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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | are directed. ~Hence it is clear that from every standpoint, 2 1, 1 | chief of sciences, as is clear in Ethic. ~vi. But this 3 1, 1 | of this science. This is clear also from the principles 4 1, 1 | be demonstrated, it is clear that the arguments brought 5 1, 1 | to an ~end), but to make clear other things that are put 6 1, 1 | be intended to make truth clear. ~Hence a reward is held 7 1, 1 | from error. For then it is clear that ~these things are not 8 1, 2 | rational creatures, as is ~clear from what has been already 9 1, 2 | self-evident to all; as is clear with regard to the first ~ 10 1, 3 | unmoved. ~Therefore it is clear that God is not a body. 11 1, 3 | it as its ~principle, is clear from this, that a principle 12 1, 3 | its essence. Thus it is clear that God is not in the ~ 13 1, 3 | all we have said, it is clear there can be no ~accident 14 1, 3 | accident. ~Therefore, it is clear that God is nowise composite, 15 1, 3 | is the world-soul, as is clear from Augustine (De Civ. ~ 16 1, 3 | posterior to actuality, as is clear from the foregoing (Q[3], 17 1, 4 | perfection of being. For it is clear that if some hot ~thing 18 1, 5 | only ~in idea; which is clear from the following argument. 19 1, 5 | all desire." Now it is ~clear that a thing is desirable 20 1, 5 | actual. Therefore it is clear that a thing is perfect 21 1, 5 | all things actual, as is clear ~from the foregoing (Q[3], 22 1, 5 | Q[4], A[1]). Hence it is clear that ~goodness and being 23 1, 5 | superadded to being, as is clear from A[1]. But whatever 24 1, 5 | desirability and goodness, as ~is clear from A[1]. Hence it follows 25 1, 5 | aspect of an end, it is clear that goodness implies the ~ 26 1, 7 | above (Q[3], A[4]), it is ~clear that God Himself is infinite 27 1, 7 | infinitely divisible, as is clear from Phys. iii. ~But contraries 28 1, 7 | comprehended under some clear intention of the Creator; 29 1, 9 | is variable. Hence it is clear that they vary in so far 30 1, 10 | after" in the measure, as is clear ~from Phys. iv. Therefore 31 1, 11 | measured by "one," ~as is clear from Metaph. x. But the " 32 1, 12 | in corporeal things it is clear that the ~thing seen cannot 33 1, 12 | is a ~pure mirror, most clear, receiving, if it is right 34 1, 12 | in its cause. Now it is clear that the more ~perfectly 35 1, 13 | some which express ~the clear truth of the divine majesty, 36 1, 13 | imperfect manner, it is also clear from what has been said ~( 37 1, 13 | lion in his. Thus it is clear that ~applied to God the 38 1, 13 | that belongs to both; as is clear of all ~relations, consequent 39 1, 13 | other (Q[3], A[4]), it is clear that ~among other names 40 1, 13 | its essence. Since it is clear that our intellect understands ~ 41 1, 14 | infinity. Therefore it is clear that the immateriality of 42 1, 14 | cause of all things, as is clear from the ~aforesaid (Q[2], 43 1, 14 | imperfect to the perfect, as is clear from Phys. i. ~If therefore 44 1, 14 | is always in act, as is clear from the foregoing (A[2]~), 45 1, 14 | through His essence, as is ~clear from the foregoing (A[5]). 46 1, 14 | God in a higher way, as is clear from the ~foregoing (Q[4], 47 1, 14 | is His substance, as is clear ~from the foregoing (A[4]), 48 1, 15 | must suppose ideas, as is clear for the following reason:~ 49 1, 15 | other creatures. So it is clear that God understands many 50 1, 15 | the divine mind, as is ~clear from Augustine (Octog. Tri. 51 1, 16 | that "Truth makes being clear and evident" and ~this pertains 52 1, 16 | species of virtue, as is clear from Ethic. ~iv. But virtue 53 1, 16 | divine intellect, as is clear ~from what has been said 54 1, 17 | the contrary. Hence it is ~clear that true and false are 55 1, 18 | to be dead. Whereby it is clear that those things ~are properly 56 1, 18 | certain operations, ~as is clear from the Philosopher (De 57 1, 18 | But this is life, as is ~clear from the words of Jn. 18: 58 1, 18 | 1/2~I answer that, As is clear from what has been said ( 59 1, 18 | our knowledge of it, as is clear from what has already ~been 60 1, 18 | to the Third Objection is clear.