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a-coming 1
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698 opinion
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 5 | desirable (as shown above AA[1],3). Now a ~thing is said 2 1, 12 | For it was shown above (AA[2],9) that the knowledge 3 1, 13 | was shown ~above (Q[12], AA[11],12) that in this life 4 1, 13 | from what has been said ~(AA 1,2) that they have diverse 5 1, 14 | cognitive, as shown above (AA[1],2). ~Whence it is manifest 6 1, 14 | others, as shown ~above (AA 2,5), it seems that He does 7 1, 20 | essence, as above shown (Q[6], AA[1],3). And ~by the fact 8 1, 20 | For it has been shown (AA[2],3), ~that God's loving 9 1, 21 | as shown ~above (Q[6], AA[1],4); in so far as perfections 10 1, 22 | also been shown (Q[14], AA[6],11) that God knows all ~ 11 1, 22 | was said above (Q[19], AA[5],8).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 12 1, 23 | as was said above (Q[22], AA[1],2). But other creatures 13 1, 23 | as was ~also said (Q[22], AA[1],2). The end towards which 14 1, 23 | shown previously (Q[21], AA[3],4).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 15 1, 23 | as stated above (Q[20], AA[2],3): - election, ~inasmuch 16 1, 23 | treated of the infinite (Q[7], AA[2],3). Now whosoever intends 17 1, 25 | above (Q[3], A[2]; Q[4], AA[1], 2), that God is pure 18 1, 26 | as was said above (Q[6], AA[2],4). But it is ~quite 19 1, 27 | exists in God, is God (Q[3], AA[3],4); whereas the ~same 20 1, 28 | above explained (Q[27], AA[2],4), these relations, ~ 21 1, 28 | above explained (Q[14], AA[3],4; Q[19], A[8]). Therefore 22 1, 29 | as stated above ~(Q[28], AA[2],3), while relation in 23 1, 30 | show ~further on (Q[42], AA[1], 4).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 24 1, 30 | laid down above (Q[27]~, AA[3],4). We must frequently 25 1, 30 | above explained (Q[27], AA[1],4).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 26 1, 30 | persons is the same (Q[42], ~AA[1],4), and the same is not 27 1, 32 | followed him in this (Q[27]~, AA[1],3). Therefore the trinity 28 1, 32 | above explained (Q[12], AA[4],12), man ~cannot obtain 29 1, 34 | distinguished by origin (Q[27], AA[3],4,5). Hence the term " 30 1, 34 | was ~proved above (Q[14], AA[4],5). Whereas to "speak" 31 1, 34 | as stated above (Q[14], AA[2],4). Now the Son is God 32 1, 36 | it was said above (Q[27], AA[2],4; Q[28], A[4]), that 33 1, 37 | since as shown above (Q[27], AA[2],3,4,5), ~there are two 34 1, 39 | above explained (Q[13], AA[1],3). And since created 35 1, 39 | above explained (Q[13], AA[1],2), divine things are ~ 36 1, 41 | above (Q[27], A[2]; Q[33], AA[2]~,3) that paternity, filiation 37 1, 42 | precedes (Q[27], A[2]; Q[33], AA[2]~,3), it is evident that 38 1, 43 | explained above (Q[42], AA[4],6).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 39 1, 43 | procession, as ~expounded above (AA[1],4). But the procession 40 1, 43 | answer that, As above stated (AA[3],4,5), mission in its 41 1, 44 | also it was shown (Q[11], AA[3],4) that subsisting being 42 1, 45 | been shown above (Q[44], AA[1],2), that nothing can 43 1, 45 | the infinity of God (Q[7], AA[2],3,4). Therefore only 44 1, 45 | we have said above (Q[7], AA[1],2). Therefore no created 45 1, 46 | appears from the above (Q[44], AA[2],3,4). Since ~therefore 46 1, 46 | divine intellect (Q[14], AA[7],12).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 47 1, 46 | was said above ~(Q[45], AA[2],3). Hence a thing is 48 1, 48 | As was said above (Q[47], AA[1],2), the perfection of 49 1, 49 | above (Q[2]~, A[3]; Q[6], AA[1],4), it follows that also 50 1, 49 | above (Q[2], A[3]; Q[6], AA[2],4). Therefore, also, 51 1, 49 | cause, as ~was said above (AA[1],2). But we cannot proceed 52 1, 49 | as was shown above (Q[6], AA[3],4). But nothing can be 53 1, 49 | what was said above (Q[48], AA[1], 2,3), it is opposed 54 1, 60 | was said above ~(Q[56], AA[1],2). Therefore it seems 55 1, 62 | was observed above (Q[58], AA[3]~,4), is straightway in 56 1, 62 | was shown above (Q[12], AA[4],5), when we were treating 57 1, 62 | from what has ~gone before (AA[1],2; Q[12], AA[4],5), ultimate 58 1, 62 | before (AA[1],2; Q[12], AA[4],5), ultimate beatitude 59 1, 62 | shown above (A[1]; Q[58], AA[3],4). But as the ~angel 60 1, 64 | who are damned (SP, Q[98], AA[1], 2).