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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | and ~allegory." Now these four seem altogether different 2 1, 1 | altogether different from the four ~divisions mentioned in 3 1, 1 | Holy Writ according to the four ~different senses mentioned 4 1, 1 | which is ~not one of these four.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[1] A[10] 5 1, 1 | truth of another. Of these four, ~allegory alone stands 6 1, 6 | 1 - THE GOODNESS OF GOD (FOUR ARTICLES)~We next consider 7 1, 6 | under which head there are four ~points of inquiry:~(1) 8 1, 7 | 2 - THE INFINITY OF GOD (FOUR ARTICLES)~After considering 9 1, 7 | Concerning the first, there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 10 1, 8 | EXISTENCE OF GOD IN THINGS (FOUR ARTICLES)~Since it evidently 11 1, 8 | concerning this there arise four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 12 1, 11 | 1/1 - THE UNITY OF GOD (FOUR ARTICLES)~After the foregoing, 13 1, 11 | concerning which ~there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether " 14 1, 17 | 1 - CONCERNING FALSITY (FOUR ARTICLES)~We next consider 15 1, 17 | consider falsity. About this four points of inquiry arise:~( 16 1, 18 | 1/1 - THE LIFE OF GOD (FOUR ARTICLES)~Since to understand 17 1, 18 | divine life. About ~this, four points of inquiry arise:~( 18 1, 18 | 13), who distinguishes ~four kinds of life, namely, nourishment, 19 1, 18 | distinguishes life by the ~four operations mentioned. For 20 1, 18 | this lower world there are four kinds ~of living things. 21 1, 20 | Para. 1/1 - GOD'S LOVE (FOUR ARTICLES)~We next consider 22 1, 20 | About the first there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 23 1, 21 | JUSTICE AND MERCY OF GOD (FOUR ARTICLES)~After considering 24 1, 21 | Under this head there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 25 1, 22 | THE PROVIDENCE OF GOD (FOUR ARTICLES)~Having considered 26 1, 22 | s ~providence there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 27 1, 25 | man ~is a donkey, he has four feet." Or he may be understood 28 1, 25 | He cannot make the number four greater than it is; because 29 1, 25 | greater it would no longer be four, but another number. For 30 1, 26 | OF THE DIVINE BEATITUDE (FOUR ARTICLES) ~After considering 31 1, 26 | Concerning this, there are four ~points of inquiry:~(1) 32 1, 28 | THE DIVINE RELATIONS (FOUR ARTICLES)~The divine relations 33 1, 28 | next to be considered, in four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 34 1, 28 | Whether in God there are only four real relations - paternity, 35 1, 28 | in God there are not only four real ~relations - paternity, 36 1, 28 | Therefore there are not only four real relations in God.~Aquin.: 37 1, 28 | and thus there are not four ~relations in God.~Aquin.: 38 1, 29 | 4 - THE DIVINE PERSONS (FOUR ARTICLES)~Having premised 39 1, 29 | persons seemingly involves four points: ~(1) The signification 40 1, 29 | FP Q[29] Out. Para. 4/4~Four subjects of inquiry are 41 1, 30 | PLURALITY OF PERSONS IN GOD (FOUR ARTICLES)~We are now led 42 1, 30 | about which ~there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 43 1, 30 | absolute, as two and three and ~four; and number as existing 44 1, 30 | above (A[1]). But there are four relations in God as ~stated 45 1, 30 | procession. Therefore there are four persons in God.~Aquin.: 46 1, 30 | OBJ 1: Although there are four relations in God, one of 47 1, 31 | UNITY OR PLURALITY IN GOD (FOUR ARTICLES)~We now consider 48 1, 31 | God; which ~gives rise to four points of inquiry:~(1) Concerning 49 1, 32 | KNOWLEDGE OF THE DIVINE PERSONS (FOUR ARTICLES)~We proceed to 50 1, 32 | persons; ~and this involves four points of inquiry: ~(1) 51 1, 32 | relations in God are only four (Q[28], A[4]). ~Therefore 52 1, 32 | Therefore the notions are only four in number.~Aquin.: SMT FP 53 1, 32 | procession." Of these only four are relations, for ~"innascibility" 54 1, 32 | later (Q[33], A[4], ad 3). Four only are properties. For " 55 1, 32 | Reply OBJ 1: Besides the four relations, another notion 56 1, 33 | THE PERSON OF THE FATHER (FOUR ARTICLES)~We now consider 57 1, 33 | concerning Whom there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 58 1, 36 | PERSON OF THE HOLY GHOST (FOUR ARTICLES)~We proceed to 59 1, 36 | name "Holy Ghost" there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 60 1, 39 | considering any creature four points present themselves 61 1, 40 | RELATIONS OR PROPERTIES (FOUR ARTICLES)~We now consider 62 1, 40 | properties; and there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 63 1, 41 | one Holy Ghost." For this four reasons may be given.