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1 1, 1 | whereas the highest of ~them, viz. metaphysics, can dispute 2 1, 3 | opposed ~to the idea of Him, viz. composition, motion, and 3 1, 3 | first good and the best - viz. God - is not a ~participated 4 1, 3 | of whatever has a form, viz. that it has something which 5 1, 5 | certain extent in goodness, ~viz. by its relation to, or 6 1, 8 | parts. Now part ~is twofold: viz. a part of the essence, 7 1, 8 | presence are necessary; viz. by ~essence and by presence.~ 8 1, 12 | for ~intellectual vision - viz. power of sight, and union 9 1, 12 | altogether different power (viz. the glorified eyes), if 10 1, 12 | happens from two causes - viz. from the ~perspicuity of 11 1, 12 | God hath enlightened it" - viz. the society of the ~blessed 12 1, 12 | will be presented to all - viz. the essence of God; nor 13 1, 13 | hold a different doctrine - viz. that these names ~signify 14 1, 13 | names applied to ~God - viz. the perfections which they 15 1, 13 | said of some ~univocally - viz. of all barking dogs; otherwise 16 1, 14 | first effective cause - viz. God - is His own act of ~ 17 1, 14 | is common to creatures--viz. being - belongs to ~their 18 1, 14 | signified by these three - viz. the nativity of Christ. ~ 19 1, 44 | one nigh unto Thyself" - viz. angels - "the other nigh 20 1, 44 | other nigh unto ~nothing" - viz. primary matter.~Aquin.: 21 1, 45 | every essential attribute - viz. by power, goodness and 22 1, 46 | relatively, ~demonstrative - viz. in order to contradict 23 1, 46 | grade in efficient causes - viz. the grade of ~a particular 24 1, 46 | account a circuit of souls - viz. that ~souls separated from 25 1, 46 | beginning" are ~expounded - viz. "of time." And some said 26 1, 46 | Col. 1:16), "In Him" - viz. the Son - "were created 27 1, 46 | to be created together - viz. the empyrean ~heaven, corporeal 28 1, 47 | of ~the creation is one - viz. the divine goodness, as 29 1, 47 | produced by God alone - viz. all ~those things which 30 1, 48 | form is one and the same - viz. ~being in potentiality, 31 1, 45 | one nigh unto Thyself" - viz. angels - "the other nigh 32 1, 45 | other nigh unto ~nothing" - viz. primary matter.~Aquin.: 33 1, 46 | every essential attribute - viz. by power, goodness and 34 1, 47 | relatively, ~demonstrative - viz. in order to contradict 35 1, 47 | grade in efficient causes - viz. the grade of ~a particular 36 1, 47 | account a circuit of souls - viz. that souls separated from 37 1, 47 | beginning" are ~expounded - viz. "of time." And some said 38 1, 47 | Col. 1:16), "In Him" - viz. the Son - "were created 39 1, 47 | to be created together - viz. the empyrean ~heaven, corporeal 40 1, 48 | of ~the creation is one - viz. the divine goodness, as 41 1, 48 | produced by God alone - viz. all ~those things which 42 1, 49 | form is one and the same - viz. ~being in potentiality, 43 1, 83 | says (QQ. 83, qu. ~46) - viz. that "not each and every 44 1, 84 | passions of the soul - viz. the intelligible species, 45 1, 84 | intention of universality - viz. the relation ~of one and 46 1, 87 | knows what is above itself, viz. ~immaterial substances. 47 1, 91 | combine ~contradictories - viz. the definition with the 48 1, 115 | Boethius says (De Consol. iv): viz. that ~"those things which 49 2, 1 | is essential to an act, viz. to proceed from something, 50 2, 1 | consist in four things, viz. ~"in pleasure, repose, 51 2, 1 | Whose god is their belly": ~viz. because they place their 52 2, 1 | and the end "by which"; viz. the thing ~itself in which 53 2, 2 | Philosopher says (Polit. i, 3), ~viz. natural and artificial. 54 2, 2 | sake of something else, viz. as ~a support of human 55 2, 2 | something else as its end, viz. to navigation. Now just 56 2, 2 | constitutes happiness, ~viz. which makes man happy, 57 2, 3 | consideration of separate substances viz. ~angels?~(8) Whether it 58 2, 3 | the attainment of the end, viz. ~delight or enjoyment.~ 59 2, 3 | belonging to man himself, ~viz. his operations and passions. 60 2, 3 | principally in such an operation, viz. in ~the contemplation of 61 2, 3 | common with things above him, viz. with God and ~the angels, 62 2, 3 | intellect has good within it, viz. the ~contemplation of truth. 