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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | faculty and ~its object. Now properly speaking, the object of 2 1, 1 | probable arguments; but ~properly uses the authority of the 3 1, 1 | Church as ~one that may properly be used, yet merely as probable. 4 1, 1 | words things are signified properly and figuratively. Nor is 5 1, 3 | Thus, because to punish is properly the act of an ~angry man, 6 1, 3 | either absolutely ~and properly, as a species contained 7 1, 5 | the same way. Since being properly signifies that ~something 8 1, 5 | actually is, and actuality properly correlates to potentiality; ~ 9 1, 5 | logically, ~for goodness properly relates to the appetite ( 10 1, 5 | relates ~to form, beauty properly belongs to the nature of 11 1, 5 | answer that, This division properly concerns human goodness. 12 1, 5 | find that this division properly concerns goodness as ~such. 13 1, 6 | comparable; as, sweetness is not properly greater or less ~than a 14 1, 8 | existence in all things is not ~properly described by way of essence, 15 1, 8 | be everywhere; ~and this properly belongs to God alone. For 16 1, 10 | that, Eternity truly and properly so called is in God alone, ~ 17 1, 12 | it is taken ~strictly and properly, according as something 18 1, 13 | these names, they belong properly to God, and more properly 19 1, 13 | properly to God, and more properly than they ~belong to creatures, 20 1, 13 | signification, they do not properly and strictly apply to ~God; 21 1, 13 | are synonymous, we cannot properly say "good God" or the like, 22 1, 13 | communicable in two ways: properly, and by ~similitude. It 23 1, 13 | and by ~similitude. It is properly communicable in the sense 24 1, 13 | instance ~this name "lion" is properly communicable to all things 25 1, 13 | however, what names are properly communicable, we must consider ~ 26 1, 13 | any ~individual thing is properly communicable to many, but 27 1, 13 | this name HE WHO IS most properly belongs to God.~Aquin.: 28 1, 13 | This name HE WHO IS is most properly applied to God, for ~three 29 1, 13 | absolute they are, the more properly they are applied to ~God. 30 1, 13 | existence; ~and this above all properly applies to God, whose existence 31 1, 13 | is the name of God more properly than ~this name "God," as 32 1, 15 | order of the universe is ~properly intended by God, and is 33 1, 15 | principle of ~knowledge, it is properly called a "type," and may 34 1, 16 | truth as known. Therefore, properly speaking, truth resides ~ 35 1, 16 | terms. For ~the true resides properly in the intellect, as stated ( 36 1, 16 | stated (A[1]); but being ~is properly in things. Therefore they 37 1, 16 | Now this cannot be said, ~properly speaking, of divine truth; 38 1, 16 | 1~I answer that, Truth, properly speaking, resides only in 39 1, 17 | of the ~intellect, we are properly said to understand a thing 40 1, 18 | life?~(3) Whether life is properly attributed to God?~(4) Whether 41 1, 18 | clear that those things ~are properly called living that move 42 1, 18 | whether it be movement properly so called, as the act of 43 1, 18 | however, life is used less properly for the operations from ~ 44 1, 18 | Para. 1/1~Whether life is properly attributed to God?~Aquin.: 45 1, 18 | It seems that life is not properly attributed to God. For things ~ 46 1, 18 | is in the highest degree properly in God. In proof ~of which 47 1, 19 | that which is called evil, properly ordered ~and disposed, commends 48 1, 19 | never attributed to God properly, since in its primary ~meaning 49 1, 19 | will is attributed to Him properly. ~Therefore in God there 50 1, 19 | will what by His will, ~properly speaking, He wills not; 51 1, 19 | said to will ~what He does, properly speaking, will. Hence there 52 1, 20 | as love and joy, can be properly predicated of God, though 53 1, 20 | as to them is benevolence properly ~speaking exercised. But 54 1, 21 | and with the powers that properly belong ~to it."~Aquin.: 55 1, 21 | to God; but it does most properly belong to ~Him to dispel 56 1, 21 | every ~defect, however, can properly be called a misery; but 57 1, 22 | ordered ~towards an end is, properly speaking, providence. For 58 1, 22 | effects. We must remember that properly speaking ~'necessary' and " 59 1, 23 | archer towards a mark. Hence, properly speaking, a rational creature, ~ 60 1, 23 | nature. Whence they cannot be properly said ~to be predestined; 61 1, 27 | principle; and this is properly called birth. Not everything 62 1, 27 | of generation cannot be properly and ~fully applied to it. 63 1, 27 | same nature; and so is ~properly called begotten, and Son. 64 1, 28 | OBJ 3: Although relations, properly speaking, do not arise or ~ 65 1, 29 | Therefore person is not properly ~defined as above.