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St. Thomas Aquinas
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1 1, 1 | 48), whenever anything is simply related; it is called etiology ~ 2 1, 4 | material principle must be simply potential, and ~thus most 3 1, 5 | is, in consequence, said simply to have being, accordingly 4 1, 5 | everything is said to have being simply; but by any ~further actuality 5 1, 5 | not take a thing out of ~simply potential being; because 6 1, 5 | perfection is said to be simply good; but that which has 7 1, 5 | is not said to be perfect simply nor ~good simply, but only 8 1, 5 | perfect simply nor ~good simply, but only relatively. In 9 1, 5 | being a thing is said to be simply, and to be ~good relatively ( 10 1, 5 | relatively, and to be good ~simply. Hence the saying of Boethius ( 11 1, 5 | referred to a thing's goodness simply, and having ~being simply. 12 1, 5 | simply, and having ~being simply. Because, regarded in its 13 1, 5 | primal actuality, a thing simply ~exists; and regarded in 14 1, 5 | complete actuality, it is good simply - in ~such sort that even 15 1, 5 | non-existence we understand not simply those things ~which do not 16 1, 6 | God is the supreme good simply, and not only as existing ~ 17 1, 13 | creatures, being Himself ~simply and universally perfect. 18 1, 13 | pre-exist in God unitedly and ~simply, whereas in creatures they 19 1, 13 | others should exist in Him simply and unitedly. Thus it ~comes 20 1, 13 | effects ~resides in the agent simply, and in the same manner; 21 1, 13 | does not signify form, but ~simply existence itself. Hence 22 1, 14 | creatures exists in ~God simply and unitedly (Q[13], A[4]). 23 1, 14 | among inferior beings, exist simply and ~unitedly in God; hence, 24 1, 14 | immaterially, and composite things ~simply, so likewise He knows enunciable 25 1, 14 | an operative end it is ~simply practical.~Aquin.: SMT FP 26 1, 16 | true regards being itself simply and immediately; while ~ 27 1, 16 | greater than the soul, not simply, but in a certain degree, ~ 28 1, 17 | every thing is denominated simply by what belongs to ~it " 29 1, 17 | indeed may be called false simply when compared ~with the 30 1, 17 | things are said to be false simply and in themselves, in so 31 1, 17 | can be called false; not simply, but relatively; ~and that 32 1, 17 | case they would be false simply, but as ~compared with our 33 1, 18 | that those things ~have simply being in the divine mind 34 1, 19 | account of no cause, ~depends simply on his will. If, therefore, 35 1, 19 | that all things made depend simply on His will, and have no ~ 36 1, 19 | justice exacts. Nor do we will simply, what we will antecedently, 37 1, 19 | qualifications. Hence we will a thing simply inasmuch as we ~will it 38 1, 19 | that a just ~judge wills simply the hanging of a murderer, 39 1, 19 | clear that whatever God simply wills takes place; although ~ 40 1, 19 | deny free-will to God not simply, but only ~as regards the 41 1, 23 | will, ~which is to will not simply but relatively; and not 42 1, 23 | will, which is to will simply.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[23] A[ 43 1, 24 | are not said to be chosen simply, but relatively. Likewise 44 1, 24 | written in the book of life simply, but relatively; that is 45 1, 24 | down in the book of life simply, ~because they are written 46 1, 24 | in the book of life not simply, but ~relatively, for they 47 1, 25 | that God is pure act, simply and in ~all ways perfect, 48 1, 25 | happen. Wherefore ~we must simply say that God can do other 49 1, 30 | God, ~and are introduced simply in a negative and removing 50 1, 32 | ordered to any act, but simply remove created ~conditions 51 1, 35 | image in man, man is not simply called ~the image, but " 52 1, 37 | respect of each procession simply. For as when a thing is ~ 53 1, 39 | that it is better to say simply that the affirmative ~proposition 54 1, 40 | origin, in the passive sense, simply ~precedes the personal properties 55 1, 43 | itself, it would not be simply said that the Holy Ghost ~ 56 1, 45 | imperfect: thus generation is simply nobler and ~more excellent 57 1, 45 | the term "wherefrom" is simply not-being.~Aquin.: SMT FP 58 1, 45 | form. But generation taken simply, or relatively, whereby ~ 59 1, 45 | because no creature has simply an infinite power, any more 60 1, 45 | asserted that they pre-exist "simply." ~Others, however, said 61 1, 46 | Aristotle's reasons (Phys. viii) simply, but relatively, ~demonstrative - 62 1, 46 | text 120) ~does not prove simply that incorruptible things 63 1, 48 | are said to be genera not simply, but in ~regard to contraries; 64 1, 49 | in the greater number is simply false. For things ~which 65 1, 50 | material. Therefore he is not simply ~incorporeal."