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1 1, 2 | self-evident to us; but needs to be demonstrated by ~things 2 1, 2 | motion, then this also must needs be put in motion by another, 3 1, 2 | whatever is done by nature must needs be ~traced back to God, 4 1, 4 | first active principle must needs be most ~actual, and therefore 5 1, 12 | Whether the created intellect needs any created light in order 6 1, 12 | Whether the created intellect needs any created light in order 7 1, 12 | weaker intellect, for he needs things to be explained ~ 8 1, 15 | parts. So, then, it must needs be that in the ~divine mind 9 1, 16 | aspect of the true ~must needs pass from the intellect 10 1, 17 | the same thing, we must needs seek falsity, where ~primarily 11 1, 18 | all living things we must needs suppose some ~principle 12 1, 18 | corruptible ~nature, that needs generation to preserve the 13 1, 19 | that, The will of God must needs always be fulfilled. In 14 1, 20 | 1~I answer that, We must needs assert that in God there 15 1, 20 | love of desire, since He needs no creature outside Himself. 16 1, 20 | of all ~things. It must needs be, therefore, that a thing 17 1, 20 | intense. In this ~way we must needs say that God loves some 18 1, 20 | 1~I answer that, It must needs be, according to what has 19 1, 20 | speaking, more; but because the needs of ~man were greater; just 20 1, 21 | Nom. viii, 4): "We ~must needs see that God is truly just, 21 1, 23 | anything eternal. So it must needs be that it is in the predestined, 22 1, 23 | chosen, the choice ~must needs be of those things which 23 1, 26 | He rejoices in Himself, needs not further praise." To 24 1, 30 | opposite relations must needs refer to two ~persons: and 25 1, 30 | are not opposite they must needs belong to ~the same person. 26 1, 32 | perfect goodness: hence it needs to share some other's good, 27 1, 34 | nature. And therefore it must needs be something subsistent; ~ 28 1, 42 | 1~I answer that, We must needs admit equality among the 29 1, 42 | De Trin. i): ~"They must needs admit a difference [namely, 30 1, 43 | anyone by grace, there must needs be a likening of ~the soul 31 1, 44 | need of the end. But God needs nothing. ~Therefore it does 32 1, 50 | nighest unto God, it must ~needs have least of multitude 33 1, 51 | account of anything else, needs the help of any corporeal 34 1, 51 | that every created spirit needs corporeal substance." Augustine ~ 35 1, 51 | that the ~created spirit needs some bodily instrument, 36 1, 54 | his essence, then it must needs be an accident; for that 37 1, 59 | s in this, ~that the one needs not to inquire, while the 38 1, 62 | Para. 1/1~Whether an angel needs grace in order to turn to 39 1, 62 | before (Q[12], A[4]), that it needs to be ~moved by God towards 40 1, 63 | rest sinning. For the angel needs no ~delay of time for choice, 41 1, 42 | 1~I answer that, We must needs admit equality among the 42 1, 42 | De Trin. i): ~"They must needs admit a difference [namely, 43 1, 43 | anyone by grace, there must needs be a likening of ~the soul 44 1, 45 | need of the end. But God needs nothing. ~Therefore it does 45 1, 51 | nighest unto God, it must ~needs have least of multitude 46 1, 52 | account of anything else, needs the help of any corporeal 47 1, 52 | that every created spirit needs corporeal substance." Augustine ~ 48 1, 52 | that the ~created spirit needs some bodily instrument, 49 1, 55 | his essence, then it must needs be an accident; for that 50 1, 60 | s in this, ~that the one needs not to inquire, while the 51 1, 63 | Para. 1/1~Whether an angel needs grace in order to turn to 52 1, 63 | before (Q[12], A[4]), that it needs to be ~moved by God towards 53 1, 64 | rest sinning. For the angel needs no ~delay of time for choice, 54 1, 77 | necessary things, there must ~needs be as many actions of the 55 1, 77 | with horror. But the animal needs to seek or to ~avoid certain 56 1, 78 | being; otherwise it would needs be an infinite being. Wherefore 57 1, 78 | intellectual soul of man we must needs suppose a superior ~intellect, 58 1, 78 | act. Therefore there must ~needs be some higher intellect, 59 1, 79 | 1~I answer that, We must needs say that the intellectual 60 1, 80 | natural form, there must needs be in the sensitive part 61 1, 83 | material things known must needs exist ~in the knower, not 62 1, 83 | essence, then its essence must needs have ~all things in itself 63 1, 83 | potentially moves upwards must needs be only potentially ~light, 64 1, 83 | actually moves upwards must needs be actually ~light. Now 65 1, 83 | actually understands, this must needs be caused ~by some intellect 66 1, 83 | understand, and that it needs to turn (to the active ~ 67 1, 83 | it be said that our soul needs the senses in order to understand, ~ 68 1, 83 | the sun. And thus we must needs say that ~the human soul 69 1, 83 | the imagination there must needs be not only a ~passive but 70 1, 84 | Therefore ~material things must needs be understood according 71 1, 84 | phantasms. ~Therefore we must needs say that our intellect understands 72 1, 84 | whole; and thus we must needs know the whole ~before its 73 1, 85 | in order to understand, needs to turn to the phantasms 74 1, 87 | be true - that the soul ~needs to have the nature of all 75 1, 87 | Reply OBJ 3: There must needs be some proportion between 76 1, 90 | two contraries, as much needs be the case with regard 77 1, 90 | sense of smell. For man ~needs the largest brain as compared 78 1, 93 | and that of others, man needs to know not only those ~ 79 1, 95 | 4~I answer that, We must needs admit that in the primitive 80 1, 96 | Since ~an immortal being needs neither food nor drink." 81 1, 100 | united to the body, that it needs it for its proper operation; 82 1, 102 | what can govern itself needs not to be governed by ~another. 83 1, 103 | Himself. For the creature needs to be ~preserved by God 84 1, 107 | Therefore there must ~needs be a distinction between 85 1, 109 | determinate mode of action, needs not to ~be governed by any 86 1, 112 | counsels uncertain." Thus man needs to be guarded by the angels.~ 87 1, 112 | they guard, ~one angel must needs take one side, and another 88 1, 114 | acts of such powers must needs be hindered by ~obstacles 89 1, 116 | sensitive appetite must needs be ~moved with an accompanying 90 1, 117 | itself, to be made would needs be proper to ~it. And since 91 1, 117 | subsistent: and thus it must needs be essentially distinct 92 1, 117 | For this reason ~the soul needs to be united to the body, 93 2, 1 | itself good, the latter must needs diffuse some other good: 94 2, 1 | the will, the principle needs to be that which is ~naturally 95 2, 1 | naturally desired. Now this must needs be one: since nature tends 96 2, 1 | above (A[3]), they must needs receive ~their genus from 97 2, 1 | genus, the last end must needs be one. And all the more 98 2, 1 | walking along the road one needs not to be ~thinking of the 99 2, 2 | receive false fame, must needs blush at their own ~praise." 100 2, 2 | knowledge be true, must needs be derived from ~good existing 101 2, 3 | De Consol. iii): "We must needs confess that God is happiness ~ 102 2, 3 | existing in him, we must needs say that it is an operation. 103 2, 3 | be an operation, it must needs be man's ~most excellent 104 2, 3 | is an operation, it must needs ~be man's highest operation. 105 2, 3 | s final perfection must needs be ~through knowledge of 106 2, 3 | happiness the intellect needs ~to reach the very Essence 107 2, 4 | Ethic. i, 7). But that which needs something ~else is not self-sufficient. 108 2, 4 | attentive to one thing, we must needs be ~less attentive to another: 109 2, 4 | intellect which is vision, must needs rank before ~delight. For 110 2, 4 | reason. For the intellect needs not the ~body, for its operation, 111 2, 4 | in Ethic. i, 13. For man needs in this ~life, the necessaries 112 2, 4 | virtue, for which ~latter he needs also many other things by 113 2, 4 | this life, the happy man ~needs friends, as the Philosopher 114 2, 4 | contemplative life, he ~needs the fellowship of friends.~ 115 2, 5 | sufficient good," it must needs set man's desire at rest 116 2, 5 | perfect good, although it needs ~help from without in order 117 2, 5 | good of ~happiness, but needs the Divine assistance for 118 2, 6 | answer that, There must needs be something voluntary in 119 2, 7 | we understand," it must needs be that in ~naming things 120 2, 8 | substance, is a good, it must needs be that every inclination 121 2, 9 | which is in potentiality ~needs to be reduced to act by 122 2, 9 | and ~sometimes black. It needs therefore a mover in two 123 2, 9 | sufficiently moved by one mover, needs not ~to be moved by another. 124 2, 9 | an agent in potentiality, needs to be moved by a mover. 