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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | other sciences either are evident and ~cannot be proved, or 2 1, 2 | motion. It is ~certain, and evident to our senses, that in the 3 1, 2 | for an end, ~and this is evident from their acting always, 4 1, 3 | be put in motion, as is evident from induction. Now it has 5 1, 3 | of its parts. And this is evident in a whole ~made up of dissimilar 6 1, 9 | potentiality. Hence it is evident that ~it is impossible for 7 1, 12 | but see it." Hence it is evident how the glorified ~eyes 8 1, 12 | by such a form. Now it is evident ~that the Divine essence 9 1, 13 | similitude of things, it is evident ~that words relate to the 10 1, 13 | of ~the name. Hence it is evident that this term "wise" is 11 1, 13 | something else. Hence it is evident that a Catholic ~saying 12 1, 16 | itself more ~so," as is evident from the Philosopher (Poster. 13 1, 16 | Truth makes being clear and evident" and ~this pertains to truth 14 1, 16 | is logically prior, as is evident from Phys. i. But the ~good 15 1, 16 | desirable. Secondly, it is evident from the fact ~that knowledge 16 1, 22 | individual selves. This is mad ~evident thus. For since every agent 17 1, 24 | them; but when it becomes evident, either in ~this world or 18 1, 32 | such reasons. This ~becomes evident when we consider each point; 19 1, 37 | every creature. Thus ~it is evident that relation to the creature 20 1, 41 | of relations. Thus it is ~evident that they are really the 21 1, 41 | the maker, whereto, as ~is evident, the name of filiation would 22 1, 42 | Q[33], AA[2]~,3), it is evident that in God there exist 23 1, 45 | thing unlike to them; as is evident in animals ~generated through 24 1, 46 | A[2], as 2). Hence it is evident ~that this reason, which 25 1, 50 | potentiality. And this can be made evident if ~we consider the nature 26 1, 50 | is it multiplied, as is evident in numbers. But among other 27 1, 51 | from ~the mouth. But it is evident from many passages of Sacred 28 1, 52 | contained ~by such place, as is evident from the Philosopher (Phys. 29 1, 52 | places at ~one time, as is evident from the angel destroying 30 1, 52 | Para. 4/5~So, then, it is evident that to be in a place appertains 31 1, 52 | the same thing. This is evident in every class of ~causes: 32 1, 53 | through the middle: which ~is evident thus. Between the two extreme 33 1, 53 | indivisible. This is clearly evident with regard to places which 34 1, 53 | ceases. This again is made evident from sensible experience. 35 1, 53 | which it travels; it is evident that the first place from 36 1, 53 | continuity of the movement, as is evident from ~the foregoing.~Aquin.: 37 1, 53 | it had before. So it ~is evident that to rest during the 38 1, 54 | is its own ~action; as is evident from Aristotle (De Anima 39 1, 54 | belongs to God only, as is evident from what was said above ~( 40 1, 54 | truth and being. Thus it ~is evident, that, although the form 41 1, 54 | its essence: which is made evident thus. ~Since every power 42 1, 54 | potentiality is to act, as is evident from what has been already 43 1, 55 | Body Para. 2/2~The same is evident from the manner of existence 44 1, 56 | 1/2~I answer that, As is evident from what has been previously 45 1, 56 | reception. ~From this it is evident that it is not of the nature 46 1, 57 | intellectual power, as is evident from ~what was said above ( 47 1, 57 | dead, "one ~shall be as evident to another as he is to himself, 48 1, 57 | to God ~alone. Now it is evident that it depends entirely 49 1, 57 | teaching them directly": as is evident in Is. ~63:1, where, on 50 1, 58 | comparison. ~From this it is evident that many things, in so 51 1, 58 | by diverse species, as is evident from what was said (A[2]). ~ 52 1, 58 | the essence. Thus it is evident that for the self-same ~ 53 1, 58 | regarding it. ~Now it is quite evident that the quiddity of a thing 54 1, 58 | sides of the ~question are evident. For the perversity of the 55 1, 58 | supernaturally. It is, ~furthermore, evident that their understanding 56 1, 58 | referred to the other; as is evident when the will ~at the same 57 1, 59 | under the appetite, as is evident ~from the Philosopher (De 58 1, 59 | Para. 2/2~Now it is quite evident from what has been said ( 59 1, 60 | Para. 2/4~This is clearly evident in man, with respect to 60 1, 60 | Body Para. 2/3~Now it is evident that what is generically 61 1, 62 | and the rest. Now it is evident that ~sanctifying grace 62 1, 62 | another's bestowing. Now it is evident from what has ~gone before ( 63 1, 62 | to the Third Objection is evident from what we have said.