~Aquin.: SMT 66 1, 50 | OBJ 4: Every creature is simply finite, inasmuch as its 67 1, 51 | effectively is a perfection simply speaking; ~hence it belongs 68 1, 53 | 3: Further, movement is simply because of want. But the 69 1, 54 | species; God's being alone is ~simply infinite, comprehending 70 1, 55 | essence, which is infinite, simply and perfectly to ~comprise 71 1, 55 | lower manner, and less simply. Consequently it is necessary 72 1, 57 | pre-exist in the angels more ~simply and less materially even 73 1, 58 | affirmed of angels and demons simply by way ~of similitude, forasmuch 74 1, 58 | syllogisms: for he ~understands simply, such things as are composite, 75 1, 58 | dividing, but by knowing simply the nature of ~a thing.~ 76 1, 58 | their ~opinions of things simply according to the natural 77 1, 65 | harmful to themselves seems simply ~evil. For they do not reflect 78 1, 66 | supervening form ~would not simply make an actual being, but ' 79 1, 69 | is to be ~understood not simply, but as contrasted with 80 1, 70 | yet the perfect must exist simply before ~the imperfect. Augustine, 81 1, 74 | because by the firmament is simply understood the cloudy region 82 1, 75 | things have no matter are simply beings at once." [*The ~ 83 1, 76 | not make a thing to be "simply," but to be "such," as heat 84 1, 76 | not ~make a thing to be simply, but only to be hot. Therefore 85 1, 76 | to be made or generated simply, ~but to be made such, or 86 1, 76 | said to be ~corrupted, not simply, but relatively. Now the 87 1, 76 | substantial form gives ~being simply; therefore by its coming 88 1, 76 | is said to be generated ~simply; and by its removal to be 89 1, 76 | removal to be corrupted simply. For this reason, the ~old 90 1, 76 | that nothing is generated simply, or corrupted simply; and 91 1, 76 | generated simply, or corrupted simply; and stated that ~"every 92 1, 76 | soul does not give being simply; ~and consequently that 93 1, 37 | respect of each procession simply. For as when a thing is ~ 94 1, 39 | that it is better to say simply that the affirmative ~proposition 95 1, 40 | origin, in the passive sense, simply ~precedes the personal properties 96 1, 43 | itself, it would not be simply said that the Holy Ghost ~ 97 1, 46 | imperfect: thus generation is simply nobler and ~more excellent 98 1, 46 | the term "wherefrom" is simply not-being.~Aquin.: SMT FP 99 1, 46 | form. But generation taken simply, or relatively, whereby ~ 100 1, 46 | because no creature has simply an infinite power, any more 101 1, 46 | asserted that they pre-exist "simply." ~Others, however, said 102 1, 47 | Aristotle's reasons (Phys. viii) simply, but relatively, ~demonstrative - 103 1, 47 | text 120) ~does not prove simply that incorruptible things 104 1, 49 | are said to be genera not simply, but in ~regard to contraries; 105 1, 50 | in the greater number is simply false. For things ~which 106 1, 51 | material. Therefore he is not simply ~incorporeal."~Aquin.: SMT 107 1, 51 | OBJ 4: Every creature is simply finite, inasmuch as its 108 1, 52 | effectively is a perfection simply speaking; ~hence it belongs 109 1, 54 | 3: Further, movement is simply because of want. But the 110 1, 55 | species; God's being alone is ~simply infinite, comprehending 111 1, 56 | essence, which is infinite, simply and perfectly to ~comprise 112 1, 56 | lower manner, and less simply. Consequently it is necessary 113 1, 58 | pre-exist in the angels more ~simply and less materially even 114 1, 59 | affirmed of angels and demons simply by way ~of similitude, forasmuch 115 1, 59 | syllogisms: for he ~understands simply, such things as are composite, 116 1, 59 | dividing, but by knowing simply the nature of ~a thing.~ 117 1, 59 | their ~opinions of things simply according to the natural 118 1, 66 | harmful to themselves seems simply ~evil. For they do not reflect 119 1, 67 | supervening form ~would not simply make an actual being, but ' 120 1, 70 | is to be ~understood not simply, but as contrasted with 121 1, 71 | yet the perfect must exist simply before ~the imperfect. Augustine, 122 1, 73 | because by the firmament is simply understood the cloudy region 123 1, 74 | things have no matter are simply beings at once." [*The ~ 124 1, 75 | not make a thing to be "simply," but to be "such," as heat 125 1, 75 | not ~make a thing to be simply, but only to be hot. Therefore 126 1, 75 | to be made or generated simply, ~but to be made such, or 127 