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St. Thomas Aquinas
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1 1, 1 | merely on account of their having so thought and ~written, 2 1, 2 | existence of some being having of itself its own necessity, 3 1, 4 | OF GOD (THREE ARTICLES)~Having considered the divine simplicity, 4 1, 4 | perfect universally, as having in Himself the ~perfections 5 1, 5 | thing's goodness simply, and having ~being simply. Because, 6 1, 10 | difference between being, ~having been, or going to be. Since 7 1, 10 | nature, still they agree in having a changeless being, ~and 8 1, 11 | whole is made up of ~parts having the form of the whole; as, 9 1, 12 | possess Him as present, having the power to ~see Him always; 10 1, 13 | them as compound things having forms in matter; therefore, 11 1, 14 | KNOWLEDGE (SIXTEEN ARTICLES)~Having considered what belongs 12 1, 14 | considered as contingent (as having reference) to one of two 13 1, 16 | two ways. In one way, as having in itself the power of extension 14 1, 16 | In the other way as not having in itself determination 15 1, 18 | life in the divine mind, as having a divine ~existence in that 16 1, 18 | preserved by Him, or as having their type in Him. They 17 1, 19 | is said to be in God, as having always good ~which is its 18 1, 19 | be liable: all others, as having free-will, can be ~inclined 19 1, 22 | PROVIDENCE OF GOD (FOUR ARTICLES)~Having considered all that relates 20 1, 24 | foundation ~of God standeth firm, having this seal; the Lord knoweth 21 1, 25 | especially by sparing and having mercy" [*Collect, 10th Sunday 22 1, 25 | however, than ~sparing and having mercy; for example, to create 23 1, 25 | particularly shown in sparing and ~having mercy, because in this is 24 1, 25 | because ~by sparing and having mercy upon men, He leads 25 1, 25 | impossible that the fact of having sinned ~or having lost charity 26 1, 25 | fact of having sinned ~or having lost charity thereby can 27 1, 27 | PERSONS (FIVE ARTICLES)~Having considered what belongs 28 1, 27 | willed within it, but by its having a certain inclination to 29 1, 29 | PERSONS (FOUR ARTICLES)~Having premised what have appeared 30 1, 32 | holds in the case of one not having ~perfect goodness: hence 31 1, 33 | singularity above ~others, in having by nature what He receives, 32 1, 33 | principle," by reason of its having a relation to what ~proceeds 33 1, 36 | Holy Ghost would be one, ~having two relations opposed to 34 1, 37 | ablative is to be ~construed as having relation to the formal cause, 35 1, 39 | the other hand, the thing having form is not wont to be ~ 36 1, 39 | essence," taking essence as having the habitude of form, we 37 1, 39 | God" signifies a being having Godhead, ~nevertheless the 38 1, 39 | substantively; whereas "having Godhead" is used adjectively. ~ 39 1, 39 | although there are "three having Godhead," it does not ~follow 40 1, 42 | happens from the agent not having ~its perfection of natural 41 1, 43 | place without a separation, having only ~distinction of origin.~ 42 1, 43 | prophecy, or of miracles, as ~having from the Holy Ghost the 43 1, 43 | according to Heb. 2:3, ~"which having begun to be declared by 44 1, 44 | as man cannot be without having the faculty of ~laughing. 45 1, 45 | its becoming precedes its having been made. But this is impossible, ~ 46 1, 46 | to be, from the fact of having ~that power, cannot sometimes 47 1, 47 | it understood itself as ~having actuality it produced the 48 1, 48 | would be evil, through not having ~the good belonging to something 49 1, 48 | as such, is a good, as having a relation to good. For 50 1, 51 | intellectual ~substances, not having the fulness of knowledge 51 1, 51 | His disciples in proof of having resumed life ~(Lk. 24). 52 1, 51 | offered them food, after having previously adored them as 53 1, 52 | Further, place is a "quantity having position." But everything ~ 54 1, 52 | something indivisible, yet ~having its situation; whereas the 55 1, 61 | the very ~fact of their having a nature whereby they are 56 1, 61 | that the higher angels, as having an exalted and universal 57 1, 61 | while the other angels, as having more restricted ~powers, 58 1, 64 | consideration to another; and having the way open by which he 59 1, 65 | god of this world, not as having ~created it, but because 60 1, 66 | heavenly body is not something having form - that is, something ~ 61 1, 66 | that the ~empyrean heaven, having the state of glory for its 62 1, 66 | time must be included, as having the nature of a common measure; 63 1, 67 | sun, which is recorded as having been made on the ~fourth 64 1, 69 | and sea. Hence Scripture, having clearly expresses the ~manner 65 1, 70 | the production of things having movement in the heavens, 66 1, 70 | made ~on the second day as having a natural distinction from 67 1, 70 | to one ~fixed end which having attained, it rests; this 68 1, 71 | forth the creeping creature ~having life, and the fowl that 69 1, 71 | forth the ~creeping creature having life."