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1 1, 2 | This is especially the case in regard to ~God, because, 2 1, 2 | efficient causes. There is no case ~known (neither is it, indeed, 3 1, 5 | The same would be ~the case with species and order in 4 1, 5 | whereas this ought to be the case if the division were made 5 1, 7 | self-subsisting, as some think is ~the case with angels, these will 6 1, 9 | substantial being as in the case of things corruptible; or 7 1, 9 | locality only, as in the case of the celestial bodies; 8 1, 9 | divers objects, as in the case with the angels; and universally 9 1, 10 | this is seen not to be the case when ~we consider those 10 1, 10 | others; as ~appears in the case especially of human souls. 11 1, 11 | many" in ~parts; in such a case a thing will be "one" absolutely 12 1, 11 | being; which is not the case in privations of ~special 13 1, 13 | them impossible, as in the case of those things which are ~ 14 1, 13 | whereas this is not the case when it is applied to God; 15 1, 13 | creature only, for in that case God would ~be called "Lord" 16 1, 13 | And this appears to be the case both in ~propositions which 17 1, 13 | not hold in the present ~case; because our intellect, 18 1, 14 | intelligible species, as is the case with our intellect ~when 19 1, 14 | know themselves, as in the case of each of the senses; whereas 20 1, 14 | created causes, as is the case with us; and hence His knowledge 21 1, 15 | who knows them. In either ~case we must suppose ideas, as 22 1, 15 | species. The same is the case with those accidents that 23 1, 16 | This is in like manner the case with complex or non-complex 24 1, 16 | the idea of the true. The case is the same if we compare 25 1, 16 | things the converse of the case. From the fact, then, that 26 1, 17 | unless perhaps ~in the case of voluntary agents only, 27 1, 17 | divine intellect, in which case they would be false simply, 28 1, 17 | opinion, not in any ~one case, but in the majority of 29 1, 18 | fact have held, in that case movement would really be 30 1, 18 | generates them. The same is the case with the movement of ~other 31 1, 18 | sense, as we see in the case ~of shellfish and other 32 1, 19 | person that understands. The case ~with the understanding 33 1, 19 | the same glance, in this case the knowing of the conclusion ~ 34 1, 19 | means. This cannot be the case if in one act he wills both 35 1, 19 | restricted ~application, in which case they would mean, as Augustine 36 1, 19 | of each class; in which case they ~mean that God wills 37 1, 19 | But if in a ~particular case we add that a man is a murderer 38 1, 19 | inferior causes. Thus in the ~case of the raising of Lazarus, 39 1, 19 | one expression only in the case of ~evil - namely, prohibition - 40 1, 19 | counsel and precept - in ~the case of good.~Aquin.: SMT FP 41 1, 21 | whereas the converse is the case ~with the mind that receives 42 1, 21 | liberally or mercifully. The case ~is the same with one who 43 1, 22 | the one effect; as in ~the case of natural things, which 44 1, 23 | exactly the same thing in the case of the number of the ~reprobate, 45 1, 28 | two aspects thereof. ~The case is otherwise, however, when 46 1, 28 | it would not ~in that case be a subsistence. But as 47 1, 32 | partnership, this holds in the case of one not having ~perfect 48 1, 32 | an ~adequate proof in the case of God, forasmuch as the 49 1, 36 | the agent; and ~in that case it is the cause of why the 50 1, 36 | unity, because ~in that case the Father and the Son would 51 1, 37 | determined effect, then in that case, the principle of the ~action 52 1, 39 | nature, as is clear in the case of all ~separate substances. 53 1, 39 | transition, denote the oblique ~case. Therefore it is equally 54 1, 39 | designate the form. In which case two genitives are required, 55 1, 39 | is either in the ablative case, and then it means "He ~ 56 1, 39 | signification is not in each case the same. For ~since this 57 1, 39 | because in ~the first case "thing" stands for person, 58 1, 45 | creature, because in ~that case it would be necessary for 59 1, 45 | simple things, as in the case of separate substances, 60 1, 45 | or ~composite, as in the case of material substances. 61 1, 46 | But ~this would not be the case if the world had been always. 