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St. Thomas Aquinas
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1 1, 2 | of two ways: on the ~one hand, self-evident in itself, 2 1, 2 | is put in motion by the ~hand. Therefore it is necessary 3 1, 3 | 33:16); and "The ~right hand of the Lord hath wrought 4 1, 3 | individualizing matter. On the ~other hand, in things not composed 5 1, 3 | Rational being, on the other hand, is derived from ~intellectual 6 1, 3 | composite ~so acts; for the hand does not act, but the man 7 1, 3 | act, but the man by his hand; and, fire ~warms by its 8 1, 5 | towards a thing). On the other hand, beauty ~relates to the 9 1, 7 | formless matter. On the other hand, form ~is not made perfect 10 1, 7 | soul, the movement of the hand, and a hammer; and supposing ~ 11 1, 8 | the surface. On ~the other hand, incorporeal substances 12 1, 9 | that place. On the other hand ~incorporeal substances, 13 1, 10 | principle. On the other hand others assign primary ~matter 14 1, 11 | accidentally. On the other hand, if it be undivided accidentally, 15 1, 13 | 3~Neither, on the other hand, are names applied to God 16 1, 13 | The things, on the other hand, known to us in themselves, 17 1, 13 | as strength. On the other hand, forms which are ~individualized 18 1, 13 | true Deity. On the other hand, A Catholic signifies the 19 1, 14 | perfected by act. On ~the other hand, the divine intellect, which 20 1, 14 | Body Para. 3/4~On the other hand, others have said that God 21 1, 14 | the ~species. On the other hand, the divine essence, whereby 22 1, 14 | not follow. On the ~other hand some say that this antecedent 23 1, 17 | Ps. 4:3): as on the other hand virtuous deeds are ~called 24 1, 19 | prohibition. On the other hand, ~good stands in various 25 1, 21 | those virtues. On ~the other hand, certain moral virtues are 26 1, 22 | beginning, and left him ~in the hand of his own counsel" (Ecclus. 27 1, 22 | significantly said: "In the hand of his own ~counsel." But 28 1, 25 | be passive. On the other hand, the notion of active ~principle 29 1, 28 | dependence on God. On the other hand, the ~divine processions 30 1, 29 | hypostasis, ~nor that the hand is since it is only a part. 31 1, 29 | substance, as neither can the hand nor any other part ~of man; 32 1, 30 | sweetness; on the other hand, the relative properties 33 1, 31 | that nature. On the other hand, we say ~"Unity in Trinity"; 34 1, 31 | white," that therefore "his hand is not white," or ~that " 35 1, 34 | speaking." On the other hand, "to be spoken" belongs 36 1, 37 | Word Himself. On the other ~hand, on the part of the will, 37 1, 37 | understand"; but, on the other hand, so far as ~these words 38 1, 39 | of ~Peter." On the other hand, the thing having form is 39 1, 39 | divine ~essence. On the other hand, the names which signify 40 1, 46 | stick, the stick by the hand, and so on to infinity. 41 1, 49 | the lame. On the other hand, evil is caused in a thing, 42 1, 50 | substances, on the other ~hand, are above our intellect; 43 1, 50 | towards nothing, unless the hand of the Almighty preserved 44 1, 53 | last "now." On the other hand, it is of ~the very nature 45 1, 55 | no purpose. On the other hand, the higher ~substances - 46 1, 59 | within it. On the other hand, the will goes out to what 47 1, 60 | for ~self. On the other hand, each loves self with the 48 1, 60 | as, for ~instance, the hand is without deliberation 49 1, 63 | rectitude. Were the ~craftsman's hand the rule itself engraving, 50 1, 64 | punished by being deprived of a hand or a foot or of something ~ 51 1, 68 | the singular. On the other hand, Basil (Hom. iii in Hexaem.), ~ 52 1, 69 | as twofold. On the ~one hand, the earth was "invisible" 53 1, 69 | the ~waters; on the other hand, it was "shapeless" or " 54 1, 70 | living being." On the other hand, the ~Platonists held that 55 1, 73 | twofold sense. On the one ~hand, every operation may be 56 1, 73 | Nom. ii). On the other ~hand, the desire that tends to 57 1, 74 | would seem, on the other hand, that some of these ~days 58 1, 75 | imperfection of the part, so that a hand can be called "this particular ~ 59 1, 75 | this sense, the eye or the hand ~cannot be said to subsist " 60 1, 75 | eye, and feels ~with the hand, and not in the same sense 61 1, 75 | corporeal organ. On the other hand, sensation and the consequent 62 1, 75 | of its species. Hence a hand, or a ~foot, is not called 63 1, 76 | for we do not say that the hand sees because the eye ~sees. 64 1, 76 | for instance, the eye, hand, flesh, ~and bones, and 65 1, 76 | animal; so is it with the hand, the eye, the flesh and 66 1, 77 | the sight. On the other hand, to the act of ~an active 67 1, 77 | its subject. On the other hand, ~actuality is observed 68 1, 37 | Word Himself. On the other ~hand, on the part of the will, 69 1, 37 | understand"; but, on the other hand, so far as ~these words 70 1, 39 | of ~Peter." On the other hand, the thing having form is 71 1, 39 | divine ~essence. On the other hand, the names which signify 72 1, 47 | stick, the stick by the hand, and so on to infinity. 73 1, 50 | the lame. On the other hand, evil is caused in a thing, 74 1, 51 | substances, on the other ~hand, are above our intellect; 75 1, 51 | towards nothing, unless the hand of the Almighty preserved 76 1, 54 | last "now." On the other hand, it is of ~the very nature 77 1, 56 | no purpose. On the other hand, the higher ~substances - 78 1, 60 | within it. On the other hand, the will goes out to ~what 79 1, 61 | for ~self. On the other hand, each loves self with the 80 1, 61 | as, for ~instance, the hand is without deliberation 81 1, 64 | rectitude. Were the ~craftsman's hand the rule itself engraving, 82 1, 65 | punished by being deprived of a hand or a foot or of something ~ 83 1, 69 | the singular. On the other hand, Basil (Hom. iii in Hexaem.), ~ 84 1, 70 | as twofold. On the ~one hand, the earth was "invisible" 85 1, 70 | the ~waters; on the other hand, it was "shapeless" or " 86 1, 71 | living being." On the other hand, the ~Platonists held that 87 1, 72 | twofold sense. On the one ~hand, every operation may be 88 1, 72 | Nom. ii). On the other ~hand, the desire that tends to 89 1, 73 | would seem, on the other hand, that some of these ~days 90 1, 74 | imperfection of the part, so that a hand can be called "this particular ~ 91 1, 74 | this sense, the eye or the hand ~cannot be said to subsist " 92 1, 74 | eye, and feels ~with the hand, and not in the same sense 93 1, 74 | corporeal organ. On the other hand, sensation and the ~consequent 94 1, 74 | of its species. Hence a hand, or a ~foot, is not called 95 1, 75 | for we do not say that the hand sees because the eye ~sees. 96 1, 75 | for instance, the eye, hand, flesh, ~and bones, and 97 1, 75 | animal; so is it with the hand, the eye, the flesh and 98 1, 76 | the sight. On the other hand, to the act of ~an active 99 1, 76 | its subject. On the other hand, ~actuality is observed 100 1, 77 | touch" and "taste"; for ~the hand that touches something hot 101 1, 78 | accidents. ~On the other hand, it knows contingent things, 102 1, 80 | the soul's command both hand and ~foot, and whatever 103 1, 82 | heart of the ~king is in the hand of the Lord; whithersoever 104 1, 82 | beginning, and left him in the hand of his own counsel"; and 105 1, 83 | to others. On the other hand, the intellect does not 106 1, 83 | 2/4~Plato, on the other hand, held that the intellect 107 1, 85 | Body Para. 2/3~On the other hand, our intellect cannot understand 108 1, 85 | occupation. ~On the other hand, the intelligible species 109 1, 88 | Gregory, on the other hand, is ~positive, since he 110 1, 89 | being made. On ~the other hand, the rational soul is a 111 1, 90 | variety. Wherefore ~the hand is called by Aristotle ( 112 1, 91 | Animal. iv, 2). On the other hand, as regards human nature 113 1, 91 | determinate species. On the ~other hand, the Divine Power, being 114 1, 96 | perhaps he put forth ~his hand, and take of the tree of 115 1, 97 | ordained. On the other hand, incorruptible substances 116 1, 98 | the limbs. On the other hand, no Catholic doubts it ~ 117 1, 101 | Now the east is the right hand on the heavens, as the Philosopher ~ 118 1, 101 | Coel. ii, 2); and the right hand is nobler than the left: ~ 119 1, 102 | sustained by a governing hand, as will be ~explained later ( 120 1, 103 | principle of heat. ~On the other hand, air is not of such a nature 121 1, 104 | proportion. On the other hand, a power ~which is not in 122 1, 104 | of action. On the other hand, the end, the agent, and ~ 123 1, 106 | speech; but on the other hand, not every speech is an ~ 124 1, 107 | Gregory, on the other hand, in expounding these names ( 125 1, 107 | i.e. Christ, "on His ~right hand in the heavenly places above 126 1, 109 | private contract. On