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1 1, 1 | this, the sacred science consists.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[1] A[1] 2 1, 1 | knowledge of God in which consists eternal bliss. This is a ~ 3 1, 1 | Although we cannot know in what consists the essence of ~God, nevertheless 4 1, 2 | good which ~is happiness, consists in riches, and others in 5 1, 2 | know in what God's essence consists, but solely in what it does ~ 6 1, 5 | reduced?~(5) Whether goodness consists in mode, species, and order?~( 7 1, 5 | The essence of ~goodness consists in this, that it is in some 8 1, 5 | when seen. Hence beauty consists in due proportion; for the 9 1, 5 | the essence of goodness consists in mode, species and order?~ 10 1, 5 | the essence of goodness consists in mode, species and order, 11 1, 5 | 4: Further, that wherein consists the essence of goodness 12 1, 5 | the essence ~of goodness consists in mode, species and order.~ 13 1, 5 | of goodness, so far as it consists in perfection, ~consists 14 1, 5 | consists in perfection, ~consists also in mode, species and 15 1, 6 | belong to God. For goodness ~consists in mode, species and order. 16 1, 6 | operation; thirdly, perfection consists in the attaining to something ~ 17 1, 6 | first perfection of fire ~consists in its existence, which 18 1, 6 | its secondary perfection consists in heat, lightness and dryness, 19 1, 7 | fact that a figure which consists in quantity terminated, 20 1, 10 | therefore the ~idea of time consists in the numbering of before 21 1, 10 | is outside of ~movement, consists the idea of eternity.~Aquin.: 22 1, 10 | is ~subject to change, or consists in change; and these things 23 1, 10 | as their being neither consists in change, nor is the subject 24 1, 11 | that ~the being of anything consists in undivision; and hence 25 1, 11 | other. But the idea of "one" consists in indivisibility; ~and 26 1, 12 | ultimate beatitude of man consists in the use of his highest 27 1, 12 | 23). But life everlasting consists in the vision of the Divine ~ 28 1, 12 | the contrary, Eternal life consists in the vision of God, according ~ 29 1, 14 | nature proper to ~each thing consists in some degree of participation 30 1, 15 | this the notion of an idea consists.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[15] A[ 31 1, 16 | that the truth of things consists in their relation to the 32 1, 16 | is not truth. For truth consists in the ~intellect composing 33 1, 16 | intellect, the truth of which consists in ~its conformity to the 34 1, 16 | of the intellect, ~which consists in the conformity of the 35 1, 17 | is so ordained; wherein consists the evil ~of sin. Thus sins 36 1, 19 | intellect, though its perfection consists in its very ~knowledge of 37 1, 19 | 2: Since the evil of sin consists in turning away from the ~ 38 1, 21 | kinds of justice. The one consists in ~mutual giving and receiving, 39 1, 21 | Rm. 11:35). The other ~consists in distribution, and is 40 1, 21 | 1/2~I answer that, Truth consists in the equation of mind 41 1, 21 | rule of the mind, truth consists in the ~equation of the 42 1, 21 | measure of things, truth consists ~in the equation of the 43 1, 21 | as he really is. Thus it consists in the conformity of the 44 1, 21 | order and proportion wherein consists the idea of ~justice. Thus 45 1, 23 | end is life eternal, that consists in seeing ~God which is 46 1, 25 | His omnipotence precisely consists: for ~there may be doubt 47 1, 25 | the notion of His justice consists, as said above (Q[21], A[ 48 1, 25 | good; because in them all consists the wondrous ~beauty of 49 1, 25 | the good of the universe consists. For if any one thing were ~ 50 1, 26 | every intellectual nature consists in ~understanding. Now in 51 1, 26 | of an intellectual nature consists in an ~act of the intellect. 52 1, 26 | beatitude, according to some, consists in ~things corporeal; as 53 1, 26 | earthly happiness, which consists in delight, riches, ~power, 54 1, 32 | dignity of faith itself, which consists in its being ~concerned 55 1, 34 | formless." ~For thought consists properly in the search after 56 1, 35 | things the ~specific sign consists chiefly in the figure. For 57 1, 40 | between these two abstractions consists in the fact that in ~the 58 1, 43 | the Church. This utility consists in the ~confirmation and 59 1, 44 | the universe, which ~order consists in the variety of things. 