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St. Thomas Aquinas
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1 1, 2 | necessity. ~This all men speak of as God.~Aquin.: SMT FP 2 1, 3 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: We can speak of simple things only as 3 1, 4 | is called ~good, we shall speak first of the divine perfection; 4 1, 4 | receiver. When therefore I speak of the existence of man, ~ 5 1, 4 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, we speak of those things as like 6 1, 4 | likeness. In another way, we speak of things as alike which ~ 7 1, 5 | spoken of as evil. Yet we can speak of an evil mode, species 8 1, 7 | number of shapes. But if we speak of the infinite in reference 9 1, 8 | part of ~the surface if we speak of its totality of essence; 10 1, 9 | potentiality, as we now speak of ~change and movement.~ 11 1, 10 | considering its parts: ~thus we speak of the beginning and the 12 1, 12 | Both of these authorities speak of the vision of ~comprehension. 13 1, 12 | the Lord said to Moses: "I speak to him mouth to mouth, ~ 14 1, 12 | prophecy, so that God ~seems to speak, though in an imaginary 15 1, 13 | the intention of those who speak of God. For in ~saying that 16 1, 13 | all things; since all who speak of God intend ~to name God 17 1, 13 | opinion, for he would then speak the truth, as also Catholics ~ 18 1, 13 | incommunicable and, if one may so speak, singular.~Aquin.: SMT FP 19 1, 16 | has a principle. But if we speak of divine ~truth in its 20 1, 16 | intellect. If therefore we ~speak of truth, as it exists in 21 1, 16 | divine truth." But if ~we speak of truth as it is in things, 22 1, 18 | attributed to them, for we speak of "living waters." ~Much 23 1, 19 | person of the Lord: "I will speak ~against a nation and against 24 1, 21 | we also ~in human affairs speak of the truth of justice.~ 25 1, 21 | misericors], as ~being, so to speak, sorrowful at heart [miserum 26 1, 24 | chosen to life; thus we now ~speak of the book of life. In 27 1, 27 | self-subsistence); but when we speak of His existence as received, ~ 28 1, 29 | intelligent being. If we could speak of God only in the very 29 1, 29 | follow that no one could speak about ~God in any but the 30 1, 29 | Trin. vii, ~6): "When we speak of the person of the Father, 31 1, 29 | follows that forasmuch as we speak of "three ~persons," so 32 1, 30 | measured by one. But when we speak of a number of ~things as 33 1, 30 | In ~the same way, when we speak of many things, multitude 34 1, 31 | Trin. vii), that when we speak of ~three persons, "we do 35 1, 31 | words wrongly used, when we speak of the Trinity we ~must 36 1, 32 | same Apostle says also, "We speak wisdom among the perfect, 37 1, 32 | princes of this world; but we speak ~the wisdom of God in a 38 1, 32 | the Apostle's words, "We speak ~the wisdom of God which 39 1, 32 | who are ~kind - so when we speak of paternity in God, we 40 1, 34 | Anselm (Monol. lx), "To speak is ~to the Supreme Spirit 41 1, 34 | also be explained how "to speak" is in God ~"to see by thought," 42 1, 34 | 16): "Therefore do we ~speak of the Word of God, and 43 1, 34 | essentially, so likewise is to "speak." Hence, as the Word is 44 1, 34 | stone. Anselm took the term "speak" ~improperly for the act 45 1, 34 | AA[4],5). Whereas to "speak" means chiefly the ~habitude 46 1, 34 | word conceived; for "to speak" is nothing but to utter 47 1, 36 | relative properties that we speak of ~similitude or dissimilitude 48 1, 37 | impression results, so to speak, ~of the thing loved in 49 1, 37 | conception - namely, ~"to speak," and "word." Hence in God, " 50 1, 37 | proceeds; and the term "to speak" is a notional term as importing 51 1, 37 | a notional term, as "to speak" and "to beget."~Aquin.: 52 1, 37 | spirate love"; just as to speak is to produce a word, and 53 1, 37 | notional act; forasmuch as "to speak" imports a ~determinate 54 1, 37 | person proceeding; since "to speak" means to produce a word. ~ 55 1, 39 | essence is not multiplied, we ~speak of one essence of the three 56 1, 39 | signification, we ~must speak in a different way about 57 1, 39 | in anything, and, so to speak, the art ~of the omnipotent 58 1, 40 | is particular." So, if we speak of the abstraction of the ~ 59 1, 41 | Nevertheless we cannot speak of divine and intelligible 60 1, 41 | Scripture in one text to speak of the Wisdom ~begotten 61 1, 41 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: When I speak of the "power of begetting," 62 1, 42 | equal. Therefore, we