1, 75 | said to be ~corrupted, not simply, but relatively. Now the 128 1, 75 | substantial form gives ~being simply; therefore by its coming 129 1, 75 | is said to be generated ~simply; and by its removal to be 130 1, 75 | removal to be corrupted simply. For this reason, the ~old 131 1, 75 | that nothing is generated simply, or corrupted simply; and 132 1, 75 | generated simply, or corrupted simply; and stated that ~"every 133 1, 75 | soul does not give being simply; ~and consequently that 134 1, 78 | actions. ~For to understand is simply to apprehend intelligible 135 1, 78 | but apprehend the truth simply and ~without mental discussion, 136 1, 78 | advances from certain things ~simply understood - namely, the 137 1, 79 | or sound for hearing; but simply as suitable to ~the animal.~ 138 1, 80 | through which the soul is simply inclined to seek ~what is 139 1, 80 | Reply OBJ 3: Hatred belongs simply to the concupiscible appetite: 140 1, 81 | as reason does: but it simply apprehends some one thing. ~ 141 1, 81 | A[3]), the intellect is simply higher and nobler than the 142 1, 86 | pure and perfect act, is ~simply and perfectly in itself 143 1, 87 | Hence it must ~be said simply that God is not the first 144 1, 88 | understand intelligible things simply, without turning ~to the 145 1, 88 | understanding, by turning to ~simply intelligible objects, as 146 1, 88 | understand by turning to simply intelligible objects than 147 1, 88 | phantasms, but by turning to simply intelligible objects; hence 148 1, 90 | Dt. ~32:4). He Himself is simply perfect by the fact that " 149 1, 107 | which is not found in fire ~simply, but exists with a certain 150 1, 107 | There are others who ~simply execute what is to be done; 151 1, 112 | Divine justice. Therefore simply speaking, nothing occurs ~ 152 1, 112 | iii, 1) that is called simply voluntary, which a man wills 153 1, 117 | would ~not result something simply one. But the intellectual 154 1, 117 | animal is not generation ~simply, because the subject thereof 155 1, 117 | are unreasonable, ~we must simply confess that souls were 156 2, 1 | as the last end of man, simply as ~man, is to the whole 157 2, 2 | Reply OBJ 2: Being taken simply, as including all perfection 158 2, 3 | said to reach that cause simply, although it may ~be able 159 2, 3 | intellect does not yet reach simply the First Cause, but there 160 2, 4 | our estimate of things not simply according to the ~order 161 2, 5 | happy in ~this life, not simply, but "as men," whose nature 162 2, 5 | For if we understand it simply of all that man desires 163 2, 6 | a genus, ~but not first simply: thus in the genus of things 164 2, 6 | is not the first mover simply, but is moved locally by 165 2, 6 | alteration ~and generation of simply bodies would be unnatural 166 2, 6 | subject, there is not violence simply: for ~although the patient 167 2, 6 | Accordingly this is violent, not simply ~but in a certain respect. 168 2, 6 | particular limb; but not simply, i.e. as to the man himself.~ 169 2, 6 | fear causes involuntariness simply?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[6] A[6] 170 2, 6 | fear causes involuntariness simply. For just ~as violence regards 171 2, 6 | causes involuntariness simply. Therefore fear too causes 172 2, 6 | causes involuntariness ~simply.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[6] A[6] 173 2, 6 | any condition, is such ~simply: thus what is necessary, 174 2, 6 | absolutely, is necessary simply. But ~that which is done 175 2, 6 | through fear, is involuntary ~simply.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[6] A[6] 176 2, 6 | for they are voluntary simply, but involuntary ~in a certain 177 2, 6 | For a thing is said to be simply, according as it ~is in 178 2, 6 | apprehension, it is not simply, ~but in a certain respect. 179 2, 6 | clear that it is voluntary ~simply. And hence it is that what 180 2, 6 | cannot cause involuntariness simply. ~Nevertheless it causes 181 2, 6 | ignorance causes involuntariness simply.