~ 64 1, 62 | 2~Secondly, the same is evident on the part of the angel. 65 1, 62 | to conclusions. Now it is evident that it belongs to ~the 66 1, 62 | is repugnant. Now it is evident, since the rational creature 67 1, 62 | belongs to God only; as is evident from what was said above ~( 68 1, 63 | to the demons. So it is evident that pride ~and envy are 69 1, 63 | exist. Now it is quite ~evident that God surpasses the angels, 70 1, 63 | that highest one; as is evident from our Lord's words: " 71 1, 63 | work of time. And it is evident that even ~man begins to 72 1, 63 | is said; as is especially evident with regard to primary concepts, ~" 73 1, 63 | earthly affairs, it is ~evident that some of every order 74 1, 64 | to what is not. Now it is evident that the ~demons would wish 75 1, 66 | of these would not ~be so evident as that of earth and water, 76 1, 67 | cannot be a body, for three evident reasons. First, ~on the 77 1, 68 | midst of a river. But it is evident that the ~waters below do 78 1, 68 | corporeal, whereas it is not evident to ~all that air also is 79 1, 68 | of water, and ~thus it is evident that waters are found on 80 1, 70 | certain things is made most evident by their local ~movement, 81 1, 71 | in themselves, it will be evident that the ~earthly element 82 1, 74 | distinction of things not evident to the senses of mankind. 83 1, 76 | 3~In order to make this evident, we must consider that the 84 1, 77 | the soul. To ~make this evident, we observe that, as the 85 1, 37 | every creature. Thus ~it is evident that relation to the creature 86 1, 41 | of relations. Thus it is ~evident that they are really the 87 1, 41 | the maker, whereto, as ~is evident, the name of filiation would 88 1, 42 | Q[33], AA[2]~,3), it is evident that in God there exist 89 1, 46 | thing unlike to them; as is evident in animals ~generated through 90 1, 47 | A[2], as 2). Hence it is evident ~that this reason, which 91 1, 51 | potentiality. And this can be made evident if ~we consider the nature 92 1, 51 | is it multiplied, as is evident in numbers. But among other 93 1, 52 | from ~the mouth. But it is evident from many passages of Sacred 94 1, 53 | contained ~by such place, as is evident from the Philosopher (Phys. 95 1, 53 | places at ~one time, as is evident from the angel destroying 96 1, 53 | Para. 4/5~So, then, it is evident that to be in a place appertains 97 1, 53 | the same thing. This is evident in every class of ~causes: 98 1, 54 | through the middle: which ~is evident thus. Between the two extreme 99 1, 54 | indivisible. This is clearly evident with regard to places which 100 1, 54 | ceases. This again is made evident from sensible experience. 101 1, 54 | which it travels; it is evident that the first place from 102 1, 54 | continuity of the movement, as is evident from ~the foregoing.~Aquin.: 103 1, 54 | it had before. So it ~is evident that to rest during the 104 1, 55 | is its own ~action; as is evident from Aristotle (De Anima 105 1, 55 | belongs to God only, as is evident from what was said above ~( 106 1, 55 | truth and being. Thus it ~is evident, that, although the form 107 1, 55 | its essence: which is made evident thus. ~Since every power 108 1, 55 | potentiality is to act, as is evident from what has been already 109 1, 56 | Body Para. 2/2~The same is evident from the manner of existence 110 1, 57 | 1/2~I answer that, As is evident from what has been previously 111 1, 57 | reception. ~From this it is evident that it is not of the nature 112 1, 58 | intellectual power, as is evident from ~what was said above ( 113 1, 58 | dead, "one ~shall be as evident to another as he is to himself, 114 1, 58 | to God ~alone. Now it is evident that it depends entirely 115 1, 58 | teaching them directly": as is evident in Is. ~63:1, where, on 116 1, 59 | comparison. ~From this it is evident that many things, in so 117 1, 59 | by diverse species, as is evident from what was said (A[2]). ~ 118 1, 59 | the essence. Thus it is evident that for the self-same ~ 119 1, 59 | regarding it. ~Now it is quite evident that the quiddity of a thing 120 1, 59 | sides of the ~question are evident. For the perversity of the 121 1, 59 | supernaturally. It is, ~furthermore, evident that their understanding 122 1, 59 | referred to the other; as is evident when the will ~at the same 123 1, 60 | under the appetite, as is evident ~from the Philosopher (De 124 1, 60 | Para. 2/2~Now it is quite evident from what has been said ( 125 1, 61 | Para. 2/4~This is clearly evident in man, with respect to 126 1, 61 | Body Para. 2/3~Now it is evident that what is generically 127 1, 63 | and the rest. Now it is evident that ~sanctifying grace 128 1, 63 | another's bestowing. Now it is evident from what has ~gone before ( 129 1, 63 | to the Third Objection is evident from what we have said.