may speak ~of likeness in the divine 63 1, 42 | namely, of Godhead] who speak of ~either increase or decrease, 64 1, 42 | quantity we allude when we speak of something as being more, ~ 65 1, 42 | spiritual ~things, just as we speak of great heat on account 66 1, 42 | unchangeable God, so to speak, ~follows His own nature 67 1, 43 | in respect ~of which we speak of the mission of the Son. 68 1, 43 | Trin. ix 10): "The ~Word we speak of is knowledge with love." 69 1, 43 | explained (A[1]), if we speak of ~mission according to 70 1, 43 | said that, "they began ~to speak with divers tongues" (Acts 71 1, 45 | created. We do not, however, speak of creation in ~that way 72 1, 45 | nothing," because he does ~not speak of anything. And this is 73 1, 45 | being made, is; but when we speak of its being made, ~we mean 74 1, 45 | being ~participates, so to speak, the nature of being; for 75 1, 47 | the ~means be equal, so to speak, to the end, one only is 76 1, 48 | Does it exist?" and thus we speak of blindness as being in ~ 77 1, 57 | answered, "It is I, Who speak justice." Therefore the 78 1, 57 | 1/2~Reply OBJ 1: One can speak in two ways of the mystery 79 1, 57 | R.O. 1 Para. 2/2~We can speak of the mystery of the Incarnation 80 1, 58 | things as one, is, so to speak, to ~understand one thing.~ 81 1, 60 | principle thereof: ~but we shall speak of them later on (Q[62]).~ 82 1, 63 | ought to have; whether we speak of sin ~in nature, art, 83 1, 63 | that even ~man begins to speak in the very instant when 84 1, 67 | do this, for we ~do not speak of the air as colored. Secondly, 85 1, 68 | therefore, that the words which speak of the firmament as made ~ 86 1, 68 | that the ~philosophers speak of, calling it the ninth 87 1, 68 | Apostle is understood to speak when he says of himself 88 1, 69 | Scripture ~had no reason to speak of it as made.~Aquin.: SMT 89 1, 76 | of the soul, as we do not speak of an ~animal or a man unless 90 1, 76 | unless equivocally, as we speak of a painted animal or a ~ 91 1, 37 | impression results, so to speak, ~of the thing loved in 92 1, 37 | conception - namely, ~"to speak," and "word." Hence in God, " 93 1, 37 | proceeds; and the term "to speak" is a notional term as importing 94 1, 37 | a notional term, as "to speak" and "to beget."~Aquin.: 95 1, 37 | spirate love"; just as to speak is to produce a word, and 96 1, 37 | notional act; forasmuch as "to speak" imports a ~determinate 97 1, 37 | person proceeding; since "to speak" means to produce a word. 98 1, 39 | essence is not multiplied, we ~speak of one essence of the three 99 1, 39 | signification, we ~must speak in a different way about 100 1, 39 | in anything, and, so to speak, the art ~of the omnipotent 101 1, 40 | is particular." So, if we speak of the abstraction of the ~ 102 1, 41 | Nevertheless we cannot speak of divine and intelligible 103 1, 41 | Scripture in one text to speak of the Wisdom ~begotten 104 1, 41 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: When I speak of the "power of begetting," 105 1, 42 | equal. Therefore, we may speak ~of likeness in the divine 106 1, 42 | namely, of Godhead] who speak of ~either increase or decrease, 107 1, 42 | quantity we allude when we speak of something as being more, ~ 108 1, 42 | spiritual ~things, just as we speak of great heat on account 109 1, 42 | unchangeable God, so to speak, ~follows His own nature 110 1, 43 | in respect ~of which we speak of the mission of the Son. 111 1, 43 | Trin. ix 10): "The ~Word we speak of is knowledge with love." 112 1, 43 | explained (A[1]), if we speak of ~mission according to 113 1, 43 | said that, "they began ~to speak with divers tongues" (Acts 114 1, 46 | created. We do not, however, speak of creation in ~that way 115 1, 46 | nothing," because he does ~not speak of anything. And this is 116 1, 46 | being made, is; but when we speak of its being made, ~we mean 117 1, 46 | being ~participates, so to speak, the nature of being; for 118 1, 48 | the ~means be equal, so to speak, to the end, one only is 119 1, 49 | Does it exist?" and thus we speak of blindness as being in ~ 120 1, 58 | answered, "It is I, Who speak justice." Therefore the 121 1, 58 | 1/2~Reply OBJ 1: One can speak in two ways of the mystery 122 1, 58 | R.O. 1 Para. 2/2~We can speak of the mystery of the Incarnation 123 1, 59 | things as one, is, so to speak, to ~understand one thing.~ 124 1, 61 | principle thereof: ~but we shall speak of them later on (Q[62]).