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 61 1, 74 | also has been shown (Q[67], AA[1],4; Q[69], A[1]~). Secondly, 62 1, 75 | Now it was ~shown above (AA[2],3) that the souls of 63 1, 77 | have seen above (Q[76], AA[3],4). Therefore by the 64 1, 77 | have said above (Q[75], AA[2],3; Q[76], A[1], ad ~1), 65 1, 77 | As we have said already (AA[5],6,7), all the powers 66 1, 37 | since as shown above (Q[27], AA[2],3,4,5), ~there are two 67 1, 39 | above explained (Q[13], AA[1],3). And since created 68 1, 39 | above explained (Q[13], AA[1],2), divine things are ~ 69 1, 41 | above (Q[27], A[2]; Q[33], AA[2]~,3) that paternity, filiation 70 1, 42 | precedes (Q[27], A[2]; Q[33], AA[2]~,3), it is evident that 71 1, 43 | explained above (Q[42], AA[4],6).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 72 1, 43 | procession, as ~expounded above (AA[1],4). But the procession 73 1, 43 | answer that, As above stated (AA[3],4,5), mission in its 74 1, 45 | also it was shown (Q[11], AA[3],4) that subsisting being 75 1, 46 | been shown above (Q[44], AA[1],2), that nothing can 76 1, 46 | the infinity of God (Q[7], AA[2],3,4). Therefore only 77 1, 46 | we have said above (Q[7], AA[1],2). Therefore no created 78 1, 47 | appears from the above (Q[44], AA[2],3,4). Since ~therefore 79 1, 47 | divine intellect (Q[14], AA[7],12).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 80 1, 47 | was said above ~(Q[45], AA[2],3). Hence a thing is 81 1, 49 | As was said above (Q[47], AA[1],2), the perfection of 82 1, 50 | above (Q[2]~, A[3]; Q[6], AA[1],4), it follows that also 83 1, 50 | above (Q[2], A[3]; Q[6], AA[2],4). Therefore, also, 84 1, 50 | cause, as ~was said above (AA[1],2). But we cannot proceed 85 1, 50 | as was shown above (Q[6], AA[3],4). But nothing can be 86 1, 50 | what was said above (Q[48], AA[1], 2,3), it is opposed 87 1, 61 | was said above ~(Q[56], AA[1],2). Therefore it seems 88 1, 63 | was observed above (Q[58], AA[3]~,4), is straightway in 89 1, 63 | was shown above (Q[12], AA[4],5), when we were treating 90 1, 63 | from what has ~gone before (AA[1],2; Q[12], AA[4],5), ultimate 91 1, 63 | before (AA[1],2; Q[12], AA[4],5), ultimate beatitude 92 1, 63 | shown above (A[1]; Q[58], AA[3],4). But as the ~angel 93 1, 65 | who are damned (SP, Q[98], AA[1], 2).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 94 1, 73 | also has been shown (Q[67], AA[1],4; Q[69], A[1]~). Secondly, 95 1, 74 | Now it was ~shown above (AA[2],3) that the souls of 96 1, 76 | have seen above (Q[76], AA[3],4). Therefore by the 97 1, 76 | have said above (Q[75], AA[2],3; Q[76], A[1], ad ~1), 98 1, 76 | As we have said already (AA[5],6,7), all the powers 99 1, 81 | have said above (Q[78], AA[5],8). Therefore the irascible ~ 100 1, 82 | have said above (Q[82], AA[1],2). But on the part of 101 1, 82 | desire of ~happiness (Q[82], AA[1],2). Wherefore it is against 102 1, 83 | as we have said above (AA[4]~,5). Moreover he held 103 1, 83 | have spoken above (Q[79], AA[3],4) causes the phantasms 104 1, 86 | answer that, As stated above (AA[1],2) a thing is intelligible ~ 105 1, 88 | explained above ~(Q[84], AA[7],8). But death destroys 106 1, 89 | as we have ~proved (Q[3], AA[1],7; Q[9], A[1]).~Aquin.: 107 1, 89 | as proved above (Q[3], AA[1],8; ~and Q[75], A[1]), 108 1, 92 | we ~have explained above (AA[1],2); whereas in other 109 1, 92 | that, As above explained (AA[2],7), image means a likeness ~ 110 1, 92 | Persons, as above ~stated (AA[6],7), are distinguished 111 1, 102 | expounded above (Q[44], AA[1],2), that we must conclude 112 1, 102 | of the ~universe (Q[47], AA[1],2; Q[48], A[2]), and 113 1, 102 | as proved ~above (Q[44], AA[1],2). Wherefore, as there 114 1, 103 | said of the angels (Q[50], AA[2],5): and thus to be is 115 1, 106 | that, As was said above (AA[1],2), the angel speaks 116 1, 106 | operation, ~as explained above (AA[1],2,3). And the intellectual 117 1, 106 | that, As above explained (AA[1],2), the mental concept 118 1, 107 | that, As above explained (AA[4],7), ~the orders of the 119 1, 108 | explained above (Q[108], AA[4],7,8), order in the ~angels 120 1, 112 | have ~said above (Q[95], AA[1],3). But peril threatened 121 1, 112 | as we have said above (AA[1],4). Wherefore from the 122 1, 113 | explained above (Q[111], ~AA[3],4). It is said indeed 123 1, 116 | as stated above (Q[84], AA[3],4); but ~that the soul 124 1, 117 | as stated above (Q[84], AA[6],7; Q[85], A[1]). For 125 2, 2 | the body, as shown above ~(AA[4],5). Therefore it consists 126 2, 3 | state further on ~(Q[9], AA[1],3). Therefore happiness 127 2, 3 | from what has been ~said (AA[1],2; Q[2], A[7]) that happiness 128 2, 3 | consists, as stated above (AA[1],7; Q[2], A[8]).