62 1, 46 | duration as appears in the ~case of illumination. Hence they 63 1, 46 | considers only a ~particular case. Hence one might say that 64 1, 47 | proportion to the whole; in the ~case of an animal, for instance, 65 1, 48 | absolute actuality, as in the case of a transparent ~body, 66 1, 48 | so is it in the ~present case. But this explanation does 67 1, 49 | motive power, as in the case of ~children, or by reason 68 1, 53 | hold good in the present case; and it is shown thus. ~ 69 1, 57 | natures; and in either ~case there is intellectual vision.~ 70 1, 60 | severed from him, as is the case with the demons, who have 71 1, 61 | teaching, as is also the case with the doctrine of ~Athanasius," 72 1, 62 | clearly false, because in that case a lower angel could by ~ 73 1, 62 | Therefore ~the same is the case with the angel.~Aquin.: 74 1, 64 | referred to God, as is the case with the demons, it is ~ 75 1, 66 | other forms. And this is the case even where some forms are 76 1, 66 | visible body, which is not the case. ~The empyrean heaven, then, 77 1, 66 | does not seem to be the case, ~especially as it is presumed 78 1, 67 | simultaneously. ~But this is the case with light and air. Therefore 79 1, 67 | though this may ~be the case in short distances, it cannot 80 1, 67 | does not appear to be the case. Neither does it appear 81 1, 67 | whiteness. But this is not the case with ~light since darkness 82 1, 67 | But this cannot be the case ~for two reasons. First, 83 1, 67 | incorruptible. For in that case its ~matter cannot take 84 1, 69 | towards the sea. In ~their case, therefore, a Divine precept 85 1, 70 | especially evidenced in the case of ~animals generated from 86 1, 71 | the seed, but that in the case ~of animals generated from 87 1, 72 | unnecessary to do so in the case of man, as what had already 88 1, 72 | however, is repeated in the case ~of man, since in him generation 89 1, 73 | appearing, ~especially in the case of animals generated from 90 1, 74 | But this would not be the case if the days ~of these works 91 1, 75 | does not appear to be the case in the movement of ~an animal, 92 1, 75 | since, if that were ~the case, every body would be a living 93 1, 75 | that never ~occurs in the case of the intellect. For an 94 1, 75 | the body; because in that ~case all the operations which 95 1, 76 | the soul. This is not the case with other ~non-subsistent 96 1, 76 | Now this would not be the case if the various principles 97 1, 76 | which could never be ~the case unless the principle of 98 1, 76 | however, provided in ~this case by applying a remedy against 99 1, 76 | or of clothing, as is the case with other animals, the 100 1, 76 | immediately. This is the case with every form which, if 101 1, 77 | with the soul, so is it the case with one power as regards 102 1, 37 | determined effect, then in that case, the principle of the ~action 103 1, 39 | nature, as is clear in the case of all ~separate substances. 104 1, 39 | transition, denote the oblique ~case. Therefore it is equally 105 1, 39 | designate the form. In which case two genitives are required, 106 1, 39 | is either in the ablative case, and then it means "He ~ 107 1, 39 | signification is not in each case the same. For since this 108 1, 39 | because in ~the first case "thing" stands for person, 109 1, 46 | creature, because in ~that case it would be necessary for 110 1, 46 | simple things, as in the case of separate substances, 111 1, 46 | or ~composite, as in the case of material substances. 112 1, 47 | But ~this would not be the case if the world had been always. 113 1, 47 | duration as appears in the ~case of illumination. Hence they 114 1, 47 | considers only a ~particular case. Hence one might say that 115 1, 48 | proportion to the whole; in the ~case of an animal, for instance, 116 1, 49 | absolute actuality, as in the case of a transparent ~body, 117 1, 49 | so is it in the ~present case. But this explanation does 118 1, 50 | motive power, as in the case of ~children, or by reason 119 1, 54 | hold good in the present case; and it is shown thus. ~ 120 1, 58 | natures; and in either ~case there is intellectual vision.~ 121 1, 61 | severed from him, as is the case with the demons, who have 122 1, 62 | teaching, as is also the case with the doctrine of ~Athanasius," 123 1, 63 | clearly false, because in that case a lower angel could by ~ 124 1, 63 | Therefore ~the same is the case with the angel.