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1 1, 1 | its object. Now properly speaking, the object of a faculty 2 1, 3 | nevertheless, ~absolutely speaking, actuality is prior to potentiality; 3 1, 3 | knowledge. Therefore in ~speaking of God, we use concrete 4 1, 3 | something." ~Therefore, strictly speaking, primary matter and God 5 1, 8 | according to this mode of speaking; and ~thus it does not follow 6 1, 12 | also says (Div. Nom. i), speaking of God: ~"Neither is there 7 1, 14 | according to this ~mode of speaking, He supremely returns to 8 1, 14 | Himself; for these modes of speaking are to be taken by way of ~ 9 1, 16 | Reply OBJ 1: Augustine is speaking about the truth of things, 10 1, 16 | known. Therefore, properly speaking, truth resides ~in the intellect 11 1, 16 | in this manner ~the true, speaking absolutely, is prior to 12 1, 16 | cannot be said, ~properly speaking, of divine truth; unless 13 1, 16 | answer that, Truth, properly speaking, resides only in the intellect, ~ 14 1, 16 | Reply OBJ 1: Augustine is speaking of divine truth.~Aquin.: 15 1, 18 | were, of natural bodies, speaking by a similitude, and not ~ 16 1, 19 | what by His will, ~properly speaking, He wills not; so He may 17 1, 19 | what He does, properly speaking, will. Hence there is nothing 18 1, 20 | is benevolence properly ~speaking exercised. But irrational 19 1, 20 | that He lives. ~Strictly speaking, therefore, God does not 20 1, 20 | union with the Godhead. But ~speaking of human nature in general, 21 1, 20 | He loved man, absolutely speaking, more; but because the needs 22 1, 20 | intellect. Hence, ~absolutely speaking, Peter was the better and 23 1, 21 | which the Philosopher is speaking in this ~passage, is that 24 1, 22 | towards an end is, properly speaking, providence. For it is the 25 1, 22 | Prudence ~is what, strictly speaking, commands all that 'ebulia' 26 1, 22 | must remember that properly speaking ~'necessary' and "contingent" 27 1, 23 | a mark. Hence, properly speaking, a rational creature, ~capable 28 1, 23 | sense, thought, absolutely speaking, God can predestinate or ~ 29 1, 24 | Wherefore, strictly speaking, the book of life regards 30 1, 25 | The Philosopher is here speaking of an infinity in regard ~ 31 1, 25 | good. Or he is, perhaps, speaking after the common ~manner 32 1, 25 | He has made. Absolutely speaking, however, God can make ~ 33 1, 27 | begotten; but, strictly speaking, only what ~proceeds by 34 1, 28 | Although relations, properly speaking, do not arise or ~proceed 35 1, 29 | but in the usual way of speaking, it means the individual 36 1, 29 | substance," which, properly speaking, corresponds in meaning 37 1, 29 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Strictly speaking, the essence is what is 38 1, 29 | in the sense we use when speaking of persons in God. Therefore ~ 39 1, 30 | and cannot be used when speaking of God: unlike ~transcendental 40 1, 31 | expression "alone," properly speaking, does not affect ~the predicate, 41 1, 31 | is common. For our Lord speaking ~to the Father, said: "That 42 1, 31 | so that such a mode of speaking is true.~Aquin.: SMT FP 43 1, 31 | is not the usual way of speaking, ~unless we understand another 44 1, 31 | diction ~"alone," properly speaking, refers to the subject, 45 1, 31 | things. Hence such a way of speaking is ~not to be taken too 46 1, 31 | according to the usual way of ~speaking in a distributive sense, 47 1, 33 | Athanasius says. Therefore in ~speaking of God we ought not to used 48 1, 33 | principle" ~indifferently, when speaking of God; whereas the Latin 49 1, 34 | Reply OBJ 3: As, properly speaking, Word in God is said personally, 50 1, 34 | forsooth, ~He would not be speaking." On the other hand, "to 51 1, 35 | Reply OBJ 1: Image, properly speaking, means whatever proceeds 52 1, 35 | anything proceeds, is ~properly speaking called the exemplar, and 53 1, 36 | accommodated ~by the usual mode of speaking to signify the aforesaid 54 1, 36 | especially ~where the Son says, speaking of the Holy Ghost, "He will 55 1, 37 | OBJ 1: Augustine is there speaking of charity as it means the ~ 56 1, 37 | proceeding, "and speaks by ~the speaking," as by a notional act; 57 1, 39 | figurative or an ~emphatic way of speaking, so that it would really 58 1, 39 | however, is ~an inexact way of speaking, and to be avoided, for 59 1, 39 | stone," and "this ass." So, speaking in a grammatical sense, 60 1, 40 | God except in our way of speaking, as stated above ~(Q[32], 61 1, 41 | accordance with our manner of speaking, as we ~attribute "to beget" 62 1, 41 | way of understanding and speaking: inasmuch as ~we designate 63 1, 44 | Philosopher (Phys. i, text 62), is speaking of ~"becoming" in particular - 64 1, 44 | substantial. But here we are speaking of things according to their ~ 65 1, 45 | Therefore creation properly speaking does not belong to ~subsisting 66 1, 45 | composite, ~is, properly speaking, that which is created.