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St. Thomas Aquinas
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1 1, 5 | said simply to have being, accordingly as it ~is primarily distinguished 2 1, 6 | things are called ~good, accordingly as they are directed to 3 1, 10 | shown above (Q[9], A[1]). Accordingly, however, as some receive 4 1, 10 | said to be many eternities, accordingly as many ~share in eternity, 5 1, 13 | Himself; but we know Him accordingly as He is represented in ~ 6 1, 13 | God. For we name anything accordingly as we know it, since ~"names", 7 1, 13 | as to ~His "suppositum," accordingly as He is considered as " 8 1, 13 | be taken in two senses, accordingly ~as this adverb "otherwise" 9 1, 14 | resides in the ~operator; and accordingly as it is in the operator, 10 1, 18 | feeling are called movement. Accordingly all things are ~said to 11 1, 18 | belong naturally. To live, ~accordingly, is nothing else than to 12 1, 18 | than execute the action. ~Accordingly there are things that move 13 1, 19 | as long as he is sitting. Accordingly as to things ~willed by 14 1, 19 | unless we will ~to do so. Accordingly expression is not attributed 15 1, 22 | merit; and there is given it accordingly ~something by way of punishment 16 1, 23 | to prepare itself to act, accordingly as it ~preconceives the 17 1, 23 | 23] A[5] Body Para. 2/4~Accordingly there were some who held 18 1, 25 | and under that of nature. Accordingly the ~notion of power is 19 1, 26 | money, and its acquisition. ~Accordingly God is indeed the last end 20 1, 27 | vital movement and impulse, accordingly as anyone is described as 21 1, 32 | effects do ~to their cause. Accordingly, by natural reason we can 22 1, 45 | by way of creation; and accordingly, that to each operation 23 1, 48 | fault and by pain; by pain, accordingly as a man is removed from 24 1, 50 | refuted ~above (Q[47], A[1]). Accordingly, the multiplication of the 25 1, 51 | person beholding it, and can accordingly ~be seen by all. Now by 26 1, 51 | cannot be ~said of God. Accordingly, although God is not moved 27 1, 52 | 52] A[1] Body Para. 2/3~Accordingly there is no need for saying 28 1, 53 | the limit of the same. ~Accordingly, since magnitude is infinitely 29 1, 53 | which is not possible. Accordingly, then, as the angel's movement ~ 30 1, 53 | movement must precede change. ~Accordingly such movement is through 31 1, 56 | principle of individuation. Accordingly, if there be any single ~ 32 1, 57 | observed in other cases. Accordingly, since an angel is above 33 1, 58 | themselves are also creatures. Accordingly the ~existence of things 34 1, 59 | inclination is termed ~"will." Accordingly, since the angels by their 35 1, 59 | nature of ~any created thing. Accordingly, neither the will of the 36 1, 59 | particular good object. Accordingly, since there exists in the 37 1, 62 | is immediately from God. Accordingly it seems ~rather that grace 38 1, 62 | knowledge and love of glory. Accordingly ~there is nothing to hinder 39 1, 64 | but "nocturnal" knowledge. Accordingly we read in Gn. ~1:5 that 40 1, 65 | can have taken place, and ~accordingly, the corporeal forms that 41 1, 66 | the corporeal creation. Accordingly ~they say that the formlessness 42 1, 70 | to the heavenly bodies. Accordingly, the union of a soul to ~ 43 1, 77 | the powers of the soul. Accordingly we may ~observe a triple 44 1, 46 | by way of creation; and accordingly, that to each operation 45 1, 49 | fault and by pain; by pain, accordingly as a man is removed from 46 1, 51 | refuted ~above (Q[47], A[1]). Accordingly, the multiplication of the 47 1, 52 | person beholding it, and can accordingly ~be seen by all. Now by 48 1, 52 | cannot be ~said of God. Accordingly, although God is not moved 49 1, 53 | 52] A[1] Body Para. 2/3~Accordingly there is no need for saying 50 1, 54 | the limit of the same. ~Accordingly, since magnitude is infinitely 51 1, 54 | which is not possible. Accordingly, then, as the angel's movement ~ 52 1, 54 | movement must precede change. ~Accordingly such movement is through 53 1, 57 | principle of individuation. Accordingly, if there be any single ~ 54 1, 58 | observed in other cases. Accordingly, since an angel is above 55 1, 59 | themselves are also creatures. Accordingly the ~existence of things 56 1, 60 | inclination is termed ~"will." Accordingly, since the angels by their 57 1, 60 | nature of ~any created thing. Accordingly, neither the will of the 58 1, 60 | particular good object. Accordingly, since there exists in the 59 1, 63 | is immediately from God. Accordingly it seems ~rather that grace 60 1, 63 | knowledge and love of glory. Accordingly ~there is nothing to hinder 61 1, 65 | but "nocturnal" knowledge. Accordingly we read in Gn. ~1:5 that 62 1, 66 | can have taken place, and ~accordingly, the corporeal forms that 63 1, 67 | the corporeal creation. Accordingly ~they say that the formlessness 64 1, 71 | to the heavenly bodies. Accordingly, the union of a soul to ~ 65 1, 76 | the powers of the soul. Accordingly we may ~observe a triple 66 1, 77 | souls being ~distinguished accordingly as the operation of the 67 1, 78 | deprived of ~anything. And accordingly, whatever passes from potentiality 68 1, 94 | follow reason's judgment, ~accordingly as the sensual appetite 69 1, 107 | principality is said to be "one" ~accordingly as the multitude can be 70 1, 107 | the names of the ~orders accordingly as they befit the spiritual 71 1, 107 | knowledge takes place ~accordingly as the thing known is in 72 1, 107 | agrees with the ~"Virtues" accordingly as this name expressed a 73 1, 107 | will cease. It will cease accordingly as their ~offices are directed 74 1, 107 | end; but it will ~remain, accordingly as it agrees with the attainment 75 1, 108 | it is shared by creatures accordingly as they are the nearer to ~ 76 2, 3 | Q[3] A[6] Body Para. 2/2~Accordingly perfect happiness cannot 77 2, 6 | according to its appetite. Accordingly this is violent, not simply ~ 78 2, 6 | the will does something. Accordingly, as Gregory of ~Nyssa [* 79 2, 6 | as it were relatively. Accordingly, nothing prevents a ~thing 80 2, 6 | previously he repudiated. ~Accordingly, that which is done out 81 2, 6 | deprives one of this knowledge. Accordingly, we must take ~note that 82 2, 6 | being due to negligence. Accordingly, if in either of these ~ 83 2, 7 | known to the less known. ~Accordingly with us, names of more obvious 84 2, 7 | it, or is placed near it. Accordingly, whatever ~conditions are 85 2, 7 | 7] A[1] R.O. 3 Para. 2/2~Accordingly, circumstances are related 86 2, 7 | unequal," and such like. Accordingly, since the goodness of acts ~ 87 2, 7 | cause of the act itself. ~Accordingly, neither "who," nor "why," 88 2, 8 | to ~them in the same way. Accordingly, the will is referred both 89 2, 8 | apprehended, are beings. Accordingly, in so far as such like 90 2, 8 | above A[1], Reply OBJ[1]]. ~Accordingly, if we speak of the will 91 2, 8 | it is moved to the end. Accordingly ~the will is moved to the 92 2, 9 | excellent in a certain respect. Accordingly the will is ~simply more 93 2, 9 | counter ~to the will: and accordingly nothing hinders the will 94 2, 9 | act that it moves itself. Accordingly it does not ~follow that 95 2, 9 | heavy and light things. Accordingly ~man endowed with a will 96 2, 10 | remains in a certain degree. ~Accordingly in so far as the reason 97 2, 11 | aspects, to different powers. Accordingly the vision of ~God, as vision, 98 2, 11 | appetite cannot enjoy: and accordingly enjoyment is not ~possible 99 2, 11 | consummation of his delight. Accordingly these ~fruits mentioned 100 2, 11 | relation to something else. Accordingly ~God is the last end, as 101 2, 12 | Secondly, it may be considered accordingly ~as the will is moved to 102 2, 12 | descent (Phys. iii, 3). Accordingly, in so far as ~the movement 103 2, 13 | object ~to the appetite. Accordingly, that act whereby the will 104 2, 13 | of that which it moves. Accordingly, in all things moved by ~ 105 2, 13 | comparison to the Divine art. And accordingly order is to be ~seen in 106 2, 13 | there is but one last end. ~Accordingly wherever there are several 107 2, 18 | 18] A[4] Body Para. 2/2~Accordingly a fourfold goodness may 108 2, 18 | determination of the former. Accordingly when ~the object is not 109 2, 18 | be hurtful to others. And accordingly, because he hurts ~none 110 2, 19 | wish for just things": and accordingly, virtue is a ~habit from 111 2, 20 | white, and partly black. And accordingly, nothing hinders an ~action 112 2, 21 | praise or blame?~(3) Whether accordingly, it is meritorious or demeritorious?~( 113 2, 21 | demeritorious?~(4) Whether it is accordingly meritorious or demeritorious 114 2, 23 | 23] A[2] Body Para. 2/4~Accordingly there is a twofold contrariety 115 2, 23 | only of a term wherefrom. Accordingly ~every concupiscible passion 116 2, 23 | 23] A[3] Body Para. 3/4~Accordingly no movement of the soul 117 2, 23 | 23] A[4] Body Para. 4/6~Accordingly it is clear that in the 118 2, 24 | 24] A[3] Body Para. 2/2~Accordingly just as it is better that 119 2, 25 | 25] A[1] Body Para. 4/4~Accordingly the passions of the irascible 120 2, 25 | good is joy or pleasure. Accordingly in this ~order, love precedes 121 2, 25 | sixth book of his Physics. Accordingly, it ~is evident that hope 122 2, 26 | movement ends where it began. ~Accordingly, the first change wrought 123 2, 26 | which he wishes some good. Accordingly, man has love ~of concupiscence 124 2, 27 | beginning of ~spiritual love. Accordingly knowledge is the cause of 125 2, 27 | 27] A[3] Body