~~ 130 1, 63 | 2~Secondly, the same is evident on the part of the angel. 131 1, 63 | to conclusions. Now it is evident that it belongs to ~the 132 1, 63 | is repugnant. Now it is evident, since the rational creature 133 1, 63 | belongs to God only; as is evident from what was said above ~( 134 1, 64 | to the demons. So it is evident that pride ~and envy are 135 1, 64 | exist. Now it is quite ~evident that God surpasses the angels, 136 1, 64 | that highest one; as is evident from our Lord's words: " 137 1, 64 | work of time. And it is evident that even ~man begins to 138 1, 64 | is said; as is especially evident with regard to primary concepts, ~" 139 1, 64 | earthly affairs, it is ~evident that some of every order 140 1, 65 | to what is not. Now it is evident that the ~demons would wish 141 1, 67 | of these would not ~be so evident as that of earth and water, 142 1, 68 | cannot be a body, for three evident reasons. First, ~on the 143 1, 69 | midst of a river. But it is evident that the ~waters below do 144 1, 69 | corporeal, whereas it is not evident to ~all that air also is 145 1, 69 | of water, and ~thus it is evident that waters are found on 146 1, 71 | certain things is made most evident by their local ~movement, 147 1, 71 | in themselves, it will be evident that the ~earthly element 148 1, 73 | distinction of things not evident to the senses of mankind. 149 1, 75 | 3~In order to make this evident, we must consider that the 150 1, 76 | the soul. To ~make this evident, we observe that, as the 151 1, 77 | universal. Wherefore it is ~evident that the latter two genera 152 1, 77 | their distinction is not ~evident. But taste, which perceives 153 1, 78 | understand actually. And so it is evident that with us to ~understand 154 1, 78 | soul. In order to make this evident, we must observe ~that above 155 1, 78 | power, but an act. ~This is evident both from the very name 156 1, 79 | the ~soul. To make this evident, we must observe that some 157 1, 81 | desires. In order to make this evident we must observe that as 158 1, 82 | In ~order to make this evident, we must observe that some 159 1, 82 | the end. Wherefore it is evident that as the intellect is 160 1, 84 | and ~elements." Now it is evident that to know an object that 161 1, 84 | difference." Thus it is ~evident that indistinct knowledge 162 1, 84 | same. The reason of this is evident; for ~every faculty, as 163 1, 88 | is ~corrupted. Now it is evident that human knowledge is 164 1, 102 | against each other; as is evident in the case of contraries. 165 1, 107 | supreme among creatures, it is evident that they are ~ordered for 166 1, 107 | administrators. Now it is evident that men do not receive 167 1, 107 | replies to the objections are evident.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[108] A[ 168 1, 112 | regard to man. Now it is evident ~that neither man, nor anything 169 1, 113 | compacts; the latter by the evident assistance ~and command 170 2, 1 | for the last end. This is evident for two reasons. First, ~ 171 2, 1 | Body Para. 3/3~Hence it is evident how the objections are solved: 172 2, 2 | Body Para. 2/3~Now it is evident that man's happiness cannot 173 2, 2 | fortune. Therefore it ~is evident that happiness nowise consists 174 2, 2 | own counsel." Now it ~is evident that man is ordained to 175 2, 2 | any creature; then it is evident that being itself together 176 2, 2 | apparent. ~Therefore it is evident that neither is delight, 177 2, 2 | singulars. ~Consequently it is evident that good which is fitting 178 2, 2 | loved above all: which is evident from ~the fact that for 179 2, 2 | universal ~true. Hence it is evident that naught can lull man' 180 2, 3 | man's last act. But it is evident that ~operation is the last 181 2, 3 | Objections 5 and 6 are evident.