~ 67 1, 45 | things; whereas, properly speaking, created things are subsisting 68 1, 45 | We use a similar way of speaking when we say that "the ~first 69 1, 45 | color," although, strictly speaking, the thing ~colored is what 70 1, 45 | To create is, properly speaking, to cause or produce the ~ 71 1, 45 | OBJ 2: A creature properly speaking is a thing self-subsisting; ~ 72 1, 46 | A[3]), that, absolutely speaking, ~it is not necessary that 73 1, 48 | tempted it is not, properly ~speaking, a fault; unless through 74 1, 50 | incorruptible; for ~Damascene, speaking of the angel, says (De Fide 75 1, 51 | effectively is a perfection simply speaking; ~hence it belongs to God, 76 1, 51 | 1~Reply OBJ 4: Properly speaking, the angels do not talk 77 1, 51 | 3~Reply OBJ 5: Properly speaking, the angels cannot be said 78 1, 54 | and of such is Boethius speaking there. ~But a simple form 79 1, 54 | intellect, he will then be speaking equivocally; and it is ~ 80 1, 54 | that those authorities are speaking according to the ~opinion 81 1, 56 | Reply OBJ 1: Dionysius is speaking of the knowledge of comprehension, 82 1, 57 | OBJ 1: The Philosopher is speaking of our intellect, which ~ 83 1, 58 | of the intellect. But in speaking to ~men, angels use affirmative 84 1, 59 | OBJ 1: The Philosopher is speaking of choice, as it is in man. 85 1, 59 | possessed. Universally speaking, none of these things is 86 1, 60 | own nature. But absolutely speaking, out of the natural love ~ 87 1, 61 | treat of their creation, or, speaking in a ~general way, of their 88 1, 61 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Jerome is speaking according to the teaching 89 1, 61 | what is said in Isaias, speaking in the person of the sinning 90 1, 61 | transparency. Or else he is not speaking of all ~the angels; but 91 1, 61 | Reply OBJ 3: Isaias is not speaking there of any corporeal heaven, 92 1, 62 | natural being. But here we are speaking of turning to God, so far ~ 93 1, 62 | its end cannot, properly speaking, be moved towards ~such 94 1, 63 | OBJ 1: The Philosopher is speaking with regard to men, in whom ~ 95 1, 65 | also the Apostle ~says, speaking in the same sense, "Whose 96 1, 65 | proves, ~what is, properly speaking, made, is the "composite." 97 1, 66 | a variety of figures in speaking of it, ~calling it not water 98 1, 67 | used in its proper sense in speaking of ~spiritual things?~(2) 99 1, 67 | used in its proper sense in speaking of ~spiritual things?~Aquin.: 100 1, 67 | is it possible, naturally speaking, for any two ~bodies of 101 1, 67 | belonging to local movement in ~speaking of alteration and movement 102 1, 68 | opinion, it may, strictly speaking, be granted ~that the firmament 103 1, 68 | prefaces his record by speaking of the works of God collectively, 104 1, 68 | considered that Moses was speaking to ignorant people, and 105 1, 70 | another, and so forth. Hence, speaking of such a determination 106 1, 72 | discern, and ~hence, in speaking of their production, nothing 107 1, 72 | on land are, generally ~speaking, more perfect than birds 108 1, 73 | that, Rest is, properly speaking, opposed to movement, and ~ 109 1, 73 | although ~movement, strictly speaking, is a quality of bodies, 110 1, 74 | As to certain modes of speaking which Scripture uses in 111 1, 75 | heat; for heat, strictly speaking, does not give heat. ~We 112 1, 75 | body, so that, properly ~speaking, not the soul alone, but 113 1, 76 | and ~therefore, properly speaking, we cannot say that these 114 1, 76 | OBJ 1: The Philosopher is speaking there of the motive power 115 1, 77 | we have said above when speaking of the ~angels (Q[54], A[ 116 1, 77 | Reply OBJ 1: Augustine is speaking of the mind as it knows 117 1, 77 | Augustine in that passage is speaking as inquiring, not as ~asserting. 118 1, 37 | OBJ 1: Augustine is there speaking of charity as it means the ~ 119 1, 37 | proceeding, "and speaks by ~the speaking," as by a notional act; 120 1, 39 | figurative or an ~emphatic way of speaking, so that it would really 121 1, 39 | however, is ~an inexact way of speaking, and to be avoided, for 122 1, 39 | stone," and "this ass." So, speaking in a grammatical sense, 123 1, 40 | God except in our way of speaking, as stated above ~(Q[32], 124 1, 41 | accordance with our manner of speaking, as we ~attribute "to beget" 125 1, 41 | way of understanding and speaking: inasmuch as ~we designate 126 1, 45 | Philosopher (Phys. i, text 62), is speaking of ~"becoming" in particular - 127 1, 45 | substantial. But here we are speaking of things according to their ~ 128 1, 46 | Therefore creation properly speaking does not belong to ~subsisting 129 1, 46 | composite, ~is, properly speaking, that which is created.