~Aquin.: 66 1, 29 | word ~"substance," which, properly speaking, corresponds in 67 1, 31 | suppositum"; and hence we can properly say that "the Son ~is other 68 1, 31 | term "difference" does not properly apply to ~God, as appears 69 1, 31 | So the common essence is ~properly and aptly expressed by the 70 1, 31 | together; ~for, as we can properly say that God is wise, we 71 1, 31 | This expression "alone," properly speaking, does not affect ~ 72 1, 31 | nothing ~else. Hence it is not properly said that the Father is 73 1, 31 | because this diction ~"alone," properly speaking, refers to the 74 1, 33 | person of the Father is properly signified by this name ~" 75 1, 33 | Whether this name "Father" is properly the name of a divine person? ~ 76 1, 33 | this name "Father" is not properly the name of ~a divine person. 77 1, 33 | this name "Father" is not ~properly a name signifying a Person.~ 78 1, 33 | more common term is more ~properly applied to God, as stated 79 1, 33 | of the Word in God is not properly called Father.~Aquin.: SMT 80 1, 33 | everything which is said properly of God, is said of God ~ 81 1, 33 | subsistence, and hence is ~not properly called begotten or son. 82 1, 33 | nature; and hence He is properly and not ~metaphorically 83 1, 33 | paternity" like the other terms ~properly applied to God, are said 84 1, 33 | of a lion, and which is properly so called, before it is 85 1, 34 | term "thought" does not properly apply to ~the Word of God. 86 1, 34 | For thought consists properly in the search after the 87 1, 34 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: As, properly speaking, Word in God is 88 1, 34 | Therefore if the Son is properly the word, He proceeds from 89 1, 34 | follows that the Son alone is properly called Word in God.~Aquin.: 90 1, 34 | its meaning: ~for as it properly belongs to the Son to be 91 1, 34 | Son to be the Son, so it properly ~belongs to Him to be God 92 1, 35 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Image, properly speaking, means whatever 93 1, 35 | which anything proceeds, is ~properly speaking called the exemplar, 94 1, 36 | Himself is called that ~properly which both are called in 95 1, 36 | loved, that person is most properly named "The Holy Ghost."~ 96 1, 36 | to proceed principally or properly from the Father, because ~ 97 1, 36 | another adjective, it cannot ~properly be said that the Father 98 1, 38 | must know that a gift is properly an unreturnable giving, 99 1, 38 | Reply OBJ 1: As the Son is properly called the Image because 100 1, 38 | the Father as love, He is properly ~called Gift, although the 101 1, 39 | regards the person, it may properly be said that the essence 102 1, 39 | name "God" and the like, ~properly according to their nature, 103 1, 39 | person. Thus the things which properly belong to the persons, can 104 1, 39 | form. ~Consequently, what properly belongs to the persons whereby 105 1, 39 | dissimilitude." So it seems that ~it properly belongs to the Son, Who 106 1, 39 | but ~belongs to the Son properly and strictly, according 107 1, 41 | origin. ~But origin can be properly designated only by certain 108 1, 41 | nothing, He could not be properly and truly called the Son, 109 1, 41 | in every agent, that is properly ~called power, by which 110 1, 43 | Whether a divine person can be properly sent?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] 111 1, 43 | divine person cannot be properly sent. For ~one who is sent 112 1, 43 | knowledge; and ~this is properly called wisdom [sapientia], 113 1, 45 | subsisting. Therefore creation properly speaking does not belong 114 1, 45 | the second emanation is properly ~produced by the first: 115 1, 45 | not the composite, ~is, properly speaking, that which is 116 1, 45 | be made and to be created properly belong to whatever ~being 117 1, 45 | which, indeed, belongs properly to subsisting things, ~whether 118 1, 45 | text 2) accident is more properly said to be ~"of a being" 119 1, 45 | created" ~things; whereas, properly speaking, created things 120 1, 45 | answer that, To create is, properly speaking, to cause or produce 121 1, 45 | Reply OBJ 2: A creature properly speaking is a thing self-subsisting; ~ 122 1, 45 | and to be created belong properly to a subsisting thing ~alone, 123 1, 45 | concreated." What, indeed, is properly made by ~the natural agent 124 1, 48 | the one tempted it is not, properly ~speaking, a fault; unless 125 1, 48 | But the evil of fault is properly opposed to ~uncreated good; 126 1, 50 | The ancients, however, not properly realizing the force of intelligence, ~ 127 1, 50 | OBJ 4: Further, form is properly limited and perfected by 128 1, 51 | 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Properly speaking, the angels do 129 1, 51 | 5 Para. 1/3~Reply OBJ 5: Properly speaking, the angels cannot 130 1, 54 | substance. For an action is properly the ~actuality of a power; 131 1, 54 | while deception in us comes properly from the phantasy, ~whereby 132 1, 55 | of the things which are properly contained in it, is more 133 1, 62 | to the ~good. And this is properly termed their morning knowledge.