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 70 1, 71 | and those of the water, having something in common ~with 71 1, 71 | forth the creeping creature having ~life," are followed by 72 1, 72 | but "creeping ~creatures having life"; whereas it does call 73 1, 72 | fishes are merely bodies having in them something of a soul, 74 1, 72 | multiply by generation, ~and, having been mentioned in the preceding 75 1, 73 | form results from the whole having its ~parts complete. But 76 1, 75 | THE SOUL ~(SEVEN ARTICLES)~Having treated of the spiritual 77 1, 75 | things "animate," [*i.e. having a soul], and ~those things 78 1, 76 | intelligible ~species, as having a double subject, in the 79 1, 76 | separated from ~the body, having an aptitude and a natural 80 1, 76 | animal is so called from its having a sensitive soul; and, therefore, ~" 81 1, 76 | animal" by reason of his having a ~body animated by a sensitive 82 1, 76 | a physical organic body having life potentially."~Aquin.: 83 1, 76 | apprehended as hot, or as ~having quantity, before it is actual. 84 1, 77 | it ~is "the act of a body having life potentially"; which 85 1, 37 | ablative is to be ~construed as having relation to the formal cause, 86 1, 39 | the other hand, the thing having form is not wont to be ~ 87 1, 39 | essence," taking essence as having the habitude of form, we 88 1, 39 | God" signifies a being having Godhead, ~nevertheless the 89 1, 39 | substantively; whereas "having Godhead" is used adjectively. ~ 90 1, 39 | although there are "three having Godhead," it does not ~follow 91 1, 42 | happens from the agent not having ~its perfection of natural 92 1, 43 | place without a separation, having only ~distinction of origin.~ 93 1, 43 | prophecy, or of miracles, as ~having from the Holy Ghost the 94 1, 43 | according to Heb. 2:3, ~"which having begun to be declared by 95 1, 45 | as man cannot be without having the faculty of ~laughing. 96 1, 46 | its becoming precedes its having been made. But this is impossible, ~ 97 1, 47 | to be, from the fact of having ~that power, cannot sometimes 98 1, 48 | it understood itself as ~having actuality it produced the 99 1, 49 | would be evil, through not having ~the good belonging to something 100 1, 49 | as such, is a good, as having a relation to good. For 101 1, 52 | intellectual ~substances, not having the fulness of knowledge 102 1, 52 | His disciples in proof of having resumed life ~(Lk. 24). 103 1, 52 | offered them food, after having previously adored them as 104 1, 53 | Further, place is a "quantity having position." But everything ~ 105 1, 53 | something indivisible, yet ~having its situation; whereas the 106 1, 62 | the very ~fact of their having a nature whereby they are 107 1, 62 | that the higher angels, as having an exalted and universal 108 1, 62 | while the other angels, as having more restricted ~powers, 109 1, 65 | consideration to another; and having the way open by which he 110 1, 66 | god of this world, not as having ~created it, but because 111 1, 67 | heavenly body is not something having form - that is, something ~ 112 1, 67 | that the ~empyrean heaven, having the state of glory for its 113 1, 67 | time must be included, as having the nature of a common measure; 114 1, 68 | sun, which is recorded as having been made on the ~fourth 115 1, 70 | and sea. Hence Scripture, having clearly expresses the ~manner 116 1, 71 | the production of things having movement in the heavens, 117 1, 71 | made ~on the second day as having a natural distinction from 118 1, 71 | to one ~fixed end which having attained, it rests; this 119 1, 71 | forth the creeping creature ~having life, and the fowl that 120 1, 71 | forth the ~creeping creature having life."