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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | philosophical science, we have no need of ~any further knowledge. 2 1, 1 | philosophical science, there is no need of any further knowledge.~ 3 1, 1 | not as though it stood in need of them, but only in order 4 1, 2 | will. Therefore there is no need to ~suppose God's existence.~ 5 1, 4 | participates in existence ~need not participate in every 6 1, 5 | good. Hence they ~have no need of other things whereby 7 1, 7 | A geometrician does not need to assume a line actually ~ 8 1, 12 | created intellect does not need any created ~light in order 9 1, 12 | that creature ~would not need any other light to see God; 10 1, 14 | not ~another's; hence it need not proceed to infinity.~ 11 1, 20 | not because He stands in need of them; but only on account 12 1, 20 | upon ninety-nine just who need not penance" (Lk. 15:7). 13 1, 23 | Further, as there is no need of advice except on account 14 1, 23 | knowledge, so there is not need of help except through ~ 15 1, 27 | Reply OBJ 1: There is no need to go on to infinitude in 16 1, 32 | Further, in God there is no need to admit any real relation 17 1, 39 | when we suppose the one, we need not suppose the ~other.~ 18 1, 39 | several "supposita." So it need not always stand for the 19 1, 39 | likewise is "goodness." ~Nor need the habitude of the final 20 1, 42 | divine ~generation. Hence we need to gather a likeness of 21 1, 44 | for an end seems to imply need of the end. But God needs 22 1, 44 | Reply OBJ 1: To act from need belongs only to an imperfect 23 1, 45 | a creature. Nor is there need of a further creation in ~ 24 1, 45 | nor would there be any need ~of certain instruments 25 1, 46 | an end of movement; which need not be if ~movement be a 26 1, 49 | being destroyed (which it need be for something to be wholly 27 1, 51 | substances, which do not need to acquire knowledge from ~ 28 1, 51 | because an angel has no need for a body, since his own ~ 29 1, 51 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Angels need an assumed body, not for 30 1, 52 | Accordingly there is no need for saying that an angel 31 1, 52 | spheres immediately. ~Hence it need not be everywhere.~Aquin.: 32 1, 53 | is in act is not for any need of ~its own, but for another' 33 1, 53 | its own, but for another's need. In this way, because of 34 1, 53 | this way, because of our need, the ~angel is moved locally, 35 1, 53 | whereto." Nor is there any need for a medium between the 36 1, 54 | naturally. Hence there is not need for admitting an active ~ 37 1, 54 | not about names that we need trouble.~Aquin.: SMT FP 38 1, 55 | so; ~because he would not need them, for he has connatural 39 1, 59 | while the other does so need; so is it ~in practical 40 1, 62 | beatitude?~(2) Did they need grace in order to turn to 41 1, 62 | seem that the angel had no need of grace in order to turn 42 1, 62 | to God. For, we have no need of grace for what we can 43 1, 62 | Therefore ~an angel did not need grace in order to turn to 44 1, 62 | 2: Further, seemingly we need help only for difficult 45 1, 62 | Therefore the angel had no need of ~grace in order to turn 46 1, 62 | But we do not stand in need of grace in order to prepare 47 1, 62 | Therefore the angel did not ~need grace to turn to God.~Aquin.: 48 1, 62 | that, The angels stood in need of grace in order to turn 49 1, 62 | clear that ~there is no need to go on to infinity.~Aquin.: 50 1, 68 | seen as ~concave beneath need not necessarily be rounded, 51 1, 68 | things distinct in species need nothing else to ~distinguish 52 1, 69 | Manich. i), because we need not suppose that the ~earth 53 1, 70 | works, and so there was no ~need for the matter of the lights 54 1, 70 | explains ~this by the need of guarding the people from 55 1, 70 | through the body, do not need a body ~as their instrument, 56 1, 70 | move the heavenly body, need be united to the latter 57 1, 73 | because He ~Himself had no need of the things that He had 58 1, 74 | produce, as though He stood in need of them. For love of that ~ 59 1, 76 | says (De Anima ii, 1): "We need not ask ~if the soul and 60 1, 76 | wherefore each of these ~powers need not be wherever the soul 61 1, 39 | when we suppose the one, we need not suppose the ~other.