~Aquin.: 129 2, 4 | as stated above (Q[3], ~AA[2],5). But perfect operation 130 2, 4 | shown in the FP, Q[84], AA[6],7. Consequently that 131 2, 5 | perfect good, as stated above (AA[3],4). But since good is 132 2, 6 | voluntary, as stated above ~(AA[1],2). But knowledge involves 133 2, 7 | shall see further on (Q[18], AA[10],11; Q[73], A[7]). Thirdly, 134 2, 9 | stated above (Cf. FP, Q[84], AA[6],7) the sensitive ~appetite 135 2, 16 | as stated above (Q[15], AA[1],2,3). Now he ~alone who 136 2, 18 | stated in the FP, Q[5], AA[1],3. ~But God alone has 137 2, 18 | object, as stated above (AA[2],6). But it is impossible 138 2, 18 | answer that, As stated above (AA[2],5), every action takes 139 2, 19 | answer that, As stated above (AA[1],2), the goodness of the 140 2, 19 | willed, as stated above (AA[1],2), ~it must, of necessity, 141 2, 19 | what has been said above (AA[3],5), ~the will tends to 142 2, 20 | as stated above (Q[19], AA[1],2). But the external 143 2, 20 | versa, as stated above ~(AA[1],2). Therefore it is not 144 2, 20 | as we have already said (AA[1],2), these two goodnesses 145 2, 20 | the will, as stated above (AA[1],2).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 146 2, 20 | conversely, as stated above ~(AA[1],2). Therefore neither 147 2, 20 | cause, as stated above (AA[1],2).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 148 2, 21 | what ~has been said (Q[19], AA[3],4) that every voluntary 149 2, 21 | made clear above (Q[1], ~AA[1],2). Hence it follows 150 2, 24 | in regard to acts (Q[18], AA[5],6; Q[20], A[1]) - viz. 151 2, 25 | as ~stated above (Q[23], AA[3],4); but the presence 152 2, 27 | as stated above (Q[26], AA[1],2), love implies a ~certain 153 2, 28 | As stated above (Q[26], AA[1],2; Q[27], A[1]), love ~ 154 2, 30 | shall state later on (Q[31], AA[3],4): one is in the intelligible 155 2, 31 | as stated above (Q[23], AA[1],4): and in this ~sense 156 2, 31 | as stated above (Q[23], AA[1],4; Q[30], A[2]).~ 157 2, 32 | good, as stated above (AA[1],5; Q[31], A[1]). But 158 2, 35 | stated ~in the FP, Q[103], AA[1],3. Since then pleasure 159 2, 35 | as ~stated above (Q[22], AA[1],3): and especially those 160 2, 37 | as stated ~above (Q[22], AA[1],3). Therefore sorrow 161 2, 41 | thus we have ~said, Q[31], AA[1],3; Q[35], A[1], that 162 2, 41 | future, as stated above (AA[1], 2). But ~"shame regards 163 2, 45 | answer that, As stated above (AA[1],2) daring results from 164 2, 47 | answer that, As stated above (AA[2],3) unmerited contempt 165 2, 48 | what has been said ~(Q[47], AA[1],3), that the movement 166 2, 49 | As we have said above (AA[2],3), habit implies a ~ 167 2, 50 | have said above (Q[49], AA[2] seqq.), habit is a ~disposition 168 2, 50 | have said above (Q[49], AA[2],3), habit implies a ~ 169 2, 54 | was clearly stated above (AA[2],3).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 170 2, 56 | above (Q[9], A[1]; Q[17], AA[1],5; FP, Q[82], A[4]): 171 2, 56 | have said above (Q[25], AA[1],2,3; ~Q[27], A[4]; FP, 172 2, 57 | As stated above (Q[55], AA[3],4), a virtuous habit 173 2, 58 | explain further on (Q[64], AA[1],2,3). Therefore every ~ 174 2, 58 | as stated above (Q[57], AA[2]~,3,5). Neither are they 175 2, 58 | as stated above (Q[57], AA[5],6). Wherefore there can 176 2, 59 | 4]; Q[31], A[1]; Q[35], AA[1], 2). Therefore all ~the 177 2, 60 | As stated above (Q[58], AA[1],2,3), the moral virtues 178 2, 60 | we stated above ~(Q[25], AA[1],2,4; Q[27], A[4]). Therefore 179 2, 62 | show further ~on (Q[65], AA[2],5; SS, Q[23], A[7]).