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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 5 | desirableness, which being does not present.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[5] A[1] 2 1, 8 | belongs to the infinite to be present everywhere, and ~in all 3 1, 8 | accident, but as an agent is present to that upon ~which it works. 4 1, 8 | has ~being, God must be present to it, according to its 5 1, 8 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, to be present in anything means not to 6 1, 8 | superfluous to say that God is present in things by His essence, 7 1, 8 | Therefore neither is He ~present by His power.~Aquin.: SMT 8 1, 8 | still He is said to be present more familiarly in some 9 1, 8 | although he is not everywhere present. Again a thing is said ~ 10 1, 8 | in a house are said to be present to anyone, who ~nevertheless 11 1, 8 | essence, ~inasmuch as He is present to all as the cause of their 12 1, 8 | because His substance is present to all things as the ~cause 13 1, 8 | thing can be said to be present to another, when in its ~ 14 1, 8 | agent may be ~said to be present to another.~Aquin.: SMT 15 1, 8 | substance, ~renders God present in anything as the object 16 1, 10 | in eternity, there is no present, past or future, since ~ 17 1, 10 | article. But ~words denoting present, past and future time are 18 1, 10 | Himself were altered ~through present, past and future.~Aquin.: 19 1, 10 | 47], A[2]); we concede at present that there is only one ~ 20 1, 12 | most clearly God everywhere present, ~governing all corporeal 21 1, 12 | soul in the state of its present life, united as it is ~to 22 1, 12 | this does ~not apply to the present question, for God is present 23 1, 12 | present question, for God is present to the intellect ~seeing 24 1, 12 | seeing Him, possess Him as present, having the power to ~see 25 1, 12 | the Divine essence alone present to ~the intellect; by which 26 1, 13 | consignification, for it signifies present existence; ~and this above 27 1, 13 | this does not hold in the present ~case; because our intellect, 28 1, 14 | comprehending all time, the present glance of God extends ~over 29 1, 14 | any time, as to objects ~present to Him. But there are other 30 1, 14 | considered as future, but as present; neither ~is it considered 31 1, 14 | things that are in time are present to God from eternity, ~not 32 1, 14 | has the types of things present within Him, as some ~say; 33 1, 16 | that what is true in the present was ~to be in the future. 34 1, 16 | proposition regarding the ~present is a created truth, so is 35 1, 16 | propositions concerning ~present, past, or future. Thus it 36 1, 17 | likeness of things that are not present in substance.~Aquin.: SMT 37 1, 19 | permission and operation refer to present time, ~permission being 38 1, 19 | the former ~regards the present, and the two latter the 39 1, 20 | and delight regard ~good present and possessed; whereas desire 40 1, 20 | of the miseries ~of this present life, and therefore the 41 1, 22 | and understanding of the present; inasmuch as ~from the remembrance 42 1, 22 | understanding of what is ~present, we gather how to provide 43 1, 22 | a "per se" cause, either present or ~past, which it necessarily 44 1, 23 | preparation of grace in the ~present; and of glory in the future. 45 1, 23 | cause of what is ~in the present - namely, sin; but it is 46 1, 23 | beforehand in respect to present ~righteousness. For their 47 1, 24 | therein, on account of the present ~righteousness they see 48 1, 25 | in no way at all is the present course of events produced 49 1, 25 | power is restricted to this present course ~of events through 50 1, 25 | should be ~restricted to this present order of things. Now it 51 1, 25 | God restricted to this present order, as was shown above; 52 1, 25 | would be restricted ~to the present order of things; and would 53 1, 25 | secondly with "is," the present will be signified, but in 54 1, 25 | OBJ 3: The universe, the present creation being supposed, 55 1, 25 | or add something to the ~present creation; and then there 56 1, 39 | any creature four points present themselves to ~us in due 57 1, 43 | some way he begins to be present there: either ~because in 58 1, 43 | because in no way was he present before in the place whereto 59 1, 43 | wherein God is ~said to be present as the object known is in 60 1, 43 | in a sign, as He is also present in the sacraments, and in 61 1, 46 | infinite days preceded this present day. But it is impossible 62 1, 46 | never have arrived at ~this present day; which is manifestly 63 1, 46 | we choose, from it to the present day there is a ~finite number 64 1, 48 | third), so is it in the ~present case. But this explanation 65 1, 51 | to Tobias was seen by all present. From all this it is clearly ~ 66 1, 52 | things, and is ~not merely present in some places, but is everywhere. 