~ 125 1, 64 | ought to have; whether we speak of sin ~in nature, art, 126 1, 64 | that even ~man begins to speak in the very instant when 127 1, 68 | do this, for we ~do not speak of the air as colored. Secondly, 128 1, 69 | therefore, that the words which speak of the firmament as made ~ 129 1, 69 | that the ~philosophers speak of, calling it the ninth 130 1, 69 | Apostle is understood to speak when he says of himself 131 1, 70 | Scripture ~had no reason to speak of it as made.~Aquin.: SMT 132 1, 75 | of the soul, as we do not speak of an ~animal or a man unless 133 1, 75 | unless equivocally, as we speak of a painted animal or a ~ 134 1, 77 | distinction of which we ~shall speak later on (ad 3,4). Hence 135 1, 77 | their distinction we shall ~speak farther on (ad 1,2). But 136 1, 77 | universal reason, which, so to ~speak, overflows into them. Therefore 137 1, 78 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: We speak of parts, in whatever way 138 1, 88 | the ~knowledge of which we speak is confused. Hence it does 139 1, 91 | great ~sacrament; but I speak in Christ and in the Church."~ 140 1, 92 | in the ~shape; thus, we speak of a man's image in copper. 141 1, 92 | 1~I answer that, We may speak of God's image in two ways. 142 1, 92 | that we say, even ~if we speak with that interior word 143 1, 93 | that, ~"perhaps God used to speak to the first man as He speaks 144 1, 102 | Some are said to think or speak, or act against God: not ~ 145 1, 106 | that one angel does not speak to another. For ~Gregory 146 1, 106 | necessary ~that one angel should speak to another.~Aquin.: SMT 147 1, 106 | Therefore one angel does not speak to another.~Aquin.: SMT 148 1, 106 | Therefore one angel does ~not speak to another.~Aquin.: SMT 149 1, 106 | says (1 Cor. 13:1): "If I speak with the ~tongues of men 150 1, 106 | answer that, The angels speak in a certain way. But, as 151 1, 106 | speaks to another; for to speak to another only means to 152 1, 106 | their very nature they can speak to each other, and even 153 1, 106 | even now the bad ~angels speak to each other, we must say 154 1, 106 | inferior angel does not speak to the ~superior. For on 155 1, 106 | text (1 Cor. 13:1), "If I speak with the tongues of ~men 156 1, 106 | neither do the inferior speak to the superior.~Aquin.: 157 1, 106 | another; and this is to ~speak. Therefore to speak and 158 1, 106 | to ~speak. Therefore to speak and to enlighten are the 159 1, 106 | inferior angel can in no way speak to a superior angel.~Aquin.: 160 1, 106 | The inferior angels can speak to the superior. To make ~ 161 1, 106 | A[1]), for one angel to speak to ~another angel means 162 1, 106 | both the superior angels speak to the inferior, and the 163 1, 106 | inferior, and the inferior ~speak to the superior.~Aquin.: 164 1, 106 | seem that an angel does not speak to God. For speech ~makes 165 1, 106 | Therefore an angel does not speak to God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 166 1, 106 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, to speak is to order the mental concept 167 1, 106 | Moral. ii) that "the angels ~speak to God, when by contemplating 168 1, 106 | and His works; but they speak to Him by ~consulting Him 169 1, 106 | the contrary, One man can speak to another alone; much more 170 1, 107 | clear that those err and speak against the opinion of ~ 171 1, 114 | production of certain results, we speak of the demons as employing 172 1, 114 | state of delirium should speak an unknown tongue, recite 173 1, 114 | necromancers make ~statues to speak and move, and other like 174 1, 115 | verb ~'fari' which means to speak"; as though things were 175 1, 116 | instance, if one were to speak Greek to a man who only 176 2, 1 | will, e.g. to ~walk, or to speak; secondly, because it is 177 2, 1 | 1~I answer that, We can speak of the last end in two ways: 178 2, 1 | Para. 2/3~If, therefore, we speak of man's last end as of 179 2, 1 | things. If, however, we speak of man's ~last end, as of 180 2, 2 | 22:28), "Thou shalt not speak ill of the gods." Therefore 181 2, 2 | that thing. If, then, we speak of man's last ~end, it is 182 2, 2 | Body Para. 3/3~But if we speak of man's last end, as to 183 2, 3 | is made actual: thus we speak of active ~and contemplative 184 2, 4 | it is held back, so to ~speak, from tending with all its 185 2, 4 | 1/3~I answer that, If we speak of that happiness which 186 2, 4 | 1/2~I answer that, If we speak of the happiness of this 187 2, 4 | Body Para. 2/2~But if we speak of perfect Happiness which 188 2, 5 | 1/5~I answer that, If we speak of imperfect happiness, 189 2, 5 | Body Para. 3/5~But