63 2, 3 | above the human intellect, viz. the intelligible light, 64 2, 4 | Nevertheless a bodily ~place, viz. the empyrean heaven, will 65 2, 4 | purpose of a good operation, viz. that he may do good to 66 2, 5 | specific nature of Happiness, viz. ~the vision of the Divine 67 2, 5 | of ~some higher creature, viz. an angel. For since we 68 2, 5 | through a ~higher creature, viz. an angel, acting on him.~ 69 2, 7 | on the part of the end, viz. the circumstance ~"why": 70 2, 7 | very ~substance of the act, viz. the circumstance "what 71 2, 8 | in reference to the end; viz. ~"volition," "enjoyment," 72 2, 9 | a mover in two respects, viz. as to ~the exercise or 73 2, 10 | either true or false - viz. by that which is contingent: 74 2, 12 | last end of human wills, viz. ~Happiness, as stated above ( 75 2, 13 | to one thing in general, viz. the good, according to 76 2, 13 | as good, not only this, viz. "to will" or "to act," 77 2, 13 | to act," but also this, viz. ~"not to will" or "not 78 2, 14 | something of the reason, viz. order, in that act of the 79 2, 14 | rather one of synthesis, viz. from the simple to ~the 80 2, 16 | interior principles of ~action, viz. the powers of the soul 81 2, 17 | act of the will precedes, viz. choice; and an ~act of 82 2, 17 | act of the will follows, viz. use. Because after counsel' 83 2, 18 | there is a twofold action, viz. the interior action of 84 2, 19 | moves the ~will in another, viz. on the part of the object, 85 2, 20 | the will, and vice versa; viz. ~according to the order 86 2, 21 | not ~exceed its limits, viz. the action does not swerve 87 2, 23 | passions are the same, viz. good and evil. Therefore 88 2, 23 | contrariety alone is to be ~found; viz. that which is based on 89 2, 23 | three couples of passions; viz. love and hatred, desire 90 2, 23 | the irascible ~faculty; viz. hope and despair, fear 91 2, 24 | AA[5],6; Q[20], A[1]) - viz. that the ~species of a 92 2, 25 | passions regard a restricted, viz. the difficult, ~good. Since, 93 2, 25 | which denotes rest in evil, viz. sadness, comes ~between 94 2, 25 | passion denoting ~rest, viz. either in joy or in sadness.~ 95 2, 25 | those whose object is good, ~viz. hope and despair, must 96 2, 25 | those whose object is evil, ~viz. daring and fear: yet so 97 2, 25 | passions. ~Two of them, viz. joy and sadness, are said 98 2, 25 | regard the same object, viz. some future good.~Aquin.: 99 2, 26 | way, to the same thing: ~viz. love, dilection, charity 100 2, 27 | are the most cognitive, viz. sight ~and hearing, as 101 2, 28 | Now love being twofold, viz. love of concupiscence ~ 102 2, 28 | may be ascribed to love: viz. melting, enjoyment, languor, 103 2, 28 | absent, ~two passions arise; viz. sadness at its absence, 104 2, 31 | assign the cause of delight, viz. ~the presence of a becoming 105 2, 31 | of a movement or change, viz. of this being ~begotten: 106 2, 31 | things needed for pleasure, viz. the good which is brought 107 2, 35 | pleasure and sorrow or pain, viz. present good and present ~ 108 2, 35 | the ~mind contemplates: viz. by sin, which the mind 109 2, 35 | four species is incorrect; viz. into "torpor, distress," ~ 110 2, 36 | of both these movements, viz. ~gravity, then gravity 111 2, 38 | is a proof of friendship, viz. when a ~man rejoices with 112 2, 38 | consideration of its cause, viz. his love, gives rise rather 113 2, 39 | pleasure is the ~greatest good, viz. the pleasure of bliss. 114 2, 40 | object of cupidity or desire, viz. the ~future good. Therefore 115 2, 40 | belong to another ~power, viz. the irascible, which regards 116 2, 40 | possible to him in two ways, ~viz. by his own power, or by 117 2, 40 | those who are in drink - viz. heat ~and high spirits, 118 2, 41 | soul arise from one source, viz. ~love, wherein they are 119 2, 45 | intent on something good, viz. victory. But it ~belongs 120 2, 46 | has a twofold ~tendency: viz. to vengeance itself, which 121 2, 46 | under the aspect of evil, viz. the noxious person, on 122 2, 46 | anger regards two objects: viz. the vengeance that it ~ 123 2, 46 | are pleasant to the touch, viz. ~for pleasures of the table 124 2, 46 | on the part of the cause, viz. the ~harm done by another, 125 2, 46 | which the ~angry man seeks, viz. vengeance; and this pertains 126 2, 47 | as stated in Rhet. ii, 2, viz. "contempt," "despiteful ~ 127 2, 53 | opinion. Some, however, viz. the ~moral virtues, are 128 2, 53 | part of the definition, viz. the genus; but we give 129 2, 54 | respect of the same thing, viz. their acts and objects. ~ 130 2, 54 | implying a twofold order: viz. to nature and to an ~operation 131 2, 54 | suitability to some determinate, viz. the human, ~nature. In 132 2, 57 | aptness ~for a good work, viz. the consideration of truth ( 133 2, 57 | the speculative intellect, viz. ~wisdom, science and understanding?