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[6] A[8] 182 2, 9 | hinders that which is better simply and in itself, ~from being 183 2, 9 | Accordingly the will is ~simply more excellent than the 184 2, 10 | But it is not ~impossible simply. Consequently it does not 185 2, 11 | need not be of the last end simply; but of that ~which each 186 2, 11 | a thing is last either ~simply or relatively; simply, if 187 2, 11 | either ~simply or relatively; simply, if it be referred to nothing 188 2, 11 | Therefore that ~which is last simply, and in which one delights 189 2, 14 | taken for ~certain, not simply, indeed, but for the time 190 2, 16 | taken in two ~ways: first, simply; secondly, in respect of 191 2, 16 | it); it is ~evident that, simply speaking, the last end is 192 2, 16 | might have it. ~Therefore, simply and properly speaking, a 193 2, 17 | observed in this, that some are simply many, and one in a particular ~ 194 2, 17 | And substance is being simply, whereas accident ~or being " 195 2, 17 | one in substance are one simply, though many in a ~certain 196 2, 17 | essential parts, is one simply: because the whole is being ~ 197 2, 17 | is being ~and substance simply, and the parts are being 198 2, 17 | an accident, are distinct simply, and one in a certain ~respect: 199 2, 17 | genus or species are many simply, and one in ~a certain respect: 200 2, 17 | their acts are diverse simply. But when one power is the 201 2, 18 | it is not said to be good simply, but in a certain respect, 202 2, 18 | it can be called a being simply, and a non-being ~in a certain 203 2, 18 | in a certain respect, but simply evil.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[18] 204 2, 18 | an ~action is not good simply, unless it is good in all 205 2, 19 | but not of a good that is simply suitable to be desired. 206 2, 20 | whereas, for it to be ~good simply, it is not enough for it 207 2, 20 | the external action, is simply involuntary. Now just as 208 2, 22 | excellent, we have generation simply, and ~corruption in a particular 209 2, 23 | is sensible good or evil, simply apprehended as such, ~which 210 2, 25 | to anger; than to strive simply to ~obtain some good. Again, 211 2, 25 | they complete the others simply, ~but because they complete 212 2, 25 | are not the last ~passions simply, yet they are the last of 213 2, 26 | soul. Therefore love is not simply in the concupiscible ~power.~ 214 2, 26 | love of friendship is loved simply and ~for itself; whereas 215 2, 26 | concupiscence, ~is loved, not simply and for itself, but for 216 2, 26 | has existence, is a being simply, while that which exists 217 2, 26 | itself has goodness, is good simply; but that which is ~another' 218 2, 26 | have some good, is love simply; while the ~love, with which 219 2, 27 | considered as ~being good simply. And thus a certain love 220 2, 27 | tends ~to that which is not simply a true good. It is in this 221 2, 27 | good" ~means that which simply pleases the appetite; while 222 2, 28 | by love of ~friendship, simply; by love of concupiscence 223 2, 28 | love of concupiscence not simply but in a ~restricted sense. 224 2, 28 | not go out from himself simply, and this movement ~remains 225 2, 28 | affection goes out from itself simply; because he wishes and does ~ 226 2, 28 | does not cause ecstasy simply.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[28] A[ 227 2, 29 | particular ~respect, is simply evil; and in this way, a 228 2, 29 | this particular color, but ~simply because it is color. Accordingly 229 2, 30 | concupiscence does; but simply movement towards the thing 230 2, 30 | certain limit, but to be simply as rich as possible.~Aquin.: 231 2, 32 | increase it, it is pleasurable simply; for instance one man in ~ 232 2, 34 | between that which is good simply, and that which is ~good 233 2, 34 | individual. That which is good simply, is ~good in itself. Now 234 2, 34 | which are not suitable simply to ~the human temperament. 235 2, 34 | reposes in that which is good simply, the ~pleasure will be pleasure 236 2, 34 | pleasure will be pleasure simply, and good simply. But if 237 2, 34 | pleasure simply, and good simply. But if a man's ~appetite 238 2, 34 | that which is good, not simply, but in respect of that ~ 239 2, 34 | pleasure will not be pleasure simply, but a ~pleasure to him; 240 2, 34 | neither will it be good simply, but in a certain ~respect, 241 2, 34 | which is the ~supreme good simply, i.e. the good as existing 242 2, 34 | Who is ~the Supreme Good simply; or the enjoyment of God, 243 2, 34 | true of the greatest good simply, by ~participation of which 244 2, 35 | true accidentally but not simply. And this is ~clear from 245 2, 35 | Consequently inward pain is, simply and of itself, more keen 246 2, 36 | hinders a power which is not simply greater, from ~being greater 247 2, 37 | species; wherefore they are ~simply harmful: such are fear and 248 2, 39 | ways: first considered ~simply and in itself; and thus 249 2, 40 | said to wait for it, but ~simply to hope for it. But, properly 250 2, 44 | make us afraid, are not simply evil, but have a certain ~ 251 2, 45 | The object of love is good simply, wherefore if it be ~increased, 252 2, 45 | increased, love is increased simply. But the object of daring 253 2, 46 | object, when the appetite simply follows and adheres to ~ 254 2, 46 | is a lesser evil, ~than simply to seek evil to someone. 