~ 180 2, 63 | have spoken above (Q[51], AA[2],3) in a general way ~ 181 2, 63 | as ~stated above (Q[55], AA[3],4), man's virtue perfects 182 2, 63 | as stated ~above (Q[19], AA[3],4), viz. human reason 183 2, 65 | we stated above (Q[61], ~AA[3],4), some distinguish 184 2, 65 | stated above (A[1]; Q[58], AA[4],5) that the ~other moral 185 2, 65 | explain further on (TP, Q[7], AA[3],4). Therefore charity 186 2, 66 | respective matters (Q[65]~, AA[1],2). In this way the connection 187 2, 67 | passion of hope (Q[40], AA[1],2). ~Therefore when we 188 2, 68 | as stated above (Q[9], AA[4],6): moreover the Philosopher 189 2, 68 | of God, as stated above (AA[1],2). But in so far ~as 190 2, 69 | what has ~been said (Q[68], AA[1],3, seqq.). Therefore 191 2, 71 | was shown above (Q[55], AA[3],4). ~Therefore vice is 192 2, 71 | as stated above (Q[63], AA[1]~,2,3). Therefore vice 193 2, 71 | above (Q[1], A[3]; Q[18], AA[4],6; Q[20], AA[2],3): wherefore ~ 194 2, 71 | Q[18], AA[4],6; Q[20], AA[2],3): wherefore ~Augustine ( 195 2, 72 | above (Q[1], A[3]; Q[18], AA[4],6). Since ~then sin is 196 2, 72 | above (Q[1], ~A[3]; Q[18], AA[4],6) that human acts take 197 2, 72 | As stated above (Q[71], AA[1],6), sin is an inordinate ~ 198 2, 72 | what has been said (Q[62], AA[1],2,3) that by the theological 199 2, 73 | as stated above (Q[65], AA[1],2). Now as the virtues 200 2, 73 | as stated above (Q[66], AA[1],2). Moreover, even if ~ 201 2, 74 | as stated above (Q[71], AA[1],6). Now some ~acts pass 202 2, 74 | answer that, As stated above (AA[2],3), sin may be found 203 2, 74 | we have ~clearly shown (AA[1],2,3). Now reason has 204 2, 74 | aeternae,' cf. FP, Q[15], AA[2],[3] where as in similar ~ 205 2, 75 | above (Q[1], A[3]; Q[18], AA[4],6), it follows that one 206 2, 76 | has already been stated (AA[1],2) that ~ignorance is 207 2, 77 | will, ~as stated above (AA[1],2; Q[10], A[3]); and 208 2, 77 | reason, as explained above ~(AA[1],2). Now it belongs to 209 2, 78 | the way already explained (AA[2],3), so that his choosing, 210 2, 79 | was shown above (Q[18], AA[2],8). Now whatever is the 211 2, 80 | as stated above (Q[9], AA[3],4,6), can be moved by 212 2, 80 | was shown above (Q[9], AA[3],4,6). Now God cannot 213 2, 80 | as ~stated above (Q[10], AA[1],2). Consequently neither 214 2, 80 | stated in the FP, Q[111], AA[2],3, ad 2, the devil cannot ~ 215 2, 80 | 110], A[2]; FP, Q[111], AA[2],3, ad 2. ~Therefore the 216 2, 81 | answer that, As stated above (AA[1],3), original sin is transmitted ~ 217 2, 81 | stated in the FP, Q[97], AA[1], 2, ad 4, immortality 218 2, 82 | as stated above (Q[77], ~AA[1],2; Q[80], A[2]). Hence 219 2, 83 | as stated above (Q[74], AA[1],2). Therefore original ~ 220 2, 84 | view, ~as stated above (AA[1],2).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 221 2, 85 | as stated above (Q[77], AA[1], 2). The result of this 222 2, 85 | above (Q[76], A[1]; Q[77], AA[3],5; Q[78], A[1]). Therefore 223 2, 85 | as was explained above (AA[1], 2), these four wounds 224 2, 85 | by sin, as stated above (AA[1]~,2), but is not entirely 225 2, 85 | above (Q[2], A[7]; Q[5]~, AA[3],4): and the form of the 226 2, 86 | as stated above (Q[74], ~AA[1],2). Now the will is in 227 2, 87 | as shown above (Q[74], AA[1]~,2). Therefore sin cannot 228 2, 88 | as stated above (Q[18], AA[4],6), it happens sometimes 229 2, 88 | different ways, as stated (AA[1],2).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 230 2, 88 | as stated above (Q[87], ~AA[3],5). It is also evident 231 2, 88 | A[1]; Q[18], A[5], ad 4; AA[10]~,11), when we were treating 232 2, 89 | as stated above (Q[10], AA[1],2, ad 3; Q[72], A[5]). 233 2, 91 | above (Q[90], A[1], ad 2; AA[3],4), a law is ~nothing 234 2, 91 | stated in the FP, Q[22], ~AA[1],2, that the whole community 235 2, 91 | as stated above (Q[90], AA[2],3,4). Wherefore Tully 236 2, 92 | above (Q[90], A[1], ad 2; AA[3],4), a law is ~nothing 237 2, 92 | as stated above (Q[90], AA[1],2; Q[91], A[4]). Again 238 2, 93 | As stated above (Q[90], AA[1],2), the law denotes a 239 2, 94 | Further, as stated above (AA[2],3), to the natural law 240 2, 94 | answer that, As stated above (AA[2],3), to the natural law 241 2, 94 | answer that, As stated above (AA[4],5), there belong to the 242 2, 95 | been stated above (Q[90], AA[1],2). But since ~human 243 2, 96 | as stated above ~(Q[90], AA[1],2). But human acts are 244 2, 96 | as stated above ~(Q[90], AA[1],2). But a measure should 245 2, 96 | As stated above (Q[90], AA[1],2), law is framed as 246 2, 96 | As stated above (Q[90], AA[1],2; A[3], ad 2), the notion ~ 247 2, 97 | as ~stated above (Q[90], AA[1],2). Therefore it should 248 2, 98 | For ~it has been stated (AA[1],2) that the Old Law was 249 2, 98 | Christ, as stated above (AA[2],3). But that salvation 250 2, 98 | Christ, as stated above (AA[2],3). But man needed this ~ 251 2, 98 | as stated above (Q[90], AA[2],3); wherefore