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 121 1, 71 | and those of the water, having something in common ~with 122 1, 71 | forth the creeping creature having ~life," are followed by 123 1, 71 | but "creeping ~creatures having life"; whereas it does call 124 1, 71 | fishes are merely bodies having in them something of a soul, 125 1, 71 | multiply by generation, ~and, having been mentioned in the preceding 126 1, 72 | form results from the whole having its ~parts complete. But 127 1, 74 | THE SOUL ~(SEVEN ARTICLES)~Having treated of the spiritual 128 1, 74 | things "animate," [*i.e. having a soul], and ~those things 129 1, 75 | intelligible ~species, as having a double subject, in the 130 1, 75 | separated from ~the body, having an aptitude and a natural 131 1, 75 | animal is so called from its having a sensitive soul; and, therefore, ~" 132 1, 75 | animal" by reason of his having a ~body animated by a sensitive 133 1, 75 | a physical organic body having life potentially."~Aquin.: 134 1, 75 | apprehended as hot, or as ~having quantity, before it is actual. 135 1, 76 | it ~is "the act of a body having life potentially"; which 136 1, 78 | is ~actually immaterial, having one power by which it makes 137 1, 78 | may be something true, as having the aspect of good, for ~ 138 1, 80 | higher and lower reason, as ~having in common with them the 139 1, 80 | rises from sadness, ~and having wrought vengeance, terminates 140 1, 81 | and a ~particular power having a determinate act. In like 141 1, 81 | determinate power of the soul having a determinate act. If, therefore, ~ 142 1, 82 | Ethic. iii, 3) says ~that, "having formed a judgment by counsel, 143 1, 83 | from the truth because, having observed ~that all knowledge 144 1, 83 | is nothing to hinder our having an immovable science of 145 1, 83 | contrary opinion. For Plato, having observed that the ~intellectual 146 1, 84 | that "the man ~is something having whiteness": and the subject, 147 1, 84 | identified with a subject having whiteness. It is the same 148 1, 84 | than someone ~else, through having a greater power of understanding: 149 1, 90 | breath of life. Therefore, having said, "God made man of the 150 1, 90 | before the body. Therefore having said: ~"To His image He 151 1, 92 | an image of the king, as having the image of the king. ~ 152 1, 94 | nothing against the first man having consented to grace even 153 1, 96 | Cor. 15:44 seqq.], through having its life ~from the soul. 154 1, 97 | the woman; or ~because, having received the general Divine 155 1, 101 | of the events narrated as having there ~occurred." For whatever 156 1, 101 | of his animal life; and, having attained to the spiritual 157 1, 102 | GENERAL (EIGHT ARTICLES)~Having considered the creation 158 1, 102 | nature, act of themselves, having ~dominion over their actions; 159 1, 104 | being full of wonder; as ~having a cause absolutely hidden 160 1, 107 | the inferior orders as ~having an immediate knowledge of 161 1, 109 | regards local movement, as having in themselves some principle 162 1, 111 | Satan is not described as having assisted, but as present ~ 163 1, 112 | and at a particular time, having considered all the ~circumstances; 164 1, 112 | some prince of the demons having led the Jewish captives 165 1, 114 | Civ. Dei x, 11) relates as having been held by Porphyry, namely, 166 1, 115 | happen." Wherefore Boethius, ~having said that the chain of fate 167 1, 116 | conclusions, by reason of his not having sufficient ~collating power 168 1, 117 | forth the creeping creatures having ~life." Therefore also the 169 1, 117 | sensitive ~soul were subsistent, having being and operation of itself. 170 1, 117 | of itself. For thus, as ~having being and operation of itself, 171 1, 117 | all ~the animal is made having a sensitive soul. Therefore 172 1, 117 | would be no reason why, having been ~created from the beginning 173 1, 118 | when corrupted, that is, having lost its form, is changed 174 1, 118 | whole, ~though potentially, having the power, derived from 175 2 | principle of his actions, ~as having free-will and control of 176 2, 1 | find a process of things having an ~essential, not an accidental, 177 2, 1 | riches. Therefore even after having placed his last end in pleasure, 178 2, 2 | stated in ~Ethic. i, 7, having gained happiness, man cannot 179 2, 4 | it would be happy, though having no ~neighbor to love. But 180 2, 5 | for God could make a will having a right tendency to the 181 2, 5 | things ~hinders man from having all that he desires naturally; 182 2, 6 | voluntary is defined not only as having ~"a principle within" the 183 2, 6 | voluntary; inasmuch as, having apprehended the end, a man 184 2, 6 | to the helmsman, from his having ceased to ~steer. But we 185 2, 7 | murder; secondly, through having done it fraudulently, or ~ 186 2, 10 | determinate to one ~thing, but having an indifferent relation 187 2, 12 | intention of the end without having determined the means