~ 134 1, 62 | already in its end cannot, properly speaking, be moved towards ~ 135 1, 63 | the choice which is not properly ~regulated, but not on the 136 1, 63 | pleasures. ~Consequently avarice properly so called cannot be in them. 137 1, 64 | for God; which knowledge properly belongs to the gift of ~ 138 1, 64 | deliberate will; and ~this is properly called his own act. Such 139 1, 65 | primarily all things, belongs ~properly to the causality of the 140 1, 65 | 27,28), proves, ~what is, properly speaking, made, is the " 141 1, 67 | made manifest belongs more properly to spiritual ~things than 142 1, 67 | manifestation of every kind, it ~may properly be applied to spiritual 143 1, 67 | intersection, reflection, belong ~properly to bodies; and all these 144 1, 68 | equivocally only, ~they could not properly be called many. If, then, 145 1, 73 | I answer that, Rest is, properly speaking, opposed to movement, 146 1, 75 | united to the body, so that, properly ~speaking, not the soul 147 1, 76 | consist in this operation as properly ~belonging to him. Man must 148 1, 76 | the intellectual soul is properly united to such a body?~Aquin.: 149 1, 76 | incorruptible. Therefore it is not properly united ~to a corruptible 150 1, 76 | whole does, and ~therefore, properly speaking, we cannot say 151 1, 76 | and essential perfection, properly and essentially belongs 152 1, 77 | horse; and therefore it is properly ~predicated of each part. 153 1, 77 | of each part, but not so properly as the universal whole. 154 1, 38 | must know that a gift is properly an unreturnable ~giving, 155 1, 38 | Reply OBJ 1: As the Son is properly called the Image because 156 1, 38 | the Father as love, He is properly ~called Gift, although the 157 1, 39 | regards the person, it may properly be said that the essence 158 1, 39 | name "God" and the like, ~properly according to their nature, 159 1, 39 | person. Thus the things which properly belong to the persons, can 160 1, 39 | form. ~Consequently, what properly belongs to the persons whereby 161 1, 39 | dissimilitude." So it seems that ~it properly belongs to the Son, Who 162 1, 39 | but ~belongs to the Son properly and strictly, according 163 1, 41 | origin. ~But origin can be properly designated only by certain 164 1, 41 | nothing, He could not be properly and truly called the Son, 165 1, 41 | in every agent, that is properly ~called power, by which 166 1, 43 | Whether a divine person can be properly sent?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] 167 1, 43 | divine person cannot be properly sent. For ~one who is sent 168 1, 43 | knowledge; and ~this is properly called wisdom [sapientia], 169 1, 46 | subsisting. Therefore creation properly speaking does not belong 170 1, 46 | the second emanation is properly ~produced by the first: 171 1, 46 | not the composite, ~is, properly speaking, that which is 172 1, 46 | be made and to be created properly belong to whatever ~being 173 1, 46 | which, indeed, belongs properly to subsisting things, ~whether 174 1, 46 | text 2) accident is more properly said to be ~"of a being" 175 1, 46 | created" ~things; whereas, properly speaking, created things 176 1, 46 | answer that, To create is, properly speaking, to cause or produce 177 1, 46 | Reply OBJ 2: A creature properly speaking is a thing self-subsisting; ~ 178 1, 46 | and to be created belong properly to a subsisting thing ~alone, 179 1, 46 | concreated." What, indeed, is properly made by ~the natural agent 180 1, 49 | the one tempted it is not, properly ~speaking, a fault; unless 181 1, 49 | But the evil of fault is properly opposed to ~uncreated good; 182 1, 51 | The ancients, however, not properly realizing the force of intelligence, ~ 183 1, 51 | OBJ 4: Further, form is properly limited and perfected by 184 1, 52 | 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Properly speaking, the angels do 185 1, 52 | 5 Para. 1/3~Reply OBJ 5: Properly speaking, the angels cannot 186 1, 55 | substance. For an action is properly the ~actuality of a power; 187 1, 55 | while deception in us comes properly from the phantasy, ~whereby 188 1, 56 | of the things which are properly contained in it, is more 189 1, 63 | to the ~good. And this is properly termed their morning knowledge.