the other hand, the Divine ~justice is 127 1, 110 | sacred veils." On the other hand, the human intellect as 128 1, 110 | heart of the king is in the hand of the Lord, ~whithersoever 129 1, 111 | administering. On the ~other hand, the names of the inferior 130 1, 112 | they may take them by the hand and guide them to eternal 131 1, 113 | it to good. On the other hand, in regard to the angels, 132 1, 114 | therefore, on the other hand, there ~exists something 133 1, 114 | enlightening it. On the other ~hand, they cannot compel the 134 1, 115 | Body Para. 3/5~On the other hand, some have considered that 135 1, 115 | 2/4~Others, on the other hand, held that fate is changeable, 136 1, 117 | the soul. If on ~the other hand the aforesaid principle 137 1, 117 | not make man without ~a hand or a foot, which are natural 138 1, 118 | renewed; ~as when a man's hand or foot is amputated. But 139 2, 1 | one moves one's ~foot or hand, or scratches one's beard, 140 2, 1 | unknown end. On the other hand, there are many things that 141 2, 1 | appetite. On the other ~hand, the principle in execution 142 2, 1 | Body Para. 2/2~On the other hand, nothing hinders infinity 143 2, 2 | fame or glory. On the other hand, man's ~good depends on 144 2, 2 | beginning and left him in the hand of his own counsel." Now 145 2, 3 | His Essence. On ~the other hand, men are happy, as Boethius 146 2, 3 | it, by grasping it in his hand, ~or in some like manner; 147 2, 4 | perseverance. On the other hand, delight which is extraneous 148 2, 4 | Body Para. 2/2~On the other hand, such goods as these are 149 2, 6 | for an end. On the other hand, if ~a thing has no knowledge 150 2, 6 | heart of the king is in the ~hand of the Lord; whithersoever 151 2, 8 | of the will. On the other hand, the shunning of evil is 152 2, 8 | end itself. On the other ~hand, the means are good and 153 2, 8 | commands. On the ~other hand, the ship-building art considers 154 2, 9 | Body Para. 3/3~On the other hand, the object moves, by determining 155 2, 10 | opposite. If, on the other hand, the will is offered an 156 2, 10 | power. If, ~on the other hand, it is lacking in any respect, 157 2, 10 | beginning, and left him in the hand of his own counsel." Therefore 158 2, 11 | nature alone. On the ~other hand, imperfect knowledge is 159 2, 14 | hindrance is not ~always at hand. Consequently it is not 160 2, 15 | of the end. On the other ~hand, the desire of the means 161 2, 16 | fully. Use, on the other hand, belongs to the second relation 162 2, 17 | of command. On the other hand, the ~impulse of the irrational 163 2, 17 | precede command. On the ~other hand, use of that which is directed 164 2, 17 | of reason. On the other hand, ~condition or disposition 165 2, 17 | the organ. On the other hand, the apprehension of the 166 2, 17 | commands a ~movement of the hand, and so ready is the hand 167 2, 17 | hand, and so ready is the hand to obey, that scarcely can ~ 168 2, 18 | of action. On the other hand if good were not deficient, 169 2, 18 | Therefore, on the other hand, the vicious man, in the ~ 170 2, 18 | one action. On the other hand, if the object be of ~itself 171 2, 18 | the genus. On the other hand, the genus is considered 172 2, 18 | person in want. ~On the other hand, if it includes something 173 2, 18 | his beard, or moves his ~hand or foot; such an action, 174 2, 19 | what is ~evil. On the other hand if a man's reason or conscience 175 2, 19 | Body Para. 2/2~On the other hand, intention follows the act 176 2, 19 | from going. On the ~other hand, with regard to the interior 177 2, 19 | whole universe. On the other hand, the apprehension of a ~ 178 2, 20 | external action. On the other ~hand, the goodness or malice 179 2, 20 | and the same. On the other hand it happens sometimes that 180 2, 20 | Body Para. 2/2~On the other hand, if we speak of the goodness 181 2, 20 | worse results. On the other hand, if the ~consequences follow 182 2, 21 | an action. On the other hand, punishment regards the ~ 183 2, 21 | blamed as a man. On the other hand, in moral matters, where ~ 184 2, 21 | society: thus, who hurts the hand, hurts ~the man. When, therefore, 185 2, 22 | themselves." On the other hand the apprehensive ~power 186 2, 22 | the object: on the other hand, it is essential to the 187 2, 23 | Body Para. 3/4~On the other hand, the object of the irascible 188 2, 23 | Body Para. 3/6~On the other hand, in the irascible