~ 134 2, 57 | speculative intellect, viz. wisdom, science and understanding. 135 2, 57 | being intellectual virtues, viz. wisdom, science and ~understanding.~ 136 2, 57 | common to all the sciences; viz. to demonstrate conclusions 137 2, 57 | the practical intellect, viz. art, as ~regards things 138 2, 57 | other parts of prudence; viz. "memory of the past, understanding 139 2, 57 | 1) mentions yet others: viz. "caution, docility," and 140 2, 57 | which ~perfects the command, viz. prudence, as obtaining 141 2, 57 | secondary virtues annexed to it, viz. "{eustochia}," which perfects ~ 142 2, 57 | of a subordinate virtue, viz. "{euboulia}."~Aquin.: SMT 143 2, 58 | are only five of these, viz. science, ~wisdom, understanding, 144 2, 58 | principles of human ~actions, viz. the intellect or reason 145 2, 58 | the intellectual ~virtues, viz. wisdom, science, and art; 146 2, 58 | particular principles of action, viz. ~the ends, he needs to 147 2, 58 | about things to be done, viz. prudence, ~requires man 148 2, 59 | is obedient to reason"; viz. "when pity ~is bestowed 149 2, 59 | perverse, these movements," viz. the passions, "are perverse 150 2, 59 | the three disturbances: viz. instead ~of covetousness, " 151 2, 59 | pleasures and sorrows," viz. as about something that 152 2, 60 | to direct all moral acts, viz. prudence. Therefore ~there 153 2, 60 | directed, is one thing, viz. ~the mean defined by reason. 154 2, 60 | end of all ~moral virtues, viz. happiness, while the proper 155 2, 60 | direct all such matters, ~viz. prudence. On the other 156 2, 60 | be affected towards them: viz. in so far as good and evil 157 2, 60 | virtues to its own end, viz. the common good. And the 158 2, 60 | all concur in one source, viz. love; and they ~all terminate 159 2, 60 | terminate in the same end, viz. joy or sorrow, as we stated 160 2, 60 | about ~all these three, viz. temperance. Therefore there 161 2, 60 | directed to the one same thing, viz. the attainment of some 162 2, 60 | or in playful actions, viz. that are ~done for mere 163 2, 60 | virtues about the passions, viz. fortitude, temperance, 164 2, 61 | four cardinal ~virtues, viz. temperance, justice, prudence, 165 2, 61 | virtue we speak of now: viz. ~the power which is rational 166 2, 61 | most difficult to curb, viz. in the pleasures of ~touch. 167 2, 61 | justice; while the last, viz. firmness and steadfastness, ~ 168 2, 61 | despises what ~most men admire, viz. power and office." Therefore 169 2, 61 | mean; "the second ~kind," viz. the perfecting virtues, " 170 2, 61 | them"; "the third kind," viz. ~the perfect virtues, " 171 2, 61 | virtues of the fourth kind," viz. the exemplar virtues. ~ 172 2, 61 | parts of the ~community, viz. towards the household, 173 2, 62 | but one natural virtue, viz. the understanding of ~principles. 174 2, 62 | pertain to the appetite, viz. movement to the ~end, and 175 2, 62 | as its principal object, viz. the good hoped ~for. With 176 2, 63 | above (Q[19], AA[3],4), viz. human reason and Divine 177 2, 63 | temperance is the same, viz. to moderate desires of 178 2, 64 | position of one extreme, viz. conformity; while ~excess 179 2, 64 | position of the other extreme, viz. deformity. ~But if we consider 180 2, 64 | best' and the 'excellent,'" viz. as to its conformity with 181 2, 65 | certain initial passions, viz. love and hatred, and terminate 182 2, 65 | terminate in ~certain others, viz. pleasure and sorrow. In 183 2, 65 | to the first principle, viz. the ultimate end. ~On the 184 2, 66 | the agent. But perfect, viz. infused virtues, are from 185 2, 66 | material in the moral virtues, viz. the ~inclination to the 186 2, 66 | or in the one species, viz. in matters of food and 187 2, 66 | things directed to wisdom, ~viz. how men are to obtain wisdom. 188 2, 66 | very object of happiness, viz. the Supreme ~Intelligible. 