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[18] A[ 61 1, 19 | apart from ~Himself. This is clear from the comparison which 62 1, 19 | and expressing them, as is clear from what has already been 63 1, 19 | absolute will. ~Thus it is clear that whatever God simply 64 1, 19 | becomes worse. Now it is clear that every evil ~makes a 65 1, 19 | called the will of God is clear from the words of Mt. ~6: 66 1, 19 | called the will of God is clear from Augustine (Enchiridion ~ 67 1, 20 | of love. Similarly, it is clear that ~sorrow, and other 68 1, 21 | Eph. 4:32). Hence it is clear that mercy does not destroy 69 1, 22 | pre-exist in Him, as is clear from what has gone before ( 70 1, 23 | direct or send. ~Thus it is clear that predestination, as 71 1, 23 | towards one ~end. This is clear from his adding: "He does 72 1, 23 | the governor. Whence it is clear that predestination is a ~ 73 1, 23 | preference to others. Thus it is clear that love ~precedes election 74 1, 23 | something finite, as is clear from what has been said 75 1, 23 | the majority. Thus it is clear that the ~majority of men 76 1, 24 | conscript" fathers. Now it is clear from the preceding (Q[23], 77 1, 24 | predestination; as also is made clear from the gloss quoted above.~ 78 1, 24 | life of glory; as it is clear from what is said: "Have 79 1, 25 | that receives it, as ~is clear from what has been said, 80 1, 25 | putrefaction. Now it is clear that God is not a ~univocal 81 1, 25 | impossible to God. So it is clear ~that the omnipotence of 82 1, 25 | order of things. Now it is clear that the ~whole idea of 83 1, 26 | supreme goods, as also is ~clear from what has been said 84 1, 27 | whence it proceeds. For it is clear that the more a ~thing is 85 1, 28 | name of essence. Thus it is clear that in God relation and 86 1, 30 | suppositum" which is made clear by the ~addition of the 87 1, 30 | to the three. Now it is ~clear that this is not community 88 1, 32 | Holy Ghost - and thus it is clear that they ~knew at least 89 1, 33 | likeness of the Son, as is clear from the words of ~Rm. 8: 90 1, 36 | one property, for it ~is clear that one property cannot 91 1, 37 | 3/3~To make the matter clear, we must consider that since 92 1, 39 | suppositum" of one nature, as is clear in the case of all ~separate 93 1, 39 | and three persons, as is clear from what is above expounded ~( 94 1, 39 | of this question is quite clear if we consider ~the divine 95 1, 39 | essence are the same, as is clear ~from what is above explained ( 96 1, 39 | attributes of God ~are more clear to us from the standpoint 97 1, 39 | and wealth." Thus it is clear ~how "eternity," "species," 98 1, 39 | the Holy Ghost." For it is clear that we trace a thing back 99 1, 41 | relations of the persons, as is clear from what ~was above explained ( 100 1, 42 | greatness and essence. Now it is clear that the ~relation of a 101 1, 42 | posteriority of time. Thus it is clear that equality of nature 102 1, 42 | proceeding therefrom, it is clear that the ~things so related 103 1, 42 | Regarding origin also, it is ~clear that the procession of the 104 1, 42 | is begotten. Hence it is clear that the Son can do whatever 105 1, 48 | in goodness. Hence it is clear that evil is found in things, 106 1, 48 | what is said above, as is clear ~from the explanation given.~ 107 1, 50 | as we are. Hence it is ~clear that the objection rests 108 1, 50 | a subsisting form, as is clear from what was said above ~( 109 1, 51 | corporeal organ. But it ~is clear that every created spirit 110 1, 51 | united with them, as is clear from what has been said ( 111 1, 53 | continuous is in its term, as is clear, because the line is not 112 1, 53 | the other palm. Now it is clear that when it ~begins to 113 1, 54 | is his movement, as is ~clear from Dionysius (Div. Nom. 114 1, 54 | within the agent. It is quite clear ~regarding the first kind 115 1, 54 | active ~intellect, as is made clear in De Anima iii, text. 2, 116 1, 54 | colors ~to the light, as is clear from De Anima iii, text. 117 1, 56 | except generically; as is clear from what has been said ~ 118 1, 57 | angelic mind. Now it is clear that there comes forth ~ 119 1, 57 | enlightened by the angels, as is clear ~from Dionysius (Coel. Hier. 120 1, 58 | angel shines forth with the clear simplicity of divine ~concepts." 