if we speak of that perfect Happiness 190 2, 5 | on this point we shall speak further on ~(Q[63]). But 191 2, 5 | is man made happy, if we speak of perfect Happiness. If, 192 2, 5 | Happiness. If, however, we ~speak of imperfect happiness, 193 2, 5 | desires. Secondly we may ~speak of Happiness according to 194 2, 6 | such as "to walk" and "to speak," which are commanded by 195 2, 6 | involuntariness. For ~we speak of voluntariness and involuntariness 196 2, 7 | to be in ~another; for we speak of color as being in the 197 2, 8 | not to ~walk," or "not to speak"; and again at times we 198 2, 8 | moved or to be at rest, to speak ~or to be silent, and such 199 2, 8 | 1]]. ~Accordingly, if we speak of the will as a power, 200 2, 8 | Para. 2/2~If, however, we speak of the will in regard to 201 2, 8 | principles: but we do not speak of understanding ~with regard 202 2, 11 | A[8]; Q[2], A[7]), we speak of an ~end in a twofold 203 2, 12 | regards ~the end. For when we speak of intending to have health, 204 2, 13 | choose. Likewise, whenever we speak of one thing ~being chosen 205 2, 14 | laid ~down by law; hence we speak of counsel at law. And yet 206 2, 14 | And for this reason we speak of ~consulting about future 207 2, 14 | from ~another genus, so to speak; thus in demonstrative sciences 208 2, 15 | Assentire" [to assent] is, to speak, "ad aliud sentire" ~[to 209 2, 18 | 1~I answer that, We must speak of good and evil in actions 210 2, 19 | Body Para. 2/4~If then we speak of these respective quantities 211 2, 19 | stated above, redounds, so to speak, upon the goodness ~of the 212 2, 20 | 1/2~I answer that, If we speak of the goodness which the 213 2, 20 | On the other hand, if we speak of the goodness which the 214 2, 21 | goodness or malice. For we speak of merit ~or demerit in 215 2, 21 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, We speak of merit and demerit, in 216 2, 21 | in respect of which we speak of merit and ~demerit. Therefore 217 2, 22 | sense of ~mere reception, we speak of "feeling and understanding 218 2, 24 | wanting in sense." Hence we speak of those who are wanting 219 2, 26 | it is not one thing ~to speak of love, and another to 220 2, 26 | of love, and another to speak of dilection."~Aquin.: SMT 221 2, 27 | ministering to reason; for we speak of beautiful sights ~and 222 2, 27 | beautiful," for we do not speak of ~beautiful tastes, and 223 2, 28 | union - to live together, speak together, and be united 224 2, 28 | heart. For this reason we speak of love ~as being "intimate"; 225 2, 28 | lover ~penetrates, so to speak, into the beloved. For nothing 226 2, 30 | love, inasmuch as, so to speak, it ~attunes and conforms 227 2, 31 | the contrary, We do not speak of joy in irrational animals; 228 2, 31 | animals; whereas ~we do speak of delight in them. Therefore 229 2, 31 | of reason. But we do not ~speak of joy except when delight 230 2, 31 | Para. 2/3~If therefore we speak of that sensible pleasure 231 2, 31 | On the other hand, if we speak of that sensible pleasure ~ 232 2, 31 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, We speak of that as being natural, 233 2, 31 | suitable and ~connatural, so to speak. But sadness is like a violent 234 2, 32 | it not as yet; but, so to speak, is being ~generated in 235 2, 35 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: We speak of the body, because the 236 2, 35 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: We speak of pain of the senses, not 237 2, 35 | other senses, we do not speak of pain in so far as it 238 2, 35 | usual sense in which we ~speak of genera and species. But 239 2, 35 | matter. In like manner we ~speak of astronomy and perspective 240 2, 37 | Damascene (De Fide Orth. ii, 14) speak of "depressing sorrow."~ 241 2, 40 | to obtain, ~for we do not speak of any one hoping for trifles, 242 2, 41 | evil as overcoming, so to speak, some ~particular good. 243 2, 41 | love; while we may also speak of desire and hope as ~being 244 2, 42 | for ever, implies, so to speak, an infinite increase. Now 245 2, 42 | fear; wherefore we do not speak now of ~remedies of that 246 2, 42 | and of such a remedy we speak now.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[42] 247 2, 44 | fear the Apostle does ~not speak.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[44] A[ 248 2, 47 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: We speak of anger in God, not as 249 2, 48 | disturbed, the mouth proceeds to speak.