at the 252 2, 99 | as stated above (Q[90], AA[2],3). ~Now there is but 253 2, 99 | as stated above (Q[91], ~AA[4],5; Q[98], A[5]). But 254 2, 99 | answer that, As stated above (AA[2],3), it belongs to the 255 2, 99 | been said above (Q[98], AA[1],2,3) that the Old Law 256 2, 100 | as stated above (Q[94], ~AA[2],4): from which principles 257 2, 100 | answer that, As stated above (AA[3],5, ad 1), the precepts 258 2, 100 | as stated above (Q[99], AA[3],4). But the ~determinations 259 2, 100 | has been stated (Q[99], AA[3],4), ~the judicial and 260 2, 101 | stated above (A[1]; Q[99], AA[3],4), the ceremonial ~precepts 261 2, 101 | precepts, as stated above ~(AA[1],2), are ordained to the 262 2, 101 | answer that, As stated above (AA[1],2), the ceremonial precepts 263 2, 102 | speaking of human laws (Q[96], AA[1]~,6), there is a reason 264 2, 103 | as stated above (Q[101], AA[1],2). Now external ~worship 265 2, 107 | As stated above (Q[106], AA[1],2), the New Law is called ~ 266 2, 107 | as stated above (Q[103], AA[3],4). ~Now the latter were 267 2, 108 | As stated above (Q[106], AA[1],2), the New Law consists ~ 268 2, 109 | commandments, as stated above (AA[2],3). ~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 269 2, 109 | assistance, as stated above (AA[2],3). Now that we ~need 270 2, 110 | as stated above (Q[109], AA[1],2,3). ~Therefore grace 271 2, 110 | as ~stated above (Q[57], AA[1],2). Therefore grace is 272 2, 111 | as stated above (Q[68], AA[1],4). But they are numbered ~ 273 2, 111 | Church, as stated above (AA[1],4). Hence gratuitous ~ 274 2, 112 | As stated above (Q[52], AA[1],2; Q[56], AA[1],2), habits ~ 275 2, 112 | Q[52], AA[1],2; Q[56], AA[1],2), habits ~can have 276 2, 113 | stated ~above (FP, Q[53], AA[2],3). In these, therefore, 277 2, 113 | stated above (FP, Q[85], AA[1],2). We must, ~therefore, 278 2, 113 | an end, ~as stated above (AA[1],6).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 279 2, 114 | answer that, As shown above (AA[1],3,4), our works are meritorious ~ 280 2, 114 | charity, as was shown above (AA[2], 4). Therefore no ~one 281 2, 114 | answer that, As stated above (AA[6],7), whatever the motion 282 2, 114 | Now as explained above (AA[6],7,8), ~that which is 283 2, 114 | motion, as stated above (AA[3],6), so have temporal 284 2, 1 | shall show further on (Q[4], AA[2],5). Therefore nothing ~ 285 2, 1 | explained ~in the FP, Q[14], AA[13],15: and it is thus that 286 2, 1 | answer that, As stated above (AA[4],6), to faith those things 287 2, 2 | as stated ~above (Q[1], AA[4],5). Since therefore all 288 2, 2 | stated above (FS, Q[114], AA[3],4), our actions are ~ 289 2, 2 | as stated above (Q[1], AA[4],5). Now the more a thing ~ 290 2, 4 | as stated above (Q[2], AA[2],3), which is an ~act 291 2, 4 | been already stated (Q[1], AA[1],4) that the object of 292 2, 4 | been stated above (Q[2], AA[1],2) that to believe is 293 2, 4 | stated above (FS, Q[18], AA[6],7; FS, Q[61], A[2]) when 294 2, 5 | stated above (FS, Q[52], AA[1],2; FS, Q[112], A[4]), ~ 295 2, 5 | as stated above ~(Q[2], AA[1],2; Q[4], A[2]). Consequently 296 2, 8 | as stated above (Q[1], ~AA[4],5). Much less, therefore, 297 2, 8 | stated above (FS, Q[68], AA[1],2) the gifts of the ~ 298 2, 8 | stated above (FS, Q[69], AA[2]~,4), and each of these, 299 2, 8 | as stated above (Q[4], AA[1],7). Therefore ~faith 300 2, 9 | stated ~above (FS, Q[68], AA[1],2), it seems that knowledge 301 2, 10 | stated above (FS, Q[74], AA[1],2), sin is said to be ~ 302 2, 10 | stated above (FS, Q[85], AA[2],4) mortal sin takes ~ 303 2, 10 | stated above (FS, Q[19], ~AA[9],10). Therefore we should 304 2, 12 | shown above (FS, Q[74], AA[3],10). Now ~blasphemy sometimes 305 2, 12 | answer that, As stated above (AA[1],3), detestation of the 306 2, 13 | explained above (FS, Q[78], AA[1]~,3), it is a sin "against 307 2, 14 | stated in the FP, Q[84], AA[7],8.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[15] 308 2, 15 | as stated above (Q[1], AA[1],7), it follows that, 309 2, 17 | was shown above (Q[17], AA[5],6; FS, Q[54], A[2]): 310 2, 18 | stated above (FS, Q[41], AA[2],3). But God is free ~ 311 2, 18 | evil, as ~explained above (AA[2],4). Hence fear considered 312 2, 18 | stated above (FS, Q[68], AA[1],3) that the gifts of 313 2, 18 | shown above (FS, Q[55], AA[3],4); for which reason 314 2, 18 | twofold, as stated above (AA[2],4); one is filial ~fear, 315 2, 18 | of fear, as stated above (AA[2],5; FS, Q[42], A[1]). ~ 316 2, 18 | wisdom, as stated above (AA[7],10).