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[3] A[3] 182 2, 3 | act of the will. For it is evident from what has been ~said ( 183 2, 3 | resting therein. Now it ~is evident that the desire itself of 184 2, 3 | practical intellect. This is evident for three ~reasons. First 185 2, 3 | Para. 2/4~Secondly, it is evident from the fact that contemplation 186 2, 3 | end. Consequently it is evident that the ~last end cannot 187 2, 3 | 3/4~Thirdly, it is again evident, from the fact that in the 188 2, 3 | something ~higher. Now it is evident that the form of a stone 189 2, 3 | by its essence. Now it is evident that whatever is the ~perfection 190 2, 4 | good. Consequently it is evident that the operation ~in which 191 2, 4 | will right. Wherefore it is evident that ~Happiness cannot be 192 2, 4 | vision of God. Now it ~is evident that the body is necessary 193 2, 4 | the Lord." Whence it is evident that the souls of the ~saints, 194 2, 4 | Q[84], A[7]. Now it ~is evident that the Divine Essence 195 2, 4 | acquire in ~this life, it is evident that a well-disposed body 196 2, 5 | 12], A[11]. Hence it is evident that none can ~attain true 197 2, 5 | 5~Secondly, it is again evident if we consider the specific 198 2, 5 | tediousness." It is thus evident that the ~happy man cannot 199 2, 5 | to the ~last end. This is evident from the fact that man is 200 2, 5 | what Happiness is. This is ~evident from the fact that, as Augustine 201 2, 8 | willed for the end, it is evident that the will can be ~moved 202 2, 8 | the means. Hence it is ~evident that the will is moved by 203 2, 9 | universal true. It is therefore ~evident that the same is not mover 204 2, 9 | Body Para. 2/2~Now it is evident that according to a passion 205 2, 9 | intelligible. But it is evident that the ~intellect, through 206 2, 9 | moved by the object, it is evident ~that it can be moved by 207 2, 9 | moved by a mover. Now it is ~evident that the will begins to 208 2, 9 | 1/3~I answer that, It is evident that the will can be moved 209 2, 9 | and immaterial. But it is evident ~that no body can act on 210 2, 9 | other than God. And this is ~evident for two reasons. First, 211 2, 9 | A[2]. Secondly, it is evident from the fact that the ~ 212 2, 10 | natural principle. This is evident in regard to the ~intellect: 213 2, 10 | choice alone; as is most evident in those cases ~wherein 214 2, 11 | appetitive power. Wherefore it is evident that fruition is the act ~ 215 2, 11 | in the Lord." ~But it is evident that Paul had not placed 216 2, 12 | A[1]). Wherefore it is ~evident that intention, properly 217 2, 12 | ordained to one another, it is evident, from what has been said, 218 2, 12 | at the same time. This is evident ~from the fact that a man 219 2, 13 | act ~of charity. Now it is evident that, in a sense, reason 220 2, 13 | reason which moves them is evident, although the ~things themselves 221 2, 13 | Para. 3/3~Again, this is evident if we examine the previous 222 2, 14 | either power. Now it is ~evident that the act of the reason 223 2, 14 | judgment or decision is evident without ~inquiry, there 224 2, 14 | OBJ 2: In matters that are evident, the reason makes no inquiry, ~ 225 2, 15 | not been given. Now it is evident that it belongs to the higher ~ 226 2, 16 | stick, to strike. But it is evident that we do not apply external ~ 227 2, 16 | to operation. Hence it is evident that first ~and principally 228 2, 16 | to his tools. Hence it is evident that ~use is, properly speaking, 229 2, 16 | possession of it); it is ~evident that, simply speaking, the 230 2, 16 | willed. Wherefore it is evident that use follows choice; 231 2, 17 | time. ~Consequently it is evident that command precedes use.~ 232 2, 17 | instrument. Hence it is evident that command and ~the commanded 233 2, 17 | something to act. Now ~it is evident that the reason can direct 234 2, 17 | to will. From this it is evident that an act of the will ~ 235 2, 17 | reply to the third object is evident from what has been said.~ 236 2, 17 | to their acts. For it is evident that the members of the 237 2, 18 | its form. It is therefore evident that ~the difference of 238 2, 18 | reason. ~Consequently it is evident that good and evil diversify 239 2, 18 | not evil; and yet it is evident that they are not good, ~ 240 2, 18 | conceived by the reason, as is evident from what was said above ~( 241 2, 19 | countenance." ~It is therefore evident that the goodness of the 242 2, 19 | stated above (A[2]); it is evident that ~when ignorance causes 243 2, 19 | view ~of the object, it is evident that the quantity in the 244 2, 19 | 1/5~I answer that, As is evident from what has been said 245 2, 19 | the will tends. This is evident in the example given ~above: 246 2, 19 | to the Third Objection is evident.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[19] A[ 247 2, 20 | s proper object, it is ~evident that this aspect of good 248 2, 20 | accomplish it in ~deed; it is evident that the will of the latter 249 2, 20 | or more remiss; and it is evident that the more intensely ~ 250 2, 20 | to the Third Objection is evident.