~ 250 2, 49 | other ~categories: for we speak of ourselves as "having" 251 2, 49 | And ~in this sense we speak of habit now. Wherefore 252 2, 50 | Para. 2/3~If, however, we speak of the disposition of the 253 2, 50 | specific perfection, so to speak), they have then passed 254 2, 50 | respect of its powers. For we speak of dispositions and ~habits 255 2, 50 | the ~soul - that is, if we speak of human nature: for the 256 2, 50 | to the body. But ~if we speak of a higher nature, of which 257 2, 51 | Para. 2/7~Thus, then, if we speak of habit as a disposition 258 2, 52 | measure, then we should not speak of health as greater or 259 2, 52 | For this reason we do ~not speak of the species of number 260 2, 52 | clear, therefore, since we speak of habits and dispositions 261 2, 52 | thus, for instance, we speak of ~greater or less health; 262 2, 52 | increase thereof, if we may speak of the increase of ~habits 263 2, 54 | Para. 2/2~If, however, we speak of those habits that are 264 2, 55 | into good and bad, we ~must speak in the first place of good 265 2, 55 | Latin 'virtus': thus we speak of an engine ~being so many 266 2, 55 | said to be good: for we speak of a perfect thief or robber; ~ 267 2, 56 | man has the aptness to ~speak correctly. But grammar does 268 2, 56 | does not make a man always speak correctly: ~for a grammarian 269 2, 57 | whose distinction we shall speak further on ~(ad 3).~Aquin.: 270 2, 57 | principal virtue: ~and we shall speak of them later (SS, Q[48], 271 2, 58 | moral virtues. We shall speak (1) of the difference ~between 272 2, 58 | Ethic. i, 13): "When we speak of a ~man's morals, we do 273 2, 61 | 1~I answer that, When we speak of virtue simply, we are 274 2, 61 | simply, we are understood to ~speak of human virtue. Now human 275 2, 61 | of the virtue of which we speak now is good as ~defined 276 2, 61 | subjects of the virtue we speak of now: viz. ~the power 277 2, 61 | doctors, as also philosophers, speak about these virtues ~in 278 2, 61 | originally in God, and thus we speak of "exemplar" virtues: so 279 2, 62 | whereby the will is, so to speak, transformed into that end - 280 2, 65 | fortitude": and ~he continues to speak in like manner of the other 281 2, 65 | these virtues - provided we speak ~of acquired virtue. Nevertheless, 282 2, 65 | his mind before. ~Now we speak of having a thing when we 283 2, 68 | 1/6~I answer that, If we speak of gift and virtue with 284 2, 68 | 1~I answer that, We may speak of the gifts in two ways: 285 2, 68 | being the foundation, so to ~speak, of the perfection of the 286 2, 69 | works of the gifts, if we speak of eternal happiness, for 287 2, 69 | understanding, we can, so to speak, "see ~God." Likewise, in 288 2, 70 | degrees of virtue: and ~they speak of three degrees, because 289 2, 71 | is God's reason, so to ~speak. Accordingly Augustine ( 290 2, 71 | which is the matter, so to speak, of sin, when he says "word," ~" 291 2, 73 | privation, which consists, so to speak, in "being" corrupted; ~ 292 2, 73 | these sins man is, so to speak, brutalized; for which same ~ 293 2, 77 | above ~(A[1]). Hence when we speak of sins of weakness, we 294 2, 81 | origin. Wherefore we must speak about original sin, the 295 2, 85 | 4~I answer that, We may speak of any corruptible thing 296 2, 87 | 2~I answer that, We may speak of sin in two ways: first, 297 2, 87 | Body Para. 2/2~But if we speak of the removal of sin as 298 2, 87 | themselves. ~If, however, we speak of punishment simply, in 299 2, 87 | 1/2~I answer that, If we speak of that satisfactory punishment, 300 2, 87 | A[7]). If, however, ~we speak of punishment inflicted 301 2, 87 | something personal. But if we speak of a punishment that is ~ 302 2, 87 | are their property so to speak; in such a way, ~however, 303 2, 88 | being dry"; but if we ~speak of the smiling meadows when 304 2, 88 | venial sin that we wish to ~speak now.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[88] 305 2, 89 | one habitual and, so to speak, intrinsic, ~the other actual 306 2, 90 | the first place we must speak of law; in the ~second place, 307 2, 92 | 1 Cor. 7:12) says: "I ~speak, not the Lord." Consequently 308 2, 93 | true. In another way we ~speak of a superior judging of 309 2, 93 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: We may speak of God's will in two ways. 310 2, 93 | eternal law. Secondly, we may speak of God's will, ~as to the 311 2, 93 | 2~I answer that, We must speak otherwise of the law of 312 2, 94 | 1~I answer that, We may speak of virtuous acts in two 313 2, 94 | proper species. If then we speak of acts of virtue, considered 