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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 2 | changes it. Now it is not possible ~that the same thing should 2 1, 2 | neither is it, indeed, possible) in which a thing is found 3 1, 2 | efficient causes it is not possible to go on to ~infinity, because 4 1, 2 | efficient causes it is ~possible to go on to infinity, there 5 1, 2 | in nature things that are possible to be and not to be, since 6 1, 2 | consequently, they are ~possible to be and not to be. But 7 1, 2 | exist, for that which is possible not to be at some time is 8 1, 2 | Therefore, if everything is possible not to be, then at one time 9 1, 2 | not all beings are merely ~possible, but there must exist something 10 1, 3 | untruth; since it is not possible for God to enter into ~the 11 1, 7 | infinity. ~Therefore it is possible for magnitude to be infinite.~ 12 1, 7 | so on. Now what ~is not possible in any species cannot exist 13 1, 7 | actually infinite multitude is possible. For it ~is not impossible 14 1, 7 | infinity. Therefore it is possible for an infinite ~multitude 15 1, 7 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, it is possible for any individual of any 16 1, 7 | number of actual figures is possible.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[7] A[4] 17 1, 7 | infinite number of things is possible.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[7] A[4] 18 1, 7 | potentially infinite ~multitude is possible; because the increase of 19 1, 7 | multitude. Hence it is not possible for ~an actually infinite 20 1, 9 | before they existed, were possible, not by any ~created power, 21 1, 10 | always goes on, yet it is possible to ~note in time both the 22 1, 10 | sometimes fail to be, ~which is possible to God to allow; even granted 23 1, 12 | see the ~essence of God is possible to the created intellect 24 1, 12 | mirror. But all actual or possible things shine forth in God 25 1, 12 | things in Him, and also all possible things.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 26 1, 12 | essence. Therefore it is possible to ~see the essence of God 27 1, 12 | more ~clearly. It is not possible, therefore, that the soul 28 1, 14 | any way are. Now ~it is possible that things that are not 29 1, 14 | they be, ~but that they be possible.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[14] A[ 30 1, 14 | actual but also things ~possible to Himself or to created 31 1, 14 | things actual but also things possible to Him and creature; and ~ 32 1, 14 | thus if I said, "It ~is possible for a white thing to be 33 1, 19 | amongst others, so far ~as possible. Hence we see that every 34 1, 19 | to communicate as far as possible to others the good possessed; ~ 35 1, 19 | good to others as much as possible. Thus, then, He wills both 36 1, 19 | necessary, and being that is possible ~not to be, are one and 37 1, 19 | thing that He wills, it is possible for Him not to ~will it, 38 1, 19 | will it, and therefore possible for Him to will what He 39 1, 19 | changed is another. It is possible to will a ~thing to be done 40 1, 20 | ourselves good; and, so far as possible, union with that good. So ~ 41 1, 23 | Further, granted what is possible, nothing impossible follows. ~ 42 1, 23 | impossible follows. ~But it is possible that one predestined - e.g. 43 1, 23 | Reply OBJ 2: Although it is possible for one who is predestinated ~ 44 1, 23 | mortal sin; yet it is not possible, ~supposed, as in fact it 45 1, 23 | regards ~the former, in no possible way can predestination be 46 1, 25 | Therefore the greatest act possible to the divine power is to ~ 47 1, 25 | showing those things to ~be possible which it judges to be impossible." 48 1, 25 | nothing is to be judged possible or impossible in reference 49 1, 25 | omnipotent, all things would be ~possible; nothing, therefore impossible. 50 1, 25 | is said in reference to possible things, this phrase, ~"God 51 1, 25 | do ~all things that are possible; and for this reason He 52 1, 25 | a thing is ~said to be possible in two ways. First in relation 53 1, 25 | human power is said to be possible to man. ~Secondly absolutely, 54 1, 25 | to do all things that are possible to created nature; for the ~ 55 1, 25 | can do all things that are possible to His ~power, there would 56 1, 25 | do ~all things that are possible absolutely; which is the 57 1, 25 | way of ~saying a thing is possible. For a thing is said to 58 1, 25 | For a thing is said to be possible or ~impossible absolutely, 59 1, 25 | terms ~stand to one another, possible if the predicate is not 60 1, 25 | there corresponds a thing ~possible as its proper object according 61 1, 25 | numbered among the ~absolutely possible things, in respect of which 62 1, 25 | the idea of an absolutely possible thing, within the scope 63 1, 25 | nature of a feasible or possible thing. Therefore, everything 64 1, 25 | is numbered amongst those possible ~things, in respect of which 65 1, 25 | Reply OBJ 4: The absolute possible is not so called in reference 66 1, 25 | reference to itself. But ~the possible in reference to some power 67 1, 25 | reference to some power is named possible in reference to ~its proximate 68 1, 25 | the ~like - are said to be possible in reference to a higher 69 1, 25 | inferior causes ~are said to be possible in reference to those inferior 70 1, 25 | they fall short of being possible; so, also, if we regard 71 1, 27 | that no other procession is possible in God but ~the procession 72 1, 28 | says (De Trin. iv), "All possible predicaments used as regards ~ 73 1, 31 | there exists ~the greatest possible unity. Therefore this word " 74 1, 33 | OBJ 3: Further, it is not possible to compare things which 75 1, 36 | Further "the actual and the possible do not differ in things ~ 76 1, 36 | less so in God. But it is ~possible for the Holy Ghost to be 77 1, 40 | generator. Hence it is not possible ~that what is generated 78 1, 40 | so it must be the least possible distinction. So the ~distinction 79 1, 40 | distinguishes the least ~possible; and this is by relation.~ 80 1, 41 | object of power is what is possible. But the divine ~persons 81 1, 41 | persons are not regarded as possible, but necessary. Therefore, 82 1, 41 | Para. 1/1 ~Reply OBJ 2: Possible, as opposed to what is necessary, 83 1, 41 | but only in the sense of ~possible as contained in what is 84 1, 41 | can be said that as it is possible for God to be, so also is 85 1, 41 | God to be, so also is it possible ~that the Son should be 86 1, 41 | in God. But this is not possible. For in every agent, that 87 1, 41 | contrary, In God "that which is possible," and "that which is" do ~ 88 1, 41 | therefore, in God it were possible for there to be ~several 89 1, 41 | this, indeed, would not be possible except owing to a ~material 90 1, 44 | it; and therefore it is ~possible that some beings should 91 1, 44 | as such, therefore is it possible for us to find a being uncaused.~ 92 1, 44 | antecedent and consequent be possible or impossible.~Aquin.: SMT 93 1, 45 | immaterial substance it is not possible to presuppose anything whereby 94 1, 46 | which begins ~to exist, is a possible being before it exists: 95 1, 46 | began to exist, it was ~a possible being before it began to 96 1, 46 | before it began to exist. But possible being is matter, ~which 97 1, 46 | the world existed it was possible for the world to ~be, not, 98 1, 46 | thing is ~called absolutely possible, not in relation to any 99 1, 46 | each other; in ~which sense possible is opposed to impossible, 100 1, 46 | place, according as it is ~possible to imagine other dimensions 101 1, 47 | its matter. For it is ~not possible for there to be another 102 1, 49 | Julian. i, 9): "There is no ~possible source of evil except good."~ 103 1, 50 | corporeal things. For it is not possible that a ~spiritual and a 104 1, 50 | that there is the least possible number in the ~angelic nature.~ 105 1, 53 | his movement: which is not possible.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[53] A[ 106 1, 53 | be not continuous, it is possible for him to ~pass from one 107 1, 53 | infinite ~places: which is not possible. Accordingly, then, as the 108 1, 53 | such time. ~Hence it is not possible for anything to rest in 109 1, 53 | other term. But this is possible in movement: because ~to 110 1, 57 | object known. But it is not possible for any assimilation ~to 111 1, 58 | thing not possessed but possible to ~have, whoever desires 112 1, 62 | it does ~not appear to be possible for anyone to enjoy beatitude, 113 1, 63 | as a consequence, it was possible for envy also to be in them, ~ 114 1, 63 | regards only things which ~are possible, regarding which one takes 115 1, 63 | even supposing it were ~possible, it would be against the 116 1, 63 | intelligible speech, it was possible for the others to ~consent 117 1, 65 | between what is and what is possible: ~especially as no dignity 118 1, 67 | of any other, nor is it possible, naturally speaking, for 119 1, 68 | Body Para. 8/8~Another possible explanation is to understand 120 1, 70 | it. It ~is not, however, possible that the functions of nutrition, 121 1, 73 | any ~movement further is possible, movement cannot be called 122 1, 75 | soul. So that it is not possible for the angel and the soul ~ 123 1, 76 | a double subject, in the possible intellect, and in ~the phantasms 124 1, 76 | intelligible species the possible intellect is linked to the 125 1, 76 | species of phantasms ~in the possible intellect. Now