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1 1, 1 | been made. Nor does this take away from the dignity of 2 1, 2 | from His effects, we ~may take for the middle term the 3 1, 2 | several, or only ~one. Now to take away the cause is to take 4 1, 2 | take away the cause is to take away the effect. Therefore, 5 1, 5 | for to be white does not take a thing out of ~simply potential 6 1, 5 | caused the converse ought to take place, so that there should 7 1, 6 | This and that are good; take away this ~and that, and 8 1, 12 | and such a medium does not take away the immediate vision 9 1, 12 | This, indeed, does not take place as if one had a ~more 10 1, 12 | similitude; but it will take place because one intellect ~ 11 1, 12 | infinity. In this sense we now take ~comprehension. But in another 12 1, 13 | A[12]). So a pagan can take ~this name "God" in the 13 1, 17 | mixed up in it. This can ~take place in two ways. In one 14 1, 19 | the end. He ~who wills to take a bitter draught, in doing 15 1, 19 | without them; ~as, we will to take food to preserve life, or 16 1, 19 | to preserve life, or to take ship in order to ~cross 17 1, 19 | for a journey which we can take on ~foot, for we can make 18 1, 19 | wills antecedently may not take place.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 19 1, 19 | him, and ~this does not take place without a change in 20 1, 19 | know it before; hence we take counsel in ~order to know 21 1, 19 | foretold to ~Ezechias: "Take order with thy house, for 22 1, 19 | 38:1). Yet this did not take place, since from eternity 23 1, 20 | force." But this cannot take place in God, since He is 24 1, 20 | said: "Nowhere doth He ~take hold of the angels, but 25 1, 22 | doubt for which He ~should take counsel. Therefore providence 26 1, 22 | 6]]. Whence, ~though to take counsel may not be fitting 27 1, 22 | knowledge, to which those who take counsel come by inquiry. 28 1, 22 | oxen [*Vulg. 'Doth God take care for oxen?']": and we 29 1, 22 | be that any effect should take ~place outside the range 30 1, 22 | which these are able to take counsel and make ~a choice. 31 1, 22 | affairs concerning which we take counsel.~Aquin.: SMT FP 32 1, 23 | 17), is the "purpose to take pity [miserendi]" [*See ~ 33 1, 23 | unhappy. For movement does not take its ~species from the term " 34 1, 23 | Reprobation by God does not take anything away from the ~ 35 1, 23 | master of the house said: "Take ~what is thine, and go thy 36 1, 23 | which thou hast, that no one take thy crown," (Rev 3:11), ~ 37 1, 23 | namely, its effect ~should take place from necessity. For 38 1, 25 | therefore impossible. But if we take away the ~impossible, then 39 1, 25 | omnipotence of God does not take away from things their ~ 40 1, 27 | God's prerogative. Others take this procession to mean 41 1, 27 | both of these ~opinions take procession as meaning an 42 1, 31 | difference in God, lest we take away the unity of essence: ~ 43 1, 31 | singularity," ~lest we take away the communicability 44 1, 31 | only" [unici] ~lest we take away the number of persons. 45 1, 31 | word "confused," lest we take away from the Persons ~the 46 1, 31 | also to be avoided, lest we take away ~the society of the 47 1, 31 | angels and of souls does not take away absolute ~solitude 48 1, 32 | number," etc., we must not take it as ~if he affirmed a 49 1, 36 | Lord said to Moses, I ~will take of thy spirit and will give 50 1, 37 | spirate love, ~which is to take love as a notional term; 51 1, 39 | ourselves correctly, we must take into account not only ~the 52 1, 39 | from wisdom"; we ~should take the sense to be, "the Son" 53 1, 39 | Porretanus because he did not take note of this distinction.~ 54 1, 41 | called "action." Hence, if we take away movement, action implies 55 1, 44 | perceived transmutation to take place in bodies in regard 56 1, 44 | according to Plato. But we must take into ~consideration that 57 1, 46 | imaginary time. For we must take into ~consideration the 58 1, 51 | that the Word of God would take a human body; ~because all 59 1, 51 | of a man; ~just as they take the seed of other things 60 1, 58 | happens either ~when we take the definition of one thing 61 1, 62 | nor did its lack of form take precedence in ~time, but 62 1, 62 | plants from the earth did not take place at once ~among the 63 1, 62 | Therefore ~it does not take away natural knowledge and 64 1, 63 | wholly through envy that they take pleasure in all sorts of 65 1, 63 | are measured by time, and take place successively; thus, 66 1, 66 | the firmament, which ~they take to mean the sidereal heaven, 67 1, 67 | production of light should take first ~place, since light 68 1, 67 | case its ~matter cannot take on another form.