~ 62 1, 39 | several "supposita." So it need not always stand for the 63 1, 39 | likewise is "goodness." ~Nor need the habitude of the final 64 1, 42 | divine ~generation. Hence we need to gather a likeness of 65 1, 45 | for an end seems to imply need of the end. But God needs 66 1, 45 | Reply OBJ 1: To act from need belongs only to an imperfect 67 1, 46 | a creature. Nor is there need of a further creation in ~ 68 1, 46 | nor would there be any need ~of certain instruments 69 1, 47 | an end of movement; which need not be if ~movement be a 70 1, 50 | being destroyed (which it need be for something to be wholly 71 1, 52 | substances, which do not need to acquire knowledge from ~ 72 1, 52 | because an angel has no need for a body, since his own ~ 73 1, 52 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Angels need an assumed body, not for 74 1, 53 | Accordingly there is no need for saying that an angel 75 1, 53 | spheres immediately. ~Hence it need not be everywhere.~Aquin.: 76 1, 54 | is in act is not for any need of ~its own, but for another' 77 1, 54 | its own, but for another's need. In this way, because of 78 1, 54 | this way, because of our need, the ~angel is moved locally, 79 1, 54 | whereto." Nor is there any need for a medium between the 80 1, 55 | naturally. Hence there is not need for admitting an active ~ 81 1, 55 | not about names that we need trouble.~Aquin.: SMT FP 82 1, 56 | so; ~because he would not need them, for he has connatural 83 1, 60 | while the other does so need; so is it ~in practical 84 1, 63 | beatitude?~(2) Did they need grace in order to turn to 85 1, 63 | seem that the angel had no need of grace in order to turn 86 1, 63 | to God. For, we have no need of grace for what we can 87 1, 63 | Therefore ~an angel did not need grace in order to turn to 88 1, 63 | 2: Further, seemingly we need help only for difficult 89 1, 63 | Therefore the angel had no need of ~grace in order to turn 90 1, 63 | But we do not stand in need of grace in order to prepare 91 1, 63 | Therefore the angel did not ~need grace to turn to God.~Aquin.: 92 1, 63 | that, The angels stood in need of grace in order to turn 93 1, 63 | clear that ~there is no need to go on to infinity.~Aquin.: 94 1, 69 | seen as ~concave beneath need not necessarily be rounded, 95 1, 69 | things distinct in species need nothing else to ~distinguish 96 1, 70 | Manich. i), because we need not suppose that the ~earth 97 1, 71 | works, and so there was no ~need for the matter of the lights 98 1, 71 | explains ~this by the need of guarding the people from 99 1, 71 | through the body, do not need a body ~as their instrument, 100 1, 71 | move the heavenly body, need be united to the latter 101 1, 72 | because He ~Himself had no need of the things that He had 102 1, 73 | produce, as though He stood in need of them. For love of that 103 1, 75 | says (De Anima ii, 1): "We need not ask ~if the soul and 104 1, 75 | wherefore each of these powers need not be wherever the soul 105 1, 77 | them; there would be no need for a special genus of appetitive ~ 106 1, 77 | that there is much more need for another sensitive power 107 1, 77 | 2: Further, there is no need to assign an interior power 108 1, 77 | Therefore for ~this there is no need to assign an interior power, 109 1, 77 | sense, there would be no need ~to suppose that an animal 110 1, 77 | nest. Animals, therefore, need ~to perceive such intentions, 111 1, 77 | viii). So there is no ~need to assign more than four 112 1, 78 | immaterial. Therefore there is no need for an ~active intellect 113 1, 78 | opinion of Plato, there is no need for ~an active intellect 114 1, 78 | and ~hence there is no need for an active sense. Wherefore 115 1, 78 | But for this purpose it need not be the same ~intellect 116 1, 78 | intellect. But there is no need for it to be identical in 117 1, 78 | intelligible truth, have no need to ~advance from one thing 118 1, 81 | Reply OBJ 3: There is no need to go on indefinitely, but 119 1, 81 | explains that there is no need to proceed indefinitely.~ 120 1, 81 | although there is no ~need to have faith in what that 121 1, 82 | thing to be cause of another need it be the first cause. ~ 122 1, 82 | And therefore there is no need to distinguish in the will 123 1, 83 | form, ~consequently it had need to be created under some 124 1, 83 | were true we should not need the senses in ~order to 125 1, 83 | the senses, it would not ~need the body in order to understand: 126 1, 83 | already acquired, there is need for the act of ~the imagination 127 1, 83 | individual; there would be no need for the intellect to turn 128 1, 83 | preserved does not suffice; we need further to make ~use of 129 1, 83 | the imagination does not need any further likeness of 130 1, 83 | something about these things, we need to turn to phantasms of ~ 131 1, 84 | vii, Did. vi, 10), and need not be ~considered in the 132 1, 84 | which the intellect has need in its ~operation: for those 133 1, 85 | place, there would ~be no need for them to occupy the place 134 1, 88 | either the sensible would need ~to act upon the soul, or 135 1, 89 | Q[47], A[2]); and so we need say nothing ~about it here.