~ 190 1, 63 | already in its end cannot, properly speaking, be moved towards ~ 191 1, 64 | the choice which is not properly ~regulated, but not on the 192 1, 64 | pleasures. ~Consequently avarice properly so called cannot be in them. 193 1, 65 | for God; which knowledge properly belongs to the gift of ~ 194 1, 65 | deliberate will; and ~this is properly called his own act. Such 195 1, 66 | primarily all things, belongs ~properly to the causality of the 196 1, 66 | 27,28), proves, ~what is, properly speaking, made, is the " 197 1, 68 | made manifest belongs more properly to spiritual ~things than 198 1, 68 | manifestation of every kind, it ~may properly be applied to spiritual 199 1, 68 | intersection, reflection, belong ~properly to bodies; and all these 200 1, 69 | equivocally only, ~they could not properly be called many. If, then, 201 1, 72 | I answer that, Rest is, properly speaking, opposed to movement, 202 1, 74 | united to the body, so that, properly ~speaking, not the soul 203 1, 75 | consist in this operation as properly ~belonging to him. Man must 204 1, 75 | the intellectual soul is properly united to such a body?~Aquin.: 205 1, 75 | incorruptible. Therefore it is not properly united ~to a corruptible 206 1, 75 | whole does, and ~therefore, properly speaking, we cannot say 207 1, 75 | and essential perfection, properly and essentially belongs 208 1, 76 | horse; and therefore it is properly ~predicated of each part. 209 1, 76 | of each part, but not so properly as the universal whole. 210 1, 77 | five exterior senses are properly distinguished?~Aquin.: SMT 211 1, 77 | which belongs to the senses properly and ~"per se." Now, sense 212 1, 78 | from the intellect, which ~properly belongs to the angel: whence 213 1, 78 | This word "intelligence" properly signifies the ~intellect' 214 1, 78 | Para. 1/2 ~I answer that, Properly speaking, conscience is 215 1, 78 | what we ~do. Wherefore, properly speaking, conscience denominates 216 1, 80 | apprehensive power is not so properly called a ~movement as the 217 1, 82 | comparison. But to "reason," properly speaking, is to come ~from 218 1, 82 | knowledge of another: wherefore, properly speaking, ~we reason about 219 1, 82 | something else: wherefore, properly speaking, it regards the ~ 220 1, 84 | material thing; ~and hence, properly speaking, the intellect 221 1, 89 | OBJ 3: That which differs, properly speaking, differs in ~something; 222 1, 89 | mode of existence. Now that properly exists which itself ~has 223 1, 89 | Wherefore ~only substances are properly and truly called beings; 224 1, 89 | non-subsistent forms. Therefore, properly ~speaking, it does not belong 225 1, 90 | imperfect animals ~from properly disposed matter: for it 226 1, 92 | intellectual creatures ~alone, properly speaking, are made to God' 227 1, 92 | and the Son is ~not thus properly represented.~Aquin.: SMT 228 1, 92 | 1~Whether "likeness" is properly distinguished from "image"?~ 229 1, 92 | seem that "likeness" is not properly distinguished from ~"image." 230 1, 92 | image." For "genus" is not properly distinguished from "species." 231 1, 92 | Therefore "likeness" is not properly to be ~distinguished from " 232 1, 92 | properties, wherein the image is ~properly to be seen. In this sense 233 1, 96 | 76], A[1]), it was most properly endowed at the beginning ~ 234 1, 96 | spirit according to what properly belongs to itself, and not 235 1, 96 | communicate to the body what properly belongs to itself ~as a 236 1, 104 | all things God Himself ~is properly the cause of universal being 237 1, 104 | done by God alone, are not, properly speaking, miracles, because 238 1, 107 | orders of the angels are properly named?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 239 1, 107 | orders of the angels are not properly ~named. For all the heavenly 240 1, 107 | heavenly spirits is not properly called "Dominations."~Aquin.: 241 1, 107 | names do not seem to be properly applied to three orders.~ 242 1, 107 | orders of angels are not ~properly styled.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 243 1, 107 | instance, ~when we wish properly to name a man, we should 244 1, 107 | being first among them, are ~properly called "princes," according 245 1, 107 | grades of the orders are properly assigned?~Aquin.: SMT FP 246 1, 107 | grades of the orders are not properly ~assigned. For the order 247 1, 108 | can be no enlightenment properly speaking among the ~demons. 