it is clear 126 1, 76 | of ~phantasms are in the possible intellect, it does not follow 127 1, 76 | that understanding is not possible through ~a corporeal instrument ( 128 1, 76 | instruments, in no way is it possible to say that Socrates and 129 1, 76 | 4/4~However, it would be possible to distinguish my intellectual 130 1, 76 | you, were a form of the ~possible intellect; since the same 131 1, 76 | itself ~is not a form of the possible intellect; it is the intelligible 132 1, 77 | those to whom beatitude is possible; therefore the human soul 133 1, 40 | generator. Hence it is not possible ~that what is generated 134 1, 40 | so it must be the least possible distinction. So the ~distinction 135 1, 40 | distinguishes the least ~possible; and this is by relation.~ 136 1, 41 | object of power is what is possible. But the divine ~persons 137 1, 41 | persons are not regarded as possible, but necessary. Therefore, 138 1, 41 | Para. 1/1 ~Reply OBJ 2: Possible, as opposed to what is necessary, 139 1, 41 | but only in the sense of ~possible as contained in what is 140 1, 41 | can be said that as it is possible for God to be, so also is 141 1, 41 | God to be, so also is it possible ~that the Son should be 142 1, 41 | in God. But this is not possible. For in every agent, that 143 1, 41 | contrary, In God "that which is possible," and "that which is" do ~ 144 1, 41 | therefore, in God it were possible for there to be ~several 145 1, 41 | this, indeed, would not be possible except owing to a ~material 146 1, 45 | it; and therefore it is ~possible that some beings should 147 1, 45 | as such, therefore is it possible for us to find a being uncaused.~ 148 1, 45 | antecedent and consequent be possible or impossible.~Aquin.: SMT 149 1, 46 | immaterial substance it is not possible to presuppose anything whereby 150 1, 47 | which begins ~to exist, is a possible being before it exists: 151 1, 47 | began to exist, it was ~a possible being before it began to 152 1, 47 | before it began to exist. But possible being is matter, ~which 153 1, 47 | the world existed it was possible for the world to ~be, not, 154 1, 47 | thing is ~called absolutely possible, not in relation to any 155 1, 47 | each other; in ~which sense possible is opposed to impossible, 156 1, 47 | place, according as it is ~possible to imagine other dimensions 157 1, 48 | its matter. For it is ~not possible for there to be another 158 1, 50 | Julian. i, 9): "There is no ~possible source of evil except good."~ 159 1, 51 | corporeal things. For it is not possible that a ~spiritual and a 160 1, 51 | that there is the least possible number in the ~angelic nature.~ 161 1, 54 | his movement: which is not possible.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[53] A[ 162 1, 54 | be not continuous, it is possible for him to ~pass from one 163 1, 54 | infinite ~places: which is not possible. Accordingly, then, as the 164 1, 54 | such time. ~Hence it is not possible for anything to rest in 165 1, 54 | other term. But this is possible in movement: because ~to 166 1, 58 | object known. But it is not possible for any assimilation ~to 167 1, 59 | thing not possessed but possible to ~have, whoever desires 168 1, 63 | it does ~not appear to be possible for anyone to enjoy beatitude, 169 1, 64 | as a consequence, it was possible for envy also to be in them, ~ 170 1, 64 | regards only things which ~are possible, regarding which one takes 171 1, 64 | even supposing it were ~possible, it would be against the 172 1, 64 | intelligible speech, it was possible for the others to ~consent 173 1, 66 | between what is and what is possible: ~especially as no dignity 174 1, 68 | of any other, nor is it possible, naturally speaking, for 175 1, 69 | Body Para. 8/8~Another possible explanation is to understand 176 1, 71 | it. It ~is not, however, possible that the functions of nutrition, 177 1, 72 | any ~movement further is possible, movement cannot be called 178 1, 74 | soul. So that it is not possible for the angel and the soul ~ 179 1, 75 | a double subject, in the possible intellect, and in ~the phantasms 180 1, 75 | intelligible species the possible intellect is linked to the 181 1, 75 | species of phantasms ~in the possible intellect. Now it is clear 182 1, 75 | of ~phantasms are in the possible intellect, it does not follow 183 1, 75 | that understanding is not possible through ~a corporeal instrument ( 184 1, 75 | instruments, in no way is it possible to say that Socrates and 185 1, 75 | 4/4~However, it would be possible to distinguish my intellectual 186 1, 75 | you, were a form of the ~possible intellect; since the same 187 1, 75 | itself ~is not a form of the possible intellect; it is the intelligible 188 1, 76 | those to whom beatitude is