121 1, 58 | for he is a pure and most clear mirror, as Dionysius says ~( 122 1, 60 | substance and in accident, as is clear from Ethic. i, 6, a thing ~ 123 1, 61 | A[4]). From this it is clear that God alone exists of 124 1, 62 | loves God ~naturally, as is clear from what has been said ( 125 1, 62 | supernatural principle. Thus it is clear that fire has a natural ~ 126 1, 62 | converted." Hence it is clear that ~there is no need to 127 1, 62 | fittingly than others, it is ~clear that he is setting them 128 1, 62 | the vision of God, ~as is clear from what has gone before ( 129 1, 63 | one ~instant. Now it is clear that the angel's sin was 130 1, 64 | the angels." ~Now it is clear that all the mortal sins 131 1, 66 | formation, the argument is ~clear. For it formless matter 132 1, 66 | world"; from which it is clear ~that contemplation lifts 133 1, 66 | not exclude ~light (as is clear from the fact that we can 134 1, 68 | existed before days, as is clear from the words, "In the 135 1, 68 | Reply OBJ 2: The solution is clear from what has been said, 136 1, 70 | instrument. Hence it is clear that ~the sensitive and 137 1, 70 | has been said, then, it is clear that the heavenly bodies 138 1, 73 | this goodness is made most clear by the knowledge that in ~ 139 1, 74 | distinction of these days is made clear ~by what has been said above ( 140 1, 75 | principle of life. For it is clear that to be a principle of 141 1, 75 | and subsistent. For it is clear that by means of the ~intellect 142 1, 75 | understand is to be ~moved, as is clear from the context. Or we 143 1, 75 | other senses. Hence ~it is clear that the sensitive soul 144 1, 75 | being moved. Whence ~it is clear that to move is not an act 145 1, 75 | not ~proper to him, it is clear that man is not a soul only, 146 1, 75 | are living things, as is clear ~from the teaching of Dionysius ( 147 1, 75 | intellectual. For it is clear that whatever is received ~ 148 1, 75 | a form alone. For it is clear that what belongs to a ~ 149 1, 75 | subsistent forms, it is ~clear that there is necessarily 150 1, 76 | knowing all things, as is clear from what has ~been said ( 151 1, 76 | it is in act. Now it is clear that the first ~thing by 152 1, 76 | anyone in ~three ways, as is clear from the Philosopher (Phys. 153 1, 76 | Plato understands, it is clear that this is ~not attributed 154 1, 76 | possible intellect. Now it is clear that because the colors, 155 1, 76 | the ~intellect it is made clear that the intellectual principle 156 1, 76 | Para. 2/2~From this it is clear how to answer the Second 157 1, 76 | belong ~to all men. This is clear if, as Plato maintained, 158 1, 76 | Para. 2/4~It is likewise clear that this is impossible 159 1, 76 | and one stroke. Now it is clear ~that no matter how the 160 1, 76 | of ~its being. Now it is clear that the intellectual soul, 161 1, 76 | knower knows. Now it is clear that common nature becomes ~ 162 1, 76 | one body. This can be made clear by three different reasons.~ 163 1, 76 | the soul." ~Whence it is clear that when the soul is called 164 1, 76 | animal, and a man. Now it ~is clear that to every "genus" follow 165 1, 76 | Para. 3/3~From this it is clear how false are the opinions 166 1, 77 | et Vigilia. Now, ~it is clear from what we have said above ( 167 1, 77 | cause of the powers; as is ~clear if one considers the different 168 1, 77 | definition of accident, as is clear from Metaph. vii ~(Did. 169 1, 77 | actual being. Hence it is clear that actuality is observed 170 1, 77 | Body Para. 2/2~Now it is clear, from what has been said ( 171 1, 77 | by the soul. Whence it is clear that all the powers ~of 172 1, 77 | sensitive soul. But it is clear that separate souls grieve ~ 173 1, 37 | 3/3~To make the matter clear, we must consider that since 174 1, 39 | suppositum" of one nature, as is clear in the case of all ~separate 175 1, 39 | and three persons, as is clear from what is above expounded ~( 176 1, 39 | of this question is quite clear if we consider ~the divine 177 1, 39 | essence are the same, as is clear ~from what is above explained ( 178 1, 39 | attributes of God ~are more clear to us from the standpoint 179 1, 39 | and wealth." Thus it is clear ~how "eternity," "species," 180 1, 39 | the Holy Ghost." For it is clear that we trace a thing back 181 1, 41 | relations of the persons, as is clear from what ~was above explained ( 182 1, 42 | greatness and essence. Now it is clear that the ~relation of a 183 1, 42 | posteriority of time. Thus it is clear that equality of nature 184 1, 42 | proceeding therefrom, it is clear that the ~things so related 185 1, 42 | Regarding origin also, it is ~clear that the procession of the 186 1, 42 | is begotten. Hence it is clear that the Son can do whatever 187 1, 49 | in goodness. Hence it is clear that evil is found in things, 188 1, 49 | what is said above, as is clear ~from the explanation given.