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[20] A[ 251 2, 20 | merit of the preacher, as is evident from Phil. 4:1: "My dearly ~ 252 2, 20 | they are foreseen, it is evident that they increase the goodness 253 2, 20 | of that action: for it is evident that an action is specifically ~ 254 2, 21 | said to be a sin. Now it is evident from what ~has been said ( 255 2, 21 | Para. 2/2~It is therefore evident that a good or evil action 256 2, 21 | creatures. ~Consequently it is evident that human actions acquire 257 2, 22 | passions." From this it is evident that ~the passions of the 258 2, 22 | mind." Consequently it is evident that the nature of passion ~ 259 2, 22 | the heart." Hence it is evident that the notion of passion 260 2, 22 | organ. It is ~therefore evident that passion is more properly 261 2, 22 | appetite; and this ~is again evident from the definitions of 262 2, 23 | replies to the objections are evident.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[23] A[ 263 2, 23 | replies to the objections are evident.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[23] A[ 264 2, 23 | replies to the objections are evident.~ 265 2, 24 | by reason. Hence it is evident that Cicero was wrong in 266 2, 24 | to the First Objection is evident.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[24] A[ 267 2, 25 | denote rest in good, it is evident that in the order of execution, ~ 268 2, 25 | he rejoices. Thus it is evident that every passion of ~the 269 2, 25 | evil. And it is ~therefore evident that the irascible passions 270 2, 25 | tends to the end. Now it is evident that whatever tends to an 271 2, 25 | precede ~fear and daring is evident from this - that as the 272 2, 25 | Physics. Accordingly, it ~is evident that hope is the first of 273 2, 26 | appetible object, it is evident that love is a passion: ~ 274 2, 27 | beautiful odors. Thus it is evident that beauty ~adds to goodness 275 2, 27 | perfectly known. This is most evident in regard to the sciences, 276 2, 27 | to the First Objection is evident. ~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[27] A[ 277 2, 28 | intensity ~of love. For it is evident that the more intensely 278 2, 28 | each one. Wherefore it is ~evident that every agent, whatever 279 2, 29 | natural appetite, it is evident, that just as each ~thing 280 2, 29 | to the First Objection is evident.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[29] A[ 281 2, 31 | delight. It is therefore evident that, since ~delight is 282 2, 31 | reason of ~knowledge, it is evident that the sight affords greater 283 2, 31 | pleasure. Because it is evident that in everything, that 284 2, 31 | rise to pleasure, as is evident from the Philosopher's ~ 285 2, 32 | operation. Wherefore ~it is evident that every pleasure is traced 286 2, 33 | from some movement: as is ~evident in pleasures of the table. 287 2, 33 | they ~are protracted; as is evident in the case of pleasures 288 2, 33 | to the Third Objection is evident for what has been said.~ 289 2, 34 | movement and ~"becoming," as is evident in satiety from eating and 290 2, 35 | pleasure or pain. Whence it is evident that something under the ~ 291 2, 35 | the same subject, it is evident that pain, like ~pleasure, 292 2, 35 | kind of pleasure: as is evident from Ethic. x, 5. ~Therefore 293 2, 35 | something black. This is most evident ~in the case of contradiction, 294 2, 35 | to the Third Objection is evident. Or we may say ~that, although 295 2, 35 | harmony with ~it, as is evident from what has been said 296 2, 35 | disparate. Accordingly it is evident that no ~sorrow is contrary 297 2, 36 | animals feel, it is quite evident how their souls desire ~ 298 2, 36 | pain or sorrow. Now ~it is evident that it is contrary to the 299 2, 37 | Body Para. 2/2~Now it is evident that sensible pain above 300 2, 37 | things. It is likewise evident that in order to learn anything 301 2, 37 | some weight. Now it is ~evident from what has been said 302 2, 37 | replies to the objections are evident.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[37] A[ 303 2, 37 | transmutation in the body: as ~is evident with regard to the images 304 2, 38 | 1/1~I answer that, As is evident from what has been said 305 2, 39 | But such is sorrow; as is evident from Mt. 5:5: "Blessed are 306 2, 39 | the will. Wherefore it is evident that sorrow may be a ~virtuous 307 2, 39 | thereby into an evil, as is evident ~in the case of temporal 308 2, 40 | despair. It is therefore evident that hope ~differs from 309 2, 40 | Replies to the Objections are evident.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[40] A[ 310 2, 41 | deterioration. Now it is evident that fear, since it regards 311 2, 41 | the desire of ~good, as is evident from what has been said 312 2, 41 | a hope of nature, as is evident from Rm. 4:18, where ~it 313 2, 41 | Replies to the Objections are evident.