60 1, 45 | giving of life - for life consists in a certain interior ~movement; 61 1, 47 | of the ~universe, which consists of the diversity of things, 62 1, 48 | it is in this that evil consists, namely, in the fact that 63 1, 48 | which chiefly and of itself consists in perfection and act. Act, 64 1, 48 | will. But the evil which consists in the ~subtraction of the 65 1, 48 | good absolutely ~considered consists in act, and not in potentiality, 66 1, 48 | the ~absolute good of man consists in good operation, or the 67 1, 48 | because the fault itself consists in the ~disordered act of 68 1, 48 | of the will, and the pain consists in the privation of ~something 69 1, 49 | A[1]), the evil which ~consists in the defect of action 70 1, 49 | Hence, the evil which consists in defect of ~action, or 71 1, 49 | 2/2~But the evil which consists in the corruption of some 72 1, 50 | creatures is good, and this consists in ~assimilation to God 73 1, 54 | since its ~very nature consists in act, instantly, so far 74 1, 58 | the ~bliss of the angels consists in such vision; and beatitude 75 1, 60 | another thing, wherein consists this other thing's good; 76 1, 62 | man's ultimate happiness consists in ~his most perfect contemplation, 77 1, 62 | of the rational creature consists, is beyond the nature of 78 1, 62 | said Ethic. i, 8, happiness consists not in habit, but ~in act. 79 1, 62 | because their beatitude consists in seeing God through His 80 1, 62 | to its beatitude, which consists in the vision of God, ~as 81 1, 62 | degrees. And as beatitude ~consists in vision, so the degree 82 1, 63 | or intellectual; and sin consists only in such ~desire. But 83 1, 64 | which comes of grace, ~and consists in speculation, has not 84 1, 64 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Happiness consists in self-application to something 85 1, 64 | although his perfect happiness consists in knowing the first substance, ~ 86 1, 65 | all creatures, as a whole consists of its ~parts.~Aquin.: SMT 87 1, 68 | OBJ 2: Further, that which consists of the entire sum of its 88 1, 73 | sanctification ~of every creature consists in resting in God. For this 89 1, 74 | Pythagoreans ~teach that perfection consists in three things, the beginning, 90 1, 76 | substantial being of each ~thing consists in something indivisible, 91 1, 76 | whole. For since a ~whole consists of parts, a form of the 92 1, 40 | between these two abstractions consists in the fact that in ~the 93 1, 43 | the Church. This utility consists in the ~confirmation and 94 1, 45 | the universe, which ~order consists in the variety of things. 95 1, 46 | giving of life - for life consists in a certain interior movement; 96 1, 48 | of the ~universe, which consists of the diversity of things, 97 1, 49 | it is in this that evil consists, namely, in the fact that 98 1, 49 | which chiefly and of itself consists in perfection and act. Act, 99 1, 49 | will. But the evil which consists in the ~subtraction of the 100 1, 49 | good absolutely ~considered consists in act, and not in potentiality, 101 1, 49 | the ~absolute good of man consists in good operation, or the 102 1, 49 | because the fault itself consists in the ~disordered act of 103 1, 49 | of the will, and the pain consists in the privation of ~something 104 1, 50 | A[1]), the evil which ~consists in the defect of action 105 1, 50 | Hence, the evil which consists in defect of ~action, or 106 1, 50 | 2/2~But the evil which consists in the corruption of some 107 1, 51 | creatures is good, and this consists in ~assimilation to God 108 1, 55 | since its ~very nature consists in act, instantly, so far 109 1, 59 | the ~bliss of the angels consists in such vision; and beatitude 110 1, 61 | another thing, wherein consists this other thing's good; 111 1, 63 | man's ultimate happiness consists in ~his most perfect contemplation, 112 1, 63 | of the rational creature consists, is beyond the nature of 113 1, 63 | said Ethic. i, 8, happiness consists not in habit, but ~in act. 114 1, 63 | because their beatitude consists in seeing God through His 115 1, 63 | to its beatitude, which consists in the vision of God, ~as 116 1, 63 | degrees. And as beatitude ~consists in vision, so the degree 117 1, 64 | or intellectual; and sin consists only in such ~desire. But 118 1, 65 | which comes of grace, ~and consists in speculation, has not 119 1, 65 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Happiness consists in self-application to something 120 1, 65 | although his perfect happiness consists in knowing the first substance, ~ 121 1, 66 | all creatures, as a whole consists of its ~parts.