~Aquin.: 125 1, 65 | referred to God, as is the case with the demons, it is ~ 126 1, 67 | other forms. And this is the case even where some forms are 127 1, 67 | visible body, which is not the case. ~The empyrean heaven, then, 128 1, 67 | does not seem to be the case, ~especially as it is presumed 129 1, 68 | simultaneously. ~But this is the case with light and air. Therefore 130 1, 68 | though this may ~be the case in short distances, it cannot 131 1, 68 | does not appear to be the case. Neither does it appear 132 1, 68 | whiteness. But this is not the case with ~light since darkness 133 1, 68 | But this cannot be the case ~for two reasons. First, 134 1, 68 | incorruptible. For in that case its ~matter cannot take 135 1, 70 | towards the sea. In ~their case, therefore, a Divine precept 136 1, 71 | especially evidenced in the case of ~animals generated from 137 1, 71 | the seed, but that in the case ~of animals generated from 138 1, 71 | unnecessary to do so in the case of man, as what had already 139 1, 71 | however, is repeated in the case ~of man, since in him generation 140 1, 72 | appearing, ~especially in the case of animals generated from 141 1, 73 | But this would not be the case if the days ~of these works 142 1, 74 | does not appear to be the case in the movement of ~an animal, 143 1, 74 | since, if that were ~the case, every body would be a living 144 1, 74 | that never ~occurs in the case of the intellect. For an 145 1, 74 | the body; because in that ~case all the operations which 146 1, 75 | the soul. This is not the case with other ~non-subsistent 147 1, 75 | Now this would not be the case if the various principles 148 1, 75 | which could never be ~the case unless the principle of 149 1, 75 | however, provided in ~this case by applying a remedy against 150 1, 75 | or of clothing, as is the case with other animals, the 151 1, 75 | immediately. This is the case with every form which, if 152 1, 76 | with the soul, so is it the case with one power as regards 153 1, 77 | sensible, which is ~not the case with the perception of those 154 1, 78 | particular reason." And in each ~case "passive" may be taken in 155 1, 78 | applied to an individual case. But the ~application of 156 1, 82 | because this judgment, in the case of some particular act, 157 1, 82 | the reason, yet in a given case can resist by ~desiring 158 1, 83 | which would not be the case unless we had innate ~species. 159 1, 83 | colors. This would not be the case if the soul had innate images 160 1, 83 | asserting; for in either case the mind ~of the listener 161 1, 83 | organ, for instance ~in a case of frenzy; or when the act 162 1, 83 | is hindered, as in the ~case of lethargy, we see that 163 1, 83 | But this would not be the case if man, while asleep, had 164 1, 83 | sequence; thus it happens in a case of fever. And ~if the evaporation 165 1, 84 | clearly ~appears in the case of the senses. For if we 166 1, 84 | intellect cannot err, as in the case of first principles from 167 1, 85 | maintained, because in that case the soul by its nature would 168 1, 87 | which is impossible in the ~case of the latter, for there 169 1, 88 | would vanish; for in that case ~when the body was once 170 1, 88 | as is exemplified in the case of other separate ~substances. 171 1, 88 | separate ~substances. In that case, however, the union of soul 172 1, 88 | and diversified, as is the case with lines radiating ~from 173 1, 88 | themselves; thus we see in the case of uneducated men ~that 174 1, 88 | souls; ~as we see in the case of the rich man in hell, 175 1, 88 | sensible, and in either case a ~determinate distance 176 1, 88 | passage above quoted: "The case of the holy souls is different, 177 1, 90 | contraries, as much needs be the case with regard to touch; for 178 1, 91 | for life; which is not the case with ~other animals. Thirdly, 179 1, 92 | thirdly, because in that case ~Scripture should not have 180 1, 92 | understanding, as in the case of sleep, we must say that 181 1, 92 | soul. Such is clearly the case with faith, which comes 182 1, 93 | this would have been the case in the state of innocence. ~ 183 1, 93 | it is not free, as is the case in sleep. ~Therefore it 184 1, 94 | contrary, if such were the case, man would be better off 185 1, 95 | reason; as we can see in the case of any one man. Therefore, 186 1, 95 | would not have been ~the case in the primitive state. 