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[41] A[ 314 2, 45 | danger. Consequently it is evident that daring is contrary 315 2, 45 | 3 Para. 2/2~Hence it is evident that no defect causes daring 316 2, 46 | contrary passion; as ~is evident by going through them one 317 2, 46 | recoiling from it. This is evident in the ~case of love and 318 2, 46 | ii, 2). It is therefore evident that anger is ~not in the 319 2, 46 | good to evil. Now it is ~evident that to seek evil under 320 2, 46 | vengeance. ~Consequently it is evident that hatred is far worse 321 2, 46 | by the ~angry man, it is evident that anger concerns those 322 2, 47 | above (A[2]). Now it is evident that the ~more excellent 323 2, 47 | motive aforesaid. ~Now it is evident that nothing moves a man 324 2, 48 | pleasure which heals it, as is evident in the case of thirst which ~ 325 2, 48 | the appetite. Now it is evident that every appetite, even 326 2, 48 | impaired by time. Now it is evident that memory is weakened 327 2, 48 | judgment of reason becomes more evident by ~juxtaposition of the 328 2, 48 | conduces to ~speech; as is evident from the degrees of anger 329 2, 53 | corrupted directly. Now it is evident ~that an intelligible species 330 2, 53 | and of virtue. For it is evident that a habit of moral virtue ~ 331 2, 54 | virtues ~are concerned, as is evident from what has been said ( 332 2, 57 | moral virtue. ~For it is evident that a craftsman is inclined 333 2, 57 | art. ~Accordingly it is evident that prudence is a virtue 334 2, 57 | man cannot do. Now it ~is evident that in things done by man, 335 2, 58 | natural one. ~But it is evident that inclination to an action 336 2, 58 | the same subject, as is evident of ~natural things devoid 337 2, 59 | doing evil deeds, it is ~evident that no passion is a vice. 338 2, 59 | as ~the Stoics did, it is evident that in this sense perfect 339 2, 60 | Body Para. 2/2~Now it is evident that in moral matters the 340 2, 60 | their source and end: as is evident especially in the case of ~ 341 2, 60 | Para. 6/6~It is therefore evident that, according to Aristotle, 342 2, 61 | deed ~to be done. Now it is evident that the perfect is principal 343 2, 61 | from one another; for it is evident that one and the same virtue 344 2, 63 | Para. 5/6~It is therefore evident that all virtues are in 345 2, 63 | concupiscences. Now it is evident ~that the mean that is appointed 346 2, 63 | the like. It ~is therefore evident that infused and acquired 347 2, 64 | or ~measured. Hence it is evident that the good of moral virtue 348 2, 64 | conformity. Therefore it is ~evident that moral virtue observes 349 2, 65 | reason for the connection is evident: for strength of ~mind is 350 2, 65 | matter of art. Now it is evident that, though reason ~may 351 2, 65 | time." It is therefore ~evident that neither can infused 352 2, 65 | empower them to ~do. Now it is evident that charity, inasmuch as 353 2, 65 | this belongs to charity is evident from 1 Jn. 4:16: ~"He that 354 2, 66 | excellent object. Now it is ~evident that the object of the reason 355 2, 66 | the community. Yet it is evident that the objects of the 356 2, 66 | to reason. This is made evident by considering its subject 357 2, 66 | moral virtue, as was made evident above (Q[62], A[3]). ~Therefore 358 2, 67 | 3~In order to make this evident, we must note that in these 359 2, 67 | justice, it is yet more evident what will be its act ~in 360 2, 67 | like ~reason; and it is evident, that if such an imperfection 361 2, 67 | Body Para. 5/5~Now it is evident that a thing cannot be perfect 362 2, 67 | that subject. Thus it is evident that movement of its very ~ 363 2, 67 | Para. 3/3~It is therefore evident that, since the signification 364 2, 67 | vision. It is therefore evident that, in heaven, nothing ~ 365 2, 68 | Body Para. 6/6~Now it is evident that whatever is moved must 366 2, 68 | imperfectly. Now it is evident that anything that has a 367 2, 68 | the Holy Ghost. Now it ~is evident from what has been already 368 2, 68 | relation to reason: and it is evident that the more ~exalted the 369 2, 69 | enumerated. To make ~this evident it must be observed that 370 2, 71 | power and act. Now it is ~evident that both in good and in 371 2, 71 | 49,50). Wherefore it ~is evident that then the sin of omission 372 2, 72 | Div. Nom. iv). Now it is evident ~that a thing derives its 373 2, 72 | of all evils." Now it is evident that ~there are various 374 2, 72 | undue ardor. Hence it is evident that ~sins do not differ 375 2, 72 | of these three. For it is evident from ~what has been said ( 