passions, 189 2, 24 | Body Para. 2/3~On the other hand, the Peripatetics give the 190 2, 24 | truly evil. On the other hand, those passions ~which consist 191 2, 27 | properties. On the other hand, love is in the ~appetitive 192 2, 28 | distinct. On the other ~hand, love does not cause union 193 2, 28 | of charity." On the other hand, ~the lover is in the beloved, 194 2, 28 | so far as, on the other hand, ~he wills and acts for 195 2, 28 | complacency. On the ~other hand, the lover is contained 196 2, 28 | within him. On the other hand, in the love of friendship, ~ 197 2, 28 | Body Para. 3/3~On the other hand, love of friendship seeks 198 2, 29 | universally. On the other hand, anger is always caused 199 2, 30 | dilates yet more. On the other hand, ~concupiscence of the means 200 2, 31 | such like. On the other hand, those things are said to 201 2, 31 | Body Para. 4/4~On the other hand, in relation to us, bodily 202 2, 31 | other sense. On the other hand, if we speak of that sensible 203 2, 33 | belong to pleasure, for the hand closes on that which we 204 2, 33 | concerns others. On the other hand expansion ~pertains to pleasure, 205 2, 33 | Body Para. 3/4~On the other hand, if by thirst or desire 206 2, 33 | Body Para. 2/2~On the other hand bodily pleasures hinder 207 2, 34 | countenance; at Thy right ~hand are delights even to the 208 2, 34 | Body Para. 2/2~On the other hand, pleasures of the sensitive 209 2, 35 | 4) that, on the other hand, "the evil man feels pain 210 2, 35 | one another. On the other hand, in those things that are ~ 211 2, 36 | is present. On the other hand love, which ~is the cause 212 2, 36 | present evil. On the other hand, the cause, by way or principle, 213 2, 37 | evil. If, on the ~other hand, the strength of the evil 214 2, 37 | action," whereas on the other hand, "sorrow hinders it" (Ethic. ~ 215 2, 37 | harmful to it. On ~the other hand, those passions which denote 216 2, 41 | knowledge. On the other hand the ~other passions of the 217 2, 41 | Body Para. 2/2~On the other hand, the evil that consists 218 2, 42 | apprehended as near ~at hand, and yet with some hope 219 2, 42 | always threaten from near at hand: and consequently it is 220 2, 42 | own power. On the other hand, fear is of ~an evil that 221 2, 42 | foreseen. On the other hand, those who are gentle or 222 2, 42 | poverty: while, on the other hand, the rich man who suddenly ~ 223 2, 43 | an evil to come, near at hand and difficult to ~avoid. 224 2, 44 | crying aloud. On the other hand, in those who are afraid, 225 2, 45 | Body Para. 2/2~On the other hand, reason discusses all the 226 2, 46 | blood." Anger, on the other hand, seeks evil only under ~ 227 2, 46 | The hater, on the other ~hand, cares not for all this, 228 2, 46 | particular. Anger, on the other hand, ensues from ~someone having 229 2, 47 | forgiveness. Those, on the other hand, who do an injury on purpose, ~ 230 2, 48 | formed ~there. On the other hand, the fervor of anger has 231 2, 48 | Desire, on the other hand, is said to lie low and 232 2, 49 | Body Para. 5/5~On the other hand, the mode or determination 233 2, 50 | Body Para. 3/3~On the other hand, as Simplicius reports in 234 2, 50 | Categor. viii)]. On the ~other hand, the qualities of the soul 235 2, 50 | Body Para. 2/2~On the other hand, if we take habit in its 236 2, 50 | 3 Para. 2/2~On the other hand the exterior apprehensive 237 2, 52 | white. ~If, on the other hand, this addition be understood 238 2, 53 | corruption, even as, on the other hand, ~the engendering of a habit 239 2, 57 | Body Para. 2/2~On the other hand, a truth which is known 240 2, 57 | the color. On the other hand, the principles of a demonstration 241 2, 57 | free [liber]. On the other hand, ~those sciences which are 242 2, 57 | the appetite. On the other hand the good ~things made by 243 2, 57 | of ~things. On the other hand, the good of prudence is 244 2, 57 | necessary things. On the other hand, the truth of ~the practical 245 2, 58 | 5) Whether, on the other hand, there can be intellectual 246 2, 58 | as reason commands, the hand or ~the foot proceeds to 247 2, 59 | with ~reason. On the other hand, the movement of virtue 248 2, 59 | vice, or, on the ~other hand, from concurring in an act 249 2, 59 | in its own. On the other ~hand, virtue sorrows moderately 250 2, 60 | prudence. On the other hand, the object of the appetitive 251 2, 60 | proper ~matter. On the other