~ 189 1, 51 | as we are. Hence it is ~clear that the objection rests 190 1, 51 | a subsisting form, as is clear from what was said above ~( 191 1, 52 | corporeal organ. But it ~is clear that every created spirit 192 1, 52 | united with them, as is clear from what has been said ( 193 1, 54 | continuous is in its term, as is clear, because the line is not 194 1, 54 | the other palm. Now it is clear that when it ~begins to 195 1, 55 | is his movement, as is ~clear from Dionysius (Div. Nom. 196 1, 55 | within the agent. It is quite clear ~regarding the first kind 197 1, 55 | active ~intellect, as is made clear in De Anima iii, text. 2, 198 1, 55 | colors ~to the light, as is clear from De Anima iii, text. 199 1, 57 | except generically; as is clear from what has been said ~ 200 1, 58 | angelic mind. Now it is clear that there comes forth ~ 201 1, 58 | enlightened by the angels, as is clear ~from Dionysius (Coel. Hier. 202 1, 59 | angel shines forth with the clear simplicity of divine ~concepts." 203 1, 59 | for he is a pure and most clear mirror, as Dionysius says ~( 204 1, 61 | substance and in accident, as is clear from Ethic. i, 6, a thing ~ 205 1, 62 | A[4]). From this it is clear that God alone exists of 206 1, 63 | loves God ~naturally, as is clear from what has been said ( 207 1, 63 | supernatural principle. Thus it is clear that fire has a natural ~ 208 1, 63 | converted." Hence it is clear that ~there is no need to 209 1, 63 | fittingly than others, it is ~clear that he is setting them 210 1, 63 | the vision of God, ~as is clear from what has gone before ( 211 1, 64 | one ~instant. Now it is clear that the angel's sin was 212 1, 65 | the angels." ~Now it is clear that all the mortal sins 213 1, 67 | formation, the argument is ~clear. For it formless matter 214 1, 67 | world"; from which it is clear ~that contemplation lifts 215 1, 67 | not exclude ~light (as is clear from the fact that we can 216 1, 69 | existed before days, as is clear from the words, "In the 217 1, 69 | Reply OBJ 2: The solution is clear from what has been said, 218 1, 71 | instrument. Hence it is clear that ~the sensitive and 219 1, 71 | has been said, then, it is clear that the heavenly bodies 220 1, 72 | this goodness is made most clear by the knowledge that in ~ 221 1, 73 | distinction of these days is made clear ~by what has been said above ( 222 1, 74 | principle of life. For it is clear that to be a principle of 223 1, 74 | and subsistent. For it is clear that by means of the ~intellect 224 1, 74 | understand is to be ~moved, as is clear from the context. Or we 225 1, 74 | other senses. Hence ~it is clear that the sensitive soul 226 1, 74 | being moved. Whence ~it is clear that to move is not an act 227 1, 74 | not ~proper to him, it is clear that man is not a soul only, 228 1, 74 | are living things, as is clear ~from the teaching of Dionysius ( 229 1, 74 | intellectual. For it is clear that whatever is received ~ 230 1, 74 | a form alone. For it is clear that what belongs to a ~ 231 1, 74 | subsistent forms, it is ~clear that there is necessarily 232 1, 75 | knowing all things, as is clear from what has ~been said ( 233 1, 75 | it is in act. Now it is clear that the first ~thing by 234 1, 75 | anyone in ~three ways, as is clear from the Philosopher (Phys. 235 1, 75 | Plato understands, it is clear that this is ~not attributed 236 1, 75 | possible intellect. Now it is clear that because the colors, 237 1, 75 | the ~intellect it is made clear that the intellectual principle 238 1, 75 | Para. 2/2~From this it is clear how to answer the Second 239 1, 75 | belong ~to all men. This is clear if, as Plato maintained, 240 1, 75 | Para. 2/4~It is likewise clear that this is impossible 241 1, 75 | and one stroke. Now it is clear ~that no matter how the 242 1, 75 | of ~its being. Now it is clear that the intellectual soul, 243 1, 75 | knower knows. Now it is clear that common nature becomes ~ 244 1, 75 | one body. This can be made clear by three different reasons.~ 245 1, 75 | the soul." ~Whence it is clear that when the soul is called 246 1, 75 | animal, and a man. Now it ~is clear that to every "genus" follow 247 1, 75 | Para. 3/3~From this it is clear how false are the opinions 248 1, 76 | et Vigilia. Now, ~it is clear from what we have said above ( 249 1, 76 | cause of the powers; as is ~clear if one considers the different 250 1, 76 | definition of accident, as is clear from Metaph. vii ~(Did. 251 1, 76 | actual being. Hence it is clear that actuality is observed 252 1, 76 | Body Para. 2/2~Now it is clear, from what has been said ( 253 1, 76 | by the soul. Whence it is clear that all the powers ~of 254 1, 76 | sensitive soul. But it is clear that separate souls grieve ~ 255 1, 77 | its likeness. Whence it is clear that sight desires ~naturally 256 1, 77 | higher nature, as is made clear ~by Dionysius (Div. Nom. 257 1, 77 | to size and number, it is clear that they are ~species of 258 1, 77 | of bodies. Whence it is clear that it ~is common to all 259 1, 78 | is to be passive. This is clear from the following reason. 