67 1, 53 | does not hold good in the present case; and it is shown thus. ~ 68 1, 54 | generated in the angels, ~but is present naturally. Hence there is 69 1, 55 | indifferent to what is ~present or distant, except in so 70 1, 55 | indifferent as to things present and ~distant; and so he 71 1, 57 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the present and the future are differences 72 1, 57 | species refer ~equally to present, past, and future. Therefore 73 1, 57 | indifferently things past, present, and future.~Aquin.: SMT 74 1, 57 | which, being ~simple, is present to all time, and embraces 75 1, 57 | which happen in all time as ~present before Him; and He beholds 76 1, 57 | happen through all time, are present to ~the angelic mind.~Aquin.: 77 1, 57 | refer equally to things present, past, and ~future; nevertheless 78 1, 57 | future; nevertheless the present, past, and future; nevertheless 79 1, 57 | future; nevertheless the ~present, past, and future do not 80 1, 57 | relations to the species. ~Present things have a nature according 81 1, 57 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: In the present life one man's thought is 82 1, 58 | sensible things which are present, ~yet without any discursion 83 1, 62 | things in the Word ~was present to the angel from the outset 84 1, 62 | merit beatitude by their present ~ministrations, while in 85 1, 62 | progress belong to this present condition of ~life. But 86 1, 64 | they know some things as present, which they ~previously 87 1, 64 | cause sorrow when they are present. But ~there is no fear in 88 1, 64 | sorrow in the demons over present evil, so also ~there is 89 1, 66 | things are movable in the present state ~of the world, for 90 1, 67 | as the body is actually present; ~though this might be effected 91 1, 69 | first mentioned, but in the ~present passage it is to be taken 92 1, 77 | have maintained it. For the present purpose ~this may be proved 93 1, 77 | However, as far as the present question ~is concerned, 94 1, 39 | any creature four points present themselves to ~us in due 95 1, 43 | some way he begins to be present there: either ~because in 96 1, 43 | because in no way was he present before in the place whereto 97 1, 43 | wherein God is ~said to be present as the object known is in 98 1, 43 | in a sign, as He is also present in the sacraments, and in 99 1, 47 | infinite days preceded this present day. But it is impossible 100 1, 47 | never have arrived at ~this present day; which is manifestly 101 1, 47 | we choose, from it to the present day there is a ~finite number 102 1, 49 | third), so is it in the ~present case. But this explanation 103 1, 52 | to Tobias was seen by all present. From all this it is clearly ~ 104 1, 53 | things, and is ~not merely present in some places, but is everywhere. 105 1, 54 | does not hold good in the present case; and it is shown thus. ~ 106 1, 55 | generated in the angels, ~but is present naturally. Hence there is 107 1, 56 | indifferent to what is ~present or distant, except in so 108 1, 56 | indifferent as to things present and ~distant; and so he 109 1, 58 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the present and the future are differences 110 1, 58 | species refer ~equally to present, past, and future. Therefore 111 1, 58 | indifferently things past, present, and future.~Aquin.: SMT 112 1, 58 | which, being ~simple, is present to all time, and embraces 113 1, 58 | which happen in all time as ~present before Him; and He beholds 114 1, 58 | happen through all time, are present to ~the angelic mind.~Aquin.: 115 1, 58 | refer equally to things present, past, and ~future; nevertheless 116 1, 58 | future; nevertheless the present, past, and future; nevertheless 117 1, 58 | future; nevertheless the ~present, past, and future do not 118 1, 58 | relations to the species. ~Present things have a nature according 119 1, 58 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: In the present life one man's thought is 120 1, 59 | sensible things which are present, ~yet without any discursion 121 1, 63 | things in the Word ~was present to the angel from the outset 122 1, 63 | merit beatitude by their present ~ministrations, while in 123 1, 63 | progress belong to this present condition of ~life. But 124 1, 65 | they know some things as present, which they ~previously 125 1, 65 | cause sorrow when they are present. But ~there is no fear in 126 1, 65 | sorrow in the demons over present evil, so also ~there is 127 1, 67 | things are movable in the present state ~of the world, for 128 1, 68 | as the body is actually present; ~though this might be effected 129 1, 70 | first mentioned, but in the ~present passage it is to be taken 130 1, 76 | have maintained it. For the present purpose ~this may be proved 131 1, 76 | However, as far as the present question ~is concerned, 132 1, 77 | if only one of these is present, the thing is said to ~live; 133 1, 78 | of its being immuted by a present ~sensible: wherefore at 134 1, 78 | accidental that he ~exist in the present, past, or future. But on 135 1, 78 | individual act, in the past, present, or future. In this way, 136 1, 78 | intelligence, and will as always present in the soul, whether we 137 1, 78 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Past and present may differentiate the sensitive 138 1, 83 | intellectual soul of man, ~in the present state of life, does not 139 1, 83 | this ~way the soul, in the present state of life, cannot see 140 1, 83 | the body, even ~when not present to the senses, may be present 141 1, 83 | present to the senses, may be present to the imagination, as ~ 142 1, 83 | 2~I answer that, In the present state of life in which the 143 1, 83 | substances we know, in the present state of life, only by way 144 1, 83 | sensible things. But ~in the present state of life whatever we 145 1, 84 | and division implies past, present, or ~future time. But the 146 1, 84 | of our intellect in its present state is the ~quiddity of 147 1, 85 | intellect, which in its present state has a natural ~aptitude 148 1, 85 | cannot know God in our ~present life except through material 149 1, 85 | time. But it can know ~the present. Therefore it can know the 150 1, 85 | alone; ~to Whom even that is present which in the course of events 151 1, 86 | but to discern itself as present" - i.e. ~to know how it 152 1, 86 | by their ~likeness being present in the soul, and are said 153 1, 86 | But the soul's habits are present by their essence in ~the 154 1, 86 | habit arises from its being present, for the very fact ~of its 155 1, 86 | Reply OBJ 2: Habits are present in our intellect, not as 156 1, 86 | its object ~since, in the present state of life, our intellect' 157 1, 86 | unless it be in some way ~present in the intellect. But the 158 1, 86 | like bodies; nor by being present in their subject, as ~the 159 1, 87 | Whether the human soul in the present state of life can understand ~ 160 1, 87 | Whether the human soul in the present state of life can understand ~ 161 1, 87 | that the human soul in the present state of life ~can understand 162 1, 87 | corroborates, our intellect ~in its present state of life has a natural 163 1, 87 | iii) teaches that in this ~present life man can in the end 164 1, 87 | separate substances, as in ~the present life through the medium 165 1, 87 | consist. Nor, as regards the present inquiry, does it matter 166 1, 87 | intellects, according to the present state of life, extend ~to 167 1, 87 | intellect. Hence in the ~present state of life we cannot 168 1, 87 | passive intellect, in the present state of ~life, is such 169 1, 87 | to our intellect, in our present state of life, so that ~ 170 1, 87 | the human intellect in the present state of life ~cannot understand 171 1, 88 | its intelligence in the present life.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[89] 172 1, 88 | but not all, not ~even all present singulars. To understand 173 1, 88 | therefore, acquired in the present life does not remain in ~ 174 1, 92 | are known are ~not always present; but sometimes they are 175 1, 92 | sometimes they are actually present, and ~sometimes present 176 1, 92 | present, and ~sometimes present only in memory even after 177 1, 92 | us temporally ~for this present life; while in the future 178 1, 93 | between our knowledge in the ~present state, and the knowledge 179 1, 93 | or ~corporeal. But in his present state man is impeded as 180 1, 93 | Further, the soul in the present state is impeded from the ~ 181 1, 93 | separate substances. We, in our present state, ~fall short on account 182 1, 93 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the present state of life is given to 183 1, 94 | state, evil was neither ~present nor imminent, nor was any 184 1, 94 | those passions which ~regard present good, as joy and love; or 185 1, 94 | impulse to evil, as in our present state. ~Hence man was more 186 1, 95 | mastership of man: as neither at present are they for ~that reason 187 1, 95 | their own accord, as in the present state some ~domestic animals 188 1, 95 | ceases. But the cause ~of present inequality among men seems 189 1, 96 | not be corruptible in the present state.