~Aquin.: 64 1, 44 | FIRST CAUSE OF ALL ~THINGS (FOUR ARTICLES)~After treating 65 1, 44 | the first head there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 66 1, 46 | heaven and earth." ~For four things are stated to be 67 1, 59 | THE WILL OF THE ANGELS (FOUR ARTICLES)~In the next place 68 1, 59 | first heading there are four ~points of inquiry:~(1) 69 1, 61 | ORDER OF NATURAL BEING (FOUR ARTICLES)~After dealing 70 1, 61 | first heading there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 71 1, 64 | PUNISHMENT OF THE DEMONS (FOUR ARTICLES)~It now remains 72 1, 64 | which heading there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Of 73 1, 65 | OF CORPOREAL CREATURES (FOUR ARTICLES)~From the consideration 74 1, 65 | the first head ~there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 75 1, 66 | CREATION TOWARDS DISTINCTION (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must next consider 76 1, 66 | the ~first head there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 77 1, 66 | are ~of the nature of the four elements. Hence because 78 1, 66 | elements. Hence because the four elements have ~one common 79 1, 66 | things created were ~these four - the angelic nature, the 80 1, 67 | OF DISTINCTION IN ITSELF (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must consider 81 1, 67 | the first head there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 82 1, 67 | fire, the noblest of the four elements.~Aquin.: SMT FP 83 1, 67 | in its nature ~from the four elements, and naturally 84 1, 68 | WORK OF THE SECOND DAY (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must next consider 85 1, 68 | Under this head there ~are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 86 1, 68 | be ~of the nature of the four elements, not, indeed, compounded 87 1, 68 | not of the nature of the four elements, but is itself 88 1, 68 | being of the nature of the four elements, for the same reason 89 1, 68 | being of the nature of the four elements then ~the waters 90 1, 68 | subdivides this space into four distinct heavens. The higher 91 1, 68 | When, therefore, ~these four heavens are added to the 92 1, 70 | be of the nature of the four elements, for it may be 93 1, 74 | however, ~a difference as to four points; since, according 94 1, 74 | accustomed to include all the four elements as (Ps. ~148:7, 95 1, 39 | considering any creature four points present themselves 96 1, 40 | RELATIONS OR PROPERTIES (FOUR ARTICLES)~We now consider 97 1, 40 | properties; and there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 98 1, 41 | one Holy Ghost." For this four reasons may be given.~Aquin.: 99 1, 45 | FIRST CAUSE OF ALL ~THINGS (FOUR ARTICLES)~After treating 100 1, 45 | the first head there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 101 1, 47 | heaven and earth." ~For four things are stated to be 102 1, 60 | THE WILL OF THE ANGELS (FOUR ARTICLES)~In the next place 103 1, 60 | first heading there are four ~points of inquiry:~(1) 104 1, 62 | ORDER OF NATURAL BEING (FOUR ~ARTICLES)~After dealing 105 1, 62 | first heading there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 106 1, 65 | PUNISHMENT OF THE DEMONS (FOUR ARTICLES)~It now remains 107 1, 65 | which heading there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Of 108 1, 66 | OF CORPOREAL CREATURES (FOUR ARTICLES)~From the consideration 109 1, 66 | the first head ~there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 110 1, 67 | CREATION TOWARDS DISTINCTION (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must next consider 111 1, 67 | the ~first head there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 112 1, 67 | are ~of the nature of the four elements. Hence because 113 1, 67 | elements. Hence because the four elements have ~one common 114 1, 67 | things created were ~these four - the angelic nature, the 115 1, 68 | OF DISTINCTION IN ITSELF (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must consider 116 1, 68 | the first head there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 117 1, 68 | fire, the noblest of the four elements.~Aquin.: SMT FP 118 1, 68 | in its nature ~from the four elements, and naturally 119 1, 69 | WORK OF THE SECOND DAY (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must next consider 120 1, 69 | Under this head there ~are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 121 1, 69 | be ~of the nature of the four elements, not, indeed, compounded 122 1, 69 | not of the nature of the four elements, but is itself 123 1, 69 | being of the nature of the four elements, for the same reason 124 1, 69 | being of the nature of the four elements then ~the waters 125 1, 69 | subdivides this space into four distinct heavens. The higher 126 1, 69 | When, therefore, ~these four heavens are added to the 127 1, 71 | be of the nature of the four elements, for it may be 128 1, 73 | however, ~a difference as to four points; since, according 129 1, 73 | accustomed to include all the four elements as (Ps. ~148:7, 130 1, 77 | SPECIFIC POWERS OF THE SOUL (FOUR ARTICLES)~We next treat 131 1, 77 | the first head there are four points of inquiry:~(1) The 132 1, 77 | vital ~operations. Now, in four ways is a thing said to 133 1, 77 | Therefore there ~are only four genera of powers of the 134 1, 77 | three are called souls, and four are called modes of ~living. 