which 188 2, 18 | compound of soul and ~body, having all the powers and instruments 189 2, 21 | a man, by reason of his having done something to ~another' 190 2, 22 | simple acts of the will having like effects, but without 191 2, 23 | appetitive part. But ~a passion having good for its object, is 192 2, 23 | is contrary to a passion having ~evil for its object. Therefore 193 2, 24 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Passions having a tendency to good, are 194 2, 25 | object, ~is desire; and, having and enjoying it, is joy." 195 2, 25 | rests in the end, after having attained it. And this very ~ 196 2, 25 | from the very fact of its having an aptitude for and an ~ 197 2, 26 | object ~beloved, is desire; having and enjoying it, is joy; 198 2, 27 | of its effects, or from having heard it ~commended, as 199 2, 27 | which ~some love through having a certain general knowledge 200 2, 27 | likeness arises from each thing having the same quality actually: 201 2, 27 | likeness arises from one thing having potentially ~and by way 202 2, 27 | that two men are alike, having, as it were, ~one form, 203 2, 31 | consist in being moved, but in having been moved; ~for it arises 204 2, 32 | good, and ~the knowledge of having obtained it. Wherefore the 205 2, 35 | the evil man feels pain at having been ~pleased." Therefore 206 2, 35 | a certain genus, through having something foreign to that ~ 207 2, 37 | can only be due to its ~having a bodily transmutation in 208 2, 38 | wicked man ~feels pain at having been pleased." Therefore 209 2, 38 | he is sorry for it, as having done something unbecoming 210 2, 39 | Happiness consists in his "having whatever he will, and in ~ 211 2, 40 | movement towards it, as having no hope to catch it: whereas, 212 2, 40 | some are hopeful, ~through having been victorious often and 213 2, 40 | that which ~he is sure of having learned well."~Aquin.: SMT 214 2, 45 | nothing prevents one thing having ~several contraries. Accordingly 215 2, 45 | powers of others, such as having a great number of ~friends 216 2, 45 | has not enemies, through having ~harmed nobody, so that 217 2, 46 | hand, ensues from ~someone having injured us by his action. 218 2, 48 | great fire is soon spent having burnt ~up all the fuel; 219 2, 49 | we speak of ourselves as "having" quantity and money and ~ 220 2, 49 | quality; since ~this mode of having is in respect of some quality: 221 2, 50 | therefore ~we take habit as having a relation to nature, it 222 2, 51 | intellectual soul that man, having once grasped what ~is a 223 2, 53 | If then there be a habit having a contrary, either on the 224 2, 55 | objectively, for instance ~by having evil thoughts about a virtue, 225 2, 56 | actually: ~therefore from having habits of the latter sort, 226 2, 58 | subjects ~that are free, having a certain right of opposition. 227 2, 58 | may be virtuous without having full use of reason as ~to 228 2, 58 | of good counsel without having the moral ~virtues. Therefore 229 2, 61 | is only in the ~point of having discretion, which we ascribed 230 2, 62 | possible for a man ~before having charity, to hope through 231 2, 65 | other moral virtues without having magnificence or ~magnanimity: 232 2, 65 | have ~one science, without having another. Neither, therefore, 233 2, 65 | If you confess to not having one particular virtue, it 234 2, 65 | virtues, ~without actually having the habits of these virtues - 235 2, 65 | before. ~Now we speak of having a thing when we are on the 236 2, 65 | when we are on the point of having it, ~according to the saying 237 2, 65 | are about divers matters having no ~relation to one another, 238 2, 65 | on account of their not having certain ~virtues, than rejoiced 239 2, 65 | fulfil the whole Law, without having all ~the moral virtues: 240 2, 65 | naturally, without already having faith, or hope in future 241 2, 66 | another by reason of its having a greater ~object, but only 242 2, 67 | nothing hinders a man from having at one and the same ~time, 243 2, 67 | lose the ~possibility of having money, and therefore it 244 2, 68 | set down in Holy Writ as ~having been in Christ, according 245 2, 69 | First, by reason of our having a ~preparation for, or a 246 2, 71 | contrary act; and so a man ~having a virtue may produce an 247 2, 73 | reason, are of various kinds, having no mutual ~connection; in 248 2, 74 | for instance, when a man, having ~deliberately considered 249 2, 74 | reason, in deliberating, having recourse to some higher 250 2, 75 | cause does not prevent ~its having an external cause; for nothing 