~Aquin.: 69 1, 68 | Para. 7/8~If, however, we take these days to denote merely 70 1, 68 | waters, according as we take water to denote formless 71 1, 69 | together of the waters should ~take place, as recorded, on the 72 1, 69 | together ~of the waters should take place on the third day. 73 1, 69 | waters flow naturally, and take their course towards the 74 1, 69 | production of plants should take place on ~the third day?~ 75 1, 69 | production of ~plants should take place on the third day. 76 1, 74 | and adornment is said to take place ~"in a day," but creation " 77 1, 74 | But other holy ~writers take the earth and the water, 78 1, 75 | understanding does ~not take place without a phantasm, 79 1, 75 | corruptible. Moreover we may take a sign of ~this from the 80 1, 77 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: If we take accident as meaning what 81 1, 77 | that of quality. But if we ~take accident as one of the five 82 1, 37 | spirate love, ~which is to take love as a notional term; 83 1, 39 | ourselves correctly, we must take into account not only ~the 84 1, 39 | from wisdom"; we ~should take the sense to be, "the Son" 85 1, 39 | Porretanus because he did not take note of this distinction.~ 86 1, 41 | called "action." Hence, if we take away movement, action implies 87 1, 45 | perceived transmutation to take place in bodies in regard 88 1, 45 | according to Plato. But we must take into ~consideration that 89 1, 47 | imaginary time. For we must take into ~consideration the 90 1, 52 | that the Word of God would take a human body; because all 91 1, 52 | of a man; ~just as they take the seed of other things 92 1, 59 | happens either ~when we take the definition of one thing 93 1, 63 | nor did its lack of form take precedence in ~time, but 94 1, 63 | plants from the earth did not take place at once ~among the 95 1, 63 | Therefore ~it does not take away natural knowledge and 96 1, 64 | wholly through envy that they take pleasure in all sorts of 97 1, 64 | are measured by time, and take place successively; thus, 98 1, 67 | the firmament, which ~they take to mean the sidereal heaven, 99 1, 68 | production of light should take first ~place, since light 100 1, 68 | case its ~matter cannot take on another form.~Aquin.: 101 1, 69 | Para. 7/8~If, however, we take these days to denote merely 102 1, 69 | waters, according as we take water to denote formless 103 1, 70 | together of the waters should ~take place, as recorded, on the 104 1, 70 | together ~of the waters should take place on the third day. 105 1, 70 | waters flow naturally, and take their course towards the 106 1, 70 | production of plants should take place on ~the third day?~ 107 1, 70 | production of ~plants should take place on the third day. 108 1, 73 | and adornment is said to take place ~"in a day," but creation " 109 1, 73 | But other holy ~writers take the earth and the water, 110 1, 74 | understanding does ~not take place without a phantasm, 111 1, 74 | corruptible. Moreover we may take a sign of ~this from the 112 1, 76 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: If we take accident as meaning what 113 1, 76 | that of quality. But if we ~take accident as one of the five 114 1, 78 | Thus, therefore, if we take memory only for the power ~ 115 1, 78 | De Trin. xiv) that "if we take memory, ~intelligence, and 116 1, 78 | that Augustine does not take the above ~three for three 117 1, 81 | natural necessity "does not take away the ~liberty of the 118 1, 81 | the will. If, ~however, we take the intellect as regards 119 1, 82 | free-will because we can take one thing while refusing 120 1, 84 | the act of understanding take ~place by abstraction of 121 1, 84 | of individuality, and ~to take into our consideration the 122 1, 84 | rest. If, therefore, we ~take the species of the earth 123 1, 85 | which, however much we may take, there always remains something 124 1, 86 | desirable ~still. But if we take things of different orders 125 1, 88 | premises, "Let every one ~take, as he pleases, what I say." 126 1, 90 | whereas the other ~animals take delight in the objects of 127 1, 90 | he ~would be obliged to take hold of his food with his 128 1, 92 | loves itself"; which some take to mean that the soul ever ~ 129 1, 93 | effect: secondly, we may take obscurity as an effect of 130 1, 93 | have ~been deceived, if we take deception in the wide sense 131 1, 94 | moral virtue does not wholly take away the ~passions, but 132 1, 96 | definition of man. But if ~you take away the definition, you 133 1, 96 | away the definition, you take away the thing defined. 