260 1, 78 | Anima iii, 4). This is made clear from the fact, ~that at 261 1, 78 | active sense. Wherefore it is clear that in ~the nutritive part 262 1, 78 | understanding, and will. But it is clear that the memory is a distinct ~ 263 1, 78 | active. Wherefore it is clear that memory is not ~a distinct 264 1, 78 | parent." Wherefore it is clear that Augustine does not 265 1, 78 | it has found. Now it is clear that rest and movement are ~ 266 1, 78 | and reason: and so it is clear that in man reason and intellect 267 1, 78 | Reply OBJ 2: The answer is clear from what we have said. 268 1, 78 | kinds of ~powers, as is clear from De Anima ii, 3. But 269 1, 78 | signified by the serpent, as is clear from Augustine (De Trin. 270 1, 78 | nature. In order to make this clear we must observe ~that, as 271 1, 78 | by ~reasoning. Now it is clear that, as the speculative 272 1, 78 | discovered. It is therefore clear ~that "synderesis" is not 273 1, 78 | explanation of the name it is clear that conscience is an act.~ 274 1, 78 | or torment. Now, it is clear that ~all these things follow 275 1, 80 | In order ~to make this clear, we must observe that in 276 1, 80 | concupiscence in many cases. This is clear also from the fact that 277 1, 80 | propositions. Therefore it is clear that the universal reason 278 1, 81 | be happy. It is therefore clear that the will does ~not 279 1, 81 | higher power. And this is clear if we compare their ~respective 280 1, 81 | the third ~objection is clear. ~ 281 1, 82 | subject to free-will, as is clear from what we ~have said 282 1, 82 | Para. 2/2~Secondly, this is clear because habits are defined 283 1, 82 | power of choice. And this is clear from their ~relations to 284 1, 83 | one thing. Wherefore it is clear that ~knowledge is in inverse 285 1, 83 | Para. 4/4~It is therefore clear from the foregoing, that 286 1, 83 | That ~this is the sense, is clear from what follows. For he 287 1, 83 | themselves were seen, is clear from what he says (QQ. 83, 288 1, 83 | corporeal organ. Wherefore it is clear that for the intellect to ~ 289 1, 83 | with his senses. Now it is ~clear that a smith cannot judge 290 1, 84 | the form the body, as is ~clear from what we have said above ( 291 1, 84 | from the smell, it is quite clear that ~the color which is 292 1, 84 | The reason of this is ~clear: because he who knows a 293 1, 84 | substance, as he ~makes clear (Metaph. vii, Did. vi, 13). 294 1, 84 | opposed to one another, as is clear ~from the examples of colors 295 1, 84 | it at all. Hence it is clear that there is a perfect 296 1, 84 | to the First Objection is clear from the above; likewise 297 1, 85 | the ~first objection is clear. ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[86] A[ 298 1, 85 | part after another, as is ~clear from its definition (Phys. 299 1, 85 | replies to the objections are clear. ~(tm)Aquin.: SMT FP Q[86] 300 1, 85 | corporeal causes. For it is clear that superior bodies influence ~ 301 1, 86 | is ~actual. This is quite clear as regards sensible things, 302 1, 86 | colored. In like manner ~it is clear that the intellect, so far 303 1, 87 | nature is ~immaterial, as is clear from what we have said above ( 304 1, 87 | material conditions, it is clear that those ~substances are 305 1, 87 | principles understood; it is clear that the ~active intellect 306 1, 88 | and in detail. Now it is clear that in the ~natural order 307 1, 88 | 1] Body Para. 4/4~It is clear then that it was for the 308 1, 88 | the separated ~soul, as is clear from what has been said 309 1, 89 | improbability. For, as is clear from what has been said ( 310 1, 89 | corporeal matter, as is clear from its definition. Therefore 311 1, 89 | replies to the objections are clear. For that bodies produce ~ 312 1, 89 | quite impossible. For it is clear that God made the first 313 1, 90 | earth and water, as is ~clear from their subtlety. Therefore, 314 1, 90 | disposed matter: for it is clear that more conditions are ~ 315 1, 90 | sensitive powers, as is clear from what we have said above ( 316 1, 91 | generation. This can be made ~clear if we observe the mode of 317 1, 91 | Para. 1/1 ~Reply OBJ 1 is clear from the foregoing.