189 2, 67 | be its act ~in that life, viz. "to be subject to God": 190 2, 67 | acts ~of bodily organs, viz. in the powers of imagination 191 2, 67 | to its material ~element, viz. the phantasms, but not 192 2, 67 | the part of the subject, viz. that the believer sees 193 2, 67 | the part of the subject, viz. that the Blessed see that 194 2, 67 | is the object of hope, ~viz. God. Therefore they do 195 2, 67 | that which we hope for, viz. the enjoyment of ~God, 196 2, 67 | common with ~beatitude, viz. knowledge: and there is 197 2, 67 | something proper to it, viz. ~darkness, for faith is 198 2, 67 | faith is taken away in part, viz. as to its obscurity, and 199 2, 67 | obscurity, and remains ~in part, viz. as to the substance of 200 2, 67 | faith is of the same genus, ~viz. knowledge, as the beatific 201 2, 67 | which remains the same, viz. God ~Himself.~Aquin.: SMT 202 2, 68 | four belong to the reason, viz. wisdom, knowledge, ~understanding 203 2, 68 | and three to the appetite, viz. fortitude, ~piety and fear; 204 2, 68 | the reason ~or intellect, viz. faith and prudence, the 205 2, 68 | movement, one within him, viz. the reason; the other extrinsic 206 2, 68 | other extrinsic to him, ~viz. God, as stated above (Q[ 207 2, 68 | then is what some ~say, viz. that the gifts perfect 208 2, 68 | the intellectual virtues, viz. wisdom, understanding, 209 2, 68 | corresponding to justice, viz. piety, and something ~corresponding 210 2, 68 | corresponding to fortitude, viz. the gift of fortitude; 211 2, 68 | mentions only one thing, viz. that "she overcomes the 212 2, 68 | difference of order, for there [viz. in ~Isaias] the enumeration 213 2, 68 | two ways: ~first, simply, viz. by comparison to their 214 2, 68 | principles; secondly, relatively, viz. by comparison to their ~ 215 2, 68 | preferable to the active, ~viz. wisdom, understanding and 216 2, 68 | temper in the seven virtues" [viz. ~the gifts], so "as against 217 2, 69 | Now some of the gifts, viz. wisdom and understanding, 218 2, 69 | where he should seek it, viz. in God, but in temporal 219 2, 69 | seek in external things, viz. riches and honors, a certain 220 2, 69 | rewards ~are one in reality, viz. eternal happiness, which 221 2, 70 | numbers ~certain virtues, viz. charity, meekness, faith, 222 2, 70 | spiritual seed in a good ground, viz. "hundredfold, sixtyfold," 223 2, 70 | regards what is near him, viz. his ~neighbor, first, as 224 2, 70 | reason: whereas the ~fleshly, viz. the sensitive, appetite 225 2, 71 | virtue implies consequently, viz. that it is a kind of ~goodness, 226 2, 71 | proximate and homogeneous, viz. the human reason; the other ~ 227 2, 71 | other ~is the first rule, viz. the eternal law, which 228 2, 72 | concur in the ~nature of sin, viz. the voluntary act, and 229 2, 72 | matter; while the other, viz. the inordinateness of the 230 2, 72 | there is a spiritual act, viz. the ~act of reason: but 231 2, 72 | an extrinsic principle, viz. the justice of the judge, 232 2, 72 | away from its last end, viz. God, to Whom it is united 233 2, 72 | regards what they "turn to," viz. the ~object which specifies 234 2, 72 | divided into these three, viz. sins of ~thought, word, 235 2, 72 | divided into ~three stages, viz. of cogitation, pleasure, 236 2, 72 | there are two things in sin, viz. the act itself ~and its 237 2, 73 | reason of things to be done, ~viz. prudence, as stated above ( 238 2, 73 | have a stronger impulse, viz. our innate concupiscence 239 2, 73 | to another kind of sin, viz. injustice, in so far as 240 2, 74 | principle of spiritual life, viz. the last end, causes spiritual 241 2, 74 | been stated above (A[1]), viz. that actions ~which do 242 2, 74 | compared to two things, ~viz. to the operation from which 243 2, 74 | is given, is ~accidental, viz. on account of the incompleteness 244 2, 74 | object it has a twofold act, viz. simple ~"intuition," and " 245 2, 75 | lacking the due motive, viz. the rule of ~reason or 246 2, 76 | these two propositions, viz. of ~the universal principle 247 2, 76 | resulting from that ~cause, viz. of the passion or habit 248 2, 76 | sins which he commits, viz. drunkenness, and the sin 249 2, 77 | by a twofold knowledge, viz. universal and ~particular, 250 2, 78 | on the part of the will, viz. ~malice: and under this 251 2, 79 | reduced to the First Act, viz. God, as to its cause, Who ~ 252 2, 79 | from the created cause, viz. the