~Aquin.: SMT 122 1, 69 | OBJ 2: Further, that which consists of the entire sum of its 123 1, 72 | sanctification ~of every creature consists in resting in God. For this 124 1, 73 | Pythagoreans ~teach that perfection consists in three things, the beginning, 125 1, 75 | substantial being of each ~thing consists in something indivisible, 126 1, 75 | whole. For since a ~whole consists of parts, a form of the 127 1, 77 | since the notion of shape consists of fixing the ~bounds of 128 1, 77 | cogitative power, which consists in ~comparing, adding and 129 1, 77 | the reminiscence, which ~consists in the use of a kind of 130 1, 78 | because his whole power ~consists in this. But the soul has 131 1, 81 | Whom alone true happiness consists. ~Nevertheless, until through 132 1, 81 | action of the intellect consists in this - that the ~idea 133 1, 81 | while the act ~of the will consists in this - that the will 134 1, 84 | the truth of the intellect consists in the ~intellect understanding 135 1, 86 | kinds of knowledge, and it consists in this, that the mere ~ 136 1, 86 | perfection of the intellect ~consists in its own operation: for 137 1, 87 | an agent's formal action consists ~in its form and act, since 138 1, 88 | and ~above all, that which consists in intelligence. Therefore 139 1, 88 | ultimate happiness of ~man consists in the knowledge of separate 140 1, 88 | Man's ultimate happiness consists not in the knowledge of ~ 141 1, 92 | 12): "Man's excellence ~consists in the fact that God made 142 1, 92 | which the image chiefly consists, that is, the ~intellectual 143 1, 92 | loving God; and this aptitude consists in the very ~nature of the 144 1, 92 | imperfectly; and this ~image consists in the conformity of grace. 145 1, 92 | perfectly; and this image consists in the likeness of ~glory. 146 1, 92 | understand that our renewal which consists in putting on the new man, ~ 147 1, 92 | where the renewal which consists in putting on the ~new man 148 1, 92 | Trin. ix, 4), and which consists in mind, ~knowledge, and 149 1, 92 | tongue), ~this image chiefly consists in these three things, memory, 150 1, 92 | the nature of the image consists not only in the ~representation 151 1, 92 | D, xvi) that "the image consists in the ~knowledge of truth, 152 1, 93 | Essence. For ~man's happiness consists in the vision of the Divine 153 1, 93 | which he was destined, which consists in the vision of the ~Divine 154 1, 93 | use of his reason, wherein consists man's proper ~action.~Aquin.: 155 1, 94 | essential reward, which consists in the enjoyment of ~God; 156 1, 94 | accidental reward, which ~consists in rejoicing for created 157 1, 95 | God"]. But order ~chiefly consists in inequality; for Augustine 158 1, 98 | De Civ. Dei xiv, 11), ~consists in the perfect subjection 159 1, 99 | first man when he was made, consists ~in the supernatural subjection 160 1, 102 | thing's ultimate perfection consists ~in the attainment of its 161 1, 102 | particular end ~of anything consists in some particular good; 162 1, 102 | for the end of some arts consists in the operation itself, 163 1, 102 | whereas the end of other arts consists in ~something produced, 164 1, 102 | governed to the end; which consists in some ~good. But unity 165 1, 102 | namely, the good which ~consists in order; as may be seen 166 1, 102 | the design of government) consists in knowing the ~individuals 167 1, 103 | result of its ~form, which consists in the putting together 168 1, 103 | that preservation which ~consists in the removal of corruption: 169 1, 106 | that, The angelic speech consists in an intellectual operation, ~ 170 1, 107 | their natural powers, which ~consists in the vision of the Divine 171 1, 107 | the angelic ministrations consists in announcing Divine ~things. 172 1, 110 | the ~enlightenment which consists in making known Divine truth 173 1, 111 | whole of ~their beatitude consists in the contemplation of 174 1, 114 | corporeal agent, while passion consists in the reception of the 175 1, 114 | here below. Their likeness consists in this, that by reason 176 2, 1 | action in which the last end consists.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[1] A[1] 177 2, 1 | fulfilment in ~which the last end consists, as stated above (A[5]). 178 2, 1 | which their last end really ~consists: but they do not turn away 179 2, 2 | IN WHICH MAN'S HAPPINESS CONSISTS (EIGHT ARTICLES)~We have 180 2, 2 | happiness: and (1) in what it consists; (2) what ~it is; (3) how 181 2, 2 | 1) Whether happiness consists in wealth?~(2) Whether in 182 2, 2 | Whether man's happiness consists in wealth?~Aquin.: SMT FS 183 2, 2 | seem that man's happiness consists in wealth. For since ~happiness 184 2, 2 | Therefore man's happiness ~consists in wealth.~Aquin.: SMT FS 185 2, 2 | desires. Therefore ~happiness consists in wealth.~Aquin.: SMT FS 186 2, 2 | 9). Therefore happiness consists in wealth.~Aquin.: SMT FS 187 2, 2 | the contrary, Man's good consists in retaining happiness rather 188 2, 2 | Whether man's happiness consists in honors?