187 1, 96 | which is clearly not the case. Therefore man was not ~ 188 1, 97 | paradise: which was not ~the case according to Scripture ( 189 1, 98 | considered in the individual case: ~but not against the purpose 190 1, 98 | Especially was this the case in the ~state of innocence, 191 1, 99 | may be otherwise in ~the case of special privilege, such 192 1, 99 | righteousness, which is the case only with ~the damned. Wherefore 193 1, 100 | body; which was not ~the case in paradise, because, as 194 1, 101 | not aware that such is the case with some ~other streams?"~ 195 1, 102 | which would not be the case unless some sort of ~providence 196 1, 102 | other; as is evident in the case of contraries. Therefore ~ 197 1, 103 | exist; which would be the case were He to annihilate ~anything.~ 198 1, 106 | much more can this ~be the case among the angels.~Aquin.: 199 1, 107 | understanding; which is not the case in the angels: and hence 200 1, 107 | gifts; which is not the case with men, as above ~explained ( 201 1, 107 | here the reverse is the case; for the angels themselves 202 1, 108 | punishment, ~because in that case the superior demons who 203 1, 108 | precedence; which is not the case with men, who are ~naturally 204 1, 111 | This would not be the case if the angels of ~the second 205 1, 112 | man wills in a ~particular case, and at a particular time, 206 1, 117 | This argument holds in the case of diverse agents not ~ordered 207 1, 118 | species: ~as is clearly the case with the sun, moon and such 208 2, 1 | apprehend it, as is the case of those things which are 209 2, 1 | time. Which would be the case were it to tend to ~several 210 2, 1 | completion; as is clearly ~the case in effects both of nature 211 2, 2 | infinite. But this is the case with riches more than anything ~ 212 2, 2 | goods, the contrary is the case: for when we already possess 213 2, 3 | 3 ~This is evidently the case in regard to sensible ends. 214 2, 5 | It often happens in the case of active powers ordained 215 2, 6 | animal's body, as in the case of cold or heat; and ~through 216 2, 6 | same remark applies in the case of one who ~contorts his 217 2, 6 | voluntary in this particular ~case, in order, namely, to avoid 218 2, 6 | outside this particular case, and inasmuch as it is ~ 219 2, 6 | actual circumstances of the case.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[6] A[6] 220 2, 9 | will: which in the present case is impossible; since then ~ 221 2, 9 | which is good; as in the case of those whom He ~moves 222 2, 10 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: In the case of natural things, that 223 2, 10 | moves it: because in that ~case God's operation would be 224 2, 12 | beginning and end, as in ~the case of ascent and descent (Phys. 225 2, 13 | is possible; but in ~each case should stand by his superior' 226 2, 17 | virtue and vice: as ~in the case of gluttony and lust, and 227 2, 17 | command of reason. This is the case ~with these two organs in 228 2, 18 | nor is the reverse the case. Wherefore one of these ~ 229 2, 19 | becomes evil. And this is the case not only in ~indifferent 230 2, 19 | reason: so that in such a case a man would be in a dilemma, 231 2, 19 | will be evil in ~either case. But in order for the will 232 2, 20 | Chrysostom is speaking of the case where a man's will is ~complete, 233 2, 22 | whereas the reverse is the case, when ~from a more excellent 234 2, 22 | relating to perfection the case is the opposite, ~in comparison 235 2, 23 | active causes, ~which, in the case of the passions of the soul, 236 2, 24 | reason: as is clear in the ~case of "shame" which is base 237 2, 25 | any further ~except in the case of anger: yet neither can 238 2, 27 | cause of love; for in that case a man would love in another, ~ 239 2, 27 | inconstant. For in ~either case friendship seems to be based 240 2, 28 | properly speaking, in the case of those things which, in 241 2, 29 | But the reverse is the case in ~the order of intention: 242 2, 29 | object ~loved: such is the case of those who wish not to 243 2, 32 | 7): since in the latter ~case we encounter difficulties 244 2, 33 | protracted; as is evident in the case of pleasures of the table. 