125 2, 9 | have shown. Wherefore it needs to be moved ~by another 126 2, 13 | means. For the means must ~needs be either an action; or 127 2, 13 | to us. ~Therefore we must needs say that choice is only 128 2, 14 | inquiry of counsel must ~needs be one of analysis, beginning 129 2, 17 | are commanded, we must ~needs proceed to infinity; because 130 2, 17 | because principles must needs be natural, as stated ~above ( 131 2, 18 | a moral act. And it must needs be so whenever a circumstance 132 2, 18 | complement. But every action must needs either have the entire plenitude ~ 133 2, 18 | Therefore every action must ~needs be either good or bad in 134 2, 18 | individual ~action must needs have some circumstance that 135 2, 18 | character of good. ~Now it must needs be either directed or not 136 2, 18 | to infinity, there must needs be some ultimate form, ~ 137 2, 18 | for or against, it must needs specify the moral action 138 2, 19 | absurdity, ~others must needs follow; so in moral matters, 139 2, 19 | ignorance, then evil must needs result in the ~will. Nor 140 2, 19 | that man's will be good it needs to ~be conformed to the 141 2, 23 | present, the ~appetite must needs either succumb, so that 142 2, 23 | passions of the soul must needs arise from the difference 143 2, 27 | the ~cause of love must needs be love's object. Now the 144 2, 27 | everyone loves that which he needs, even if he have it ~not: 145 2, 27 | riches. But in so ~far as he needs them and lacks them, he 146 2, 27 | 3: He that loves what he needs, bears a likeness to what 147 2, 29 | Consequently love must needs precede hatred; and nothing 148 2, 29 | But furthermore, love must needs be, absolutely speaking, 149 2, 30 | is not natural, it ~must needs be rational. But this is 150 2, 31 | appetite: ~and this must needs be said of delight, since, 151 2, 32 | Wherefore every pleasure must needs be the ~result of some operation.~ 152 2, 37 | essence of the soul, it must needs happen, when the intention 153 2, 37 | cause: and ~such action must needs be improved by sorrow: thus 154 2, 40 | that "intellectual virtue needs experience and time." But ~ 155 2, 42 | object of fear, man ~would needs be always in fear.~Aquin.: 156 2, 48 | proper act, yet, since it needs certain sensitive powers 157 2, 49 | perfected: yet the ~subject needs to be disposed in regard 158 2, 49 | diverse ~ways, as the soul; it needs to be disposed to its operations 159 2, 49 | many things: and then it ~needs to be determined by something 160 2, 50 | object: wherefore ~the habit needs to be in that power which 161 2, 50 | variously directed to act, needs ~a habit whereby it is well 162 2, 50 | power itself, the power needs no quality to incline it. 163 2, 50 | in many ways, the ~will needs to be inclined, by means 164 2, 50 | understanding of all things, it needs some habit. But ~the angelic 165 2, 51 | something ~is known, must needs be the actual likeness of 166 2, 51 | things. Wherefore there must needs be ~added to the angels' 167 2, 51 | Wherefore a habit of opinion needs to be caused by many ~acts 168 2, 52 | participate that form, it must needs ~participate it in respect 169 2, 55 | best thing to which man needs to be disposed by virtue 170 2, 55 | of operation, there must needs pre-exist in the ~operator 171 2, 55 | limit of any power must needs be good: for ~all evil implies 172 2, 56 | to these powers we must needs assign ~virtues.~Aquin.: 173 2, 56 | moved by ~reason, there must needs be some habit perfecting 174 2, 56 | done: and so virtue must needs be in that power ~which 175 2, 57 | use of the art he has, he ~needs a good will, which is perfected 176 2, 57 | ordained to the due ~end man needs to be rightly disposed by 177 2, 57 | Wherefore the ~craftsman needs art, not that he may live 178 2, 58 | every human virtue must needs be a perfection of one of ~ 179 2, 58 | Meno xli.]; but also it needs to be ~"joined with right 180 2, 58 | about particular cases, it needs not only universal but also 181 2, 58 | action, viz. ~the ends, he needs to be perfected by certain 182 2, 59 | awesome things, they must needs ~disturb the mind of a wise 183 2, 60 | are about operations must needs differ from those which 184 2, 60 | operations ~of this kind there needs to be some power to regulate 185 2, 60 | like operations virtue must needs be chiefly about ~internal 186 2, 60 | diversity of moral virtues would needs follow diversity of ~operations. 