Para. 2/4~Accordingly the first kind of likeness 126 2, 29 | simply because it is color. Accordingly hatred in the sensitive 127 2, 30 | to find rest in ~itself. Accordingly, concupiscence is a passion 128 2, 30 | 30] A[3] Body Para. 2/2~Accordingly concupiscences of the first 129 2, 31 | movement is called delight. Accordingly by saying that ~delight 130 2, 31 | completion, as observed above. ~Accordingly when we say that delight 131 2, 31 | 31] A[2] Body Para. 2/2~Accordingly, we must say that delight, 132 2, 31 | according to ~reason. And accordingly delight extends to more 133 2, 31 | is called the ~will. And accordingly in the intellectual appetite 134 2, 31 | the angelic delights." ~Accordingly we have delight, not only 135 2, 31 | thing moved" (Phys. iii, 3). Accordingly the aforesaid ~actions of 136 2, 33 | impediments to activity." Accordingly there is a certain pleasure 137 2, 34 | unnatural, if it disagrees. Accordingly, just as ~in the natural 138 2, 34 | the possession ~of money. Accordingly, man's last end may be said 139 2, 34 | operations, as stated above. Accordingly ~nothing prevents some pleasure 140 2, 35 | indeed but not sorrow. Accordingly sorrow is a species of pain, 141 2, 35 | stated in Ethic. iii, 10. Accordingly, in referring to the ~objects 142 2, 35 | their terms or objects. Accordingly in those ~things that are 143 2, 35 | is altogether disparate. Accordingly it is evident that no ~sorrow 144 2, 36 | regarded as a "contrary." Accordingly, so far as the movement 145 2, 36 | 36] A[1] Body Para. 3/3~Accordingly, since, in the movements 146 2, 36 | 36] A[4] Body Para. 3/3~Accordingly if some greater power prevail 147 2, 36 | greater in some respect: and accordingly it is able to inflict some ~ 148 2, 37 | caused by sorrow itself. ~Accordingly action stands in a twofold 149 2, 38 | are contrary ~to his will. Accordingly, on the part of the things 150 2, 38 | to the lower powers: and accordingly, the pleasure of ~contemplation, 151 2, 39 | stated in Ethic. iv, 9. Accordingly, supposing the presence 152 2, 40 | something ~impossible. And accordingly hope is a movement of the 153 2, 40 | power, or by another's. Accordingly when a man hopes to ~obtain 154 2, 40 | he had thought ~possible. Accordingly experience causes hope in 155 2, 42 | them as far ~as it can. Accordingly, from the inclination of 156 2, 42 | that length of time. ~And accordingly, to suffer the same thing 157 2, 43 | 43] A[1] Body Para. 2/2~Accordingly, as to the matter in question, 158 2, 45 | having ~several contraries. Accordingly it has been said above ( 159 2, 46 | 46] A[1] Body Para. 2/2~Accordingly in the first way, anger 160 2, 46 | and ~that which is not. Accordingly he reckons anger as a kind 161 2, 48 | of dreams are ~pleasant. Accordingly an angry man takes pleasure 162 2, 52 | triangle ~or a circle, are accordingly triangles and circles": 163 2, 52 | intensity of the habit. Accordingly, if the ~intensity of the 164 2, 53 | whereby a thing is white." Accordingly in defining an ~accident 165 2, 53 | something that has whiteness." Accordingly in defining ~this kind of 166 2, 53 | simum" is a "snub-nose." ~Accordingly whatever is befitting an 167 2, 54 | which is ~proper to habits. Accordingly forms are distinguished 168 2, 54 | 54] A[2] Body Para. 2/2~Accordingly habits are specifically 169 2, 54 | follows contrariety of aspect. Accordingly habits are divided into 170 2, 57 | exterior and interior. Accordingly ~the practical or active 171 2, 57 | can be deduced from them. Accordingly, to consider the ~principles 172 2, 57 | to will," and the like. Accordingly prudence ~stands in the 173 2, 57 | prudence, but not to art. ~Accordingly it is evident that prudence 174 2, 58 | he ~is gentle or sober." Accordingly, then, wisdom and understanding 175 2, 58 | who has no right to rebel. Accordingly some held that all the ~ 176 2, 58 | 58] A[2] Body Para. 3/3~Accordingly for a man to do a good deed, 177 2, 58 | about ~things to be made. Accordingly, when he says that "virtue 178 2, 58 | one of ~these principles. Accordingly if it perfects man's speculative 179 2, 59 | about the passions, differ ~accordingly to the difference of passions, 180 2, 59 | 59] A[2] Body Para. 3/3~Accordingly, if the passions be taken 181 2, 59 | 59] A[3] Body Para. 4/4~Accordingly we must allow that sorrow 182 2, 60 | 60] A[5] Body Para. 3/6~Accordingly, if we take a good, and 183 2, 60 | with irrational ~animals. Accordingly in reference to money considered 184 2, 61 | 61] A[3] Body Para. 2/3~Accordingly the above four virtues may 185 2, 61 | the ~types of all things. Accordingly virtue may be considered 186 2, 63 | belongs to moral ~virtue. Accordingly human acts, in so far as 187 2, 64 | the thing is so or not. Accordingly the good of ~speculative 188 2, 64 | excess in such things. ~Accordingly the good of such virtues 189 2, 65 | 65] A[4] Body Para. 2/2~Accordingly faith and hope can exist 190 2, 66 | stated above (Q[65], ~A[1]). Accordingly the nature of the equality 191 2, 66 | proper specific ~nature. Accordingly, a virtue takes its species 192 2, 66 | much about mean things." Accordingly wisdom, to ~which knowledge 193 2, 67 | 67] A[1] Body Para. 3/3~Accordingly we must say that these moral 194 2, 67 | with perfect knowledge. Accordingly we ~must observe that knowledge 195 2, 67 | and the same other thing. ~Accordingly, knowledge which is perfect 196 2, 68 | 68] A[1] Body Para. 5/6~Accordingly, in order to differentiate 197 2, 68 | 68] A[2] Body Para. 3/3~Accordingly, in matters subject to human 198 2, 68 | by the command of reason. Accordingly the gifts of ~the Holy Ghost, 199 2, 68 | judgment concerning the truth. Accordingly, for the apprehension of ~ 200 2, 68 | 68] A[8] Body Para. 2/3~Accordingly the gifts seem to be compared 201 2, 69 | 69] A[2] Body Para. 3/3~Accordingly, those things which are 202 2, 69 | the contemplative life. ~Accordingly, when we read, "Blessed 203 2, 70 | the fruit from the tree. Accordingly, in spiritual ~matters, 204 2, 70 | sake of ~something else. Accordingly we must say that man must 205 2, 70 | 70] A[3] Body Para. 2/4~Accordingly man's mind is well disposed 206 2, 71 | 71] A[1] Body Para. 2/2~Accordingly three things are found to 207 2, 71 | 71] A[4] Body Para. 2/2~Accordingly, mortal sin is incompatible 208 2, 71 | s reason, so to ~speak. Accordingly Augustine (Contra Faust. 209 2, 72 | 72] A[2] Body Para. 2/2~Accordingly, those sins which consist 210 2, 72 | to the natural species. Accordingly, if we refer to the ~material 211 2, 72 | generation of ~animals. Accordingly sins are divided into these 212 2, 73 | rectitude of reason: and accordingly we ~must say that sins are 213 2, 74 | the ~reason, voluntary. Accordingly sin is found in the reason, 214 2, 74 | directed by the reason: and accordingly delectation about ~sensible 215 2, 74 | the action thought of. Accordingly a man who is thinking of 216 2, 74 | itself a ~venial sin, and accordingly one may conclude that the 217 2, 75 | sin is an inordinate act. Accordingly, so far as it is ~an act, 218 2, 75 | some impeding cause. And accordingly we are wont to say that ~ 219 2, 75 | of the cause of the act. Accordingly then, the will lacking the 220 2, 75 | in Metaph. vi, text. 5. Accordingly, though sin ~has a cause, 221 2, 75 | applied ~to the act. Wherefore accordingly, evil is not the cause of 222 2, 75 | further on (Q[77], A[1]). Accordingly a double interior cause 223 2, 75 | appetite, as inclining to sin. Accordingly something ~external might 224 2, 76 | some way ~voluntary; and accordingly, the neglect to know, or 225 2, 77 | and draws his conclusion ~accordingly. Hence the Philosopher says ( 226 2, 77 | to weakness of the body. Accordingly, man's body is said to be ~ 227 2, 77 | power of the ~soul's parts. Accordingly, when the concupiscible 228 2, 77 | 77] A[6] Body Para. 2/3~Accordingly if we take passion as preceding 229 2, 77 | 77] A[7] Body Para. 2/2~Accordingly therefore we must make a 230 2, 78 | life which he loves more. ~Accordingly when an inordinate will 231 2, 79 | do what was not right. ~Accordingly He is said to deliver them 232 2, 79 | movement in the limping. Accordingly God is the cause of the 233 2, 80 | apparent good of ~reason. Accordingly, in the first way the sensible 234 2, 81 | many men are one man." ~Accordingly the multitude of men born 235 2, 81 | from the father: so that, accordingly, if Eve, and not Adam, had 236 2, 82 | soul become inordinate. Accordingly the privation of original ~ 237 2, 83 | secondly, as in its subject. ~Accordingly the original sin of all 238 2, 83 | 83] A[1] Body Para. 3/3~Accordingly, since the soul can be the 239 2, 84 | inordinate desire for riches. ~Accordingly, we must say that covetousness, 240 2, 84 | others are called heads. Accordingly a capital vice is so called, ~ 241 2, 84 | 84] A[4] Body Para. 2/5~Accordingly therefore, those vices are 242 2, 85 | 85] A[1] Body Para. 2/2~Accordingly, the first-mentioned good 243 2, 85 | 85] A[3] Body Para. 3/3~Accordingly these are the four wounds 244 2, 85 | 85] A[4] Body Para. 2/3~Accordingly there are different grades 245 2, 85 | its falling is ~removed. Accordingly, when original justice is 246 2, 86 | or silver, or the like. Accordingly a stain is ascribed ~to 247 2, 87 | 87] A[1] Body Para. 2/2~Accordingly, man can be punished with 248 2, 87 | the fool shall be wiser." ~Accordingly the eternal punishments 249 2, 87 | creature cannot be ~infinite. Accordingly, in so far as sin consists 250 2, 88 | 88] A[1] Body Para. 3/3~Accordingly, mortal and venial are mutually 251 2, 88 | stone