possible; therefore the human soul 189 1, 78 | reason Aristotle calls the "possible" intellect (De Anima iii, 190 1, 78 | wherefore it would not be possible to admit ~memory in the 191 1, 83 | Heraclitus, that "it is not possible twice to touch a drop of 192 1, 83 | Consequently it is not possible ~for our intellect to form 193 1, 85 | Wherefore ~it would not be possible for us to have a habit of 194 1, 86 | and hence it is called ~"possible" [*Possibilis - elsewhere 195 1, 86 | we can as perfectly as ~possible define, not what each man' 196 1, 87 | untrue, because it is hardly possible for ~anyone in this world 197 1, 88 | perfect as regards what was possible to ~the soul. This will 198 1, 88 | general. Therefore to make it ~possible for human souls to possess 199 1, 88 | phantasms. Nevertheless ~it is possible for it to exist apart from 200 1, 88 | and in that ~way it is possible for the intellect to know 201 1, 88 | and ~he could not think it possible that she was less kind when 202 1, 90 | all colors; which is not possible in the organ of ~touch, 203 1, 91 | more, therefore, was it possible that by ~the Divine power 204 1, 91 | be made thus; it made ~it possible for her to be thus made." 205 1, 92 | Persons, so ~far as this is possible to a creature. Now the Divine 206 1, 92 | as far as ~this may be possible in man." In the same sense " 207 1, 93 | believed that such a ~thing was possible; which would not have been 208 1, 94 | of grace; for it ~is not possible that the effect should be 209 1, 98 | afflicted, which was not ~possible before sin. Therefore, in 210 1, 98 | no Catholic doubts it ~possible for a child to have, by 211 1, 99 | answer that, It does not seem possible that in the state of innocence ~ 212 1, 102 | its beginning, it is ~not possible to be ignorant of the end 213 1, 102 | assimilation thereto, as far as is possible.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[103] A[ 214 1, 102 | good, then no addition is possible.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[103] A[ 215 1, 102 | thing be done by one, if possible, ~than by many, as the Philosopher 216 1, 102 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It would seem possible that something may occur 217 1, 102 | is false. Therefore it is possible for something to ~occur 218 1, 102 | 1/1~I answer that, It is possible for an effect to result 219 1, 102 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It would seem possible that some resistance can 220 1, 105 | perfections to others as far as possible. Hence ~the Blessed Peter 221 1, 112 | immediately above him. ~Thus it is possible that some one angel enlightens 222 1, 114 | substantial form; ~for it is not possible to find in a body any principle 223 1, 116 | gestures. But it is not possible to teach anyone so as to 224 1, 116 | impressionable body. It is also possible that by ~God's permission, 225 1, 117 | of number. Now ~it is not possible for the same identical form 226 1, 118 | Para. 2/3~Now it is not possible that the semen be a kind 227 2, 1 | end of the other. It is possible, however, that an act which 228 2, 1 | Absolutely speaking, it is not possible to proceed ~indefinitely 229 2, 1 | Consequently, on neither side is it possible to go to infinity ~since 230 2, 1 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It would seem possible for one man's will to be 231 2, 1 | riches. Therefore it is ~possible for one man's will to be 232 2, 1 | to desire. Which is not possible, if something else be ~required 233 2, 1 | Consequently it is not possible for the ~appetite so to 234 2, 1 | Reply OBJ 2: Although it is possible to find several things which 235 2, 1 | But "happiness is not possible for ~animals bereft of reason," 236 2, 1 | loving God: this is not possible ~to other creatures, which 237 2, 2 | with Lk. 12:8 ~owing to a possible variant in his text, or 238 2, 3 | effect, whereby it is not possible to know the essence of the 239 2, 4 | for. But sometimes it is ~possible to attain it, yet it is 240 2, 4 | maintained that it is not possible to the soul separated from 241 2, 4 | into the body, as far as possible. ~And therefore, as long 242 2, 4 | united to the body; it is not possible for the perfection of the ~ 243 2, 6 | consideration in some particular ~possible act. Nevertheless, this 244 2, 9 | nature. Now although it is possible for something to move a ~ 245 2, 10 | OBJ 3: Further, a thing is possible, if nothing impossible follows 246 2, 10 | ineffectual. Therefore it is not possible ~for the will not to will 247 2, 11 | accordingly enjoyment is not ~possible for irrational animals.