255 2, 47 | to us, for we hate a man simply because we think him ~such."~ 256 2, 50 | Bodily dispositions are not simply difficult to change on ~ 257 2, 50 | qualities of the soul are simply difficult to change, on 258 2, 50 | difficult to change is a habit simply: but that it is "as ~a habit," 259 2, 50 | the soul are called habits simply.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[50] A[ 260 2, 52 | animal is not said to be simply ~healthy or beautiful, unless 261 2, 56 | being, is said of a thing simply, ~in respect, not of what 262 2, 56 | latter sort, man is said simply to do ~good, and to be good; 263 2, 56 | habits are called virtuous simply: because they make the work 264 2, 56 | good, and the subject good simply. But the first kind of ~ 265 2, 56 | habits are not called virtues simply: because they do not make 266 2, 56 | make their ~possessor good simply. For through being gifted 267 2, 56 | is said to be good, not simply, but relatively; for instance, 268 2, 56 | which ~is called a virtue simply, can only be the will, or 269 2, 56 | be understood of virtue ~simply so called: not that every 270 2, 56 | that every virtue is love simply: but that it ~depends in 271 2, 56 | objection considers virtue simply so called.~Aquin.: SMT FS 272 2, 57 | work, are called ~sciences simply, and not arts. Nor, if the 273 2, 57 | officers or pilots, but not simply ~prudent: only those are 274 2, 57 | prudent: only those are simply prudent who give good counsel 275 2, 57 | deed, he does not do well simply; and yet this is required ~ 276 2, 61 | When we speak of virtue simply, we are understood to ~speak 277 2, 61 | principal of all the virtues simply. The ~others are principal, 278 2, 64 | right has to be ~established simply and absolutely, as stated 279 2, 64 | and on the other we have simply "non-being"; yet if we refer 280 2, 65 | deserve to be called virtues simply: since they ~direct man 281 2, 65 | restricted sense, but not ~simply: for they direct man well 282 2, 65 | respect of the last end simply. ~Hence a gloss of Augustine [* 283 2, 66 | less in two ways: ~first, simply; secondly, relatively. For 284 2, 66 | something from ~being better simply, e.g. "learning than riches," 285 2, 66 | Now ~to consider a thing simply is to consider it in its 286 2, 66 | A[1]). Hence, speaking simply, that ~virtue is more excellent, 287 2, 66 | Consequently, speaking simply, the intellectual ~virtues, 288 2, 66 | are more excellent habits, simply speaking.~Aquin.: SMT FS 289 2, 66 | are more ~excellent, not simply, but relatively. Indeed, 290 2, 66 | why man is said to be good simply, in respect of ~moral virtue, 291 2, 66 | greater or ~less, either simply or relatively. A virtue 292 2, 66 | virtue is said to be greater simply, ~whereby a greater rational 293 2, 66 | substance is more excellent simply ~than accident: and yet 294 2, 66 | liberality. Hence justice is simply greater than liberality, 295 2, 66 | than all the other virtues simply. ~Because fortitude not 296 2, 66 | all the others, but not simply.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[66] A[ 297 2, 68 | that the virtues are ~given simply that we may do good works, 298 2, 68 | measured in two ways: ~first, simply, viz. by comparison to their 299 2, 68 | excellence of the gifts simply, they follow ~the same rule 300 2, 68 | excellence is considered ~simply, while, so far, as counsel 301 2, 69 | the heavenly kingdom than simply to have it: ~since we have 302 2, 69 | to have one's fill than simply to be comforted, ~because 303 2, 70 | is ultimate and perfect simply: ~hence it nowise differs 304 2, 70 | the present life are not simply ultimate and perfect; wherefore ~ 305 2, 71 | iii, 13): "Every vice, ~simply because it is a vice, is 306 2, 71 | standing above another ~simply, and below it in some respect. 307 2, 71 | is deemed above another ~simply if it surpasses it in a 308 2, 71 | movement. Consequently act simply excels in goodness and ~ 309 2, 71 | habit is several acts, not simply, but in a certain ~respect, 310 2, 71 | that habit ~precedes act simply, both in goodness and in 311 2, 73 | wherefore ~considering simply that no privation admits 312 2, 73 | which he would not wish simply. ~Sometimes, however, the 313 2, 76 | understood as referring to ~simply affected ignorance; or they 314 2, 78 | spiritual evil, which is evil simply, whereby he ~is deprived 315 2, 78 | Wherefore it is an evil, not simply, but in ~a relative sense: 316 2, 79 | that which is a thing simply, viz. substance; for in 317 2, 87 | Consequently it is voluntary simply, but involuntary in a certain ~ 318 2, 87 | not indeed ~of punishment simply, but of satisfactory punishment.