~ 130 1, 46 | things; whereas, properly speaking, created things are subsisting 131 1, 46 | We use a similar way of speaking when we say that "the ~first 132 1, 46 | color," although, strictly speaking, the thing ~colored is what 133 1, 46 | To create is, properly speaking, to cause or produce the ~ 134 1, 46 | OBJ 2: A creature properly speaking is a thing self-subsisting; ~ 135 1, 47 | A[3]), that, absolutely speaking, ~it is not necessary that 136 1, 49 | tempted it is not, properly ~speaking, a fault; unless through 137 1, 51 | incorruptible; for ~Damascene, speaking of the angel, says (De Fide 138 1, 52 | effectively is a perfection simply speaking; ~hence it belongs to God, 139 1, 52 | 1~Reply OBJ 4: Properly speaking, the angels do not talk 140 1, 52 | 3~Reply OBJ 5: Properly speaking, the angels cannot be said 141 1, 55 | and of such is Boethius speaking there. ~But a simple form 142 1, 55 | intellect, he will then be speaking equivocally; and it is ~ 143 1, 55 | that those authorities are speaking according to the ~opinion 144 1, 57 | Reply OBJ 1: Dionysius is speaking of the knowledge of comprehension, 145 1, 58 | OBJ 1: The Philosopher is speaking of our intellect, which ~ 146 1, 59 | of the intellect. But in speaking to ~men, angels use affirmative 147 1, 60 | OBJ 1: The Philosopher is speaking of choice, as it is in man. 148 1, 60 | possessed. Universally speaking, none of these things is 149 1, 61 | own nature. But absolutely speaking, out of the natural love ~ 150 1, 62 | treat of their creation, or, speaking in a ~general way, of their 151 1, 62 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Jerome is speaking according to the teaching 152 1, 62 | what is said in Isaias, speaking in the person of the sinning 153 1, 62 | transparency. Or else he is not speaking of all ~the angels; but 154 1, 62 | Reply OBJ 3: Isaias is not speaking there of any corporeal heaven, 155 1, 63 | natural being. But here we are speaking of turning to God, so far ~ 156 1, 63 | its end cannot, properly speaking, be moved towards ~such 157 1, 64 | OBJ 1: The Philosopher is speaking with regard to men, in whom ~ 158 1, 66 | also the Apostle ~says, speaking in the same sense, "Whose 159 1, 66 | proves, ~what is, properly speaking, made, is the "composite." 160 1, 67 | a variety of figures in speaking of it, ~calling it not water 161 1, 68 | used in its proper sense in speaking of ~spiritual things?~(2) 162 1, 68 | used in its proper sense in speaking of ~spiritual things?~Aquin.: 163 1, 68 | is it possible, naturally speaking, for any two ~bodies of 164 1, 68 | belonging to local movement in ~speaking of alteration and movement 165 1, 69 | opinion, it may, strictly speaking, be granted ~that the firmament 166 1, 69 | prefaces his record by speaking of the works of God collectively, 167 1, 69 | considered that Moses was speaking to ignorant people, and 168 1, 71 | another, and so forth. Hence, speaking of such a determination 169 1, 71 | discern, and ~hence, in speaking of their production, nothing 170 1, 71 | on land are, generally ~speaking, more perfect than birds 171 1, 72 | that, Rest is, properly speaking, opposed to movement, and ~ 172 1, 72 | although ~movement, strictly speaking, is a quality of bodies, 173 1, 73 | As to certain modes of speaking which Scripture uses in 174 1, 74 | heat; for heat, strictly speaking, does not give heat. ~We 175 1, 74 | body, so that, properly ~speaking, not the soul alone, but 176 1, 75 | and ~therefore, properly speaking, we cannot say that these 177 1, 75 | OBJ 1: The Philosopher is speaking there of the motive power 178 1, 76 | we have said above when speaking of the ~angels (Q[54], A[ 179 1, 76 | Reply OBJ 1: Augustine is speaking of the mind as it knows 180 1, 76 | Augustine in that passage is speaking as inquiring, not as ~asserting. 181 1, 78 | I answer that, Properly speaking, conscience is not a power, 182 1, 78 | which in ~the common way of speaking are attributed to conscience. 