314 2, 94 | act ~virtuously. But if we speak of virtuous acts, considered 315 2, 98 | face, as a man is wont to speak to his ~friend." Therefore 316 2, 100 | priest is commanded (to speak thus): "Be not afraid, do ~ 317 2, 100 | Body Para. 2/3~But if we speak of justification properly 318 2, 102 | so it was held up, so to speak, by ~the cherubim, in obedience, 319 2, 102 | altar of incense, so to speak. The table ~signified the 320 2, 102 | them in his heart, so ~to speak. And the Lord commanded 321 2, 102 | Para. 2/4~If, however, we speak of bodily uncleanness, consisting 322 2, 102 | signification. Thus if you speak of a foolish, and of a wise 323 2, 105 | indignant with them, so to speak, He granted them a king, 324 2, 105 | that adhereth to the Lord ~speak, saying: The Lord will divide 325 2, 105 | Of this, however, we must speak ~more fully in the treatise 326 2, 106 | secondary importance, so to speak, in the New ~Law; and the 327 2, 108 | and that it is better to speak without oaths, unless necessity 328 2, 108 | virginity, says: "And this I ~speak for your profit; not to 329 2, 109 | moving us to understand and speak the ~truth, but not as dwelling 330 2, 109 | 3~I answer that, We may speak of man in two ways: first, 331 2, 110 | logically - in the sense that we speak of ~grace inasmuch as it 332 2, 111 | reference to this that we ~speak of "operating grace." But 333 2, 111 | reference to this that we speak of ~"cooperating grace." 334 2, 111 | human mind to this act, we speak of operating grace. But 335 2, 111 | respect to this that we speak of ~cooperating grace. Hence 336 2, 111 | virtue of faith. So, too, ~to speak with divers tongues and 337 2, 112 | disposed matter. But if we speak of grace as it signifies 338 2, 113 | him in a vision, or I will speak to him in a ~dream." In 339 2, 114 | of ~justice, as when we speak of a father's or a master' 340 2, 114 | grace. Therefore, if we speak of man in ~the first state, 341 2, 114 | we call grace. But if we speak of man as existing in sin, 342 2, 114 | Para. 2/2~If, however, we speak of a meritorious work, inasmuch 343 2 | Faith, secondly we shall speak of Hope, and thirdly, of 344 2, 1 | material object, so to ~speak, and, secondly, that whereby 345 2, 1 | not add to the word that I speak to you, neither shall ~you 346 2, 1 | believe ~Peter or Paul, but we speak only of believing 'in' God." 347 2, 1 | Cor. 1:10: "That you all speak the same ~thing, and that 348 2, 2 | covered with a veil, so to speak. And, as stated ~above ( 349 2, 2 | and under a veil, ~so to speak, by the simple, so too was 350 2, 3 | believe, and ~therefore we speak also." For the outward utterance 351 2, 3 | an ~indirect cause so to speak.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[3] A[1] 352 2, 4 | imply a contradiction to speak of ~"evidence of things 353 2, 5 | what the ~Lord God will speak in me."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 354 2, 8 | to penetrate within so to speak. Thus, under the ~accidents 355 2, 8 | vice versa. Hence we may speak of ~understanding with regard 356 2, 10 | two ways. First, ~we may speak of dominion or authority 357 2, 10 | Para. 2/5~Secondly, we may speak of dominion or authority, 358 2, 10 | represented in a figure, so to speak. For ~this reason they are 359 2, 13 | 12:32): "He that shall speak against ~the Holy Ghost, 360 2, 13 | they blasphemed, so to speak, against the ~Holy Ghost, 361 2, 13 | sometimes, by a miracle, so to speak, restores ~spiritual health 362 2, 14 | similitude to bodily sense, we speak of sense in ~connection 363 2, 15 | not add to the word that I speak to you, ~neither shall you 364 2, 16 | act of hope, whereof ~we speak now, attains God. For, as 365 2, 16 | Nevertheless, the hope of which we speak now, is not a passion but 366 2, 16 | the hope of which we speak now, ~attains God by leaning 367 2, 16 | is as yet veiled, so to speak.