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 190 1, 97 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: In our present state a division of possessions 191 1, 97 | regards generation in our present state, concluded that ~in 192 1, 97 | coition, there are, in the present state ~of life, two things 193 1, 97 | is praiseworthy in our ~present state, not because it removes 194 1, 100 | perfect use of reason in our present ~state, is due to the soul 195 1, 106 | intelligible object is present to the intellect in three 196 1, 110 | The human intellect in its present state can understand ~only 197 1, 111 | it belongs to God to be present everywhere, because, ~since 198 1, 111 | the Lord, Satan also was present among them." Therefore much ~ 199 1, 111 | having assisted, but as present ~among the assistants; for, 200 2, 3 | men, according to their present state of life, ~the final 201 2, 3 | And for this reason in the present state of life, perfect happiness ~ 202 2, 3 | everlasting operation. But in the present life, in as far ~as we fall 203 2, 3 | when it ~desires it; and present, when it is delighted by 204 2, 3 | will ~from the end being present; and not conversely, is 205 2, 3 | conversely, is a thing made present, ~by the fact that the will 206 2, 3 | Therefore, that the end be ~present to him who desires it, must 207 2, 3 | through its being made present to us by ~an act of the 208 2, 4 | whereby the end is first made present to charity.~Aquin.: SMT 209 2, 4 | sometimes the thing beloved is present to the lover: and then it 210 2, 4 | for. Sometimes it is not present, and it is impossible to ~ 211 2, 4 | but delight in the end now present results from love, as already ~ 212 2, 4 | holding of something already present and possessed: thus one 213 2, 4 | seen, inasmuch as it is present, is the object of ~comprehension.~ 214 2, 4 | Divine Essence, we are not ~present to the Lord. But the souls 215 2, 4 | from the body, and to ~be present with the Lord." Whence it 216 2, 5 | Reply OBJ 2: To man in the present state of life the natural 217 2, 5 | cannot be excluded. For this present ~life is subject to many 218 2, 5 | abiding. Now the goods of the present life pass away; since life 219 2, 6 | differ not only ~according to present and future time, but also 220 2, 9 | moved on the mover being present. But the ~will is always 221 2, 9 | But the ~will is always present to itself. If, therefore, 222 2, 9 | will is always actually present to itself; ~but the act 223 2, 9 | of the will: which in the present case is impossible; since 224 2, 14 | then, the past precedes the present, and the ~present precedes 225 2, 14 | precedes the present, and the ~present precedes the future, it 226 2, 14 | proceed from the past and present to the future: which is 227 2, 14 | should begin from things present.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[14] A[ 228 2, 14 | infinite number of things may present themselves to be ~inquired 229 2, 15 | take cognizance of things present; for the ~imagination apprehends 230 2, 15 | whether the singulars be present or absent. And since the ~ 231 2, 17 | unless the sensible be present; which presence of the ~ 232 2, 23 | difficult evil already present: and when such an evil is 233 2, 23 | and when such an evil is present, the ~appetite must needs 234 2, 23 | supposed to be already present or past. Thus no passion 235 2, 23 | Because the opposite of present evil is good obtained, which 236 2, 23 | respect of evil not yet present we have "fear" and "daring." 237 2, 23 | A[3]). But evil already present gives rise to the passion 238 2, 25 | daring; or an evil ~actually present, which pertains to anger; 239 2, 25 | to strive to overcome a ~present evil, than a future evil. 240 2, 25 | passions in relation to the present and the ~future: for movement 241 2, 25 | while rest is in something ~present: so that joy relates to 242 2, 25 | so that joy relates to present good, sadness relates to 243 2, 25 | good, sadness relates to present ~evil; hope regards future 244 2, 25 | that regard good or evil, present or future, ~they all culminate 245 2, 28 | and not only ~when I am present with you." Therefore union 246 2, 28 | instance, when the beloved is present with the lover. The ~second 247 2, 28 | the beloved be absent or present.