that rests on it. Accordingly an act of sin ~disposes 252 2, 88 | belongs to another; and accordingly this ~circumstance constitutes 253 2, 88 | will be a venial sin; and accordingly a mortal ~sin can become 254 2, 89 | and founded in charity." Accordingly, he that dies in mortal 255 2, 89 | the middle, the end." ~Accordingly all degrees of venial sins 256 2, 89 | which is in his power to do. Accordingly thenceforward there ~cannot 257 2, 91 | not, as those that are." ~Accordingly the eternal concept of the 258 2, 91 | respect of the last end. Accordingly the first direction of our 259 2, 91 | above (De Lib. Arb. i, ~6). Accordingly we conclude that just as, 260 2, 91 | 91] A[6] Body Para. 2/3~Accordingly under the Divine Lawgiver 261 2, 92 | obedient to reason; and accordingly "the virtue of every ~subject 262 2, 92 | is a kind of precept: and accordingly, taking precept in a ~wide 263 2, 92 | and of one's own accord. Accordingly, law, even by ~punishing, 264 2, 93 | bears the character of law. ~Accordingly the eternal law is nothing 265 2, 93 | a soul, hands, or ~feet. Accordingly all that is in things created 266 2, 93 | 93] A[6] Body Para. 3/3~Accordingly, the good are perfectly 267 2, 93 | others in an unhappy state. ~Accordingly both the blessed and the 268 2, 94 | which we hold by faith. And accordingly, ~since the precepts of 269 2, 94 | frequently we encounter ~defects. Accordingly then in speculative matters 270 2, 94 | the benefit of human life. Accordingly the law of nature was not ~ 271 2, 95 | 95] A[2] Body Para. 3/3~Accordingly both modes of derivation 272 2, 96 | force and nature of law accordingly. ~Hence the jurist says [* 273 2, 97 | deliberate judgment of reason. Accordingly, custom has the force ~of 274 2, 97 | due weight and measure. ~Accordingly in every community a man 275 2, 98 | justified even as we ~were. Accordingly God did not fail man by 276 2, 98 | taught by Him immediately. ~Accordingly when Scripture states that " 277 2, 98 | certain precepts of its own. Accordingly, as to those precepts ~of 278 2, 98 | him for salvation: and ~accordingly, in order that his pride 279 2, 99 | expedient to an end; and, accordingly, precepts may be given ~ 280 2, 99 | most carefully preserved. ~Accordingly those precepts of the Law 281 2, 99 | and in practical matters. Accordingly just as the ~determination 282 2, 100 | 100] A[8] R.O. 3 Para. 3/3~Accordingly, therefore, the precepts 283 2, 100 | 100] A[9] Body Para. 2/4~Accordingly, therefore, we must say 284 2, 100 | as in the act: so that ~accordingly justification may be taken 285 2, 101 | whose object is the end. Accordingly those precepts of the Law 286 2, 101 | direct man to God: and ~accordingly those which refer to Divine 287 2, 101 | the precepts of the law. Accordingly, with regard to both kinds 288 2, 101 | both kinds of the ~law. Accordingly, with regard to both kinds 289 2, 102 | Jerome says on Osee 1:3. ~Accordingly the reasons for the ceremonial 290 2, 102 | and men, who worship Him. Accordingly God, Who is worshipped, ~ 291 2, 102 | facing the ~tabernacle. Accordingly there are two reasons for 292 2, 102 | the rising of the sun." ~Accordingly, in order to prevent this, 293 2, 102 | Divine or angelic mind. Accordingly the ~candlestick betokened, 294 2, 105 | government is vested in a few. Accordingly, the best form of government ~ 295 2, 105 | 105] A[2] R.O. 9 Para. 3/3~Accordingly we must say that, in appointing 296 2, 105 | may bear him children. ~Accordingly the mutual relations of 297 2, 105 | people, and thy God my God." Accordingly it was not permitted to 298 2, 107 | 107] A[1] Body Para. 2/3~Accordingly then two laws may be distinguished 299 2, 107 | virtues, chiefly of charity. ~Accordingly such persons are inclined 300 2, 107 | lacking in the imperfect. And accordingly the New Law fulfils ~the 301 2, 107 | implicitly, under a figure. And accordingly, even as to ~those things 302 2, 107 | man who ~is not righteous. Accordingly we read also (1 Jn. 5:3) 303 2, 107 | Monte i, 17,21; xix, 23,26]. Accordingly this does not ~prove that 304 2, 108 | 108] A[1] Body Para. 2/3 ~Accordingly external acts may have a 305 2, 108 | 108] A[1] R.O. 2 Para. 2/2~Accordingly the New Law is called the 306 2, 108 | 108] A[2] Body Para. 3/3~Accordingly the New Law had no other 307 2, 110 | 110] A[1] Body Para. 3/3~Accordingly when a man is said to have 308 2, 1 | Q[1] A[1] Body Para. 2/2~Accordingly if we consider, in faith, 309 2, 1 | Q[1] A[2] Body Para. 2/3~Accordingly the object of faith may 310 2, 1 | Q[1] A[7] Body Para. 2/2~Accordingly we must conclude that, as 311 2, 2 | Q[2] A[1] Body Para. 2/2~Accordingly, if "to think" be understood 312 2, 2 | Q[2] A[5] Body Para. 2/3~Accordingly, just as a virtuous act 313 2, 2 | substantial form of fire. Accordingly ~neither