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[17] A[ 368 2, 18 | it makes us ~turn, so to speak, to God or away from Him. 369 2, 18 | does it of himself so to speak, because it is by his ~own 370 2, 21 | ways, affirmatively, so to speak, wherein is implied the ~ 371 2, 22 | For it ~would be absurd to speak of having friendship for 372 2, 22 | particular end, ~then we speak of virtue being where there 373 2, 22 | whose object and form, so to speak, are the end. Now the form 374 2, 23 | this same growth. Thus we speak of a man being ~an infant 375 2, 23 | man wherein he begins to speak and to use his reason, ~ 376 2, 23 | neglect to call upon or speak with one's friends, ~"has 377 2, 23 | means be diminished, if we ~speak of direct causality, yet 378 2, 24 | Phys. ii, 6) that we do not speak of good or ~evil befalling 379 2, 24 | Para. 2/2~Secondly, we may speak of charity in respect of 380 2, 26 | of a material cause, we speak of loving ~something for 381 2, 26 | circular movement so to speak; for knowledge ~begins from 382 2, 30 | hope of gain. Secondly, we speak of a thing being ~an act 383 2, 30 | from interest and ~usury: I speak to the faithful to whom 384 2, 31 | virtue commands it, so to speak, but ~secondarily an act 385 2, 31 | admonishing them, so to speak, with an inward inspiration, 386 2, 34 | baby envious, it could not speak, yet it turned pale and 387 2, 36 | had ~said (13:3): "I will speak to the Almighty, and I desire 388 2, 38 | by the authority, so to speak, of God, is not to "take ~ 389 2, 41 | mercy, of which we shall speak further on (ad 4).~Aquin.: 390 2, 42 | Cor. 1:10): "That you all speak the same thing, and that 391 2, 43 | perfect in wickedness; thus we speak of a good or a ~perfect 392 2, 43 | not the wisdom of which we speak ~but that which is acquired 393 2, 43 | according to 1 Cor. 2:6: "We speak wisdom among the ~perfect." 394 2, 43 | himself (2 Cor. ~1:7): "We speak the wisdom of God in a mystery, 395 2, 45 | robber," ~and in this way may speak of "a prudent robber," by 396 2, 48 | political prudence, of which we speak, ~he directs himself in 397 2, 51 | thought ~how or what to speak." Therefore thoughtlessness 398 2, 53 | appetible end, we do not speak of "prudence of the ~devil," 399 2, 53 | to our appetite. Hence we speak of "carnal" and ~again of " 400 2, 55 | in jure" [*In ~English we speak of a court of law, a barrister 401 2, 55 | offices, hence when we speak of "military," or "magisterial," 402 2, 55 | simply right, as when we speak of "paternal" right, or 403 2, 56 | and the same man we may ~speak metaphorically of his various 404 2, 56 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: We may speak of a thing being good simply 405 2, 56 | 1/1~I answer that, If we speak of legal justice, it is 406 2, 56 | morning star." But, even if we speak of particular ~justice, 407 2, 57 | AA[5],6). Secondly we ~speak of injustice in reference 408 2, 57 | accidentally and materially so to speak, it is possible for that 409 2, 57 | material sense. But if we speak in the ~formal sense a man 410 2, 63 | also to chastity, we shall speak in the ~treatise on Temperance ( 411 2, 67 | of natural right, so to speak. Now, to ~resist corruption 412 2, 69 | and hearing, that he may speak and hear what is ~said to 413 2, 71 | present: ~although if a man speak ill of an absent person 414 2, 71 | reckons it a slight sin "to ~speak ill without hesitation or 415 2, 71 | speaking, to backbite is to speak ill of an absent person 416 2, 71 | all who do not at times speak from lightness of heart, 417 2, 71 | Ecclus. 4:30): "In no wise speak against ~the truth." Now 418 2, 72 | but into the ear." But to speak of another disparagingly 419 2, 72 | speaking, since they both speak evil secretly of ~their 420 2, 72 | since he intends not to ~speak ill as such, but to say 421 2, 73 | TWO ARTICLES)~We must now speak of derision, under which 422 2, 73 | intentions of those who speak ~against another. Now just 423 2, 73 | reviler and the backbiter speak of ~another person - while 424 2, 74 | maledicere] is the same as to speak ill [malum ~dicere]. Now " 425 2, 74 | Q[48], A[6]). Hence to speak evil of fault is worse than 426 2, 74 | fault is worse than to ~speak evil of punishment, provided 427 2, 74 | backbiter and ~the derider to speak evil of fault, whereas it 428 2, 74 | we understand it here, to speak evil of punishment, and ~ 429 2, 75 | apart from fraud, we may speak of buying and selling in 430 2, 75 | Para. 3/4~Secondly we may speak of buying and selling, considered 431 2, 77 | 1/3~I answer that, If we speak of good and evil in general, 432 2, 77 | the ~principal part, so to speak, thereof. Declining from 433 2, 77 | a. ~material part, so to speak, thereof, and a necessary 434 2, 79 | cultured persons ere ~wont to speak of religion as being exhibited, 435 2, 79 | memory or presence: we even speak of cultivating ~things that 436 2, 80 | directed also to men; for we speak ~of people being devout 437 2, 81 | x) that "to pray is to speak." Now ~speech belongs to 438 2, 81 | evident that ~prayer, as we speak of it now, is an act of 439 2, 81 | with reverence and, so to speak, presents it to Him, ~as 440 2, 81 | even as if he ~were to speak to another man without attending 441 2, 81 | When you are praying, speak not much." Now one who prays 442 2, 81 | prays a ~long time needs to speak much, especially if his 443 2, 81 | 1~I answer that, We may speak about prayer in two ways: 444 2, 81 | same as to pray long; to speak long is one thing, to be ~ 445 2, 82 | belongs to dulia, and we shall speak of ~it further on (Q[103]). 