free-will, as ~falling 253 2, 79 | order of the First Agent, viz. God. Consequently ~this 254 2, 79 | which is a thing simply, viz. substance; for in this 255 2, 79 | service to the intellect, viz. sight and hearing, of which 256 2, 79 | to one thing directly, viz. to the sinner's ~damnation - 257 2, 79 | God's mercy or providence, viz. that ~the sinner may be 258 2, 80 | movements descend with it, viz. the impressions left by 259 2, 81 | to the ~nature as such, viz. whatever is caused by the 260 2, 81 | has ~been stated (A[1]), viz. that original sin, in virtue 261 2, 82 | partly ~something positive, viz. the very humors that are 262 2, 82 | directly, but indirectly, viz. by the removal of the obstacle, 263 2, 82 | original sin, is one only, viz. the ~privation of original 264 2, 82 | sin of our first parent, viz. pride, ~disobedience, gluttony, 265 2, 83 | are specially infected, viz. the ~generative power, 266 2, 83 | Therefore, although the other, viz. the sensitive powers, are 267 2, 83 | regards these ~three chiefly, viz. the generative power, the 268 2, 84 | reckon seven capital vices, ~viz. vainglory, envy, anger, 269 2, 84 | the soul; two of ~which, viz. hope and fear, are not 270 2, 84 | through being apprehended, viz. the excellence of honor 271 2, 84 | there is external good, viz. riches, to which "covetousness" 272 2, 85 | the second good of nature, viz. ~the natural inclination 273 2, 85 | the soul of the sinner, viz. ~ignorance and difficulty," 274 2, 85 | stated above (Q[61], A[2]), viz. the reason, where prudence ~ 275 2, 85 | the appetitive powers, ~viz. "malice," "weakness" and " 276 2, 86 | refulgence of ~the Divine light, viz. of wisdom and grace, whereby 277 2, 86 | remain something private, ~viz. the privation of union 278 2, 87 | inflicted by ~himself, viz. remorse of conscience; 279 2, 87 | principle of that ~order, viz. the last end. Now it is 280 2, 87 | condition of the subject, viz. a ~human being deprived 281 2, 87 | man's good ~is manifold, viz. good of the soul, good 282 2, 89 | sins are reduced to three, viz. to ~"wood," which remains 283 2, 91 | stated in the same passage, viz. the ~levitical priesthood, 284 2, 92 | explained above (Q[63], A[2]), viz. ~acquired and infused. 285 2, 92 | acts ~are good generically, viz. acts of virtue; and in 286 2, 92 | acts are evil generically, viz. acts of vice, ~and in respect 287 2, 93 | points may be ~considered: viz. the word itself, and that 288 2, 94 | principles of human acts, viz. ~powers, habits and passions. 289 2, 94 | founded on the notion of good, viz. that "good is that ~which 290 2, 95 | these he has from nature, viz. his reason ~and his hands; 291 2, 95 | higher measure is twofold, viz. ~the Divine law and the 292 2, 95 | first, three ~conditions; viz. that it "foster religion," 293 2, 96 | who are already virtuous, viz. that ~they should abstain 294 2, 98 | perfection of human law, viz. ~the prohibition and punishment 295 2, 98 | nor of him that runneth," viz. that he wills and ~runs 296 2, 98 | Law was available for man, viz. faith ~in the Mediator, 297 2, 98 | Dionysius (Coel. Hier. iv), viz. that "the ~gifts of God 298 2, 98 | promise was made to him, viz. that Christ should be born 299 2, 98 | various natures demands, viz. that ~the lowest beings 300 2, 98 | was proud of two ~things, viz. of knowledge and of power. 301 2, 99 | is the act of a virtue, viz. ~religion, which, as Tully 302 2, 99 | precept in the Old Law; ~viz. "moral" precepts, which 303 2, 99 | mentioned by Augustine, viz. under the precepts of the ~ 304 2, 99 | are many other virtues, viz. temperance, fortitude, ~ 305 2, 99 | induced by two considerations, viz. the authority of ~the lawgiver, 306 2, 100 | decalogue, ~one is ceremonial, viz. "Remember that thou keep 307 2, 100 | precepts of the decalogue: viz. first general ~principles, 308 2, 100 | can ~sufficiently repay, viz. God and man's father, as 309 2, 100 | or disposing to ~virtue, viz. an act of virtue. For the 310 2, 100 | falls under the precept, viz. in so far as pleasure ensues ~ 311 2, 100 | specially prescribes it, ~viz. "Thou shalt love the Lord 312 2, 101 | sacrifice of the New Law, viz. the Eucharist, contains ~ 313 2, 102 | offered in sacrifice ~to God, viz. oxen, sheep and goats; 314 2, 102 | offered up in one way, viz. slain. Therefore it does 315 2, 102 | Law had ~a twofold cause, viz. a literal cause, according 316 2, 102 | tabernacle with many coverings, viz. curtains, curtains of ~ 317 2, 102 | cooperation of the Gentiles, viz. the Tyrians and Sidonians.