~ 136 1, 90 | prone to the ground he would need to use his hands as fore-feet; 137 1, 92 | Wherefore there is no need to consider the image of 138 1, 92 | the ~species. Wherefore we need to seek in the image of 139 1, 93 | first kind. For there was no need for ~the first man to attain 140 1, 93 | from an effect, such as we need; since he knew God simultaneously 141 1, 93 | supernatural operation. We need not, however, follow the 142 1, 93 | though ~he was then most in need of guidance, we reply that 143 1, 94 | most those who are most in need. Now we are more in need ~ 144 1, 94 | need. Now we are more in need ~of grace than was man in 145 1, 94 | before ~sin; but he does not need grace more; forasmuch as 146 1, 94 | the chief reason for the ~need of grace. But after sin 147 1, 95 | from him. But the angels need not have intervened ~thus, 148 1, 95 | although before sin he had no need of them: for God foresaw 149 1, 95 | not have had any bodily ~need of animals - neither for 150 1, 96 | 3) Whether he stood in need of food?~(4) Whether he 151 1, 96 | state of innocence man had need of food?~Aquin.: SMT FP 152 1, 96 | incorruptible. Therefore he had no ~need of food.~Aquin.: SMT FP 153 1, 96 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, we need food for the preservation 154 1, 96 | matter. Wherefore there was need for ~voiding the surplus, 155 1, 96 | a spiritual life, or had need to eat ~once more of the 156 1, 97 | according to each one's need, those things of which they 157 1, 98 | innocence, ~there was no need for women to be born.~Aquin.: 158 1, 101 | of the body, there was no need for any other place than ~ 159 1, 101 | 2: Further, there is no need of a keeper when there is 160 1, 101 | Therefore there was no need for man to keep paradise.~ 161 1, 102 | include operation. And things need governing as to both: because 162 1, 103 | arise:~(1) Whether creatures need to be kept in existence 163 1, 103 | Para. 1/1~Whether creatures need to be kept in being by God?~ 164 1, 103 | seem that creatures do not need to be kept in being by ~ 165 1, 103 | cannot not-be, does not need to be kept in being; just 166 1, 103 | cannot depart, does not need to be kept from departing. 167 1, 103 | Therefore not all ~creatures need to be kept in being by God. 168 1, 103 | this manner all creatures need to be preserved by ~God. 169 1, 103 | but all creatures do not need to ~be preserved thus, as 170 1, 106 | Reply OBJ 3: There is no need to draw the attention of 171 1, 109 | them. Therefore they do not need the ~government of angels.~ 172 1, 109 | superior. Therefore they ~need not be governed by the angels.~ 173 1, 109 | 23), that "the ~world has need of angels who preside over 174 1, 111 | law. ~Hence there is no need to apply this to any other 175 1, 112 | Therefore man does not need to be guarded by ~an angel.~ 176 1, 112 | happening to ~man; nor does he need time for his local motion, 177 1, 112 | it to them: and ~so they need to consult Divine wisdom 178 1, 113 | exercised. Therefore there is no need for them to be assailed 179 1, 113 | Consequently there is no need for all sins to be due to 180 1, 114 | here below, there is no need to ascribe causality to ~ 181 1, 114 | dense"; there ~would be no need to suppose some principle 182 1, 116 | cause. Wherefore ~knowledge need not be an active quality: 183 1, 117 | A[3]) on this point, nor need we ~repeat it here.~Aquin.: 184 1, 117 | Consequently there is no need for ~this active force to 185 1, 117 | the ~body, if it did not need the body: for if it did 186 1, 117 | the body: for if it did need it, it would be ~natural 187 1, 118 | grandfather, there is no need ~that the corporeal seminal 188 2, 1 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: One need not always be thinking of 189 2, 3 | imperfect happiness, we need the aggregate of those goods 190 2, 4 | he who ~sees God cannot need delight.