183 1, 78 | do. Wherefore, properly speaking, conscience denominates 184 1, 82 | in the common manner of ~speaking we call free-will, that 185 1, 82 | But to "reason," properly speaking, is to come ~from one thing 186 1, 82 | another: wherefore, properly speaking, ~we reason about conclusions, 187 1, 82 | else: wherefore, properly speaking, it regards the ~means to 188 1, 83 | Augustine in that passage is speaking of an imaginary ~vision, 189 1, 83 | contrary, The Philosopher, speaking of the intellect, says ( 190 1, 84 | thing; ~and hence, properly speaking, the intellect is not at 191 1, 85 | 86] A[4] Body Para. 2/2~Speaking, however, of the knowledge 192 1, 88 | OBJ 1: The Apostle is not speaking of knowledge as a habit, 193 1, 89 | which differs, properly speaking, differs in ~something; 194 1, 89 | forms. Therefore, properly ~speaking, it does not belong to any 195 1, 90 | Scripture uses a special way of speaking, to ~show that other things 196 1, 92 | creatures ~alone, properly speaking, are made to God's image.~ 197 1, 92 | must grant that, absolutely speaking, ~the angels are more to 198 1, 93 | frightened at the serpent speaking, because she thought that 199 1, 98 | Reply OBJ 1: Augustine is speaking of the weakness which we 200 1, 102 | OBJ 2: The Philosopher is speaking of the ends of various arts; ~ 201 1, 104 | alone, are not, properly speaking, miracles, because they 202 1, 104 | contrary, The Lord says, speaking of miraculous works (Jn. ~ 203 1, 106 | OBJ 2: The angels are ever speaking to God in the sense of ~ 204 1, 107 | that order; but absolutely ~speaking they are not equal. Hence 205 1, 108 | no enlightenment properly speaking among the ~demons. For, 206 1, 108 | enlightenment properly ~speaking is the manifestation of 207 1, 109 | what is made, properly speaking, is the "composite": ~for 208 1, 109 | composite": ~for this properly speaking, is, as it were, what subsists. 209 1, 109 | neither is a form, properly speaking, ~made; for that is made 210 1, 109 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Properly speaking, as said above, miracles 211 1, 111 | superior to them, ~absolutely speaking, but because, since every 212 1, 112 | justice. Therefore simply speaking, nothing occurs ~in the 213 1, 112 | circumstances; although universally speaking, such a thing would not 214 1, 112 | universally and absolutely speaking the angels do not will sin 215 1, 112 | signifies that universally speaking the ~angels will the salvation 216 1, 113 | that, To tempt is, properly speaking, to make trial of ~something. 217 1, 114 | words of Augustine when speaking of these seminal ~virtues, 218 1, 114 | virtues," but not, strictly speaking, "seminal virtues," ~because 219 1, 115 | accidental, is properly speaking neither a being, nor a unity. 220 1, 116 | which mystery the Apostle is speaking in the passage quoted.~Aquin.: 221 1, 118 | human nature, properly speaking. However, this also is inadmissible. ~ 222 2, 1 | man," ~moral acts properly speaking receive their species from 223 2, 1 | answer that, Absolutely speaking, it is not possible to proceed ~ 224 2, 1 | De Civ. Dei xix, 1): "In speaking of ~the end of good we mean 225 2, 4 | A[6] Body Para. 2/3~But speaking of perfect Happiness, some 226 2, 5 | Reply OBJ 3: The Apostle is speaking of the Happiness of Hope, 227 2, 6 | voluntariness. And yet properly ~speaking it would not result in the 228 2, 7 | never qualified, formally speaking, by that which is outside 229 2, 8 | this sense that we are now ~speaking of the will. On the other 230 2, 8 | its act, then, properly ~speaking, volition is of the end 231 2, 8 | Wherefore volition, properly speaking, is of the end itself. On 232 2, 8 | OBJ 1: The Philosopher is speaking of the will in reference 233 2, 10 | things intelligible: and, speaking generally, it is all ~those 234 2, 11 | Reply OBJ 1: Augustine is speaking there of perfect enjoyment.~ 235 2, 11 | Reply OBJ 4: Augustine is speaking there of imperfect enjoyment. 236 2, 11 | is ~clear from his way of speaking: for he says that "it is 237 2, 11 | Therefore enjoyment, properly speaking, is only of the end possessed.~ 238 2, 11 | is not enjoyment properly speaking, as falling short of the ~ 239 2, 11 | is ~enjoyment properly speaking, but imperfect, on account 240 2, 12 | that intention, properly speaking, is an act of the will.~ 241 2, 12 | Reply OBJ 1: Augustine is speaking of seeing the window and 242 2, 13 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: In speaking "of ignorance of choice," 243 2, 14 | counsel is concerned, properly speaking, with contingent ~singulars. 244 2, 14 | Consequently, properly speaking, counsel is about things 245 2, 15 | Reply OBJ 2: Sense, properly speaking, belongs to the apprehensive ~ 246 2, 15 | that, Consent, properly speaking, is not in irrational animals. ~ 247 2, 15 | provided that, properly speaking, it follow from that only. 248 2, 15 | decision is consent, properly speaking. Consequently, since counsel 249 2, 15 | means, consent, properly speaking, is of nothing else but ~ 250 2, 16 | evident that ~use is, properly speaking, an act of the will.