245 2, 33 | as ~may be seen in the case of drunkards, in whom the 246 2, 34 | bodily change. But in this case the pleasure is not morally ~ 247 2, 34 | the FP, Q[98], A[2] the ~case was different in the state 248 2, 35 | is most evident ~in the case of contradiction, which 249 2, 35 | understood as being the case ~properly speaking. The 250 2, 37 | measure or quantity, as is the case with the other passions 251 2, 38 | pleasure in it: because in each case ~the one agrees with the 252 2, 38 | they be excessive, in which case, accidentally, they lessen 253 2, 38 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: In either case there is a proof of friendship, 254 2, 39 | evil, as is evident ~in the case of temporal goods. And, 255 2, 42 | an assailant. In either case evil of nature is feared 256 2, 42 | as they discover that the case is different from ~what 257 2, 44 | be very great, as in the case of those who are ~being 258 2, 44 | members. But such is not the ~case. Therefore trembling of 259 2, 46 | This is evident in the ~case of love and hatred: for 260 2, 48 | it, as is evident in the case of thirst which ~increases 261 2, 48 | his anger in the second case be greater: because ~the 262 2, 48 | reason; as is clear in the case of ~drunkenness or sleep. 263 2, 49 | which is had"; as is the case in those things which we 264 2, 49 | something else; in that case habit is a quality; since ~ 265 2, 49 | disposition, as is clearly the case in God.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 266 2, 50 | For if this were ~the case, surely their essence would 267 2, 51 | Divine infusion, as is the case ~with all gratuitous virtues.~ 268 2, 52 | addition at all; such is the ~case with things subject to rarefaction, 269 2, 53 | ways. This is clearly the case with bodily habits - for ~ 270 2, 53 | as is clearly seen in the case both of ~science and of 271 2, 55 | potentiality' in the first ~case, and 'power' in the second] 272 2, 55 | goodness. But this ~is not the case with specific forms, as 273 2, 56 | make a solecism: and the ~case is the same with other sciences 274 2, 56 | need exists only in the case of ~virtues which are directed 275 2, 57 | does not seem to be the case ~with prudence: for it is 276 2, 58 | which would not be the case if his ~sensitive appetite 277 2, 58 | destroyed in a particular case by a ~passion: thus to one 278 2, 58 | matters: in the ~former case our judgment depends on 279 2, 59 | least in the will, ~in which case it is not a passion. And 280 2, 60 | as the agent, as is the case with ~non-univocal causes 281 2, 60 | generated by the ~sun. In this case the forms received into 282 2, 60 | soul, as is ~evidently the case with temperance, fortitude 283 2, 60 | evident especially in the case of ~sciences. But the passions 284 2, 60 | this clearly is not the case: since there is one moral ~ 285 2, 63 | acquired by acts. But the ~case is not so in the question 286 2, 64 | of it; as is clearly the case in all things ruled or ~ 287 2, 64 | with ~reason. This is the case with magnanimity and magnificence. 288 2, 64 | the real mean: ~in which case the mean of moral virtue 289 2, 64 | virtue is the true; in the case of contemplative virtue, ~ 290 2, 64 | absolutely (Ethic. vi, 2); in the case of practical ~virtue, it 291 2, 64 | whereas ~this is not so in the case of theological virtue, considered 292 2, 65 | another, as is clearly the case with the various sciences ~ 293 2, 66 | this is clearly not the case: ~since various saints are 294 2, 68 | This argument holds, in the case of an instrument which has ~ 295 2, 68 | we have stated to be the case with regard to ~the cardinal 296 2, 69 | attained ~perfection, in which case they refer to the present 297 2, 71 | is bound to do, in which case he might be ~deemed guilty 298 2, 71 | much trouble; and in ~this case this act, of its very nature, 299 2, 71 | in the morning. In this case ~the act, interior or exterior, 300 2, 72 | contrary, If this were the case all sins would belong to 301 2, 72 | genere," genus in this case denoting the species], as 302 2, 73 | many to the one, as is the case with virtues, ~which are 303 2, 73 | difficult evil. For in ~each case there is a certain superiority, 304 2, 73 | Now this would not be the case unless a circumstance aggravated ~ 305 2, 73 | murderer or a ~thief. In this case the quantity of harm aggravates 306 2, 73 | commit ~fornication. In this case again the quantity of the 307 2, 73 | this, as it would be in the case of a believer, ~who, seemingly, 308 2, 73 | harm ~on himself, as in the case of suicide, though this 309 2, 73 | committed. For if this were ~the case a sin would be aggravated 310 2, 73 | would be still more the case if the person be near of 311 2, 74 | apprehensive power, as in the case of those whose ignorance 312 2, 74 | and with regard to the case when ~it is a defect of 313 2, 74 | must observe that in ~every case brought