251 2, 76 | if they assaulted anyone; having an eye, not to the indulgence ~ 252 2, 77 | it can prevent it from having its full effect; since the 253 2, 77 | at least prevent it ~from having its effect, as stated above: 254 2, 77 | its ~cause, i.e. through having cause to be forgiven, which 255 2, 78 | malice, he is ~glad after having done it, according to Prov. 256 2, 78 | sometimes that a man, without having the habit of a ~virtue, 257 2, 78 | sometimes also a man, without having the habit of a vice, may 258 2, 78 | ways. First, through his having a corrupt ~disposition inclining 259 2, 79 | what is not right, and in having a will inclined to ~evil. 260 2, 81 | nevertheless the fact of having a defect by ~the way of 261 2, 81 | man with eyes begets a son having eyes, ~unless nature fails. 262 2, 84 | partaking of the head, as having some ~property thereof, 263 2, 85 | naturally ~corruptible, as having within itself the cause 264 2, 86 | Himself a glorious church not having spot or wrinkle": and in 265 2, 89 | Himself a glorious church, not having spot or wrinkle," on which 266 2, 89 | seduced," a gloss says: ~"Having had no experience of God' 267 2, 94 | conclusions ~drawn from them, having rectitude in the majority 268 2, 100 | self-evident to a ~subject having natural reason, and need 269 2, 100 | subjected to Him faithfully, by having nothing in common ~with 270 2, 100 | precepts of the law without having ~charity. Now what can be 271 2, 100 | is possible for one not having charity to fulfil this ~ 272 2, 100 | it follow that a man not having charity sins mortally ~whenever 273 2, 101 | The Law has [Vulg.: 'having'] a shadow of the ~good 274 2, 101 | observances" are so called from having to be observed. ~But all 275 2, 102 | testing man's obedience, having no reason in themselves.~ 276 2, 102 | sacrifices were wisely done, as having reasonable causes.~Aquin.: 277 2, 102 | though in recognition of his having received them from God, 278 2, 102 | people were in the ~desert, having no fixed abode: afterwards 279 2, 102 | pot, ~i.e. His holy soul, having manna, i.e. "all the fulness 280 2, 102 | its skin ~clothes are made having a pungent odor; to signify 281 2, 102 | society of men; but only after having shaved all the hair of his ~ 282 2, 102 | flat-footed animals, i.e. animals having an uncloven hoof, on ~account 283 2, 102 | which is shown by their having not a flat but a cloven 284 2, 102 | Priests sit in their temples having their garments rent, and 285 2, 103 | Lord in the ceremonies, having a sorrowful ~heart?" Therefore 286 2, 103 | Law betokened Christ as having yet to be born and to suffer: ~ 287 2, 103 | Him as already born and having suffered. ~Consequently, 288 2, 105 | while under him are others having governing powers: and yet 289 2, 105 | since the foreigners not yet having ~the common good firmly 290 2, 105 | acquired, or is on the point of having, and ~consequently he is 291 2, 106 | Apostle says (Heb. 10:19-22): "Having therefore, ~brethren, a 292 2, 106 | hence": which we ~read as having been fulfilled in Acts 2. 293 2, 107 | the Old Testament who, ~having charity and the grace of 294 2, 109 | avoid sin?~(9) Whether man having received grace can do good 295 2, 109 | 4): "I do not approve ~having said in the prayer, O God, 296 2, 109 | De Corrupt. et Grat. ii) having stated that "without grace 297 2, 109 | can only spring from God's having "turned" them. ~Now to prepare 298 2, 109 | from Him. Hence if after having ~received grace man still 299 2, 111 | be distinguished by its ~having one only or both.~Aquin.: 300 2, 111 | Apostle (1 Cor. 12:31), having enumerated the ~gratuitous 301 2, 112 | of the giving of Christ," having enumerated the various graces, 302 2, 113 | all-mightiness most by pardoning and ~having mercy," and Augustine, expounding 303 2, 113 | that "to be capable of having faith and to be ~capable 304 2, 113 | faith and to be ~capable of having charity belongs to man's 305 2, 113 | of grace; since from its having been made to ~the likeness 306 2, 114 | another, is prevented from having its effect on account of 307 2 | OF FAITH (TEN ARTICLES)~Having to treat now of the theological 308 2, 1 | justice or ~temperance, while having a false opinion about what 309 2, 1 | according to faith, not having received the ~promises, 310 2, 1 | God is the active cause, having ~perfect knowledge from 311 2, 1 | 13], A[8]. Now in beings having an ~intellect, power does 312 2, 2 | referred to the will, through having the aspect of an end.