~Aquin.: 251 2, 16 | Reply OBJ 2: Damascene is speaking of use in so far as it belongs 252 2, 16 | operations. Wherefore, properly speaking, they do not apply their 253 2, 16 | is ~evident that, simply speaking, the last end is the thing 254 2, 16 | Therefore, simply and properly speaking, a man enjoys money, because 255 2, 16 | Reply OBJ 1: Augustine is speaking of use in general, in so 256 2, 16 | the last end; just as, speaking in a general sense, one 257 2, 17 | appetitive power is not, properly speaking, a commanding ~faculty, 258 2, 17 | and consequently, properly speaking, is ~not subject to our 259 2, 18 | commit ~adultery, is strictly speaking, more adulterer than thief."~ 260 2, 18 | such an action, properly speaking, is not moral or human; ~ 261 2, 18 | a man is evil, properly ~speaking, if he be hurtful to others. 262 2, 19 | vii, 9) ~that "properly speaking the incontinent man is one 263 2, 19 | conclude that, absolutely speaking, every will ~at variance 264 2, 19 | not so intense, materially speaking: for instance, ~when a man 265 2, 20 | and evil of which we are speaking now are ~differences of 266 2, 20 | Reply OBJ 1: Chrysostom is speaking of the case where a man' 267 2, 22 | Now sins are, properly speaking, in the soul. Therefore 268 2, 22 | the soul occurs, properly speaking, in respect of a bodily ~ 269 2, 24 | De Civ. Dei xiv, 7) while speaking of ~the passions of the 270 2, 25 | accidental mover: and here we are speaking of passions as directly ~ 271 2, 26 | Reply OBJ 1: Dionysius is speaking of love and dilection, in 272 2, 26 | For a friend is, ~properly speaking, one to whom we wish good: 273 2, 27 | that, Likeness, properly speaking, is a cause of love. But 274 2, 27 | concupiscence, the lover, properly speaking, loves himself, in willing ~ 275 2, 28 | in a good ~thing always" (speaking of himself, according to 276 2, 28 | Reply OBJ 1: The Apostle is speaking in this passage of the zeal 277 2, 28 | does not arise, ~properly speaking, in the case of those things 278 2, 28 | appetite. But here we are speaking of love in a general sense, ~ 279 2, 29 | must needs be, absolutely speaking, stronger than ~hatred. 280 2, 29 | good. Wherefore, absolutely speaking, the soul's movement in 281 2, 29 | I answer that, Properly speaking, it is impossible for a 282 2, 29 | hate himself, properly speaking.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[29] A[ 283 2, 29 | that, There are two ways of speaking of the universal: first, ~ 284 2, 30 | concupiscentia." Therefore, properly speaking, ~concupiscence is in the 285 2, 30 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Properly speaking, desire may be not only 286 2, 31 | not employ ~them save in speaking of rational beings.~Aquin.: 287 2, 31 | character of passion, properly speaking, ~when accompanied by bodily 288 2, 31 | themselves and absolutely speaking, spiritual ~pleasures are 289 2, 31 | of touch is, absolutely speaking, greater than the pleasure 290 2, 31 | that are "not natural" speaking absolutely, and yet "connatural" 291 2, 32 | things which, absolutely ~speaking, are absent: and yet those 292 2, 32 | greatest ~pleasure: and speaking generally all contests, 293 2, 34 | Supreme Good; ~whereas we are speaking of the greatest good in 294 2, 35 | Reply OBJ 1: Augustine is speaking there of the use of the 295 2, 35 | being the case ~properly speaking. The reason is because sorrow 296 2, 35 | other. Wherefore, properly ~speaking, there cannot be a sorrow 297 2, 35 | accordance with this manner of speaking, the species of sorrow are ~ 298 2, 39 | of Nyssa [*Nemesius] is speaking of sorrow on the ~part of 299 2, 39 | sorrow, of which Augustine is speaking, oversteps this rule, ~and 300 2, 40 | something good; since, properly speaking, hope regards only the good; 301 2, 40 | hope for it. But, properly speaking, he is said to await that ~ 302 2, 41 | Secondly, more properly speaking, ~passion is a movement 303 2, 42 | consequently evil of sin, properly speaking, is not an object ~of fear.~ 304 2, 42 | them to sin. But, properly speaking, a man thus disposed, fears ~ 305 2, 42 | OBJ 3: The Philosopher is speaking there of things that are 306 2, 45 | speaks of daring: but we are speaking of ~it in the first sense.~ 307 2, 45 | Although good, absolutely speaking, is prior to evil, yet ~ 308 2, 45 | conjoined evil. Hence, properly speaking, daring is not ~a part of 309 2, 46 | 4). Therefore properly ~speaking, anger is not towards those 310 2, 46 | v, 11), "metaphorically ~speaking there is a certain justice 311 2, 48 | refrain his own spirit in speaking." But anger, above all, 312 2, 49 | qualities. For quality, properly speaking, implies a ~certain mode 313 2, 49 | Phys. vii, ~text. 17), when speaking of habits of the soul and 314 2, 49 | adduces the common mode of ~speaking, according to which, when 315 2, 50 | and therefore, ~properly speaking, there can be no habits 316 2, 55 | virtue, of which we are speaking now, cannot belong to the 317 2, 56 | animals. But we are now speaking of virtue as proper to man, 318 2, 57 | Art, therefore, properly speaking, is an operative habit. 