248 1, 108 | 107], A[2]), enlightenment properly ~speaking is the manifestation 249 1, 109 | Did. vi, 8), what is made, properly speaking, is the "composite": ~ 250 1, 109 | the "composite": ~for this properly speaking, is, as it were, 251 1, 109 | consequently neither is a form, properly speaking, ~made; for that 252 1, 109 | I answer that, A miracle properly so called is when something 253 1, 109 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Properly speaking, as said above, 254 1, 111 | sent to external ministry ~properly belongs to an angel according 255 1, 113 | answer that, To tempt is, properly speaking, to make trial 256 1, 115 | what is ~accidental, is properly speaking neither a being, 257 1, 116 | Therefore to be a ~master is properly an honor due to God. But 258 1, 117 | the nature of generation properly so called. ~Fourthly, because 259 1, 118 | belong to true ~human nature, properly speaking. However, this 260 2, 1 | done by man those alone are properly called ~"human," which are 261 2, 1 | those ~actions alone are properly called human, of which man 262 2, 1 | Therefore those ~actions are properly called human which proceed 263 2, 1 | actions "of ~a man," but not properly "human" actions, since they 264 2, 1 | Such like actions are not properly human actions; since ~they 265 2, 1 | Luc.) "morality is said properly of man," ~moral acts properly 266 2, 1 | properly of man," ~moral acts properly speaking receive their species 267 2, 6 | And since those acts are properly called human which are voluntary, ~ 268 2, 6 | away voluntariness. And yet properly ~speaking it would not result 269 2, 7 | Whether the circumstances are properly set forth in the third book 270 2, 7 | the circumstances are not properly set forth ~in Ethic. iii, 271 2, 7 | above (Q[1], A[1]), acts are properly called ~human, inasmuch 272 2, 8 | regard to its act, then, properly ~speaking, volition is of 273 2, 8 | end. ~Wherefore volition, properly speaking, is of the end 274 2, 8 | Thus, ~to understand, is properly directed to things that 275 2, 8 | it and means that belong properly to that art.~Aquin.: SMT 276 2, 11 | as in the last end, is ~properly called fruit; and this it 277 2, 11 | and this it is that one is properly said to enjoy. ~But that 278 2, 11 | cannot be said to enjoy it ~properly or as though it answered 279 2, 11 | A[3]), enjoyment is not properly ~otherwise than of the last 280 2, 11 | end. Therefore enjoyment, properly speaking, is only of the 281 2, 11 | last end is not enjoyment properly speaking, as falling short 282 2, 11 | possessed, is ~enjoyment properly speaking, but imperfect, 283 2, 12 | evident that intention, properly speaking, is an act of the 284 2, 12 | way, which is to intend properly and ~principally, as stated 285 2, 13 | Consequently choice belongs properly to the will, and not to 286 2, 14 | 1~I answer that, Counsel properly implies a conference held 287 2, 14 | of counsel is concerned, properly speaking, with contingent ~ 288 2, 14 | contingent. ~Consequently, properly speaking, counsel is about 289 2, 15 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Sense, properly speaking, belongs to the 290 2, 15 | the thing itself, is more ~properly said to consent: whereas 291 2, 15 | FP, Q[59], A[2], is ~more properly said to assent: although 292 2, 15 | I answer that, Consent, properly speaking, is not in irrational 293 2, 15 | irrational ~animal is not properly said to consent: this is 294 2, 15 | removed, ~provided that, properly speaking, it follow from 295 2, 15 | s ~decision is consent, properly speaking. Consequently, 296 2, 15 | about the means, consent, properly speaking, is of nothing 297 2, 16 | principal agent. Now action is properly ~ascribed, not to the instrument, 298 2, 16 | is evident that ~use is, properly speaking, an act of the 299 2, 16 | operations. Wherefore, properly speaking, they do not apply 300 2, 16 | Therefore, simply and properly speaking, a man enjoys money, 301 2, 17 | appetitive power is not, properly speaking, a commanding ~ 302 2, 17 | naturally, and consequently, properly speaking, is ~not subject 303 2, 18 | its object. The end is ~properly the object of the interior 304 2, 18 | or foot; such an action, properly speaking, is not moral or 305 2, 18 | states that a man is evil, properly ~speaking, if he be hurtful 306 2, 19 | of the ~will is derived properly from the objects.~Aquin.: 307 2, 19 | goodness of the will ~depends properly on the object. Now the will' 308 2, 19 | says (Ethic. vii, 9) ~that "properly speaking the incontinent 309 2, 21 | evil: ~whereas sin consists properly in an action done for a 310 2, 21 | order to the end, ~consists properly in an action. On the other 311 2, 22 | members." ~Now sins are, properly speaking, in the soul. Therefore 312 2, 22 | transmutation; wherefore ~passion properly so called cannot be in the 313 2, 22 | better: hence sorrow ~is more properly a passion than joy.