446 2, 83 | s good, which is, so to speak, offered to God in martyrdom, 447 2, 83 | be done ~thereto, thus we speak of offering money or bread 448 2, 84 | mediator and stands, so to speak, ~"between" the people and 449 2, 87 | distant things: and yet men speak about such things, ~and 450 2, 87 | God is my witness," or, "I speak before God," or, "By ~God," 451 2, 88 | unclean spirit (Mk. 1:25), "Speak no more, and go out of the 452 2, 88 | demons, ~however much they speak the truth."~Aquin.: SMT 453 2, 88 | words. But it is useless to speak to one ~that understands 454 2, 89 | 83]~). Wherefore we must speak now of praise. Under this 455 2, 89 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: We may speak of God in two ways. First, 456 2, 89 | Thee." ~Secondly, we may speak of God as to His effects 457 2, 90 | Reply OBJ 1: Just as we speak metaphorically of good among 458 2, 90 | among evil ~things - thus we speak of a good thief - so too 459 2, 92 | religion. For just as we ~speak univocally of the desire 460 2, 92 | happiness, so too, seemingly, we speak univocally of the worship 461 2, 93 | however ~much he may seem to speak the truth. For it is wicked, 462 2, 93 | in a vision, or I ~will speak to him in a dream." Sometimes, 463 2, 94 | cast out devils, they shall speak with new tongues, they shall ~ 464 2, 95 | sometimes by deeds. Now ~we speak with God in words when we 465 2, 96 | doubting whether the ~man will speak the truth). "This is the 466 2, 97 | persons of the saints, so to ~speak, are reverenced and honored. 467 2, 99 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: We must speak differently of one who is 468 2, 107 | A[3] R.O. 3 Para. 2/3~We speak of the truth of justice 469 2, 107 | with the truth of which we ~speak now, as neither has the 470 2, 108 | Thou wilt destroy all that speak a ~lie," says "that there 471 2, 108 | promises, because he does not speak contrary to what he has 472 2, 108 | Thou wilt destroy all that speak a lie," and (Wis. 1:11): " 473 2, 108 | Thou wilt destroy all that speak a ~lie."~Aquin.: SMT SS 474 2, 109 | Now to pretend and to ~speak craftily savor of dissimulation: 475 2, 109 | into ~heaven, He was, so to speak, held back on earth by their 476 2, 111 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, To speak so as to belittle oneself 477 2, 111 | 26:25): "When he shall speak low, ~trust him not: because 478 2, 111 | it ~belongs to irony to speak low. Therefore it contains 479 2, 111 | Ethic. iv, 7): "Those who speak ~with irony and belittle 480 2, 113 | were to wish always to ~speak pleasantly to others, he 481 2, 113 | OBJ 1: The passages quoted speak of the flatterer who praises ~ 482 2, 114 | 1~I answer that, We can speak of each of these sins in 483 2, 115 | perfection, of which we shall ~speak farther on (Q[184], Q[186], 484 2, 115 | frees it [liberat], so to ~speak, from his keeping and ownership, 485 2, 116 | OBJ 1: These authorities speak of covetousness on the part 486 2, 120 | the decalogue are, so to speak, first and ~common principles 487 2, 121 | virtue fades away, so to speak, in the ~presence of great 488 2, 121 | Fortitude is higher, so to speak, than the ~rest."~Aquin.: 489 2, 121 | which being ~higher so to speak than the others, is applicable 490 2, 122 | 2~I answer that, We may speak of an act of virtue in two 491 2, 122 | that one may meet ~with, speak of martyrdom by way of similitude.~ 492 2, 125 | sense of excess, thus we speak of anger meaning ~not any 493 2, 131 | conceit than ~seven men that speak sentences." For nothing 494 2, 132 | According to De Coelo i, 16, "we speak of virtue in ~relation to 495 2, 134 | De Patientia i) that "we speak of patience in God, not 496 2, 139 | savor is additional, so to ~speak, whereas the pleasure of 497 2, 142 | disgrace is penal so to speak, and it consists in the ~ 498 2, 142 | Nemesius, De Nat. Hom. ~xx), we speak of a person "blushing," 499 2, 143 | and the features, so to speak, of honesty; and were it 500 2, 151 | result is that it makes a man speak without weighing or giving


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