~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 317 2, 22 | shall state further on (AA[7],8). In this way prudence ~ 318 2, 24 | stated above (A[3]; Q[23], AA[1],5), wherefore we ought 319 2, 24 | the statement ~made above (AA[2],3), that a thing may 320 2, 24 | As stated above (Q[23], AA[1],5), the friendship of ~ 321 2, 25 | stated above (A[2]; Q[25], AA[1],12). Now sometimes our 322 2, 25 | as stated above ~(Q[25], AA[1],12), God is loved as 323 2, 25 | was shown above (Q[24], AA[4],10,11). Hence it ~is 324 2, 25 | answer that, As stated above (AA[9],11), a thing is loved 325 2, 25 | of charity given above (AA[2],3,4) is derived from 326 2, 25 | because, as we stated above (AA[7],9), the degrees of love 327 2, 25 | loves, as stated ~above (AA[7],9). Moreover it is for 328 2, 26 | above (Q[17], A[8]; Q[19], AA[4],7,10).~Aquin.: SMT SS 329 2, 27 | stated above (FS, Q[25], AA[1],2,3), when we were ~treating 330 2, 27 | stated above (FS, Q[25], AA[1],2), when we were treating 331 2, 27 | was shown above ~(Q[24], AA[4],7). When once, however, 332 2, 27 | stated above (FS, Q[55], AA[2],4), virtue is an ~operative 333 2, 27 | the passions (FS, Q[25], AA[2],4) that love is the first ~ 334 2, 28 | stated ~above (FS, Q[69], AA[1],3). It is also numbered 335 2, 28 | shown above (FS, Q[59], ~AA[4],5), it follows that mercy 336 2, 30 | as stated above (Q[30], AA[1],2). ~Hence it is clear 337 2, 30 | as ~stated above (Q[30], AA[1],2), so too, properly 338 2, 31 | stated above (FS, Q[85], AA[1],2), does not destroy 339 2, 32 | shown above (FS, ~Q[25], AA[1],2). Therefore hatred 340 2, 32 | stated above (FS, Q[84], AA[3],4), a capital vice is ~ 341 2, 33 | stated above (FS, Q[88], AA[1],2), mortal sin is so ~ 342 2, 33 | stated above (FS, Q[84], AA[3],4), a capital vice is ~ 343 2, 35 | as stated above ~(Q[29], AA[1],3) concord results from 344 2, 35 | been stated above (Q[29], AA[1],3, ad 2) that the concord 345 2, 39 | stated above (FS, Q[25], AA[1],2), all the irascible ~ 346 2, 41 | stated above (FS, Q[75], AA[2],3; FS, Q[80], A[1]), ~ 347 2, 41 | stated above (FS, Q[74], ~AA[1],2). Now it is written ( 348 2, 41 | Q[1], ~A[3]; FS, Q[18], AA[4],6). Hence, just as theft 349 2, 41 | charity, as stated above (AA[2],3). ~Therefore scandal 350 2, 42 | above (Q[25], A[12]; Q[26], AA[1],2). It is therefore evident 351 2, 44 | stated above (FS, Q[48]~, AA[2],3,4), produces a great 352 2, 45 | stated above (FS, Q[25], AA[1],2). Accordingly prudence 353 2, 45 | As stated above (Q[45], AA[1],3), wisdom considers 354 2, 45 | reason, as stated above (AA[1],2). But ~"reason deals 355 2, 47 | As stated above (Q[47], AA[3],6), prudence applies ~ 356 2, 47 | as stated above (Q[8], AA[1],8). But ~prudence is 357 2, 47 | as stated above (Q[47], ~AA[3],6), it applies the knowledge 358 2, 47 | as stated above (Q[47], AA[3],6). Now this ~primary 359 2, 47 | things, as shown above (Q[8], AA[1],2). It is ~in another 360 2, 47 | above (Q[47], A[1], ad 2, AA[6],13), prudence ~is properly 361 2, 48 | As stated above (Q[47], AA[8],10), it belongs to prudence ~ 362 2, 49 | Q[1], A[3]; FS, ~Q[18], AA[4],6). Now {euboulia} (deliberating 363 2, 50 | 47], A[1], ad 2; Q[51], AA[1],2). Therefore counsel 364 2, 51 | reason, as stated above (AA[2],5), it ~follows that 365 2, 54 | Q[44], A[1]; FS, Q[99], AA[1],5). Hence it ~behooved 366 2, 56 | shall state further on ~(AA[7],12).~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 367 2, 56 | multitude, as shown above (AA[5],6). Therefore there is ~ 368 2, 56 | stated above (FS, Q[61], AA[3],4), the cardinal virtues ~ 369 2, 56 | answer that, As stated above (AA[8],10), the matter of justice 370 2, 57 | above about justice (Q[58], AA[5],6). Secondly we ~speak 371 2, 58 | as stated above (Q[58], AA[8],10,11; Q[59], A[1], ad 372 2, 59 | As stated above (Q[58], AA[7],8), particular justice 373 2, 59 | As stated above (Q[51], AA[8],10), justice is about ~ 374 2, 63 | above (Q[61], A[1]; Q[64], AA[2],5), it may happen ~that 375 2, 64 | as stated above ~(Q[57], AA[2],3). Hence the ownership 376 2, 64 | as stated above (Q[55], AA[4],5). Therefore theft is 377 2, 64 | sinful, as stated above (AA[4],6), ~on account of the 378 2, 65 | stated above (A[1]; Q[60], AA[2],6) it is the duty of ~ 379 2, 65 | from what has been said (AA[2],3), ~with regard to the 380 2, 66 | As stated above (Q[33], AA[6],7; Q[67], A[3], ad 2), 381 2, 67 | as ~shown above (Q[55], AA[3], seqq.). His conduct 382 2, 69 | other works of mercy (Q[32], AA[5],9). Now no man is ~sufficient 383 2, 70 | stated above (FS, Q[88], AA[4],6). Hence if by ~reason 384 2, 71 | Q[65], A[4]; FS, Q[6], AA[5],8).