135 1, 77 | need to assign more than four interior powers of the sensitive ~ 136 1, 78 | For sometimes they assign four intellects - namely, the ~" 137 1, 78 | actual" intellect. Of which four the active and passive intellects 138 1, 79 | concerning which there are four ~heads of consideration: 139 1, 82 | Para. 1/1 - OF FREE-WILL (FOUR ARTICLES)~We now inquire 140 1, 82 | Under this head there are four ~points of inquiry:~(1) 141 1, 83 | held the existence of our four material elements and two ~ 142 1, 85 | KNOWS IN MATERIAL THINGS (FOUR ARTICLES)~We now have to 143 1, 85 | Under this head there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 144 1, 86 | ITSELF AND ALL WITHIN ITSELF (FOUR ~ARTICLES)~We have now to 145 1, 86 | Under this head there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 146 1, 89 | PRODUCTION OF MAN'S SOUL (FOUR ARTICLES)~After the foregoing 147 1, 89 | concerning which there are four subjects of treatment: ( 148 1, 89 | the first head there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 149 1, 90 | OF THE FIRST MAN'S BODY (FOUR ARTICLES)~We have now to 150 1, 90 | Under ~this head there are four points of inquiry:~(1) The 151 1, 90 | body is composed of the four elements. ~Therefore it 152 1, 90 | of the earth, but of the four ~elements.~Aquin.: SMT FP 153 1, 90 | body should be made of the four elements, that man might 154 1, 90 | was becoming to man for four reasons. ~First, because 155 1, 91 | PRODUCTION OF THE WOMAN (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must next consider 156 1, 91 | Under this head there ~are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 157 1, 93 | REGARDS HIS INTELLECT ~(FOUR ARTICLES)~We next consider 158 1, 93 | the first head there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 159 1, 94 | GRACE AND RIGHTEOUSNESS (FOUR ARTICLES)~We next consider 160 1, 94 | the first head there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 161 1, 95 | THE STATE OF INNOCENCE (FOUR ARTICLES)~We next consider 162 1, 95 | Under this head there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 163 1, 95 | things. Now we may consider four things in ~man: his "reason," 164 1, 96 | IN THE PRIMITIVE STATE (FOUR ARTICLES)~We next consider 165 1, 96 | the first head there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 166 1, 101 | ABODE, WHICH IS PARADISE (FOUR ARTICLES)~We next consider 167 1, 101 | Under this head there ~are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 168 1, 101 | Further, Scripture mentions four rivers as rising in paradise ~( 169 1, 103 | OF THE DIVINE GOVERNMENT (FOUR ARTICLES)~We next consider 170 1, 103 | particular; ~concerning which four points of inquiry arise:~( 171 1, 105 | CREATURE MOVES ANOTHER (FOUR ARTICLES)~We next consider 172 1, 105 | enlightenment there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 173 1, 107 | for instance, three or four), are ~of one order, the 174 1, 107 | vii) expounds in regard to four things: the ~perfect vision 175 1, 107 | in which we may ~consider four things. First, the site; 176 1, 108 | ORDERING OF THE BAD ANGELS (FOUR ARTICLES)~We now consider 177 1, 108 | concerning which there ~are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 178 1, 109 | HOW ANGELS ACT ON BODIES (FOUR ARTICLES)~We now consider 179 1, 109 | Under this head there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 180 1, 110 | ACTION OF THE ANGELS ON MAN (FOUR ARTICLES)~We now consider 181 1, 110 | the first head there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 182 1, 111 | THE MISSION OF THE ANGELS (FOUR ARTICLES)~We next consider 183 1, 111 | angels. Under this head arise four ~points of inquiry:~(1) 184 1, 111 | external ministry; not to the four superior orders.~Aquin.: 185 1, 115 | Out. Para. 1/1 - ON FATE (FOUR ARTICLES)~We come now to 186 1, 115 | Under this head there are four ~points of inquiry:~(1) 187 1, 116 | PERTAINING TO THE ACTION OF MAN (FOUR ARTICLES)~We have next to 188 1, 116 | to the first, there are ~four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 189 2, 1 | s last end to consist in four things, viz. ~"in pleasure, 190 2, 2 | A[4] Body Para. 2/2~Now four general reasons may be given 191 2, 2 | thereto naturally. Now the four goods ~mentioned above are 192 2, 4 | necessary for another in four ways. ~First, as a preamble 193 2, 7 | CIRCUMSTANCES OF HUMAN ACTS (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider 194 2, 7 | under which head ~there are four points of inquiry:~(1) What 195 2, 