~Aquin.: SMT FS 191 2, 4 | Therefore there is no need for comprehension as a third.~ 192 2, 4 | delight. Therefore there is no need for comprehension as a third.~ 193 2, 4 | therefore it stands in less need of these goods of the body ~ 194 2, 4 | to the Blessed, not as ~a need of Happiness, but by reason 195 2, 5 | imperfect ~good, although it need no help from without in 196 2, 5 | Consequently if anything need to be done that is above 197 2, 5 | prove that any work of man need precede his ~Happiness: 198 2, 9 | Therefore there is no need for the movement of the 199 2, 11 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Enjoyment need not be of the last end simply; 200 2, 12 | is always ~of the end, it need not be always of the last 201 2, 14 | without ~inquiry, there is no need for the inquiry of counsel.~ 202 2, 14 | Consequently there is no need of counsel in all that ~ 203 2, 14 | several means: hence the need of counsel. But when not 204 2, 14 | fixed, then there is no need of ~counsel.~Aquin.: SMT 205 2, 16 | which relation is referred need not come after. Indeed, 206 2, 17 | Therefore there is no need ~to proceed to infinity.~ 207 2, 19 | not. Therefore there is no need for our will to be conformed ~ 208 2, 19 | seem that the human will need not always be conformed 209 2, 22 | implying mere ~reception, need not be in matter, but can 210 2, 22 | natural. Now there is no need for ~corporeal transmutation 211 2, 23 | concupiscible power: and hence the need of ~another power tending 212 2, 24 | passion. But there is no need for passion to deviate always ~ 213 2, 30 | be delighted, there is no need for him ~to realize all 214 2, 31 | Further, bodily pleasures need to be tempered and checked, 215 2, 31 | vehemence: whereas there is no need to check spiritual ~pleasures. 216 2, 31 | and, again, because ~men need pleasures as remedies for 217 2, 31 | by reason: wherefore they need to be tempered and ~checked 218 2, 41 | Consequently there is no need for those species ~of sorrow 219 2, 49 | thereto. ~Now for a thing to need to be disposed to something 220 2, 49 | 56], A[2], there is ~no need for disposition or habit 221 2, 49 | many things, it does not need a habit to determine it, 222 2, 50 | potentiality, so far is it in ~need of habitual perfection by 223 2, 50 | intellect and will, the angels need some habits, being ~as it 224 2, 50 | their essence, they ~do not need a habit. But as they are 225 2, 50 | therefore, so far as they ~need to partake of something 226 2, 50 | without, so far do they need to have ~habits.~Aquin.: 227 2, 51 | understand well, since we ~need the sensitive powers for 228 2, 51 | apprehensive powers, the same acts need to be repeated many times 229 2, 51 | A[5]). ~And since habits need to be in proportion with 230 2, 53 | intellect, in its act, ~has need of the sensitive powers, 231 2, 53 | contrary agencies which need to be counteracted by acts ~ 232 2, 56 | act, ~then does the power need a habit perfecting it unto 233 2, 56 | this ~the will does not need a virtue perfecting it. 234 2, 56 | neighbor, then does the will need virtue. And therefore such 235 2, 56 | these cases there is ~no need for virtue in the will, 236 2, 56 | purpose, as we have said. This need exists only in the case 237 2, 57 | Wherefore, for prudence there is need of a ~moral virtue, which 238 2, 57 | Therefore man does not need prudence in ~order to lead 239 2, 57 | to be done, there is no need, besides "{synesis}" ~of 240 2, 57 | possession of these, we should need no more to inquire, the ~ 241 2, 58 | that moves it, there is no need for ~that reason to be united 242 2, 60 | sorrow. Therefore there is no need for ~different moral virtues 243 2, 61 | into passions, and then we need two virtues. For the need ~ 244 2, 61 | need two virtues. For the need ~of putting the order of 245 2, 61 | reason, and then the passions need a curb, ~which we call " 246 2, 62 | end. Therefore there is no need for any habits ~of theological 247 2, 62 | understand: consequently there is need of a natural habit in addition 248 2, 62 | Consequently there was need for an additional ~supernatural 249 2, 63 | 62], A[1]). Wherefore we need to receive ~from God other 250 2, 64 | Reply OBJ 2: There is no need for an indefinite series 251 2, 65 | right ~reason has greatest need of the first indemonstrable 252 2, 68 | Divine instinct, there is no need to take counsel according ~ 253 2, 68 | sufficient, and there is need for the prompting of the 254 2, 68 | there ~is, in consequence, need for a gift.