187 2, 60 | one another there must needs be one same virtue. Because, 188 2, 60 | sensitive ~appetite. Now it needs a greater difference to 189 2, 60 | Consequently virtues must needs be differentiated according 190 2, 61 | virtue be principal, it needs not to rank ~above all the 191 2, 61 | danger or toil: and ~then man needs to be strengthened for that 192 2, 61 | Moribus Eccl. vi), "the soul needs ~to follow something in 193 2, 61 | exemplar of ~human virtue must needs pre-exist in God, just as 194 2, 61 | perfect" (Mt. 5:48), we must needs place some ~virtues between 195 2, 61 | nature allows, neglects ~the needs of the body; fortitude prevents 196 2, 62 | be in a human soul, must needs perfect it, either as to 197 2, 62 | of love. Hence there must needs ~be two theological virtues 198 2, 63 | 11:21, man's good must needs be ~appraised with respect 199 2, 63 | answer that, Effects must needs be proportionate to their 200 2, 63 | immediately. But the ~soul needs further to be perfected 201 2, 63 | nature. Consequently man needs in addition ~to be perfected 202 2, 65 | particular virtue, it must needs be ~that you have none at 203 2, 65 | of human life. Hence man needs to exercise himself at the ~ 204 2, 65 | all the moral virtues must needs be infused ~together with 205 2, 65 | referred to the end, he needs not only ~a virtue disposing 206 2, 66 | that "those virtues must needs be greatest which receive 207 2, 66 | 1: The act of liberality needs to be founded on an act 208 2, 68 | we see that a ~disciple needs a more perfect disposition 209 2, 68 | actions. Consequently man needs yet higher ~perfections, 210 2, 68 | cannot work by himself, but needs to receive instructions ~ 211 2, 68 | free-will. Therefore he needs ~a habit.~Aquin.: SMT FS 212 2, 69 | God, we consider only the needs of those on whom we bestow 213 2, 70 | the virtues and gifts must needs direct the mind in one of 214 2, 71 | in act: so that a ~thing needs to be well disposed if it 215 2, 71 | can do ~or not do, must needs be due to some cause or 216 2, 71 | as it is ~voluntary, must needs always include some act, 217 2, 73 | dangerous. Wherefore a sin must needs be so much the ~graver, 218 2, 73 | of ~malice in sins must needs follow the diversity of 219 2, 73 | more grievous sin must needs be opposed to the greater 220 2, 73 | Wherefore the greatest sin must needs be directly opposed to the 221 2, 74 | proper subject of sin must ~needs be the power which is the 222 2, 75 | an ~inordinateness must needs have an accidental efficient 223 2, 77 | the sinful act, it must ~needs diminish the sin: because 224 2, 78 | the vicious ~habit he must needs sin through certain malice: 225 2, 78 | ruined and lost, but must needs fall away little by little." 226 2, 78 | certain malice, his will ~must needs be inclined of itself to 227 2, 80 | vii, 18): "There must needs be some extrinsic principle 228 2, 85 | the other contrary must needs be ~diminished. Wherefore 229 2, 85 | the first ~way, it would needs be entirely destroyed at 230 2, 86 | movement ~ceases, but he needs to draw nigh to him and 231 2, 87 | debt of punishment must needs remain also. Now disturbance 232 2, 87 | very fact that human nature needs a treatment of penal ~medicines, 233 2, 90 | have the ~nature of law, it needs to be in accord with some 234 2, 90 | chiefly and mainly law must needs be referred. Now the ~first 235 2, 90 | Consequently the law must needs regard principally the relationship 236 2, 90 | community, the law must needs regard properly the relationship 237 2, 90 | some individual work, must ~needs be devoid of the nature 238 2, 90 | law. But the natural law ~needs no promulgation. Therefore 239 2, 90 | proper to a law, it must needs be ~applied to the men who 240 2, 91 | which end his law must ~needs be ordained. But the end 241 2, 91 | acts ~to their end must needs be in virtue of the natural 242 2, 91 | that the ~human reason needs to proceed to the more particular 243 2, 91 | his supernatural ~end man needs to be directed in a yet 244 2, 93 | of the second mover must needs be ~derived from the power 245 2, 94 | to the other powers must needs be ~directed according to 246 2, 95 | trained. Consequently ~a man needs to receive this training 247 2, 95 | details: thus the craftsman ~needs to determine the general 248 2, 98 | 24:44): "All things must needs be fulfilled, which are 249 2, 98 | subject to the king, must needs be subject to his law. ~ 250 2, 99 | observance of any precepts, needs ~to move him at first by 251 2, 100 | judgment of human reason must ~needs by derived in some way from 252 2, 100 | of ~which, human reason needs Divine instruction, whereby 253 2, 100 | precepts