~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 385 2, 77 | as stated above (Q[58], AA[6],7), omission ~is a special 386 2, 78 | state further on (Q[109], AA[1],3). "Discipline" is ~ 387 2, 79 | Q[58], A[3]; FS, Q[55], AA[3],4) "a ~virtue is that 388 2, 79 | reason it was stated (Q[1], AA[1],2,4) that God is ~the 389 2, 80 | stated above (FS, Q[21], ~AA[34]). But devotion has a 390 2, 81 | disproved in the FP, Q[19], AA[7],8; FP, Q[22], AA[2],4; ~ 391 2, 81 | 19], AA[7],8; FP, Q[22], AA[2],4; ~FP, Q[115], A[6]; 392 2, 81 | As stated above (Q[81], AA[2],4), it belongs properly 393 2, 81 | as stated above (Q[25], AA[1],12; Q[27], A[2]; ~Q[31], 394 2, 81 | treatise ~on charity (Q[25], AA[8],9), how we are bound 395 2, 81 | charity, as stated ~above (AA[7],8), the greater the charity 396 2, 81 | as stated ~above (Q[82], AA[1],2).~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 397 2, 81 | things, as stated above (AA[6],7). Accordingly ~if this 398 2, 82 | what we have said (Q[81], AA[2],4) that it ~is proper 399 2, 83 | FS, Q[2], A[8]; FS, Q[3], AA[1],7,8). Wherefore just 400 2, 83 | stated above (FS, Q[18], AA[6],7), where an act of one ~ 401 2, 83 | as ~stated above (Q[2], AA 6,7).~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[85] 402 2, 83 | himself as explained above (AA[2],3).~ 403 2, 84 | stated above (FS, Q[103], AA[3]~,4). Now the offering 404 2, 86 | answer that, As stated above (AA[1],2), a vow is a promise 405 2, 86 | what has been said above (AA[1],2) that a vow is ~a promise 406 2, 86 | answer that, As stated above (AA[1],2), a vow is a promise 407 2, 87 | regard to vows (Q[88], ~AA[8],9).~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 408 2, 88 | adjuring, as explained above ~(AA[1],2). One is by way of 409 2, 90 | Q[1], A[3]; FS, Q[18], AA[2],6).~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 410 2, 93 | answer that, As stated above (AA[1],2), the operation of 411 2, 93 | answer that, As stated above (AA[2],6), divination is superstitious ~ 412 2, 93 | bodies, as stated above (AA[5],6): ~secondly, that they 413 2, 98 | shown above (FS, Q[74], AA[1],2; FS, Q[77], A[7]). 414 2, 100 | explained above (Q[101], AA[1],3; Q[80]), according 415 2, 102 | answer that, As stated above (AA[1],4), he who obeys is moved 416 2, 106 | stated above (FS, Q[6], ~AA[5],6).~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 417 2, 108 | stated above (FS, Q[18], AA[6],7).~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 418 2, 109 | As stated above (Q[55], AA[3],4,5), the vice directly ~ 419 2, 111 | As stated above (Q[110], AA[2],4), one lie is more ~ 420 2, 112 | as stated above (Q[59], AA[1],2). Now, according to ~ 421 2, 113 | as stated ~above (Q[73], AA[2],3). Therefore flattery 422 2, 113 | concerning scandal (Q[43], AA[3],4). If, ~however, one 423 2, 115 | Q[58], A[9]; ~FS, Q[60], AA[2],3): whereas liberality 424 2, 116 | that covetousness is not aa sin. For covetousness ~[ 425 2, 116 | as stated above (Q[66], AA[6],8). Yet venial sin ~may 426 2, 116 | stated above (FS, Q[84], AA[3],4), those vices are ~ 427 2, 116 | stated ~above (FS, Q[1], AA[4],7,8): wherefore the more 428 2, 119 | Q[68], A[1]; FS, Q[69], AA[1],3), ~the gifts of the 429 2, 120 | decalogue, as stated above (AA[2],3), it ~remained for 430 2, 120 | as stated above (Q[104], AA[5],6, ad 1). ~Wherefore 431 2, 120 | as stated above (Q[101], AA[1],2). Therefore ~it was 432 2, 121 | stated above (FS, Q[61], AA[3],4), the term ~"fortitude" 433 2, 121 | stated above (FS, Q[42], AA[3],5) in the treatise on ~ 434 2, 121 | stated above (FS, Q[31], AA[3],4,5) where we were ~treating 435 2, 121 | stated above (FS, Q[61], AA[3],4), those virtues are ~ 436 2, 122 | As stated above (Q[123], AA[1],3), it belongs to virtue ~ 437 2, 122 | as shown above (Q[109], AA[1],2; Q[123], A[12]). And 438 2, 122 | As stated above (Q[123], AA[4],5), fortitude regards 439 2, 122 | as stated ~above (Q[110], AA[3],4), avoidance