~ 319 2, 87 | does not deserve punishment simply, but he ~may deserve it 320 2, 87 | considered in ~two ways - simply, and as being satisfactory. 321 2, 87 | we speak of punishment simply, in respect of its being ~ 322 2, 87 | penal, and yet ~is not so simply. Because punishment is a 323 2, 87 | is an evil to ~man, not simply but relatively; wherefore 324 2, 87 | the name ~of punishment simply, but of medicinal punishment, 325 2, 91 | fomes," in other animals has simply the nature of a law (yet 326 2, 92 | it is given, good, either simply or in ~some particular respect. 327 2, 92 | law is to make men good ~simply. If, however, the intention 328 2, 92 | fixed on that which ~is not simply good, but useful or pleasurable 329 2, 92 | law does not make men good simply, ~but in respect to that 330 2, 92 | is to make them good, not simply, but with ~respect to that 331 2, 94 | falls under the apprehension simply, so "good" is ~the first 332 2, 95 | ways. It may be ~necessary simply, because it cannot be otherwise: 333 2, 96 | some things are laid down simply in a ~general way: and these 334 2, 96 | In this way, ~one who is simply subject to a law, may not 335 2, 96 | does not ~interpret the law simply; but in a case in which 336 2, 98 | thing being not perfect simply, and yet ~perfect in respect 337 2, 98 | said to be perfect, not simply, ~but with regard to the 338 2, 98 | although they are not perfect simply. Hence the ~Apostle says ( 339 2, 103 | is said to be "for ever" simply and absolutely, ~as regards 340 2, 105 | citizen in two ways: first, simply; secondly, in a restricted 341 2, 105 | sense. ~A man is a citizen simply if he has all the rights 342 2, 107 | his will does not shrink simply ~from sin, as does the will 343 2, 108 | individual; but those which are simply and absolutely the greater 344 2, 109 | God is the ~First Mover, simply, it is by His motion that 345 2, 110 | He is said to love anyone simply, since it is by ~this love 346 2, 110 | is by ~this love that God simply wishes the eternal good, 347 2, 111 | grace ought to be called simply operating.~Aquin.: SMT FS 348 2, 113 | Divine power; and they are simply wondrous, since their ~cause 349 2, 114 | 3), and hence justice is simply between those that ~are 350 2, 114 | between those that ~are simply equal; but where there is 351 2, 114 | hence where there is justice simply, ~there is the character 352 2, 114 | character of merit and reward simply. But where there is no ~ 353 2, 114 | is no character of merit simply, ~but only relatively, in 354 2, 114 | God is ~made our debtor simply, but His own, inasmuch as 355 2, 114 | good is twofold: the first, simply; the second, ~relatively. 356 2, 114 | relatively. Now man's good simply is his last end (according 357 2, 114 | this end; and these fall simply under ~merit. But the relative, 358 2, 114 | does not fall ~under merit simply, but relatively.~Aquin.: 359 2, 114 | they fall ~directly and simply under merit, even as increase 360 2, 114 | these temporal goods ~are simply good. Hence it is written ( 361 2, 114 | they are not ~man's good simply, but relatively, and thus 362 2, 114 | do not fall under merit ~simply, but relatively, inasmuch 363 2, 114 | as ~life everlasting is simply the reward of the works 364 2, 1 | things which ~are of faith simply. Consequently faith and 365 2, 1 | because they are believed simply by all, ~but because they 366 2, 1 | opinion ~about the same object simply, for the reason that science 367 2, 1 | to omit the 'in,' and say simply, "the holy Catholic ~Church," 368 2, 4 | since together they form one simply. Now faith is in the ~intellect, 369 2, 4 | however, a thing is judged simply with regard to its cause, 370 2, 4 | that faith is more certain simply, while the others are more ~ 371 2, 5 | does, ~namely by adhering simply to the Divine Truth, because 372 2, 6 | faith, though it is not simply perfect with the ~perfection 373 2, 8 | is to know the truth, not simply (which is a sign of ~understanding), 374 2, 8 | Reply OBJ 3: "Will" denotes simply a movement of the appetite 375 2, 12 | and consequently, apostasy simply and absolutely is that ~ 376 2, 12 | In this way apostasy, simply so called, pertains to unbelief.