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[28] A[ 248 2, 28 | it, or in its good, when present; or, in ~the absence of 249 2, 28 | If, then, the beloved is present and ~possessed, pleasure 250 2, 30 | rise to concupiscence; when present, it gives joy: in like ~ 251 2, 30 | us fear, the evil that is present ~makes us sad": from which 252 2, 30 | according as it is really present, or absent: because, according 253 2, 30 | because, according as it is ~present, it causes the faculty to 254 2, 30 | pleasure, inasmuch as, when present, it makes the faculty to 255 2, 32 | Because ~pleasure is caused by present good, as Damascene says ( 256 2, 32 | any way. Now a thing is present to ~us in two ways. First, 257 2, 32 | those are, after a fashion, present, i.e. ~either according 258 2, 32 | inasmuch as it implies a present ~appraising of a future 259 2, 33 | respect of something ~actually present. But it may happen that 260 2, 33 | happen that what is actually present is not ~perfectly possessed: 261 2, 33 | vehemently affected towards a present than towards an ~absent 262 2, 35 | pain is only in respect of present evil. But sorrow can ~refer 263 2, 35 | sense perceives only what is present; but the ~interior cognitive 264 2, 35 | cognitive power can perceive the present, past and future. ~Consequently 265 2, 35 | Consequently sorrow can regard present, past and future: whereas 266 2, 35 | can only regard ~something present.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[35] A[ 267 2, 35 | and sorrow or pain, viz. present good and present ~evil, 268 2, 35 | pain, viz. present good and present ~evil, are contrary to one 269 2, 35 | ways, the sorrows of the ~present life lead us to the comfort 270 2, 36 | than for an evil that is present.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[36] A[ 271 2, 36 | gives rise to fear, the present evil is the cause of sorrow."~ 272 2, 36 | it regards ~chiefly, the present evil or the good which is 273 2, 36 | regards the evil that is present. On the other hand love, 274 2, 36 | cause of a passion, the present ~evil is more properly the 275 2, 36 | is ~caused by something present; whereas the object of desire 276 2, 36 | cause of pain or sorrow is a present evil. On the other hand, 277 2, 36 | sorrow more for the loss of present good, in ~which we have 278 2, 36 | nevertheless, in a way, present, inasmuch as it is hoped 279 2, 36 | hindrance is ~reckoned as present, and so gives rise to sorrow.~ 280 2, 36 | power of the agent is not present but ~future. But sorrow 281 2, 36 | future. But sorrow is for present evil. Therefore a greater 282 2, 36 | As stated above (A[1]), a present evil, is cause of ~sorrow 283 2, 36 | cause of ~the evil being present, should be reckoned as causing 284 2, 36 | appetite to ~be united with a present evil: and whatever is contrary 285 2, 37 | that sorrow is caused by a present evil: and this evil, from 286 2, 37 | depressed ~in so far as, for the present, it fails to grasp that 287 2, 37 | 15): "Carefully study to ~present thyself . . . a workman 288 2, 37 | the soul by reason of a present evil, which makes a stronger ~ 289 2, 38 | to sorrow: whereas ~the present good inclines him to pleasure. 290 2, 38 | since the perception of the present moves more ~strongly than 291 2, 38 | evil that saddens us is present to the ~imagination. But 292 2, 39 | appetite being uneasy about a present evil, is itself an ~evil, 293 2, 39 | pain on account of this present evil. For if he were not 294 2, 39 | supposing an evil to be present, sorrow or pain should ensue. 295 2, 39 | the appetite ensues from a present ~evil. One is that whereby 296 2, 39 | appetite is opposed to the present evil; ~and, in this respect, 297 2, 39 | use; because that which is present, ~cannot be not present. 298 2, 39 | present, ~cannot be not present. The other movement arises 299 2, 40 | not regard that which is present and already ~possessed: 300 2, 40 | from joy which regards a present ~good. Thirdly, that it 301 2, 40 | apprehension of something present and of ~something future; 302 2, 40 | through seeing something present, an ~animal's appetite is 303 2, 41 | fear is not of something present, but of something future, 304 2, 41 | not the future but the present. Since, then, fear is of ~ 305 2, 41 | sorrow, which regards the present evil: because fear ~regards 306 2, 41 | not so strong a motive as present evil.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[41] 307 2, 41 | due to the agent ~being present to the soul, although neither 308 2, 41 | neither corporally nor really ~present: that is to say, in so far 309 2, 41 | which is really future, is ~present in the apprehension of the 310 2, 41 | but from ~apprehending the present, an animal is moved by natural 311 2, 41 | fear causes ~sorrow when present: wherefore the Philosopher 312 2, 41 | who is amazed shrinks at present from forming a judgment ~ 313 2, 41 | fears both to ~judge at present, and to inquire afterwards. 