up for judgment, 314 2, 76 | except in ~some individual case. Now it is evident that 315 2, 76 | sin altogether, as is the case with madmen and ~imbeciles: 316 2, 76 | seem to be chiefly the case as regards the ignorance 317 2, 76 | accidentally; wherefore, in that case there is less contempt, 318 2, 76 | although in the ~latter case there are two sins: because 319 2, 77 | judgment in a particular case, he would have two contrary ~ 320 2, 77 | even ~in that particular case. Therefore he has knowledge, 321 2, 77 | actually: and in such a case it does not seem ~difficult 322 2, 77 | sin altogether, as in the case of mad ~people. Much more, 323 2, 77 | which ~would not be the case if they excused from sin 324 2, 77 | towards the effect; as is the case with one who ~wilfully gets 325 2, 77 | gets drunk, for in that case he is considered to do voluntarily ~ 326 2, 77 | reason altogether, as in ~the case of those who are mad through 327 2, 77 | the ~passion, as is the case with the incontinent, who 328 2, 77 | of law in a ~particular case, by preventing universal 329 2, 77 | the rescue, which is the case in sudden movements. Now 330 2, 78 | stated above: and in this case anyone would choose to ~ 331 2, 78 | of the body, ~as in the case of a man who is naturally 332 2, 78 | more dangerous than in the case of the man who sins ~through 333 2, 79 | their salvation, as in the case of some ~of the Jews, who 334 2, 80 | On the contrary, In that case, the devil would never tempt 335 2, 80 | sensitive appetite; as is the case with ~one who is possessed. 336 2, 81 | bodily habit, as in the case ~of idiots begetting idiots; 337 2, 81 | guilt. It is thus in the case before us: because guilt 338 2, 82 | second nature, as in the case of ~sickness or health. 339 2, 85 | uniform, as is evidently the case with air, water, flesh and 340 2, 85 | what is subtracted in each case be less ~than what was subtracted 341 2, 86 | or wrinkle": and in each ~case it is question of the stain 342 2, 87 | interior act, as is clearly the case with anger or envy, or an 343 2, 87 | exterior ~act, as is the case with one who endures considerable 344 2, 87 | contrary, If this were the case, the punishments of all 345 2, 87 | nevertheless in ~this particular case and for this particular 346 2, 87 | their ~parents, as in the case of high treason. Therefore 347 2, 88 | getting drunk, for in that case ~the drunkenness is not 348 2, 89 | Augustine is speaking of the case in which many venial sins ~ 349 2, 89 | imperfection of the act, as in the case of sudden movements, in 350 2, 89 | prohibition, ~which is not the case in point. Therefore an angel 351 2, 91 | function of nature, as is the case in irrational creatures, ~ 352 2, 94 | happen in a particular ~case that it would be injurious, 353 2, 94 | it is blotted out in the case of a ~particular action, 354 2, 95 | judge aright of each single case. Secondly, because those ~ 355 2, 95 | judgment on each single case has to be pronounced as 356 2, 96 | happen in an individual case."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[96] A[ 357 2, 96 | have in view every single case, he shapes the ~law according 358 2, 96 | common good. Wherefore if a case arise wherein the observance 359 2, 96 | to them: and so in that case the gates ought to be opened, 360 2, 96 | Reply OBJ 1: He who in a case of necessity acts beside 361 2, 96 | law; but of a particular case in which he sees ~that the 362 2, 96 | the law simply; but in a case in which it is evident, 363 2, 96 | account of every ~single case; wherefore he is not able 364 2, 97 | the extreme urgency of the case, due to the fact that either 365 2, 97 | a great benefit or in a case ~of great urgency, as stated 366 2, 97 | beside the law; namely, ~in a case where the law fails; yet 367 2, 97 | individual, or in some particular case, either because it would 368 2, 99 | expressed in words, as in the ~case of metaphorical expressions; 369 2, 100 | rather the reverse is the case. Again, a child ~is a part 370 2, 100 | state the reason in each case.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] A[ 371 2, 100 | there occurs a particular case in which, if ~the letter 372 2, 100 | keep watch ~as sentries in case of siege, some might be 373 2, 100 | And ~yet such is not the case. It is therefore unbecoming 374 2, 100 | natural instinct, as in the case of the ~superadded moral 375 2, 102 | young; ~while with doves the case is the reverse. Wherefore, 376 2, 102 | sprinkling of water, or, in the case of ~those which were more 377 2, 104 | neighbor: as is evidently the case ~with the seven precepts 378 2, 105 | were ~negligent. In the case, however, of animals not 379 2, 105 | devoured by a beast (in which case, however, a ~man was bound 380 2, 105 | only held responsible in case ~of theft.