~Aquin.: 313 2, 2 | but one ~and the same act having different relations to the 314 2, 2 | dullness of mind, or ~through having a number of occupations, 315 2, 2 | unless they be suspected of having been corrupted by ~heretics, 316 2, 3 | according to 2 ~Cor. 4:13: "Having the same spirit of faith . . . 317 2, 4 | man sins ~mortally after having living faith, a new habit 318 2, 4 | remain inactive in a person having living faith.~Aquin.: SMT 319 2, 10 | that "to be capable to having faith, just as to be ~capable 320 2, 10 | just as to be ~capable of having charity, is natural to all 321 2, 10 | he who resists it without having accepted it, even as ~he 322 2, 10 | 6:1): "Dare any of ~you, having a matter against another, 323 2, 11 | sincere: we read of this as having frequently been done for 324 2, 11 | when they fall again, after having been received, this seems ~ 325 2, 12 | by faith; secondly, by ~having his will duly submissive 326 2, 13 | is itself a generic sin, ~having its own determinate species: 327 2, 13 | the Holy ~Ghost, without having previously committed other 328 2, 14 | is ~hindered thereby from having what he loves yet more.~ 329 2, 15 | because this ~leads to his having better phantasms while asleep, 330 2, 16 | said to be theological from having God for ~the object to which 331 2, 17 | is a theological virtue having God for its ~object. Since 332 2, 17 | loves his neighbor, without having ~the virtue of charity, 333 2, 17 | is a theological virtue having God for its ~object, its 334 2, 18 | Now some are blamed for ~having no regard for man, for instance, 335 2, 18 | its proper ~object, but as having something of servile fear 336 2, 19 | happen that a man, while having a right opinion in the universal, ~ 337 2, 19 | it is that a man, ~while having right faith, in the universal, 338 2, 22 | would be absurd to speak of having friendship for wine or for 339 2, 23 | change to the state of ~"having" charity from the state 340 2, 23 | charity from the state of "not having it," so that something ~ 341 2, 23 | denotes a change to "more having" from "less having," ~so 342 2, 23 | more having" from "less having," ~so that there is need, 343 2, 23 | reason of the form itself having a fixed measure, and when ~ 344 2, 24 | death?" and Phil. 1:23: ~"Having a desire to be dissolved 345 2, 25 | thing is all the whiter for having less black mixed with it. ~ 346 2, 25 | not like the pleasure of having it ~present and because 347 2, 26 | more lovable; but ~through having more perfect charity, loves 348 2, 27 | according to Phil. 1:23: "Having a desire to be dissolved 349 2, 28 | not what he wants, or if, having what he wants, there still 350 2, 28 | far as it is a final good, having spiritual sweetness.~Aquin.: 351 2, 28 | way, a punishment, through having something connected with ~ 352 2, 28 | contumely, whether through having ~been contemned, or because 353 2, 28 | virtue, is a moral virtue having ~relation to the passions, 354 2, 30 | possible to give ~alms without having charity, according to 1 355 2, 30 | eleemosyne} it is derived ~from having mercy {eleein} even as the 356 2, 30 | virtue, since many, without having the habit ~of justice, do 357 2, 30 | profitable ~to all things, having promise of the life that 358 2, 31 | thee,'" etc. Now prelates having charge of others were usually 359 2, 31 | from obeying a precept by having committed a sin. But ~fraternal 360 2, 38 | bodily harm; not, however, by having recourse themselves to ~ 361 2, 38 | should be considered as having ~for their end the Divine 362 2, 40 | Sedition is a special sin, having something in common ~with 363 2, 41 | such as sin, or through ~having an appearance of evil. Thus, 364 2, 42 | operations - or to ~the having of a right faith - such 365 2, 42 | 10): "Let ~them minister, having no crime."~Aquin.: SMT SS 366 2, 43 | without mortal sin through having sanctifying grace, since 367 2, 46 | secondary acts or matters, not having, as it ~were, the whole 368 2, 49 | take good counsel, without having good sense so as to judge ~ 369 2, 52 | special on account of their having a special kind of ~act which 370 2, 53 | against prudence, through having some resemblance thereto, 371 2, 55 | is said to ~be just, as having the rectitude of justice, 372 2, 55 | as a man, is something ~having separate existence and distinct 373 2, 56 | as special virtues, each having a ~determinate matter; secondly, 374 2, 57 | through ~passion, without having the habit of injustice.~ 375 2, 57 | the civil law, except for having ~committed some injustice. 