314 2, 42 | look upon it as already ~present. Hence the Philosopher says ( 315 2, 42 | for such like evils, when present; fear when ~threatening 316 2, 42 | give us pain when they are ~present." But it is possible for 317 2, 42 | because sorrow is about ~present evil, whereas fear is future 318 2, 42 | give us pain when they are ~present, make us fear when they 319 2, 42 | the future. But fear is present to him ~that fears. Therefore 320 2, 42 | alluded to ~(ad 2) a man's present fear may have a future fear 321 2, 42 | Consequently, just as sorrow for a present ~evil is mitigated in course 322 2, 42 | one by which an already ~present evil is removed: and of 323 2, 43 | the defect caused by evil present, which is the ~object of 324 2, 43 | actually ~suffering from a present evil; wherefore their defect 325 2, 45 | arduous and ~difficult when present. It is then therefore that 326 2, 48 | as soon as vengeance is present, pleasure ensues, and so ~ 327 2, 48 | if ~vengeance be really present, perfect pleasure ensues, 328 2, 48 | before vengeance is ~really present, it becomes present to the 329 2, 48 | really present, it becomes present to the angry man in two 330 2, 48 | contrary to it, ~if it be present: hence we see that hot water 331 2, 48 | as by a ~contrary that is present; it follows that the appetite 332 2, 48 | the further the ~sense of present wrong recedes into the past. 333 2, 54 | chiefly ~concerned with at present, is a perfection of a power. 334 2, 57 | past, understanding of the ~present, and foresight of the future." 335 2, 59 | an evil that is already present. Now they ~held that no 336 2, 59 | that sorrow is about ~evil present, whereas fear is for evil 337 2, 59 | as pleasure is about ~a present good, while desire is for 338 2, 59 | resulting from sorrow ~for a present evil, is altogether contrary 339 2, 59 | is an evil ~which can be present to the virtuous man, as 340 2, 59 | well-conditioned mind, according to the present ~state of life.~Aquin.: 341 2, 60 | intense, and so do not present much difficulty to the reason: 342 2, 67 | things employed in this present life. But, as regards ~the 343 2, 67 | absent from the Lord, but ~present to Him. Therefore after 344 2, 67 | nor future, but only the present. And yet, properly ~speaking, 345 2, 67 | the apprehension ~of the present life differs from the apprehension 346 2, 68 | operations are: and thus, in the present life they have an ~operation 347 2, 68 | are compatible with the present state: for it is thus that 348 2, 68 | that ~passes away with the present state, and something that 349 2, 68 | which is ~necessary in the present life; and also that "it 350 2, 68 | which is necessary in the present ~life; and further, that 351 2, 68 | ignorance," ~which refers to the present state. When, however, he 352 2, 68 | literally refer only ~to the present state: yet the inward regard 353 2, 68 | lest it pride itself in present things," which ~refers to 354 2, 68 | things," which ~refers to the present state, and that "it strengthens 355 2, 68 | which also belongs to the present state, as regards ~hope, 356 2, 69 | holds them to refer to the present life; and Chrysostom in ~ 357 2, 69 | future, and some ~to the present life.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[69] 358 2, 69 | which case they refer to the present life. Because when a ~man 359 2, 69 | consolation ~for the toils of the present life, in the lusts and pleasures 360 2, 70 | so are the fruits of the present life ~to the beatitudes 361 2, 70 | to the beatitudes of the present life, which are based on 362 2, 70 | Therefore the ~fruits of the present life are the beatitudes.~ 363 2, 70 | hand the ~fruits of the present life are not simply ultimate 364 2, 70 | is only ~one fruit of the present life; according to Rm. 6: 365 2, 73 | without the ~others being present; secondly, because sin is 366 2, 74 | the articles of faith to present ~itself to the reason suddenly 367 2, 86 | Eph. 5:27): "That He might present ~it to Himself a glorious 368 2, 89 | Eph. 5:27): "That He might present it ~to Himself a glorious 369 2, 90 | concerns ~those who are present. Therefore it is not essential 370 2, 90 | OBJ 2: Those who are not present when a law is promulgated, 371 2, 93 | the other conditions be ~present which we have mentioned 372 2, 95 | sit in judgment of things present, towards which they are ~ 373 2, 100 | mind in God, either, in the present life, by grace, or, in ~ 374 2, 101 | Body Para. 3/3~But in the present state of life, we are unable 375 2, 101 | minds as ~something past or present: and the truth of the glory 376 2, 102 | admonishes us (Rm. ~12:1), to present our bodies "a living sacrifice, 377 2, 102 | determinate, so that it may present some likeness thereto. Consequently, ~ 378 2, 102 | signifies the ~state of the present changeable life: whereas 379 2, 102 | tabernacle, which denotes this present world, also contained ~three 380 2, 102 | hands of the priest could be present in the court. But the priests ~ 381 2, 103 | heavenly goods, as in ~things present or past. Such is the state 382 2, 103 | which both are possessed as present; wherein nothing is ~believed 383 2, 103 | boons are a thing of the present.