~Aquin.: SMT 255 2, 68 | not to stand in continual need ~of being moved by the yet 256 2, 69 | not sufficient, since we need to be moved by the Holy ~ 257 2, 69 | altogether; nay more, so that, if need be, he makes a deliberate 258 2, 71 | eternal law," nor was ~there need to add "word" or "deed." ~ 259 2, 72 | reference to our neighbor, we need ~to be directed according 260 2, 75 | another sin; so there is no ~need to go on indefinitely: for 261 2, 81 | him; else all would not need redemption [*Cf. ~Translator' 262 2, 83 | cause. ~Now there is no need for anything to be more 263 2, 84 | good. Wherefore there is no need for the principal vices 264 2, 87 | original sin. For there was no need, in the state of ~innocence, 265 2, 91 | Consequently there is no need for a human ~law.~Aquin.: 266 2, 91 | the eternal law. Hence the need for human reason to proceed ~ 267 2, 91 | 1~Whether there was any need for a Divine law?~Aquin.: 268 2, 91 | would seem that there was no need for a Divine law. Because, ~ 269 2, 91 | Therefore there was no need for a Divine law in addition 270 2, 91 | Therefore there is no need for man to be governed also 271 2, 91 | faculty, there would be no need for man to have any further 272 2, 91 | given above: but there is need for certain additional principles, ~ 273 2, 93 | otherwise, and ~consequently need no restraining. But laws 274 2, 94 | which perversion stood in need of correction.~Aquin.: SMT 275 2, 95 | Therefore there was no need to frame laws.~Aquin.: SMT 276 2, 95 | Therefore there ~was no need of human laws.~Aquin.: SMT 277 2, 95 | of ~expression," to the need of preventing any harm ensuing 278 2, 96 | guided by a private law need not for any reason be bound 279 2, 98 | did not acknowledge his need of the Old Law; because ~ 280 2, 99 | themselves. Hence there was need for the authority of the 281 2, 99 | Therefore there is no need for the Law to contain ceremonial 282 2, 100 | nature, yet so that they need to be inculcated, the wiser 283 2, 100 | general ~principles, for they need no further promulgation 284 2, 100 | having natural reason, and need no promulgation; so also 285 2, 100 | charity. ~Now there was need for man to receive a precept 286 2, 100 | precepts ~of the decalogue need to be such as the people 287 2, 100 | of the Law, there was no need for mention of the irascible ~ 288 2, 100 | manifest; ~hence there was no need to add the reason. But some 289 2, 100 | Consequently there was need to state the reason in each 290 2, 100 | decalogue. Therefore there is no need for other ~moral precepts.~ 291 2, 100 | certain, and so evident as to need no ~promulgation; such as 292 2, 100 | easily grasp; and yet they ~need to be promulgated, because 293 2, 101 | Truth in Itself, and we need the ray of Divine light 294 2, 101 | therefore in both cases there is need of signs by means of sensible ~ 295 2, 102 | as though He stood in ~need of them: wherefore it is 296 2, 102 | God on ~account of man's need for the forgiveness of sin: 297 2, 102 | also denoted the priest's need ~of wisdom in the heart, 298 2, 102 | covers the heart; and his need of fortitude, in ~order 299 2, 102 | wherefore there was no need, on His part, ~for a tabernacle 300 2, 102 | for their sake there was need for a special ~tabernacle 301 2, 102 | their clothes; nor ~did they need to be sprinkled with the 302 2, 102 | applied to the divine worship, need to be marked in some particular 303 2, 103 | second and third states, had need to cease at the advent of 304 2, 103 | there would ~have been no need to give this special commandment 305 2, 104 | as to his end, so as to need to be disposed in ~himself 306 2, 104 | But those things which need to be ~directed, as pertaining 307 2, 105 | so forth. But there is no need for the tenant to pay his ~ 308 2, 105 | there is often pressing need for a judge, it ~should 309 2, 105 | shall see his brother in need, and shall shut up his bowels ~ 310 2, 105 | loan on account of their need.