~Aquin.: 314 2, 22 | passion ~in the soul occurs, properly speaking, in respect of 315 2, 22 | above (A[1]) passion is properly to be found ~where there 316 2, 22 | evident that passion is more properly in the act of the ~sensitive 317 2, 23 | reason of hatred, which is properly a concupiscible passion; 318 2, 23 | this contrariety belongs properly to ~changes, i.e. to generation, 319 2, 23 | of termini, and belongs properly to movements: ~thus whitening, 320 2, 24 | man: since "morals are ~properly predicated of man," as Ambrose 321 2, 26 | dilection?~(4) Whether love is properly divided into love of friendship, 322 2, 26 | that love is a passion: ~properly so called, according as 323 2, 26 | Para. 1/1~Whether love is properly divided into love of friendship 324 2, 26 | would seem that love is not properly divided into love of ~friendship 325 2, 26 | Therefore love ~is not properly divided into love of concupiscence 326 2, 26 | concupiscence. For a friend is, ~properly speaking, one to whom we 327 2, 27 | I answer that, Likeness, properly speaking, is a cause of 328 2, 27 | concupiscence, the lover, properly speaking, loves himself, 329 2, 28 | But it does not arise, ~properly speaking, in the case of 330 2, 29 | Para. 1/3~I answer that, Properly speaking, it is impossible 331 2, 29 | a man to ~hate himself, properly speaking.~Aquin.: SMT FS 332 2, 30 | concupiscentia." Therefore, properly speaking, ~concupiscence 333 2, 30 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Properly speaking, desire may be 334 2, 30 | wherein ~concupiscence properly consists, belongs to the 335 2, 31 | sensitive appetite, are properly ~called passions, as stated 336 2, 31 | the character of passion, properly speaking, ~when accompanied 337 2, 33 | taken in two ways; first, properly, as denoting a ~craving 338 2, 35 | sensitive appetite, ~is most properly called a passion of the 339 2, 35 | as bodily ailments ~are properly called passions of the body. 340 2, 35 | understood as being the case ~properly speaking. The reason is 341 2, 35 | knowing the other. Wherefore, properly ~speaking, there cannot 342 2, 36 | the present ~evil is more properly the cause of sorrow or pain, 343 2, 40 | something good; since, properly speaking, hope regards only 344 2, 40 | movement towards things belongs properly to the appetite: whereas ~ 345 2, 40 | simply to hope for it. But, properly speaking, he is said to 346 2, 41 | passions. Secondly, more properly speaking, ~passion is a 347 2, 41 | appetitive power; and more properly still, ~it is a movement 348 2, 41 | transmutation. And, again, most ~properly those movements are called 349 2, 41 | good. Wherefore it has most properly the character of passion; ~ 350 2, 42 | consequently evil of sin, properly speaking, is not an object ~ 351 2, 42 | led by them to sin. But, properly speaking, a man thus disposed, 352 2, 45 | the conjoined evil. Hence, properly speaking, daring is not ~ 353 2, 46 | Rhet. ii, 4). Therefore properly ~speaking, anger is not 354 2, 46 | angry with himself. But properly, and in ~accordance with 355 2, 49 | qualities. For quality, properly speaking, implies a ~certain 356 2, 49 | habit. Again, disposition, properly so called, can be divided 357 2, 50 | of habit: and therefore, ~properly speaking, there can be no 358 2, 50 | whereby one considers is properly in ~the intellect itself.~ 359 2, 54 | to ~operation, and belong properly to the powers; thus, again, 360 2, 56 | apprehension, is not a habit properly so called, but something 361 2, 56 | though memory were a virtue properly so called: but one of the ~ 362 2, 57 | the work. ~Art, therefore, properly speaking, is an operative 363 2, 58 | inclination to an action belongs properly to the ~appetitive power, 364 2, 60 | justice and its parts are properly about operations as their 365 2, 60 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Justice properly so called is one special 366 2, 61 | ad 3). Hence they should properly be called not human, but ~" 367 2, 64 | good. Now moral virtue is properly a ~perfection of the appetitive 368 2, 64 | OBJ 3: Further, a mean is, properly speaking, between contraries, 369 2, 65 | charity, they are not virtues properly so-called; ~because the 370 2, 67 | only the present. And yet, properly ~speaking, neither in the 371 2, 67 | the saints, but not hope, properly speaking; neither as a ~ 372 2, 67 | he that has money is not, properly speaking, said to hope for 373 2, 67 | glory of the soul ~are not, properly speaking, said to hope for 374 2, 68 | belongs to ~temperance, properly speaking, to restrain man 375 2, 69 | the maimed," etc.; which, properly, is to have ~mercy: hence 376 2, 71 | virtue is ordained: since, properly speaking, sin denotes an 377 2, 71 | vice is opposed to virtue properly as such.