hand, in some operations, good 252 2, 60 | Body Para. 2/2~On the other hand, neither does every diversity 253 2, 60 | to ~sorrow. On the other hand, the irascible passions 254 2, 60 | Body Para. 4/6~On the other hand, good discerned not by the 255 2, 60 | of daring. On the other hand, good involves difficulty, ~ 256 2, 61 | deed done. On the other ~hand, the name virtue is applied 257 2, 62 | our reason. On the other hand, the object of the intellectual 258 2, 62 | Theological virtue, on the other ~hand, is about those same things 259 2, 63 | established. On the other hand, virtue which directs ~man 260 2, 64 | in ~justice. On the other hand, sometimes the rational 261 2, 64 | themselves, for on the one hand we have "being" ~and on 262 2, 65 | as stated. ~On the other hand, the universal principles 263 2, 65 | ultimate end. ~On the other hand faith and hope, as such, 264 2, 66 | something else. On the other hand, charity ~implies love of 265 2, 67 | beatific vision. On the other hand, hope is not of ~the same 266 2, 68 | every will. On the other hand, that which has a nature, 267 2, 68 | man to God. On the ~other hand, the object of fear is evil, 268 2, 68 | the reason. On the other hand the gifts of the ~Holy Ghost 269 2, 69 | although, on ~the other hand, the good sometimes do not 270 2, 69 | 1/1~OBJ 5: On the other hand, it seems that too many 271 2, 69 | knowledge: but, on the other hand, they include those ~operative 272 2, 70 | beatitude. On the other hand the ~fruits of the present 273 2, 70 | 1/1~OBJ 4: On the other hand, It seems that they are 274 2, 71 | nature, and ~on the other hand that vice is contrary to 275 2, 71 | longer ~virtues. On the other hand, since venial sin is neither 276 2, 71 | in the act. On the other ~hand, the virtues of the soul 277 2, 71 | negligence. On the other hand, others say, that a sin 278 2, 72 | hot and cold. On the other hand, the active ~principles 279 2, 72 | death; while, on the other ~hand, saving the vital principle, 280 2, 72 | of reason. On the other hand, sometimes ~he who utters 281 2, 73 | be ~blamed. On the other hand, if concupiscence be taken 282 2, 73 | unlawful. If, on the other hand, the harm ~follow directly 283 2, 73 | his foot. If, on the other hand, this ~harm is directly 284 2, 74 | by a mover." On the other hand, ~there are acts which do 285 2, 74 | moves no other. On the other hand, the ~internal appetitive 286 2, 74 | premeditation, he moves his hand, or foot. ~Therefore sometimes 287 2, 74 | difference of consent on either hand. ~But the inward thought 288 2, 76 | Hier. vii). On the other ~hand, ignorance denotes privation 289 2, 76 | ignorance is a sin. On the other hand, vincible ignorance is a 290 2, 76 | act, if knowledge were to hand, would be ~contrary to the 291 2, 76 | Body Para. 2/2~On the other hand, ignorance which is the 292 2, 76 | altogether. On the other hand, ignorance which is not 293 2, 77 | Body Para. 3/3~On the other hand, a consequent passion does 294 2, 78 | the passion. On the other hand, ~he that sins through certain 295 2, 79 | require his blood at thy hand." Now God cannot be directly 296 2, 79 | the shutters. On the other hand, God, of His own ~accord, 297 2, 79 | 1/1~OBJ 4: On the other hand, according to Rm. 3:8, evil 298 2, 81 | member of the body, of the hand for ~instance, is voluntary 299 2, 81 | not by the will of that hand, but by the will of ~the 300 2, 81 | Wherefore a murder which the ~hand commits would not be imputed 301 2, 81 | imputed as a sin to the hand, considered by ~itself as 302 2, 81 | own studies. On the other hand, those things that concern 303 2, 81 | original sin: even as a hand would have no part in a 304 2, 83 | of food accrues to the hand and the mouth, which, in 305 2, 83 | being created. On the other hand, ~infusion implies relation 306 2, 84 | every sin. ~On the other hand, in the order of execution, 307 2, 84 | Body Para. 5/5~On the other hand, avoidance of good on account 308 2, 85 | is diminished on the one ~hand, and not on the other.