134 1, 96 | seems that ~man did not take food in the primitive state.~ 135 1, 96 | humor, man ~was obliged to take food.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[97] 136 1, 96 | put forth ~his hand, and take of the tree of life, and 137 1, 96 | with the ~food, which we take for the same purpose. The 138 1, 97 | of generation which would take place after ~sin, which 139 1, 97 | a sober ~person does not take less pleasure in food taken 140 1, 109 | ministry in the ~miracles which take place; as in collecting 141 1, 112 | guardianship of men, that ~they may take them by the hand and guide 142 1, 112 | it is written: "I will take away the ~hedge" - that 143 1, 112 | guard, ~one angel must needs take one side, and another angel 144 1, 113 | and in this sense we must take ~the words of Damascene 145 1, 113 | For this reason the angels take part in all ~our good works: 146 1, 113 | above (Q[110], A[4]), ~if we take a miracle in the strict 147 1, 114 | 114], ~A[4], ad 2) they take into account the aptitude 148 1, 114 | effects of heavenly bodies take ~place of necessity.~Aquin.: 149 1, 114 | that some terrestrial body take ~fire in the higher regions 150 1, 114 | are causes of effects that take place ~here below, through 151 1, 115 | which by luck or chance take place here below. These 152 1, 117 | since for this union to take place two wills would have 153 1, 118 | into true human nature; we take food, they ~stated, in order 154 2, 2 | for money. But we should take our estimation of human 155 2, 3 | It avails nothing to take part in the feasts of men, 156 2, 3 | feasts of men, if we ~fail to take part in the feasts of angels"; 157 2, 3 | final ~happiness. But we can take part in the feasts of the 158 2, 3 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: We shall take part in the feasts of the 159 2, 4 | just as the arrow must take a right course in ~order 160 2, 5 | virtue; but they cannot take it away altogether because ~ 161 2, 6 | is incomplete unless it take account ~of things in detail. 162 2, 6 | make this clear, we must take note that the principle 163 2, 6 | ceased to ~steer. But we must take note that the cause of what 164 2, 6 | that concupiscence would take away voluntariness. And 165 2, 6 | knowledge. Accordingly, we must take ~note that ignorance has 166 2, 6 | habit: or when one does not take the trouble ~to acquire 167 2, 7 | Whether a theologian should take note of the circumstances 168 2, 7 | Whether theologians should take note of the circumstances 169 2, 7 | that theologians should not take note of the ~circumstances 170 2, 7 | Therefore theologians should not take note of the ~circumstances 171 2, 7 | when."~For in acts we must take note of "who" did it, "by 172 2, 10 | such like ~passions do not take place without some change 173 2, 12 | Body Para. 2/2~But if we take two things that are not 174 2, 12 | things in ~reality, we may take them as one term of intention, 175 2, 12 | For when I say: "I wish to take medicine for the sake of ~ 176 2, 13 | But irrational animals take ~something in preference 177 2, 14 | end, that man is moved to take ~counsel in regard to the 178 2, 14 | not counsel: those only ~take counsel who lack knowledge."~ 179 2, 14 | Further, some are said to take consultation about future 180 2, 14 | things that we do, no would take ~counsel about what another 181 2, 14 | Hom. xxxiv.] says: ~"We take counsel of things that are 182 2, 14 | one another. Now we must take note that in contingent ~ 183 2, 14 | certain, it is ~necessary to take several conditions or circumstances 184 2, 14 | more means than one, we take counsel by ~inquiring whereby 185 2, 14 | thus a writer does not take counsel how ~to form his 186 2, 14 | things of which we do not take counsel, ~although they 187 2, 14 | about action. But actions take their ~reason from the end; 188 2, 14 | no one would ~begin to take counsel. Which is clearly 189 2, 14 | not always necessary to take counsel ~about removing 190 2, 15 | it ~is proper to sense to take cognizance of things present; 191 2, 16 | also, and uses it, we may take the ~use of the means, as 192 2, 17 | In proof of this, we must take note that, since the acts ~ 193 2, 17 | Body Para. 2/2~But we must take note that the act of the 194 2, 18 | object, for instance, "to take what belongs to another." 