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[103] A[ 384 2, 105 | die while ~the owner is present, the borrower is not bound 385 2, 105 | deteriorated while he was present and taking proper care ~ 386 2, 105 | everything with a ~view to the present life, it was ordained that 387 2, 106 | one. Now no ~state of the present life can be more perfect 388 2, 106 | Therefore no state of the present life can be more perfect 389 2, 106 | of the Gospel; so is the present state figurative and imperfect 390 2, 106 | the advent of which the present ~state will be done away 391 2, 108 | for the needs, not ~of the present, but of a future time: wherefore 392 2, 109 | abstain from sin. And in the present life this ~healing is wrought 393 2, 111 | grace ~whereby we are at present justified. For even as the 394 2, 112 | bear the ~evils of this present life, as when it was said 395 2, 113 | not remember, if they were present to his memory; and this ~ 396 2, 114 | condign. ~Now no act of the present life can equal everlasting 397 2, 114 | Holy Ghost which we have at present, ~although unequal to glory 398 2, 114 | our justifications that we present our ~prayers before Thy 399 2, 114 | adhering to the promises of the present life; and not merely their ~ 400 2, 1 | suffered, died and was buried, present the same difficulty, ~so 401 2, 4 | and of the unseen, of the present ~and of the absent. Consequently 402 2, 4 | end must of necessity be present ~to the intellect before 403 2, 4 | the intellect before it is present to the will, since the will 404 2, 4 | Hence, as the last end is present in the will by hope and ~ 405 2, 4 | gifts received in this present life, they are related to 406 2, 5 | but by seeing Him clearly present ~to their contemplation." 407 2, 5 | by another, even in ~the present state, as we have shown 408 2, 5 | light of wisdom He was more present to ~them than He is to us, 409 2, 5 | although He was not so present to them as He is to ~the 410 2, 7 | intellect, according ~to the present state of life.~ 411 2, 8 | Ghost perfect man in the present ~state of life. But the 412 2, 8 | God does not belong to the present life, ~since it is that 413 2, 12 | would ~be blasphemy in their present state: and consequently 414 2, 12 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: In the present life men are deterred from 415 2, 13 | punished for it, both in the present life, through the ~Romans, 416 2, 16 | temporal and spiritual, of the present life, ~and, as evidenced 417 2, 17 | is no ~longer future, but present, it is incompatible with 418 2, 17 | not differ in respect of present, past and future. Hence 419 2, 17 | things, bad or good, past, present, or future, one's own or 420 2, 18 | one husband, that I may ~present you as a chaste virgin to 421 2, 18 | worldly goods, whereby the present ~life is supported. Therefore 422 2, 18 | ceases when happiness is present: whereas fear implies a ~ 423 2, 22 | imperfectly indeed in this present state of life, wherefore 424 2, 23 | far as the needs of the present ~life demand. This is the 425 2, 24 | according to Rm. 6:13: "Present . . . your members as instruments 426 2, 24 | there good thoughts in the present, the memory of past ~good, 427 2, 24 | whatever they find ~there, present, past and future, is evil 428 2, 25 | strict sense, so that the present question is whether the ~ 429 2, 25 | the pleasure of having it ~present and because it is more pleasant 430 2, 25 | another, as he needs to in the present life, wherein each man has 431 2, 27 | that presence whereby He is present to ~some by the vision of " 432 2, 27 | even in ~this life, He is present to those who love Him, by 433 2, 28 | keenly as when they are present to the senses. ~Hence the 434 2, 28 | far as they represent as ~present, the evil that excites our 435 2, 37 | The punishments of the present life are medicinal, and ~ 436 2, 41 | active and passive, the ~present question does not apply 437 2, 45 | future from knowledge of the ~present or past, which pertains 438 2, 45 | which has to be done at the ~present time. Hence it is clear 439 2, 46 | called "memory," if of the present, whether ~contingent or 440 2, 47 | undone. In like manner, the present as ~such, has a kind of 441 2, 47 | that which occurs in the present has to be ~directed. Therefore 442 2, 50 | counsel according to the present state of ~life, but not 443 2, 51 | past, "intelligence" of the present, "shrewdness" in ~considering 444 2, 53 | excess of the needs of the ~present life, or if he were to forestall 445 2, 58 | the lawgiver ~himself were present he would judge otherwise. 