~Aquin.: SMT FS 189 2, 2 | seem that man's happiness consists in honors. For ~happiness 190 2, 2 | 3). ~Therefore happiness consists especially in honor.~Aquin.: 191 2, 2 | glory." ~Therefore happiness consists in honor. ~Aquin.: SMT FS 192 2, 2 | honor. Therefore ~happiness consists in honor.~Aquin.: SMT FS 193 2, 2 | Whether man's happiness consists in fame or glory?~Aquin.: 194 2, 2 | seem that man's happiness consists in glory. For ~happiness 195 2, 2 | us." ~Therefore happiness consists in glory.~Aquin.: SMT FS 196 2, 2 | Maxim. Arian. ii. 13], glory consists "in being well ~known and 197 2, 2 | Therefore man's happiness consists in glory.~Aquin.: SMT FS 198 2, 2 | Therefore man's ~happiness consists in fame or glory.~Aquin.: 199 2, 2 | fame or glory. ~For glory consists "in being well known and 200 2, 2 | Whether man's happiness consists in power?~Aquin.: SMT FS 201 2, 2 | would seem that happiness consists in power. For all things ~ 202 2, 2 | gods." Therefore happiness ~consists in power.~Aquin.: SMT FS 203 2, 2 | power. Therefore happiness consists in power.~Aquin.: SMT FS 204 2, 2 | power. Therefore happiness consists ~in power.~Aquin.: SMT FS 205 2, 2 | to prove that happiness consists ~in none of the foregoing 206 2, 2 | evident that happiness nowise consists in the foregoing.~Aquin.: 207 2, 2 | because man's supreme ~good consists in power.~Aquin.: SMT FS 208 2, 2 | Whether man's happiness consists in any bodily good?~Aquin.: 209 2, 2 | seem that man's happiness consists in bodily goods. For ~it 210 2, 2 | the body." But happiness consists in that which is best. ~ 211 2, 2 | which is best. ~Therefore it consists in the health of the body.~ 212 2, 2 | of the efficient cause ~consists in its flowing into something, 213 2, 2 | the causality of the end ~consists in its drawing the appetite. 214 2, 2 | Therefore man's happiness consists most of all in things ~pertaining 215 2, 2 | the body. For man's being consists in soul and body; and ~though 216 2, 2 | Whether man's happiness consists in pleasure?~Aquin.: SMT 217 2, 2 | seem that man's happiness consists in pleasure. For ~since 218 2, 2 | 2). Therefore happiness consists ~principally in pleasure 219 2, 2 | the causality of the end consists in ~its attracting the appetite. 220 2, 2 | end, which is happiness, consists principally in pleasure.~ 221 2, 2 | which is the supreme good, consists in pleasure.~Aquin.: SMT 222 2, 2 | AA[4],5). Therefore it consists in goods of the soul.~Aquin.: 223 2, 2 | desired. Therefore ~happiness consists in some good of man himself: 224 2, 2 | to the ~soul; and thus it consists in goods of the soul.~Aquin.: 225 2, 2 | sake. Therefore happiness consists in no good of the ~soul.~ 226 2, 2 | seems ~that man's happiness consists in man somehow reaching 227 2, 2 | Therefore man's happiness consists in the whole universe of 228 2, 3 | speculative intellect, whether it ~consists in the consideration of 229 2, 3 | sciences?~(7) Whether it consists in the consideration of 230 2, 3 | angels?~(8) Whether it consists in the sole contemplation 231 2, 3 | the state of a happy ~man consists in possessing the perfect 232 2, 3 | would seem that happiness consists in an operation of the senses 233 2, 3 | 7). Therefore happiness consists in an operation ~of the 234 2, 3 | essentially. For man's happiness ~consists essentially in his being 235 2, 3 | would seem that happiness consists in an act of the will. For ~ 236 2, 3 | 11), that man's happiness consists in ~peace; wherefore it 237 2, 3 | will. Therefore happiness consists in an operation of the will.~ 238 2, 3 | it seems ~that happiness consists in an act of the will.~Aquin.: 239 2, 3 | will." Therefore happiness consists in an act of the ~will.~ 240 2, 3 | Therefore man's happiness consists in the ~knowledge of God, 241 2, 3 | the essence of happiness consists in an act of the ~intellect: 242 2, 3 | the end of every creature consists in becoming like God. ~But 243 2, 3 | Therefore man's happiness consists in ~an operation of the 244 2, 3 | Therefore man's happiness consists in an ~act of the practical 245 2, 3 | Therefore man's happiness consists in ~an operation of the 246 2, 3 | I answer that, Happiness consists in an operation of the speculative ~ 247 2, 3 | Consequently happiness consists principally in such an operation, 248 2, 3 | await in the life to ~come, consists entirely in contemplation. 