319 2, 60 | which is good absolutely speaking, and that which is good 320 2, 61 | Reply OBJ 1: Gregory is speaking of these four virtues in 321 2, 61 | sense that we have been speaking of these virtues ~until 322 2, 61 | OBJ 1: The Philosopher is speaking of these virtues according 323 2, 61 | be said that here he is speaking of passions as denoting ~ 324 2, 62 | Reply OBJ 2: Augustine is speaking of that hope whereby a man 325 2, 63 | of habits from acts; and speaking now in a special ~way of 326 2, 64 | Further, a mean is, properly speaking, between contraries, as 327 2, 65 | Reply OBJ 3: Augustine is speaking here of that hope whereby 328 2, 66 | 2]; Q[60], A[1]). Hence, speaking simply, that ~virtue is 329 2, 66 | particular. Consequently, speaking simply, the intellectual ~ 330 2, 66 | excellent habits, simply speaking.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[66] A[ 331 2, 67 | OBJ 1: The Philosopher is speaking there of these moral virtues, ~ 332 2, 67 | present. And yet, properly ~speaking, neither in the lost is 333 2, 67 | be fear in them; except ~speaking in a general way, in so 334 2, 67 | but not hope, properly speaking; neither as a ~theological 335 2, 67 | has money is not, properly speaking, said to hope for what ~ 336 2, 67 | soul ~are not, properly speaking, said to hope for the glory 337 2, 68 | the contrary, Our Lord in speaking of the Holy Ghost said to 338 2, 68 | to ~temperance, properly speaking, to restrain man from evil 339 2, 68 | sons of Job, of whom he is ~speaking, denote the gifts of the 340 2, 68 | Reply OBJ 2: Augustine is speaking there of knowledge, while 341 2, 68 | Reply OBJ 1: Gregory is speaking there of the gifts according 342 2, 68 | De Trin. xv, 18) while speaking of charity: "No gift ~of 343 2, 69 | Holy Writ are not agreed in speaking of ~these rewards. For some, 344 2, 71 | ordained: since, properly speaking, sin denotes an inordinate ~ 345 2, 71 | vicious qualities," for in speaking of the body "he calls it" 346 2, 71 | order of reason is, properly speaking, contrary to the nature 347 2, 71 | OBJ 2: The Philosopher is speaking there of a thing being against ~ 348 2, 72 | word, which is, ~generally speaking, venial, may even be a mortal 349 2, 72 | that although, properly speaking, negation is ~not in a species, 350 2, 73 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: James is speaking of sin, not as regards the 351 2, 73 | the Philosopher says in speaking of habits of virtue ~(Ethic. 352 2, 73 | the life of grace. Now, speaking ~absolutely, a man who leads 353 2, 73 | fornication, absolutely speaking, is a more grievous sin 354 2, 74 | because St. ~Thomas was speaking of the Divine 'idea' as 355 2, 77 | concupiscence, of ~which he had been speaking previously. Since then concupiscence 356 2, 83 | qu. ~66], the Apostle is speaking, in that passage, of man 357 2, 84 | it is evident that he ~is speaking of covetousness as denoting 358 2, 84 | it is evident that he is speaking of pride as denoting ~inordinate 359 2, 84 | Now ~the head, properly speaking, is that part of an animal' 360 2, 84 | Hence, metaphorically ~speaking, every principle is called 361 2, 84 | this sense that we are now speaking of capital ~sins, but in 362 2, 85 | Reply OBJ 1: Dionysius is speaking of the first-mentioned good 363 2, 85 | 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Speaking in a general way, every 364 2, 87 | punishment, absolutely speaking, is against the will, nevertheless 365 2, 87 | as we have explained when speaking of the voluntary and the ~ 366 2, 87 | not punishments properly speaking, they ~are not referred 367 2, 88 | happiness, ~which, properly speaking, is to use, according to 368 2, 89 | comeliness. Therefore, ~properly speaking, venial sin does not cause 369 2, 89 | Reply OBJ 1: Augustine is speaking of the case in which many 370 2, 89 | to the flesh": and he is speaking there of the concupiscence 371 2, 89 | Reply OBJ 1: The Apostle is speaking of the condemnation due 372 2, 90 | answer that, A law, properly speaking, regards first and foremost 373 2, 92 | is ~not a law, absolutely speaking, but rather a perversion 374 2, 93 | Reply OBJ 1: Augustine is speaking in that passage of the ideal 375 2, 93 | someone: wherefore, properly speaking, none imposes a law on his 376 2, 95 | OBJ 1: The Philosopher is speaking of those enactments which 377 2, 96 | coercive