~Aquin.: 309 2, 85 | Body Para. 2/4~On the other hand, the universal nature is 310 2, 86 | by them. ~On the other hand, the act of the will consists 311 2, 87 | Body Para. 2/2~On the other hand, sin can be the punishment 312 2, 88 | irreparable. On the other hand, ~sins which imply a disorder 313 2, 88 | mortal sin. On the other hand, venial sin is called a ~ 314 2, 88 | undergo ~change. On the other hand, venial sin is a transient 315 2, 88 | becomes a habit. On the other hand, venial sin is a disposition 316 2, 88 | reason. ~If, on the other hand, the hurt to which the angry 317 2, 88 | fornication. On the other hand, the perfect cannot become 318 2, 89 | their acts. On the other hand a stain denotes ~something 319 2, 89 | be in them. On the other hand, ~wicked angels are moved 320 2, 91 | that "God left man in the ~hand of his own counsel." Now 321 2, 91 | kingdom of heaven is at hand." Hence ~Augustine says ( 322 2, 91 | the ~Old Law restrains the hand, but the New Law controls 323 2, 94 | practical reason, on the other hand, is busied with ~contingent 324 2, 96 | Body Para. 2/3~On the other hand laws may be unjust in two 325 2, 98 | the state. On the other hand, the end of the Divine law 326 2, 98 | ordained'] by angels in the hand of a Mediator." And Stephen ~ 327 2, 98 | ordained by angels in the hand of a Mediator": ~ordained, 328 2, 99 | Gentiles. On the other ~hand the Divine law directed 329 2, 100 | s parents. On ~the other hand parents do not seem to be 330 2, 100 | of charity. On the ~other hand, some have said that the 331 2, 100 | Para. 3/3~If, on the other hand, by justification we understand 332 2, 100 | with them. On the other hand the ~moral and judicial 333 2, 101 | necessary ~on the other hand to devise many means of 334 2, 102 | excluded thereby. ~On the other hand, the decrees of the New 335 2, 102 | shall be as a sign in thy hand, and as a memorial before 336 2, 102 | foreshadow Christ: and on either hand the ceremonies ~pertaining 337 2, 102 | what we received of Thy hand." Wherefore in offering 338 2, 102 | goods, belongs to the right hand, while temporal nourishment 339 2, 102 | Prov. 3:16: "In her left hand (are) riches and ~glory." 340 2, 102 | circumcision not made by hand in despoiling of the body 341 2, 102 | Hence the priest put his hand on its ~head, while confessing 342 2, 102 | on the thumb of his right hand, and the great ~toe of his 343 2, 102 | thumb and toe of ~his right hand and foot are moistened that 344 2, 102 | the ~thumb of their right hand, and the great toe of their 345 2, 102 | moistening ~of the right foot and hand). They themselves and their 346 2, 102 | have "a broken foot" or "hand," ~i.e. he should not lose 347 2, 102 | Thou shalt bind them on thy hand, and they shall be ever ~ 348 2, 103 | Body Para. 2/4~On the other hand, they had no power of cleansing 349 2, 103 | circumcision not made by hand, in ~despoiling of the body 350 2, 103 | observances. On the other ~hand, there was no reason why 351 2, 103 | acting thus. On ~the other hand, Paul in like manner made 352 2, 104 | divine worship. On the other hand, man is not ~ordained to 353 2, 104 | 9:9,10). On the ~other hand, the judicial precepts were 354 2, 104 | the Gospel. On ~the other hand, the judicial precepts are 355 2, 104 | Christ to come. On the ~other hand, the judicial precepts were 356 2, 105 | livelihood. On the other hand, the rulers, ~as stated 357 2, 105 | are ~subject. On the other hand, the power of private persons 358 2, 105 | increased. On the other hand, ~houses situated not in 359 2, 105 | whereas, on the other hand, it is ~prescribed (Dt. 360 2, 105 | assembly. On the ~other hand, any man may be called citizen, 361 2, 106 | Gospel should ~have been at hand for all times, so as to 362 2, 106 | kingdom of heaven is at hand" (Mt. 4:17), it is most ~ 363 2, 107 | temporal promises. On the other hand, those who are possessed 364 2, 107 | described as "restraining the hand, not the ~will" [*Peter 365 2, 108 | understood as referable to the ~hand, just as interior acts belong 366 2, 108 | Old Law restrains ~the hand, whereas the New Law curbs 367 2, 108 | My Father." On the other hand, there are ~works which 368 2, 108 | the kingdom. On the other hand, those things that are ~ 369 2, 108 | needs also restrain the hand from inordinate acts, which ~ 370 2, 108 | points of faith. On the other hand, it is through human reason ~ 371 2, 108 | liberty ~was already at hand, when they would be left 372 2, 108 | forbidding us, on the one hand, to judge him rashly, ~unjustly, 373 2, 108 | of precepts. On the other hand, the observance of the ~ 374 2, 110 | creature. On the ~other hand, the will of man is moved 375 2, 112 | 18:6: "As clay is in the hand of the potter, so are you 376 2, 112 | potter, so are you in My ~hand." But