of the Law must needs ~be diversified according 254 2, 100 | Heb. 11:6). Hence it needs no other promulgation that 255 2, 101 | the Divine worship ~must needs be figurative, as we shall 256 2, 101 | revealed: and therefore it needs no longer to be ~foreshadowed 257 2, 101 | not yet revealed, alone needs to be foreshadowed. This 258 2, 101 | health, and then the ~remedy needs not to be repeated. But 259 2, 101 | is weak and imperfect, it needs to be multiplied: thus many 260 2, 102 | from the Divine wisdom must needs be well ordered, as the ~ 261 2, 102 | nations." Consequently we must needs say that the ceremonial 262 2, 102 | certain loaves. But God needs no such ~sustenance; according 263 2, 103 | whoever worships God ~must needs worship Him by means of 264 2, 103 | consummated, the same thing needs to be declared by ~means 265 2, 104 | Divine institution, must needs be different, according 266 2, 104 | government, the ~laws must needs be changed. For democracy, 267 2, 104 | there is order there must needs be division. ~But the notion 268 2, 105 | 1~OBJ 4: Further, man's needs require that men should 269 2, 105 | provision was made for men's needs, by ~allowing the sale of 270 2, 105 | the debtor to give what he needs least. Fourthly, the Law ~ 271 2, 105 | for which purpose man needs a wife, that she may bear 272 2, 106 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, man needs to save his soul, which 273 2, 107 | is set forth implicitly needs to be declared ~explicitly. 274 2, 108 | inordinate ~movements, must needs also restrain the hand from 275 2, 108 | solicitous now, for the needs, not ~of the present, but 276 2, 109 | any truth whatsoever man ~needs Divine help, that the intellect 277 2, 109 | both states ~human nature needs the help of God as First 278 2, 109 | state of perfect nature man needs a gratuitous strength ~superadded 279 2, 109 | this, in both ~states man needs the Divine help, that he 280 2, 109 | state of corrupt nature man needs, even for ~this, the help 281 2, 109 | OBJ 3: Further, if a man needs grace in order to prepare 282 2, 109 | state of corrupt nature man needs grace to heal his nature 283 2, 109 | man who has obtained grace needs further aid of ~grace in 284 2, 109 | Hence whoever is in grace needs no further help of grace 285 2, 109 | already possesses grace needs ~a further assistance of 286 2, 109 | live righteously a ~man needs a twofold help of God - 287 2, 109 | of nature. Secondly, man needs the help of grace in order 288 2, 109 | further infused habit. Yet he needs the help of ~grace in another 289 2, 109 | help; for every creature needs to ~be preserved in the 290 2, 109 | received grace man still needs the Divine help, it cannot 291 2, 109 | argument merely proves that man needs no further ~habitual grace.~ 292 2, 109 | Whether man possessed of grace needs the help of grace in order 293 2, 109 | that man possessed of grace needs no help to ~persevere. For 294 2, 109 | is justified by grace, he needs no further help of grace 295 2, 109 | when possessed of grace, needs perseverance ~to be given 296 2, 109 | habitual grace, but he ~needs the Divine assistance guiding 297 2, 109 | justified by grace, he still needs to beseech God for the ~ 298 2, 111 | embraces whatever a man needs in order to instruct another 299 2, 111 | effects, whereby at times he ~needs to manifest causes; and 300 2, 111 | Hence gratuitous ~grace needs not to be the more excellent, 301 2, 112 | agent of infinite power needs no disposition in ~matter, 302 2, 112 | agent of infinite power needs no matter or disposition ~ 303 2, 112 | removed, the effect must ~needs be removed also. Therefore, 304 2, 113 | disposed, or because the agent needs time to dispose the ~subject. 305 2, 113 | infuse grace into the soul, needs no ~disposition, save what 306 2, 1 | objects of science must needs be, in a ~fashion, seen.~ 307 2, 1 | faith from Holy Writ, one needs long study ~and practice, 308 2, 2 | one who learns thus must ~needs believe, in order that he 309 2, 2 | occupations, and temporal needs, or even ~through laziness 310 2, 2 | faith, their faith must needs be implied in the faith 311 2, 2 | unfolding of faith must needs reach ~men of lower degree 312 2, 4 | thereof: so ~that it must needs be under the aspect of something 313 2, 4 | commanded by the ~will, it must needs be directed, as to its end, 314 2, 4 | is a virtue, its act must needs be perfect. ~Now, for the 315 2, 4 | is to be ~perfect, there needs to be a habit in the will 316 2, 4 | intellect: even as there needs to be the habit of prudence 317 2, 4 | principle of that act, must needs reside in the intellect.