power; since, properly speaking, no man is coerced by ~himself, 378 2, 97 | Dispensation, properly speaking, denotes a measuring out ~ 379 2, 98 | Lord said (Mt. 15:6) while speaking to the Jews, to ~whom the 380 2, 98 | the ~effectual power of speaking." Hence also it is that 381 2, 98 | thought that Moses was speaking with God mouth to mouth, 382 2, 100 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Generally speaking, men direct their actions 383 2, 100 | The Philosopher is not speaking of the natural law which ~ 384 2, 100 | be preserved." But he is speaking in reference to ~certain 385 2, 100 | charity consists properly speaking in doing ~all things for 386 2, 100 | justice, of which we are ~speaking now, and in this respect 387 2, 101 | Reply OBJ 3: Augustine is speaking there of internal worship; 388 2, 102 | As we have stated when speaking of human laws (Q[96], AA[ 389 2, 102 | sacraments are, ~properly speaking, things applied to the worshippers 390 2, 102 | circumcision of which we have been ~speaking.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[102] A[ 391 2, 102 | sensualized by pleasure. Speaking generally, the uncleanness 392 2, 102 | was in some way infected. Speaking then of the first-mentioned ~ 393 2, 105 | to be citizens absolutely speaking.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[105] A[ 394 2, 105 | it ~were just absolutely speaking, but on account of the Jews' 395 2, 106 | 2, ~seqq.) where, after speaking of "the Law of the Spirit 396 2, 106 | Jerusalem, of which He was speaking literally. ~Secondly, the 397 2, 110 | belong to what is, properly ~speaking, no accident comes into 398 2, 111 | operation of healing, and speaking divers tongues ~are miracles. 399 2, 111 | 4~But the capability of speaking can regard either the idiom 400 2, 111 | the sequel proves he is speaking of charity, which pertains 401 2, 112 | Reply OBJ 1: This gloss is speaking of such as fly to God by 402 2, 112 | free-will before ~grace, it is speaking in the sense that man's 403 2, 112 | made thee know." Now He is ~speaking there of chaste fear, which 404 2, 112 | OBJ 4: The Apostle is here speaking of the gifts of glory, which ~ 405 2, 112 | it may be said that he is speaking of the privileged ~knowledge, 406 2, 113 | justice metaphorically speaking" ~(Ethic. v, 11). Now this 407 2, 113 | And it is thus we are now speaking of the justification of 408 2, 113 | the world, and, ~generally speaking, every work that can be 409 2, 114 | Reply OBJ 1: The Apostle is speaking of the substance of these ~ 410 2, 114 | good works, or materially speaking, ~inasmuch as by these good 411 2, 1 | the faith of which we are ~speaking, does not assent to anything, 412 2, 1 | that ~its object, properly speaking, is God, as we shall show 413 2, 1 | evident from ~the manner of speaking about them. Now the act 414 2, 1 | Further, the Apostle, while speaking of the knowledge of faith, ~ 415 2, 1 | appears from his way of speaking. But since it contained 416 2, 2 | way thought is, properly speaking, the movement of the mind 417 2, 2 | obedience is seated, properly speaking, in ~the will; hence promptness 418 2, 4 | made evident when we were speaking of happiness (FS, Q[3], 419 2, 4 | the faith of which we are speaking is based ~on the Divine 420 2, 5 | hearing anything from ~man speaking outwardly, but there was 421 2, 5 | God, Who lieth not, was speaking, although the ~thing itself 422 2, 9 | Reply OBJ 1: Augustine is speaking of the gift of knowledge, 423 2, 10 | character of punishment. Hence, speaking absolutely, the unbelief 424 2, 10 | and it is clear that he is speaking of unbelievers, since he 425 2, 10 | can., Qui sincera] says, speaking of the Jews: "They should 426 2, 11 | 2 ~I answer that, We are speaking of heresy now as denoting 427 2, 11 | Reply OBJ 2: Our Lord was speaking to Peter of sins committed 428 2, 12 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Properly speaking, the sin of blasphemy is 429 2, 12 | God's honor, ~absolutely speaking, he sins more grievously 430 2, 13 | nature. Now the Jews began by speaking ~blasphemy against the Son 431 2, 13 | but this is not, properly speaking, to sin ~against the Holy 432 2, 13 | sin. ~This is, properly speaking, to sin against the Holy 433 2, 14 | Gregory (Moral. xxxi, 45) in speaking of dulness ~describes it 434 2, 16 | whereas charity, properly ~speaking, makes us tend to God, by 435 2, 16 | answer that, Absolutely speaking, faith precedes hope. For 436 2, 16 | Reply OBJ 3: The Master is speaking of living hope, which is 437 2, 17 | the hope of which we are speaking.