249 2, 3 | such ~as can be had here, consists first and principally, in 250 2, 3 | therefore, man's happiness consists in an operation of the ~ 251 2, 3 | Para. 1/1~Whether happiness consists in the consideration of 252 2, 3 | seem that man's happiness consists in the consideration ~of 253 2, 3 | Therefore man's final ~happiness consists in the consideration of 254 2, 3 | sakes. Therefore happiness consists in ~the consideration of 255 2, 3 | man's final happiness consists.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[3] A[6] 256 2, 3 | Para. 1/1~Whether happiness consists in the knowledge of separate 257 2, 3 | seem that man's happiness consists in the knowledge of ~separate 258 2, 3 | that man's final happiness ~consists in contemplating the angels.~ 259 2, 3 | of the human ~intellect consists in contemplating the angels.~ 260 2, 3 | final glory or happiness consists only in the knowledge of 261 2, 3 | man's perfect happiness consists ~not in that which perfects 262 2, 3 | Whether man's happiness consists in the vision of the divine 263 2, 3 | not ~reach to this, but consists in something less.~Aquin.: 264 2, 3 | which alone ~man's happiness consists, as stated above (AA[1], 265 2, 4 | the essence of happiness consists ~in seeing God, as stated 266 2, 4 | is at rest, and in this consists delight. ~Consequently, 267 2, 4 | before ~delight. For delight consists in a certain repose of the 268 2, 4 | OBJ 3: Further, happiness consists in an operation. But operations 269 2, 4 | answer that, Since Happiness consists in gaining the last end, 270 2, 4 | Happiness. For Happiness consists essentially in an operation 271 2, 4 | because rectitude of the ~will consists in being duly ordered to 272 2, 4 | A[8]), final ~Happiness consists in the vision of the Divine 273 2, 4 | which operation happiness consists, is "not ~hindered." But 274 2, 4 | the happiness of this life consists in an operation of the intellect, ~ 275 2, 4 | perfect Happiness, which consists in the vision of God, some 276 2, 4 | man's perfect ~Happiness consists in the vision of the Divine 277 2, 4 | wherein its happiness consists. Hence, Augustine, after 278 2, 4 | Further, man's Happiness consists in the vision of the Divine ~ 279 2, 4 | understands. But Happiness consists in the most perfect ~operation 280 2, 4 | for it. For this happiness consists, according to the ~Philosopher ( 281 2, 4 | instruments to happiness, which consists in ~an operation of virtue, 282 2, 4 | perfect ~Happiness, which consists in seeing God. The reason 283 2, 4 | perfect Happiness ~which consists in seeing God, will be either 284 2, 4 | wherein perfect Happiness consists. ~Nevertheless in that Happiness 285 2, 4 | name of ~"glory." But glory consists in man's good being brought 286 2, 4 | with divine wisdom, which consists in ~contemplating God. Consequently 287 2, 5 | Further, True Happiness consists in seeing God, Who is pure ~ 288 2, 5 | OBJ 3: Further, Happiness consists in attaining the Sovereign 289 2, 5 | man's ~perfect Happiness consists.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[5] A[1] 290 2, 5 | OBJ 2: Further, Happiness consists in an act of the intellect; 291 2, 5 | that happiness ~principally consists. If, however, the virtue 292 2, 5 | man's perfect ~Happiness consists in the vision of the Divine 293 2, 5 | in ~whose operation it consists: on this point we shall 294 2, 5 | stated above (Q[3], A[8]), ~consists in the vision of the Divine 295 2, 5 | the parts of the universe consists in ~the higher creatures 296 2, 5 | A[2]: while happiness consists in the order of man to a 297 2, 5 | OBJ 3: Further, Happiness consists in an operation of the intellect 298 2, 5 | virtue, in whose act it consists.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[5] A[6] 299 2, 5 | thought that Happiness consists in pleasures of the body; 300 2, 5 | general notion of happiness consists in the ~perfect good, as 301 2, 5 | as to that in which ~it consists. And thus all do not know 302 2, 6 | Perfect knowledge of the end consists in not only apprehending 303 2, 6 | imperfect knowledge of the end consists in ~mere apprehension of 304 2, 7 | since the goodness of acts ~consists in their utility to the 305 2, 7 | why" and "in what the act ~consists"?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[7] A[ 306 2, 11 | in whose act Happiness consists, as shown above (Q[3], ~ 307 2, 11 | created happiness which consists in ~enjoyment.~Aquin.: SMT 308 2, 13 | comparison; not that it consists ~in the comparison itself.