nature nor faith 314 2, 4 | above (FS, ~Q[67], A[4]). Accordingly the relation of the act 315 2, 4 | assent to what it sees not. Accordingly if anyone ~would reduce 316 2, 5 | Q[5] A[2] Body Para. 2/2~Accordingly we must say that faith is 317 2, 6 | which are proposed ~to him. Accordingly, as regards the first of 318 2, 8 | motion of ~the Holy Ghost. Accordingly then, the intellectual light 319 2, 8 | Q[8] A[6] Body Para. 4/4~Accordingly on the part of the things 320 2, 8 | Q[8] A[8] Body Para. 2/2~Accordingly, therefore, to this kind 321 2, 9 | Q[9] A[1] Body Para. 2/2~Accordingly, two things are requisite 322 2, 9 | Q[9] A[2] Body Para. 3/3~Accordingly, since the word knowledge 323 2, 9 | through second causes. ~Accordingly, if we take knowledge in 324 2, 9 | are more akin to physics. Accordingly, since man ~knows God through 325 2, 10 | 10] A[5] Body Para. 2/3~Accordingly we must say that if unbelief 326 2, 10 | broken our chains asunder." ~Accordingly the meaning of Our Lord' 327 2, 10 | 10] A[9] Body Para. 2/4~Accordingly, in the first way the Church 328 2, 10 | or greater evils ensue. Accordingly in human government also, ~ 329 2, 11 | 11] A[1] Body Para. 3/4~Accordingly there are two ways in which 330 2, 11 | doctrine of the Church. Accordingly, certain doctors seem to 331 2, 12 | converse does not hold. ~Accordingly a man may apostatize from 332 2, 12 | perfected by love of Him. Accordingly ~this disparagement of the 333 2, 12 | they are punished for them. Accordingly this ~detestation of the 334 2, 14 | is not a sin: ~so that, accordingly, dulness of sense would 335 2, 14 | 15] A[2] Body Para. 3/4~Accordingly dulness of sense in connection 336 2, 16 | man, as for himself; and, accordingly, he can hope for another 337 2, 16 | 17] A[4] Body Para. 2/3~Accordingly, just as it is not lawful 338 2, 16 | else is ~attained thereby. Accordingly charity makes us adhere 339 2, 16 | attainment of perfect goodness. ~Accordingly faith makes us adhere to 340 2, 18 | which the evil may come. ~Accordingly, in the first way God, Who 341 2, 18 | rise to hope, so that, ~accordingly, God is the object of both 342 2, 18 | 19] A[2] Body Para. 2/2~Accordingly if a man turn to God and 343 2, 18 | wealth, ~and this is evil. Accordingly worldly love is, properly 344 2, 18 | 19] A[6] Body Para. 3/3~Accordingly fear of punishment is, in 345 2, 18 | shows ~(De Trin. xii, 14). Accordingly the beginning of wisdom 346 2, 19 | has greater hope: and, ~accordingly, those who are sorrowful 347 2, 20 | 21] A[3] Body Para. 2/2~Accordingly presumption appears to be 348 2, 22 | 23] A[1] Body Para. 3/3~Accordingly, since there is a communication 349 2, 22 | horse-riding ~(Ethic. i). Accordingly since charity has for its 350 2, 22 | in relation to the end. Accordingly, just ~as the end is twofold, 351 2, 22 | away from the final good. Accordingly it is evident that simply 352 2, 22 | final and perfect good. Accordingly no strictly true virtue 353 2, 23 | 24] A[5] Body Para. 4/4~Accordingly charity increases only by 354 2, 23 | quantity from its objects, and ~accordingly it increases by addition, 355 2, 23 | 2]; QQ[23],24). We can, accordingly, consider charity in three 356 2, 23 | its subject inseparably. Accordingly the charity of the ~blessed, 357 2, 23 | the end ~appear to him." Accordingly charity is inseparable from 358 2, 24 | Body Para. 2/3~We must accordingly apply this to the showing 359 2, 24 | different kind of lovableness. Accordingly, since the ~relation between 360 2, 25 | Q[25], A[7]): so that accordingly, a man ought, out of charity, 361 2, 25 | the power of the ~mover. Accordingly love takes its species from 362 2, 25 | the ~man who loves, and accordingly man loves those who are 363 2, 25 | one union with ~another. Accordingly we must say that friendship 364 2, 26 | good alone is ~lovable. Accordingly men seek to be loved and 365 2, 26 | the ~affections with him. Accordingly, to love, considered as 366 2, 26 | favors, but for his virtue. ~Accordingly, as regards the first three 367 2, 26 | 27] A[4] Body Para. 3/3~Accordingly, we must assert that to 368 2, 28 | thinks that it does not. Accordingly such like ~dissension about 369 2, 28 | 30] A[1] Body Para. 3/3~Accordingly the motive of "mercy," being 370 2, 28 | 30] A[1] R.O. 2 Para. 2/2~Accordingly just as, properly speaking, 371 2, 28 | 30] A[2] Body Para. 4/4~Accordingly a defect is always the reason 372 2, 29 | his guilt and his nature. ~Accordingly we are bound to succor the 373 2, 30 | 32] A[1] R.O. 1 Para. 2/2~Accordingly almsgiving can be materially 374 2, 30 | as quoted, are ~taken]. Accordingly we are bound to give alms 375 2, 30 | keeping with his own position. Accordingly it is good to give alms 376 2, 30 | 32] A[8] Body Para. 2/2~Accordingly he that is under another' 377 2, 32 | states (Ethic. vii, x). ~Accordingly just as love arises from 378 2, 32 | in ~various respects, and accordingly hatred may arise both from 379 2, 33 | 35] A[1] Body Para. 3/3~Accordingly, since sloth, as we understand 380 2, 33 | reckon evil and worthless. ~Accordingly we ought to think much of 381 2, 36 | 38] A[1] Body Para. 3/3~Accordingly if we take contention as 382 2, 37 | 39] A[1] Body Para. 2/2~Accordingly schismatics properly so 383 2, 37 | 39] A[3] Body Para. 3/4~Accordingly when it is said that such 384 2, 40 | 42] A[2] Body Para. 2/2~Accordingly the sin of sedition is first 385 2, 41 | specially opposed to charity. Accordingly we must here consider scandal, ~ 386 2, 41 | occasions a spiritual downfall. ~Accordingly passive scandal is always 387 2, 41 | to ~passive scandal, and accordingly we have to see what ought 388 2, 42 | relation to the ~end, and accordingly aversion from the means 389 2, 42 | 44] A[5] Body Para. 2/3~Accordingly these four have to be explained, 390 2, 42 | strength," ~"force" or "might." Accordingly we are commanded to direct 391 2, 43 | some particular genus. ~Accordingly he that knows the highest 392 2, 43 | 45] A[2] Body Para. 2/3~Accordingly it belongs to the wisdom 393 2, 43 | 45] A[3] Body Para. 2/2~Accordingly wisdom as a gift, is not 394 2, 45 | above (FS, Q[25], AA[1],2). Accordingly prudence is said ~to be 395 2, 45 | 47] A[5] Body Para. 2/2~Accordingly we must say that since prudence 396 2, 45 | things in common with them. Accordingly the other parts of man ~ 397 2, 45 | 47] A[10] Body Para. 2/2~Accordingly, since it belongs to prudence 398 2, 45 | the universal principles. Accordingly, as regards the knowledge ~ 399 2, 46 | powers are parts of the soul. Accordingly, parts can be assigned to 400 2, 47 | whence the ~whole has unity. Accordingly foresight is the principal 401 2, 48 | opposed to ~virtue, and which, accordingly, do not pertain to prudence.~ 402 2, 50 | reason" [*Sent. iii, D, 24]. Accordingly the gift of counsel ~is 403 2, 50 | 52] A[3] Body Para. 3/3~Accordingly the gift of counsel is in 404 2, 51 | SS Q[53] Out. Para. 2/3 ~Accordingly we must consider first of 405 2, 51 | perfected the entire soul. ~Accordingly all such lack of virtue 406 2, 51 | the moral virtues, ~and accordingly perseverance in good belongs 407 2, 52 | or as it ~should command. Accordingly negligence may happen to 408 2, 53 | something ~else of the kind. Accordingly if prudence of the flesh 409 2, 53 | execution of craftiness, and accordingly belongs thereto.~Aquin.: 410 2, 53 | prudence by the virtues: and accordingly ~nothing hinders fraud from 411 2, 53 | when success is ~assured. Accordingly solicitude about temporal 412 2, 53 | to the time ~of autumn. Accordingly if a man were solicitous 413 2, 55 | in relation to ~himself. Accordingly that which is right in the 414 2, 56 | 58] A[1] Body Para. 3/3~Accordingly, this is a complete definition 415 2, 56 | included in that community. Accordingly justice in its ~proper acceptation 416 2, 56 | virtues to the common good. ~Accordingly, just as charity which regards 417 2, 56 | another individual person. ~Accordingly, just as in addition to 418 2, 56 | other parts of the soul; and accordingly ~justice belongs to all 419 2, 56 | without wishing to steal it. Accordingly the directing of operations 420 2, 57 | is called an injustice. Accordingly it may happen in two ways 421 2, 57 | itself, pleasant to him. ~Accordingly, to do what is unjust intentionally 422 2, 57 | active rather than passive. Accordingly we must ~conclude that properly 423 2, 57 | as stated above (A[2]). Accordingly we must reply that ~injustice 424 2, 58 | proceeds from ~fortitude. Accordingly judgment is an act of justice 425 2, 59 | exceeded by the former, by 1. ~Accordingly if, at the start, both persons 426 2, 59 | or does a work for him. Accordingly, if we take for the matter ~ 427 2, 60 | bound to make restitution accordingly. Therefore a man is bound 428 2, 61 | their personal dignity. ~Accordingly, if one considers that personal 429 2, 61 | in another. It follows, ~accordingly, that respect of persons 430 2, 62 | A[3]; FS, Q[12], A[1]). Accordingly the act of self-defense ~ 431 2, 63 | corruption to the whole body. Accordingly ~so long as a member is 432 2, 65 | full power of coercion. Accordingly in this way did Christ of ~ 433 2, 65 | but as a public ~person. Accordingly on two counts a judge is 434 2, 67 | praiseworthy, in the latter sinful. Accordingly it is lawful for the ~accused 435 2, 69 | with its unbecomingness. Accordingly some are debarred from the 436 2, 71 | by his words to do ~so. Accordingly a backbiter is a murderer " 437 2, 71 | 73] A[4] Body Para. 2/2~Accordingly we must say that if a man 438 2, 73 | speaks ill of ~him. It is accordingly evident that derision agrees 439 