~Aquin.: 318 1, 91 | Para. 2/2~From this it is clear how to answer the third 319 1, 92 | necessarily an image." Hence it is clear that likeness is ~essential 320 1, 92 | comes nearer to Him." It is clear, therefore, that intellectual 321 1, 92 | is more perfect, as is ~clear from what has been said ( 322 1, 92 | the human species, it is clear that every individual is 323 1, 92 | Body Para. 2/2~Thus it is clear how to solve the first two 324 1, 92 | parent." From which it is clear that he places ~the image 325 1, 92 | the same place. Thus it is clear that ~memory, understanding, 326 1, 92 | other things." Thus it is clear that the soul ~always understands 327 1, 92 | loves Himself. But it ~is clear that diversity of objects 328 1, 92 | disfigured," as in sinners; or "clear and beautiful," as ~in the 329 1, 93 | to beatitude. Now it is clear that man ~cannot willingly 330 1, 93 | as ~Adam did sin, it is clear that he did not see God 331 1, 93 | His Essence. To make this clear, we must consider that the 332 1, 93 | as regards the full ~and clear consideration of intelligible 333 1, 93 | by exterior things from a clear ~and steady contemplation 334 1, 93 | above (A[1]). Now it is ~clear from what has been already 335 1, 93 | Body Para. 4/4~This makes clear the reply to the first objection.~ 336 1, 93 | due to other men, as is clear from what is above ~explained.~ 337 1, 93 | could exist." Now it is clear that as truth is ~the good 338 1, 93 | Body Para. 3/3~This is clear also from the very rectitude 339 1, 93 | preceded (Q[85], A[6]), it is clear that ~as regards its proper 340 1, 93 | sleep. ~Therefore it is clear that the rectitude of the 341 1, 94 | Remiss. i, 16]. Now it is clear that ~such a subjection 342 1, 94 | Div. Nom. iv). Hence it is clear that also the ~primitive 343 1, 96 | Body Para. 2/2~Thus it is clear how to reply to the first 344 1, 96 | food. In order to make this clear, we must observe that the ~ 345 1, 96 | become indissoluble; which is clear from the fact that ~every 346 1, 97 | forfeited by sin. Now it is clear that ~generation by coition 347 1, 97 | corporeal members ~make it clear. So we cannot allow that 348 1, 98 | Divine ~authority. Now it is clear that it is as natural as 349 1, 98 | state of infancy; as ~is clear from his preceding remark 350 1, 98 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3 is clear from what we have said above. 351 1, 99 | entire ~human nature. This is clear from the fact that opposites 352 1, 99 | to the third objection is clear.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[100] A[ 353 1, 99 | righteousness. For it is clear ~that at their birth they 354 1, 99 | beatitude ~given by the clear vision of God; and when 355 1, 99 | generation. Hence it is clear that children would not 356 1, 99 | as ~an opinion, which is clear from his mode of expression 357 1, 100 | they have later on. This is clear from the fact ~that birds 358 1, 101 | sources ~elsewhere, as is clear from the Philosopher (Meteor. 359 1, 101 | ever-flowering plants." Whence it ~is clear that paradise was most fit 360 1, 101 | the Objections are made clear. ~(tm)Aquin.: SMT FP Q[102] 361 1, 102 | Cleanthes]. Secondly, this is clear ~from a consideration of 362 1, 102 | universe, namely, God, it is clear from what has been ~expounded 363 1, 102 | proved by reason. For it ~is clear that good has the nature 364 1, 102 | unity is one. For it is clear that several ~cannot be 365 1, 102 | goodness as its ~end, as is clear from what we have said above ( 366 1, 102 | of government; ~this is clear from the fact that he divided 367 1, 102 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2 is clear from the above.~Aquin.: 368 1, 103 | being by God. To make this clear, we must consider that a 369 1, 103 | Body Para. 2/6~This is made clear as follows: Every effect 370 1, 103 | its ~"being." For it is clear that the "being" of the 371 1, 103 | Body Para. 3/6~Now it is clear that of two things in the 372 1, 103 | another in being. For it is clear that even in corporeal things 373 1, 104 | movements of bodies, as is clear from Gn. 1:9 ~"Let the waters 374 1, 104 | its bulk. Whence it ~is clear that for a body to be moved 375 1, 104 | 3~In order to make this clear, we must observe that as 376 1, 104 | not against nature, as is clear in the ebb and flow of the 377 1, 104 | Body Para. 2/2~From this is clear how to reply to the