~ 318 2, 102 | denoting the four elements), ~viz. of linen, signifying earth, 319 2, 102 | adorned with four colors: viz. that of linen, to designate ~ 320 2, 102 | contained three things, ~viz. "the ark of the testament 321 2, 102 | three Divine ~attributes, viz. wisdom, in the tables; 322 2, 102 | contained ~three things, viz. the "altar of incense," 323 2, 102 | four different colors, ~viz. twisted linen, violet, 324 2, 102 | universe. Another ~solemnity, viz. the "New Moon," was repeated 325 2, 102 | impediments to divine worship, viz. ~of uncleannesses. And 326 2, 102 | which ~worship is twofold; viz. spiritual, consisting in 327 2, 102 | Three things were added, viz. "cedar-wood," ~which denotes 328 2, 102 | liquids were ~employed: viz. blood, against the corruption 329 2, 102 | lesser priests ~had four, viz. the linen tunic and breeches, 330 2, 102 | necessary to all His ministers, viz. chastity denoted by ~the 331 2, 102 | closely related to them, viz. their father or mother, 332 2, 103 | means of another sign, viz. Baptism, which, in this 333 2, 103 | third is a middle period, viz. from the Passion of ~Christ 334 2, 103 | the canonical ~Scripture (viz. Gal. 2:11), wherein we 335 2, 104 | to the judicial precepts: viz. first, that they refer ~ 336 2, 104 | which they were instituted, viz. to establish justice ~and 337 2, 105 | certain small transgressions, viz. because "he ~gave himself 338 2, 105 | two other ~punishments, viz. "exile" and "slavery."~ 339 2, 105 | the number of ~witnesses, viz. two or three: and it appointed 340 2, 105 | the more ~grievous crimes, viz. for those which are committed 341 2, 105 | relations with the Jews (viz., the Egyptians among ~whom 342 2, 105 | threefold combination: viz. those of master and servant, 343 2, 106 | There is the chief element, viz. the grace of the Holy ~ 344 2, 106 | the Person of the Father, ~viz. the state of the Old Law, 345 2, 106 | the Person of ~the Son: viz. the state of the New Law, 346 2, 107 | Contra Faust. ~iv, 2), viz. that "the Old Testament 347 2, 107 | do it in the ~same way, viz. with pleasure and promptitude, 348 2, 108 | whereby we obtain grace: viz. Baptism, Eucharist, Orders 349 2, 108 | any prospective action, viz. ~volition of what has to 350 2, 108 | teaching of the Gospel; viz. by ~imploring the help 351 2, 108 | consist ~in three things: viz. in external wealth pertaining 352 2, 109 | understanding has a form, viz. intelligible light, which 353 2, 109 | certain intelligible things, viz. those we can ~come to know 354 2, 109 | perfected by a stronger light, viz. ~the light of faith or 355 2, 109 | strength for one reason, viz. in order to do and ~wish 356 2, 109 | state of corrupt ~nature, viz. in order to be healed, 357 2, 109 | higher force is ~needed, viz. the force of grace. And 358 2, 109 | beyond what was said first, viz. that man, of himself and 359 2, 109 | 86], A[1]; Q[87], A[1]), viz. ~stain, corruption of natural 360 2, 110 | fourth" species of quality; viz. "form" which is the "abiding 361 2, 110 | or ~power of the soul - viz. neither the will, nor the 362 2, 110 | essence from other souls, viz. of dumb animals, and of 363 2, 111 | attributes both to grace, viz. to sanctify ~and to be 364 2, 111 | grace is ordained to ~this, viz. that a man may help another 365 2, 111 | in the multitude ~itself, viz. the order of the army; 366 2, 111 | separate from the ~multitude, viz. the good of the leader - 367 2, 113 | so also ~by other things, viz. by fear, of which it is 368 2, 113 | know God in other ~ways, viz. by natural knowledge, and 369 2, 113 | justification of the ungodly, viz. the infusion of grace, 370 2, 113 | towards several things, viz. towards God and towards 371 2, 114 | purely natural endowments, viz. because man's ~merit depends 372 2, 114 | reason is added to this, viz. the impediment of sin. 373 2, 114 | reaching everlasting life, viz. God's mercy. But our merit 374 2, 114 | obstacle to his meriting grace, viz. sin. But when anyone has 375 2, 114 | double term of ~movement, viz. the last, and the intermediate, 376 2, 114 | once, but in its own time, viz. when a man ~is