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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 8 | related and applied to an external thing; thus by power an 2 1, 12 | is necessary as regards external sight, inasmuch as it makes 3 1, 13 | our mode of thinking ~to external effects are applied to God 4 1, 14 | operations which pass to an external ~effect, the object of the 5 1, 17 | in us to judge things by external appearances, since our knowledge 6 1, 17 | and naturally deals with external ~accidents, therefore those 7 1, 17 | accidents, therefore those external accidents, which resemble 8 1, 18 | the proper objects are ~external accidents. Hence from external 9 1, 18 | external accidents. Hence from external appearances we come to the ~ 10 1, 18 | said (Q[13], A[1]), so from external properties names are often ~ 11 1, 18 | is given from a certain ~external appearance, namely, self-movement, 12 1, 18 | of one kind pass out to external matter, as to heat or to 13 1, 19 | determined to act by ~some external power. The divine will, 14 1, 23 | Actions passing out to external matter imply of themselves ~ 15 1, 23 | execution, which passes out to external things, has ~an effect in 16 1, 27 | corresponding to the act tending to external matter, so there must be 17 1, 27 | of an action tending to external matter, or to ~an exterior 18 1, 27 | does not tend to anything external, but ~remains in the agent 19 1, 27 | nature, and would be an external procession. Therefore what ~ 20 1, 27 | removed from the sphere of external actions; for ~the act of 21 1, 27 | another. ~Hence it is that external action points to power. 22 1, 28 | there are ~internal, and not external, processions in God. These 23 1, 41 | makes ~something out of external matter, as a carpenter makes 24 1, 42 | an idea [ideatio], ~as an external coffer arises from the one 25 1, 43 | manifest by some visible external sign; but, as is said (1 ~ 26 1, 56 | prevent it from apprehending external things; as ~likewise, if 27 1, 66 | account it darkens the region external to it, the light by which 28 1, 73 | the desire tending to an external ~object.~Aquin.: SMT FP 29 1, 75 | non-subsistent, since it ~requires external objects of the senses in 30 1, 41 | makes ~something out of external matter, as a carpenter makes 31 1, 42 | an idea [ideatio], ~as an external coffer arises from the one 32 1, 43 | manifest by some visible external sign; but, as is said (1 ~ 33 1, 57 | prevent it from apprehending external things; as ~likewise, if 34 1, 67 | account it darkens the region external to it, the light by which 35 1, 72 | the desire tending to an external ~object.~Aquin.: SMT FP 36 1, 74 | non-subsistent, since it ~requires external objects of the senses in 37 1, 78 | speech," from which proceeds "external ~speech." For every difference 38 1, 83 | differently in the thing which is external to the soul, and in the 39 1, 83 | know things even that are external to us. Now by matter the 40 1, 84 | another which ~passes into an external object; for instance, to 41 1, 84 | act tending to something external is the likeness of the object 42 1, 84 | follows that the soul knows ~external things by means of its intelligible 43 1, 84 | the purpose of judging of external things.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 44 1, 85 | spiritual world, ~and freer from external distractions. The same may 45 1, 86 | Although faith is not known by external movement of the ~body, it 46 1, 86 | material organ caused by the external sensible. A material object, ~ 47 1, 88 | we cannot believe that external things are ~unknown to them." 48 1, 91 | indisposition, or even from some external influence; such as ~that 49 1, 92 | For the species of the external body is extrinsic to the 50 1, 92 | from the species of the ~external body, but from this, and 51 1, 93 | soul has a natural order to external ~things, as we have said 52 1, 102 | thing, does not require any external principle of government. ~ 53 1, 104 | since it does not pass into external matter; as stated in ~Metaph. 54 1, 106 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: External speech, made by the voice, 55 1, 110 | being then changed ~by the external objects themselves. Indeed, 56 1, 111 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, external occupation hinders the contemplation 57 1, 111 | some angels are sent on external ministrations, ~they would 58 1, 111 | Hence it follows that ~his external occupations in no respect 59 1, 111 | 1~Reply OBJ 4: In their external actions the angels chiefly 60 1, 111 | angels are not sent to the external ~ministries, this can only 61 1, 111 | those who are sent ~on the external ministry of our salvation 62 1, 111 | stated (A[1]), to be sent to external ministry ~properly belongs 63 1, 111 | those orders are sent to external ministry whose names signify 64 1, 111 | five ~orders to be sent to external ministry; not to the four 65 1, 112 | whole community, such as external ~works, which are sources 66 1, 112 | five orders are sent in external ministry ~(Q[112], A[4]). 