of a lie, 440 2, 123 | as stated above (Q[123], ~AA[4],5). But the sin of fear 441 2, 126 | As stated above (Q[123], AA[3],6), the act of ~fortitude 442 2, 127 | as stated above ~(Q[103], AA[1],2); and because it is 443 2, 127 | we have stated ~(Q[123], AA[4],5) with regard to fortitude 444 2, 127 | honors, as stated above (AA[1],2): and honor, considered 445 2, 127 | stated above (FS, Q[5], AA[3],7). ~Hence nothing hinders 446 2, 129 | As stated above (Q[103], AA[1],2), honor denotes ~reverence 447 2, 130 | as stated above (Q[129], ~AA[1],2), it follows that it 448 2, 130 | state farther on (Q[152], AA[1],2), ~denotes inordinate 449 2, 130 | Q[35], A[4]; FS, Q[84], ~AA[3],4), the vices which by 450 2, 130 | excellence, as stated ~above (AA[1],4): and to this end a 451 2, 132 | as stated above (Q[129], AA[1],2). Therefore it belongs 452 2, 135 | Q[123], A[2]; FS, Q[61], AA[3],4), a ~principal virtue 453 2, 136 | As stated above (Q[137], AA[1],2), perseverance is ~ 454 2, 137 | stated above (FS, Q[68], AA[1],2) that the ~gifts regard 455 2, 139 | shall state further on (AA[4],5). Hence tranquillity 456 2, 139 | shall state ~further on (AA[4],5; Q[142], A[4]), wherefore 457 2, 139 | stated above (FS, Q[23], AA[1],2; FS, Q[25], A[1]), 458 2, 140 | stated in the FP, Q[84], AA[7],8, ~man needs to sustain 459 2, 140 | as stated above (Q[141], AA[2],3). Wherefore it is written ( 460 2, 142 | answer that, As stated above (AA[1],2) shamefacedness is 461 2, 143 | as stated above ~(Q[103], AA[1],2). But one attests only 462 2, 145 | Q[90], A[2]; FS, Q[98], AA[2],6), ~general precepts 463 2, 145 | answer that, As stated above (AA[1],3), fasting is directed 464 2, 145 | answer that, As stated above (AA[1],3,5), fasting is directed 465 2, 146 | answer that, As stated above (AA[1],2,3), gluttony consists 466 2, 151 | Q[148], A[5]; FS, Q[84], AA[3],4), a ~capital vice is 467 2, 152 | answer that, As stated above (AA[1],6) wherever we find something ~ 468 2, 152 | stated above (FS, Q[18], AA[6],7), the act of a virtue ~ 469 2, 152 | answer that, As stated above (AA[6],9) wherever there occurs 470 2, 153 | as stated above (Q[123], AA[3],4). Now it ~is to be 471 2, 153 | as stated above (Q[152], AA[4],5). Secondly it may be ~ 472 2, 155 | anger, as stated above (AA[1],2). Therefore both clemency 473 2, 156 | answer that, As stated above (AA[1],2), the inordinateness 474 2, 160 | excellence, as stated above (AA[1],2). Wherefore pride must ~ 475 2, 160 | As stated above (Q[161], AA[2], 6), humility observes 476 2, 160 | answer that, As stated above (AA[1],2,3), pride denotes immoderate ~ 477 2, 160 | answer that, As stated above (AA[2],5, ad 1) pride may be 478 2, 164 | As stated above (Q[141], AA[3],4,5), it belongs to ~ 479 2, 168 | as stated ~above (Q[154], AA[1],8).~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 480 2, 168 | As stated above (Q[122], AA[1],4) the precepts of the ~ 481 2, 169 | stated above (FS, ~Q[65], AA[1],2) that all the virtues 482 2, 169 | from what has been said (AA[1],3,5), ~prophecy is a 483 2, 170 | as stated above (Q[171], AA[2],3). Now the demons do 484 2, 175 | stated above (FS, Q[111], AA[1],4). Now the knowledge 485 2, 178 | from what has been said (AA[1],2,3) that four ~things 486 2, 178 | discussed above (Q[175], ~AA[4],5), where we spoke of 487 2, 178 | motive, as ~stated above (AA[1],2, ad 1), it follows 488 2, 179 | as stated above ~(Q[58], AA[2],8; FS, Q[60], AA[2],3). 489 2, 179 | 58], AA[2],8; FS, Q[60], AA[2],3). Therefore the acts 490 2, 179 | stated ~above (FS, Q[18], AA[4],6), wherefore the knowledge 491 2, 181 | as we have said above (AA[2],3). Therefore state is 492 2, 182 | what we ~have said above (AA[5],6).~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 493 2, 184 | As stated above (Q[184], AA[4],6) religion denotes the ~ 494 2, 184 | Now, as stated above, (AA[1],2), it belongs properly 495 2, 184 | answer that, As stated above (AA[2],3) the religious state 496 2, 184 | to God, as ~stated above (AA[1],3). Hence their obedience 497 2, 184 | from what has been said (AA[3],4,5) that poverty, continence, 498 2, 184 | holocausts, as ~stated above (AA[1],3, ad 6). Therefore the 499 2, 185 | As stated above (Q[186], AA[1],7, ad 1), the religious ~ 500 2, 186 | stated in the FP, Q[6]~, AA[2],3,4. Now as Gregory says (


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