sufficiently 377 2, 1 | as stated above (A[1]), viz. ~the First Truth, so that 378 2, 1 | of all matters of faith, viz. the First Truth: and from ~ 379 2, 1 | appropriated to the Father, viz. the creation, and likewise, 380 2, 1 | appropriated to the Holy Ghost, viz. that "He spoke by the prophets." ~ 381 2, 1 | be seen in eternal life: viz. the secret of the Godhead, 382 2, 1 | glorification into two, viz. the resurrection of the 383 2, 3 | consider the outward act, viz. the confession of faith: ~ 384 2, 3 | the confession of faith, viz. fear ~or shame, is not 385 2, 4 | which is ~the end of faith, viz. the Divine Good, is the 386 2, 4 | is its substantial form, viz. the soul: consequently 387 2, 4 | relation to something eternal, ~viz. the First Truth, as stated 388 2, 4 | about contingent matter, viz. prudence and art; ~to which 389 2, 4 | three intellectual virtues, viz. wisdom, science [*In English 390 2, 5 | articles, so does one ~science, viz. geometry, contain many 391 2, 5 | by ~reason of one mean, viz. on account of the First 392 2, 6 | 3~As regards the second, viz. man's assent to the things 393 2, 6 | deprived of ~an intrinsic form, viz. the due commensuration 394 2, 7 | equalled. Of the first ~fear, viz. servile fear, lifeless 395 2, 7 | the cause of the second, viz. filial fear, because it 396 2, 7 | that which is above ~it, viz. God. The first beginning 397 2, 7 | which is ~contrary to it, viz. that of error, and which 398 2, 8 | but ~with inferior things, viz. singulars, about which 399 2, 8 | and ~three of the others, viz. piety, fortitude, and fear, 400 2, 8 | and the remaining ~three, viz. wisdom, knowledge, and 401 2, 8 | about ~particular causes, viz. about creatures. Rashness 402 2, 8 | both kinds of ~knowledge, viz. speculative and practical, 403 2, 8 | others, one by way of merit, viz. cleanness of heart; the 404 2, 8 | other by ~way of reward, viz. the sight of God, as stated 405 2, 9 | both kinds of ~knowledge, viz. speculative and practical. 406 2, 10 | singularly great sin. For ~this," viz. infidelity, "is the sin 407 2, 10 | which proceed from ~grace, viz. meritorious works; yet 408 2, 10 | received the ~Christian faith, viz. with pagans and Jews, because 409 2, 11 | remote end reveals its cause, viz. that it arises ~from pride 410 2, 11 | confirm what they have said," viz. by false interpretations 411 2, 11 | charity considers secondarily, viz. ~temporal good, such as 412 2, 13 | For the earlier doctors, viz. Athanasius (Super Matth. 413 2, 13 | against ~the Holy Ghost, viz. despair, presumption, impenitence, 414 2, 13 | as an ~unjust man does," viz. from choice. Therefore 415 2, 14 | hand, the contrary virtues, viz. abstinence and chastity, 416 2, 16 | proximate and homogeneous, viz. the reason, while the ~ 417 2, 16 | is remote and excelling, viz. God: wherefore every human 418 2, 16 | by hoping, the ~due rule, viz. God. Consequently man cannot 419 2, 16 | attains his proper rule, viz. God, on Whose help he leans.~ 420 2, 16 | regards ~two things, viz. the good which it intends 421 2, 16 | movement of living hope, viz. ~that whereby man hopes 422 2, 18 | there are six kinds of fear, viz. "laziness, shamefacedness," ~ 423 2, 18 | evil. But there is ~a fear, viz. natural fear, which is 424 2, 18 | latter evil ~is twofold, viz. evil of punishment, and 425 2, 18 | there are certain things, viz. sinful deeds, which no 426 2, 18 | that ~bestows two fears, viz. servile and chaste fear." 427 2, 18 | of something extrinsic, viz. the presence or absence 428 2, 18 | the identity of object, viz. God, does not prove a ~ 429 2, 18 | himself or in external goods, viz. honors and riches. In either 430 2, 19 | to grow from a good root, viz. fear of God, or from horror ~ 431 2, 19 | into a condemned heresy, viz. that of ~the Novatians, 432 2, 19 | estimate according to faith, viz. that fornication is a mortal ~ 433 2, 19 | true ~estimate of faith, viz. that there is in the Church 434 2, 21 | three theological virtues, viz. hope, faith and ~charity. 435 2, 22 | stated above (Q[17], A[1]), viz. human reason and ~God.