376 2, 72 | ii, text. 50). Now it is evident that punishment is ~outside 377 2, 72 | forbidden." Whence ~it is evident that "offenses" here denotes 378 2, 72 | sin. ~Nevertheless it is evident that these three belong 379 2, 72 | species of sin. Now it is evident that the motive for ~sinning, 380 2, 72 | outside the intention, it is evident that ~then one is moved 381 2, 72 | kinds of falsehood, as is evident of the ~"boaster," who exceeds 382 2, 73 | which they ~turn, it is evident that, in respect of that 383 2, 73 | greater sin," and yet it is evident that ~Pilate was guilty 384 2, 73 | rule of reason. Now it is evident that the higher the ~principle 385 2, 73 | leads to it. And thus it ~is evident that the greater a virtue 386 2, 73 | which causes it." Now it is evident that a sin is caused by 387 2, 73 | action. ~Wherefore it is evident that it is natural for a 388 2, 73 | part of man himself, it is evident that he sins all the more 389 2, 74 | nature of ~sin. Now it is evident that the act of the sensuality, 390 2, 74 | excuses from sin, as is ~evident with regard to the actions 391 2, 74 | to the Third Objection is evident from what has been said ( 392 2, 74 | human actions. Now it is evident that reason directs not 393 2, 74 | yet pronounced. But it is ~evident that human acts can be regulated 394 2, 76 | individual case. Now it is evident that whoever neglects to 395 2, 76 | not a sin: wherefore it is evident that no invincible ~ignorance 396 2, 76 | alleviates the sin. Now it is evident that ~the ignorance which 397 2, 77 | of their mind. Now it is evident that the apprehension of 398 2, 77 | place in the passions is evident from the ~fact that sometimes, 399 2, 77 | love him. Therefore it ~is evident that inordinate love of 400 2, 77 | one he loves. Hence it is evident that inordinate ~desire 401 2, 77 | Para. 3/3~It is therefore evident that all passions that are 402 2, 78 | malice. ~Wherefore it is evident that whoever sins through 403 2, 78 | 3] Body Para. 2/2~It is evident, therefore, that sin committed 404 2, 78 | principle. Therefore it is evident that ~a sin committed through 405 2, 79 | to steer. It is therefore evident that God is nowise a cause 406 2, 80 | necessity of sinning. This is evident from the ~fact that man 407 2, 80 | 7]). It is consequently evident that the ~devil can nowise 408 2, 81 | moved by the will. Now it is evident that actual sin can be ~ 409 2, 81 | out of human flesh, it is evident that ~the active power would 410 2, 81 | original sin. ~Now it is evident that in the opinion of philosophers, 411 2, 81 | account of Eve's sin; it ~is evident that the children would 412 2, 82 | less. Consequently it is evident that original sin cannot 413 2, 83 | subject of that sin. Now it is evident that original sin is ~caused 414 2, 83 | than the will ~is, as is evident with regard to all the sensitive 415 2, 84 | all evils." Hence it is evident that he ~is speaking of 416 2, 84 | of all ~sin." For it is evident that he is speaking of pride 417 2, 85 | attaining its term, it is evident ~that it can be diminished 418 2, 85 | intention of the sinner, it is evident that sin is not, of itself, 419 2, 87 | against him. Now it is evident that all things contained 420 2, 87 | an inordinate act, ~it is evident that whoever sins, commits 421 2, 87 | 5]. ~Consequently it is evident that sin regarded in its 422 2, 87 | the other two ways, it is evident that the ~punishment is 423 2, 87 | the last end. Now it is evident that in some sins there 424 2, 87 | consequent stain. Now it is evident that in all actual sins, 425 2, 87 | men. Consequently ~it is evident that when the sinful or 426 2, 87 | sin as to the stain, it is evident ~that the stain of sin cannot 427 2, 88 | regards the first two, it is evident that they have no ~determinate 428 2, 88 | one mortal sin. This is evident as regards the duration 429 2, 88 | AA[3],5). It is also evident as regards the pain of loss, 430 2, 88 | in ~Matth.). It is also evident as regards the pain of sense, 431 2, 88 | quantity ~of venial sin, as is evident from what has been said ( 432 2, 88 | end. ~Consequently it is evident that a circumstance cannot 433 2, 88 | but a sudden act, as is evident from what we have said above ~( 434 2, 89 | be reasonable. For it ~is evident that all good works are 435 2, 89 | mortal sin. From this it is ~evident that, in the state of innocence, 436 2, 89 | consent to them. This is ~evident for two reasons. First, 437 2, 89 | the Second Objection is evident.