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[105] A[ 311 2, 105 | rich: nor are they in ~such need of their price in order 312 2, 105 | handling of which he has need of servants. Secondly man' 313 2, 106 | New ~Law; and the faithful need to be instructed concerning 314 2, 106 | men "have sinned and do need the glory of God" (Rm. ~ 315 2, 106 | weakness, and acknowledge his need of grace. This reason is ~ 316 2, 107 | education of children who need to be taught how they are 317 2, 108 | matters as these there was no need for any precepts to be given 318 2, 108 | Father knoweth that you have need of all these things." Thirdly, 319 2, 108 | aforesaid, he ~does not need to renounce the things of 320 2, 108 | similar actions, when there is need. Hence these things are ~ 321 2, 108 | when there is no special need, is to be ~referred to the 322 2, 109 | its act. But ~he does not need a new light added to his 323 2, 109 | Reply OBJ 3: We always need God's help for every thought, 324 2, 109 | its act that it does not need to be moved by God; ~and 325 2, 109 | is nothing, so ~does it need to be preserved by another 326 2, 109 | perfect nature man did ~not need the gift of grace added 327 2, 109 | this, in ~both states they need the help of God's motion 328 2, 109 | with ~equal reason will he need grace to prepare himself 329 2, 109 | prepare ~himself, he would not need to be drawn by another. 330 2, 109 | in these two ways ~do we need the Divine assistance, as 331 2, 109 | AA[2],3). Now that we ~need the help of God to move 332 2, 109 | the First Mover. Hence we ~need not go to infinity.~Aquin.: 333 2, 109 | with equal ~reason, will he need yet another grace, even 334 2, 109 | kind of help, man does not need a further ~help of grace, 335 2, 109 | us ~that we may no longer need the Divine help; for every 336 2, 109 | imperfect, since man ~will need the Divine help even in 337 2, 109 | less, therefore, does he need the help of ~grace to have 338 2, 109 | persevere; and thus man does not need grace in order to ~persevere.~ 339 2, 109 | perseverance man does not, indeed, need another habitual grace, 340 2, 1 | with the Father; ~hence the need for an article about the 341 2, 1 | may believe it. Hence the need for the truth of ~faith 342 2, 1 | Nevertheless, the people need more careful instruction 343 2, 1 | heretics, so that there was no need to be more explicit on that 344 2, 1 | the New Law, there is no need ~for the articles of faith 345 2, 2 | it seems that there is no need ~to believe what can be 346 2, 4 | Not only does the will need to be ready to obey but 347 2, 5 | God. Therefore they had need of faith.~Aquin.: SMT SS 348 2, 5 | contemplation which removes the need of faith is heavenly contemplation, ~ 349 2, 8 | Para. 1/5~I answer that, We need to make a twofold distinction 350 2, 8 | Dan. 10:1) that "there is need of ~understanding in a" 351 2, 15 | Therefore there was very great need for precepts of faith to 352 2, 15 | Law: hence there was no need for special precepts to 353 2, 21 | one cause, ~there is no need to induce it by another. 354 2, 21 | good. Therefore there is no need ~of a precept of the Law 355 2, 21 | Nevertheless there was need ~for precepts of the Divine 356 2, 21 | Law: hence there was no need for a precept of ~hope among 357 2, 21 | of the Law there was no need for a precept of the act 358 2, 21 | promises, so neither was there need for a ~precept, under form 359 2, 23 | than other things. But we need no infused habit in ~order 360 2, 23 | Neither, therefore, do we need one in order ~to love God.~ 361 2, 23 | having," ~so that there is need, not for anything to be 362 2, 23 | much in so ~much time, it need to increase proportionally 363 2, 23 | point: ~because there is no need for the second increase 364 2, 24 | would seem that charity need not be loved out of charity. 365 2, 24 | neighbor. Therefore charity need not be ~loved out of charity.~ 366 2, 24 | happiness. ~Therefore charity need not be loved out of charity.~ 367 2, 24 | viii. Therefore charity need not be loved ~out of charity.~ 368 2, 28 | says (Ethic. ix, 6) friends need not ~agree in opinion, but 369 2, 29 | are sinners. Therefore we need not do ~good to all.~Aquin.: 370 2, 29 | their nature be in urgent need of succor lest it fail, ~ 371 2, 29 | he is ~not in such urgent need.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[31] A[ 372 2, 29 | relieve ~the one who is in need. Yet, again, this would 373 2, 29 | such ~weightier motives, as need or some other circumstance, 374 2, 30 | given out of the things we need?~(7) Whether corporal alms 375 2, 30 | shall see his brother in need, and shall put up his ~bowels 376 2, 30 | to relieve ~one who is in need. Wherefore some have defined 377 2, 30 | relieve our neighbor's need. Now there are many needs 378 2, 30 | almsdeeds. For corporal need occurs either ~during this 379 2, 30 | it is ~either a common need in respect of things needed 380 2, 30 | all, or it is a ~special need occurring through some accident 381 2, 30 | In the first ~case, the need is either internal or external. 