10 | WHICH THE WILL IS MOVED (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider 196 2, 10 | Under this ~head there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 197 2, 11 | WHICH IS AN ACT OF THE WILL (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider 198 2, 11 | concerning which there are four points ~of inquiry:~(1) 199 2, 15 | IN REGARD TO THE MEANS (FOUR ~ARTICLES) ~We must now 200 2, 15 | concerning which there are four points of ~inquiry:~(1) 201 2, 16 | IN REGARD TO THE MEANS (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider 202 2, 16 | concerning which there are four points of ~inquiry:~(1) 203 2, 17 | Avicenna says that there ~are four ways of moving, "by perfecting, 204 2, 18 | some have two feet, some four, some many": because the 205 2, 21 | THEIR GOODNESS AND ~MALICE (FOUR ARTICLES)~We have now to 206 2, 21 | under this head there are four points of ~inquiry:~(1) 207 2, 22 | them in general, there are four things to ~be considered: ( 208 2, 23 | DIFFER FROM ONE ANOTHER (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider 209 2, 23 | under ~this head there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 210 2, 24 | THE PASSIONS OF THE SOUL (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider 211 2, 24 | under this head there are four points of inquiry: ~(1) 212 2, 25 | PASSIONS TO ONE ANOTHER (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider 213 2, 25 | under ~this head there are four points of inquiry:~(1) The 214 2, 25 | to one another;~(4) The four principal passions.~Aquin.: 215 2, 25 | 1~Whether these are the four principal passions: joy, 216 2, 25 | hope and fear are not the four ~principal passions. For 217 2, 25 | in no way be called the four principal passions.~Aquin.: 218 2, 25 | Consol. i) in enumerating the four ~principal passions, says: ~( 219 2, 25 | 1/2~I answer that, These four are commonly called the 220 2, 25 | customary ~to distinguish these four passions in relation to 221 2, 25 | they all culminate in these four. For this reason some have 222 2, 25 | some have said that ~these four are the principal passions, 223 2, 26 | PARTICULAR: AND FIRST, OF LOVE (FOUR ARTICLES)~We have now to 224 2, 26 | the first head there ~are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 225 2, 26 | love is to dilection, "as four is to twice two, ~and as 226 2, 26 | 2~I answer that, We find four words referring in a way, 227 2, 27 | OF THE CAUSE OF LOVE (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider 228 2, 27 | under this head there are ~four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 229 2, 28 | it is to be observed that four proximate ~effects may be 230 2, 30 | 1/1 - OF CONCUPISCENCE (FOUR ARTICLES)~We have now to 231 2, 30 | under which head there are four ~points of inquiry:~(1) 232 2, 31 | sadness. Concerning delight four things ~must be considered: ( 233 2, 33 | THE EFFECTS OF PLEASURE (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider 234 2, 33 | under this head there ~are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 235 2, 34 | AND MALICE OF PLEASURES (FOUR ARTICLES) ~We must now consider 236 2, 34 | under which ~head there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 237 2, 35 | 1~Whether there are only four species of sorrow?~Aquin.: 238 2, 35 | division of ~sorrow into four species is incorrect; viz. 239 2, 36 | CAUSES OF SORROW OR PAIN (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider 240 2, 36 | under which head there are ~four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 241 2, 37 | EFFECTS OF PAIN OR SORROW (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider 242 2, 37 | under which head ~there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 243 2, 39 | MALICE OF SORROW OR PAIN (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider 244 2, 39 | under ~which head there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 245 2, 40 | is reckoned as one of the four principal passions. But ~ 246 2, 40 | Augustine in setting down the four principal passions puts 247 2, 40 | object of hope, we may note four conditions. First, that 248 2, 41 | 1 - OF FEAR, IN ITSELF (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider, 249 2, 41 | daring. ~With regard to fear, four things must be considered: ( 250 2, 41 | the first head there ~are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 251 2, 41 | of sorrow. Now there are four ~species of sorrow, as stated 252 2, 41 | Therefore there should ~only be four species of fear corresponding 253 2, 44 | OF THE EFFECTS OF FEAR (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider 254 2, 44 | under which head there are ~four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 255 2, 45 | Para. 1/1 - OF DARING (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider 256 2, 45 | under which