~ 309 2, 18 | of number; since the good consists in "number, ~weight, and 310 2, 19 | the principles of which it consists: thus ~primary bodies are 311 2, 19 | the goodness of the ~will consists in not being unruly. Therefore 312 2, 21 | consequently its ~malice consists in its being in disaccord 313 2, 21 | is an evil: ~whereas sin consists properly in an action done 314 2, 21 | and ~therefore sin, which consists in straying from the order 315 2, 21 | from the order to the end, ~consists properly in an action. On 316 2, 22 | perfect; because therein ~consists the very notion of privation 317 2, 23 | every passion of the soul consists in approach or ~withdrawal 318 2, 24 | the good or evil of man consists in "being in accord, or ~ 319 2, 26 | adaptation to itself, which consists in complacency in that object; 320 2, 26 | Since, therefore, love consists in a change wrought in the ~ 321 2, 29 | suitable to it, ~wherein consists natural love; so has it 322 2, 29 | stated above (A[1]), love consists in a certain ~agreement 323 2, 29 | object loved, while hatred consists in a ~certain disagreement 324 2, 30 | concupiscence properly consists, belongs to the concupiscible 325 2, 31 | delight ~follows, which consists in a state of completion, 326 2, 32 | Rhet. i, 11), "pleasure consists ~in a perception of the 327 2, 32 | OBJ 2: Further, pleasure consists especially in an end gained: 328 2, 32 | attainment. Now each of these consists in a kind of operation: ~ 329 2, 32 | the natural mode of being consists in a certain measure; and ~ 330 2, 34 | sensible and bodily pleasure consists in a certain movement and ~" 331 2, 35 | opposition: ~because opposition consists in affirming and denying 332 2, 35 | proper effect of sorrow consists in a ~certain "flight of 333 2, 36 | Because the good of each thing consists in a certain ~unity, inasmuch 334 2, 36 | of ~which its perfection consists: wherefore the Platonists 335 2, 36 | the perfection of nature consists.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[36] A[ 336 2, 37 | the soul. ~For man's life consists in a certain movement, which 337 2, 38 | greatest of all ~pleasures consists in the contemplation of 338 2, 38 | precisely in what pleasure ~consists, as stated above (Q[31], 339 2, 39 | end. But man's Happiness consists in his "having whatever 340 2, 39 | Therefore man's greatest good consists in the fulfilment of his ~ 341 2, 39 | fulfilment of his ~will. Now pain consists in something happening contrary 342 2, 41 | OBJ 2: Further, that which consists in an action of our own 343 2, 41 | other hand, the evil that consists in external things may surpass ~ 344 2, 46 | the nature of punishment consists ~in being contrary to the 345 2, 46 | species of anger, which consists in a certain quickness of ~ 346 2, 49 | in which the habit ~is, consists in this very relation to 347 2, 55 | which is ~called virtue consists in enjoying what we ought 348 2, 55 | is the end of human life, consists in an ~operation.~Aquin.: 349 2, 55 | drunkenness and excessive drink, consists in a ~falling away from 350 2, 56 | since the good of the worker consists in the work, this ~fact 351 2, 56 | will, whose ~first movement consists in love, as we have said 352 2, 57 | of perfect bliss, which ~consists in the contemplation of 353 2, 57 | human life. For a ~good life consists in good deeds. Now in order 354 2, 58 | moreover, every virtue consists in following the rational 355 2, 58 | reason: since ~man's good "consists in that which agrees with 356 2, 60 | Because, since moral ~virtue consists in a kind of mean, the mean 357 2, 61 | heavenly things; and justice consists ~in the soul giving a whole-hearted 358 2, 63 | Further, the virtuous good consists in accord with reason, as 359 2, 63 | since the notion of good consists in "mode, species, and ~ 360 2, 64 | which is ~measured or ruled consists in its conformity with its 361 2, 64 | things of this sort, evil consists in discordance from their 362 2, 64 | the good of moral virtue consists in ~conformity with the 363 2, 64 | reason, ~while its matter consists in passions or operations. 364 2, 64 | the good of moral virtue consists in its ~observing the mean. 365 2, 64 | that, The good of anything consists in its observing the mean, ~ 366 2, 64 | of an intellectual virtue consists in ~observing the mean, 367 2, 64 | speculative intellectual virtue consists in a certain mean, by way 368 2, 64 | that the nature of truth consists. There will be excess if ~ 369 2, 64 | intellectual virtues, the mean consists in ~conformity with things. 370 2, 64 | the ~good of other virtues consists in their observing the mean. 371 2, 64 | mean of intellectual virtue consists in the ~intellect being 372 2, 64 | intellectual and moral virtues consists in a ~mean of reason by 373 2, 65 | perfectly good work, and this ~consists in not only doing what is 374 2, 65 | Because the act of hope consists in looking to ~God for future 375 2, 65 | of man with God, ~which consists in a certain familiar colloquy 376 2, 66 | thing that, by its nature, consists in a maximum, ~cannot be 377 2, 66 | Now the nature of virtue consists in a maximum, ~for virtue 378 2, 66 | because the nature of virtue consists in a maximum.