67 2, 1 | are not directed to any external ~end; but merely to the 68 2, 2 | in none of the foregoing external goods. First, because, since 69 2, 2 | above are due rather to external causes, and in most cases 70 2, 2 | soul, as its end, so ~are external goods ordained to the body 71 2, 2 | the body is preferred to external goods, which ~are signified 72 2, 2 | Now this is threefold: external ~goods, goods of the body, 73 2, 2 | happiness does not ~consist in external goods, nor in goods of the 74 2, 4 | necessary?~(7) Whether any external goods are necessary?~(8) 75 2, 4 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether any external goods are necessary for 76 2, 4 | OBJ 1: It would seem that external goods also are necessary 77 2, 4 | belongs to ~Happiness. But external goods are promised the saints; 78 2, 4 | the kingdom." Therefore external goods are necessary ~for 79 2, 4 | some of ~man's goods are external, although they be of least 80 2, 4 | place. Therefore at least ~external place is necessary for Happiness.~ 81 2, 4 | Therefore nothing further external is necessary for Happiness.~ 82 2, 4 | can be had in this life, ~external goods are necessary, not 83 2, 4 | this is that all ~suchlike external goods are requisite either 84 2, 4 | spiritual. Consequently these external goods are nowise necessary 85 2, 13 | between the intellect and the external ~action: for the intellect 86 2, 13 | and the will ~causes the external action. Hence the principle 87 2, 16 | the eye, to see; but also external things, ~as a stick, to 88 2, 16 | evident that we do not apply external ~things to an operation 89 2, 17 | Whether the acts of the external members are commanded?~Aquin.: 90 2, 17 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Since the external sensible is necessary for 91 2, 17 | Whether the acts of the external members are commanded?~Aquin.: 92 2, 18 | of the good and evil of ~external acts.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[18] 93 2, 18 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Although external things are good in themselves, ~ 94 2, 18 | action of the will, and the ~external action: and each of these 95 2, 18 | while the object of ~the external action, is that on which 96 2, 18 | Therefore just as the external action takes its species 97 2, 18 | which is on the part of the external action: because the will 98 2, 18 | as instruments; nor have external actions any measure of ~ 99 2, 18 | regard to the object of the external action. Hence the ~Philosopher 100 2, 18 | it is accidental to the external action to be ~ordained to 101 2, 18 | which act is compared to the external act, as form to matter.~ 102 2, 18 | species on the part of the ~external actions; but unity of species 103 2, 18 | that, The object of the external act can stand in a twofold ~ 104 2, 19 | goodness not only to the external action, but also to the 105 2, 19 | intention. With regard to the external act this ~may happen in 106 2, 19 | our power, ~whereas the external actions are not. But the 107 2, 19 | will, which makes even the external act to be meritorious in 108 2, 20 | OF GOODNESS AND MALICE IN EXTERNAL HUMAN AFFAIRS (SIX ARTICLES)~ 109 2, 20 | goodness and malice as to external actions: under ~which head 110 2, 20 | of the will, or in ~the external action?~(2) Whether the 111 2, 20 | goodness or malice of the external action depends ~on the goodness 112 2, 20 | the same as ~those of the external action?~(4) Whether the 113 2, 20 | action?~(4) Whether the external action adds any goodness 114 2, 20 | Whether the consequences of an external action increase its goodness ~ 115 2, 20 | Whether one and the same external action can be both good 116 2, 20 | of the will, or in the ~external action?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 117 2, 20 | good and evil are in the external action prior ~to being in 118 2, 20 | Q[19], AA[1],2). But the external action is the ~object of 119 2, 20 | good and evil are ~in the external action, prior to being in 120 2, 20 | formal relation to the ~external action, as stated above ( 121 2, 20 | good ~and evil are in the external action, prior to being in 122 2, 20 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, External actions may be said to be 123 2, 20 | good or evil, which the external action ~derives from its 124 2, 20 | whence it passes to the external action. On the other ~hand, 125 2, 20 | goodness or malice which the external action has of itself, on ~ 126 2, 20 | consider the goodness of the external action, in so ~far as it 127 2, 20 | goodness and malice of the external action depends on ~the goodness 128 2, 20 | goodness and malice of the external ~action depend on the goodness 129 2, 20 | will to be good, and the external action evil, or ~vice versa.