objections, 378 1, 105 | enlightens another. To make this clear, we must ~observe that intellectual 379 1, 105 | sublime in grade, and more ~clear in knowledge; and on that 380 1, 106 | something else. And it is clear that the intelligible object 381 1, 106 | superior. To make ~this clear, we must consider that every 382 1, 106 | Body Para. 2/3~Now it is clear that the angels are called 383 1, 107 | Body Para. 2/2~Hence it is clear that those err and speak 384 1, 107 | out of the work; for it is clear ~that these three things 385 1, 107 | towards the end. This is clear from the words of the Apostle, " 386 1, 109 | the second." Hence it ~is clear that the inferior nature 387 1, 111 | to be "there." But it is clear from what was ~above stated ( 388 1, 112 | From this the answers are clear to the first and second 389 1, 112 | answers to the objections are clear.~ 390 1, 113 | to the first objection is clear.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[114] A[ 391 1, 113 | to the first objection is clear.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[114] A[ 392 1, 113 | 1/2~I answer that, As is clear from what has been said 393 1, 114 | the matter aright, it is clear that those accidents are 394 1, 114 | united to bodies. Hence it is clear that they are subject ~to 395 1, 115 | 1/1~I answer that, As is clear from what has been stated 396 1, 115 | answers to the objections are clear.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[116] A[ 397 1, 115 | order of fate." Hence it is clear that "the further ~a thing 398 1, 116 | In order to ~make this clear, we must observe that of 399 1, 116 | interior principle, as is ~clear in one who procures knowledge 400 1, 116 | exterior principle, as is clear in one who learns (by instruction). 401 1, 116 | the lowest angels. This is clear from Our Lord's words (Mt. 402 1, 116 | not of nature. This is clear from what Gregory says in 403 1, 116 | the same way as a new and clear mirror contracts a tarnish 404 1, 117 | sensitive soul, as has been made clear above (Q[75], A[3]): ~for 405 1, 118 | belonging to matter." Now it is clear that this distinction has ~ 406 1, 118 | in its own subject; it is clear that the food which at first 407 1, 118 | afterwards perfected. But it is ~clear that the common is to the 408 2, 1 | to ~man as man. Now it is clear that whatever actions proceed 409 2, 1 | particular good. Now it is clear that particular causes are 410 2, 1 | the end. And hence it is clear that ~the principle of human 411 2, 1 | the order of ends. This is clear from the fact that in ~regard 412 2, 1 | other movements. ~Now it is clear that secondary moving causes 413 2, 2 | as the Philosopher makes clear (Polit. i, 3). Yet ~this 414 2, 3 | to be the last end, as is clear from Jn. 17:3: "This ~is 415 2, 3 | Divine Essence. To make this clear, two points ~must be observed. 416 2, 4 | sight." Now from this it is clear that so long as we walk 417 2, 4 | 2/3~Again this is made clear by reason. For the intellect 418 2, 4 | perfect virtue"; ~and it is clear that man can be hindered, 419 2, 5 | inquiry of reason, as was made clear in the FP, Q[58], ~A[3]; 420 2, 5 | it can be lost. This is clear of contemplative ~happiness, 421 2, 5 | Body Para. 2/5~This is also clear of active happiness: since 422 2, 5 | the first ~Objection is clear.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[5] A[8] 423 2, 6 | In ~order to make this clear, we must take note that 424 2, 6 | contrary to nature; as is clear ~of the will's movement 425 2, 6 | danger: wherefore it is clear that it is voluntary ~simply. 426 2, 6 | something else, as an end. It is clear therefore that in what ~ 427 2, 8 | in the contrary sense is clear from what ~has been said 428 2, 11 | their acts. Wherefore it is clear that ~things void of knowledge, 429 2, 11 | imperfect enjoyment. This is ~clear from his way of speaking: 430 2, 13 | choice about things. This is clear from the fact that all ~ 431 2, 13 | the principle. Now it is clear that an impossible ~conclusion 432 2, 18 | other. In order to make this clear, we must first of all observe 433 2, 19 | belongs to reason, as is clear from ~what has been said 434 2, 19 | as a kind of form, ~as is clear from what has been said 435 2, 21 | his actions, as was made clear above (Q[1], ~AA[1],2). 