376 2, 58 | less frequently ~through having an evil opinion of a good 377 2, 58 | they punished sins without having authority ~over those whom 378 2, 58 | temporal. Now prelates ~having spiritual power sometimes 379 2, 60 | occasioned by one person having what belongs ~to another, 380 2, 60 | justly: for instance, if having in view the honor of God ~ 381 2, 60 | is so called from a man having "less"* ~than his due. [* 382 2, 60 | longer has it, through its having passed into another's hands. ~ 383 2, 60 | have what he took, through having transferred it to another, 384 2, 61 | professorship on account of his having sufficient knowledge, you 385 2, 61 | into your assembly a ~man having a golden ring,' etc., refer 386 2, 61 | person is to recognize him as having virtue, ~wherefore virtue 387 2, 61 | honored, on account of ~their having a share of the dignity of 388 2, 62 | entrusted to persons of rank having public ~authority: wherefore 389 2, 62 | life on account of one's having committed a sin, both because 390 2, 62 | oneself but for others, having the power to do so, provided 391 2, 62 | Nothing hinders one act from having two effects, only one ~of 392 2, 63 | Q[18], A[2]). Now ~man, having a free-will, is undue matter 393 2, 64 | a private individual not having public authority takes ~ 394 2, 65 | who is ~compensated by having his honor restored in the 395 2, 66 | also: "If a man repent of ~having made a wicked accusation 396 2, 66 | happens in two ways: first by having recourse ~to fraud in making 397 2, 75 | to another, or again in having it ~carried by another. 398 2, 76 | prevented in many ways ~from having.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[78] A[ 399 2, 77 | omission, not through not having virginity, but through not 400 2, 78 | said to be "humane, through having a feeling of love and pity ~ 401 2, 81 | reminded of the ~necessity of having recourse to God's help in 402 2, 81 | may ~acquire confidence in having recourse to God, and that 403 2, 81 | while yet in the body and having to be ~solicitous for themselves, 404 2, 81 | enter into thy chamber, and ~having shut the door, pray to thy 405 2, 81 | prepared for devotion without having recourse to those ~signs. 406 2, 81 | hinders the prayer from having fruit. It is against this 407 2, 81 | continually, either through having a continual ~desire, as 408 2, 81 | a gloss ~on 2 Tim. 3:5, "Having an appearance indeed of 409 2, 84 | they can accept oblations, having a ~right to them as rectors 410 2, 85 | scandal, on ~account of their having fallen into desuetude, or 411 2, 85 | clergy as such, i.e. as having ecclesiastical property, 412 2, 86 | who does something without having vowed it has an ~immovable 413 2, 92 | gods," on account of their having a ~share of the godhead; 414 2, 93 | are acts ~of bodily organs having an inclination for human 415 2, 93 | to the damsel's words, ~having previously prayed to God.~ 416 2, 94 | or in any like vanity, having no connection with reverence ~ 417 2, 94 | three-cornered, or the ~like, having no bearing on the reverence 418 2, 95 | says: "A man tempts God, if having the means at hand, without 419 2, 97 | other sins, through ~its act having no other deformity than 420 2, 98 | must beware of anything ~having an appearance of simony 421 2, 98 | possessed of science, without having ~taken upon himself the 422 2, 98 | guilty of simony, through having conferred Orders ~simoniacally, 423 2, 98 | simoniacally, or through having simoniacally granted or 424 2, 98 | a ~benefice, or through having been a go-between in a simoniacal ~ 425 2, 99 | a ~gloss on 2 Tim. 3:5, "Having an appearance indeed of 426 2, 99 | tempt God: since, while having human means ~at hand, he 427 2, 101 | shown towards creatures having a special ~affinity to God, 428 2, 101 | a man by ~reason of his having an affinity to God.~Aquin.: 429 2, 104 | in common with ~himself, having both of us in his mind, 430 2, 104 | deserving of praise, chiefly for having conferred the favor gratis ~ 431 2, 105 | should forthwith ~forget having given, and the latter should 432 2, 105 | latter should never forget having received." ~Now, seemingly, 433 2, 106 | is to be punished without having ~deserved it voluntarily.~ 434 2, 106 | sometimes punished without ~having voluntarily deserved it.