2, 74 | 76] A[1] Body Para. 2/3~Accordingly we may omit the first kind 440 2, 74 | of speaking be the same. ~Accordingly it belongs to the reviler, 441 2, 75 | by not punishing them. ~Accordingly, if without employing deceit 442 2, 76 | transfer the ~ownership. Accordingly if a man wanted to sell 443 2, 76 | i.e. they would not lend. Accordingly ~the Jews are promised in 444 2, 76 | 78] A[4] Body Para. 2/2~Accordingly we must also answer to the 445 2, 77 | not do what he cannot. ~Accordingly she who is violated after 446 2, 78 | perfection of that virtue. Accordingly since ~justice is of one 447 2, 79 | concerned with the ~means. Accordingly "to visit the fatherless 448 2, 79 | 81] A[8] Body Para. 2/2~Accordingly, it is by sanctity that 449 2, 80 | seemingly devotion and prayer. Accordingly we shall ~treat first of 450 2, 80 | Divine assistance. It is accordingly evident that the first ~ 451 2, 81 | the power of the cause. Accordingly in this way the reason is ~ 452 2, 81 | becoming things of God." Accordingly it is evident that ~prayer, 453 2, 81 | among whom we have to live. Accordingly we ought to pray that ~we 454 2, 81 | is directed to something. Accordingly prayer is ~properly competent 455 2, 81 | chiefly to vocal prayer. ~Accordingly we must observe that a thing 456 2, 81 | stated above (AA[6],7). Accordingly ~if this other thing that 457 2, 81 | the sin which He hates. Accordingly when a ~sinner prays for 458 2, 82 | pretended to be a God?" Accordingly it was with ~the reverence 459 2, 83 | directed to fornication. Accordingly, sacrifice is a special ~ 460 2, 84 | oblation and not a sacrifice. Accordingly it ~is essential to oblations 461 2, 85 | once under pain of sin. Accordingly if during ~the time of grace 462 2, 85 | 87] A[1] Body Para. 3/4~Accordingly it is evident that man's 463 2, 86 | act of a deliberate will. Accordingly three things are ~essential 464 2, 86 | 88] A[9] Body Para. 2/3~Accordingly we must say that boys or 465 2, 86 | the solemnity of the vow. ~Accordingly, some [*William of Auxerre, 466 2, 87 | purpose of ~prayer or praise. Accordingly we must first treat of oaths: 467 2, 87 | himself" (1 Cor. 11:29). ~Accordingly in answer to the question 468 2, 87 | infirmity is indeed an evil. Accordingly ~He did not say: 'That which 469 2, 87 | witness, and this is human. Accordingly an oath ~belongs to religion 470 2, 87 | 89] A[7] Body Para. 4/4~Accordingly we must conclude that whoever 471 2, 87 | Public., Ep. xlvii): and accordingly is a graver matter to swear 472 2, 88 | stated above (Q[83], ~A[1]). Accordingly when either of these orderings 473 2, 88 | ruled ~by the just spirit." Accordingly we may repulse the demons, 474 2, 88 | 90] A[3] Body Para. 2/3~Accordingly the adjuration of an irrational 475 2, 90 | under that of irreligion. Accordingly we must ~consider in the 476 2, 90 | 92] A[1] Body Para. 2/2~Accordingly superstition is a vice contrary 477 2, 90 | 92] A[2] Body Para. 2/3~Accordingly the species of superstition 478 2, 93 | 95] A[1] Body Para. 2/2~Accordingly it is not called divination, 479 2, 93 | 95] A[3] Body Para. 4/4~Accordingly it is clear that there are 480 2, 93 | 95] A[5] Body Para. 6/7~Accordingly if anyone take observation 481 2, 93 | 95] A[6] Body Para. 2/5~Accordingly it is to be observed that 482 2, 93 | 95] A[6] Body Para. 4/5~Accordingly we must say that there is 483 2, 93 | 95] A[7] Body Para. 3/3~Accordingly we must say that all such 484 2, 94 | with such like trifles. ~Accordingly it is evident that all these 485 2, 95 | for God and holy things. Accordingly we shall ~consider: (1) 486 2, 95 | 97] A[1] Body Para. 2/2~Accordingly, man tempts God sometimes 487 2, 95 | applies to ~all other things. Accordingly when a man in his prayers 488 2, 96 | falsely, and says to him accordingly: 'Swear to me' in order ~ 489 2, 98 | unbelief being in the mind. Accordingly simony is said to be a ~" 490 2, 98 | 100] A[2] Body Para. 2/2~Accordingly we must answer that to receive 491 2, 99 | opposite vices manifest. Accordingly four points of inquiry ~ 492 2, 99 | 101] A[4] Body Para. 2/2 ~Accordingly, if the worship of one's 493 2, 99 | you did it to Me." Accordingly, ~if our carnal parents 494 2, 101 | erecting statues, and the like. Accordingly honor ~consists of signs, 495 2, 101 | movement to the thing. ~Accordingly we must reply that the honor 496 2, 102 | due service to his lord. Accordingly the aspect of ~precept, 497 2, 102 | it is one special virtue. Accordingly, in so far as it proceeds ~ 498 2, 102 | wonted mode of ~virtue. Accordingly, then, the command given 499 2, 102 | 104] A[5] R.O. 3 Para. 2/2~Accordingly we may distinguish a threefold 500 2, 103 | 105] A[2] Body Para. 2/2~Accordingly the various degrees of disobedience


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