~ 248 2, 11 | Christ. i, 4). But this is ~possible, even in regard to a thing 249 2, 11 | possession. ~Therefore it is possible to enjoy the end even though 250 2, 12 | intellect. But "it is not possible to understand several things 251 2, 12 | Therefore ~neither is it possible to intend several things 252 2, 12 | FP, ~Q[85], A[4] it is possible to understand several things 253 2, 13 | Whether choice is only of possible things?~(6) Whether man 254 2, 13 | Whether choice is only of possible things?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 255 2, 13 | that choice in not only of possible things. For ~choice is an 256 2, 13 | whatever is done by us, is possible to us. ~Therefore we must 257 2, 13 | say that choice is only of possible things.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 258 2, 13 | conclusion does not follow from a possible principle. Wherefore an 259 2, 13 | Wherefore an end ~cannot be possible, unless the means be possible. 260 2, 13 | possible, unless the means be possible. Now no one is moved to ~ 261 2, 13 | that the means appear to be possible. Therefore the impossible 262 2, 13 | only in respect of ~what is possible and good for him that wills. 263 2, 13 | such a thing, were ~it possible. But choice is an act of 264 2, 13 | of anything but what ~is possible.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[13] A[ 265 2, 13 | something apprehended as possible to the chooser, and yet 266 2, 13 | whether a certain thing is possible; but in ~each case should 267 2, 13 | is because ~that which is possible not to be, is not of necessity. 268 2, 13 | Now the reason why ~it is possible not to choose, or to choose, 269 2, 13 | that are contingent and possible to us. In such matters the ~ 270 2, 14 | of conference. But it is possible for many to ~confer about 271 2, 14 | only of such things as are possible to us, ~according to Ethic. 272 2, 14 | whether a certain ~thing is possible to us, depends on what we 273 2, 14 | to be done for ~an end be possible, if it were not suitable 274 2, 14 | considering whether it be possible.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[14] A[ 275 2, 16 | Much more, therefore, is it possible for them to use.~Aquin.: 276 2, 16 | strike. Therefore it is possible for ~irrational animals 277 2, 17 | proceed to infinity is not ~possible. Therefore the act of the 278 2, 18 | specific difference ~is possible. Hence it is that in natural 279 2, 23 | infinite. Therefore it is not possible for ~passions of the same 280 2, 26 | judgment of reason. But it is possible for man to tend to God by 281 2, 27 | consist. ~Therefore it is not possible for any other passion of 282 2, 28 | suitable to it; rather, ~if possible, it is perfected and bettered. 283 2, 30 | to be simply as rich as possible.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[30] A[ 284 2, 35 | contemplated. Now it is possible to contemplate something 285 2, 35 | repugnance at ~all: but it is not possible for any evil to be so unsuitable 286 2, 35 | another's wrongs." But it ~is possible for one to sorrow for another' 287 2, 40 | difficult thing is something possible to obtain: for ~one does 288 2, 40 | under the aspect of being possible; for no one is moved to 289 2, 40 | according to the difference of possible and impossible.~Aquin.: 290 2, 40 | as arduous; of something possible, and of something ~impossible. 291 2, 40 | future good, difficult but possible to ~obtain; namely, a stretching 292 2, 40 | 1: Since hope regards a possible good, there arises in man 293 2, 40 | hope; for a thing may be possible to him in two ways, ~viz. 294 2, 40 | of hope is a future good, possible of ~attainment. But possible 295 2, 40 | possible of ~attainment. But possible and impossible are differences 296 2, 40 | object of hope is not the possible as differentiating ~the 297 2, 40 | the true, for thus the possible ensues from the relation 298 2, 40 | The object of hope is the possible as compared to a power. ~ 299 2, 40 | such is the division of the possible given in Metaph. v, 12, 300 2, 40 | future ~good, difficult but possible to obtain. Consequently 301 2, 40 | because it makes something possible to a man: or ~because it 302 2, 40 | makes him think something possible. In the first way hope is ~ 303 2, 40 | makes him reckon something possible, which before his ~experience 304 2, 40 | as it makes a man think possible ~what he had previously 305 2, 40 | hitherto he had thought ~possible. Accordingly experience 306 2, 40 | it shows something to be ~possible; and thus is a cause of 307 2, 40 | it is future, arduous and possible, as stated above ~(A[1]). 308 2, 40 | are prone to count a thing possible to them. ~Wherefore youths, 309 2, 40 | shortcomings, easily count a thing possible; and consequently are of 310 2, 40 | something ~difficult but possible to obtain; and since it 311 2, 40 | what is difficult becomes possible to us, not through ourselves 312 2, 40 | which ~something becomes possible to us.