~ 435 2, 106 | with ~the wicked, for not having condemned their sins, as 436 2, 106 | of his, disqualified ~for having or acquiring a certain good: 437 2, 107 | one thing outwardly while having another in ~his heart: so 438 2, 107 | principal virtue, through having something in common ~with 439 2, 108 | falsehood formally, through having the will to deceive, ~even 440 2, 109 | make a lying pretense of having a good intention, ~which 441 2, 110 | to wit, "a man boasts of having ~what he has not." Hence 442 2, 115 | much on good uses, ~without having the habit of liberality: 443 2, 115 | of ~other virtues, before having the habit of virtue, though 444 2, 115 | to rest. As to those who, having received money that others 445 2, 115 | more liberally, through not having experienced the want ~of 446 2, 116 | is an immoderate love of having possessions, which ~are 447 2, 116 | all ~immoderate desire for having anything whatever. Thus 448 2, 116 | vice: ~since it consists in having more than one ought according 449 2, 116 | want or on account of his having too much.~Aquin.: SMT SS 450 2, 119 | effect among others, of having a filial affection ~towards 451 2, 120 | creatures as gods without having recourse to images. Hence 452 2, 120 | profitable to all things, having promise of the life that ~ 453 2, 121 | act of a virtue ~without having the virtue, and from some 454 2, 121 | acts of ~fortitude without having the virtue. This may be 455 2, 121 | what he is confident of having learned to do ~well." Secondly, 456 2, 121 | act of fortitude without having the ~virtue, through the 457 2, 122 | Christ's, not only through having faith in Christ, but also 458 2, 124 | nothing unreasonable in its having ~different extremes in different 459 2, 126 | mind, and consists in one's having a mind ready for aggression. 460 2, 127 | may have a virtue without having magnanimity: ~since the 461 2, 127 | may denote ~the hope of having something, which hope we 462 2, 129 | into your assembly a man ~having a golden ring, in fine apparel . . . 463 2, 131 | himself in some things, and having a high opinion of himself ~ 464 2, 132 | the other virtues without having magnificence: because the ~ 465 2, 139 | have temperance without having the ~other virtues: for 466 2, 139 | not as a special virtue having a determinate matter, but 467 2, 143 | the body consists in a man having his bodily limbs well proportioned, ~ 468 2, 143 | is said to be honest as ~having a certain excellence deserving 469 2, 144 | according to 1 Tim. 6:8, "Having ~food, and wherewith to 470 2, 145 | that "the Wisdom of ~God having taken human nature, and 471 2, 146 | senses. Now as regards goods having the aspect of utility, there 472 2, 146 | as final cause, i.e. as having a most ~desirable end, other 473 2, 146 | most ~desirable through having one of the conditions of 474 2, 148 | to his descendants, for having ~laughed at his father when 475 2, 149 | thus it is a special virtue having a special matter, namely ~ 476 2, 150 | have other virtues without having virginity: ~else, since 477 2, 150 | special matter through having a special excellence, there 478 2, 150 | alone sing, is their joy at having ~preserved integrity of 479 2, 152 | save in the point of a man having intercourse with ~one who 480 2, 152 | does it matter if a man having knowledge of a woman by 481 2, 152 | Nothing prevents a sin from having a greater deformity ~through 482 2, 152 | takes its name from a man ~having intercourse "with a woman 483 2, 152 | species of lust, ~through having a special deformity in venereal 484 2, 152 | would hinder a man from having many ~friends: since through 485 2, 154 | in fact he rejoices in having ~sinned, because the sinful 486 2, 155 | clemency and meekness from having a certain ~restricted excellence 487 2, 156 | what ~has to be done, while having to act.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 488 2, 156 | wrath" he describes ~as "having beginning and movement," 489 2, 160 | it may be considered as having a certain ~influence towards 490 2, 160 | sensitive appetite, but also as having a more general signification, 491 2, 160 | or when ~they boast of having what they have not, or despise 492 2, 160 | presumption whereby one aims at having ~what is above one, would 493 2, 160 | pride, namely "boasting ~of having what one has not."~Aquin.: 494 2, 160 | regard to the manner of having it, in ~so far as a man 495 2, 160 | special sin; secondly, as having ~a general influence towards 496 2, 161 | due to ~the fact that, "having had no experience of God' 497 2, 162 | his fault. Secondly, as having an aspect of good, namely 498 2, 162 | motion towards ~the state of having been engendered: and thus 499 2, 162 | according to 1 ~Tim. 6:8, "Having food, and wherewith to be 500 2, 162 | Secondly, they were punished by having ~appointed to them things


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