~Aquin.: SMT FS 381 2, 105 | possession: because in that case he had to ~restore only 382 2, 105 | twice the number, as in the case of other thefts: for there ~ 383 2, 105 | adultery ~and incest. In the case of thief of other things 384 2, 105 | indemnification: while in the case of blows and mutilation 385 2, 105 | two cases. First, ~in the case of a slave who was unwilling 386 2, 105 | for ever. Secondly, in the case of a thief, who had not 387 2, 105 | sight of the Lord, who have case me out this day, that I ~ 388 2, 105 | the day ~before" (in which case steps might have been taken 389 2, 105 | assault. But this was not the case if a man killed his own ~ 390 2, 105 | compelled. Hence in this ~case the Lord commanded the stubborn 391 2, 105 | in marriage: as was the case with Ruth whom Booz married. ~ 392 2, 107 | Law. This is clear in the case of murder and ~adultery, 393 2, 107 | no exception save in the case of ~fornication." The same 394 2, 108 | of them in a ~particular case, this is taking that counsel 395 2, 108 | applying to that particular case. For instance, when anyone ~ 396 2, 108 | counsels in that particular case. In like manner, when a 397 2, 108 | counsel in that particular case: for instance, if he do 398 2, 110 | goodness, as is clear in the case of knowledge. ~And thus 399 2, 112 | given, as is ~clear in the case of Paul, who received grace 400 2, 113 | their free-will. ~But in the case of one who has had the use 401 2, 114 | first reason adduced, the case is ~different in God and 402 2, 114 | impediment of sin, the ~case is similar with man and 403 2, 1 | either ~by itself (as in the case of first principles, which 404 2, 1 | already known (as in ~the case of conclusions which are 405 2, 1 | their ~gender, number or case. Again in rhetoric, articles 406 2, 2 | which would not be the case if they did not merit ~by 407 2, 2 | On the other hand, in the case ~of faith, both these things 408 2, 2 | meritorious: whereas in the case of ~opinion, there is no 409 2, 2 | Gregory is referring to the case of a man who has no will ~ 410 2, 6 | charity, ~as is frequently the case in sinners, are from God.~ 411 2, 9 | perfect ~thing, as is the case in Logic. For in the genus 412 2, 10 | from malice, as was the ~case with the Apostle.~Aquin.: 413 2, 10 | kind of sin. But in the case of another sin, e.g. adultery, 414 2, 10 | of the sinner, in which case the thing ~to which the 415 2, 10 | as an ~evil, and in this case the good which is forsaken 416 2, 10 | unbelievers. In the first case it is necessary to dispute 417 2, 10 | other hand, ~in the second case it is dangerous to dispute 418 2, 10 | temporal judgment, in ~the case when, while dwelling among 419 2, 10 | for so doing. But in the case of simple people and those 420 2, 10 | a believer, than if the case were the reverse: and so 421 2, 11 | genus and cause. Thus in the case ~of adultery committed for 422 2, 11 | Wherefore, as to the case in point also, the proximate 423 2, 11 | understood as referring to ~the case when the cockle cannot be 424 2, 12 | which is evidently not the case. Therefore we ought not 425 2, 12 | A[1]), which is not the case in any other sin.~Aquin.: 426 2, 12 | blasphemous ~nature: in which case he is not excused from mortal 427 2, 14 | understand, for instance in the case of imbeciles and ~madmen, 428 2, 14 | explanations; in ~which case, moreover, he is unable 429 2, 17 | purgatory, because in either case they apprehend happiness 430 2, 18 | greatest evil, ~which is the case with one who is devoid of 431 2, 18 | greatest evil, which is the case with one who has ~charity. 432 2, 18 | honors and riches. In either case, ~this proceeds from poverty 433 2, 21 | certain promises, as in the case of the first ~and fourth 434 2, 22 | and ~virtuous, as in the case of friendship based on pleasure 435 2, 23 | however, does not apply to the case in point, since ~the subject 436 2, 23 | some have held to be the case.