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 313 2, 40 | through whom something becomes possible to ~us, love is caused by 314 2, 40 | is a good, difficult but possible. For the thought of its 315 2, 40 | while the thought that it is possible is ~no drag on our effort. 316 2, 41 | future good, difficult but possible to obtain; so the object 317 2, 41 | of the doer. But it is possible to take into consideration 318 2, 42 | entirely, yet it may be possible to delay it. ~And with this 319 2, 42 | are ~present." But it is possible for one to be pained or 320 2, 42 | future good difficult but possible to obtain, so the object ~ 321 2, 42 | evil. In ~this sense it is possible for fear to be the object 322 2, 42 | of hope is a good that is possible to obtain. ~Consequently 323 2, 44 | outskirts, and, as far as possible, make for ~the inner quarters. 324 2, 44 | it is ~natural to use all possible means of repelling the harmful 325 2, 44 | of good ~things, as being possible of attainment; whereas fear 326 2, 45 | make us reckon ~victory as possible. Such things regard either 327 2, 46 | craves for ~revenge as being possible." Consequently if the person, 328 2, 50 | that there was only one "possible" [*FP, Q[79], ~A[2], ad 329 2, 50 | there were but one ~single "possible" intellect of all men, the 330 2, 50 | another, could not be in the "possible" intellect as ~their subject, 331 2, 50 | text. 8,18) that when the "possible" ~intellect "is thus identified 332 2, 50 | discovering." Therefore the "possible" intellect ~itself is the 333 2, 50 | therefore we must say that the "possible" intellect is the subject 334 2, 50 | belongs, above all, to ~the "possible" intellect. Wherefore the " 335 2, 50 | intellect. Wherefore the "possible" intellect is the ~subject 336 2, 50 | intellectual being belongs to the "possible" ~intellect. Wherefore nothing 337 2, 50 | forbids habit to be in the "possible" ~intellect, for it is midway 338 2, 50 | proper objects for the "possible intellect," therefore it 339 2, 50 | principally it is ~in the "possible" intellect.~Aquin.: SMT 340 2, 50 | intellect, as there ~is to the "possible" intellect, because the 341 2, 50 | it ~have been as far as possible deified of itself."~Aquin.: 342 2, 51 | principles: one is the "possible" [*See FP, Q[79], A[2] ad 343 2, 51 | passive principle, it is possible for a certain active ~principle 344 2, 51 | even on the part of the "possible" intellect: whereas ~a habit 345 2, 51 | reason, so far as ~the "possible" intellect is concerned. 346 2, 52 | Body Para. 7/11~Now it is possible to explain yet further the 347 2, 53 | is chiefly indeed in the "possible" ~intellect, but secondarily 348 2, 53 | indirectly, on the part of the "possible" intellect, ~but only on 349 2, 53 | species residing in the "possible" intellect, has no ~contrary; 350 2, 53 | contrary. Wherefore if in the "possible" intellect there ~be a habit 351 2, 53 | There is, however, in the "possible" intellect a habit ~caused 352 2, 56 | It would seem that it is possible for virtue to be in the ~ 353 2, 58 | command well. This is not possible unless the impediment of ~ 354 2, 59 | deliberately: while it would be possible for ~them to be in a wise 355 2, 62 | following charity. But it is possible for a man ~before having 356 2, 64 | observes the mean it is possible to sin ~by excess as well 357 2, 64 | condition. Consequently it is possible to find a mean ~and extremes 358 2, 65 | virtue. Therefore it is possible to have one moral virtue 359 2, 65 | of such ~virtues, it is possible for a man to have the other 360 2, 65 | to us." Therefore it is ~possible to have the other virtues 361 2, 65 | above (Q[63], A[2]), it is possible by means of ~human works 362 2, 65 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It would seem possible to have charity without 363 2, 65 | the ~Law." Now it is not possible to fulfil the whole Law, 364 2, 65 | imperfect act; and this is ~possible without charity. Consequently, 365 2, 65 | the love of God. But it is possible for us to love God ~naturally, 366 2, 65 | Therefore ~it is not possible to have charity without 367 2, 67 | now are. Hence it will be possible for ~fortitude to be in 368 2, 67 | iii, text. 8) that "the possible intellect is in act when 369 2, 67 | species are contained by the "possible" intellect ~immovably, according 370 2, 67 | their container. Hence the "possible" ~intellect is called "the 371 2, 67 | species, ~which are in the "possible" intellect, the intellectual 372 2, 67 | species, ~which are in the "possible" intellect.~Aquin.: SMT 373 2, 67 | God, it will no longer be possible to have hope.