~ 130 2, 20 | there will be ~none in the external action. And so the whole 131 2, 20 | goodness or malice of the ~external action depends on the will.~ 132 2, 20 | goodness or malice in the external action: one in respect of 133 2, 20 | end, if follows that the external action ~is good. But if 134 2, 20 | not enough to make the external action good: and if the 135 2, 20 | willed, it follows that the external action is evil.~Aquin.: 136 2, 20 | of the ~will, but also to external actions, inasmuch as they 137 2, 20 | to both the interior and external act.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[20] 138 2, 20 | goodness and malice of the external action are the same as ~ 139 2, 20 | the same as those of the external action. For the ~principle 140 2, 20 | whereas the principle of the external action is the ~power that 141 2, 20 | the same as that of the external action.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 142 2, 20 | from the ~goodness of the external action, which belongs to 143 2, 20 | of ~the goodness of the external action, or vice versa, as 144 2, 20 | form, as it were, of the external action. Now that which ~ 145 2, 20 | goodness of the internal and external act.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[20] 146 2, 20 | act of the ~will, and the external action, considered morally, 147 2, 20 | the same as that of the external action, and sometimes not. 148 2, 20 | malices, of the ~internal and external acts, are ordained to one 149 2, 20 | therefore say that when the external action derives goodness 150 2, 20 | regards the end, and ~of the external action, which regards the 151 2, 20 | of the will. But when the external action has goodness or malice 152 2, 20 | then the goodness ~of the external action is distinct from 153 2, 20 | the end passes into the ~external action, and the goodness 154 2, 20 | proves that the internal and external actions ~are different in 155 2, 20 | that the goodness of the external ~action is derived from 156 2, 20 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the external action adds any goodness 157 2, 20 | It would seem that the external action does not add any 158 2, 20 | judgment of man. Therefore the external action adds no goodness 159 2, 20 | malice of the interior and external ~acts are one and the same, 160 2, 20 | to another. Therefore the external action does not ~add to 161 2, 20 | the entire goodness of the external action is derived from the ~ 162 2, 20 | evil. If ~therefore by the external action no further goodness 163 2, 20 | of the goodness which the external action ~derives from the 164 2, 20 | tending to the end, then the external action adds ~nothing to 165 2, 20 | intensity: for these are certain external actions, which, in so far 166 2, 20 | of the goodness which the external action ~derives from its 167 2, 20 | perfection ~derived from the external action, is simply involuntary. 168 2, 20 | that goodness which the external ~action derives from the 169 2, 20 | the goodness ~which the external action takes from its matter 170 2, 20 | the consequences of the external action increase its goodness 171 2, 20 | the consequences of the external action ~increase its goodness 172 2, 20 | Whether one and the same external action can be both good 173 2, 20 | seem that one and the same external action can be both ~good 174 2, 22 | since it is through ~the external action that we come into 175 2, 24 | will good and do ~it in his external act; so also does it belong 176 2, 24 | the same species as the ~external act.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[24] 177 2, 28 | not satisfied with any external or superficial possession 178 2, 31 | and this belongs to the external ~operation. And so, although 179 2, 34 | but with the ~making of external things, as we shall state 180 2, 35 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: External sense perceives only what 181 2, 35 | follows apprehension of the external sense, can only regard ~ 182 2, 35 | speech is because of all the external movements the voice is the 183 2, 36 | greater power is something external. ~Therefore it should not 184 2, 36 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: External agents can be the causes 185 2, 37 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: External pain arises from hurt done 186 2, 37 | that. Sometimes even the external movement of the body is 187 2, 37 | all movement, internal or ~external; but certain movements are 188 2, 41 | faculty are principles of ~external action, they are called 189 2, 41 | either in his action or in ~external things. In his action he 190 2, 41 | the evil that consists in external things may surpass ~man' 191 2, 41 | shrinks from the toil of external work, so amazement and stupor 192 2, 41 | intellect, as laziness does to external work.