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[18] A[ 438 2, 18 | relatively, and, absolutely speaking, is a good. Because, ~since 439 2, 18 | particular good, yet absolutely speaking, it is a good, ~in so far 440 2, 18 | 2~I answer that, We are speaking of fear now, in so far as 441 2, 18 | worldly love is, properly speaking, the ~love whereby a man 442 2, 18 | Reply OBJ 1: Augustine is speaking of fear considered as servile: 443 2, 19 | us. ~Wherefore strictly speaking it is more grievous sin 444 2, 20 | Just as hope is misused in speaking of evils, and properly ~ 445 2, 20 | and properly ~applied in speaking of good, so is presumption: 446 2, 22 | charity. For this manner of speaking is common among the ~Platonists, 447 2, 23 | Reply OBJ 1: Dionysius is speaking of the love of God, which 448 2, 23 | OBJ 2: Further, Augustine, speaking to God, says (Confess. x) " 449 2, 24 | things, while, properly speaking, we cannot wish good things 450 2, 24 | not competent, properly speaking, to ~possess good, this 451 2, 24 | impossible, except metaphorically speaking. The third reason ~is proper 452 2, 24 | must hold that, ~properly speaking, a man is not a friend to 453 2, 25 | OBJ 1: The Philosopher is speaking of friendly relations towards ~ 454 2, 25 | Reply OBJ 2: Ambrose is speaking of love with regard to favors ~ 455 2, 25 | Body Para. 2/2~Strictly speaking, however, the father should 456 2, 25 | Consequently, strictly speaking, the father is to ~be loved 457 2, 25 | while the friendship we are speaking of here, is that ~which 458 2, 26 | that, Goodwill properly speaking is that act of the will ~ 459 2, 28 | ordered concord." ~Now we are speaking here of no other peace than 460 2, 28 | 2~For concord, properly speaking, is between one man and 461 2, 28 | Reply OBJ 1: Augustine is speaking there of that peace which 462 2, 28 | would seem that, properly speaking, evil is not the motive 463 2, 28 | Therefore ~evil, properly speaking, is not an incentive to 464 2, 28 | it is ~directed, properly speaking, towards another, and not 465 2, 28 | Accordingly just as, properly speaking, a man does not pity himself, 466 2, 28 | OBJ 2: The Philosopher is speaking there of pity and nemesis, ~ 467 2, 28 | Rhet. ii, 9). Properly speaking, however, it is envy which 468 2, 29 | Reply OBJ 1: Absolutely speaking it is impossible to do good 469 2, 29 | to the matter in which, ~speaking simply, he is most closely 470 2, 30 | almsgiving is, properly speaking, an act of mercy. ~This 471 2, 30 | who has an opportunity of speaking with the ~wealthy, fear 472 2, 30 | him. Or he may have been speaking in ~reference to a case 473 2, 30 | sense that Augustine is speaking.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[32] A[ 474 2, 30 | man does not, ~properly speaking, pity himself, but only 475 2, 30 | 1],2), so too, properly speaking, no man gives ~himself an 476 2, 31 | etc. (Mt. 7:3): "He is speaking of those who, while they 477 2, 33 | consent of reason: for we are speaking now of human sins ~consisting 478 2, 34 | not: and this, properly speaking, ~is zeal, as the Philosopher 479 2, 34 | ours; this is envy properly speaking, and is ~always sinful, 480 2, 36 | contention of which we are speaking puts on a loud ~voice, for 481 2, 37 | of schism is, ~properly speaking, a special sin, for the 482 2, 39 | 2). ~Therefore, properly speaking, strife arises from anger.~ 483 2, 40 | in that war is, properly speaking, ~carried on against external 484 2, 41 | such ~an act does, properly speaking, afford an occasion of another' 485 2, 41 | sense that Augustine is speaking, when, to wit, the excommunication ~ 486 2, 43 | Reply OBJ 1: Augustine is speaking of wisdom as to its cause, 487 2, 43 | De Trin. xv, 18) while speaking of ~charity: "Nothing surpasses 488 2, 43 | the wisdom of which we are speaking ~presupposes charity. Now 489 2, 43 | wisdom of which ~we are speaking cannot be together with 490 2, 43 | The wisdom of which we are speaking, as stated above ~(A[4]), 491 2, 45 | that prudence, properly speaking, is in the reason.~Aquin.: 492 2, 45 | OBJ 1: The Philosopher is speaking there of moral virtue. Now 493 2, 45 | OBJ 1: The Philosopher is speaking there of things relating 494 2, 48 | prudence of which we are ~speaking, as mastercraft to handicraft.~ 495 2, 51 | as a contrary. Properly speaking it is not taken as ~a negation, 496 2, 51 | taken away, wherein properly speaking ~the sin of imprudence consists.~ 497 2, 51 | meant by rashness properly speaking, ~wherefore it appears to 498 2, 52 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Properly speaking the matter of negligence 499 2, 53 | Reply OBJ 1: The Apostle is speaking of that carnal prudence 500 2, 53 | mutual ~resemblance. Properly speaking, however, craftiness is


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