~ 318 2, 4 | but also ~the intellect needs to be well disposed to follow 319 2, 4 | the concupiscible faculty needs to be well disposed in ~ 320 2, 4 | command of reason; hence there needs to be a habit of ~virtue 321 2, 4 | comes ~the imperfect must needs be done away. Thus with 322 2, 4 | which is the last end, must needs ~precede all the others. 323 2, 5 | the gift of grace, we must needs say ~that there was in them 324 2, 5 | a ~catholic's intellect needs the aid of the gift of faith 325 2, 5 | in order to do so, ~a man needs the help of the habit of 326 2, 6 | first of these, faith must needs be ~from God. Because those 327 2, 6 | above his ~nature, this must needs accrue to him from some 328 2, 6 | believer: ~but man's will needs to be prepared by God with 329 2, 8 | point. Consequently man needs a supernatural light in ~ 330 2, 8 | FS, Q[3]~, A[8]), man needs to reach to certain higher 331 2, 8 | state of grace, there must needs be ~rectitude of the will, 332 2, 8 | to which the right will needs to tend.~Aquin.: SMT SS 333 2, 14 | which the human intellect ~needs in order to understand, 334 2, 14 | pleasures of the ~body, it must needs happen that their attention 335 2, 18 | 2/3~Now filial fear must needs increase when charity increases, 336 2, 18 | share of spiritual goods, needs to begin by despising earthly 337 2, 22 | kind of friendship ~must needs be based on this same communication, 338 2, 22 | voluntary act, whose principle needs ~to be in itself, as stated 339 2, 22 | by the due rule, it must needs be that human virtue, which 340 2, 22 | its order to the end, must needs give the act its ~form. 341 2, 23 | so that something ~must needs come which was not there 342 2, 23 | except in so far as the needs of the present ~life demand. 343 2, 23 | if it decrease, this must needs be either through an ~act, 344 2, 23 | away suddenly; but he must needs do so gradually and by little 345 2, 25 | a principle, there must needs be also order of some ~kind. 346 2, 25 | Consequently ~there must needs be some order in things 347 2, 25 | effect of charity, must needs be proportionate to those 348 2, 25 | person who loves, it must needs be that ~the affection of 349 2, 25 | The order of charity must needs remain in heaven, as ~regards 350 2, 25 | longer succor ~another, as he needs to in the present life, 351 2, 27 | joy of any creature must needs be ~finite. Secondly, fulness 352 2, 28 | time: so that there must needs be a clashing of ~the movements 353 2, 28 | there is most defect, must needs take most pity. But this 354 2, 28 | and our neighbor. For He needs ~not our sacrifices, but 355 2, 30 | need. Now there are many needs of human life other ~than 356 2, 30 | for instance, a blind man needs a leader, a ~lame man needs 357 2, 30 | needs a leader, a ~lame man needs someone to lean on, a poor 358 2, 30 | someone to lean on, a poor man needs riches. Therefore ~these 359 2, 30 | taken ~from the various needs of our neighbor: some of 360 2, 30 | In like manner spiritual needs are relieved by spiritual 361 2, 30 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: All other needs are reduced to these, for 362 2, 30 | relieving the aforesaid needs: ~hence there was no reason 363 2, 30 | our neighbor's corporal needs. ~Secondly, they may be 364 2, 30 | we ought ~to succor his needs: this is done by almsgiving. 365 2, 30 | what remains relieve the needs of others. Thus nature ~ 366 2, 30 | individual to relieve the needs of all, we are not bound ~ 367 2, 30 | have over and ~above our needs. Hence Basil says [*Hom. 368 2, 30 | give alms out of what one needs?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[32] A[ 369 2, 30 | give alms out of what one ~needs. For the order of charity 370 2, 30 | whoever gives away what he needs himself, squanders his ~ 371 2, 30 | if a man gives of what he needs ~for himself or for his 372 2, 30 | gives alms from what he needs, sins gravely.~Aquin.: SMT 373 2, 30 | gives not only what he needs not, but also what he ~needs. 374 2, 30 | needs not, but also what he ~needs. Therefore a man may give 375 2, 30 | give alms out of what he needs.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[32] A[ 376 2, 30 | yet not go beyond what he needs in this way, or one might 377 2, 30 | who succor them in their needs? Therefore alms ~should 378 2, 30 | of alms as exceeding the ~needs of the recipient.