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[41] 193 2, 42 | save what is ~due to an external cause. Now human will is 194 2, 44 | this trembling in all the external members. But such is not 195 2, 46 | movements, ~both internal and external, like unto rational movements, 196 2, 53 | sensitive appetite and of other external agencies. Wherefore virtue 197 2, 57 | things made by art are all external to ~man: hence they do not 198 2, 57 | making of a thing passes into external matter, it ~is a perfection 199 2, 57 | action, or the products of ~external work. Hence it is only about 200 2, 59 | bodily ~limbs to their due external acts, so does it direct 201 2, 60 | passions are principles of external action. If ~therefore some 202 2, 60 | well or ill towards ~every external operation. Now movements 203 2, 60 | the due measure ~of the external act is destroyed: while 204 2, 60 | Because the rectitude of all external operations seems to ~belong 205 2, 60 | reason for this is that in external operations, the order of 206 2, 60 | belongs to the soul, ~body, or external things, has various relations 207 2, 64 | operations, which deal with external things, wherein the right 208 2, 68 | to such matters, but ~to external things that can be made, 209 2, 69 | First, in the affluence of external goods, ~whether riches or 210 2, 69 | of ~these is abundance of external goods, which he sets aside 211 2, 69 | happiness. For men ~seek in external things, viz. riches and 212 2, 70 | stumbling-block," because, to wit, external things do not disturb ~them 213 2, 70 | that we be not disturbed by external things, and that our desires 214 2, 70 | is below him, as regards ~external action, by "modesty," whereby 215 2, 71 | the will alone. But ~since external acts also pertain to the 216 2, 71 | include something referring to external action.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 217 2, 72 | Objects, in relation to external acts, have the character ~ 218 2, 72 | is not taken from things external. But God ~and our neighbor 219 2, 72 | God ~and our neighbor are external to us. Therefore sins are 220 2, 72 | God and our neighbor are external to the sinner ~himself, 221 2, 72 | sinner ~himself, they are not external to the act of sin, but are 222 2, 73 | objects. Thus it is clear that external ~things are directed to 223 2, 73 | than a sin which is about external things, e.g. ~theft; and 224 2, 73 | goodness and malice of external actions, the result of an 225 2, 74 | Now some ~acts pass into external matter, e.g. "to cut" and " 226 2, 74 | acts which do not pass into external matter, but remain in the ~ 227 2, 74 | whose ~actions pass into external matter, and which do not 228 2, 74 | sin, because then even the external members of the ~body, which 229 2, 74 | Moreover, the acts of the external members are actions that 230 2, 74 | actions that pass into ~external matter, as may be seen in 231 2, 74 | reason directs not only external ~acts, but also internal 232 2, 74 | when it fails in directing external actions. Now it fails, in 233 2, 74 | which do not pass into external matter are subjected in 234 2, 74 | as man can regulate his external actions according ~to the 235 2, 74 | direct or ~restrain the external action: nevertheless, before 236 2, 74 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, the external act of fornication or adultery 237 2, 74 | lower powers and of the external members may be ~mortal sins, 238 2, 74 | delectation which has an external act for its object, ~cannot 239 2, 74 | without complacency in the external act as such, even though ~ 240 2, 75 | cause?~(3) Whether it has an external cause?~(4) Whether one sin 241 2, 75 | 1/1~Whether sin has an external cause?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 242 2, 75 | would seem that sin has no external cause. For sin is a ~voluntary 243 2, 75 | us, so that they have no external cause. Therefore sin has 244 2, 75 | cause. Therefore sin has no external ~cause. ~Aquin.: SMT FS 245 2, 75 | cause. Therefore it has no external cause.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 246 2, 75 | numerous and weighty the external inducements to sin are, ~ 247 2, 75 | sin. Therefore ~nothing external is a cause of sin.~Aquin.: 248 2, 75 | Phogor?" Therefore something ~external can be a cause of sin.