446 2, 62 | unhappiness whatsoever of the present life, because the ultimate 447 2, 64 | according to the judgment of the present life the death punishment 448 2, 64 | Hence according to the present judgment the pain of death 449 2, 64 | that it is evident that the present need must be ~remedied by 450 2, 65 | accused have his accusers ~present, and have liberty to make 451 2, 66 | accusation is made in the present. Therefore the accusation ~ 452 2, 66 | writing when the accuser is present.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[68] A[ 453 2, 69 | and it suffices to succor ~present needs. Hence it is written ( 454 2, 71 | reviling if he alone be present: ~although if a man speak 455 2, 74 | respect of being guilty of present sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[76] 456 2, 78 | says (De invent. ii, 53), present, ~past and future things 457 2, 79 | virtues, in so far as our ~present scope demands. We shall 458 2, 80 | account of ~the defects of the present life, on the other hand 459 2, 81 | Body Para. 2/2~Now in the present instance we are speaking 460 2, 81 | Thirdly, ~there is the present penal state which is a kind 461 2, 81 | belong to the needs of the present life~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[83] 462 2, 83 | according to Rm. 12:1, "Present your bodies a living ~sacrifice." 463 2, 84 | foreshadowed truth was ~actually present. But the offering of first-fruits 464 2, 86 | after ~saying (Rm. 12:1), "Present your bodies a living sacrifice, 465 2, 87 | to witness when we assert present or past events, and this 466 2, 87 | that is ~necessary for the present life.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[89] 467 2, 87 | which is about ~something present or past), nor such oaths 468 2, 87 | about the future or the ~present, should contain the truth, 469 2, 87 | that is about the past or present, this obligation ~affects, 470 2, 87 | accompanying conditions be present, namely, judgment and ~justice.~ 471 2, 87 | is about the past or the ~present, so too is it required for 472 2, 87 | swearing to the truth about ~present or past things. Therefore 473 2, 87 | about something past or present, has already ~acquired a 474 2, 93 | themselves except when they are present, ~as when he sees Socrates 475 2, 93 | future as though it were present, as stated in the FP, ~Q[ 476 2, 95 | 15): "Carefully study to present thyself approved unto ~God." 477 2, 96 | oath extends to past and present things. Now the obligation ~ 478 2, 98 | simony is based. But ~to present a person to an ecclesiastical 479 2, 106 | inflicted by God in this present life for our humiliation 480 2, 120 | come, but also as to the present life, ~according to the 481 2, 120 | for the favor. However, present goods or evils are not the 482 2, 121 | quench the lusts of the present ~life." Therefore fortitude 483 2, 121 | difficult to be unmoved ~by the present than by the future. Thirdly, 484 2, 121 | fly when the danger is ~present; this is not the behavior 485 2, 121 | whereas this cause is not present to the aggressor.~Aquin.: 486 2, 122 | of all the goods of the present life man ~loves life itself 487 2, 122 | that he despises all things present, in order to ~obtain invisible 488 2, 124 | they desire to ~free from present stress. Hence it may happen 489 2, 125 | fail when the danger is present," namely through fear.~ 490 2, 127 | 15, ~"Carefully study to present thyself approved unto God." 491 2, 134 | namely, to the goods of ~the present life, which will not remain 492 2, 134 | matters ~pertaining to the present life, but it will remain 493 2, 134 | pain occasioned by things present; and it is in the latter ~ 494 2, 135 | habitual grace bestowed in the present life, it is not in ~the 495 2, 138 | hardships and toils of the present life pertain to patience 496 2, 139 | depends on the need of the present life?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[141] 497 2, 139 | depend on the ~needs of the present life. For higher things 498 2, 139 | are more necessary to the present ~life, as stated above ( 499 2, 145 | its observance if he were present. Hence it ~is that not all, 500 2, 146 | something useful to the present life, or pleasing to the ~


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