~Aquin.: SMT 379 2, 66 | of that happiness which consists in the knowledge of truth, 380 2, 68 | perfection of the mobile as such, consists in a ~disposition whereby 381 2, 69 | For a life of pleasure ~consists of two things. First, in 382 2, 69 | Secondly, the sensual life consists in following the bent of 383 2, 69 | Body Para. 3/4~Active life consists chiefly in man's relations 384 2, 69 | which sensual happiness consists: ~which happiness man desires 385 2, 70 | proceeds in us: which process consists in this, that the mind ~ 386 2, 71 | the goodness of ~a thing consists in its being well disposed 387 2, 71 | Now ~the virtue of a thing consists in its being well disposed 388 2, 71 | Hence the vice of any thing ~consists in its being disposed in 389 2, 71 | action, and whose action consists ~in a transient movement. 390 2, 71 | which the essence of the sin consists, ~the sin of omission will 391 2, 71 | Further, sin apparently consists properly in aversion from 392 2, 71 | that "all human ~wickedness consists in using what we should 393 2, 72 | its inordinateness, which ~consists in departing from God's 394 2, 72 | their objects. Now every sin consists in the desire for some mutable ~ 395 2, 72 | sins, e.g. gluttony, which consists in the pleasures of the ~ 396 2, 72 | table; and lust, which consists in sexual pleasures. Hence 397 2, 72 | while ~the third degree consists in the consummation of the 398 2, 73 | and pure privation, which consists, so to speak, in "being" 399 2, 73 | the opposite ~habit; it consists in "becoming" corrupted 400 2, 73 | just as the good of health consists in a certain ~commensuration 401 2, 73 | so the ~good of virtue consists in a certain commensuration 402 2, 73 | considers the opposition which consists in ~restraining from sin; 403 2, 74 | and inordinate, wherein consists the nature of ~sin. Now 404 2, 74 | them. Now every mortal sin consists in turning away ~from Augustine' 405 2, 74 | eternal law." But mortal sin consists in ~turning away from the 406 2, 75 | to say that ~evil, which consists in a certain privation, 407 2, 75 | substance of sin, for this consists principally in the act of 408 2, 76 | of transgression, the sin consists not ~only in the act of 409 2, 77 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Sin consists chiefly in an act of the 410 2, 77 | 1/3~I answer that, Sin consists essentially in an act of 411 2, 77 | stated above (Q[72], A[5]), consists in ~turning away from our 412 2, 78 | First, because, as sin ~consists chiefly in an act of the 413 2, 79 | good or to evil." Now sin ~consists in doing what is not right, 414 2, 79 | its cause, which defect consists in man not being subject 415 2, 79 | privation itself, wherein consists the nature of ~evil, but 416 2, 79 | and so ~this defect which consists in not being from God, belongs 417 2, 80 | man's ~sinning. For sin consists directly in an act of the 418 2, 82 | order of original justice consists in man's will being subject 419 2, 82 | other powers of the soul consists chiefly in their ~turning 420 2, 84 | because the beginning of evil consists in turning away from ~God.~ 421 2, 85 | first-mentioned good of ~nature, which consists in "being, living and understanding," 422 2, 86 | hand, the act of the will consists in a movement towards ~things 423 2, 87 | Accordingly, in so far as sin consists in turning away from ~something, 424 2, 87 | brightness, in which the stain consists, as ~stated above (Q[86], 425 2, 88 | sin, ~like any moral act, consists chiefly in an act of the 426 2, 88 | deformity of a venial sin consists ~in a disorder affecting 427 2, 88 | deformity of a mortal sin consists in a disorder about the 428 2, 92 | of any subordinate thing consists in its ~being well subordinated 429 2, 92 | concupiscible faculties consists in ~their being obedient 430 2, 92 | virtue of every ~subject consists in his being well subjected 431 2, 92 | has in the nature of a law consists in ~its being an ordinance 432 2, 94 | it is in this that ~theft consists. Nor is it only in human 433 2, 95 | the perfection of virtue consists chiefly in withdrawing ~ 434 2, 96 | of use, since their use ~consists in being applicable to many 435 2, 99 | fulfilment, which benefit ~consists in the attainment of some 436 2, 99 | But the perfection of man consists in his ~despising temporal 437 2, 100 | the proper act of justice consists in rendering to ~each one 438 2, 100 | whose ~proper function consists in directing the human community. 