~Aquin.: 249 2, 75 | Accordingly something ~external might be a cause of sin 250 2, 75 | it follows that nothing ~external can be a cause of sin, except 251 2, 75 | sensitive appetite, as certain ~external sensibles move it. Yet neither 252 2, 75 | move it. Yet neither does external enticement move the ~reason, 253 2, 75 | will. Therefore something ~external can be a cause moving to 254 2, 75 | From the very fact that the external motive causes of sin ~do 255 2, 75 | not prevent ~its having an external cause; for nothing external 256 2, 75 | external cause; for nothing external is a cause of sin, ~except 257 2, 75 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: If the external causes inclining to sin 258 2, 76 | internal causes of sin; (2) its external causes; and (3) sins which 259 2, 76 | act, either internal or external. Therefore ~ignorance is 260 2, 77 | hindrance supervening, e.g. some external occupation, or ~some bodily 261 2, 79 | Out. Para. 1/2 - OF THE EXTERNAL CAUSES OF SIN (FOUR ARTICLES)~ 262 2, 79 | We must now consider the external causes of sin, and (1) on 263 2, 80 | movements arise from the external ~senses according to the 264 2, 80 | which are perceived by the ~external senses.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 265 2, 80 | cooperate with them, even as ~external heat cooperates with the 266 2, 80 | above (A[2]); and also ~the external senses, for Augustine says ( 267 2, 81 | man's will, but by some external power.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 268 2, 84 | lust." Thirdly, ~there is external good, viz. riches, to which " 269 2, 87 | soul, good of the body, and external goods, ~it happens sometimes 270 2, 90 | Reply OBJ 2: Just as, in external action, we may consider 271 2, 97 | in so far as by repeated external actions, the ~inward movement 272 2, 98 | law effects by directing ~external actions, as regards those 273 2, 98 | by any sin, not only of external, but also of internal action. ~ 274 2, 98 | which was subservient to the external delivery; ~and the Lord, 275 2, 99 | love, but also by certain ~external works, whereby man makes 276 2, 100 | than theft, which regards ~external goods.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 277 2, 101 | is twofold: internal, and external. For since man is composed 278 2, 101 | rightly united to God, his ~external actions are applied in various 279 2, 101 | in Itself. Wherefore the external worship will not consist ~ 280 2, 101 | declares (Heb. 9:8). Hence the external ~worship of the Old Law 281 2, 101 | worship; to which, ~however, external worship should be ordained, 282 2, 102 | chief purpose of the whole external worship is that ~man may 283 2, 102 | for the removal of certain external uncleannesses; and also ~ 284 2, 102 | 2/7~The impediments to external worship consisted in certain 285 2, 102 | force which quickened His external deeds; the ~"dung" betokened 286 2, 102 | earthly profit though an external brightness of ~virtue. The 287 2, 103 | fixed things pertaining to ~external worship. But the fixing 288 2, 103 | above (Q[101], AA[1],2). Now external ~worship should be in proportion 289 2, 105 | man has at his service external goods, by means of which 290 2, 106 | letter denotes any ~writing external to man, even that of the 291 2, 108 | prescribing and ~forbidding external acts?~(3) Whether in the 292 2, 108 | prescribe or prohibit any external acts?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[108] 293 2, 108 | prescribe or prohibit ~any external acts. For the New Law is 294 2, 108 | prescribe or forbid any external acts.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[108] 295 2, 108 | bound to do or avoid certain external ~acts. Therefore the New 296 2, 108 | prescribe or forbid any external ~acts.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 297 2, 108 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, all external acts are understood as referable 298 2, 108 | Law had to forbid ~certain external acts and prescribe others.~ 299 2, 108 | us by ~means of certain external sensible objects; and that 300 2, 108 | subjected to the Spirit, certain external ~works should ensue.~Aquin.: 301 2, 108 | Body Para. 2/3 ~Accordingly external acts may have a twofold 302 2, 108 | second place there are those external acts which ensue from the ~ 303 2, 108 | worketh through love. Such external ~works are prescribed or 304 2, 108 | and spiritual joy, all external acts that are ~incompatible 305 2, 108 | sufficient ordinations about external acts?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[108] 306 2, 108 | insufficient ordinations ~about external acts. Because faith that 307 2, 108 | insufficient ordinations about external ~matters.~Aquin.: SMT FS 308 2, 108 | insufficient ordinations ~about external works.