head there are four points of ~inquiry:~(1) 257 2, 45 | avoidance of evil. ~Now these four things belong to four passions, 258 2, 45 | these four things belong to four passions, since pursuit 259 2, 47 | OF THE REMEDIES OF ANGER (FOUR ARTICLES) [*There is no 260 2, 47 | Under this head there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 261 2, 48 | OF THE EFFECTS OF ANGER (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider 262 2, 48 | under which head there are ~four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 263 2, 49 | AS TO THEIR SUBSTANCE (FOUR ARTICLES)~After treating 264 2, 49 | habits in general there are four points to consider: First, ~ 265 2, 49 | the first head, there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 266 2, 51 | AS TO THEIR FORMATION (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must next consider 267 2, 51 | the first head there are four points of ~inquiry:~(1) 268 2, 52 | this way, then, there were four opinions among philosophers ~ 269 2, 54 | THE DISTINCTION OF HABITS (FOUR ARTICLES)~We have now to 270 2, 54 | under this head ~there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 271 2, 55 | VIRTUES, AS TO THEIR ESSENCE (FOUR ARTICLES)~We come now to 272 2, 55 | the first head, there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 273 2, 58 | placed by all among the four cardinal ~virtues, which 274 2, 61 | We know that there are four cardinal ~virtues, viz. 275 2, 61 | Para. 1/1~Whether there are four cardinal virtues?~Aquin.: 276 2, 61 | seem that there are not four cardinal virtues. For ~prudence 277 2, 61 | good works is built on four virtues."~Aquin.: SMT FS 278 2, 61 | way we find that there are four cardinal virtues.~Aquin.: 279 2, 61 | of ~virtue. For there are four subjects of the virtue we 280 2, 61 | are reducible to the above four, both as to the subject 281 2, 61 | all other virtues to these four (De ~Invent. Rhet. ii).~ 282 2, 61 | stated above (A[2]), these four are reckoned as ~cardinal 283 2, 61 | virtues, in respect of the four formal principles of virtue 284 2, 61 | 3~Accordingly the above four virtues may be considered 285 2, 61 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the four cardinal virtues differ 286 2, 61 | would seem that the above four virtues are not diverse 287 2, 61 | Eccl. xi) that "there are ~four virtues, corresponding to 288 2, 61 | he ~applies this to the four virtues mentioned above. 289 2, 61 | above. Therefore the same four ~virtues are distinct from 290 2, 61 | stated above (A[3]), these four virtues are understood ~ 291 2, 61 | operations. To ~distinguish these four virtues in this way does 292 2, 61 | better reason, take these four virtues, according ~as they 293 2, 61 | Gregory is speaking of these four virtues in the first ~sense 294 2, 61 | also be said that these four virtues qualify ~one another 295 2, 61 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: These four general conditions of virtue 296 2, 61 | It would seem that these four virtues are unfittingly 297 2, 61 | philosophy, says: 'The ~four kinds of virtue are fourfold: 298 2, 62 | THE THEOLOGICAL VIRTUES (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider 299 2, 62 | under which head there are ~four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 300 2, 62 | Eccl. xv) shows how the four ~cardinal virtues are the " 301 2, 63 | OF THE CAUSE OF VIRTUES (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider 302 2, 63 | under this head there are ~four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 303 2, 64 | OF THE MEAN OF VIRTUE (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider 304 2, 64 | the first head there are four points of ~inquiry:~(1) 305 2, 66 | those who understood these four virtues to be four general ~ 306 2, 66 | these four virtues to be four general ~properties of virtues, 307 2, 67 | he concludes ~that these four virtues remain in the future 308 2, 68 | same seven gifts ~from the four cardinal virtues, which 309 2, 68 | says were signified by the four ~corners of the house.~Aquin.: 310 2, 68 | that of ~the seven gifts, four belong to the reason, viz. 311 2, 68 | For in that enumeration four are set down corresponding 312 2, 69 | 1/1 - OF THE BEATITUDES (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider 313 2, 69 | under which head there are four ~points of inquiry:~(1) 314 2, 69 | mentioned there, to the four cardinal virtues. Therefore 315 2, 69 | 1/1~OBJ 6: Further, only four beatitudes are indicated 316 2, 69 | earthly: wherefore by these four beatitudes Our Lord ~excludes 317 2, 69 | beatitudes Our Lord ~excludes four things which seem to belong 318 2, 70 | FRUITS OF THE HOLY GHOST (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider 319 2, 70 | under which head ~there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 320 2, 72 | answer that, Since there are four kinds of causes, they are 321 2, 72 | to the numbers three and four.