116 | ARTICLES)~We have next to consider those things which pertain 312 1, 116 | the ~first place we shall consider that action (in general) 313 1, 116 | disciple and master, if we consider the ~identity of the thing 314 1, 116 | but is roused ~by him to consider what he knows; so that to 315 1, 117 | THREE ARTICLES)~We next consider the production of man from 316 1, 118 | BODY (TWO ARTICLES)~We now consider the propagation of man, 317 1, 118 | some other matter, if we consider the human nature in general: 318 1, 118 | general: but not ~if we consider it as in this individual. 319 1, 118 | points of view. For if we consider the flesh according to the ~ 320 1, 118 | natural disposition. But if we consider flesh according to matter, ~ 321 2, 1 | In this matter we shall consider first the last end of human 322 2, 1 | to be ~happiness, we must consider (1) the last end in general; ( 323 2, 2 | ARTICLES)~We have now to consider happiness: and (1) in what 324 2, 2 | Dionysius speaks. But if we consider being ~itself as participated 325 2, 2 | animal. We ~must therefore consider that every delight is a 326 2, 3 | ARTICLES)~We have now to consider (1) what happiness is, and ( 327 2, 3 | happiness. If, therefore, we consider man's happiness ~in its 328 2, 3 | something uncreated; but if we ~consider it as to the very essence 329 2, 3 | the eclipse of the sun, consider that it must be due to some ~ 330 2, 4 | ARTICLES)~We have now to consider those things that are required 331 2, 4 | it unsolved. But if one consider the matter carefully, the ~ 332 2, 5 | EIGHT ARTICLES)~We must now consider the attainment of Happiness. 333 2, 5 | it is again evident if we consider the specific nature of ~ 334 2, 5 | above (Q[3], A[8]). But some consider it impossible ~for man to 335 2, 6 | we ~must in due sequence consider human acts, in order to 336 2, 6 | treats of ~human acts, should consider first the general principles; 337 2, 6 | animals. First, then, we must ~consider those acts which are proper 338 2, 6 | proper to man; we ~must consider acts in so far as they are 339 2, 6 | 4/5~First, then, we must consider the voluntary and involuntary 340 2, 6 | concerning them, we must first consider the ~voluntary and the involuntary, 341 2, 6 | it be in one's power ~to consider, to wish and to act. And 342 2, 6 | is it ~voluntary not to consider.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[6] A[4] 343 2, 6 | principle is within. But if we consider what is ~done through fear, 344 2, 6 | and in like manner "not to consider"; for ~the will can resist 345 2, 6 | when one does not actually consider what one ~can and ought 346 2, 6 | what one ~can and ought to consider; this is called "ignorance 347 2, 7 | FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider the circumstances of human 348 2, 7 | Because theologians do not consider human ~acts otherwise than 349 2, 7 | the theologian has not to ~consider circumstances.~Aquin.: SMT 350 2, 7 | theologian's business to consider circumstances.~Aquin.: SMT 351 2, 7 | Hence the ~theologian has to consider the circumstances. Secondly, 352 2, 7 | Therefore the theologian has to consider ~circumstances.~Aquin.: 353 2, 7 | subservient: for he has to consider virtuous and vicious acts, 354 2, 7 | touches the effect ~when we consider "what" is done. It touches 355 2, 8 | THREE ARTICLES)~We must now consider the different acts of the 356 2, 8 | end; we must ~therefore consider: (1) those acts of the will 357 2, 8 | and "intention"; we must consider: (1) volition; ~(2) enjoyment; ( 358 2, 8 | the helmsman does indeed consider the end, as ~that which 359 2, 9 | SIX ARTICLES)~We must now consider what moves the will: and 360 2, 10 | FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider the manner in which the 361 2, 10 | power by its object, we must consider under what ~aspect the object 362 2, 11 | FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider enjoyment: concerning which 363 2, 12 | FIVE ARTICLES)~We must now consider Intention: concerning which 364 2, 12 | the intellect; for if it ~consider principle and conclusion 365 2, 13 | SIX ~ARTICLES)~We must now consider the acts of the will with 366 2, 13 | First of all, then, we must consider choice: ~secondly, counsel; 367 2, 13 | particular goods, the reason ~can consider an aspect of some good, 368 2, 14 | SIX ARTICLES)~We must now consider counsel; concerning which 369 2, 14 | it is not easy for one to consider, but are considered by several ~ 370 2, 14 | himself may be sufficient to consider these things. Wherefore 371 2, 14 | inquiry of counsel has to consider not only what is ~to be 372 2, 15 | ARTICLES) ~We must now consider consent; concerning which 373 2, 16 | FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider use; concerning which there 374 2, 17 | NINE ARTICLES)~We must now consider the acts commanded by the 375 2, 17 | command ~of reason, we must consider in what manner it is in 376 2, 17 | bestowed on man, we ~must consider the natural cause of this 377 2, 18 | ELEVEN ARTICLES)~We must now consider the good and evil of human 378 2, 18 | in these it suffices to consider their being ~absolutely. 