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 309 2, 108 | nothing to add as regards external action. The determination 310 2, 108 | the New Law had no other external works to determine, by ~ 311 2, 108 | refrain not merely from those ~external works that are evil in themselves, 312 2, 108 | adultery and murder covered the external act only, and ~not the internal 313 2, 108 | in three things: viz. in external wealth pertaining to the " 314 2, 109 | himself and without the external aid of grace, can ~prepare 315 2, 109 | himself and without the external help ~of grace, can prepare 316 2, 109 | himself, ~and without the external help of grace, can prepare 317 2, 109 | illness to health, without the external help of medicine, since ~ 318 2, 109 | justice without the help of external grace.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 319 2, 113 | same time by a miraculous external prostration. Hence ~the 320 2, 2 | the internal act; (2) the ~external act.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[2] 321 2, 3 | does it make one do other external good works, for it is ~written ( 322 2, 3 | by charity." But other ~external works are not reckoned acts 323 2, 6 | a twofold cause, one of external inducement, such ~as seeing 324 2, 6 | nourishes faith, by way of external ~persuasion afforded by 325 2, 8 | knowledge is concerned with ~external sensible qualities, whereas 326 2, 9 | in which we make use of external ~things." But the knowledge 327 2, 12 | believe, ~but also that external words and deeds should bear 328 2, 12 | In this way too, certain ~external words or deeds pertain to 329 2, 18 | whereby one fears to lose external goods, is distinct from " 330 2, 18 | well-being of his body, since external goods belong to the body. ~ 331 2, 18 | either ~in himself or in external goods, viz. honors and riches. 332 2, 18 | of ~filial fear, than is external pleasure. Yet this is, in 333 2, 18 | implies withdrawal from external things ~which hinder submission 334 2, 21 | each is a ~preamble to the external acts prescribed by the Law 335 2, 24 | because the wicked so desire external goods ~as to despise spiritual 336 2, 26 | human will, as also of external action, is the reason. Therefore 337 2, 26 | between the interior act ~and external acts of charity. For the 338 2, 28 | OBJ 1: We worship God by external sacrifices and gifts, not 339 2, 28 | consists in mercy, ~as regards external works: but the inward love 340 2, 29 | contrary, The internal and the external act do not require ~different 341 2, 29 | goodwill differ only as external ~and internal act, since 342 2, 30 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, External acts belong to that virtue 343 2, 30 | need is either internal or external. Internal need is twofold: ~ 344 2, 30 | common need with regard to external help is twofold; one in ~ 345 2, 30 | or it results from an external cause, and then we have " 346 2, 31 | than the ~removal of an external loss, or of a bodily injury, 347 2, 31 | good of the body ~or of external things. Therefore fraternal 348 2, 31 | or the relieving ~of an external bodily need. There is another 349 2, 32 | a more grievous sin than external actions that ~hurt our neighbor, 350 2, 35 | for strife consists in ~external deeds, wherefore it is becoming 351 2, 38 | the common weal against external enemies. Hence it is said ~ 352 2, 40 | speaking, ~carried on against external foes, being as it were between 353 2, 41 | hindered in the performance of external ~actions. But they are not 354 2, 41 | venial sins even in their external words or deeds, these are ~ 355 2, 42 | and to obey God in our external ~actions, and this is to 356 2, 43 | if ~he fixes his end in external earthly things, his "wisdom" 357 2, 45 | does not ~reside in the external senses whereby we know sensible 358 2, 45 | with things produced in external matter, such as a house, 359 2, 48 | the right use of certain external things, such as arms ~and 360 2, 52 | 2: Omission regards the external act, for it consists in ~ 361 2, 53 | because we covet the ~external things of the world on account 362 2, 53 | unlawfully taking or receiving ~external things, for it is written ( 363 2, 53 | possession of or retain external things unjustly. ~Therefore 364 2, 53 | which applies not ~only to external deeds but also to internal 365 2, 56 | Justice is concerned about external things, not by making ~them, 366 2, 56 | passions of the soul, but also external actions, and also ~those 367 2, 56 | actions, and also ~those external things of which man can 368 2, 56 | yet it is in respect ~of external actions and external things 369 2, 56 | of external actions and external things by means of which 370 2, 56 | virtue, ~but only about external actions and things, under 371 2, 56 | yet their effects, i.e. external actions, are ~capable of 372 2, 56 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: External operations are as it were 373 2, 56 | operations are as it were between external things, ~which are their 374 2, 56 | far as they tend towards external things, belongs to justice, 375 2, 56 | should be maintained in external things, while liberality 376 2, 56 | wealth. Since, however, ~external operations take their species, 377 2, 56 | internal passions ~but from external things as being their objects, 378 2, 56 | objects, it follows that, ~external operations are essentially 379 2, 56 | virtues in the point of their external ~operations, in so far, 380 2, 56 | the matter of justice is external operation, in so ~far as 381 2, 56 | of equality between the external thing and the ~external 382 2, 56 | external thing and the ~external person. Now equality is 383 2, 56 | matter of justice is an ~external operation in so far as either 384 2, 57 | so far, to wit, as even external acts pertain both to justice ~ 385 2, 57 | i.e. passions and those external operations that relate to 386 2, 57 | justice is something equal in ~external things, so too the object 387 2, 57 | Suffering is the effect of external action. Now in the ~point 388 2, 58 | and injustice are about external operations, ~as stated above ( 389 2, 58 | injustice when it is betrayed by external ~action, and then it is 390 2, 58 | as it is related to the external ~judgment, even as the internal 391 2, 58 | even as the internal to the external act, for instance as ~desire 392 2, 59 | justice is about ~certain external operations, namely distribution 393 2, 60 | have applied chiefly to external things, which can pass from 394 2, 64 | natural to man to possess external things?~(2) Whether it is 395 2, 64 | natural for man to possess external things?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 396 2, 64 | natural for man to possess external ~things. For no man should 397 2, 64 | natural for man to possess ~external things.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 398 2, 64 | does not ~naturally possess external things.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 399 2, 64 | But man has no power over ~external things, since he can work 400 2, 64 | Therefore ~the possession of external things is not natural to 401 2, 64 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, External things can be considered 402 2, 64 | a natural dominion over ~external things, because, by his 403 2, 64 | that the ~possession of external things is natural to man. 404 2, 64 | is reproved for deeming external things to ~belong to him 405 2, 64 | considers the dominion over external things ~as regards their 406 2, 64 | any man to appropriate any external thing to himself.~Aquin.: 407 2, 64 | and by "common" he means external ~things, as is clear from 408 2, 64 | a ~man to appropriate an external thing to himself.~Aquin.: 409 2, 64 | competent to man with regard to external things ~is their use. In 410 2, 64 | respect man ought to possess external things, not ~as his own, 411 2, 64 | sensible things think more of external ~strength which is evidenced 412 2, 68 | or again owing to ~some external condition, as in the case 413 2, 71 | his body, and the good of ~external things; the good of the 414 2, 71 | viz. of the body and of external things, ~can be taken away 415 2, 71 | body ~excel the goods of external things, those sins which 416 2, 71 | than those which injure his external things. ~Consequently, among 417 2, 71 | In the last ~place come external goods, among which a man' 418 2, 72 | away. Now of all one's ~external goods a friend takes the 419 2, 74 | from him in so far as the external act adds something to the 420 2, 77 | concerned with operations and ~external things, wherein to establish 421 2, 78 | namely, "friendship" in ~the external conduct and "concord" internally; 422 2, 78 | understood as directing our ~external conduct towards others, 423 2, 79 | Whether religion has any external actions?~(8) Whether religion 424 2, 79 | Whether religion has an external act?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[81] 425 2, 79 | that religion has not an external act. It is ~written (Jn. 426 2, 79 | spirit and in truth." Now external acts pertain, not to the 427 2, 79 | has acts ~that are not external but internal.~Aquin.: SMT 428 2, 79 | belong to the ~heart, so do external actions belong to the members 429 2, 79 | by internal ~but also by external actions.~Aquin.: SMT SS 430 2, 79 | religion essentially, while its external acts are secondary, ~and 431 2, 79 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: These external things are offered to God, 432 2, 81 | bodily ~members, or those external things that are employed 433 2, 81 | God, because by means of external signs, whether of words 434 2, 82 | sequence we must consider the external acts of latria, and in the ~ 435 2, 82 | those acts whereby some external thing is offered to God; ~ 436 2, 82 | denotes an internal or an external act?