195 2, 18 | thereto accidentally; thus to take what belongs to ~another 196 2, 18 | Categories: because it does not take away all good, but ~leaves 197 2, 18 | of good or evil. Thus to take something in a ~large or 198 2, 18 | with ~reason. Wherefore to take what belongs to another 199 2, 19 | contrary, An action does not take its species from the ~circumstances 200 2, 19 | with as much intensity to take medicine as he ~wills to 201 2, 20 | moral order, if a change take place in ~the walker's will, 202 2, 21 | moral matters, where ~we take into consideration the order 203 2, 23 | the concupiscible, we must take the object of each of these ~ 204 2, 23 | than that of good and evil; take, for instance, love and 205 2, 24 | Catilin.): "All those that take counsel about matters of ~ 206 2, 24 | Further, acts and passions take their species from their 207 2, 25 | the irascible passions take precedence of such like 208 2, 25 | is clear that the latter take precedence: ~because the 209 2, 28 | causing ~him either to take pleasure in it, or in its 210 2, 28 | that, Zeal, whatever way we take it, arises from the intensity ~ 211 2, 29 | themselves according to what they take themselves to be, while 212 2, 29 | man. If, therefore, ~we take the universal, in the first 213 2, 30 | which, however much we may ~take, there always remains something 214 2, 31 | amounts to the same. For we take ~delight both in those things 215 2, 31 | Hier.) that "holy men often take part in the angelic delights." ~ 216 2, 31 | touch: "for ~dogs do not take delight in the smell of 217 2, 31 | it is natural to man to take pleasure in contemplating 218 2, 31 | temperament; ~thus some take pleasure in eating earth 219 2, 31 | soul; thus from custom some take pleasure in cannibalism 220 2, 31 | The things in which we take pleasure, since they are 221 2, 32 | knowledge alone, as when we take ~pleasure in thinking of 222 2, 32 | observes (Polit. ii, 2) "we take great pleasure in looking ~ 223 2, 32 | and for this reason men take ~pleasure in being praised 224 2, 32 | and wise ~men, hence men take greater pleasure in being 225 2, 32 | good as being our own, we take pleasure in the ~good we 226 2, 32 | others a share. Wherefore men take pleasure in their ~children, 227 2, 32 | But "it is ~natural to take pleasure in ruling and presiding," 228 2, 33 | accidentally; provided we take ~thirst or desire as denoting 229 2, 35 | whereas ~other animals take no pleasure in them save 230 2, 35 | Whiteness and blackness do not take their species from ~their 231 2, 35 | than the good in ~which we take pleasure. For we love the 232 2, 36 | power prevail so far as to take away from ~the will or the 233 2, 41 | knowledge ~cannot be said to take pleasure or to be sorrowful: 234 2, 41 | doer. But it is possible to take into consideration something ~ 235 2, 42 | 5) that "fear makes us take counsel." But ~we do not 236 2, 42 | counsel." But ~we do not take counsel about things which 237 2, 42 | And with this hope one may take counsel about avoiding it.~ 238 2, 43 | the ~passions of the soul take their species from their 239 2, 44 | being willing or anxious to take counsel. And thus fear makes 240 2, 44 | says (Ethic. iii, 3), "we take ~counsel on great matters, 241 2, 44 | man ~does indeed wish to take counsel, but his thoughts 242 2, 44 | as to make a ~man wish to take counsel, without gravely 243 2, 44 | make it easier for him to take good counsel, by reason 244 2, 44 | distrust ourselves, that we take counsel, as stated ~above.~ 245 2, 44 | solicitude, and makes a man take counsel and work with greater 246 2, 45 | impossible for a man to take note in an instant of all 247 2, 46 | the ~irascible would not take its name from it.