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[24] A[ 437 2, 23 | it: for this would be the case if the form, of itself, 438 2, 23 | distinction does not apply to the case ~in point, since there is 439 2, 23 | this does not occur in the case in point: ~because there 440 2, 23 | this would have been the case with the apostles before 441 2, 23 | in this life, as in the case of Paul. ~Therefore charity 442 2, 23 | charity; for this would be the case, were its love given only 443 2, 24 | to their assistance in a case of ~urgency, according to 444 2, 24 | respect, are in the same case as the demons.~Aquin.: SMT 445 2, 25 | neighbor's welfare, except in a case where he is ~under obligation 446 2, 26 | this would seem to ~be the case when we love our friends 447 2, 27 | it; and the latter is the case chiefly in the love of ~ 448 2, 27 | down as a vice, as in the case of sloth and ~envy. Therefore 449 2, 28 | ourselves, so ~too, in the case of those who are so closely 450 2, 28 | sensitive appetite, in ~which case mercy is not a virtue but 451 2, 28 | elective habit, in which case they assume ~the character 452 2, 29 | to him in some particular case. Hence charity binds us, 453 2, 29 | charity but of cupidity. The ~case may occur, however, that 454 2, 29 | some other way. ~In this case a man ought to pay what 455 2, 29 | it, unless perchance the case be so urgent that it ~would 456 2, 29 | equal distress: in which case, however, the claims on 457 2, 29 | moral equity, as ~in the case of benefits received gratis. 458 2, 29 | parents. Nevertheless in a case of extreme urgency it would 459 2, 30 | supervening. In the first ~case, the need is either internal 460 2, 30 | his intention; in which case the remedy ~is applied by " 461 2, 30 | regard to some particular case, when ~some corporal alms 462 2, 30 | him: and it is thus in the case ~in point.~Aquin.: SMT SS 463 2, 30 | he ~has charge (in which case we have the expression " 464 2, 30 | speaking in ~reference to a case in which almsgiving was 465 2, 30 | need he ~consider every case that may possibly occur 466 2, 30 | himself in the presence of a case of urgency, and had merely 467 2, 30 | without prejudice to ~such a case as might happen, supposing 468 2, 30 | possession of ~it; as in the case of rapine, theft and usury, 469 2, 30 | something unlawful, as in the case of a ~woman's profits from 470 2, 30 | enticed him to play, in which ~case he is not bound to restitution, 471 2, 30 | force, wherefore in this case he ought to give ~it away 472 2, 30 | are common property in a case of extreme ~necessity. Hence 473 2, 30 | would ~be especially the case if they gave alms for them. 474 2, 30 | probable reason: except in a case of extreme necessity, when 475 2, 30 | necessity as stated, ~in the case of a monk, in the preceding 476 2, 31 | the ~end, which in this case is the good of virtue. If 477 2, 31 | This would seem ~to be the case when a man reckons that 478 2, 31 | danger is ~greater, as in the case of madmen. Much more, therefore 479 2, 31 | public or ~secret. In the case of public sins, a remedy 480 2, 31 | On the other hand, in the case of secret sins, the words 481 2, 31 | others. Therefore in the case of secret sins one ought 482 2, 33 | consideration. This is the case with ~sloth, because the 483 2, 33 | over the spirit. In this case it is evident that ~sloth 484 2, 35 | the discord is in this case accidentally contrary to ~ 485 2, 36 | matter in dispute, in which case it is ~blameworthy.~Aquin.: 486 2, 37 | a schismatic, save ~in a case of necessity, since it is 487 2, 39 | not the assailants in this case who are guilty of ~strife 488 2, 39 | other's hurt, which in this case is the ~outcome of hatred, 489 2, 41 | appearance of sin. In this case he that does such ~an act 490 2, 41 | his own will. In such a case even active scandal is not 491 2, 41 | wishes to do. But in the ~case of active direct scandal, 492 2, 41 | of a schism, for in that ~case it would be contrary to 493 2, 41 | obtained, which is not the ~case if the brother be scandalized 494 2, 41 | This may be seen in the case of those who ~have vowed 495 2, 41 | being enjoined as in the case of ~prelates, or from the 496 2, 41 | common weal. In this latter case the care of such ~things ( 497 2, 41 | weakness of others (in which ~case, as stated above, A[7], 498 2, 43 | apparently ~this is not the case, because such an exposition 499 2, 44 | indisposition, as ~in the case of idiots, and such like 500 2, 45 | involuntarily, whereas in the case of ~prudence, as of the


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