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[72] A[ 322 2, 72 | Moral. iv, 25) reckons four degrees of sin; the ~first 323 2, 73 | as ~he is more excellent. Four reasons may be assigned 324 2, 75 | CAUSES OF SIN, IN GENERAL (FOUR ARTICLES) ~We must now consider 325 2, 75 | the first head there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 326 2, 75 | another. For ~there are four kinds of cause, none of 327 2, 75 | another in respect of the four kinds of causes. ~First, 328 2, 75 | another, in respect of ~the four kinds of cause, as stated 329 2, 76 | CAUSES OF SIN, IN PARTICULAR (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider 330 2, 76 | the first head, there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 331 2, 77 | of an incontinent man has four propositions, two particular 332 2, 78 | OF SIN WHICH IS MALICE (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider 333 2, 78 | under this head there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 334 2, 79 | EXTERNAL CAUSES OF SIN (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider 335 2, 79 | the first head there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 336 2, 80 | SIN, AS REGARDS THE DEVIL (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider 337 2, 80 | under ~this head there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 338 2, 82 | SIN, AS TO ITS ESSENCE (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider 339 2, 82 | under this head ~there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 340 2, 83 | SUBJECT OF ORIGINAL SIN (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider 341 2, 83 | under which head there ~are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 342 2, 84 | BEING THE CAUSE OF ANOTHER (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider 343 2, 84 | Under this head there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 344 2, 84 | to virtues. But there are four principal virtues, as ~stated 345 2, 84 | Therefore there are only four principal or ~capital vices.~ 346 2, 84 | above (Q[77]). But there are four principal passions of the 347 2, 84 | is referred. ~These same four vices avoid inordinately 348 2, 85 | away altogether?~(3) Of the four wounds, mentioned by Bede, 349 2, 85 | error and vexation," which ~four do not coincide with the 350 2, 85 | do not coincide with the four in question. Therefore it 351 2, 85 | Para. 2/3~Again, there are four of the soul's powers that 352 2, 85 | Accordingly these are the four wounds inflicted on the 353 2, 85 | above (AA[1], 2), these four wounds are also ~the result 354 2, 90 | OF THE ESSENCE OF LAW (FOUR ARTICLES)~We have now to 355 2, 90 | the first head there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 356 2, 90 | Para. 2/2~Thus from the four preceding articles, the 357 2, 91 | Divine law. And this for ~four reasons. First, because 358 2, 91 | Body Para. 5/5~And these four causes are touched upon 359 2, 95 | Para. 1/1 - OF HUMAN LAW (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider 360 2, 95 | the first head there are four ~points of inquiry:~(1) 361 2, 97 | 1/1 - OF CHANGE IN LAWS (FOUR ARTICLES) ~We must now consider 362 2, 97 | under which head there are four ~points of inquiry:~(1) 363 2, 100 | time. But he ~distinguishes four precepts pertaining to God, 364 2, 100 | who also distinguishes four precepts as referring to ~ 365 2, 101 | PRECEPTS IN THEMSELVES (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider 366 2, 101 | the first head there are four points of inquiry:~(1) The 367 2, 102 | by a ~veil, which was of four different colors (denoting 368 2, 102 | different colors (denoting the four elements), ~viz. of linen, 369 2, 102 | because matter composed of the four elements is a veil between 370 2, 102 | This veil was adorned with four colors: viz. that of linen, 371 2, 102 | inside with curtains of four different colors, ~viz. 372 2, 102 | inner side by curtains of four ~colors: because the faithful 373 2, 102 | inwardly adorned with the four virtues: ~for "the twisted 374 2, 102 | Antiq. iii, 8,9,10), the four elements are indicated here: 375 2, 102 | offered to the Creator of the four elements. ~And since this 376 2, 102 | offered as an ~antidote to the four defects of leprosy: for 377 2, 102 | twelve precious stones set in four rows, on ~which also were 378 2, 102 | belt or girdle made of the four colors ~mentioned above. 