~ 436 2, 22 | together with special virtues, viz. ~hope and faith, according 437 2, 22 | last end of ~human life, viz. everlasting happiness, 438 2, 23 | resulting from those two lines, viz. the one from which we subtracted 439 2, 23 | the increase of charity, viz. God, is possessed of ~infinite 440 2, 23 | heart to God habitually, viz. by neither thinking nor ~ 441 2, 24 | happiness into the body, viz., "the flush ~of health 442 2, 24 | be loved out of charity, ~viz. God, our neighbor, our 443 2, 25 | we wish an ~equal good, viz. everlasting life. Therefore 444 2, 25 | which charity wishes to all, viz. everlasting ~happiness, 445 2, 26 | sake ~of something else, viz. to make known the good 446 2, 26 | are four kinds of cause, viz., final, formal, efficient, 447 2, 26 | Apostle did not desire this, ~viz. to be severed from Christ 448 2, 27 | object, a special character, viz. "difficult," and ~"possible 449 2, 28 | opposed to concord and peace, viz. ~dissension; hence it is 450 2, 28 | this movement of the mind" (viz. ~mercy) "obeys the reason, 451 2, 30 | relieved by solid food, viz. hunger, in respect of which 452 2, 30 | relieved by liquid food, ~viz. thirst, and in respect 453 2, 30 | you ~acknowledge them," viz. your temporal goods, "as 454 2, 31 | out our brother's ~evil, viz. sin, the removal of which 455 2, 33 | be due to the same cause, viz. ~idleness. Hence sloth 456 2, 33 | there is a special virtue, viz. charity. Hence it is proper 457 2, 33 | six daughters to sloth, viz. ~"malice, spite, faint-heartedness, 458 2, 33 | sloth seven things arise, viz. "idleness, ~drowsiness, 459 2, 34 | should make us rejoice, viz. over our ~neighbor's good.~ 460 2, 34 | the most ~grievous sins, viz. envy of another's spiritual 461 2, 35 | which consist in deeds, viz. schism, ~quarrelling, war, 462 2, 36 | to have ~contended about, viz. the primacy of honor; for 463 2, 40 | unity of the multitude, viz. ~ecclesiastical unity, 464 2, 40 | unity of the multitude, viz. the people of a city or 465 2, 41 | opposed to a special virtue, viz. charity. For it is written ~( 466 2, 42 | two of these mentioned, viz. "with ~thy whole heart" 467 2, 42 | Mark 12 ~we find all four, viz. "with thy whole heart," 468 2, 44 | folly is a consequence, viz. to withdraw his sense from ~ 469 2, 44 | a spiritual ~impediment, viz. by the mind being plunged 470 2, 45 | an intellectual ~virtue, viz., prudence, which has the 471 2, 45 | knowledge through them, viz. conclusions, about which 472 2, 45 | chief act of prudence, ~viz. command, than to sin involuntarily.~ 473 2, 46 | the addition of a seventh, viz. "memory" mentioned by ~ 474 2, 46 | is ~about the chief act, viz. that of commanding.~Aquin.: 475 2, 47 | contingent ~practical matter, viz. the minor premiss, which 476 2, 47 | circumspection in prudence, viz. of comparing the means 477 2, 48 | directed to a particular end, viz. wealth, according to Ethic. 478 2, 49 | virtue of good counsel, viz. {euboulia} (deliberating ~ 479 2, 49 | virtue of good command, viz. prudence. Therefore there ~ 480 2, 49 | virtue of good judgment, viz. {synesis} (judging well ~ 481 2, 51 | of the practical reason, viz. ~"counsel," "judgment" 482 2, 52 | aggravates the former," viz. ~negligence. But wherever 483 2, 53 | them among the virtues, viz. equality and the curbing 484 2, 53 | independently of his solicitude, viz. his body ~and soul (Mt. 485 2, 56 | written: ~"The lust thereof," viz. of sin, "shall be under 486 2, 56 | built on four virtues," viz. temperance, prudence, ~ 487 2, 56 | rational by ~participation," viz. the irascible and the concupiscible, 488 2, 56 | the sensitive appetite, ~viz. in the concupiscible and 489 2, 56 | but a species of justice, viz. "domestic" ~justice, as 490 2, 56 | life, it lives spiritually, viz. ~temperance, prudence, 491 2, 56 | excellent part of the soul, viz. the rational appetite or 492 2, 59 | two species of justice, viz. distributive and ~commutative?~( 493 2, 59 | justice are suitably assigned, viz. commutative ~and distributive?~ 494 2, 59 | are unsuitably ~assigned, viz. distributive and commutative. 495 2, 59 | comprised under the same virtue, viz. justice.~Aquin.: SMT SS 496 2, 60 | deference, to undo its effect, ~viz. the lowering of the other 497 2, 60 | restitution is an act of virtue, viz. of justice. Now ~time is 498 2, 64 | directed ~to the same end, viz. the possession of another' 499 2, 67 | subject to a ~higher power, viz. the judge. Therefore he 500 2, 70 | is the act of a virtue, ~viz. of wittiness {eutrapelia} [*


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