~Aquin.: SMT 374 2, 68 | know all things, nor all possible things. Consequently it 375 2, 68 | which it seems that ~it is possible to have one gift without 376 2, 68 | acts of some gifts are not possible in heaven; for Gregory says ~( 377 2, 68 | evil purpose." But it is possible to make evil use of ~the 378 2, 71 | the virtues, then ~it is possible for some virtues to be destroyed 379 2, 73 | which no moral virtue ~is possible, as stated above (Q[58], 380 2, 74 | by its object. Now it is possible to commit a mortal ~sin 381 2, 74 | any sin, as to point, if possible, to its consummation by ~ 382 2, 74 | the law of ~God. Now it is possible for one of the articles 383 2, 74 | be considered, either as possible to be known by the human ~ 384 2, 75 | of the act of ~sin, it is possible for one sin to be the cause 385 2, 77 | actually: so that it is possible for a man to have ~correct 386 2, 77 | lower, since it is ~not possible for the will to be moved 387 2, 78 | inquiry:~(1) Whether it is possible for anyone to sin through 388 2, 80 | intellect, nor does it seem possible for him ~to produce imaginary 389 2, 80 | then neither would it be possible to resist ~him, nor would 390 2, 82 | manner, ~neither is this possible, as to the second: since 391 2, 85 | acting, although it is ~possible for it to act on one thing, 392 2, 85 | sin. Wherefore it is not possible for this good of nature 393 2, 85 | diminished by half, it will be possible to go on ~thus indefinitely, 394 2, 87 | irreparable, ~although it is possible to repair it by the power 395 2, 88 | not changed, it is not ~possible for a venial sin to become 396 2, 88 | becomes mortal. This is possible, in so far as one may fix 397 2, 89 | of God's severity, it was possible for him to ~be so mistaken 398 2, 89 | But nothing penal ~was possible in the state of innocence, 399 2, 89 | believers. Therefore ~it is not possible for the mere movements of 400 2, 89 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, it is possible to fix the time at which 401 2, 89 | worst criminals. Now it is possible for the child to ~sin venially 402 2, 89 | turns to God as soon as possible. ~For the first thing that 403 2, 91 | but according as it is possible in its own particular genus.~ 404 2, 93 | creatures, to whom it is possible to make an announcement. 405 2, 95 | was necessary, whenever ~possible, for the law to determine 406 2, 95 | 1~OBJ 4: Further, it is possible to give a reason for things 407 2, 95 | natural law. But "it is not possible to give the reason ~for 408 2, 95 | shall ~be virtuous, just, possible to nature, according to 409 2, 95 | that it should be "just, possible to nature, according to 410 2, 96 | v, 21), law should be "possible both according to nature, 411 2, 96 | since the same thing ~is not possible to one who has not a virtuous 412 2, 96 | a virtuous habit, as is possible to ~one who has. Thus the 413 2, 96 | has. Thus the same is not possible to a child as to a full-grown ~ 414 2, 96 | vices, ~from which it is possible for the majority to abstain; 415 2, 97 | should be as enduring as possible. But nothing ~can be absolutely 416 2, 97 | changed when it was found possible ~to improve them, considerable 417 2, 97 | that as time goes on it is possible for something better to 418 2, 97 | cases: wherefore it is possible sometimes to act beside 419 2, 97 | useless, be ~that it is not "possible according to the custom 420 2, 98 | the law that it should be ~possible to obey it, both according 421 2, 100 | wise: just as it is not possible ~for all to consider the 422 2, 100 | every kind of sin, it is possible to sin in thought ~or in 423 2, 100 | precept; ~and yet that it is possible for one not having charity 424 2, 100 | Consequently it is not possible, as Pelagius maintained, 425 2, 102 | sensible to pain, it is possible for the affection of pity 426 2, 103 | Para. 3/4~However, it was possible at the time of the Law, 427 2, 104 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is possible to assign a distinct division 428 2, 104 | number. Therefore it is not possible to assign a distinct ~division 429 2, 105 | 1~OBJ 8: Further, it is possible that not only two, but three 430 2, 105 | Consequently, although it is quite possible for two or three ~witnesses 431 2, 105 | 2/2~Nevertheless it was possible by dispensation for a man 432 2, 108 | these altogether, as far as possible, ~that the evangelical counsels 433 2, 112 | whatever is the greatest possible, cannot be more or ~less. 434 2, 112 | But grace is the greatest possible, since it joins us with 435 2, 1 | exclude the ~false, for it is possible to act in accordance with 436 2, 1 | considered in itself was ~possible even after Abraham's time, 437 2, 1 | human conjecture. ~For it is possible for a believer