379 2, 18 | in their regard we must consider their being in its ~relation 380 2, 18 | species of ~theft; and if we consider that action also in its 381 2, 19 | TEN ARTICLES)~We must now consider the goodness of the interior 382 2, 19 | intention of the end, ~we may consider a twofold quantity: one, 383 2, 19 | Body Para. 3/4~But if we consider the quantity in the intention 384 2, 19 | the thief's wife has to consider the private, the good of 385 2, 20 | SIX ARTICLES)~We must next consider goodness and malice as to 386 2, 20 | reason. ~Consequently, if we consider the goodness of the external 387 2, 20 | act of the will: but if we consider it in so far as ~it is in 388 2, 20 | stated above (A[1]), we may consider a twofold ~goodness or malice 389 2, 20 | actions. If ~therefore we consider one action in the moral 390 2, 21 | ARTICLES)~We have now to consider the consequences of human 391 2, 22 | THREE ARTICLES)~We must now consider the passions of the soul: 392 2, 23 | FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider how the passions differ 393 2, 24 | FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider good and evil in the passions 394 2, 24 | 1 ~I answer that, We may consider the passions of the soul 395 2, 24 | all, or but little, if we consider the intent of either ~school. 396 2, 25 | FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider the order of the passions 397 2, 26 | ARTICLES)~We have now to consider the soul's passions in particular, 398 2, 26 | threefold: since we shall ~consider (1) Love and hatred; (2) 399 2, 27 | FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider the cause of love: and under 400 2, 28 | ARTICLES)~We now have to consider the effects of love: under 401 2, 29 | SIX ARTICLES)~We must now consider hatred: concerning which 402 2, 29 | dissonance. Now we should consider in each thing, ~what agrees 403 2, 29 | for it is one thing to consider ~the universal man, and 404 2, 29 | universal man, and another to consider a man as man. If, therefore, ~ 405 2, 30 | ARTICLES)~We have now to consider concupiscence: under which 406 2, 30 | sense, in so far as it can consider a thing infinitely, as appears 407 2, 31 | EIGHT ARTICLES)~We must now consider delight and sadness. Concerning 408 2, 31 | repose of the appetite, if we consider the presence of the ~pleasurable 409 2, 31 | ordained. If, however, we consider the pleasures of sight, ~ 410 2, 32 | EIGHT ARTICLES)~We must now consider the causes of pleasure: 411 2, 33 | FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider the effects of pleasure; 412 2, 33 | Para. 4/4~Lastly, if we consider pleasure, not as existing 413 2, 34 | FOUR ARTICLES) ~We must now consider the goodness and malice 414 2, 35 | ARTICLES)~We have now to consider pain and sorrow: concerning 415 2, 35 | concerning which we must ~consider: (1) Sorrow or pain in itself; ( 416 2, 36 | FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider the causes of sorrow: under 417 2, 36 | lower place. But if we consider the cause of both these 418 2, 37 | FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider the effects of pain or of 419 2, 38 | FIVE ARTICLES)~We must now consider the remedies of pain or 420 2, 39 | FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider the goodness and malice 421 2, 39 | the science of Morals, we consider things individually - for 422 2, 40 | EIGHT ARTICLES)~We must now consider the irascible passions: ( 423 2, 40 | experience ~makes a man consider as impossible that which 424 2, 41 | FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider, in the first place, fear; 425 2, 42 | SIX ARTICLES)~We must now consider the object of fear: under 426 2, 42 | good or evil, the more we consider ~them, the smaller they 427 2, 43 | TWO ARTICLES)~We must now consider the cause of fear: under 428 2, 44 | FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider the effects of fear: under 429 2, 45 | FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider daring: under which head 430 2, 46 | EIGHT ARTICLES)~We must now consider anger: and (1) anger in 431 2, 46 | the subject. If then we ~consider the cause of anger and of 432 2, 46 | Para. 2/2~If, however, we consider the cause of anger on the 433 2, 46 | the individual. If then we consider the ~generic nature, i.e. 434 2, 46 | individual. If, however, ~we consider the specific nature, i.e. 435 2, 46 | contrary and hurtful. And if we consider the nature of the ~individual, 436 2, 46 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: We may consider in man both the natural 437 2, 47 | except in A[4].]