however much the clay 377 2, 114 | shall He ~receive of thy hand." Hence a man can merit 378 2, 1 | complexity, just as on the other hand, the Divine ~intellect knows, 379 2, 1 | understanding. On the other hand, by faith, we do not apprehend ~ 380 2, 1 | good alone. On the other hand those ~virtues which perfect 381 2, 1 | The faithful, on the other hand, know them, not as by ~demonstration, 382 2, 1 | the Trinity. On ~the other hand, in one and the same man, 383 2, 1 | of faith. On ~the other hand certain things in Holy Writ 384 2, 1 | existence. On the ~other hand, in the order of the material 385 2, 1 | in the Mass. On the other hand the symbol of the Apostles, 386 2, 2 | understands. ~If, on the other hand, "to think" be understood 387 2, 2 | object: but, on the other hand, the fulfilment of the ~ 388 2, 2 | meritorious, ~nor on the other hand is opinion. Therefore belief 389 2, 2 | our neighbor. On the other hand, in the case ~of faith, 390 2, 2 | measure of faith. On the other hand, though demonstrative reasons 391 2, 2 | to faith. On the other ~hand things that are favorable 392 2, 4 | specifically. On the other hand that which gives faith its 393 2, 4 | already: just as, on the other hand, a second mortal sin does 394 2, 4 | Body Para. 2/2~On the other hand, lifeless faith is not a 395 2, 4 | a virtue. On the other hand, the faith of which we are 396 2, 4 | Para. 2/2~If, on the other hand, we take faith for that 397 2, 4 | Body Para. 2/3~On the other hand, some virtues can precede 398 2, 5 | the ~others. On the other hand faith adheres to all the 399 2, 5 | Para. 3/3~If, on the other hand, we consider faith from 400 2, 8 | something else. On the other hand, speculative ~knowledge 401 2, 9 | reasoning. On the ~other hand, in God, there is a sure 402 2, 10 | unbeliever. On the other hand, it is praiseworthy to ~ 403 2, 10 | instructed." On the other hand, ~in the second case it 404 2, 10 | Para. 2/2 ~On the other hand, there are unbelievers who 405 2, 10 | punishment. On the other hand, in this way, i.e. as a 406 2, 10 | of liberty. On the other hand, the ~Church has not applied 407 2, 10 | Body Para. 2/3~On the other hand, the rites of other unbelievers, 408 2, 10 | of Israel." On the other hand, to provide ~the sacraments 409 2, 12 | even as, on ~the other hand, faith in God is perfected 410 2, 12 | s neighbor. On the other hand, if we compare them in respect 411 2, 12 | the blessed, on the other hand, good is not meritorious, 412 2, 14 | scent, while on the other hand they are said ~to be dull, 413 2, 14 | objects ~that are near at hand, or of great power.~Aquin.: 414 2, 14 | intelligible things. On the other ~hand, the contrary virtues, viz. 415 2, 15 | bind them as a sign on thy hand, and ~they shall be and 416 2, 15 | were given. On the other hand learning concerned the people 417 2, 15 | the priests. On the other hand, the doctrine of ~God's 418 2, 16 | proper object. On the other hand, a theological virtue is ~ 419 2, 16 | great things. On the other hand hope, as a ~theological 420 2, 16 | Body Para. 2/2~On the other hand, hope and faith make man 421 2, 16 | commandments. On the other ~hand, in the order of perfection 422 2, 17 | the damned. On the other hand, hope can be in wayfarers, 423 2, 18 | of fault. On the other ~hand the evil of punishment is 424 2, 18 | substantially. On the other hand, servile and ~filial fear 425 2, 18 | driveth out sin." On the other hand, chaste or filial fear is 426 2, 18 | Body Para. 3/3~On the other hand servile fear, as regards 427 2, 19 | Body Para. 2/4~On the other hand, the fact that a man deems 428 2, 21 | Body Para. 4/4~On the other hand filial fear which shows 429 2, 22 | intellect. On the other hand, the operation of the will 430 2, 22 | Causis xii). On the other hand, things ~that are above 431 2, 22 | i, 45). If, on the other hand, this particular good be ~ 432 2, 23 | naturally. On ~the other hand, charity is founded on a 433 2, 23 | there before. On the other hand, the ~increase of charity 434 2, 23 | security; ~yet with one hand doing the work, and with 435 2, 23 | be infused. On the other hand, no movement ~of the free-will 436 2, 23 | being received. On the other hand ~the form of a celestial 437 2, 23 | is death." On the other hand ~whoever has charity is 438 2, 24 | Body Para. 2/2~On the other hand their guilt is opposed to 439 2, 24 | they are. On the ~other hand, the wicked reckon