~ 377 2, 18 | servile fear would be evil simply, even as adultery is ~evil 378 2, 18 | even as adultery is ~evil simply, because that which makes 379 2, 22 | follows that charity is simply one virtue, and not divided 380 2, 22 | Accordingly it is evident that simply true ~virtue is that which 381 2, 22 | virtues, which make man good simply, as stated above (FS, Q[ 382 2, 23 | the way is not perfection simply, ~wherefore it can always 383 2, 24 | Yet charity is not love simply, but has the nature of friendship, 384 2, 25 | Hence, ~out of charity, man simply loves God more than himself.~ 385 2, 25 | loves his father less, not simply ~relatively, i.e. as regards 386 2, 25 | For this will be realized ~simply when man shall enjoy God 387 2, 25 | our neighbors, a man will simply ~love those who are better, 388 2, 26 | though ~it is not a cause simply but relatively. According 389 2, 28 | may tend to what is good simply, or to what is good apparently, ~ 390 2, 29 | answer that, Beneficence simply means doing good to someone. 391 2, 29 | matter in which, ~speaking simply, he is most closely connected 392 2, 30 | these almsdeeds. First, ~simply; and in this respect, spiritual 393 2, 30 | although the latter is better simply.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[32] A[ 394 2, 31 | he is not ~his superior simply.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[33] A[ 395 2, 31 | To presume oneself to be simply better than one's prelate, ~ 396 2, 32 | brother, if we consider it simply, is ~always sinful.~Aquin.: 397 2, 43 | understood in two ways, either simply or in some particular genus. ~ 398 2, 43 | knows the cause that is ~simply the highest, which is God, 399 2, 43 | God, is said to be wise simply, because he ~is able to 400 2, 43 | that it is truly good and simply perfect, secondly, by a 401 2, 44 | result of a ~man's being simply stupid about everything, 402 2, 44 | and this belongs to folly ~simply.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[46] A[ 403 2, 44 | although he does not desire sin simply, ~for he would wish to enjoy 404 2, 45 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Simply to move belongs to the will: 405 2, 45 | legal justice, as prudence simply so called to moral virtue.~ 406 2, 45 | which belongs to prudence simply so called, is subordinate 407 2, 45 | so that one is "prudence" simply so called, which is directed 408 2, 45 | and this alone is prudence simply so-called, and cannot be 409 2, 46 | and "political prudence," simply so called, in the subjects.~ 410 2, 47 | by those things that are simply and necessarily true, but 411 2, 50 | research of doubt, for ~they simply turn to God; and this is 412 2, 51 | sin be called general, not simply but in some ~particular 413 2, 53 | although prudence is taken simply in a good sense, yet, if ~ 414 2, 53 | prudent in two ways. First, simply, i.e. in relation to the 415 2, 54 | 1: Although prudence is simply foremost among all the moral ~ 416 2, 55 | But a thing is not just, simply because it proceeds from 417 2, 55 | something that is other simply, as that which is altogether 418 2, 55 | 6) there is the "just" simply. Secondly a ~thing is said 419 2, 55 | from something else, not simply, but as ~belonging in some 420 2, 55 | to his son as to another ~simply, and so between them there 421 2, 55 | them there is not the just simply, but a kind of ~just, called " 422 2, 55 | neither is there the just simply, ~between master and servant, 423 2, 55 | rights fell short of the ~simply right, as when we speak 424 2, 56 | persons ~there is not justice simply, but a species of justice, 425 2, 56 | in things that are good simply, there is neither excess ~ 426 2, 56 | about ~things that are good simply, as stated in Ethic. v. 427 2, 56 | speak of a thing being good simply in two ways. ~First a thing 428 2, 56 | in things that are good simply in this ~sense. Secondly 429 2, 56 | thing is said to be good simply through being good ~absolutely 430 2, 56 | about things that are good ~simply.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[58] A[ 431 2, 58 | ought not to judge, but simply believe, since ~they are 432 2, 59 | And if he ~transfer it simply so that the recipient incurs 433 2, 59 | ways. First when one man simply transfers his ~thing to 434 2, 59 | things that bear fruit; and simply "borrowing" on "loan" in ~ 435 2, 61 | renders him worthy of it, but ~simply because he is this person. 436 2, 61 | considered in two ways. First, ~simply and absolutely: and in this 437 2, 61 | dispensation of ~spiritualities the simply less good are sometimes 438 2, 64 | which belongs to one person simply, ~from belonging to another 439 2, 64 | thus a deposit belongs simply ~to the depositor, but with 440 2, 64 | stolen is the thief's, not simply, but as regards its ~custody.