439 2, 100 | Fidelity to his master consists in ~his not giving sovereign 440 2, 100 | neighbor: since true ~self-love consists in directing oneself to 441 2, 100 | Now the mode of ~virtue consists in three things, as the 442 2, 100 | Further, the mode of charity consists properly speaking in doing ~ 443 2, 101 | the ceremonial precepts consists in their ~pertaining to 444 2, 101 | worship. Now interior worship ~consists in the soul being united 445 2, 101 | of worship. The ~worship consists specially in "sacrifices," 446 2, 102 | that man's final perfection consists in his entering into ~that ( 447 2, 103 | internal worship, which consists ~in faith, hope and charity. 448 2, 103 | interior worship of God consists. Now man can make profession 449 2, 106 | of spiritual grace, this consists in works of ~virtue to which 450 2, 106 | as stated above (A[1]), consists chiefly in the ~grace of 451 2, 107 | of faith. Nevertheless it consists secondarily in certain ~ 452 2, 107 | Old. ~Because the New Law consists chiefly in faith: wherefore 453 2, 107 | love in which the same Law consists: since, as Augustine ~says ( 454 2, 108 | But the kingdom of God consists not in exterior, but ~only 455 2, 108 | AA[1],2), the New Law consists ~chiefly in the grace of 456 2, 108 | OBJ 1: The kingdom of God consists chiefly in internal acts: 457 2, 108 | inward ~grace wherein the Law consists, they do not come under 458 2, 108 | wherein eternal happiness consists: so that the more he cleaves 459 2, 110 | Lib. Arbit. vi). Now merit consists in acts, which proceed from ~ 460 2, 111 | Now ~the order of things consists in this, that things are 461 2, 113 | the remission of guilt consists in the Divine ~imputation, 462 2, 113 | with us, and this peace consists in the love whereby God ~ 463 2, 113 | Reply OBJ 2: As God's love consists not merely in the act of 464 2, 113 | justification of the ungodly consists as to ~its origin in the 465 2, 114 | Now everlasting life consists in the manifest knowledge 466 2, 114 | mind that everlasting life consists in ~the enjoyment of God. 467 2, 1 | the chief object of faith consists in those things ~which we 468 2, 1 | and in these our happiness consists; while belief in ~His providence 469 2, 2 | of the rational creature consists not only ~in what belongs 470 2, 2 | man's ultimate happiness consists in a supernatural vision 471 2, 2 | Further, the good of faith consists in obedience, according 472 2, 5 | more" or "less." Now faith consists in something supreme, because 473 2, 7 | that of error, and which consists in the human ~intellect, 474 2, 8 | the gift of understanding consists ~precisely in its considering 475 2, 8 | disposition to seeing ~God, and consists in the heart being cleansed 476 2, 9 | certitude of faith. Now faith consists primarily and principally 477 2, 9 | Further, the gift of knowledge consists in speculation, before ~ 478 2, 9 | operation. Now, in so far as it consists in speculation, sorrow does 479 2, 9 | knowledge, in so far as it ~consists in speculation, because 480 2, 9 | because man's beatitude consists, not in ~considering creatures, 481 2, 10 | I answer that, Every sin consists formally in aversion from 482 2, 10 | the life of unbelievers consists of ~their actions. Therefore 483 2, 10 | 64], A[1]), every ~virtue consists in following some rule of 484 2, 10 | since the sin of unbelief consists in resisting the faith, 485 2, 11 | intention ~of heretics, for it consists in the constancy of the 486 2, 13 | the confession of faith consists in a protestation ~not only 487 2, 14 | intellectual operation in man consists in an ~abstraction from 488 2, 16 | being attained, wherein also consists the essence of virtue. Wherefore 489 2, 16 | good is eternal life, which consists in the enjoyment of God 490 2, 16 | measured and ruled the mean consists in the ~measure or rule 491 2, 17 | glory of the soul, which consists in ~the enjoyment of God, 492 2, 18 | Reply OBJ 2: Moral good consists chiefly in turning to God, 493 2, 18 | to God, while moral ~evil consists chiefly in turning away 494 2, 18 | an art ~as to its essence consists in the principles from which 495 2, 18 | wisdom as to its essence ~consists in the first principles 496 2, 18 | fear. Now as a thing's good consists in its staying in its own 497 2, 18 | order, so ~a thing's evil consists in forsaking its order. 498 2, 18 | avoidance of this evil that consists in non-subjection to ~God, 499 2, 18 | blessed, ~whose happiness consists in perfect subjection to 500 2, 19 | itself; whereas despair consists in a man ~ceasing to hope


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