~Aquin.: SMT FS 378 2, 71 | the ~order of reason is, properly speaking, contrary to the 379 2, 71 | sin apparently consists properly in aversion from the ~end: 380 2, 72 | it follows that sins are properly ~distinguished in species 381 2, 72 | material" cause regard properly the substance of a thing; 382 2, 72 | this distinction of sins is properly one of different ~species 383 2, 72 | however, that although, properly speaking, negation is ~not 384 2, 74 | consent ~to an action belongs properly to the higher reason, while 385 2, 84 | a head]. Now ~the head, properly speaking, is that part of 386 2, 86 | answer that, A stain is properly ascribed to corporeal things, 387 2, 87 | like are not punishments properly speaking, they ~are not 388 2, 88 | gives us happiness, ~which, properly speaking, is to use, according 389 2, 89 | comeliness. Therefore, ~properly speaking, venial sin does 390 2, 89 | temporal ~punishment belongs properly to venial sin, as stated 391 2, 90 | aright. ~But it belongs properly to the will to move to act, 392 2, 90 | the law must needs regard properly the relationship to ~universal 393 2, 90 | 1~I answer that, A law, properly speaking, regards first 394 2, 90 | but not such as to have properly the force of law.~Aquin.: 395 2, 90 | OBJ 2: Further, it belongs properly to a law to bind one to 396 2, 91 | the rational ~creature is properly called a law, since a law 397 2, 93 | of ~someone: wherefore, properly speaking, none imposes a 398 2, 94 | habit in two ways. First, ~properly and essentially: and thus 399 2, 94 | a law cannot be a habit properly and essentially. ~Aquin.: 400 2, 95 | therefore animal is ~divided properly and of itself in respect 401 2, 95 | human law can be ~divided properly and of itself. For in the 402 2, 96 | its coercive power; since, properly speaking, no man is coerced 403 2, 97 | answer that, Dispensation, properly speaking, denotes a measuring 404 2, 99 | not steal": and these are properly called "precepts." ~Other 405 2, 100 | 1/2~Reply OBJ 2: Justice properly so called regards the duty 406 2, 100 | virtue seems to consist properly in working ~willingly and 407 2, 100 | Ethic. x, 9, because ~that properly falls under the precept 408 2, 100 | which firmness belongs properly to a habit, and implies 409 2, 100 | mode of charity consists properly speaking in doing ~all things 410 2, 100 | Just as "healthy" is said properly and first of that ~which 411 2, 100 | justification means first and properly the ~causing of justice; 412 2, 100 | we speak of justification properly so called, then we must 413 2, 101 | Wherefore those precepts are properly called ~ceremonial, which 414 2, 102 | the sacraments are, ~properly speaking, things applied 415 2, 110 | corrupted belong to what is, properly ~speaking, no accident comes 416 2, 1 | God, so that ~its object, properly speaking, is God, as we 417 2, 2 | In this way thought is, properly speaking, the movement of 418 2, 2 | consequent to the object ~properly so called. Thus it belongs 419 2, 2 | called. Thus it belongs properly and directly to the object ~ 420 2, 2 | lovable things which ~are properly and directly the objects 421 2, 2 | of obedience is seated, properly speaking, in ~the will; 422 2, 2 | object of faith ~includes, properly and directly, that thing 423 2, 3 | Outward actions belong properly to the virtue to whose ~ 424 2, 3 | of ~matters of faith is properly an act of faith, so too 425 2, 4 | the true," ~which pertains properly to the intellect. Consequently 426 2, 8 | life, wherefore folly is properly opposed to wisdom, which ~ 427 2, 8 | conclude that the fruit which properly responds to the ~gift of 428 2, 9 | of ~Divine things may be properly called wisdom, and the knowledge 429 2, 9 | knowledge of human ~affairs may properly receive the name of knowledge."~ 430 2, 9 | about creatures belongs properly to ~knowledge. Now it is 431 2, 11 | Para. 1/1~Whether heresy is properly about matters of faith?~ 432 2, 11 | seem that heresy is not properly about matters of faith. ~ 433 2, 11 | Therefore heresy is not properly about the matter of faith.~ 434 2, 11 | Therefore heresy is not properly about ~the matter of faith.