436 2, 23 | Para. 4/6~Accordingly it is clear that in the concupiscible 437 2, 24 | discord with reason: as is clear in the ~case of "shame" 438 2, 25 | denote movement, then it is clear that the latter take precedence: ~ 439 2, 26 | of himself. Hence it is clear ~that love is not the very 440 2, 29 | Body Para. 4/4~Hence it is clear how to reply to the First 441 2, 29 | the whole state. Now it is clear that man is principally 442 2, 32 | the hurt. And thus it is ~clear that doing good to another 443 2, 35 | appetite. Consequently it is clear ~that pleasure and pain 444 2, 35 | not simply. And this is ~clear from what he says after: " 445 2, 37 | caused by sorrow, as is clear from the passage of the ~ 446 2, 39 | rejecting evil. Thus it is clear that in pain or ~sorrow 447 2, 40 | movements: from which it is clear that hope is in dumb ~animals. 448 2, 41 | passions of the soul, ~as is clear from Damascene (De Fide 449 2, 42 | and cunning." ~Now it is clear that those who are quick-tempered 450 2, 47 | Thus ~forgetfulness is a clear sign of slight esteem, for 451 2, 48 | pleasure of drink. Now it is clear from what has been said ~( 452 2, 48 | judgment of reason; as is clear in the case of ~drunkenness 453 2, 48 | open, not because it is clear to ~him what he ought to 454 2, 49 | kind of difference, as is ~clear from the Philosopher (Metaph. 455 2, 49 | Para. 2/2~Wherefore it is clear how to answer the second 456 2, 49 | science. From this it is clear that the word "habit" ~implies 457 2, 49 | relation to an act. Now it is clear that the nature ~and the 458 2, 49 | and evil, as will ~be made clear further on (Q[54], A[3]): 459 2, 50 | Anima, text. 66. ~But it is clear that the phantasm is compared 460 2, 50 | very nature of habit, it is clear that it is ~principally 461 2, 51 | understand. And so it is clear that not ~everything belonging 462 2, 51 | precedes the habit; as is clear ~from the fact that the 463 2, 51 | likeness on it. Now it is clear that the ~active principle 464 2, 51 | solutions to the objections are clear.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[51] A[ 465 2, 52 | truth in this matter be made clear, we must observe ~that, 466 2, 52 | less. ~Thus therefore it is clear how a quality or form may 467 2, 52 | Body Para. 10/11~It is clear, therefore, since we speak 468 2, 52 | Para. 3/3~From this it is clear how to solve the objections.~ 469 2, 53 | syllogism. Wherefore it is clear ~that a false reason can 470 2, 54 | dispositions to nature, it is clear that several can be in one 471 2, 54 | against reason. Hence it is clear that habits are distinguished ~ 472 2, 55 | by means of habits, as is clear from what we have said above ( 473 2, 55 | reference to being: as is clear from the Philosopher ~(De 474 2, 56 | referred to good, as is clear from what has ~been said 475 2, 56 | virtue is the mind, as is clear from the definition, above ~ 476 2, 56 | Body Para. 2/2 ~For it is clear that there are some virtues 477 2, 56 | intellect or reason, as is clear from ~Ethic. vi, 1. Therefore 478 2, 56 | habits. And this is made clear principally from what the ~ 479 2, 56 | Para. 2/2~And thus is made clear the Reply to the Second 480 2, 56 | passions, and the like, as is clear from what ~we have said ( 481 2, 57 | speculative habits, as is clear from what has been said.~ 482 2, 58 | sensitive appetite. This is clear from the fact that passions 483 2, 59 | cannot be a passion. This is clear for three ~reasons. First, 484 2, 61 | other moral virtues, as is ~clear from what has been said 485 2, 61 | 3]). In this way it is ~clear that the aforesaid virtues 486 2, 61 | the Second Objection is clear. For temperance ~observes 487 2, 63 | Body Para. 3/6~To make this clear, it must be observed that 488 2, 64 | rule of reason. Now it is clear that between excess ~and 489 2, 65 | Para. 2/2~It is therefore clear from what has been said 490 2, 65 | works of virtue, as is clear from 1 Cor. 13:4, seqq.: " 491 2, 65 | Para. 2/2~It is therefore clear that the infused moral virtues 492 2, 66 | species. In this sense it is clear that one virtue ~is greater 493 2, 66 | most ~excellent. Now it is clear from what has been said ( 494 2, 67 | Body Para. 3/5~Now it is clear that imperfect knowledge 495 2, 67 | of faith: therefore it is clear that the ~knowledge of faith 496 2, 67 | to the Third Objection is clear from what has been said.~ 497 2, 67 | is not possessed, as is clear from ~what we have said 498 2, 67 | previously obscure, to ~become clear vision. It is therefore 499 2, 68 | contrary: ~which is especially clear with regard to charity, 500 2, 68 | judgments." Hence it is clear that ~these gifts extend


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