their 440 2, 24 | Body Para. 4/5~On the other hand, the wicked have no wish 441 2, 25 | the knower. On the other hand, ~charity is in an appetitive 442 2, 25 | father," ~etc. On the other hand good men are not hateful 443 2, 25 | Body Para. 3/5~On the other hand, the intensity of love is 444 2, 25 | greater sin. On the other hand, the ~love of the benefactor 445 2, 26 | person ~loved. On the other hand, those who have charity 446 2, 26 | towards him. On ~the other hand, goodwill is a simple act 447 2, 26 | through God. On the other hand, with regard ~to knowledge, 448 2, 26 | our ~enemies. On the other hand the love of our friends 449 2, 27 | be absent. On the other hand sorrow arises from love, 450 2, 27 | general vice. On the other hand love of ~God is accounted 451 2, 27 | special virtue. ~On the other hand joy does not add to love 452 2, 28 | same time. On ~the other hand this union is not essential 453 2, 28 | amiss." Hence, on the other hand, it belongs to ~unhappiness 454 2, 28 | Body Para. 2/2~On the other hand, with regard to its subject, 455 2, 29 | shall He receive of thy ~hand?" Therefore beneficence 456 2, 29 | liberal giving. On the other hand, as regards the outward 457 2, 29 | time, place, or matter in ~hand: because in certain cases 458 2, 31 | all times. On the other hand, acts of virtue ~must not 459 2, 31 | for a sin. On the other hand, we are not bound to seek 460 2, 31 | Body Para. 2/4~On the other hand, in the case of secret sins, 461 2, 31 | him secretly. On the other hand there ~are other sins which 462 2, 31 | individual. If, on the other hand, ~a prelate were to issue 463 2, 32 | love them. On the other hand, to break out into ~hatred 464 2, 32 | disobeyed. On the other hand ~the commandments of Christ 465 2, 32 | Body Para. 2/2~On the other hand, as regards the hurt inflicted 466 2, 32 | afterwards. On the other ~hand, hatred is of evil, which 467 2, 33 | reality, even as, on the other hand, pleasure ~is evil if it 468 2, 34 | to sorrow. On the ~other hand, likeness causes pleasure 469 2, 34 | man envious. On the other hand, envy is contrary to {nemesis} 470 2, 34 | prevent it. On the other hand, "joy at ~another's misfortune" 471 2, 35 | brethren." On ~the other hand, to arouse a discord whereby 472 2, 37 | usual ~way. On the other hand, it was not so well known 473 2, 37 | than unbelief. On the other hand, hatred of God, which is ~ 474 2, 37 | Body Para. 2/4~On the other hand, the power of jurisdiction 475 2, 38 | deliver ~the needy out of the hand of the sinner"; and for 476 2, 38 | authority." On the other ~hand, to have recourse to the 477 2, 39 | part. But if, on the other hand, his ~self-defense be inspired 478 2, 41 | Body Para. 2/3~On the other hand, active scandal may be understood 479 2, 41 | appearance of evil. On the other hand, it is sometimes a mortal 480 2, 41 | of ~scandal. On the other hand, as regards those temporalities 481 2, 42 | s ~works], on the other hand, takes "heart" and "soul" 482 2, 43 | foundation." On the other hand, he who knows the cause 483 2, 44 | impediment. On the other hand the folly which is caused 484 2, 45 | of prudence. On the other hand, as regards its specification 485 2, 45 | aspect of good. On the other hand those ~virtues which regard 486 2, 45 | 57], A[4]). On the other hand prudence is differentiated 487 2, 45 | defective judgment. On the other hand it is the reverse ~in prudence, 488 2, 45 | knowledge alone. On the other ~hand prudence implies a relation 489 2, 45 | nor in act. On the ~other hand gratuitous prudence is caused 490 2, 45 | Body Para. 2/3~On the other hand, as regards the knowledge 491 2, 46 | circumstances of ~the matter in hand, and this belongs to "circumspection"; 492 2, 47 | the ~angels. On the other hand particular matters of action, 493 2, 47 | to fix them; on the other hand they are the concern of 494 2, 48 | their movers. On the other hand, men who are slaves or subjects 495 2, 48 | Polit. i, 3. On the other hand, ~the end of political prudence 496 2, 49 | they sin. On the other ~hand, every virtuous man takes 497 2, 49 | sense," just as on the other hand, those who lack this ~virtue 498 2, 49 | common course. On the other hand, among ~men, he who is most 499 2, 50 | it helps it. On the other hand the gift of counsel corresponds ~ 500 2, 50 | the builder. On the other ~hand, when the mover is cause


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