~Aquin.: 248 2, 47 | inasmuch as He wills to take vengeance on ~sin. Because 249 2, 47 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: When we take a very great interest in 250 2, 47 | they play, make jokes, or take part in a feast, nor when 251 2, 49 | regard to quantity. If we take the mode or ~determination 252 2, 49 | And ~therefore in both, we take into account whether a thing 253 2, 49 | genus ~of substance we often take accidental instead of substantial 254 2, 50 | operation. If therefore ~we take habit as having a relation 255 2, 50 | On the other hand, if we take habit in its relation to 256 2, 52 | manner, if ~an alteration take place in the passions of 257 2, 53 | OBJ 3: No matter how we take an accident, its very notion 258 2, 53 | different ways. For if we take an ~accident in the abstract, 259 2, 53 | of the nose." But if we take accidents in the concrete, 260 2, 54 | since in one subject we may take parts in various ways, ~ 261 2, 54 | various ~habits. Thus, if we take the humors as being parts 262 2, 54 | of health: while, if we take like parts, such as ~nerves, 263 2, 54 | weakness; whereas, if we take the limbs, i.e. the hands, ~ 264 2, 57 | is ~"a habit whereby we take good counsel" (Ethic. vi, 265 2, 57 | belongs to ~prudence to take good counsel," as stated ( 266 2, 57 | points on which one has to take counsel. But there ~is one 267 2, 58 | end. ~Secondly, that man take rightly those things which 268 2, 59 | in De Tusc. Quaest. iv take the passions in the execution 269 2, 59 | 1/2~I answer that, If we take the passions as being inordinate 270 2, 60 | 3/6~Accordingly, if we take a good, and it be something 271 2, 61 | various writers. For some take them as signifying certain ~ 272 2, 61 | however, with better reason, take these four virtues, according ~ 273 2, 61 | Ethic. v, 1). For we must take ~note that it concerns the 274 2, 63 | relation to virtue, we must take note that, as ~stated above ( 275 2, 64 | while ~excess and defect take the position of the other 276 2, 64 | the first two ~arguments take the rational mean as being 277 2, 65 | or by habituation. If ~we take the moral virtues in this 278 2, 65 | good ~deed well; and if we take moral virtues in this way, 279 2, 65 | imperfect virtue. Else ~if we take moral virtue in its perfect 280 2, 67 | Body Para. 2/5~Now we must take note that sometimes imperfection 281 2, 67 | in De Causis that "if you take away ~rational, there remains 282 2, 68 | virtues of the Holy Ghost take birth in ~us": and he quotes 283 2, 68 | instinct, there is no need to take counsel according ~to human 284 2, 69 | the matter clear we must take note that hope of future ~ 285 2, 70 | spiritual ~matters, we may take the word "fruit" in two 286 2, 70 | pertains "faith," if we take it as denoting fidelity. 287 2, 70 | denoting fidelity. But if we take it ~for the faith whereby 288 2, 72 | stated above (A[1]), sins take their species from ~their 289 2, 72 | their causes. Therefore they take ~their species from them 290 2, 72 | AA[4],6) that human acts take their species from the end.~ 291 2, 72 | But human acts sometimes take their ~species from circumstances, 292 2, 72 | privations. But sin does not take its species from the privation 293 2, 73 | therefore, vices and sins take their species from that 294 2, 73 | 1~On the contrary, Sins take their species from their 295 2, 73 | principle. And forasmuch as sins take their species from their ~ 296 2, 73 | since both sin and virtue take their ~species from the 297 2, 73 | although in itself, to take more or less ~has not the 298 2, 74 | more probable. For we must take note that ~since every delectation 299 2, 74 | to which it belongs to ~take delight in anything, is 300 2, 74 | conclude that the consent to take ~pleasure in a useless thought 301 2, 77 | Para. 2/3~Accordingly if we take passion as preceding the 302 2, 77 | sometimes so strong as to take away the use of reason altogether, 303 2, 77 | passion is not such as to take away the use of reason altogether; 304 2, 79 | acts and habits do not take ~their species from the 305 2, 79 | Now He would seem to ~take pleasure in their destruction, 306 2, 79 | physician would seem to take pleasure in ~torturing the 307 2, 79 | Reply OBJ 2: God does not take pleasure in the loss of 308 2, 80 | Therefore, as God moves man to take good counsel, and so is ~ 309 2, 80 | so the devil moves him to take evil counsel, and ~consequently 310 2, 82 | the subject. For example, take bodily sickness: ~various 311 2, 82 | of the soul is found to take ~precedence, for it clouds 312 2, 84 | every sin. For we must ~take note that, in voluntary 313 2, 84 | this kind of ~origin may take place in two ways. First, 314 2, 85 | sight. Therefore sin can take away the good of nature 315 2, 85 | Now sin cannot entirely take away from man the fact ~ 316 2, 87 | either of his ~own accord he take upon himself the punishment 317 2, 87 | human affairs we see men take the debts of another upon 318 2, 87 | children or the servants take part in the sin, this ~penal 319 2, 87 | for. But if they do not take part in ~the sin, it has 320 2, 88 | justice which ~forbids one to take what belongs to another; 321 2, 89 | in the same ~sense as we take it now; but by venial sin 322 2, 91 | or against reason could ~take man unawares. But when man 323 2, 94 | when He commanded Osee to take to himself "a wife of ~fornications" ( 324 2, 96 | things. Wherefore law should take account of many things, 325 2, 96 | 5:40,41: "If a man . . . take away thy coat, let go thy ~ 326 2, 96 | things." Therefore we should take account of the ~motive of 327 2, 96 | so wise as to be able to take account of every ~single 328 2, 96 | a lawgiver were able to take all the cases into consideration, 329 2, 97 | being able by themselves to take everything into ~consideration, 330 2, 99 | seen in Ex. 22:26: "If thou take of thy neighbor a garment 331 2, 100 | anything; Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord ~thy 332 2, 100 | fourth, "Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy 333 2, 100 | third, "Thou shalt not ~take the name of the Lord thy 334 2, 100 | perjury, "Thou shalt not take the ~name of the Lord thy 335 2, 100 | commandment, "Thou shalt not take ~the name of the Lord thy 336 2, 100 | is said, "Thou shalt not take the name of ~the Lord thy 337 2, 100 | the words, "Thou shalt not take ~the name of the Lord thy 338 2, 100 | this sense that we are to take ~the precepts of the decalogue. 339 2, 101 | 8:11): "Observe [Douay: 'Take heed'] and beware lest at 340 2, 102 | sacrifices, which can never take away sins: but" Christ offered " 341 2, 102 | Perplex. ~iii), "we must take note that the more grievous 342 2, 102 | served the temple should take their ~food in the temple: 343 2, 102 | this feast ~they had to take "the fruits of the fairest 344 2, 102 | there God commanded them to take a ~red cow in memory of 345 2, 102 | fruit ~trees, you shall take away the uncircumcision [*' 346 2, 102 | 9:9) that God does not "take ~care for oxen," and, therefore, 347 2, 102 | tree . . . thou shalt not ~take the dam with her young"; 348 2, 102 | figure ~of a man who will not take advice, and does nothing 349 2, 102 | are ~sown: since it would take a longer time for these 350 2, 102 | all the more ~disposed to take pity on his fellow-men: 351 2, 102 | Again, we should not take the dam with her young: 352 2, 103 | Of ~all clean beasts take seven and seven . . . but 353 2, 103 | indeed, because they cannot take away sin; but this ~weakness 354 2, 104 | neighbor. For judicial precepts take ~their name from "judgment." 355 2, 104 | state. Nevertheless we must take note that, since the ~relations 356 2, 105 | Neither shalt thou'] take bribes, which even blind 357 2, 105 | reign over you: He will take your ~sons," etc. Therefore 358 2, 105 | One is that all should take some ~share in the government: 359 2, 105 | because such kings are wont to take little interest in the ~ 360 2, 105 | without being a tyrant, ~may take away the sons, and make 361 2, 105 | and centurions; and may ~take many things from his subjects 362 2, 105 | not go into his house to take away a ~pledge"; and again ( 363 2, 105 | on to him who refused to take to himself ~the wife of 364 2, 105 | the nearest city "shall take a heifer of ~the herd, that 365 2, 105 | of the fruit, but not to take any away. And, specially, ~ 366 2, 105 | not suffer another man to take some little thing from him 367 2, 105 | 24:6): ~"Thou shalt not take the nether nor the upper 368 2, 105 | and (Ex. 22:26): "If thou take of thy ~neighbor a garment 369 2, 105 | not go into his house to take away a pledge, but thou ~ 370 2, 105 | not allow ~the creditor to take away whatever he likes in 371 2, 105 | restitution; but only to take an oath in order to clear 372 2, 105 | besides, that he could not take her again to wife.~Aquin.: 373 2, 105 | the Law, it was lawful to ~take her in marriage: as was 374 2, 106 | end, or will another ~law take its place?~Aquin.: SMT FS 375 2, 106 | New Law; the third will take place not in this life, 376 2, 108 | supererogation for a preacher to take means of livelihood with ~ 377 2, 108 | that hath a purse, let ~him take it, and likewise a scrip." 