382 2, 30 | internal or external. Internal need is twofold: ~one which is 383 2, 30 | the ~thirsty." The common need with regard to external 384 2, 30 | harborless." Again if the need be special, it is either 385 2, 30 | mention of this particular need.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[32] A[ 386 2, 30 | relieves ~one who is in need. Now the body which is relieved 387 2, 30 | probable that the ~person in need can be relieved in some 388 2, 30 | requisite that he should be in need, ~else there would be no 389 2, 30 | to relieve all who are in need, but only those who could 390 2, 30 | give alms to one whose need is extreme: otherwise almsgiving, 391 2, 30 | recipient when we see that his need is evident ~and urgent, 392 2, 30 | goods, which he does not need ~for the time being, as 393 2, 30 | judge with probability. Nor need he ~consider every case 394 2, 30 | give alms out of what we need.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[32] A[ 395 2, 30 | an individual, or great need on the part of the ~common 396 2, 30 | to provide for a greater need.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[32] A[ 397 2, 30 | succor one who is in ~extreme need, as appears from the words 398 2, 30 | among all, one ~being in need, and another in affluence.~ 399 2, 30 | succoring the one who is in need. If however this be ~possible 400 2, 30 | who is not in very urgent need.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[32] A[ 401 2, 30 | if you know them to be in need, for it is better that ~ 402 2, 30 | first, by relieving his need sufficiently, and in this 403 2, 30 | secondly, by relieving his need more than ~sufficiently; 404 2, 30 | to ~several that are in need, wherefore the Apostle says ( 405 2, 30 | alms which surpasses the ~need of the recipient, to whom 406 2, 30 | more daintily nurtured, and need finer food and ~clothing. 407 2, 31 | relieving ~of an external bodily need. There is another correction 408 2, 31 | go seeking for those who ~need correction, in order that 409 2, 31 | others who are weak and ~need to be instructed in a life 410 2, 31 | from this that there is no need for religious to leave their ~ 411 2, 31 | seems that there is no ~need for a private admonition 412 2, 31 | Accusationibus) that "nothing else need precede ~accusation except 413 2, 31 | anything that he knows to need ~correction, the command 414 2, 37 | Consequently there was no need for those who sinned ~against 415 2, 38 | holy day even through the need of avoiding temporal ~harm.~ 416 2, 38 | days, provided there be need for doing so: because ~it 417 2, 38 | if notwithstanding such a need, one were to ~choose to 418 2, 38 | However, as soon as the need ceases, it is no longer 419 2, 41 | of ~prelates, or from the need on the part of the person 420 2, 42 | Therefore ~there was no need to add the precept about 421 2, 42 | entire virtual extent has no ~need to have the conclusions 422 2, 42 | the end; and yet there was need for an explicit ~precept 423 2, 42 | of charity, there was no need of a precept as ~regards 424 2, 45 | prudenter] all that there may be need of in the ~work." Therefore 425 2, 45 | obtaining the end, there is ~need for counsel, as for instance 426 2, 45 | take ~good counsel, and need to be guided by the counsel 427 2, 46 | so that the ~things which need to concur for the perfect 428 2, 47 | Anal. Post. i. 32]). But we need experience to discover what 429 2, 47 | 11): "Of such things we need to have the sense, ~and 430 2, 47 | man stands in very great need of being taught by ~others, 431 2, 47 | the intellect. Yet the ~need of reason is from a defect 432 2, 47 | is in full vigor, have no need for reason, ~for they comprehend 433 2, 47 | Therefore there is no need to account circumspection 434 2, 47 | suitable to the end. Hence the need ~of circumspection in prudence, 435 2, 48 | called. Therefore there is no need of a special kind of prudence 436 2, 48 | Therefore there is great need in ~warfare for that species 437 2, 49 | it seems that there is no need for any other virtue directed 438 2, 49 | aright). Hence there is need, besides {euboulia} (deliberating ~ 439 2, 49 | aright there is a further need of a final and principal 440 2, 49 | occurrences wherein there is need to depart from ~the common 441 2, 55 | equality, it follows ~that they need no special institution, 442 2, 55 | household. Therefore there is no need for ~a special right of 443 2, 56 | s dealings with himself need to be rectified no less ~ 444 2, 56 | his ~dealings with others need a special rectification, 445 2, 56 | in this sense there is no need ~for that which is "general" 446 2, 56 | men. Therefore there is no need for a particular ~justice.