~Aquin.: 379 2, 31 | however, a virtuous ~act needs to be moderated by due circumstances, 380 2, 31 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: A man needs no witnesses that he may 381 2, 32 | hatred of such an evil must needs come last. This hatred ~ 382 2, 41 | written (Mt. 18:7): "It must needs be that scandals ~come." 383 2, 41 | 1: These words, "It must needs be that scandals come," 384 2, 41 | Para. 3/3~Or scandals must needs occur, seeing the condition 385 2, 41 | say that such a man must needs injure his health, ~which 386 2, 41 | In like manner it must needs be that scandals come, so 387 2, 43 | away from his due end, must needs ~fix on some undue end, 388 2, 45 | with universals only, but needs to take cognizance of ~singulars 389 2, 45 | right use of his art, he needs to have a virtue which will ~ 390 2, 45 | from other ~objects, must needs be a special habit, and 391 2, 45 | in regard to ~action must needs be the chief act of prudence. 392 2, 45 | home and ~state, he must needs consider what is good for 393 2, 45 | ends. Wherefore there must ~needs be different species of 394 2, 45 | answer that, The virtues must needs be connected together, so 395 2, 45 | charity, so that he must needs have all the other virtues, ~ 396 2, 46 | 11): "Of such things one needs to have the ~sense, and 397 2, 47 | process of ~reasoning must needs proceed from some understanding. 398 2, 47 | process of prudence ~must needs have its source in understanding. 399 2, 47 | minor premiss, which must needs be singular in ~the syllogism 400 2, 47 | rapid," whereas counsel ~needs to be slow, as stated in 401 2, 47 | unity, one of ~them must needs be the principal to which 402 2, 47 | good. Wherefore prudence needs caution, so that we may ~ 403 2, 48 | part of ~the kingly office, needs the guidance of prudence. 404 2, 49 | implies perfection. For ~man needs to be perfected by virtues 405 2, 49 | take good counsel must ~needs be a distinct virtue from 406 2, 51 | whoever takes counsel must needs give thought to many ~things. 407 2, 52 | a sin, ~and that it must needs have the character of a 408 2, 52 | In every sin there must needs be a defect affecting an 409 2, 53 | do some evil deed, must needs devise ~certain ways of 410 2, 53 | granted us according to our needs, if we do ~what we ought 411 2, 53 | use them ~according to his needs, not that he may place his 412 2, 53 | seek them in excess of the needs of the ~present life, or 413 2, 55 | nature is unchangeable, ~must needs be such always and everywhere. 414 2, 56 | good act, a virtue must needs be defined by means of the ~ 415 2, 56 | an act to be virtuous it needs ~first of all to be done " 416 2, 56 | which justice demands must needs be between beings ~capable 417 2, 56 | appetitive power, justice must needs be in some appetitive ~power 418 2, 56 | that which is general must needs be ~essentially the same 419 2, 56 | considered ~strictly, for it needs some higher virtue to direct 420 2, 56 | Therefore justice must needs be about the passions.~Aquin.: 421 2, 56 | The greatest virtues must needs be those which are most ~ 422 2, 58 | it is unlawful, it must needs be reducible to an ~injustice, 423 2, 64 | order to remedy one's own needs.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[66] A[ 424 2, 64 | purpose of succoring man's needs by their means. Wherefore 425 2, 64 | preclude ~the fact that man's needs have to be remedied by means 426 2, 65 | another. Hence a judge must needs judge between two parties, 427 2, 66 | Therefore the accusation ~needs not to be made in writing.~ 428 2, 69 | to provide for the future needs of others, and it suffices 429 2, 69 | suffices to succor ~present needs. Hence it is written (1 430 2, 69 | and dumb. For an advocate needs to have both interior ~skill 431 2, 74 | creatures minister to the needs of man. In this ~sense the 432 2, 75 | salable commodities must needs be different ~in different 433 2, 75 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, man needs more to know the road of 434 2, 75 | in order to satisfy the needs of life. Such like trading, ~ 435 2, 76 | necessity, in so far as he needs to borrow money which ~the 436 2, 78 | whereby we help them in their needs. For Isidore says (Etym. 437 2, 79 | kind of lordship there must needs be a special kind of service. ~ 438 2, 79 | likewise," wherefore we must needs say that every good act 439 2, 79 | to the hungry." ~But God needs nothing that we can offer 440 2, 79 | other virtues whereby ~man's needs are relieved.