~We must now consider the cause that provokes 438 2, 47 | excels greatly, he does not consider himself the loser thereby, 439 2, 48 | FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider the effects of anger: under 440 2, 49 | seqq., it remains for us to consider them in general: in the 441 2, 49 | the second place ~we shall consider virtues and vices and other 442 2, 49 | there are four points to consider: First, ~the substance of 443 2, 49 | But in them, we do ~not consider anything pertaining to the 444 2, 49 | in the first species we consider ~both evil and good, and 445 2, 49 | notion of habit, we must consider the quality's relation ~ 446 2, 50 | HABITS (SIX ARTICLES)~We consider next the subject of habits: 447 2, 50 | considering, is able to consider. In the ~second place, this 448 2, 50 | But to understand and to consider is the proper act of the ~ 449 2, 51 | FOUR ARTICLES)~We must next consider the cause of habits: and 450 2, 52 | ARTICLES)~We have now to consider the increase of habits; 451 2, 52 | subject. In so far as we consider the perfections of a ~form 452 2, 52 | science. But in so far ~as we consider the perfection of a form 453 2, 52 | that it is one thing to consider the form according to its ~ 454 2, 52 | specific nature, and another to consider it in respect of its ~participation 455 2, 52 | Body Para. 6/11~But if we consider a quality or form in respect 456 2, 53 | THREE ARTICLES)~We must now consider how habits are lost or weakened; 457 2, 53 | movement of the body, if we ~consider the root itself of the habit, 458 2, 54 | ARTICLES)~We have now to consider the distinction of habits; 459 2, 54 | or also habits, we must consider ~the object not in its material 460 2, 54 | Body Para. 2/2~If then we consider a habit as to the extent 461 2, 55 | everything that we apprehend we consider as being, and ~consequently 462 2, 56 | ARTICLES)~We now have to consider the subject of virtue, about 463 2, 57 | ARTICLES)~We now have to consider the various kinds of virtue: 464 2, 57 | intellectual habits do not consider human acts or other human 465 2, 57 | speculative habits alone consider necessary things ~which 466 2, 57 | but he is made able to consider the truth in ~those matters 467 2, 57 | the intellect ~which is to consider the truth. And in this way 468 2, 57 | respect of ~their objects, we consider chiefly the formal aspect 469 2, 57 | from them. Accordingly, to consider the ~principles in this 470 2, 57 | conclusions also: while to consider the principles in themselves 471 2, 57 | 2/2~Consequently, if we consider the point aright, these 472 2, 57 | speculative ~habit has, if we consider their subject and matter: 473 2, 57 | than they are. But if we consider them as virtues, then art 474 2, 58 | FIVE ARTICLES)~We must now consider moral virtues. We shall 475 2, 58 | question clearly, we must ~consider the meaning of the Latin 476 2, 59 | FIVE ARTICLES)~We must now consider the difference of one moral 477 2, 59 | difference of passions, we must consider (1) the ~relation of virtue 478 2, 60 | FIVE ARTICLES)~We must now consider how the moral virtues differ 479 2, 60 | virtue, while the other two consider ~operation and passion as 480 2, 60 | liberality": but if we consider this good as difficult to 481 2, 60 | love of honor": while if we consider it as hard to attain, and 482 2, 61 | FIVE ARTICLES)~We must now consider the cardinal virtues: under 483 2, 61 | find the same number if we consider the subjects of ~virtue. 484 2, 62 | FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider the Theological Virtues: 485 2, 63 | FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider the cause of virtues; and 486 2, 64 | FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider the properties of virtues: 487 2, 64 | viz. deformity. ~But if we consider moral virtue in respect 488 2, 64 | and a maximum: but if we consider the ~quantity in relation 489 2, 64 | by our intellect, if we consider it absolutely, is ~measured 490 2, 64 | intellectual virtue, if we consider it in ~relation to things, 491 2, 64 | conformity with things. But if we consider it in relation to the ~appetite, 492 2, 64 | one another, so long as we consider their ~signification in 493 2, 65 | FIVE ARTICLES)~We must now consider the connection of virtues: 494 2, 65 | fortitude, in whatever matter we consider these properties to be. ~ 495 2, 66 | SIX ARTICLES)~We must now consider equality among the virtues: 496 2, 66 | that partakes of it. If we consider it in itself, we shall ~ 497 2, 66 | Para. 3/3~If, however, we consider virtue on the part of the 498 2, 66 | Aristotle, Topic. iii.]. Now ~to consider a thing simply is to consider 499 2, 66 | consider a thing simply is to consider it in its proper specific ~ 500 2, 66 | Body Para. 2/2~But if we consider virtue in its relation to


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