~ 447 2, 56 | common good, there is a need for other virtues to ~direct 448 2, 56 | legal justice there is a need for ~particular virtues 449 2, 56 | besides legal justice there is need for ~particular justice 450 2, 56 | mediately. ~Wherefore there is need for particular justice to 451 2, 58 | in question, ~there is no need for judgment other than 452 2, 58 | justice, there is further need for the judgment of a superior, 453 2, 58 | aright, so also does he need justice and knowledge, as 454 2, 60 | and so there will be no need ~for restitution, for justice 455 2, 60 | obtain. A loss of this kind need not be made good in ~equivalent; 456 2, 60 | would seem that restitution need not always be made to the ~ 457 2, 60 | Therefore restitution ~need not always be made to the 458 2, 60 | us. Therefore restitution need not ~always be made to the 459 2, 60 | made in cases of extreme need, for then he ~could and 460 2, 62 | a wild beast there is no need for an authority to kill 461 2, 64 | them to others in their need. Hence the Apostle says ( 462 2, 64 | steal through stress of need?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[66] A[ 463 2, 64 | steal through stress of need. For ~penance is not imposed 464 2, 64 | steal through stress of need.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[66] A[ 465 2, 64 | steal in order to remedy a need.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[66] A[ 466 2, 64 | the contrary, In cases of need all things are common property, 467 2, 64 | another's property, for need ~has made it common.~Aquin.: 468 2, 64 | there are many who are in need, while it is impossible ~ 469 2, 64 | aid of those who are in need. Nevertheless, if the need 470 2, 64 | need. Nevertheless, if the need be so ~manifest and urgent, 471 2, 64 | evident that the present need must be ~remedied by whatever 472 2, 64 | a man to succor his own need by means of another's property, ~ 473 2, 64 | where there is no urgent need.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[66] A[ 474 2, 64 | property in a case of extreme need: because that which he ~ 475 2, 64 | property by reason of ~that need.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[66] A[ 476 2, 64 | OBJ 3: In a case of a like need a man may also take secretly ~ 477 2, 64 | to succor his neighbor in need.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[66] A[ 478 2, 65 | common knowledge there is no need of judicial ~procedure, 479 2, 65 | etc. says: "There ~is no need of an accuser when the crime 480 2, 66 | Therefore the ~accusation need not be in writing: and all 481 2, 69 | is chiefly ~in cases of need. Now it seems to be a case 482 2, 69 | it seems to be a case of need when the suit of a ~poor 483 2, 69 | lacks food is no less in need than he that ~lacks an advocate. 484 2, 69 | of mercy on all those who need it. Wherefore, ~as Augustine 485 2, 69 | shall see ~his brother in need, and shall put up his bowels 486 2, 69 | particular man stands in such a need that it is ~not easy to 487 2, 69 | strictly to help the one in need that it would be a ~sin 488 2, 69 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Not every need is such that it is one's 489 2, 70 | succored him when he was in need. Hence it is written ~(Ecclus. 490 2, 70 | all. Nevertheless there is need of discretion in such matters, ~ 491 2, 70 | answer that, Just as we need patience in things done 492 2, 70 | done against us, so do ~we need it in those said against 493 2, 75 | the receiver be in great need of that thing, ~whether 494 2, 75 | instance, when a man has great need of a certain thing, while ~ 495 2, 75 | But apparently the seller need not give the buyer this ~ 496 2, 75 | in like manner, neither need he tell him the ~faults 497 2, 75 | or loss, although a man need not always give another 498 2, 75 | greater rebate ~than he need. Wherefore the seller may 499 2, 75 | Reply OBJ 2: There is no need to publish beforehand by 500 2, 75 | because it ~supplies a natural need: but the latter is justly


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