~ 435 2, 12 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Properly speaking, the sin of blasphemy 436 2, 12 | and is not a blasphemy properly so called. In the second ~ 437 2, 13 | habit; but this is not, properly speaking, to sin ~against 438 2, 13 | withdrawn from sin. ~This is, properly speaking, to sin against 439 2, 16 | ought to hope for from God properly and chiefly is the infinite ~ 440 2, 16 | to God. But this belongs properly to ~charity. Therefore hope 441 2, 16 | assist: whereas charity, properly ~speaking, makes us tend 442 2, 18 | Accordingly worldly love is, properly speaking, the ~love whereby 443 2, 18 | that, Poverty of spirit properly corresponds to fear. Because, ~ 444 2, 20 | merits. This presumption is, properly, the ~sin against the Holy 445 2, 20 | in speaking of evils, and properly ~applied in speaking of 446 2, 24 | wish good ~things, while, properly speaking, we cannot wish 447 2, 24 | because it is not competent, properly speaking, to ~possess good, 448 2, 24 | way we must hold that, ~properly speaking, a man is not a 449 2, 25 | even as God is, it belongs properly to the father to ~receive 450 2, 26 | I answer that, Goodwill properly speaking is that act of 451 2, 28 | Body Para. 2/2~For concord, properly speaking, is between one 452 2, 28 | Para. 1/1~Whether evil is properly the motive of mercy?~Aquin.: 453 2, 28 | OBJ 1: It would seem that, properly speaking, evil is not the 454 2, 28 | ii, 8). Therefore ~evil, properly speaking, is not an incentive 455 2, 28 | distress, it is ~directed, properly speaking, towards another, 456 2, 28 | 2/2~Accordingly just as, properly speaking, a man does not 457 2, 28 | character" ~(Rhet. ii, 9). Properly speaking, however, it is 458 2, 30 | clear that almsgiving is, properly speaking, an act of mercy. ~ 459 2, 30 | whoredom. This is filthy lucre properly so called, ~because the 460 2, 30 | just as a man does not, ~properly speaking, pity himself, 461 2, 30 | Q[30], AA[1],2), so too, properly speaking, no man gives ~ 462 2, 31 | is ~fraternal correction properly so called, which is directed 463 2, 33 | detest them, and this is properly called ~"malice." In so 464 2, 34 | we have not: and this, properly speaking, ~is zeal, as the 465 2, 34 | surpasses ours; this is envy properly speaking, and is ~always 466 2, 37 | Hence the sin of schism is, ~properly speaking, a special sin, 467 2, 37 | Accordingly schismatics properly so called are those who, 468 2, 37 | and so it is not schism ~properly so called.~Aquin.: SMT SS 469 2, 38 | Nor can these ambushes be properly called deceptions, nor are 470 2, 39 | sin, and one cannot say properly ~that there is strife on 471 2, 39 | by strife, and belongs properly to anger which is the desire 472 2, 39 | A[6], ad 2). ~Therefore, properly speaking, strife arises 473 2, 39 | the daughter of ~vainglory properly and directly.~ 474 2, 40 | they differ in that war is, properly speaking, ~carried on against 475 2, 41 | sin; and this is scandal properly so called.~Aquin.: SMT SS 476 2, 41 | does such ~an act does, properly speaking, afford an occasion 477 2, 41 | answer that, Active scandal, properly so called, occurs when a 478 2, 45 | pertains to prudence, belongs properly to the ~reason, because 479 2, 45 | therefore that prudence, properly speaking, is in the reason.~ 480 2, 45 | two, counsel belongs more ~properly to prudence, since the Philosopher 481 2, 45 | that solicitude belongs properly to prudence, and for this ~ 482 2, 45 | ruling and governing ~belong properly to the reason; and therefore 483 2, 46 | prudence, if we take them properly, are the prudence whereby ~ 484 2, 46 | belong also to ~prudence properly so called, since it argues 485 2, 47 | none of these seems to ~be properly implied by foresight. Therefore 486 2, 47 | AA[6],13), prudence ~is properly about the means to an end, 487 2, 47 | foresight does not apply properly to speculative, but only 488 2, 48 | and justice - belong most properly to a king, ~according to 489 2, 49 | above (A[1]), virtue is properly directed to ~an act which 490 2, 50 | OBJ 3: Further, it belongs properly to prudence to direct, as 491 2, 50 | answer that, Counsel is properly about things useful for 492 2, 51 | secondly, as a contrary. Properly speaking it is not taken 493 2, 51 | act is taken away, wherein properly speaking ~the sin of imprudence 494 2, 51 | what is meant by rashness properly speaking, ~wherefore it 495 2, 52 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Properly speaking the matter of negligence 496 2, 53 | of the ~flesh signifies properly the prudence of a man who 497 2, 53 | their mutual ~resemblance. Properly speaking, however, craftiness 498 2, 53 | them out, and this belongs properly to craftiness, even as ~ 499 2, 53 | Just as craftiness is taken properly in a bad sense, and ~improperly 500 2, 53 | whereas "fraud" belongs more properly to ~the execution of craftiness


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