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[89] A[ 438 2, 90 | will to move to act, as is evident from ~what has been said 439 2, 90 | principle of human acts, as is evident from what has been stated 440 2, 91 | perfect community. Now it is evident, granted that the ~world 441 2, 91 | stated above ~(A[1]); it is evident that all things partake 442 2, 91 | light. It is therefore evident that the natural law is 443 2, 92 | to it. Consequently it is evident that the proper effect ~ 444 2, 93 | and in this respect it is ~evident that it is derived from 445 2, 94 | virtue; and since it is evident that virtue is a principle 446 2, 94 | a place: but this is not evident to the ~unlearned, for they 447 2, 94 | of the individual, as is evident especially ~in regards to 448 2, 94 | Para. 2/3~It is therefore evident that, as regards the general 449 2, 95 | of human actions, ~as is evident from what has been stated 450 2, 95 | the other Objections are evident from what has been said.~ 451 2, 96 | in a case in which it is evident, by reason ~of the manifest 452 2, 97 | some very great and every evident benefit conferred by the 453 2, 97 | into execution. But it is evident that by ~human speech, law 454 2, 97 | perhaps by reason of an evident ~and sudden emergency, as 455 2, 98 | reason. ~Consequently it is evident that it was a good law. 456 2, 98 | be revealed." Now it is evident that the same thing it is, 457 2, 98 | Para. 4/4~It is therefore evident that it was merely from 458 2, 99 | of some end. Hence it is evident that a precept implies, 459 2, 99 | reason fails him: as is evident in regard to things that 460 2, 99 | some moral precepts; as is evident ~from Ex. 20:13,15: "Thou 461 2, 100 | with human actions are so ~evident, that after very little 462 2, 100 | Para. 2/3~It is therefore evident that since the moral precepts 463 2, 100 | actions. It is ~therefore evident that the Divine law fittingly 464 2, 100 | duties to ~himself, is not so evident: for, at the first glance, 465 2, 100 | debt to ~his father is so evident that one cannot get away 466 2, 100 | grasp at once. Now it ~is evident that a thing is so much 467 2, 100 | towards his neighbor, ~it is evident that it is more repugnant 468 2, 100 | order. Therefore it must be evident ~that the precepts of the 469 2, 100 | 1/2~I answer that, As is evident from what has been stated ( 470 2, 100 | are most certain, and so evident as to need no ~promulgation; 471 2, 100 | reason of which is not so ~evident to everyone, but only the 472 2, 100 | since the things that are evident are the principles whereby 473 2, 100 | know ~those that are not evident, these other moral precepts 474 2, 100 | the last two ways, it is evident that it was conferred by 475 2, 101 | those for which there is no evident reason. But ~there is evident 476 2, 101 | evident reason. But ~there is evident reason for many things pertaining 477 2, 101 | precisely ~because there is no evident reason for them; this is 478 2, 101 | for them is not so very evident.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[101] A[ 479 2, 102 | Phys. ii, 9. ~Now it is evident that the ceremonial precepts, 480 2, 102 | of sincerity." And it is evident that the dove denotes charity 481 2, 102 | altars and temples; as is evident in regard to the New ~Law. 482 2, 102 | Israel." From this it is evident that the house ~of the sanctuary 483 2, 102 | The figurative reason is evident, because the sacrifice of 484 2, 102 | The figurative reason is evident. Because bodily stains or 485 2, 102 | sufferings of animals. Now it is evident that ~if a man practice 486 2, 103 | Para. 4/4~It is therefore evident that under the state of 487 2, 103 | offer," etc.; whence it is evident that the priest was appointed 488 2, 104 | 1/1~I answer that, As is evident from what we have stated 489 2, 105 | etc. Consequently it is evident ~that the ordering of the 490 2, 105 | relationship." Hence it is ~evident that in marrying the wife 491 2, 108 | 1/4~I answer that, As is evident from Augustine's words just 492 2, 108 | spiritual worship: as ~is evident from Jn. 4:21,23, where 493 2, 1 | terminated in them, as is evident from ~the manner of speaking 494 2, 1 | of them. Wherefore it is evident ~that neither faith nor 495 2, 2 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, it is evident that John the Baptist was 496 2, 2 | ultimate form. Now it is evident that the ~subject or the 497 2, 4 | faith cleaves, as ~was made evident when we were speaking of 498 2, 4 | proportionately to the end. Now it is evident ~from what has been said ( 499 2, 4 | various subjects. Now it is evident that faith, just as any 500 2, 5 | seen in His Essence, it is evident ~that the knowledge they


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