~(3) Whether adoration 437 2, 82 | further on (Q[103]). And since external actions are signs of internal ~ 438 2, 82 | internal ~reverence, certain external tokens significative of 439 2, 82 | secondary part is something ~external pertaining to bodily signs. 440 2, 83 | consider those acts whereby external things are ~offered to God. 441 2, 83 | good which ~consists of external things: and of these we 442 2, 86 | promise made to God. Now external actions pertaining ~to solemnity 443 2, 87 | must now consider those external acts of religion, whereby 444 2, 91 | them. It is different with external ~acts, which sometimes have 445 2, 92 | confession of unbelief by external ~worship. Such a confession 446 2, 92 | says (De Civ. Dei x, 19), ~"external sacrifices are signs of 447 2, 92 | charity, is better than external worship. ~Therefore unbelief, 448 2, 92 | idolatry, which is opposed to ~external worship.~Aquin.: SMT SS 449 2, 92 | worship. But in a case of external idolatry without internal ~ 450 2, 93 | by like observations of ~external things is unlawful?~Aquin.: 451 2, 93 | by like ~observations of external things is not unlawful. 452 2, 98 | Further, in this world external punishment is not inflicted 453 2, 98 | simony; ~but as regards the external ecclesiastical punishment 454 2, 100 | to one's ~substance than external government, the principle 455 2, 100 | particular power, as regards external government, but not as regards 456 2, 101 | praise and glory consist of external things. Therefore honor 457 2, 101 | saluting, and so forth, or by external things, as by ~offering 458 2, 101 | honor ~consists of signs, external and corporal.~Aquin.: SMT 459 2, 101 | whereas honor consists of ~any external signs, so that praise is 460 2, 102 | The lowest of these ~are external goods, the goods of the 461 2, 102 | things, both ~internal and external, wherefore he is bound to 462 2, 106 | safety, his own freedom, and external goods ~such as riches, his 463 2, 107 | signs are either words, or ~external actions, or any external 464 2, 107 | external actions, or any external thing. Now such kinds of 465 2, 107 | concerned ~with the use of the external members, in so far as this 466 2, 107 | habits and members, utters external signs ~in order to manifest 467 2, 108 | usefulness ~regards either external things, and then we have 468 2, 108 | considered with regard ~to the external act of lying. For thereby 469 2, 111 | pretends to be lacking in external things, for instance by ~ 470 2, 114 | them as regards certain external ~motives, and thus flattery 471 2, 115 | distinguished by their objects. But external things are the matter of ~ 472 2, 115 | establishes equality in external things, but has ~nothing 473 2, 115 | useful goods, since all external goods are ~directed to man' 474 2, 115 | of debt, in so far as an external thing is due to another. ~ 475 2, 115 | that it is concerned with external things, and so is justice, 476 2, 115 | justice, which is about external ~things.~Aquin.: SMT SS 477 2, 115 | those goods that consist of external ~things. Again, liberality 478 2, 115 | because he is more useful in external goods, ~which as a rule 479 2, 116 | for money, under which all external goods ~may be comprised. [* 480 2, 116 | it is not a sin to desire external goods: since man desires ~ 481 2, 116 | observes (Polit. i, 6). External goods come under the ~head 482 2, 116 | certain measure, to have external riches, in so far as they 483 2, 116 | natural to man to desire external things as means to ~an end: 484 2, 116 | signify immoderation about external things ~in two ways. First, 485 2, 116 | man cannot over-abound in external riches, without another 486 2, 116 | more greedily the aid of external things, just as everyone ~ 487 2, 116 | for money, signifies all ~external goods the value of which 488 2, 116 | covetousness is a desire for any ~external thing: and consequently 489 2, 116 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: All those external things that are subject 490 2, 116 | good. But there are certain external goods that can ~be obtained 491 2, 116 | this comes a sin against external things, which are ~deputed 492 2, 116 | higher good. Now the good of external things is the ~lowest of 493 2, 116 | appetite is subjected even to external things, has in a way a greater ~ 494 2, 116 | more one seeks relief from external things, and ~consequently 495 2, 116 | subjects himself to an external creature, though not in 496 2, 116 | idolater subjects himself to an external creature by ~paying it Divine 497 2, 116 | subjects himself to an ~external creature by desiring it 498 2, 116 | is ~bodily goods, namely, external riches. Therefore covetousness 499 2, 117 | he ought: and as regards external action, prodigality implies 500 2, 120 | corporal similitudes, so is external worship given to God ~under


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