to have a 438 2, 1 | science and faith; yet it is possible for one and the ~same man 439 2, 1 | same respect. For it is ~possible for the same person, about 440 2, 1 | object should be deemed possible to be ~otherwise. Yet that 441 2, 2 | seems unsafe, since it is possible for the learned to ~err. 442 2, 4 | be perfect: for it is not possible for a ~thing to be sawn 443 2, 4 | unless one believes this possible, since ~hope does not tend 444 2, 4 | A[1]). ~It is, however, possible for one to be led by hope 445 2, 9 | first cause: ~nor is it possible to judge of the first cause 446 2, 10 | Body Para. 2/2~Nor is it possible for one who has a false 447 2, 10 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, it is possible to stray from the truth 448 2, 10 | xxvi in Joan.) that "it is ~possible for a man to do other things 449 2, 10 | the ~faithful, if it be possible to do so, so that they do 450 2, 13 | forgiven?~(4) Whether it is possible to begin by sinning against 451 2, 13 | be forgiven, it would be possible to ~despair of some sinners. 452 2, 13 | Therefore, conversely, it is possible for ~a man, according to 453 2, 13 | 2/4~Nevertheless it is possible for a man, in his first 454 2, 13 | can precede sin: for it is possible for a man who ~has never 455 2, 15 | subjected to Him, it is ~possible for precepts to be given 456 2, 15 | the Lord," which is ~not possible without faith. The words 457 2, 15 | OBJ 4: Further, it is not possible while asleep to meditate 458 2, 16 | future good, difficult but possible to obtain. Now a thing is ~ 459 2, 16 | obtain. Now a thing is ~possible to us in two ways: first, 460 2, 16 | hope for ~anything as being possible to us by means of the Divine 461 2, 16 | perfectly, i.e. so that it be possible for a wayfarer to know its 462 2, 16 | the perfect good, it is ~possible for it to be apprehended 463 2, 16 | same object. Now it is ~possible to despair of another's 464 2, 16 | future good, arduous but possible to obtain. In order, ~therefore, 465 2, 16 | to be ~proposed to us as possible. Now the object of hope 466 2, 17 | eternal happiness as being possible to obtain by the ~assistance 467 2, 17 | 2~Since then the arduous possible good cannot be an object 468 2, 17 | still ~subject. Hence it was possible for Him to hope for the 469 2, 17 | apprehend ~happiness as a possible good, as neither can the 470 2, 17 | apprehend happiness as ~a future possible thing.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 471 2, 17 | concerning oneself." ~Hence it is possible for lifeless faith to be 472 2, 17 | are not for them future possible things, but ~far removed 473 2, 18 | fears. As to whether it is ~possible to fear the evil of fault, 474 2, 18 | proper object of ~fear is a possible evil, just as the proper 475 2, 18 | proper object of hope is a possible ~good: and since the movement 476 2, 18 | implies avoidance of a possible arduous evil, for little 477 2, 18 | contemn Him. ~Now this evil is possible to a rational creature considered 478 2, 18 | non-subjection to ~God, and is possible to nature, but impossible 479 2, 18 | of something altogether possible. Hence Gregory, expounding 480 2, 18 | Else, if no kind of fear is possible there, ~perhaps fear is 481 2, 19 | from God, for if it were possible to turn to a mutable good, ~ 482 2, 19 | is a good, difficult but possible to obtain by oneself or ~ 483 2, 19 | hope - that the thing is possible, ~because the good and the 484 2, 20 | object of hope is an arduous possible good: and a thing is possible 485 2, 20 | possible good: and a thing is possible to a ~man in two ways: first 486 2, 20 | a good as though it were possible to ~him, whereas it surpasses 487 2, 20 | good as though it were possible by the power and mercy of 488 2, 20 | God, whereas it ~is not possible, for instance, if a man 489 2, 20 | good, as though it were possible. Now it is owing to ignorance ~ 490 2, 20 | an impossible thing to be possible. Therefore presumption ~ 491 2, 20 | power, as though it were possible to him. Such like presumption ~ 492 2, 21 | without which no law is possible: such are the ~precepts 493 2, 22 | Whether any true virtue is possible without it?~(8) Whether 494 2, 22 | Whether any true virtue is possible without charity?~Aquin.: 495 2, 22 | Therefore true virtue is possible without charity.~Aquin.: 496 2, 22 | Further, charity is not possible without faith, since it 497 2, 22 | Therefore true ~virtue is possible without charity.~Aquin.: 498 2, 22 | Therefore no true virtue is ~possible without charity.~Aquin.: 499 2, 22 | this way no true virtue is ~possible without charity.~Aquin.: 500 2, 22 | strictly true virtue is possible ~without charity. ~Aquin.:


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