378 2, 108 | Monte i, 1): We should ~take note that, when He said: "' 379 2, 108 | straightway: "He that can take, let him take it." And again, 380 2, 108 | He that can take, let him take it." And again, the Apostle ~( 381 2, 109 | preparation of the will cannot take place without the habitual ~ 382 2, 110 | with God, ~you must not take it to mean that peace and 383 2, 110 | remission of sins does not take ~place without some effect 384 2, 113 | motion to justice does not take place without a movement 385 2, 113 | charity alone suffices ~to take away sin, according to Prov. 386 2, 113 | of the ungodly does not take ~place in an instant, but 387 2, 1 | OBJ 2: That "God would not take flesh," considered in itself 388 2, 1 | and ~therefore art should take no notice of them. Now the 389 2, 1 | he would not be able to ~take it all in, but he condescends 390 2, 1 | before actual generation can take ~place, an agent, namely, 391 2, 1 | you, neither shall ~you take away from it." Therefore 392 2, 1 | general council did not take away from a ~subsequent 393 2, 2 | is nothing there that can take form, or be unformed." ~ 394 2, 4 | A[6]), voluntary acts take their species from their 395 2, 4 | second mortal sin does not ~take away grace from one who 396 2, 4 | 1/2~I answer that, If we take faith as a habit, we can 397 2, 4 | its subject. Hence if we take faith for the habit ~whereby 398 2, 4 | If, on the other hand, we take faith for that which is 399 2, 7 | 42], A[1]). Again, acts take their species ~from the 400 2, 8 | and consequently, we ~must take their distinction in some 401 2, 9 | causes. ~Accordingly, if we take knowledge in this way, it 402 2, 9 | of grace: and ~so we must take note, with regard to the 403 2, 10 | Para. 2/2~If, however, we take it by way of pure negation, 404 2, 10 | were to conquer them, and take them ~prisoners, they should 405 2, 10 | allows certain evils to take place in the universe, ~ 406 2, 11 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Vices take their species from their 407 2, 11 | from their remote end, they take their genus and cause. Thus 408 2, 12 | the words: "Thou shalt not take the ~name of . . . God in 409 2, 13 | against ~the Holy Ghost is to take pleasure in the malice of 410 2, 13 | repentance does. If, however, we take it for ~habitual impenitence, 411 2, 14 | all do best that which we take ~pleasure in doing, while 412 2, 15 | you, ~neither shall you take away from it." Therefore 413 2, 15 | precepts of the decalogue which take the first ~place.~Aquin.: 414 2, 16 | Jer. 9:4: "Let every man ~take heed of his neighbor, and 415 2, 18 | moral acts and habits take their name and species from 416 2, 22 | Para. 2/2~If, however, we take virtue as being ordered 417 2, 23 | increase of charity could only take place by one rational mind ~ 418 2, 23 | this ~increase does not take place at once, but when 419 2, 23 | indefinite number of ~parts, and take these parts away and add 420 2, 24 | to ~obtain them, and they take pleasure in entering into 421 2, 24 | for that end, nor do they take pleasure in their own ~company 422 2, 25 | thy love, let no other man take offense if ~him also thou 423 2, 25 | comparisons as this, we must take the ~answer in the strict 424 2, 26 | the third, that he should take pleasure in his company; 425 2, 26 | itself, while the means take their mode from being ~proportionate 426 2, 28 | most defect, must needs take most pity. But this is false: 427 2, 28 | Catilin.): "All ~those that take counsel about matters of 428 2, 28 | answer that, A virtue may take precedence of others in 429 2, 29 | would be lawful for him to take another's property in order 430 2, 29 | as a ~prudent man would take into consideration, because, 431 2, 29 | In other cases we must take to ~account the connection 432 2, 30 | reason demands that we should take into consideration something 433 2, 30 | in this way, or one might take much from ~him, and he would 434 2, 30 | says ~(Ethic. iv, 1), "we take such like gains from our 435 2, 30 | saying of Our Lord, so as to take another's property ~and 436 2, 30 | in such dire straits may take another's goods ~in order 437 2, 30 | give alms thereof; or even take something if there be no ~ 438 2, 30 | distribute alms, he can take something for himself, if 439 2, 30 | alms ~to a