~ 441 2, 72 | another, though it be good simply, and yet has a semblance 442 2, 72 | neighbor things that are evil simply, for such things lead to 443 2, 74 | way "maledicere" signifies simply to tell ~someone of another' 444 2, 74 | whereby one wishes him good simply, in fact ~rather is it in 445 2, 76 | The Douay version has simply 'lend.' The objection lays ~ 446 2, 76 | usury from any man is evil simply, because we ought to treat 447 2, 76 | not give it voluntarily simply, but ~under a certain necessity, 448 2, 77 | Hence it is evident that, simply and absolutely speaking, 449 2, 81 | wherefore He does not say simply 'He will give it,' but ' 450 2, 81 | helped by God, or we may simply indicate a fact, as in Jn. 451 2, 86 | particular ~case this is simply evil, or useless, or a hindrance 452 2, 87 | way He reveals the truth simply, either by inward inspiration, 453 2, 93 | are not one thing, but are simply several things. Whereas 454 2, 94 | employing ~natural things simply for the purpose of causing 455 2, 101 | in some ~respect and not simply.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[103] A[ 456 2, 101 | species of dulia, one ~being simply dulia, the other hyperdulia.~ 457 2, 102 | 2: Man is subject to God simply as regards all things, both ~ 458 2, 105 | to the benefactor, either simply, or in some case of necessity.~ 459 2, 106 | fear is not involuntary ~simply, but has an admixture of 460 2, 116 | that covetousness is not ~simply the most grievous of sins.~ 461 2, 121 | taken in two ways. First, as simply denoting a certain ~firmness 462 2, 121 | man is not reckoned brave simply through bearing any kind 463 2, 123 | done through ~fear are not simply voluntary, but a mixture 464 2, 127 | use of it: but an act is simply and absolutely great ~when 465 2, 127 | these honor is the greatest simply, both because it is the 466 2, 127 | are great absolutely and simply, just as a man is said to 467 2, 127 | things that are difficult simply. It follows ~therefore that 468 2, 127 | magnanimity. For though good is simply ~of more import than evil, 469 2, 128 | very truth something great, simply as in the ~case of Peter, 470 2, 128 | is something great, not simply, but only in ~the opinion 471 2, 130 | however, that which is clear simply can be seen ~by many, and 472 2, 130 | loses the eternal reward simply through ~vainglory, and 473 2, 132 | in things that are great simply. Perhaps, ~however, he may 474 2, 132 | to the difficulty, ~not simply, as magnanimity does, but 475 2, 134 | that it is more perfect simply.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[136] A[ 476 2, 134 | distant ~from us, is not simply distant from things in nature, 477 2, 139 | Hence fortitude is greater simply, although in some respects ~ 478 2, 140 | agent, so that they are not ~simply voluntary but mixed, as 479 2, 140 | the sake of pleasure are simply voluntary. The second reason 480 2, 140 | the act takes place, is simply more ~voluntary. Wherefore 481 2, 140 | Wherefore intemperance, being simply more voluntary than ~cowardice, 482 2, 140 | have the ~voluntary not simply but in a restricted sense.~ 483 2, 143 | incompatible ~with honesty can be simply and truly useful, since 484 2, 147 | Apostle does not declare simply that it is good to ~abstain 485 2, 150 | thing may be most excellent simply, and in this way virginity ~ 486 2, 150 | Therefore ~virginity is not simply the greatest of virtues.~ 487 2, 150 | follow that virginity is simply the greatest of virtues, 488 2, 153 | anger, relatively ~but not simply.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[155] A[ 489 2, 153 | continent or incontinent, not simply, but relatively, by adding ~ 490 2, 154 | considered properly and simply: and thus ~incontinence 491 2, 154 | straying from reason - but not simply; for instance when a man 492 2, 154 | there is ~incontinence, not simply but relatively, even as 493 2, 155 | being greatest, not ~indeed simply, nor in every respect, but 494 2, 155 | which direct one to good ~simply, are absolutely greater 495 2, 157 | severe man is not said to be simply savage, because this ~implies 496 2, 159 | namely that not merely one simply assert one's ~failing, but 497 2, 160 | a sin. Secondly, it may simply denominate "super-abundance"; ~ 498 2, 160 | denotes ~aversion from God simply through being unwilling 499 2, 161 | grievous relatively but not ~simply.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[163] A[ 500 2, 163 | able to lead a good life simply because there ~was none


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