379 2, 102 | the lesser priests ~had four, viz. the linen tunic and 380 2, 102 | ministers. Now there are four ~things that are necessary 381 2, 102 | the high-priests needed four other ~things in addition 382 2, 102 | abuse the doctrine of ~the four Evangelists, so that they 383 2, 102 | violet-colored fringes in the four corners of their garments, 384 2, 103 | THE CEREMONIAL PRECEPTS (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider 385 2, 103 | under ~which head there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 386 2, 104 | OF THE JUDICIAL PRECEPTS (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider 387 2, 104 | the first head there are four points of inquiry:~(1) What 388 2, 104 | and according to ~these four orders we may distinguish 389 2, 105 | FOR THE JUDICIAL PRECEPTS (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider 390 2, 105 | under which ~head there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Concerning 391 2, 105 | five oxen for one ox, and four ~sheep for one sheep." Moreover, 392 2, 105 | the greatness of a sin, four degrees may be ~observed, 393 2, 105 | heavier penalty, by ~ordering four sheep to be restored for 394 2, 105 | the sheep was useful ~in four ways: "for sacrifice, for 395 2, 106 | LAW, CONSIDERED IN ITSELF (FOUR ARTICLES)~In proper sequence 396 2, 106 | the first head ~there are four points of inquiry:~(1) What 397 2, 107 | AS COMPARED WITH THE OLD (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider 398 2, 107 | under which ~head there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 399 2, 108 | CONTAINED IN THE NEW LAW (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider 400 2, 108 | under which head there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 401 2, 110 | AS REGARDS ITS ESSENCE (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider 402 2, 110 | under ~this head there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 403 2, 113 | I answer that, There are four things which are accounted 404 2, 113 | answer that, The aforesaid four things required for the 405 2, 5 | OF THOSE WHO HAVE FAITH (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider 406 2, 5 | under which head there are ~four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 407 2, 8 | other way. For all these four gifts ~are ordained to supernatural 408 2, 8 | difference between those four gifts is ~clearly in agreement 409 2, 9 | OF THE GIFT OF KNOWLEDGE (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider 410 2, 9 | under which head there are ~four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 411 2, 11 | Para. 1/1 - OF HERESY (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider 412 2, 11 | under which head there are four points of ~inquiry:~(1) 413 2, 12 | OF BLASPHEMY, IN GENERAL (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider 414 2, 12 | the first head there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 415 2, 13 | AGAINST THE HOLY GHOST (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider 416 2, 13 | under which head there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 417 2, 17 | OF THE SUBJECT OF HOPE (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider 418 2, 17 | under which head there are ~four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 419 2, 19 | Para. 1/1 - OF DESPAIR (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider 420 2, 19 | the first head there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 421 2, 20 | Para. 1/1 - OF PRESUMPTION (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider 422 2, 20 | under which head there are four points ~of inquiry:~(1) 423 2, 24 | 23,26) that there ~are four things that we should love 424 2, 24 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether four things are rightly reckoned 425 2, 24 | It would seem that these four things are not rightly reckoned 426 2, 24 | own body. Therefore these four things are not rightly ~ 427 2, 24 | Christ. i, 23): "There are ~four things to be loved; one 428 2, 25 | proves (Ethic. ix, 7) by four ~arguments. First because 429 2, 26 | causality. ~Now there are four kinds of cause, viz., final, 430 2, 26 | relatively. According to these four ~different causes one thing 431 2, 27 | Out. Para. 1/2 - OF JOY (FOUR ARTICLES)~WE must now consider 432 2, 27 | the first head there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 433 2, 28 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF PEACE (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider 434 2, 28 | under which head there are four points of ~inquiry:~(1) 435 2, 28 | Out. Para. 1/1~OF MERCY (FOUR ARTICLES) [*The one Latin 436 2, 28 | under which head there are four ~points of inquiry:~(1) 437 2, 29 | Para. 1/2 - OF BENEFICENCE (FOUR ARTICLES) ~We must now consider 438 2, 29 | the first head there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 439 2, 33 | Out. Para. 1/2 - OF SLOTH (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider 440 2, 33 | the first head there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 441 2, 34 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF ENVY (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider 442 2, 34 | under this head there are four points of ~inquiry:~(1) 443 2, 34 | sorrow may come about in four ways. First, when a man ~ 444 2, 37 | Para. 1/1 - OF SCHISM (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider 445 2, 37 | about schism, there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 446 2, 38 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF WAR (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider 447 2, 38 | under which head there are four points of ~inquiry:~(1) 448 2, 42 | then, man is bound to love four things out of ~charity, 449 2, 42 | seems that there ought to be four ~precepts of charity, so 450 2, 42 | Christ. i, 23), "though four ~things are to be loved 451 2, 42 | in Mark 12 ~we find all four, viz. "with thy whole heart," 452 2, 42 | strength." Moreover, these four are indicated in Luke 10, 453 2, 42 | Para. 2/3~Accordingly these four have to be explained, since 454 2, 42 | OBJ 2: The order of those four things we have to love out 455 2, 45 | fortitude and justice are four virtues.~Aquin.: SMT SS 456 2, 46 | under which head there are ~four points of inquiry:~(1) Which 457 2, 47 | R.O. 2 Para. 2/2~There are four things whereby a man perfects 458 2, 48 | SUBJECTIVE PARTS OF PRUDENCE (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must, in due 459 2, 48 | Under this head there are four ~points of inquiry:~(1) 460 2, 49 | CONNECTED WITH PRUDENCE (FOUR ARTICLES)~In due sequence, 461 2, 49 | Under this head there ~are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether { 462 2, 50 | OF THE GIFT OF COUNSEL (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider 463 2, 50 | Under this head there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 464 2, 51 | defects are reducible to the four parts ~mentioned above. 465 2, 55 | JUSTICE (QQ[57]-62)~~OF RIGHT (FOUR ARTICLES)~After considering 466 2, 55 | SS Q[57] Out. Para. 2/3~Four points will have to be considered 467 2, 55 | the first head there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 468 2, 56 | of good works is built on four virtues," viz. temperance, 469 2, 56 | 61) that "the soul has ~four virtues whereby, in this 470 2, 56 | justice, which is one of the four cardinal virtues, has no 471 2, 57 | Para. 1/1 - OF INJUSTICE (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider 472 2, 57 | under which head there are four points ~of inquiry:~(1) 473 2, 59 | OF THE PARTS OF JUSTICE (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider 474 2, 59 | the first head there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 475 2, 59 | five oxen for one ox and four sheep for one sheep." ~Thirdly 476 2, 60 | five oxen for one ox, ~and four sheep for one sheep." Now 477 2, 61 | OF RESPECT OF PERSONS (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider 478 2, 61 | the first head there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 479 2, 63 | COMMITTED ON THE PERSON (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider 480 2, 63 | Under this head there are four points of inquiry:~(1) The 481 2, 64 | have oxen ~for one ox, and four sheep for one sheep." Therefore 482 2, 65 | OF A JUDGE, IN JUDGING (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider 483 2, 65 | the first head there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 484 2, 66 | CONCERNING UNJUST ACCUSATION (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider 485 2, 66 | Under this ~head there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 486 2, 67 | THE PART OF THE DEFENDANT (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider 487 2, 67 | Under this head there are four points of ~inquiry:~(1) 488 2, 68 | THE PERSON OF THE WITNESS (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider 489 2, 68 | Under this head there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 490 2, 69 | ON THE PART OF COUNSEL (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider 491 2, 69 | under this head there are four points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 492 2, 70 | QQ[72]-76)~OF REVILING (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider 493 2, 70 | the first head there are four points of inquiry:~(1) What 494 2, 71 | BACKBITING [*Or detraction] (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider 495 2, 71 | under which head there are four points ~of inquiry:~(1) 496 2, 71 | indirectly. Directly, in four ways: ~first, by saying 497 2, 74 | Para. 1/1 - OF CURSING (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider 498 2, 74 | Under this head there are four points of ~inquiry:~(1) 499 2, 74 | for in the case of the four vices mentioned ~above, 500 2, 75 | COMMITTED IN BUYING AND SELLING (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must now consider


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