~Aquin.: SMT 441 2, 79 | to ~the relief of human needs, or to the reverence of 442 2, 79 | order to be united to God, ~needs to be guided by the sensible 443 2, 79 | beginning, and such things ~must needs be most immovable. Hence 444 2, 80 | cause on our ~part must needs be meditation or contemplation. 445 2, 80 | Consequently meditation must ~needs be the cause of devotion, 446 2, 80 | on account of which he needs to lean ~on God, according 447 2, 80 | of the human mind that it needs a guiding hand, ~not only 448 2, 81 | order that we may make our needs known to the person to whom ~ 449 2, 81 | to make known to Him ~our needs or desires but that we ourselves 450 2, 81 | praying confesses that he needs Him as the Author of his 451 2, 81 | Enchiridion cxv), belong to the needs of the present life~Aquin.: 452 2, 81 | one who prays a ~long time needs to speak much, especially 453 2, 83 | himself, and in ~which he needs help and direction from 454 2, 84 | of their country and the needs of ~the Church's ministers.~ 455 2, 85 | of their country and the ~needs of the ministers: hence 456 2, 86 | not all binding. For man needs things ~that are done by 457 2, 86 | requisite. And although God needs not our goods, we are ~under 458 2, 87 | oath. For a man's assertion needs no ~confirmation save because 459 2, 92 | another sin is punished needs to be more manifest, in ~ 460 2, 93 | sortilegious acts must ~needs be ascribed to chance, or 461 2, 95 | escape from that which it needs to ~avoid." From this it 462 2, 97 | of deformity, there ~must needs be a special sin; because 463 2, 97 | species of ~sacrilege must needs be distinguished according 464 2, 98 | material can be sold for the needs of the Church or of the 465 2, 99 | who even ~hates them, must needs omit the duties of piety. 466 2, 100 | something is due, there ~must needs be a corresponding distinction 467 2, 100 | observance with piety we must ~needs take into consideration 468 2, 101 | which is due, there must needs ~be different virtues to 469 2, 102 | subjects any ~single good, must needs allow them many others, 470 2, 104 | the debt ~to be paid must needs vary according to various 471 2, 104 | all": for the effect must needs always be ~directed to the 472 2, 107 | truth ~or truthfulness must needs be a virtue, because to 473 2, 108 | is a moral act, it must needs be voluntary, and dependent 474 2, 112 | kind of good, ~there must needs be a special kind of virtue. 475 2, 116 | directed to an end must needs be commensurate ~with the 476 2, 116 | A[1]). Hence it must needs be that man's good in their 477 2, 119 | the same beatitude must needs correspond to knowledge 478 2, 120 | precepts of the decalogue must needs pertain to ~justice. Wherefore 479 2, 120 | concern the common good must needs be ~administered in different 480 2, 121 | of fear. Hence ~fortitude needs to be immediately about 481 2, 121 | better, since the end must needs be better ~than what is 482 2, 121 | 19): "Those virtues must ~needs be greatest which are most 483 2, 126 | a magnificent man must needs be liberal," as the ~Philosopher 484 2, 126 | deeds of magnificence one ~needs to have a constant mind. 485 2, 127 | a moral virtue, it must needs be ~about either passions 486 2, 127 | nothing at all. For ~every man needs, first, the Divine assistance, 487 2, 127 | Accordingly, in so far as he ~needs others, it belongs to a 488 2, 127 | these external goods; yet it needs them in order to act ~more 489 2, 132 | Ethic. vi, 5) "there must needs be ~a virtue of act," i.e. 490 2, 135 | constancy;~(4) Whether it needs the help of grace?~Aquin.: 491 2, 135 | 1/1~Whether perseverance needs the help of grace? [*Cf. 492 2, 135 | a virtue. In this way it needs the gift of habitual grace, ~ 493 2, 135 | death: and in this sense it needs ~not only habitual grace, 494 2, 135 | himself, to sin: wherefore he needs the help of grace for that ~ 495 2, 138 | Wherefore precepts of law must needs be framed in various ways ~ 496 2, 138 | order to live aright man needs ~not only the principal 497 2, 139 | pleasure and this impulse needs control, which belongs to ~ 498 2, 139 | evils, against which man needs firmness of mind, which 499 2, 139 | like manner temperance must needs be about desires for the ~ 500 2, 139 | does not depend on the ~needs of the present life. For


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