man, you should take into consideration his age 440 2, 31 | Fulfil thy ministry [*Vulg.: 'Take heed to ~the ministry which 441 2, 31 | person, must not cease to take care of ~him, even if he 442 2, 31 | that the sinner will not take the warning, and ~will become 443 2, 31 | however, a man's neighbor may take offense even at his ~secret 444 2, 31 | others, it is necessary to ~take steps to denounce him at 445 2, 31 | Lord said (Mt. 18:16): "Take with thee one or two ~more, 446 2, 31 | is of no avail, we must take further steps, however ~ 447 2, 33 | for spiritual good, if we take ~spiritual good in a general 448 2, 36 | Para. 3/3~Accordingly if we take contention as denoting a 449 2, 38 | to Mt. 26:52: "All that ~take the sword shall perish with 450 2, 38 | warlike exercises which take place ~in tournaments are 451 2, 38 | Contra Faust. xxii, 70): "To take the ~sword is to arm oneself 452 2, 38 | arm oneself in order to take the life of anyone, without 453 2, 38 | speak, of God, is not to "take ~the sword," but to use 454 2, 38 | authority of their ~superiors, take part in wars, not indeed 455 2, 38 | permission, if any of them take up arms themselves.~Aquin.: 456 2, 38 | For they are forbidden to take up arms, not as ~though 457 2, 41 | because moral ~actions take their species from their 458 2, 41 | scandalized, for the elders do not take scandal."~Aquin.: SMT SS 459 2, 41 | that anyone can reasonably take therefrom an occasion for ~ 460 2, 41 | with thee in judgment, and take away thy ~coat, let go thy 461 2, 41 | another. Why do you not rather take wrong? why do you not rather 462 2, 41 | they are consigned to us to take care of them for ~someone 463 2, 41 | but also lest those who take what is not ~theirs may 464 2, 41 | requires ~that we should take food: but he intended to 465 2, 44 | Stultitia [Folly] seems to take its name from "stupor"; ~ 466 2, 45 | also (De Invent. ii, 53) take the word ~prudence in a 467 2, 45 | seem that prudence does not take cognizance of ~singulars. 468 2, 45 | Therefore ~prudence does not take cognizance except of universals.~ 469 2, 45 | Therefore prudence does not take cognizance of singulars.~ 470 2, 45 | universals only, but needs to take cognizance of ~singulars 471 2, 45 | that, Since acts and habits take their species from their ~ 472 2, 45 | takes good counsel." Now "to take counsel" and "to command" 473 2, 45 | acts. The first is "to take counsel," which belongs 474 2, 45 | over-solicitude, since fear makes us ~take counsel, as stated above ( 475 2, 45 | slave is not ~competent to take counsel." But prudence makes 476 2, 45 | But prudence makes a man take good counsel ~(Ethic. vi, 477 2, 45 | his master), but he does ~take counsel in so far as he 478 2, 45 | especially." Now many sinners can take ~good counsel. Therefore 479 2, 45 | Reply OBJ 3: Sinners can take good counsel for an evil 480 2, 45 | but they do not perfectly take good counsel for the end ~ 481 2, 45 | many have grace who do not take ~good counsel, and need 482 2, 45 | if they have grace, to take counsel for themselves in 483 2, 45 | 8): "Neither shalt thou take bribes which blind even 484 2, 46 | parts of prudence, if we take them properly, are the prudence 485 2, 47 | remember a thing, he should take some suitable yet somewhat ~ 486 2, 47 | is necessary in order to take good ~counsel for the future.~ 487 2, 47 | should be done. Now a man may take ~good counsel, though he 488 2, 47 | The work of prudence is to take good counsel, as stated ~ 489 2, 47 | secondary act is to judge and to take counsel. But none of these 490 2, 47 | impossible. But no man ~can take precautions against all 491 2, 47 | reason, ~nor is man able to take precautions against them, 492 2, 48 | it belongs to prudence to take counsel. Therefore there 493 2, 49 | virtues, since many sinners take good-counsel, and many godly 494 2, 49 | it ~is proper to him to take counsel, since this denotes 495 2, 49 | rather "a disposition to take good counsel." Hence it 496 2, 49 | although perhaps he does not take good ~counsel in other particular 497 2, 49 | deliberating well) which makes man take good counsel must ~needs 498 2, 49 | It belongs to prudence to take good counsel by commanding ~ 499 2, 49 | same cause, for ~many can take good counsel, without having 500 2, 50 | deliberating well) makes man take good counsel either for


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